New York Times, Saturday, January 16, 1993

Author: Jesse Roarke
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { J K Q X }, Scrabble score: 298 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 8, XRef: 0
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1. Repel; manage : FEND
5. Cry of a flushed snipe : SCAPE
10. Soprano Lucrezia ___ : BORI
14. Painter Grabar : IGOR
15. French composer of 49 operas : AUBER
16. ___ Bator, Mongolia : ULAN
17. A Pharaoh : SETI
18. Act of citification : URBANIZING
20. Fla. food fish : CREVALLE
22. Allotrope of oxygen : OZONE
23. She wrote "Delta Wedding" : WELTY
24. Victor at Brandywine: 1777 : HOWE
26. Singer-TV host : SHORE
28. Witty comeback : REPARTEE
32. High, craggy hill : TOR
33. Phantasmal image : EIDOLON
36. Fordham mascot : RAM
37. Grasshopper's critic : ANT
38. Carpenter's fastening pin : DOWEL
39. Of yore : AGO
40. Japanese classical drama : NOH
41. Expander of a Harvard library? : WIDENER
43. Examine : VET
44. Draper's offerings : DRYGOODS
46. Cordwood measure : STERE
48. Feast of ___ (Purim) : LOTS
49. Party gift : FAVOR
51. "Gnossiennes" composer : SATIE
54. "St. Elsewhere" site : HOSPITAL
57. Wild geranium : HERBROBERT
60. Site of U. of San Marcos : LIMA
61. Integument : ARIL
62. Dorothy Gale, to Em : NIECE
63. A compound : ENOL
64. Glum : MOPY
65. More peculiar : ODDER
66. Custer's Major ___ : RENO
1. Exchequer : FISC
2. Elbe feeder : EGER
3. Remarkable : NOTEWORTHY
4. This is suited to a tee : DRIVER
5. ___ Ste. Marie : SAULT
6. "Oklahoma!" hero : CURLY
7. Author Prévost : ABBE
8. Legume : PEA
9. Fish-eating bird : ERN
10. Bee or bell : BUZZER
11. Gallimaufry : OLIO
12. ___ of Kutch : RANN
13. Prelate or playwright : INGE
19. Hawkeye : IOWAN
21. Toward shelter, at sea : ALEE
24. Poe's "To ___" : HELEN
25. City on the Odra : OPOLE
26. Position : STAND
27. Actress Blackman : HONOR
28. Nicholas and Schoolboy : ROWES
29. Limestone from hot springs : TRAVERTINE
30. Agog : EAGER
31. Overplay : EMOTE
34. Dostoyevsky's "The ___" : IDIOT
35. Jazz drummer: 1898-1959 : DODDS
41. Suitor : WOOER
42. Letters on an invitation : RSVP
45. With fluency : GLIBLY
47. Tillie of comics : TOILER
49. Power : FORCE
50. Fall flower : ASTER
51. False : SHAM
52. Baltic island : AERO
53. Scenery changer : TRIP
54. Mark : HEED
55. Theban deity : AMON
56. "Fiesque" composer : LALO
58. Yoko : ONO
59. Offer : BID

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