New York Times, Monday, November 30, 1992

Author: Janet R. Bender
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 277 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 63, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 0, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
Janet R. Bender has 2 pre-Shortz puzzles and 27 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1992, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Border on : ABUT
5. Tombouctou's country : MALI
9. "Olympia" artist : MANET
14. Abundant : RIFE
15. Immorality : EVIL
16. Acid type : AMINO
17. Kubrick film, with "A": 1971 : CLOCKWORKORANGE
20. Netman Nastase : ILIE
21. Put a match to : LIT
22. Fastened, as sheets of paper : STAPLED
26. Equipment for a TV crewman : MINICAM
30. Harbinger : HERALD
31. Give a great review : RAVE
32. Mine output : ORE
33. Dinsmore or Janis : ELSIE
34. Vanished : GONE
35. Part of some skirts : SLIT
36. Rusty Staub's nickname in Montreal : LEGRANDORANGE
39. Track strip : LANE
40. Activist : DOER
41. Blazers or ulsters : COATS
43. Actress MacGraw : ALI
44. Bullets and bombs : AMMO
45. Opera singer Renata : SCOTTO
46. Dagwood's wife : BLONDIE
48. Nick Nolte film: 1977 : THEDEEP
49. Rowboat implement : OAR
50. God of war : ARES
51. South African province : ORANGEFREESTATE
59. Samba or rumba, e.g. : DANCE
60. Naturalist Fossey : DIAN
61. "Jeopardy!" host Trebek : ALEX
62. Units of force : DYNES
63. Utah ski resort : ALTA
64. Mirth : GLEE
1. Circle part : ARC
2. Puppeteer Baird : BIL
3. Flying saucer : UFO
4. P.I. : TEC
5. Whined : MEWLED
6. Keep away from : AVOID
7. Moola in Milano : LIRE
8. Kind; sort : ILK
9. Gyrene : MARINE
10. Italian violinmaker : AMATI
11. French-born diarist : NIN
12. Chang's twin : ENG
13. Pedal digit : TOE
18. Assassin : KILLER
19. Director Stone : OLIVER
22. H. Rider Haggard novel : SHE
23. Like a Kitty Kelley biography : TELLALL
24. Late-night TV's Hall : ARSENIO
25. Satchel of pitching fame : PAIGE
26. Landed estate : MANOR
27. University in Hamilton, N.Y. : COLGATE
28. Short melody : ARIETTE
29. Shea Stadium player : MET
31. Cowboy exhibition : RODEO
34. Dwarf : GNOME
35. Decorative hairnet : SNOOD
37. Esteem : ADMIRE
38. Admission : ACCESS
39. Chemist's workplace : LAB
42. Bribe : SOP
44. Saws : ADAGES
45. Singer Easton : SHEENA
47. The time being : NONCE
48. Actor Williams from Conn. : TREAT
50. Seed covering : ARIL
51. Unusual : ODD
52. Singer Charles : RAY
53. Actress Jillian : ANN
54. Govt. regulatory org. : FDA
55. Child's game : TAG
56. Everything : ALL
57. Peg for Faldo : TEE
58. English river : EXE

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