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  • Title: New York Times, Thursday, June 23, 1994
  • Author: Trip Payne
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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  • Title: WHO LET THE ANIMALS IN?
  • Author: By Kyle Gray / Timothy Parker
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A1. Wrought-up ~ MANIC
A1. Tropical food staple ~ TARO
A6. City near Phoenix ~ MESA
A5. Little star? ~ CELEB
A10. Melodramatic cry ~ ALAS
A10. Nuclear energy source ~ ATOM
A14. Cottonwood, in Spanish ~ ALAMO
A14. Spicy stew ~ OLIO
A15. Burns one up ~ IRES
A15. You can get steamed here ~ SAUNA
A16. Perambulate ~ ROVE
A16. Excellent review ~ RAVE
A17. One past his prime ~ NOSPRINGCHICKEN
A17. Old-timer, perhaps ~ NOSPRINGCHICKEN
A20. On the other hand ~ YET
A20. Where you can get down ~ GEESE
A21. Essentials ~ ABCS
A21. Spiritedness ~ ELAN
A22. Summer top ~ TSHIRT
A22. It's sometimes bitter ~ END
A23. Skedaddle ~ FLEE
A23. Hinny's kin ~ ASS
A24. Wish ~ PRAY
A24. Subsidy, e.g. ~ AID
A25. Least significant ~ MEREST
A27. "This ___ good as it gets!" ~ ISAS
A28. Bluesman Robert ~ CRAY
A29. First among siblings ~ ELDEST
A29. Coffee-break brake ~ JOB
A32. Strike while the iron ___ ~ ISHOT
A32. Independently ~ ALONE
A35. Paradise lost ~ EDEN
A33. "You there!" ~ AHOY
A38. Take a shine to ~ LIKE
A34. Relief pitcher's feat ~ SAVE
A39. Type of oarlock ~ THOLE
A35. Hot time ~ DOGDAYSOFSUMMER
A40. They typically occur July through August ~ DOGDAYSOFSUMMER
A38. Makes like ~ APES
A43. Black beef cattle ~ ANGUS
A39. Man with a lift ~ OTIS
A44. This could become late if mixed up ~ TALE
A40. Echecs piece ~ REINE
A45. Geological time ~ AEON
A41. N.Y.C. cultural site ~ MET
A46. Distributes (with "out") ~ METES
A42. Litigant ~ SUER
A47. Promotional phrase ~ SLOGAN
A43. Most fit ~ ABLEST
A49. Goddess of fertility ~ ISIS
A44. Sir overseas ~ HERR
A51. Persona-grata link ~ NON
A45. Biter ~ GNAT
A52. Meteorological phenomenon ~ LOW
A46. Plays the zither ~ STRUMS
A55. Skeptic or cynic follower ~ ISM
A49. Picked up on ~ SEEN
A57. "Major Barbara" author ~ SHAW
A50. _____ Vicente, Brazil ~ SAO
A60. It's fit for a queen ~ TIARA
A53. It won Hepburn an Oscar ~ THELIONINWINTER
A62. 1968 Hepburn film ~ THELIONINWINTER
A56. One of the O'Neills ~ OONA
A66. Apple section ~ CORE
A57. Iditarod terminus ~ NOME
A67. Sit through again, as a film ~ RESEE
A58. World's largest cobalt exporter ~ ZAIRE
A68. When doubled, it means quickly ~ CHOP
A59. Attributes ~ PUTS
A69. It may go to blazes ~ HOSE
A60. Gumption ~ GRIT
A70. Sound from the birdcage ~ TWEET
A61. Register ~ ENROL
A71. Amoco rival ~ HESS
D1. Lots ~ MANY
D1. South Pacific nation ~ TONGA
D2. Tissue addition ~ ALOE
D2. Therapeutic plants ~ ALOES
D3. Santa drawer ~ NAST
D3. What the sun does every day ~ RISES
D4. Dennis the Menace, e.g. ~ IMP
D4. Sound before the crash of dishes, perhaps ~ OOPS
D5. Site of a May 1942 battle ~ CORALSEA
D5. CBS forensic drama ~ CSI
D6. Chop finely ~ MINCE
D6. Caesar following ~ EAN
D7. Work units ~ ERGS
D7. Winter Olympics event ~ LUGE
D8. Dry ~ SEC
D8. Abbr. on a business letter, perhaps ~ ENCL
D9. Camels' destinations? ~ ASHTRAYS
D9. Believer in spiritual unity ~ BAHAI
D10. Marquis protagonist ~ ARCHY
D10. Joan of ___ ~ ARC
D11. Hel's father, in myth ~ LOKI
D11. Makes, as pay ~ TAKESHOME
D12. Maintain ~ AVER
D12. Pizza producer ~ OVEN
D13. Faxed ~ SENT
D13. Convalesce ~ MEND
D18. "Yeah, sure!" ~ IBET
D18. Not a figment of your imagination ~ REAL
D19. Brit's phrase ~ ISAY
D19. Not having been moved ~ INSITU
D23. Wards (off) ~ FENDS
D25. How some people chatter ~ IDLY
D24. Instructors, for short ~ PROFS
D26. Certain believers ~ DEISTS
D25. Mary Stewart's "_____, Will You Talk?" ~ MADAM
D28. Trash collector ~ ASHMAN
D26. Waive one's rites? ~ ELOPE
D29. Gives qualities or abilities to ~ ENDUES
D27. Physician-turned-wordsmith ~ ROGET
D30. Toast word ~ SKOAL
D28. The Mighty Clouds of Joy, e.g. ~ CHOIR
D31. Discovery of 1938 ~ TEFLON
D29. Farr of "M*A*S*H" ~ JAMIE
D33. Toast-topper ~ OLEO
D30. Hot spots ~ OVENS
D34. Graceful seabird ~ TERN
D31. Nice topper ~ BERET
D35. Imported cheese ~ EDAM
D33. Daisylike bloom ~ ASTER
D36. Completed ~ DONE
D34. Silvery fish ~ SMELT
D37. Kitchen gadgets ~ EGGTIMERS
D36. EIton John's first hit ~ YOURSONG
D41. Home of St. Francis ~ ASSISI
D37. Make citified ~ URBANIZE
D42. Lily of Utah ~ SEGO
D42. Penultimate round ~ SEMI
D48. "Nay!" sayer ~ ANTI
D43. From square one ~ ANEW
D50. Pint-sized ~ SHORT
D44. Great shakes? ~ HULAS
D52. Machine for shaping wood ~ LATHE
D45. "The Maids" playwright ~ GENET
D53. Popular cookies ~ OREOS
D46. Quash ~ STOP
D54. Bends out of shape ~ WARPS
D47. What you used to be ~ THOU
D55. Reason to scratch one's head? ~ ITCH
D48. Flat rate ~ RENT
D56. Skedaddle! ~ SHOO
D49. _____ Valley, Calif. ~ SIMI
D58. One way to start ~ ANEW
D50. The joint ~ STIR
D59. Healthy, wealthy partner ~ WISE
D51. Prefix with space or stat ~ AERO
D61. Move at a snail's pace ~ INCH
D52. Mr. Hershiser ~ OREL
D63. "Do the Right Thing" director ~ LEE
D54. Postal Creed word ~ NOR
D64. Maiden name intro ~ NEE
D55. Children's author Agle ~ NAN
D65. Allowing alcohol ~ WET

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