New York Times, Friday, January 29, 1993

Author:Bryant White
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { J K Q Z }, Scrabble score: 263 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0
Bryant White has 11 pre-Shortz puzzles and 28 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. A friend of Athos : ARAMIS
7. Sealing-wax ingredient : LAC
10. British field marshal: W.W. II : GORT
14. ___ morocco (leather) : LEVANT
15. Actress Kaminska : IDA
16. Mars: Comb. form : AREO
17. Complete failure : FIASCO
18. Spoil : MAR
19. Actress Foch : NINA
20. GOSILVERTS? : SILVERINGOTS
23. Pygmalion's ivory statue : GALATEA
26. Type of slipper : BALLET
27. Character in Meyerbeer's "Robert the Devil" : ALICE
28. Dawson of N.F.L. fame : LEN
31. Court hearings : OYERS
32. Metz evening : SOIR
33. Hot, violent Arabian wind : SIMOOM
35. THE GI? : PIECESOFEIGHT
40. Devonshire city : EXETER
41. Author O'Flaherty : LIAM
43. Donee's opposite : GIVER
47. Thalassic locale : SEA
48. Main artery : AORTA
49. Loci for gladiatorial combats : ARENAE
51. Hay-fever cause : RAGWEED
53. "ISLAND"? : LOSTTREASURE
56. One opposed : ANTI
57. Laceration : RIP
58. Shipworm : TEREDO
62. Low is one : GEAR
63. Cinnabar, e.g. : ORE
64. Lurched : REELED
65. Escutcheon's inner border : ORLE
66. Mardi Gras V.I.P. : REX
67. Whirled about : EDDIED
1. TV alien : ALF
2. Legal defendants : REI
3. Astaire's daughter : AVA
4. Boston event: March 5, 1770 : MASSACRE
5. Goad : INCITE
6. Decorative scarf : STOLE
7. Whitewash : LIME
8. Shebat's successor : ADAR
9. West Indian native : CARIB
10. Tall and awkward : GANGLY
11. A troupial : ORIOLE
12. Lessee : RENTER
13. Skoal, etc. : TOASTS
21. Small suitcases : VALISES
22. A Judd : NAOMI
23. Argon, e.g. : GAS
24. Sagging : ALOP
25. CLIX trisected : LIII
29. Ham it up : EMOTE
30. "I have ___ for the future . . . ": Hoover : NOFEARS
33. Madonna book : SEX
34. Poetic contraction : OER
36. Horn: Comb. form : CERAT
37. Stared angrily : GLOWERED
38. Employ : HIRE
39. Jodie Foster's "Little Man ___" : TATE
42. Alfred E. Neuman's magazine : MAD
43. Nocturnal African primate : GALAGO
44. Mangle user : IRONER
45. Chaste : VESTAL
46. All : ENTIRE
48. Mutually determined : AGREED
50. Result of fallibility : ERROR
52. Other, in Orly : AUTRE
54. Hibernia : EIRE
55. Summit : APEX
59. Whitney of gin fame : ELI
60. Poor grade : DEE
61. ___ Fellow : ODD

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