New York Times, Monday, January 23, 1989

Author: Fred Toole
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 262 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
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© 1989, The New York Times
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1. Bus.-office copy : STAT
5. Rip : TEAR
9. ___ fide (in good faith) : BONA
13. Domesticated : TAME
14. Church recesses : APSES
16. "East of ___": Steinbeck : EDEN
17. Woodwind : OBOE
18. Not a soul : NOONE
19. Kind of gun or squad : RIOT
20. Memorable spouses of stage fame : LUNTANDFONTANNE
23. N.Y. canal : ERIE
24. Partner of dah : DIT
25. Netherlands guilder : FLORIN
28. Site of Saxon defeat: 1066 : HASTINGS
33. Aural appendage : EAR
34. Violent fevers : AGUES
36. Flavorful, pungent bulb : ONION
37. Construction piece : TBAR
39. Money substitute : SCRIP
41. Type of disco dancer : GOGO
42. French movie houses : CINES
44. Fruit of forgetfulness, in literature : LOTUS
46. Square hairdo : BOB
47. Large cask : HOGSHEAD
49. Barkers' harangues : SPIELS
51. Piece of iron from a blast furnace : PIG
52. "A ___ Able" : ASIN
53. Legendary friends : DAMONANDPYTHIAS
61. The Bard's river : AVON
62. Greek column style : DORIC
63. "A Death in the Family" author : AGEE
64. Firewood measure : CORD
65. Tuscan city : SIENA
66. Body of knowledge : LORE
67. Some flock members : EWES
68. Inf. unit : REGT
69. Greek god of love : EROS
1. Quick up-and-down aircraft : STOL
2. Forbidden : TABU
3. Egyptian deity : AMON
4. Balance precariously : TEETER
5. Spankings : TANNINGS
6. Type of lyric poem : EPODE
7. ___ now (to date) : ASOF
8. "Biggest Little City in the World" : RENO
9. Scold's activity : BERATING
10. Norse god : ODIN
11. Advertising sign : NEON
12. Poker payment : ANTE
15. Transmits : SENDS
21. Operatic air : ARIA
22. Josip Broz : TITO
25. Command to Fido : FETCH
26. The lips: Comb. form : LABIO
27. Borneo beast, for short : ORANG
28. __ Antipas, ruler of Galilee: 4 B.C.-A.D. 39 : HEROD
29. ___ were (so to speak) : ASIT
30. Turned to stone by Zeus, she wept : NIOBE
31. Russian author of "Dead Souls" : GOGOL
32. Condescending ones : SNOBS
35. U.S.C. rival : UCLA
38. Answers : RESPONDS
40. Harmless one; pushover : PUSSYCAT
43. Front part of the leg : SHIN
45. Barbecue adjunct : SPIT
48. Mild oaths : EGADS
50. Gym teacher's order : INHALE
52. Little's forte : APING
53. Freshwater fish : DACE
54. Swear to : AVOW
55. Opposite of less : MORE
56. Black, in Bordeaux : NOIR
57. Tedious, in Scotland : DREE
58. Composer Stravinsky : IGOR
59. Kind of dynamics : AERO
60. Perceives : SEES

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