New York Times, Saturday, October 24, 1992

Author: Jack Jumonville
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 286 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
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1. Palindromic exercise : PULLUP
7. Set of kettledrums : TIMPANI
14. Emulates Rip : SLEEPSLIKEALOG
16. Of a study of animal and human behavior : SOCIOBIOLOGICAL
17. An anagram for rose : ORES
18. Of yore : OLDEN
19. Trademark : LOGO
20. Calpurnia's watchman? : LAR
21. Flag-raising site, for short : IWO
22. Bible ed. : RSV
24. Speedwagon initials : REO
25. Puku's cousin : ELAND
27. Like Marvell's mistress : COY
29. Arbor lead-in : ANN
31. Swift and brillliant : METEORIC
33. L-P connection : MNO
34. Compass readings : NNES
35. What solons do : ENACT
37. Doxies : ISMS
41. Digital-watch acronym : LED
43. Art of calculating : LOGISTIC
45. Bottom line : NET
46. Half a dance : CAN
47. Left-hand page : VERSO
48. "Winterset" hero : MIO
50. Bodkin : AWL
52. Porky's place : STY
54. East, in Essen : OST
55. Burden of proof : ONUS
57. Thurber's forte : HUMOR
59. Flutter : FLIT
60. Adverb re a John Napier invention : LOGARITHMICALLY
63. Type of data processor : ANALOGCOMPUTER
64. Lustful : RUTTISH
65. Sniggler's milieu : EELERY
1. Substance used in treating acne : PSORALEN
2. Cause a corrupting influence : ULCERATE
3. Neck wreaths : LEIS
4. Fifth sign : LEO
5. Stroke on a violin : UPBOW
6. A hallucination : PSILOCIN
7. Type of kiln : TILERY
8. Scared images : IKONS
9. Golfer Mallon : MEG
10. Fetching vessel? : PAIL
11. ___ State U, in Miss. : ALCORN
12. "He is of ___ . . . ": Coleridge on Shakespeare : NOAGE
13. Ice castle? : IGLOO
15. Israeli city : LOD
16. Saturnine : SOLEMN
21. Marriage starter : IDO
23. Rock's ___ Halen : VAN
26. Town in France : NESLE
28. Fla. city : OCALA
30. Ran-tan : NOISE
32. Incarnadine : RED
33. Sess. : MTG
36. Broth : CONSOMME
38. Itinerant actor : STROLLER
39. A weaponry science : MISSILRY
40. Fala was one : SCOTTY
42. J.F.K. initials : ETA
44. A certain clinger : IVY
45. Sweet thing? : NOUGAT
46. Handbag; purse : CLUTCH
48. Back biter : MOLAR
49. Atatürk's first prime minister : INONU
51. Harrison and Taylor, e.g. : WHIGS
53. Potboiler's product : TRIPE
56. Pungency : SALT
58. Electrical unit : MHO
59. The inevitable : FATE
61. Reine's mate : ROI
62. ___-de-sac : CUL

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