New York Times, Friday, January 19, 1990

Author:Patterson Pepple
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 272 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 62, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
Patterson Pepple has 37 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1990, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Brazilian Indians : GES
4. ___ Clark, U.S. Atty. Gen.: 1967-69 : RAMSEY
10. Betty White's role in "Golden Girls" : ROSE
14. Dos Passos trilogy : USA
15. Practical, as a gadget : USABLE
16. Place for your dough : OVEN
17. Very pale : ASWHITEASASHEET
20. Two Gentlemen's milieu : VERONA
21. Prefix with lace or lock : INTER
22. Old Testament character: Gen. 14:13 : ANER
23. Cubbyhole : RECESS
26. Choose a new club member : TAP
29. Jampan : SEDAN
31. Letters on a chasuble : IHS
32. Whimper : PULE
33. Tropical fish : TETRA
35. What Stephen King evokes : HORROR
37. Phrase from "Keep the Home Fires Burning" : ASILVERLINING
40. African antelope : IMPALA
41. Ingredients for rickeys : LIMES
42. Rip of the films : TORN
43. Lemon-meringue dessert : PIE
44. Celery unit : STALK
48. ___ Lanka : SRI
49. Optic membrane : SCLERA
52. ___ fixe (obsession) : IDEE
53. Early Mexican Indian : NAHUA
55. The Promised Land : CANAAN
57. Have jealous or covetous feelings : BEGREENWITHENVY
61. Locale : AREA
62. Dermal decoration : TATTOO
63. Corp. boss : CEO
64. Attire : GARB
65. Solar-system model : ORRERY
66. White-tailed predator : ERN
1. Tropical fruits for jellies : GUAVAS
2. Early ascetic : ESSENE
3. Was most irate : SAWRED
4. Bankrupt : RUIN
5. "Hitch your wagon to ___": Emerson : ASTAR
6. Ginnie or Sallie chaser : MAE
7. Famed suffragette's monogram : SBA
8. Dinsmore, Janis and De Wolfe : ELSIES
9. Brings forth a lamb : YEANS
10. Architect Mies van der ___ : ROHE
11. Execute a coup : OVERTURN
12. Bishop's authority : SEE
13. Tolkien creature : ENT
18. Kind of ode : HORATIAN
19. Rdwys. : STS
24. Emerald Isle, to a Gael : EIRE
25. Brown or McCarthy : CHARLIE
27. Easy as falling off ___ : ALOG
28. Part of r.p.m. : PER
30. Little Dickens heroine : NELL
32. Unsullied : PRISTINE
34. Dam syst. : TVA
35. Play by e. e. cummings : HIM
36. First numbers : ONES
37. Love, in Lugo : AMOR
38. Spaniel type : SPRINGER
39. Reclining one : LIER
40. "___ a deal!" : ITS
43. Flat; level : PLANAR
45. "Ten Cents ___," 1930 song : ADANCE
46. Person taking off : LEAVER
47. Gambler, Ohio, campus : KENYON
49. Haggard classic : SHE
50. "Were it my ___ fight . . . ": Shak. : CUETO
51. Thespian : ACTOR
54. Yemeni, e.g. : ARAB
56. Sailor's greeting : AHOY
57. Diamond base : BAG
58. Feminists' goal : ERA
59. H2O : WTR
60. Suffix with Jersey : ITE

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