New York Times, Friday, December 13, 1991

Author: Jeanne Wilson
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 5.08, Missing: { F J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 252 (avg 1.38)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 8, XRef: 2, Spans: 1
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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Eatery : DINER
6. Ruth, for one : SLUGGER
13. Hersey's bell town : ADANO
14. Tuscan marble center : CARRARA
15. Capitol covers : DOMES
16. With 55 Across, O. Henry work : CABBAGES
17. Porter : ALE
18. Blockhead : CLOD
20. Chemical suffix : ANE
21. Sights in suburbia : POOLS
22. The Hyades, to Dionysus : NURSES
26. French Polynesia's capital : PAPEETE
29. Brooks or Blanc : MEL
30. Soul, in St.-Lô : AME
31. Canyon mouth : ABRA
32. Autocrat : TSAR
34. City in SW Ill. : ALTON
36. Belgian tots? : BRUSSELSSPROUTS
39. Little moon, old style : LUNET
40. "We are as much ___ see": Thoreau : ASWE
41. J. Fonda role in "Klute" : BREE
42. Shoshonean : UTE
43. Immature : RAW
45. Plans : INTENDS
47. City in Iran : MESHED
49. Henry ___ Wallace : AGARD
50. Bern's river : AAR
51. Far from fair : UGLY
52. Sedan summer : ETE
55. See 16 Across : ANDKINGS
58. ___ space : OUTER
60. Instruct again : RETEACH
61. ___ den Linden : UNTER
62. "Believe ___": Ripley : ITORNOT
63. Crews : TEAMS
1. Arp's art style : DADA
2. Dagon, e.g. : IDOL
3. Designate : NAME
4. Compass pt. : ENE
5. Gat : ROSCOE
6. Lots : SCADS
7. Sci. room : LAB
8. Suave : URBANE
9. Like snow or sugar : GRANULAR
10. Security transaction : GAGER
11. Poetic preposition : ERE
12. Headland : RAS
16. Old King's side dish? : COLESLAW
19. Singer Lehmann : LOTTE
21. "___ porridge hot . . . " : PEASE
23. Second-largest planet : SATURN
24. Hammed it up : EMOTED
25. Sanity : SENSES
26. Baby food : PABLUM
27. " . . . self-sacrificing love of ___": Poe : ABRUTE
28. Breakfast dish : PRUNES
29. Alice Hegan Rice's heroine : MRSWIGGS
33. Onager : ASS
35. Like some leaves : LOBED
37. Comet, e.g. : STREAKER
38. Kind of colony : PENAL
44. Famed Hollywood dress designer : ADRIAN
46. Audition : TRYOUT
48. "It ___ Be You" : HADTO
49. Cipher : AUGHT
52. Singer James : ETTA
53. Pour : TEEM
54. Makes a boo-boo : ERRS
55. Jackie's second : ARI
56. Seine : NET
57. Cpl., for one : NCO
59. A French article : UNE

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