New York Times, Monday, December 30, 1991

Author:Fred Toole
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 258 (avg 1.35)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 8, XRef: 1
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1. Rim : EDGE
5. Pindaric poems : ODES
9. Robin Hood's Allan-___ : ADALE
14. Paper measure : REAM
15. Unmannerly : RUDE
16. Give in to : DEFER
17. Postmeridian period : AFTERNOON
19. River in a Burns poem : AFTON
20. Hi-fi equipment : STEREOS
21. Compound used in synthetic rubber : STYRENE
23. Gangster's gun : GAT
24. Cee follower : DEE
25. Mine deposits : ORES
26. Late bloomer : ASTER
29. Right a wrong : REDRESS
31. College cheers : RAHS
32. Gear part : COG
33. TV anchorman : RATHER
36. ___ de France : ILE
37. Scud destroyer : PATRIOT
39. "___ pro nobis" : ORA
40. Town in Conn. : DARIEN
42. Timetable abbr. : ARR
43. Year in Louis VII's reign : MCLI
44. Fencer's call : ENGARDE
46. Made bread : BAKED
47. Kipling's "To ___, a bone . . . " : ARAG
49. Actress Grant : LEE
50. Dracula's enemy : SUN
51. Give new energy to : REFRESH
53. Street: Ger. : STRASSE
57. Lute of India : SITAR
58. Lingering luminescence : AFTERGLOW
60. "And ___ grow on" : ONETO
61. Fly high : SOAR
62. Ireland, to Gaels : EIRE
63. Nostrils : NARES
64. On this earth : HERE
65. Box : SPAR
1. Ages : ERAS
2. Dexterous : DEFT
3. Fence feature : GATE
4. Comes forth : EMERGES
5. "Believe It ___" : ORNOT
6. Couples : DUOS
7. Nigerian native : EDO
8. Felt : SENSED
9. TV's "Queen for ___" : ADAY
10. Thaw : DEFROST
11. Earthquake "echo" : AFTERSHOCK
12. Sierra ___, Africa : LEONE
13. Sea eagles : ERNES
18. Bring up : REAR
22. Intense fear : TERROR
24. Lower : DEGRADE
26. Desertlike : ARID
27. Hacienda room : SALA
28. Subsequently : THEREAFTER
29. Decay : ROT
30. Consume : EAT
32. Kiel and Suez : CANALS
34. Writer Gardner : ERLE
35. Sortie : RAID
37. Short dowel : PEG
38. Anger : IRE
41. Thankless one : INGRATE
43. Runs : MANAGES
45. Go over again : REHASH
46. Duel winner: 1804 : BURR
47. Flaming crime : ARSON
48. Isabel was one : REINA
50. Cubic meter : STERE
52. Greek god of love : EROS
53. Luminary : STAR
54. Error : SLIP
55. Carolina rail : SORA
56. Pitcher : EWER
59. Hamilton, to 46 Down : FOE

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