New York Times, Wednesday, October 18, 1989

Author: William E. Heinemann
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 4.95, Min Word Len: 4, Missing: { F J Q U X Z }, Scrabble score: 260 (avg 1.38)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0 Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry.
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1. Gambol : CAPER
6. Look over : SCAN
10. Paleozoic, etc. : ERAS
14. Soap substitute : AMOLE
15. Caution : CARE
16. Caesar's farewell : VALE
17. Hackneyed : BANAL
18. Dismounted : ALIT
19. Emulate Greeley : EDIT
20. Famous scenic valley : SHENANDOAH
22. Baltic capital : RIGA
23. Kind of case : TEST
24. Prime mover : ENGINE
26. Tell, e.g. : ARCHER
30. Yodeler's milieu : TIROL
32. Arietta : SOLO
33. Alben Barkley was one : VEEP
35. Attendant : VALET
39. Dinner tray : PLATTER
41. Umbrageous : SHADOWY
43. Perception : SENSE
44. Loafer : SHOE
46. Churchill's successor: 1955 : EDEN
47. Rhinestone : PASTE
49. Hankering : DESIRE
51. Scanty : SPARSE
54. Fad : RAGE
56. Saharan country : MALI
57. Cascade Range attraction : CRATERLAKE
63. Like ___ of bricks : ATON
64. Wad : ROLL
65. Ancient Greek colony : IONIA
66. Clique : RING
67. Icelandic epic : EDDA
68. Inscribe : ENTER
69. Duds : TOGS
70. Hardy girl : TESS
71. Staggers : REELS
1. Hacks : CABS
2. Nanking nurse : AMAH
3. Corn bread : PONE
4. Fervor : ELAN
5. Establish association : RELATE
6. Oodles : SCADS
7. Skullcap : CALOTTE
8. Diva's forte : ARIA
9. Infernal : NETHER
10. Fla. wildlife refuge : EVERGLADES
11. Spokes : RADII
12. Straighten : ALIGN
13. Bristles : SETAE
21. Audacity : NERVE
25. Science program on PBS : NOVA
26. Vipers : ASPS
27. Function : ROLE
28. Group of families : CLAN
29. Ark. spa : HOTSPRINGS
31. ___ jure : IPSO
34. Formerly, formerly : ERST
36. Napoleonic battle site : LODI
37. Pitcher : EWER
38. Newcastle's river : TYNE
40. Oolong and souchong : TEAS
42. Privet's use : HEDGE
45. Harbingers : HERALDS
48. Esoteric : SECRET
50. Stranger : EERIER
51. Chic : SMART
52. Courtyard : PATIO
53. "Take Me ___," 1959 song : ALONG
55. Rand's "___ Shrugged" : ATLAS
58. Teased : RODE
59. Isolated : LONE
60. Pay for a hand : ANTE
61. Baltic Sea port : KIEL
62. Corn units : EARS

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