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New York Times, Thursday, September 1, 1994

Author:
Manny Nosowsky
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Manny Nosowsky

This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 78, Blocks: 38 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 29 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite
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© 1994, The New York TimesNo. 0901 ( 16,368 )

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Across
1
Bombay V.I.P. : RAJAH
6
Hacienda part : SALA
10
Money grp. : PAC
13
With 16-Across, financially O.K. : ABOVE
14
By its very nature : IPSOFACTO
16
See 13-Across : WATER
17
Lab containers : TESTTUBES
18
Hemmed : SEWED
20
James Murray work: Abbr. : OED
21
Air hero : ACE
24
Pro _____ : TEM
25
Kind of violet : AFRICAN
29
Hawaiian verandas : LANAIS
31
Cousin of a mlle. : SRTA
32
Inseparable : ONE
33
Lake _____ (Mississippi's source) : ITASCA
34
German "I" : ICH
35
Musical ending : CODA
36
Composer with a clavier : BACH
37
Mississippi waterway : YAZOO
39
Gland finale? : ULAR
40
Der _____ (Adenauer) : ALTE
41
Coll. srs. exam : GRE
42
Sophisticated : URBANE
44
Scare word : BOO
45
Jungle squeezers : BOAS
46
California team : GIANTS
47
Approve : AGREEON
49
The nth degree? : PHD
50
Festival time : TET
51
Postal abbr. : RFD
52
Soviet workers' cooperative : ARTEL
54
Robin's transport : BATMOBILE
58
See 63-Across : SIEGE
62
Cost containment measure : SALARYCAP
63
With 58-Across, blockaded : UNDER
64
Firecracker's path : ARC
65
Fun-house cries : EEKS
66
Pretender : POSER
Down
1
Green : RAW
2
"The _____ Daba Honeymoon" : ABA
3
Write a bit : JOT
4
Former ova : AVES
5
Abelard, e.g. : HERETIC
6
Rushed : SPED
7
Balaam's beast : ASS
8
See 9-Down : LOTOFTHOUGHT
9
With 8-Down, a reply's start : AFTERA
10
Banned chemical compound : PCB
11
Had a little lamb : ATE
12
Lettuce variety : COS
14
Agenda listing : ITEM
15
German import : AUDI
19
See 45-Down : WESAYGOODBYE
21
Legendary Arabian hero : ALIBABA
22
Make a list : CATALOG
23
Doer : ENACTOR
25
With a bow, musically : ARCO
26
Radiator fluid : COOLANT
27
Faster than adagio : ANDANTE
28
Least remote : NEAREST
30
Late apartheid opponent : ASHE
31
Appraises, with "up" : SIZES
35
Sierra Maestra country : CUBA
38
Flaherty's "Man of _____" : ARAN
43
Takes the elevator, perhaps : RIDESUP
45
With 19-Down, predeparture words : BEFORE
48
Author Bombeck : ERMA
49
Make ready, informally : PREP
52
"Poor pitiful me!" : ALAS
53
Prefix with type : LINO
54
Merit badge grp. : BSA
55
Swiss river : AAR
56
Hosp. attention : TLC
57
Word of disgust : ICK
59
Both Begleys : EDS
60
"Huh!" : GEE
61
Sin : ERR

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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