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  • Title: New York Times, Monday, September 5, 1994
  • Author: Julian Ochrymowych & Amy Goldstein
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: BORN FREE
  • Author: By Alice Walker / Timothy Parker
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A1. _____ Rica ~ COSTA
A1. Barbecue offering ~ SLAW
A6. Job for Perry Mason ~ CASE
A5. Lawn game (Var.) ~ BOCCI
A10. Career summary ~ VITA
A10. Exceedingly ~ VERY
A14. Top grade ~ APLUS
A14. Caron film of '53 ~ LILI
A15. "_____ We Got Fun?" ~ AINT
A15. Big name in petroleum, once ~ AMOCO
A16. Son of Seth ~ ENOS
A16. Get an ___ effort ~ EFOR
A17. Jockey's handful ~ REINS
A17. Bone anagram ~ EBON
A18. Govt. agent ~ TMAN
A18. Site of 1988 Olympics ~ SEOUL
A19. Mounties: Abbr. ~ RCMP
A19. Rural mail delivery services, once ~ RFDS
A20. Meaningful silence ~ PREGNANTPAUSE
A20. Meaningful silence ~ PREGNANTPAUSE
A23. Prominent features of Alfred E. Neuman ~ EARS
A23. Mortarboard danglers ~ TASSELS
A24. Carnaval site ~ RIO
A24. Mollusk shell material ~ NACRE
A25. Shrimpish ~ PUNY
A27. Poker winnings ~ POT
A27. University of Maryland player ~ TERP
A28. Big Apple river ~ EAST
A29. Stumble ~ MISSTEP
A31. AAA specialty ~ TOW
A32. Antigone's sister ~ ISMENE
A32. Resort with a mineral spring ~ SPA
A35. Mongolian desert ~ GOBI
A34. Cause of yawning ~ ENNUI
A36. The Monkees' "_____ Believer" ~ IMA
A35. "___ Got You Under My Skin" ~ IVE
A37. 1987 Edward James Olmos film ~ STANDANDDELIVER
A36. Lou Diamond Phillips film of '88 ~ STANDANDDELIVER
A40. Actor Chaney ~ LON
A40. Musical "Joey" ~ PAL
A41. Miner profits? ~ ORES
A41. Some woodwinds ~ OBOES
A42. Guinea pig or groundhog ~ RODENT
A42. Light color? ~ RED
A43. Emily Dickinson's hometown ~ AMHERST
A43. Get ready to fire ~ AIM
A45. Air freshener scent ~ PINE
A44. A way to conjoin ~ WELD
A46. Nixon and Schroeder ~ PATS
A45. Make imperfect ~ MAR
A47. Black-eyed item ~ PEA
A47. Hirsute lock ~ TRESS
A48. Shows approval ~ NODS
A49. Outcasts ~ PARIAHS
A52. Film in which Hayley Mills played twins ~ THEPARENTTRAP
A53. Disney film featuring twins ~ THEPARENTTRAP
A56. Ballet leap ~ JETE
A57. Female singing voice ~ ALTO
A58. One of the Menendez brothers ~ ERIK
A59. "___ we all?" ~ ARENT
A59. Gaucho gear ~ RIATA
A60. Mythical ship of literature ~ ARGO
A60. Elliptical ~ OVAL
A61. It ultimately loses its head ~ BEER
A61. Look ~ GAZE
A62. Egyptian peninsula ~ SINAI
A62. Last word of fairy tales ~ AFTER
A63. Ballyhoo ~ TOUT
A63. Cravings ~ YENS
A64. There may be a fracture inside ~ CAST
A64. Flexible Flyer, for one ~ SLED
A65. Chinese weight units ~ TAELS
A65. Press secretary Dee Dee ~ MYERS
A66. They'll give you a bleating ~ EWES
D1. _____ diem (seize the day) ~ CARPE
D1. Got some shut-eye ~ SLEPT
D2. Puccini product ~ OPERA
D2. Sign of the zodiac ~ LIBRA
D3. More like a fox ~ SLIER
D3. Plants with healing properties ~ ALOES
D4. Filament material ~ TUNGSTEN
D4. Airplane measure ~ WINGSPAN
D5. Org. ~ ASSN
D5. Common volcanic rock ~ BASALT
D6. Tabby treat ~ CATNIP
D6. Forebodings ~ OMENS
D7. "We _____ please" ~ AIMTO
D7. Eccentric oldster ~ COOT
D8. Breeze ~ SNAP
D8. Bra size ~ CCUP
D9. Mediterranean spouter ~ ETNA
D9. "___ Leroy" (Frances E. W. Harper novel) ~ IOLA
D10. Against ~ VERSUS
D10. Vice ___ ~ VERSA
D11. Stimulus ~ INCENTIVE
D11. Able to accomplish a purpose ~ EFFECTIVE
D12. Mix of westerns ~ TOM
D12. Lightning attractor ~ ROD
D13. Venomous viper ~ ASP
D13. Jr. and sr., for two ~ YRS
D21. Debts ~ ARREARS
D21. Classic prefix ~ NEO
D22. Greek vowel ~ UPSILON
D22. To that time ~ UNTIL
D26. It's south of Saudi Arabia ~ YEMEN
D25. Wandered about ~ ROVED
D28. Sign a check ~ ENDORSE
D26. Pitcher by the sink ~ EWER
D29. Stylish, in the 60's ~ MOD
D28. Put a stop to ~ ENDED
D30. Basque, e.g. ~ IBERIAN
D29. "No ifs, ___ or buts!" ~ ANDS
D31. Hair splitter ~ PART
D30. Ambulance chaser's advice ~ SUE
D32. Mallorca, por ejemplo ~ ISLA
D32. Word with way or well ~ STAIR
D33. Lively dance ~ STOMP
D33. Leaf shapes used decoratively ~ PALMETTES
D34. Whisky-vermouth cocktail ~ MANHATTAN
D34. An organic compound ~ ENOL
D35. Mdse. ~ GDS
D36. Petty quarrel ~ SPAT
D38. Place to meet following a tennis match ~ NET
D37. Use a divining rod ~ DOWSE
D39. Pick out of a lineup ~ IDENTIFY
D38. "Honest" president ~ ABE
D44. Mertz and Merman ~ ETHELS
D39. Nettle ~ IRRITATE
D45. Looked too soon ~ PEEKED
D45. Devout insect? ~ MANTIS
D47. Cracker Jack bonus ~ PRIZE
D46. Type of studio ~ ART
D49. Speechify ~ ORATE
D48. Strapped for cash ~ SHORT
D50. Library gadget ~ DATER
D49. Type of code or colony ~ PENAL
D51. Trains, in a way ~ SPARS
D50. Hood's weapon ~ ARROW
D53. Cribbage counters ~ PEGS
D51. The ___ (Netherlands city) ~ HAGUE
D54. Asia's _____ Sea ~ ARAL
D52. An ocelot has lots ~ SPOTS
D55. Streetcar ~ TRAM
D54. Historian's concern ~ PAST
D56. "The _____ Luck Club" ~ JOY
D55. Opera highlight ~ ARIA
D57. Night before ~ EVE
D56. First Cartesian ~ RENE

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