New York Times, Friday, October 30, 1992

Author: Stanley B. Whitten
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { B J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 266 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
Stanley B. Whitten has 9 pre-Shortz puzzles and 9 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1992, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Linguini, e.g. : PASTA
6. Latvian seaport : RIGA
10. Man Friday: Abbr. : ASST
14. Separate : APART
15. Controversial apple treatment : ALAR
16. Newspaper section, for short : ROTO
17. Comedienne from Detroit : LILYTOMLIN
19. Baby carriage, in Soho : PRAM
20. Indifferent : STOIC
21. Cave man's era : STONEAGE
23. U.S.C. rival : UCLA
25. Volcanic scoria : SLAG
26. Fur : PELT
29. Be indebted to : OWE
31. Two-masted Dutch fishing vessel : DOGGER
35. From ___ Z (completely) : ATO
36. Staff : CANE
38. Home of the Dolphins : MIAMI
39. Self-effacing person : SHRINKINGVIOLET
43. Medicinal plant : SENNA
44. Wear down : TIRE
45. ___ Riisna, a producer of TV's "20/20" : ENE
46. Chooses : ELECTS
48. Indian unit of weight : SER
49. Swabs : WADS
50. Sound : HALE
52. Turner of rock : TINA
54. Yuletide activity : CAROLING
58. Brook and Sunnybrook : FARMS
61. Song for Mimi : ARIA
62. Stock-manipulation device : DAISYCHAIN
65. Examine closely : SIFT
66. Borough near Pittsburgh : ETNA
67. Waken : ROUSE
68. Swiss Abstractionist : KLEE
69. Understand : READ
70. Ewing matriarch on "Dallas" : ELLIE
1. Buddy : PAL
2. Sacred bull in Egypt : APIS
3. Costain's "Below the ___" : SALT
4. Audition : TRYOUT
5. Elegant, incisive and witty : ATTIC
6. Thrust : RAM
7. Troubles : ILLS
8. Trot, canter and gallop : GAITS
9. Roseanne or Tom : ARNOLD
10. Musical chord : ARPEGGIO
11. Carolina rail : SORA
12. For men only : STAG
13. Volume : TOME
18. "A ten ___ scholar" : OCLOCK
22. One of the Judds : NAOMI
24. Look for : AWAIT
26. Out of fashion : PASSE
27. A Kennedy : ETHEL
28. Greene of "Bonanza" : LORNE
30. Seat of County Clare : ENNIS
32. Corolla part : GALEA
33. Correct : EMEND
34. Ceremonies : RITES
37. White-plumed heron : EGRET
40. Amorphous : INCHOATE
41. Of one's birth : NATAL
42. Confirm : VERIFY
47. Baseball pitch : SLIDER
49. Andy of art : WARHOL
51. Brother of mother, e.g. : ENATE
53. Conchiolin : NACRE
54. Barrellike container : CASK
55. Integument : ARIL
56. Widespread : RIFE
57. Signoret film : GINA
59. Batter : MAUL
60. Approval in Ávila : SISI
63. Morose : SAD
64. Originally known as : NEE

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