New York Times, Thursday, November 14, 1991

Author:Patterson Pepple
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 41, Avg Word Len: 4.84, Missing: { C J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 265 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 8, XRef: 2
Patterson Pepple has 37 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Fine fiddle : AMATI
6. With 68 Across, pedal digit : BIG
9. Lamb's comment : MAA
12. Restored structure : REHAB
13. Neap or ebb : TIDE
14. Dallas nickname : BIGD
15. Taos house : ADOBE
16. Alaska's first elected governor : EGAN
17. Anent : INRE
18. Orwell's villain : BIGBROTHER
20. Objective : GOAL
21. Thought: Comb. form : IDEO
22. Dido's nickname : ELISSA
24. Protozoans : AMEBAE
28. Tricks : RUSES
30. Actress Singer of "Footloose" : LORI
31. Vases : URNS
33. San Antonio shrine : ALAMO
37. Lions and tigers, e.g. : BIGGAME
39. Bovary et al. : MADAMES
41. Plods : SLOGS
42. "L'___ c'est moi" : ETAT
44. Actress Naldi : NITA
45. Flooded : AWASH
47. Make beloved : ENDEAR
49. Type of polecat : FERRET
52. Roof projection : EAVE
54. Freni's forte : ARIA
55. Diamond majors : BIGLEAGUES
61. Ladder part : RUNG
62. Dutch cheese : EDAM
63. Response : REPLY
64. Follower of Caesar's "ego" : IPSE
65. Ramachandra's wife : SITA
66. Like Carroll's oysters : EATEN
67. Reckless Olympian : ATE
68. See 6 Across : TOE
69. Herded cattle : DROVE
1. Yemini or Omani : ARAB
2. Middle: Comb. form : MEDI
3. "___, a headless bear . . . ": Shak. : AHOG
4. U.S. priest-poet: 1845-1909 : TABB
5. Michener best seller: 1968 : IBERIA
6. Wild sheep : BIGHORN
7. Zoological suffix : IDAE
8. Categories : GENRES
9. Son of Zeus and Europa : MINOS
10. Indian city and ex-province : AGRAS
11. Writer St. Johns : ADELA
13. Head of France : TETE
14. Hawaii's nickname : BIGISLAND
19. Concert hall : ODEUM
23. Bridge move : LEAD
24. Cousins of amices : ALBS
25. Slave : MOIL
26. Therefore : ERGO
27. Tom Bodett's "Clear Shot" structure : BIGGARAGE
29. West Point inst. : USMA
32. Arikaras : REES
34. Pierre's ladylove : AMIE
35. Beginner for physics : META
36. Glacial ridges : OSAR
38. " . . . ___ forgive those . . . " : ASWE
40. "The stag ___ . . . ": Scott : ATEVE
43. Gide's "Strait Is ___" : THEGATE
46. Optimally : ATBEST
48. Approached : NEARED
49. Abbé in "The Count of Monte Cristo" : FARIA
50. Break out : ERUPT
51. Laundromat event : RINSE
53. Painter ___-Tadema : ALMA
56. Personal: Comb. form : IDIO
57. Equipment : GEAR
58. ___ no good : UPTO
59. Hgt. : ELEV
60. "Auld Lang ___" : SYNE

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