New York Times, Saturday, February 27, 1993

Author:Bryant White
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { Q }, Scrabble score: 313 (avg 1.64)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 9, XRef: 0
Bryant White has 11 pre-Shortz puzzles and 28 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Variant of Hindustani : URDU
5. Sacra Romana ___ : ROTA
9. Dispatch : HASTE
14. Stalk in a marsh : REED
15. Mild yellow cheese : EDAM
16. Sacrificial place : ALTAR
17. Electromagnetic unit : ABCOULOMB
19. Tombaugh's discovery : PLUTO
20. Tenor Slezak : LEO
21. A Zoroastrian : PARSI
22. Short notes : LINES
23. Ernest Lehman products : SCRIPTS
25. Von Stroheim classic : GREED
27. Winner's letter : VEE
28. Deprive of bones : DEOSSIFY
31. Earthy clay : OCHER
34. Some singles : BUNTS
35. ___ wolf (pirate) : SEA
36. Followers of phis : CHIS
37. Prickly pear : NOPAL
38. Fomalhaut, e.g. : STAR
39. ___ Mahal : TAJ
40. TV image's smallest element : PIXEL
41. "Beau ___" : GESTE
42. Scorpion, for one : ARACHNID
44. "East of Eden" protagonist : CAL
45. Emulate Columbo : CROON
46. Cherrystone, e.g. : MOLLUSK
50. Black tea : PEKOE
52. Potter's vitreous layer : GLAZE
54. Three-way joint : TEE
55. Supped at home : ATEIN
56. Shielding : DEFENSIVE
58. Actress Garber : TERRI
59. A ___ apple : ASIN
60. Alt. : ELEV
61. Hupmobile contemporary : ESSEX
62. Affirmative votes : YEAS
63. Sergeant's "As you ___" : WERE
1. Eurasian range : URALS
2. Old stringed instrument : REBEC
3. Ambience factor : DECOR
4. Japanese plant : UDO
5. Be simpatico : RELATE
6. These make scents : ODORS
7. Fife caps : TAMS
8. ___ hyperbola (Newtonian phrase) : AMBIGENAL
9. Unfortunate : HAPLESS
10. Axis foes : ALLIES
11. Pious Russian Protestants : STUNDISTS
12. London gallery : TATE
13. A son of Aphrodite : EROS
18. ___ crust (elite) : UPPER
24. Currier's partner : IVES
26. North African weight : ROTL
28. Tricked : DUPED
29. Exploit : FEAT
30. Manageable, as a ship : YARE
31. Eight: Comb. form : OCTA
32. Red-bellied trout : CHAR
33. Certain terrorists : HIJACKERS
34. December 26 in Canada : BOXINGDAY
37. Boy, in Barcelona : NINO
38. Vend : SELL
40. A symbol of immortality : PHOENIX
41. Famed Greek physician : GALEN
43. To believe, in Brest : CROIRE
44. Defrauds : COZENS
46. Clique : MAFIA
47. Practical : UTILE
48. Lop off : SEVER
49. Brewer's mash tub : KEEVE
50. Cracker spread : PATE
51. Opposites of hivers : ETES
53. ___-majesté : LESE
57. Emulate Dorcas : SEW

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