Martin Ashwood-Smith
Martin Ashwood-Smith 

New York Times, Wednesday, October 16, 1991

Author: Martin Ashwood-Smith
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { G X }, Scrabble score: 282 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 7, XRef: 0
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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Colleen : LASS
5. Jackdaw : CROW
9. Doha is its capital : QATAR
14. Certain pile of chips : ANTE
15. Muslim pilgrim : HAJI
16. Amalgamate : UNITE
17. Parade spoiler : RAIN
18. Organic compound : ENOL
19. Test one's metal : ASSAY
20. Start of a quotation : VIRTUEISLIKE
23. Wealth and charisma : ASSETS
24. Some Stradivaris : CELLOS
28. Thurso refusals : NAES
30. Agitation : FERMENT
31. Quotation: Part II : ARICH
34. Saint-Saëns's birthplace : PARIS
36. Aragon aunt : TIA
37. Used a tandem : RODE
38. Author of the quotation : BACON
39. Commuter plane : STOL
40. Lament : RUE
41. Eucharist plate : PATEN
42. Quotation: Part III : STONE
43. Dry ___ (very arid) : ASABONE
45. Updike's "The Same ___" : DOOR
47. Opening word : SESAME
48. Forty-niners' concerns : CLAIMS
52. End of quotation : BESTPLAINSET
56. " . . . fasten him as ___ . . . ": Isa. 22:23 : ANAIL
59. Former Versailles residents : ROIS
60. Abby preceder : DEAR
61. Lover : ROMEO
62. Squdge : OOZE
63. Mahler's "Das Lied von der ___" : ERDE
64. Soviet suds : KVASS
65. Strong, low cart : DRAY
66. Abstruse : DEEP
1. Insect stage : LARVA
2. Diarist Nin : ANAIS
3. Swizzles : STIRS
4. Life is one : SENTENCE
5. Pizza topping : CHEESE
6. New Delhi princess : RANI
7. Eyes, to Cervantes : OJOS
8. Jolly Rogers? : WILL
9. Broadbrims : QUAKERS
10. Philosopher-saint: 11th century : ANSELM
11. "___ the season . . . " : TIS
12. One-time link : ATA
13. Reina's mate : REY
21. Its motto is "Industry" : UTAH
22. "Seek roses in December, ___ June": Byron : ICEIN
25. Bed, in Bologna : LETTO
26. Gibson garnish : ONION
27. Past its prime : STALE
29. Flood : SPATE
30. Fern leaf : FROND
31. Tapestry town : ARRAS
32. Excite : ROUSE
33. Patent bases : IDEAS
35. Card expert? : ACE
38. Poisons : BANES
39. Like Crusoe : STRANDED
41. Large citrus fruits : POMELOS
42. Alone: Comb. form : SOLI
44. Kingsley's "The Water ___" : BABIES
46. "The Plough and the Stars" playwright : OCASEY
49. Grenoble's river : ISERE
50. Union general : MEADE
51. Type of throat : STREP
53. Put one's foot down : TROD
54. Like a churchmouse? : POOR
55. Singer Minnelli : LIZA
56. Early animal shelter? : ARK
57. Penultimate mo. : NOV
58. Doctors' org. : AMA

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