New York Times, Saturday, October 22, 1988

Author: Jesse Roarke
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 261 (avg 1.37)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 8, XRef: 1
Jesse Roarke has 48 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1988, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Computer circuit : NAND
5. Undomesticated : FERAL
10. Egyptian god : AMON
14. "Roast Pig" dissertator : ELIA
15. City north of Tokyo : URAWA
16. Small fishing boat : DORY
17. George ___ Carver : WASHINGTON
19. Individuals : ONES
20. Sibelius's "Valse ___" : TRISTE
21. Mesquite : ALGAROBA
23. Ygdrasil, e.g. : ASH
25. What David wielded : SLING
26. Opened, as a door : UNBOLTED
31. Furnished with a handle : ANSATE
34. A player, perhaps : PIANO
35. Horn-shaped object : CORNU
37. Patronymic prefix : MAC
38. Unaccompanied : SOLO
39. Scrap : SHRED
40. Seethe : BOIL
41. Recede : EBB
42. Malodorous : FETID
43. Steam bath : SAUNA
44. Province of E Spain : TERUEL
46. Vt.'s ___ Dam : SOMERSET
48. Legal phrase : INREM
50. Scan. land : NOR
51. Tyro : BEGINNER
54. He's most disturbing : RIOTER
59. Capital of Latvia : RIGA
60. Leafless, white plant of the U.S. : INDIANPIPE
62. Smell ___ (be suspicious) : ARAT
63. Effusions from 27 Down : TEARS
64. Related : AKIN
65. Retreats : DENS
66. Snaky curves : ESSES
67. Tilt, as a ship : LIST
1. Salamander : NEWT
2. Winglike : ALAR
3. Kind of decree : NISI
4. Partners of dits : DAHS
5. Doleful : FUNEST
6. Unit of energy : ERG
7. Pro ___ : RATA
8. Delinquent G.I.'s : AWOLS
9. "Piers Plowman" poet, possibly : LANGLAND
10. Embellishes : ADORNS
11. Unlike most sultans : MONOGAMOUS
12. Midianite prince : OREB
13. Polish river : NYSA
18. Writer Svevo : ITALO
22. Aborigine of Japan : AINU
24. "Gargoyles" author: 1922 : HECHT
26. Rattled : UPSET
27. Leto's taunter : NIOBE
28. A knitted fabric : BALBRIGGAN
29. "Sail ___ Union . . . " : ONO
30. Mother of the Nereids : DORIS
32. French historian-critic: 1828-93 : TAINE
33. Panache : ECLAT
36. Painter Odilon ___ : REDON
39. Type of gypsum : SELENITE
40. ___ sinister : BAR
42. Brake or bracken : FERN
43. Canary's relative : SERIN
45. Eastern Christians : UNIATS
47. Swamp : MORASS
49. First ruler of all Egypt : MENES
51. Wire nail : BRAD
52. Douglas Hyde's land : EIRE
53. Nutritional specifications: Abbr. : RDAS
55. Oculus mundi : OPAL
56. Polynesian carved image : TIKI
57. Finials : EPIS
58. Lessee's concern : RENT
61. Wrath : IRE

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