New York Times, Tuesday, January 10, 1989

Author: Mary M. Murdoch
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.68, Missing: { J Q W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 263 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 12, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
Mary M. Murdoch has 15 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1989, The New York Times
Across Down
1. ___ de Mallorca, Spanish port : PALMA
6. Candy or sugar follower : CANE
10. Hoof sound : CLOP
14. Newcomer to the U.S.A. : ALIEN
15. Furniture style : ADAM
16. Table d'___ : HOTE
17. Mosslike herbs : STONECROPS
19. Elihu, the statesman : ROOT
20. Beach acquisition : TAN
21. ___ Porsena : LARS
22. Derby winner's garland : ROSES
23. Example, for short : DEMO
24. A brother of Ham : SHEM
26. Salt tree : ATLE
29. Salisbury Plain monument : STONEHENGE
34. Stir up : ROUST
36. River in SE Eire : NORE
37. "___ pro nobis" : ORA
38. Symbol of strength : ROCKOFGIBRALTAR
42. Alias letters : AKA
43. "___ nome," Verdi aria : CARO
44. Besmirch : TAINT
45. Light brown shades : SANDSTONES
49. "___ each life . . . " : INTO
50. Makes haste : HIES
51. Little, e.g. : APER
53. Number 3 wood : SPOON
56. Early Irish writing system : OGAM
57. Give it ___ (try) : AGO
60. Anka or Newman : PAUL
61. Former name of a Colorado River site : BOULDERDAM
64. Other : ELSE
65. Church projection : APSE
66. Artless : NAIVE
67. ___ the line (conforms) : TOES
68. Baltic native : LETT
69. Discourage : DETER
1. Historian's subject : PAST
2. Canadian prov. : ALTA
3. Celebrity : LION
4. Chess pieces : MEN
5. Anoint, old style : ANELE
6. Salad ingredient : CARROT
7. Stirs : ADOS
8. Pile : NAP
9. North Sea feeder : EMS
10. Metallic trim : CHROME
11. Writer Anita : LOOS
12. Siouan : OTOE
13. Favorites : PETS
18. Engine parts : CAMS
22. Prepare leftovers : REHEAT
23. Roll top, e.g. : DESK
24. Uppity one : SNOB
25. German term of address : HERR
26. Tapestry : ARRAS
27. ___ powder (scrammed) : TOOKA
28. Roman poet, born in Spain : LUCAN
30. Type of ring : ONION
31. "Tell it ___ Gath" : NOTIN
32. Appomattox figure : GRANT
33. Have an ___ the ground : EARTO
35. Alarm signal : TOCSIN
39. Kismet : FATE
40. French painter: 1771-1835 : GROS
41. Den : LAIR
46. Wild Asian dogs : DHOLES
47. A fledgling in an aerie : EAGLET
48. Fokker fighter in W.W. I : SPAD
52. Correct : EMEND
53. Small barracuda : SPET
54. ___ Alto : PALO
55. A river at York : OUSE
56. Evict : OUST
57. Mine entrance : ADIT
58. Donated : GAVE
59. Hebrew measure : OMER
61. French social event : BAL
62. Unclose, to the Bard : OPE
63. Norma or Charlotte : RAE

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