New York Times, Thursday, November 5, 1992

Author:Daniel Girardi
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 44, Avg Word Len: 4.76, Missing: { D Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 284 (avg 1.57)
Open Squares: 65, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
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© 1992, The New York Times
Across Down
1. The same, in Sens : EGAL
5. Port in Sumatra : JAMBI
10. Togo's capital : LOME
14. "Ah! fors'___," Verdi aria : ELUI
15. Swiss philosopher-poet: 1821-81 : AMIEL
16. Sacred Egyptian bull : APIS
17. Willing : LIEF
18. Assigns roles : CASTS
19. Aswan Dam site : NILE
20. Wins big : BREAKSTHEBANK
23. Minus : LESS
24. False propaganda : LIES
25. "Kingsblood Royal" author : LEWIS
28. Picture puzzle : REBUS
31. City having a casbah : ORAN
32. Angry fan : HOOTER
34. Some Brit. statesmen : PMS
37. The pause that refreshes : FIVEMINUTEBREAK
40. Contemporary of W.H.A : TSE
41. Certain products of glaciation : ARETES
42. River in Ireland : ERNE
43. Between, in Brest : ENTRE
44. Hockey infraction : ICING
45. Realize : EARN
47. Barnyard sound : OINK
49. Don McNeill's radio show, with "The" : BREAKFASTCLUB
55. Light heavyweight champ: 1934-5 : OLIN
56. Region in Asia Minor : IONIA
57. Common abbr. : ETAL
59. Italian philosopher: 1668-1744 : VICO
60. Actor Conrad ___ : NAGEL
61. Yemen's capital : SANA
62. "___ What You Did," 1965 movie : ISAW
63. Corundum : EMERY
64. Bandleader Fields : SHEP
1. Anguine fish : EEL
2. Like Leno : GLIB
3. Heifetz's teacher : AUER
4. It's in the palm of your hand : LIFELINE
5. Child's play? : JACKS
6. Build up : AMASS
7. Haze : MIST
8. A March sister : BETH
9. Pianist von Alpenheim : ILSE
10. Oahu verandas : LANAIS
11. Reckon : OPINE
12. Draws out, as information : MILKS
13. Compass point : ESE
21. Loser to H.C.H. : AES
22. Word coined by F.B. Burgess : BLURB
25. Hay's here : LOFT
26. Discordia, to Greeks : ERIS
27. Comber : WAVE
28. Way : ROUTE
29. Launder suffix : ETTE
30. Followers of birds? : BEES
32. Al the trumpeter : HIRT
33. Kayo blow : ONER
34. Lovely lass : PERI
35. "Marty" director : MANN
36. Rudder support : SKEG
38. Kind of grass : MANNA
39. Like Jehu : RECKLESS
43. Before, to Byron : ERENOW
44. Ltd.'s relative : INC
45. Muslim Satan : EBLIS
46. Chilean port : ARICA
47. Wickerwork material : OSIER
48. Byron and Keats lived here : ITALY
50. Lowing herd : KINE
51. Pilsener topping : FOAM
52. Harpe player : ANGE
53. D-day beach : UTAH
54. Scourge : BANE
55. Egg: Comb. form : OVI
58. Luxury site? : LAP

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