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New York Times, Wednesday, August 31, 1994

Author:
Christopher Hurt
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Christopher Hurt

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 72, Blocks: 39 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Hurt. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1994, The New York TimesNo. 0831 ( 16,367 )
Across
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Author Bret : HARTE
6
Oberon's imp : PUCK
10
Not vivid : PALE
14
"Goodbye, mon ami" : ADIEU
15
King Harald's capital : OSLO
16
Cameo stone : ONYX
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"_____ to Belong to You" (1939 song) : ILONG
18
McKern and Carroll : LEOS
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"Auld Lang _____" : SYNE
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Tough toy : GIJOE
21
Apollo, Aphrodite, etc. : OLYMPIANS
23
Without exception : BARNONE
25
Scrap : ORT
26
Interstate haulers : SEMIS
27
What's sweet about parting : SORROW
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Discouraging word : TSK
34
Burden : ONUS
35
"Behold!" : VOILA
36
Massachusetts vacation spot : HYANNIS
38
Brandy cocktail : STINGER
40
Loose : UNTIE
41
Bruce or Laura : DERN
42
Elephant's org. : GOP
43
Offering vistas : SCENIC
45
Long tales : EPICS
47
High note : ELA
48
Site of 36-Across and 22-Down : CAPECOD
51
Accept, after negotiation : SETTLEFOR
55
Like a mouse : TIMID
57
Kind of arch : OGEE
58
1986. #1 hit by Starship : SARA
59
"La Gioconda," e.g. : OPERA
60
Taximeter reading : FARE
61
In _____ (stuck) : ARUT
62
Alate : WINGY
63
Tennis score : ADIN
64
Seven Hills site : ROME
65
What roll calls count : NOSES
Down
1
Reagan pal Al : HAIG
2
Extemporize : ADLIB
3
Spanish wine : RIOJA
4
Domingo and others : TENORS
5
1936 Literature Nobelist : EUGENEONEILL
6
Victim of Hamlet : POLONIUS
7
Vain : USELESS
8
Become tiresome : CLOY
9
Greek universe : KOSMOS
10
Physics particle : POSITRON
11
Author Seton : ANYA
12
Actress Redgrave : LYNN
13
Alimony getters : EXES
22
_____ Players (theater group) : PROVINCETOWN
24
Atlanta sports site, with "The" : OMNI
28
Diana of "The Avengers" : RIGG
29
Ersatz butter : OLEO
30
Twist : WARP
31
So : THUS
32
Lip- _____ : SYNC
33
Model Moss : KATE
37
Sophomore's age, maybe : NINETEEN
38
Divide : SEPARATE
39
Stumble : TRIP
41
Propriety : DECORUM
44
Onetime chief of 64-Across : CAESAR
46
Opponent of Hannibal : SCIPIO
49
Foreshadowings : OMENS
50
Lament for the dead : DIRGE
51
It can hide a bed : SOFA
52
"Oh, my!" : EGAD
53
Garr of "Tootsie" : TERI
54
Casino game : FARO
56
Calendar pages : DAYS

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

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