New York Times, Wednesday, November 27, 1991

Author: Patricia A. Cevaal
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 284 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Phoenician god : BAAL
5. Elmer and Elsie's baby : CALF
9. Drinks like a kitten : LAPS
13. Border on a knight's shield : ORLE
14. Fla. golf tournament : DORAL
15. Affirm : AVOW
16. Loesser's transportation in 1948? : SLOWBOATTOCHINA
19. Cockpit occupants : COPILOTS
20. Lewis E. Lawes was one : WARDEN
21. Ditto : SAME
22. Play the lottery : BET
23. With, in Bonn : MIT
26. With "Little," Prince's transportation in 1983? : REDCORVETTE
32. Doted on : ADORED
34. Poem for singing : LAY
35. Loose, crumbly earth : MARL
36. Do an upholsterer's job anew : REPAD
37. ___-relief : BAS
38. Like measles, mumps, etc. : VIRAL
39. Norman city : CAEN
40. Louis XIV, for one : ROI
41. Harangue : TIRADE
42. With "The," Gus Bailey's transportation in 1917? : OLDGREYMARE
45. Cambodian coin : SEN
46. Terminus : END
47. Comic Carvey : DANA
49. Actress Vivian from Newark : BLAINE
53. Clarinetist Pete : FOUNTAIN
57. Beatles' transportation in 1966? : YELLOWSUBMARINE
59. Lacquered metalware : TOLE
60. Befuddled : ATSEA
61. Annoys : IRKS
62. Wife of Geraint : ENID
63. Wine sediment : LEES
64. Kind of moss : PEAT
1. Winter pear : BOSC
2. A Guthrie : ARLO
3. Drooping : ALOP
4. Alice's creator : LEWIS
5. Covered with dust : COATED
6. Crafts' partner : ARTS
7. Opposite of long. : LAT
8. Bombastic : FLOWERY
9. He played the Cowardly Lion : LAHR
10. Craving eagerly : AVID
11. Corn bread : PONE
12. Tchaikovsky's "___ Lake" : SWAN
14. Star-crossed : DOOMED
17. Sounded like a boom box : BLARED
18. Means of home entertainment: Abbr. : CATV
22. Constricting scarves? : BOAS
23. O'Neill's "___ Millions" : MARCO
24. Perfect : IDEAL
25. Hit the bottle : TOPED
27. Forty-niner's property : CLAIM
28. Aga's associate : EMIR
29. Gogol's "___ Bulba" : TARAS
30. Wall Street transaction : TRADE
31. Burstyn or Glasgow : ELLEN
33. Called by phone : RANG
37. Cassidy portrayer : BOYD
38. It's Wien to Austrians : VIENNA
40. Publisher's notice : RENEWAL
41. Shock : TRAUMA
43. Gambling mecca : RENO
44. Unburnt bricks : ADOBES
48. Anchor position : ATRIP
49. Computer unit : BYTE
50. Novelist Uris : LEON
51. There: Sp. : ALLI
52. "___ Three Lives" : ILED
53. Melt together : FUSE
54. Yorkshire river : AIRE
55. Durante's "___ Dinka Doo" : INKA
56. Snuggery : NEST
58. Sault ___ Marie : STE

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