New York Times, Thursday, November 4, 1993

Author: Dorothy Elliott
Editor: Mel Taub
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 289 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 82, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 11, XRef: 1, Spans: 4
Dorothy Elliott has 11 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.
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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Fourth Hebrew letter : DALETH
7. Valise : GRIP
11. Citrus drink : ADE
14. Charlotte ___, V.I. : AMALIE
15. Scourge : BANE
16. Moon-landing transport : LEM
17. Beatles song: 1966 : GOODDAYSUNSHINE
20. Circle segment : ARC
21. Excitement : ADO
22. Mount in N Israel : TABOR
23. Beethoven's Op. 27, No. 2 : MOONLIGHTSONATA
28. Uplift : BUOY
29. Lizard: Comb. form : SAURO
30. French film pioneer Gance : ABEL
31. TV's Mr. Grant : ASNER
33. Official proclamation : FIAT
35. Count : ADD
36. With "A," theme from "Romeo and Juliet" : TIMEFORUS
40. Def. projectile : ABM
43. Defoe's ___ Flanders : MOLL
44. Frost-covered : RIMED
48. Ellerbee's "And ___ Goes" : SOIT
50. Brandish : WIELD
53. Tunney or Tierney : GENE
54. Frankie Carle's theme song : SUNRISESERENADE
57. Nincompoop : IDIOT
58. Pester : NAG
59. With-it : HIP
60. Hit song from 1936 Shirley Temple movie : GOODNIGHTMYLOVE
65. Diarist Anaïs ___ : NIN
66. Little cousin of 69 Across : OBIE
67. Missing links : APEMEN
68. Soon-to-be-alums : SRS
69. Stage Oscar : TONY
70. Pressure : STRESS
1. Viola ___ (old bass viol) : DAGAMBA
2. Lovey-dovey : AMOROUS
3. Priest who warned against the Trojan horse : LAOCOON
4. Yore : ELD
5. Kind of basin : TIDAL
6. "My ___ bloody, but unbowed": Henley : HEADIS
7. Famed literary monogram : GBS
8. Author Santha Rama ___ : RAU
9. Wayside stopover : INN
10. Green pasta sauce : PESTO
11. "Arabian Nights" woodcutter : ALIBABA
12. Signified : DENOTED
13. Oz's ___ City : EMERALD
18. Exercise system : YOGA
19. Mandlikova of tennis : HANA
24. Novgorod negative : NYET
25. Gusts : HUFFLES
26. Cinema Stooges, e.g. : TRIO
27. Fly like a condor : SOAR
32. Edge : RIM
34. Neighbor of Syr. : TUR
37. Tends the lawn : MOWS
38. Nobelist Wiesel : ELIE
39. Portent : SIGN
40. Specifies : ASSIGNS
41. Milady's chamber : BOUDOIR
42. Underlings : MINIONS
45. "Oh, give ___ where..." : MEAHOME
46. Salad greens : ENDIVES
47. Intensifies : DEEPENS
49. Walked upon : TROD
51. Afforded : LENT
52. O'Neill output : DRAMAS
55. "Tell ___ in Gath...": II Sam. 1:20 : ITNOT
56. O.T.'s Mizraim, today : EGYPT
61. Nigerian native : IBO
62. Rummy type : GIN
63. Say-___ Kid (Willie Mays) : HEY
64. Irish sea god : LER

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