New York Times, Saturday, November 17, 1990

Author: Richard Silvestri
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.82, Missing: { F J Q U X }, Scrabble score: 280 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 2, Spans: 1
Richard Silvestri has 46 pre-Shortz puzzles and 84 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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Across Down
1. "The Tender ___," Sinatra hit : TRAP
5. Bowl ritual : TOSS
9. Abib, today : NISAN
14. Lloyd's Register rating : AONE
15. Principal : ARCH
16. Part of "Veni, vidi, vici" : ICAME
17. Rib : RIDE
18. Exposed : BARE
19. Sunday frequency? : NEVER
20. Chased one (see 36 Across) : LILABNER
22. Correct text : EMEND
23. German philosopher : HEGEL
24. Toothsome : TASTY
25. Red address? : COMRADE
29. Place for a roast : OVEN
31. U.A.R. center : ARAB
32. Summit : ACME
33. High dudgeon : IRE
36. Occasion of the chase (11/17/90, e.g.) : SADIEHAWKINSDAY
41. Anemograph abbr. : ENE
42. Equator, e.g. : LINE
43. Petroleum residue : COKE
44. What's left : REST
45. Chicken choice : BROILER
48. PC adjunct : MODEM
51. Conger catcher : EELER
53. Rousseau work : EMILE
54. Chaser (see 36 Across) : DAISYMAE
58. Assumed : TAKEN
59. Fire god : AGNI
60. Not yet up : ABED
62. Regarding : ANENT
63. Knight's namesakes : TEDS
64. Nonentity : ZERO
65. Wallace-Wallechinsky compilations : LISTS
66. Whilom : ERST
67. School founded in 1440 : ETON
1. Jack-___ (sailor) : TAR
2. Ruffle : ROIL
3. Bacheller's "D'ri ___" : ANDI
4. Founder of Britain's Conservative Party : PEEL
5. Designated : TABBED
6. African river : ORANGE
7. Mass of detritus : SCREE
8. Sleuth : SHERLOCK
9. Almost a score : NINETEEN
10. Deliverer of yore : ICEMAN
11. Delivers from sin : SAVES
12. Catkin : AMENT
13. Like a nebbish : NERDY
21. Cry of discovery : AHA
25. Job for Mason : CASE
26. "The Plague" setting : ORAN
27. Crafted : MADE
28. Sac.-fly stat : RBI
30. The Keydets : VMI
32. Thunderstrike : AWE
33. Baphomet or Juggernaut : IDOL
34. Leave no leaves : RAKE
35. Onlooker : EYER
37. Violent weather : ELEMENTS
38. The gent's : HIS
39. Come before : ANTEDATE
40. Poli ___ (univ. course) : SCI
44. Let up : RELENT
45. Places of concealment : BLINDS
46. Withstand : RESIST
47. Kid of jazz : ORY
48. Palladium, for one : METAL
49. Matrah resident : OMANI
50. Friesland sights : DIKES
52. "Half Magic" author : EAGER
55. Perplexing passageway : MAZE
56. Aid feloniously : ABET
57. Eliel's son : EERO
61. Fellow at Oxford : DON

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