Richard Silvestri
Richard Silvestri 

New York Times, Monday, October 15, 1990

Author: Richard Silvestri
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { C K Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 259 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 1, Spans: 3
Richard Silvestri has 46 pre-Shortz puzzles and 84 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1990, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Mineral springs : SPAS
5. Slow, musically : LENTO
10. Hodgepodge : HASH
14. Attic : LOFT
15. Green-card possessor : ALIEN
16. Division word : INTO
17. Jai ___ : ALAI
18. Christopher Robin's creator : MILNE
19. Tide type : NEAP
20. Oct. 15 celebrations : WORLDPOETRYDAYS
23. N.Y.C. river : EAST
24. Yours and mine : OURS
25. ___ Amboy, N.J. : PERTH
28. Two-faced god : JANUS
31. Came down : ALIT
32. Pete of folk-singing fame : SEEGER
34. Dallas inst. : SMU
37. Nemerov and Strand, e.g. : USPOETLAUREATES
40. Edgar ___ Masters : LEE
41. Devastated : RUINED
42. Notorious loch : NESS
43. Fountain orders : SODAS
44. Rose essence : ATTAR
45. Opened the throttle : SPED
47. Archipelago unit : ISLE
49. See 37 Across : WARRENANDWILBUR
56. An energy source : ATOM
57. "___ of Two Cities" : ATALE
58. Words of approximation : ORSO
59. U. of Nevada city : RENO
60. Sat for a portrait : POSED
61. Rind : PEEL
62. Paradise : EDEN
63. Tire in the trunk : SPARE
64. Whirlpool : EDDY
1. Side dish : SLAW
2. Marco, the world traveler : POLO
3. From a distance : AFAR
4. Kind of heel : STILETTO
5. End-table items : LAMPS
6. He wrote "The Waste Land" : ELIOT
7. River of two colors : NILE
8. Campsite sight : TENT
9. Unique person : ONER
10. Caste members : HINDUS
11. Close, in verse : ANEAR
12. Remains : STAYS
13. Beer ingredient : HOPS
21. Morse-code sound : DAH
22. "___ the Top" : YOURE
25. Painter Klee : PAUL
26. Otherwise : ELSE
27. Ready for picking : RIPE
28. Dungarees : JEANS
29. Fit of shivering : AGUE
30. Jerk : NERD
32. Poker variety : STUD
33. Lamb, literarily : ELIA
34. Opposite of dele : STET
35. Big butte : MESA
36. K.G.B. country : USSR
38. Become weatherworn : ERODE
39. Oryx or kudu : ANTELOPE
43. Sunday speech : SERMON
44. Baba or MacGraw : ALI
45. Glutted : SATED
46. Flat on one's belly : PRONE
47. Do-nothing : IDLER
48. Jenny Lind, for one : SWEDE
49. Article of merchandise : WARE
50. Catches forty winks : NAPS
51. On the summit of : ATOP
52. Space monogram : NASA
53. Nurtured : BRED
54. Previously owned : USED
55. ___-poly : ROLY

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