New York Times, Saturday, October 21, 1989

Author: Unknown
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.33, Missing: { J K Q U X Y }, Scrabble score: 262 (avg 1.36)
Open Squares: 80, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 12, XRef: 0
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1. Colony divided into two states : CAROLINA
9. "What's in ___?": Juliet : ANAME
14. Lily Tomlin role in "Laugh-In" : OPERATOR
15. Address abusively : REVILE
17. Freeway figure : MOTORIST
18. Heads of Paris, Brest, etc. : MAIRES
19. Group helping D.P.'s : IRO
20. "Set me ___ upon thine heart . . . ": Song of Solomon : ASASEAL
22. Danish county : AMT
23. Reo contemporary : CORD
25. Deductible item on Apr. 15 : LOSS
26. Draft status : ONEA
27. Perfume ingredient : ESTER
29. Couple in Minn. : ENS
30. "I ___ Anyone Till You," 1938 song : HADNT
31. Take ___ at (try) : ASTAB
33. Institute : GENERATE
35. Pianist Gilels : EMIL
37. Correlatives : NORS
38. Inventor of a steel-making process : BESSEMER
42. Tuareg or Yuruk : NOMAD
45. Winged ant : ALATE
46. John ___ Neill, "Oz" illustrator : REA
48. Palatable : SAPID
50. C.S.A. soldiers : REBS
51. Builds a lawn : SODS
52. Kind of decree : NISI
53. Site for a drum : EAR
54. Lever on a steering apparatus : SHIFTER
57. Marienbad is one : SPA
58. Horse's "knee" : STIFLE
60. Locale of Bates College : LEWISTON
62. Clothes moth : TINEID
63. "Who ___ with thee?": Gen. 33:5 : ARETHOSE
64. Bevels : CANTS
65. Speedy one in a Pat Boone hit : GONZALES
1. Large, juicy pear : COMICE
2. Type of coral : APOROSA
3. Lab vessels : RETORTS
4. Kin of pieces of eight : ORO
5. "Granada" lyrist-composer: 1932 : LARA
6. Beckett's "How ___" : ITIS
7. Cash-register recording : NOSALE
8. Lied's cousin : ARTSONG
9. Raul de ___, famed architect : ARMAS
10. She wrote "Right Bank" : NEAL
11. Florentines' forefathers : AVI
12. Prospero's daughter in "The Tempest" : MIRANDA
13. Tin or lead : ELEMENT
16. Patrimony : ESTATE
21. To eat, in Bonn : ESSEN
24. Execrates : DETESTS
26. Shell occupant : OARSMAN
28. Ouida's real name : RAMEE
30. What Louisianans call poor boys : HEROS
32. Uncle ___ of the Gumps : BIM
34. ___ compos mentis : NON
36. "___ d'Yvetot," Ibert opera : LEROI
38. Least furnished : BAREST
39. Any follower of philosopher Parmenides : ELEATIC
40. Jackson's role in "Charlie's Angels" : SABRINA
41. Danger signal : REDFLAG
43. As hot as ___ : APISTOL
44. Incline : DISPOSE
47. Star: Comb. form : ASTERO
49. Actresses Keaton and Cilento : DIANES
51. Outbuildings : SHEDS
54. Placket : SLIT
55. Gershwin biographer : EWEN
56. Founder of sumptuous hotels : RITZ
59. Bog : FEN
61. Wild Asiatic sheep : SHA

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