New York Times, Saturday, November 7, 1992

Author: Bryant White
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.08, Missing: { Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 313 (avg 1.62)
Open Squares: 84, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0
Bryant White has 11 pre-Shortz puzzles and 28 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1992, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Mace repository of yore : SPICERY
8. King of Aragon: 1291-1327 : JAMESII
15. Mercury's winged sandals : TALARIA
16. Mexican salamander : AXOLOTL
17. Workplace for Degas : ATELIER
18. Sewers : CLOACAE
19. Flames and Devils, often : BODYCHECKERS
21. Chum : PAL
22. Guitarist Paul : LES
23. Savoir-faire : TACT
27. Emblem on a Greek flag : CROSS
30. Saucepan : POT
31. Type sizes : PICAS
32. Deli order : HERO
33. Pinguid : FAT
34. Tertiary Period epoch : EOCENE
35. Wood sorrel : OCA
36. Duke's wife : DUCHESS
38. Minor minor : TOT
39. Enmity : RANCOR
41. Atramentous fluid : INK
42. Sterling and Struther : JANS
43. Mount NE of Lake Victoria : ELGON
44. Cleon Jones was one : MET
45. Exam answer : FALSE
46. Composer Wilder : ALEC
47. Scull : OAR
48. Sphere : ORB
49. Yielding little for much toil : HARDSCRABBLE
55. Star in Orion's belt : ALNILAM
58. Electrical units : AMPERES
59. Cabinet for a TV set : CONSOLE
60. Facsimile of a sort : REPRINT
61. Make sugary : SWEETEN
62. Arranges beforehand : PRESETS
1. Wild guess : STAB
2. The Muscovy duck : PATO
3. "___ Three Lives": Philbrick : ILED
4. She detained Odysseus for seven years : CALYPSO
5. Heaths : ERICAS
6. German historical writer: 1823-97 : RIEHL
7. Manageable, as a ship : YARE
8. Green prize at Augusta : JACKET
9. Parts of carts : AXLES
10. Anchor : MOOR
11. Type of band : ELASTIC
12. Follower of Engels: Abbr. : SOC
13. City in Paraguay : ITA
14. O'Neill play : ILE
20. They wish to suit you : CLOTHIERS
24. Perfume ingredient : ACETAL
25. Prebendaries : CANONS
26. Ugandan pest : TSETSE
27. Saint Vitus' dance : CHOREA
28. Car maker's embarrassing action : RECALL
29. Denver's favorite hue : ORANGE
30. Moccasin : PAC
31. Kind of elec. : POS
33. Sable, e.g. : FUR
34. River in Scotland : ESK
36. Capo's boss : DON
37. Tolkien's Treebeard, e.g. : ENT
40. Apache chief : COCHISE
42. Utters gibberish : JABBERS
44. Lunatics : MADMEN
45. Iced : FRAPPE
47. Fanon : ORALE
48. Abalone : ORMER
50. "Little Things Mean ___" : ALOT
51. Find fault : CARP
52. Soft cheese : BRIE
53. Fast time : LENT
54. Approx. judgments : ESTS
55. Org. founded in 1876 : ACS
56. Dejected : LOW
57. Santa Fe-to-Taos dir. : NNE

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