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New York Times, Thursday, October 20, 1994

Author:
Bryant White
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Bryant White

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 74, Blocks: 36 Missing: {F} This is puzzle # 21 for Mr. White. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1994, The New York TimesNo. 1020 ( 16,417 )
Across
1
Whom Simple Simon met : PIEMAN
7
Worn out : BEAT
11
Marciano stats : KOS
14
Ancient mystic : ESSENE
15
Alternative to Charles de Gaulle : ORLY
16
A Mrs. Mickey Rooney : AVA
17
Lunch item : POTATOCHIPS
19
Pro-_____ : TEM
20
Make even : PLANE
21
Stringed grp. : ORCH
22
Ahab's father : OMRI
23
D.C. summer hrs. : EDT
24
Lith., formerly : SSR
26
Of the first category : ACLASS
28
Fishing equipment : REEL
30
Curling inning : END
32
Francophone's income : RENTE
33
Cosmetician Lauder : ESTEE
35
Like Pinocchio : WOODEN
36
Lunch item : VEGETABLESOUP
39
"As You Like It" character : JAQUES
40
Physicist Bruno : ROSSI
41
Disgruntled employee's words : IQUIT
42
Pub serving : ALE
43
Thin wood strip : LATH
47
Fertilizers : GUANOS
49
Nettle : IRK
51
Fourth letter of the Arabic alphabet : THA
52
Hairdresser's preparations : GELS
53
Pound, for one : POET
56
Cigar tips : ETTES
58
"_____ tu" (Verdi aria) : ERI
59
Lunch item : HAMSANDWICH
61
New Yorker cartoonist Chast : ROZ
62
_____ out (scrapes by) : EKES
63
Greek markets : AGORAE
64
Mariner's dir. : SSE
65
Foreign start : XENO
66
Attacks on all sides : BESETS
Down
1
Effervescent "Dr." : PEPPER
2
Tristram's beloved : ISOLDE
3
Possessions left behind : ESTATE
4
Intend : MEAN
5
Starts a pool : ANTES
6
Art movement prefix : NEO
7
Planck contemporary : BOHR
8
Red navigator : ERIC
9
Capital of Attica? : ALPHA
10
Cobb and others : TYS
11
Capital of Nepal : KATMANDU
12
Exceed, in away : OVERSTEP
13
Japanese guitar : SAMISEN
18
Ophthalmologist's study : CORNEA
22
Margarine ingredient : OLEOOIL
25
Paving stones : SETTS
27
Greek or Maltese, e.g. : CROSS
29
Author Ursula et al. : LEGUINS
31
Actress Winger : DEBRA
34
Take care of : SEETO
35
North Sea feeder : WESER
36
Southwestern cowboys : VAQUEROS
37
Make uniform : EQUALIZE
38
Light of Humbert Humbert's life : LOLITA
39
Tots of liquor : JIGGERS
44
Clothes : ATTIRE
45
Start of a Seuss title : THECAT
46
Talks (over) : HASHES
48
Nietzsche's "Thus_____ Zarathustra" : SPAKE
50
Small anchor : KEDGE
54
Presage : OMEN
55
Conoco rival : ESSO
57
Deux, dos, due etal. : TWOS
59
Do voodoo : HEX
60
Collar : NAB

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 1 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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