New York Times, Tuesday, December 26, 1989

Author: Albert J. Klaus
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 80, Blocks: 46, Avg Word Len: 4.47, Missing: { J Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 244 (avg 1.36)
Open Squares: 65, Cheaters: 7, FITB: 11, XRef: 0
Albert J. Klaus has 115 pre-Shortz puzzles and 4 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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1. Pasadena's ___ Bowl : ROSE
5. Honolulu's ___ Bowl : ALOHA
10. Festival : FETE
14. Eager : AVID
15. Helicopter part : ROTOR
16. Part of a list : ITEM
17. Bill of fare : MENU
18. Within: Prefix : INTRA
19. Makes mistakes : ERRS
20. Accuracy : PRECISION
22. Cambodian coin : SEN
23. Boris Becker boomer : ACE
24. Exude : EMIT
27. Dallas's ___ Bowl : COTTON
30. Pass by, as time : ELAPSE
34. Author of "Peer Gynt" : IBSEN
35. Kind of broom : WHISK
38. Furthermore : AND
39. Cargo : LOAD
40. Atlanta's ___ Bowl : PEACH
41. Jai ___ : ALAI
42. Comparative ending : IER
43. Taut : TENSE
44. Split : CLEFT
45. Classify : ASSORT
47. Orlando's ___ Bowl : CITRUS
48. Tall grass stem : REED
50. Extra-point score : ONE
51. Ration-book agency of W.W. II : OPA
53. Inhabitant of New York City, e.g. : EASTERNER
59. Paradise : EDEN
60. Apportion : ALLOT
61. N.Y. college or Hebrides island : IONA
62. Ice flow : BERG
63. Useful : UTILE
64. Cozy shelter : NEST
65. With "bonnet," Houston's bowl : BLUE
66. Jacksonville's ___ Bowl : GATOR
67. Merriment : GLEE
1. Inclined way : RAMP
2. Above : OVER
3. Trigonometric function : SINE
4. Skilled : EDUCATED
5. Gone up : ARISEN
6. Actress Anderson : LONI
7. Preminger or Graham : OTTO
8. Lena or Marilyn : HORNE
9. ___ Parseghian of football fame : ARA
10. Temple's ___ Bowl : FIESTA
11. To be, in Paris : ETRE
12. Sea swallow : TERN
13. Printers' measures : EMS
21. Sacred picture : ICON
25. Entangle : MESH
26. Kind : ILK
27. Eyelashes : CILIA
28. Reed instruments : OBOES
29. Russian emperors : TSARS
31. More pallid : PALER
32. Confusion, to a G.I. : SNAFU
33. Redacts : EDITS
35. Skin growth : WEN
36. Owns : HAS
37. Frozen H2O : ICE
40. Fountain or Rozelle : PETE
41. Tailor's chore : ALTERING
43. Three, in Trento : TRE
44. Spanish movie theater : CINE
46. Miami's ___ Bowl : ORANGE
47. Kind of pin : COTTER
49. Fourth Greek letter : DELTA
51. "___ mio dolce ardor," Gluck aria : ODEL
52. South American country : PERU
54. Landed : ALIT
55. Alone : SOLO
56. Christmas carol : NOEL
57. Start of the Bay State's motto : ENSE
58. Estimate : RATE
59. Flow back : EBB
60. Month before Sept. : AUG

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