New York Times, Thursday, January 28, 1993

Author:Betty Jorgensen
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Betty Jorgensen has 69 pre-Shortz puzzles and 8 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1993, The New York Times
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1. Like ___ out of Hell : ABAT
5. Egyptian goddess : ISIS
9. Put on cloud nine : ELATE
14. Be defeated : LOSE
15. Lacoste of tennis : RENE
16. Ore.'s capital : SALEM
17. Quip: Part I : MYFRIENDWITHFLU
20. Wakener : ALARM
21. "___ at Eight" : DINNER
22. Sublime; pure : SERAPHIC
24. City in N Italy : CESENA
28. Charged particle : ION
29. Sugar-cane product : RUM
30. Semi : RIG
31. Necklace part : CLASP
34. Actor Selleck : TOM
35. Physiognomy : FACE
36. Quip: Part II : SAYSHESOKBUTTHE
39. Fen footing : MIRE
40. Suit : FIT
41. Orlando attraction : EPCOT
42. Single : ONE
43. Kind of feeling or reaction : GUT
44. Remnant : END
45. U.S. psychologist-pediatrician : GESELL
47. Drumbeat sound : RATAPLAN
52. Bravery, to a Brit : VALOUR
54. " . . . ___ passion to tatters": Shak. : TEARA
55. End of the quip : MALADYLINGERSON
59. Eat away : ERODE
60. Virgil hero: Fr. : ENEE
61. British Open winner: 1964 : LEMA
62. Ebb and neap : TIDES
63. Grimms' grim one : OGRE
64. Historic periods : ERAS
1. Egyptian geishas : ALMAS
2. Actor Peter or author Kay : BOYLE
3. ___ as the eye can see : ASFAR
4. ___ firma : TERRA
5. Choler : IRE
6. "___ the Clowns": Sondheim : SENDIN
7. Of a subcontinent : INDIC
8. Stitched : SEWN
9. Regard highly : ESTEEM
10. Comedian Bert and family : LAHRS
11. A Landon : ALF
12. ___ Aviv : TEL
13. Big bird : EMU
18. Like a little devil : IMPISH
19. One in office : INCUMBENT
23. In a promising way : HOPEFULLY
25. Muse for Milton : ERATO
26. Hours of darkness in Ayr : NICHT
27. U.S. author James ___ : AGEE
29. Seoul soldier : ROK
31. "The ___ Mutiny" : CAINE
32. Citharas' cousins : LYRES
33. Peer Gynt's mother : ASE
34. Small child : TOT
35. Agcy. watching for price-fixing : FTC
36. Metropolitan menace : SMOG
37. Preside at a trial : SIT
38. Bring to the present : UPDATE
43. Forest openings : GLADES
44. Bacon bringer : EARNER
46. Duck an issue : EVADE
47. Regretful : RUING
48. Mesta of hostess fame : PERLE
49. Kind of beam : LASER
50. Redolence : AROMA
51. Pram pushers : NANAS
53. Grocery item : OLEO
55. Encountered : MET
56. Jackie's second : ARI
57. Israeli city : LOD
58. Golly! : GEE

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