New York Times, Friday, October 13, 1989

Author:Albert J. Klaus
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 44, Avg Word Len: 4.89, Missing: { J Q V X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 244 (avg 1.35)
Open Squares: 65, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 6, XRef: 2
Albert J. Klaus has 115 pre-Shortz puzzles and 4 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1989, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Airplane-wing part : FLAP
5. Saint Exupéry's Toulouse-___ line : DAKAR
10. Guillaumet's flight chart : MAP
13. Mineral deposit : LODE
14. Select group : ELITE
15. Transaction : SALE
16. Paradise : EDEN
17. Composed of squares : PANED
18. Assistant : AIDE
19. Start of book title by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry : WINDSAND
21. Hewn building stone : ASHLAR
23. Always, in poesy : EER
24. Applaud : CLAP
25. Noblemen : MAGNATES
30. Old Italian coin : TARI
31. State, in Paris : ETAT
32. Cy Young's missiles : BASEBALLS
36. Building extension : ELL
37. Teems : ABOUNDS
39. Alley ___ of comics : OOP
40. Opposition to A.C. flow : REACTANCE
42. Greek portico : STOA
43. Inert gas : NEON
44. Conceited people : EGOTISTS
47. Gasoline container : TANK
48. Illuminated, as Saint-Exupéry's instrument lamps : LIT
49. German ruler: 1871-1918 : KAISER
51. Ending for 19 Across : ANDSTARS
56. Opposed to aweather : ALEE
57. Free from fetters : UNTIE
59. Verve : ELAN
60. Master : LORD
61. Skins : PEELS
62. Singer Coolidge : RITA
63. Wide shoe size : EEE
64. Doctrine : TENET
65. Ooze : SEEP
1. Traveled like Saint-Exupéry : FLEW
2. Site of a Napoleonic victory : LODI
3. Arabian gulf : ADEN
4. Suspended : PENDENT
5. Leave : DEPART
6. Middle name of the 21st U.S. President : ALAN
7. Sort : KIND
8. Mischievous Olympian : ATE
9. Edited : REDACTED
10. Saint-Exupéry's pioneer friends : MAILPILOTS
11. TV's Hawkeye : ALDA
12. Equal : PEER
15. Saint-Exupéry's mysterious desert : SAHARA
20. Red or Dead : SEA
22. Thick slices : SLABS
25. Van der ___, Dutch painter : MEER
26. Tamarisk : ATLE
27. French-to-English translator of 19 and 51 Across : GALANTIERE
28. Black, to Byron : EBON
29. Gravy : SAUCE
33. Cut, in Glasgow : SNEG
34. Booty : LOOT
35. Health resorts : SPAS
37. Expiate : ATONE
38. Destitute : BANKRUPT
41. Discontinued : CEASED
42. They mind the baby : SITTERS
45. Most aged : OLDEST
46. "___ almost fairy time": Shak. : TIS
49. Hardy cabbage : KALE
50. Lotion ingredient : ALOE
51. Solar disc : ATEN
52. African river on Saint-Exupéry's journey : NILE
53. "It's a Sin to Tell ___" : ALIE
54. Deserve : RATE
55. Break : SNAP
58. Jacqueline Onassis, ___ Bouvier : NEE

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