New York Times, Tuesday, November 12, 1991

Author:Tap Osborn
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 303 (avg 1.62)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0
Tap Osborn has 87 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Research area : FILES
6. Like many a hoopster : LANK
10. Pool-hall triangle : RACK
14. Teen's future status : ADULT
15. Sedgwick bio : EDIE
16. Dugout : ABRI
17. Northern beast : TIMBERWOLF
19. Wind sound : MOAN
20. Complain loudly : BEWAIL
21. Way to go : ROUTE
22. Maria's musical start : AVE
24. Hornblower's creator : CSFORESTER
27. Unruffled : SERENE
30. Expansive : WIDE
31. Mayhem is one : CRIME
32. Prattled : RANON
34. Some M.D.'s : GPS
37. V.P. before Ford : AGNEW
38. Put on hold : ICE
39. She comes back to Harpo : OPRAH
41. Cribbage tool : PEG
42. Shaker's partner : MOVER
44. Jamaican P.M.: 1980-89 : SEAGA
45. It holds two or three : SOFA
46. Fresh and young : VERNAL
47. Eden plant : TREEOFLIFE
52. Blaster's material : TNT
53. They're hunks : HEMEN
54. Provincial : NARROW
57. Publius Ovidius Naso : OVID
58. A top pitcher of the 1930's : LEFTYGROVE
62. Fish that's delish? : SOLE
63. Arch or molding : OGEE
64. Quatre preceder : TROIS
65. Liquid holder : EWER
66. Comment : WORD
67. Mubarak's predecessor : SADAT
1. Diet no-no : FAT
2. March 15, in Milano : IDI
3. Moving like an elephant : LUMBERING
4. North Sea feeder : ELBE
5. Mental morass : STEW
6. He wrote "Dodsworth" : LEWIS
7. Hermann's boss : ADOLF
8. Zilch : NIL
9. Languor, Arabian style : KEF
10. Having branches : RAMOSE
11. Circa : ABOUT
12. Jalopy : CRATE
13. A Mets' announcer : KINER
18. The Iditarod, for one : RACE
21. Rudolph has one : REDNOSE
22. Musical org. : ASCAP
23. Edge : VERGE
25. He's got a title : OWNER
26. "___ Bravo," 1959 Wayne film : RIO
28. Scottish uncle : EME
29. Sky sliver : NEWMOON
32. Opponent : RIVAL
33. Serve with verve : ACE
34. "American Gothic" artist : GRANTWOOD
35. Irreligious one : PAGAN
36. "Thou ___ not . . . " : SHALT
40. For each : PER
43. On a holiday : OFF
45. Homophone for cedar : SEEDER
46. Intensely : VERY
47. They are over there : THOSE
48. Pledge anew : REVOW
49. Ezio's big role : EMILE
50. Deduce : INFER
51. Written on the wind : FATED
55. They make up divs. : RGTS
56. Odd, in Edinburgh : ORRA
58. Cartoonist David : LOW
59. Personality : EGO
60. Caesar's way : VIA
61. Bangor time : EST

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