Nancy Nicholson Joline
Nancy Nicholson Joline 

New York Times, Saturday, February 24, 1990

Author:Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.50, Missing: { K Z }, Scrabble score: 288 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 12, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
Nancy Nicholson Joline has 61 pre-Shortz puzzles and 48 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1990, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Decrees : FIATS
6. "Hans Brinker" author : DODGE
11. Daffodil's kin : JONQUIL
13. Memorial Stadium regular : ORIOLE
15. Magnify : ENHANCE
16. Substance used in chemical analysis : REAGENT
18. Attempts : STABS
19. Rakes : CASANOVAS
21. Large hall : SALA
22. Exposed : BARED
23. Housewife, in Jerez : AMA
24. Butyl follower : ENE
25. Borgnine's Oscar-winning role : MARTY
26. Word before alligator : LATER
28. Austerlitz's adopted name : ASTAIRE
30. Edible mushrooms : MORELS
31. Off the cuff : EXTEMPORE
33. Famed Cremona violins : AMATIS
36. "Rhinoceros" playwright : IONESCO
39. Units of force : DYNES
40. Nile dam : ASWAN
41. Medieval Czech martyr : HUS
43. Holliday of westerns : DOC
44. Like some flower arrangements : DRIED
45. Actor Dillon : MATT
46. Evanescent : EPHEMERAL
49. Sojourn : TARRY
50. Museum scenic display : DIORAMA
51. Luang Prabang native : LAOTIAN
53. Catherine of ___ : ARAGON
54. Irrigation device : SYRINGE
55. Restrain : STINT
56. "Playboy of the Western World" playwright : SYNGE
1. Roma's ___ di Trevi : FONTANA
2. Takes a puff : INHALES
3. Red Sea gulf : AQABA
4. Wine casks : TUNS
5. "___ 'em!" : SIC
6. Big-band era name : DORSEY
7. Mountain nymph : OREAD
8. Naturalist Fossey : DIAN
9. Galore, with "à" : GOGO
10. Hoist : ELEVATE
11. Father of David : JESSE
12. Smiley's creator : LECARRE
14. Cloisonné, e.g. : ENAMEL
17. Autocrats : TSARS
20. Plant with aromatic foliage : ARTEMISIA
22. Entices : BAITS
25. Certain skirts : MAXIS
26. Signora Ponti : LOREN
27. God imprisoned by the Aloadae : ARES
29. Henri's head : TETE
30. Single-celled organism : MONAD
32. Dick, Eleanor, Jane and William of films : POWELLS
33. Supplementary : ADDED
34. Mr. Magoo's problem : MYOPIA
35. Newscast honchos : ANCHORS
37. "84 ___ Cross Road," 1987 film : CHARING
38. Indignity : OUTRAGE
40. Utter : ARRANT
42. "Gypsy" composer : STYNE
44. Incubus : DEMON
45. Morning, in Marseille : MATIN
47. It was, to Cato : ERAT
48. O. Henry's "The Gift of the ___" : MAGI
49. Disraeli, for one : TORY
52. British Parliament sounds : AYS

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