Nancy Nicholson Joline
Nancy Nicholson Joline 

New York Times, Thursday, January 31, 1991

Author:Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 4.82, Missing: { J K Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 279 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
Nancy Nicholson Joline has 61 pre-Shortz puzzles and 48 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Arab's robe : ABA
4. Maple genus : ACER
8. Boat of the Far East : SAMPAN
14. Gibbon : LAR
15. Actor O'Shea : MILO
16. Interstice : AREOLE
17. What convalescents need : TLC
18. Game fish : BASS
19. Kindle : IGNITE
20. Ike and Tina Turner hit : OOHPOOPAHDOO
23. Kind of dome : ONION
24. Prior, in poesy : ERE
25. Vestige : TRACE
29. Granular snow : NEVE
30. Fusses : STIRS
32. Egyptian deity : AMON
33. Affirmative : AYE
34. Words from a hit of The Five Stairsteps : OOHOOHCHILD
36. Oahu drink : AVA
37. Greek island : IOS
38. Dizzy Gillespie number : OOPBOPSHBAM
44. Supreme Being : GOD
47. Large land mass : ASIA
48. Litigators : SUERS
49. Where to find Machu Picchu : PERU
50. Young horses : FOALS
52. ___-Magnon : CRO
53. Restorative : TONIC
54. Lloyd Price pop hit : OOOHOOOHOOOH
57. Without a key : ATONAL
60. Eric of "Monty Python" : IDLE
61. Yalie : ELI
62. Containing no meat or milk, in Judaism : PAREVE
63. Beatty and Rorem : NEDS
64. Bishopric : SEE
65. Expunges : ERASES
66. Gaelic : ERSE
67. Double curve : ESS
1. City 90 miles E of Pittsburgh : ALTOONA
2. Bunk! : BALONEY
3. Extensive collection of data : ARCHIVE
4. Island in the Moluccas : AMBON
5. So long, in Siena : CIAO
6. Huxley who wrote about Africa : ELSPETH
7. Argentine port : ROSARIO
8. Uttered : SAID
9. Jargon : ARGOT
10. Hanukkah candelabra : MENORAHS
11. Hawaiian taro dish : POI
12. Old, in Oldenburg : ALT
13. Born : NEE
21. "Lenore" poet : POE
22. Hoagie, e.g. : HERO
26. French friend : AMI
27. Mountain pass : COL
28. Conclude : END
30. Daytime TV fare : SOAPS
31. Members of a branch of Islam : SHIAS
34. Ab ___ (from the start) : OVO
35. Naval off. : COM
36. Sea mollusks : ABALONES
38. Dolt : OAF
39. Barcelona bear : OSO
40. Actress Zadora : PIA
41. Similar : SUCH
42. Juliet or Viola : HEROINE
43. Chicken-farm structure : BROODER
44. Columbus, e.g. : GENOESE
45. Firebirds : ORIOLES
46. Dukes' domains : DUCHIES
49. Nanki-___ ("Mikado" role) : POO
51. Dry white wine : SOAVE
53. "___ Foolish Things . . . " : THESE
55. Corrida sounds : OLES
56. Auto pioneer : OLDS
57. Rue Morgue murderer : APE
58. Seaman : TAR
59. "___ pro nobis" : ORA

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