New York Times, Tuesday, November 27, 1990

Author: Albert J. Klaus
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.95, Missing: { J Q W X }, Scrabble score: 282 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 7, FITB: 10, XRef: 1, Spans: 4
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1. Part of speech : VERB
5. ___ Boothe Luce : CLARE
10. 21st Greek letter : PHI
13. Lake or Indian : ERIE
14. Navigation system : LORAN
15. Prophet : SEER
16. "A ___," Marx Brothers film : NIGHTATTHEOPERA
19. Trouser lines : INSEAMS
20. Corms' cousins : BULBS
21. Limb : ARM
22. Spanish gentleman : SENOR
25. D. Malone film: 1980 : THEDAYTIMEENDED
32. Wander : ROVE
33. ___ homo : ECCE
34. Workers' gp. : ILO
35. Employed : USED
36. Monogram of a musical Duke : EKE
37. Don Juan's mother : INEZ
38. Suffix with mountain : EER
39. Salt tree : ATLE
40. Auntie of Broadway fame : MAME
41. "The ___," G. C. Scott film : DAYOFTHEDOLPHIN
46. Companions : MATES
47. Actress Barbara ___ Geddes : BEL
48. Thoughts : IDEAS
51. Soft felt hats : FEDORAS
55. "A ___," 1946 film : NIGHTINPARADISE
59. Celebes ox : ANOA
60. Slow, in music : TARDO
61. Redact : EDIT
62. His, in Sèvres : SES
63. Jan ___, Dutch painter : STEEN
64. Red and Dead : SEAS
1. "___, vidi, vici" : VENI
2. Ireland : ERIN
3. Equips : RIGS
4. Decapitated : BEHEADED
5. Unpleasantly moist : CLAMMY
6. Much : LOTS
7. Columnist Buchwald : ART
8. Cheer : RAH
9. Indianapolis-to-Muncie dir. : ENE
10. Pare : PEEL
11. Mint, sage or basil : HERB
12. Savings plans: Abbr. : IRAS
15. Reject with contempt : SPURN
17. Scarlett's home : TARA
18. Hautboy : OBOE
22. Crescent-shaped cutting tools : SICKLES
23. Introduced performers : EMCEED
24. Society-page word : NEE
25. Made concentric : TRUED
26. Old Testament book : HOSEA
27. Including all : EVERY
28. Grow incisors : TEETHE
29. Singer Shore : DINAH
30. Resin used in ointments : ELEMI
31. Twelve : DOZEN
37. Bursts inward : IMPLODES
39. Bar mem. : ATT
42. Neb. Indian : OMAHA
43. Abstain from food : FAST
44. She starred in 55 Across : OBERON
45. Spartan queen : LEDA
48. Actresses Balin and Claire : INAS
49. Eat : DINE
50. Ids' counterparts : EGOS
51. Wane : FADE
52. Go by bus : RIDE
53. Most populous continent : ASIA
54. Tennis units : SETS
56. "___ a boy!" : ITS
57. ___ King Cole : NAT
58. Before: Prefix : PRE

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