New York Times, Wednesday, October 27, 1993

Author:Barry L. Cohen
Editor:Mel Taub
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.40, Missing: { F J Q W }, Scrabble score: 278 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 78, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 4, XRef: 1
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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Kin to an upright : SPINET
7. Syrian V.I.P. and family : ASSADS
13. Voiced a Yuletide spirit : CAROLED
15. Robert L. Scott's metaphor for God : COPILOT
16. Painkiller : ANODYNE
17. Former : ONETIME
18. Rhetorical sword bester : PEN
19. Followed S.C. in 1860 : SECEDED
21. "Bei __ Bist Du Schoen," 1937 song : MIR
22. A scion of 29 Down : ELAH
24. Judd Hirsch TV vehicle : TAXI
25. France's Coty : RENE
26. Smooth transition : SEGUE
28. Man of Fortune : LUCE
30. Slaughter who killed baseballs : ENOS
31. Raison ___ : DETRE
33. Halves : BISECTS
35. Have a mutual connection : CORRELATE
37. Erudite person : SCHOLAR
39. Fixed quantities : UNITS
42. Crucifer-family member : COLE
43. Novelist Hunter : EVAN
45. First word of "The Waste Land" : APRIL
47. MacGraw and Baba : ALIS
48. Chemical suffixes : INES
50. Emulate Clyde Beatty : TAME
51. First of a familiar trio : TOM
52. Of a major philosopher : KANTIAN
55. III x CLXVIII : DIV
56. Arise : EMANATE
58. Wee ball : GLOBULE
60. Takes turns : ROTATES
61. Spiral : HELICAL
62. Blessing prompter : SNEEZE
63. Puts levity aside : SOBERS
1. Leafless stalks : SCAPES
2. Formed a jury : PANELED
3. When a tool became the rule : IRONAGE
4. Be inattentive : NOD
5. Culbertson et al. : ELYS
6. Belief : TENET
7. Tops : AONE
8. Kept up with Mercury : SPED
9. Watch the baby : SIT
10. Nourishment : ALIMENT
11. Pieces in a chain reaction : DOMINOS
12. Cordwood measures : STERES
14. Transferable image : DECAL
15. Will postscript : CODICIL
20. Full of life; plentiful : EXUBERANT
23. Open-shelved cabinets : HUTCHES
25. Proof of purchase : RECEIPT
27. Suffix with sock or smack : EROO
29. Biblical loser in a deal : ESAU
32. A contemporary of Dashiell : ERLE
34. Sicilian rumbler : ETNA
36. Gulches : RAVINES
37. Wise man : SOLOMON
38. Prevailing attitude : CLIMATE
40. Slander : TRADUCE
41. Comparable : SIMILAR
42. Provides food : CATERS
44. Dobbin's negative? : NEIGH
46. Carpenters' tools : LEVELS
49. Soupy, the pie thrower : SALES
52. A Nobelist in Medicine: 1970 : KATZ
53. Fit to ___ : ATEE
54. ___ contendere : NOLO
57. Ayr negative : NAE
59. Chest protector : BIB

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