New York Times, Monday, October 16, 1989

Author: Albert J. Klaus
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.74, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 273 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
Albert J. Klaus has 115 pre-Shortz puzzles and 4 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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1. Reverberate : ECHO
5. To the left, at sea : APORT
10. Cry of regret : ALAS
14. Literary work : BOOK
15. Staid; serious : SOBER
16. Neighbor of Java : BALI
17. Sharp weapon : BOWIEKNIFE
19. Lyric poems : ODES
20. Guided : STEERED
21. Ovid's 3601 : MMMDCI
23. Water pitcher : EWER
25. Actress Arthur : BEA
26. Frost or Field : POET
30. Kingdom : REALM
32. Occupy a throne : SIT
35. Science of light and vision : OPTICS
38. Antony's mistress : CLEO
39. Somewhat: Suffix : ISH
40. Repeating gun : WINCHESTERRIFLE
43. Former Spanish queen : ENA
44. Grocery item : OLEO
45. Formulated method : SYSTEM
46. In medias ___ : RES
47. Not hidden : OVERT
49. This, in Madrid : ESTE
50. Employ : USE
51. Trigonometric function : SINE
54. Written : PENNED
57. Lassos : LARIATS
62. Dry : ARID
63. Multibarrel weapon : GATLINGGUN
66. Path : LANE
67. Barrymore or Kennedy : ETHEL
68. Caen's river : ORNE
69. Leading actor : STAR
70. Prophets : SEERS
71. Highway : ROAD
1. Wanes : EBBS
2. Rail bird : COOT
3. Sewing-machine inventor : HOWE
4. Steinbeck character : OKIE
5. To one side : ASKEW
6. Deliberate : PONDER
7. Japanese sash : OBI
8. Gridiron V.I.P. : REF
9. Shakers : TREMBLERS
10. Large S.A. snake : ABOMA
11. Alan or Cheryl : LADD
12. Pianist Templeton : ALEC
13. Pedro's emphatic agreement : SISI
18. Before, to the Bard : ERE
22. Recollection : MEMORY
24. Clergymen : RECTORS
26. Force : POWER
27. State a view : OPINE
28. Alcohol lamps : ETNAS
29. Muscle spasm : TIC
31. Pub beverage : ALE
32. Screens : SIFTS
33. Dot on a map : ISLET
34. Literary subject : THEME
36. Prefer : CHOOSE
37. Fabric edges : SELVEDGES
41. Observe : SEE
42. Suffix with expert : ISE
48. Cultivator : TILLER
50. Below : UNDER
52. Hard as ___ (tough) : NAILS
53. Sea eagle : ERN
54. Chums : PALS
55. Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
56. One of Columbus's ships : NINA
58. Composer Stravinsky : IGOR
59. Sour, in Salerno : AGRO
60. Food fish : TUNA
61. Prune, in Ayr : SNED
64. Consumed : ATE
65. Definite article : THE

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