New York Times, Tuesday, November 16, 1993

Author: Stanley B. Whitten
Editor: Mel Taub
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { F J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 294 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 65, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 2, XRef: 2
Stanley B. Whitten has 9 pre-Shortz puzzles and 9 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Prized asset : GEM
4. Tot's neckwear : BIB
7. Entertain splendidly : REGALE
13. Cherbourg chum : AMI
14. Brownish-pink : NUDE
15. Salieri works : OPERAS
16. Actress Pfeiffer : MICHELLE
18. Most sensible : SANEST
19. Popular dessert, with 31 Across : STRAWBERRY
21. Cigar end : ETTE
22. Would-be officer's sch. : OCS
23. Use eosin : DYE
24. Pungent salad leaf : CRESS
25. Confabulate : TALK
27. Early sixth-century date : DIII
29. Wrongly : AMISS
31. See 19 Across : SHORTCAKE
36. Long.'s companion : LAT
37. Purge : CLEANSE
39. Lea call : LOW
40. Popular dessert : CHERRYPIE
42. English Channel feeder : SEINE
44. One of N.J.'s Oranges : EAST
45. Anjou or alligator : PEAR
46. Vise : CLAMP
49. New stock offering: Abbr. : IPO
52. Aachen article : EIN
53. Gulf between Latvia and Estonia : RIGA
54. Chilled dessert : ICEBOXCAKE
58. Elicited : EVOKED
60. Disliked intensely : DETESTED
61. Cylindrical and tapering : TERETE
62. Final markdown notice : ASIS
63. Intention : END
64. Prepares tapes for reuse : ERASES
65. A Paul with pluck : LES
66. Briny sauce for chow mein : SOY
1. Whale herds : GAMS
2. Give off : EMIT
3. Tiny crystal : MICROLITE
4. Lily's beginning : BULB
5. Laid off : IDLED
6. Tipsy name in Hollywood? : BEERY
7. Promising : ROSY
8. Agcy. dealing with smog : EPA
9. Off-brand item : GENERIC
10. Sharp crest : ARETE
11. Wears well : LASTS
12. ___ Park, Rockies resort : ESTES
14. Rather's realm : NEWS
17. Basketball fouls : HACKS
20. Newly decorated : REDONE
24. Quotes : CITES
25. Magnesium silicate : TALC
26. Oriental nanny : AMAH
28. 1040 giver and getter : IRS
30. Junkyard stock : SCRAP
31. Infected : SEPTIC
32. "Bali ___," song from "South Pacific" : HAI
33. Estranges : ALIENATES
34. Hawaiian winter wind : KONA
35. Wide-mouthed pitcher : EWER
38. A river at Ghent : LYS
41. New versions of oldies : REMAKES
43. "Paradise Lost," "Beowulf," etc. : EPICS
46. Minos's realm : CRETE
47. Reddish-brown : LIVER
48. Where Socrates haggled : AGORA
50. Bicycle component : PEDAL
51. Owning a large corporation : OBESE
52. Alimony givers or getters : EXES
54. Julius's last day : IDES
55. Skinner of stage : OTIS
56. Numbers game : KENO
57. Little whirlwind : EDDY
59. Season in Guadeloupe : ETE

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