New York Times, Tuesday, October 8, 1991

Author:Stanley Glass
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 288 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0
Stanley Glass has 23 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1991, The New York Times
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1. French cleric : ABBE
5. Units of verse : FEET
9. Brazilian state : BAHIA
14. Acclaimed cereal : BRAN
15. Roguish : ARCH
16. Charged particle : ANION
17. Alternative to a rock : HARDPLACE
19. ___ Carta : MAGNA
20. Convex moldings: Sp. : OVOLOS
21. Airport abbr. : ETA
23. Sexless pronoun : THAT
24. Makes a bridge violation : RENEGES
26. Concede : ALLOW
28. ___ voce (whispered) : SOTTO
30. Walesa's nation : POLAND
33. N.B.A. whistle blowers : REFS
36. Diplomacy : TACT
38. Minuit or Stuyvesant : PETER
39. Bruin immortal : ORR
40. Hamlet's gloomy alternative : NOTTOBE
42. Middle of a Napoleonic palindrome : ERE
43. Cajun swamp : BAYOU
45. Successor to Ramses I : SETI
46. Jackdaw's cousin : CROW
47. Limitations : STINTS
49. Four: Comb. form : TETRA
51. Arboreal homes : NESTS
53. Advances : STEPSUP
57. Authenticate : SIGN
59. Chatter : YAK
61. Astolat maid : ELAINE
62. Certain rooster : CAPON
64. Alternative to Scylla : CHARYBDIS
66. Marble : AGATE
67. Telephone : CALL
68. Plunder : LOOT
69. Long-lived impressionist : MONET
70. Exclusive : ONLY
71. Danube tributary : ENNS
1. Loathe : ABHOR
2. Atlanta baseball player : BRAVE
3. Munchausen's title : BARON
4. Interminable : ENDLESS
5. Unnaturally high voice : FALSETTO
6. Period : ERA
7. Behold, to Brutus : ECCE
8. Follower of eta : THETA
9. Loud sound : BAM
10. Author France : ANATOLE
11. Alternative to hell : HIGHWATER
12. New Rochelle college : IONA
13. Med. study : ANAT
18. Cartoon possum : POGO
22. Jungfrau, e.g. : ALP
25. Sports math : STATS
27. Easy gait : LOPE
29. Septet plus one : OCTET
31. Roman tyrant : NERO
32. Attracted : DREW
33. Burglarizes : ROBS
34. Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
35. Alternative to fire : FRYINGPAN
37. Hauls : TOTES
40. Gen. McAuliffe's defiant reply : NUTS
41. With acerbity : BITTERLY
44. "Johnny ___," 1937 song : ONENOTE
46. Efficient : CAPABLE
48. Pig's pad : STY
50. Depend : RELY
52. Vanzetti's partner : SACCO
54. Lebanese port : SIDON
55. Coalition : UNION
56. Nuisances : PESTS
57. Shell game : SCAM
58. Uxoricide causer : IAGO
60. Mongol title : KHAN
63. Profit : NET
65. "___ of Me," 1931 song : ALL

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