New York Times, Tuesday, January 30, 1990

Author:Albert J. Klaus
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { B J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 8, XRef: 0
Albert J. Klaus has 115 pre-Shortz puzzles and 4 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1990, The New York Times
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1. Circle parts : ARCS
5. Sweet red wine : PORT
9. "Now we ___ be long!": Maugham : SHANT
14. Humble : MEEK
15. Buckeye State : OHIO
16. One with a long sentence : LIFER
17. Blair ___ of "L.A. Law" : UNDERWOOD
19. Concur : AGREE
20. Fretted : STEWED
21. Poe and Christie, e.g. : AUTHORS
23. Jewish ascetic of yore : ESSENE
24. Fine silk : SYCEE
25. Actress Bo : DEREK
27. Out-and-out : ARRANT
31. Emulate Mopsy : HOP
34. Weird : EERIE
36. "Brown ___," Jagger hit : SUGAR
37. Of grandparents : AVAL
39. Bell sounds : DINGS
41. "___ Kelly's Blues," Cahn-Heindorf song : PETE
42. A king of Judea : HEROD
44. Fasteners : SNAPS
46. Female rabbit : DOE
47. Reply : ANSWER
49. Avon family : EDENS
51. Celtic priesthood member : DRUID
53. Roman official : CONSUL
57. Natives of Apia : SAMOANS
60. Continuously blow on a flute : TOOTLE
61. Felix Adler, e.g. : CLOWN
62. Charge too much for : OVERPRICE
65. " . . . and fell ___ thieves . . . ": Luke 10:30 : AMONG
66. Shade of green : NILE
67. Eternally : EVER
68. Parsonage : MANSE
69. Morays : EELS
70. Sun. talks : SERS
1. Entertain : AMUSE
2. Leases : RENTS
3. Surrenders : CEDES
4. Slanted : SKEWED
5. Like most perukes : POWDERED
6. Exclamation of surprise : OHO
7. A Brazilian coffee : RIO
8. TV morning show : TODAY
9. Some roofers or critics : SLATERS
10. Bigwig : HIGHERUP
11. Kind of hairdo : AFRO
12. ___-do-well : NEER
13. Very, in Versailles : TRES
18. Actress Taylor : RENEE
22. Fiddler-crab genus : UCA
24. Peeled : SKINNED
26. Greek goddess of discord : ERIS
28. Matured : AGED
29. Western alliance : NATO
30. Kind of sparrow or swallow : TREE
31. Sunken fence : HAHA
32. Baking chamber : OVEN
33. Golf scores : PARS
35. Mild oath : EGAD
38. Inside items of information : LOWDOWNS
40. Aylesbury apparitions : SPECTRES
43. Upset; madden : DERANGE
45. Search intrusively : SNOOP
48. Operate : RUN
50. Nocturnal noises : SNORES
52. "The Lord our God ___ Lord": Deut. 6:4 : ISONE
54. Chaucerian stew : STIVE
55. Workaholic's comeuppance : ULCER
56. Looks askance : LEERS
57. Confidence game : SCAM
58. ___ mater : ALMA
59. Mullins of comics : MOON
63. Compete : VIE
64. Building wing : ELL

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