New York Times, Saturday, November 30, 1991

Author:Kevin Boyle
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 25, Avg Word Len: 5.71, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 96, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
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1. Began again : RENEWED
8. Helices : SPIRALS
15. Putto : AMORINO
16. Twin giants slain by Apollo and Artemis : ALOADAE
17. Social satire : COMEDYOFMANNERS
19. Form of life in a U.F.O. : ETI
20. Tug's hawser : TOWLINE
21. Styron hero : NAT
22. Sure thing : CINCH
24. Give the heave-ho : OUST
25. Wizened : SERE
26. A sixth-century Dacia settler : AVAR
27. He sank with the Scharnhorst : SPEE
28. "Teach us ___ still": T. S. Eliot : TOSIT
29. Struggle against : RELUCT
31. Vegetarians' goodies : SNOWPEAS
33. Schlepper : DRAG
35. Esau's home : SEIR
36. "___ come home . . . ": Thompson : SPRINGIS
40. Incense spice: Ex. 30:34 : STACTE
44. Waste allowances : TRETS
45. Subject of a "Manon" aria : REVE
47. Negative conjunctions : NORS
48. No, in Oahu : AOLE
49. Unfurnished : BARE
50. Sources of distress : SORES
51. Brother : FRA
52. Medieval helmet : BASINET
54. Ovine outburst : BAA
55. Aeschylus : FATHEROFTRAGEDY
58. Like Rome : ETERNAL
59. Qualify : ENTITLE
60. Searches for once more : RESEEKS
61. Considered questionable : DOUBTED
1. Speedway sight : RACECAR
2. Of feelings : EMOTIVE
3. So-called : NOMINAL
4. Afore : ERE
5. Extent from side to side : WIDTH
6. Greek war goddess : ENYO
7. Style of group singing : DOOWOP
8. Three-stringed instruments : SAMISENS
9. Spy : PLANT
10. Actress Skye : IONE
11. Aegir's wife : RAN
12. Certain Yemeni residents : ADENESE
13. Roman shrines for household spirits : LARARIA
14. Sonnet parts : SESTETS
18. Windways : FLUES
23. Rawness, in Reims : CRUDITE
25. Kathleen Battle, e.g. : SOPRANO
27. Companionless : STAG
28. Ridicule : TWIT
30. Derricks: Abbr. : CRNS
32. Platinum wire loop : OESE
34. Jerusalem artichokes : GIRASOLS
36. Team member : STAFFER
37. Distribute in a balanced way : PRORATE
38. Interacts realistically : RELATES
39. Sans ___ (type style) : SERIF
41. Gentleman Jim of boxing : CORBETT
42. Bus platform : TREADLE
43. Took a stab at : ESSAYED
46. Gave expression to : VENTED
49. A victor over the Canaanites : BARAK
50. In ___ quo (as is) : STATU
52. Part of N.B. : BENE
53. Hungarian pianist Balogh : ERNO
56. Charlemagne's dom. : HRE
57. Male cat : GIB

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