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New York Times, Tuesday, March 29, 1994

Author:
Mark Danna
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Mark Danna

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 76, Blocks: 38 Missing: none – this is a pangram. This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Danna. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1994, The New York TimesNo. 0329 ( 16,212 )
Across
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Actress Winger : DEBRA
6
Park, in Monopoly : PLACE
11
"Honest" fellow : ABE
14
Where Gauguin visited van Gogh : ARLES
15
Funnyman O'Brien : CONAN
16
Bloodshot : RED
17
"Cheers!" in Cherbourg? : FRENCHTOAST
19
Chang's Siamese twin : ENG
20
Brand of lemon-flavored drink : NESTEA
21
Daydream : STARGAZE
23
Koch and Wynn : EDS
24
Pampering, for short : TLC
26
It's heard in a herd : BAA
27
Garibaldi in Genoa? : ITALIANHERO
33
Pickle : JAM
36
Subject for a supermarket tab : CELEB
37
Avaricious one : TAKER
38
October gem : OPAL
40
Beam fastener : RIVET
42
1963 Oscar winner : NEAL
43
Arose : GOTUP
45
Danger : PERIL
47
Hang in the breeze : DRY
48
Madrid's equivalent of a Texas university : SPANISHRICE
50
Performance : ACT
51
Had lunch : ATE
52
Montana and Moon, in brief : QBS
55
Gladstone rival : DISRAELI
60
Real : ACTUAL
62
"Poppycock!" : ROT
63
Pre-photo pronouncement in Geneva? : SWISSCHEESE
65
Some : ANY
66
Skirmish : SETTO
67
"Dallas" Miss : ELLIE
68
Simonize : WAX
69
Classic theater name : ODEON
70
4-Down, again : RELET
Down
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Peri opera : DAFNE
2
Made a boner : ERRED
3
Post-sneeze word : BLESS
4
Take money for a spare room : RENT
5
Loner : ASCETIC
6
Agt.'s share : PCT
7
Creator of Lorelei Lee : LOOS
8
Med. subj. : ANAT
9
Winter melon : CASABA
10
Competitor : ENTRANT
11
Vicinity : AREA
12
Early German carmaker : BENZ
13
Barely beat, with "out" : EDGE
18
Woman's top : HALTER
22
Cartoonist Wilson : GAHAN
25
Islamic leader : CALIPH
28
Crowbar : LEVER
29
Portugal and its neighbor : IBERIA
30
Barely managed, with "out" : EKED
31
Raise : REAR
32
Alternative to Charles de Gaulle : ORLY
33
Clinton's runs : JOGS
34
Each : APOP
35
First name in spying : MATA
39
Moon-based : LUNAR
41
Alternative to Certs : TICTAC
44
"Desmoiselles d'Avignon" artist : PICASSO
46
Bloodletting practitioner : LEECHER
49
Potted : STEWED
52
Put down : QUELL
53
Count in music : BASIE
54
Winter weather : SLEET
55
Extract : DRAW
56
New Rochelle college : IONA
57
Charon's domain : STYX
58
Kind of beer : LITE
59
Relationship words : ISTO
61
Prefix with play or scope : TELE
64
Favorite relative in politics? : SON

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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