New York Times, Friday, February 14, 1992

Author: Michael A. Rampino
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 5.00, Missing: { F J Q X }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 78, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
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© 1992, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Girasol : OPAL
5. Memorable producer of Shakespeare in the Park : PAPP
9. Glut : SATE
13. Shaver : RAZOR
15. Melville book : OMOO
16. Implore : PRAY
17. "___ Like Yours . . . ": Martha and the Vandellas song : ALOVE
18. Ancient mariner : SALT
19. Berne's river : AARE
20. Crosby hit: 1934 : LOVETHYNEIGHBOR
23. Woo : SUE
24. Lovers : AMORISTS
25. "Ad astra per ___" (Kan. motto) : ASPERA
28. One ___ million : INA
29. Chopin's homeland : POLAND
30. Shavetail inst. : OCS
31. Emulated Leander : SWAM
35. Blind members : SLATS
36. Some bank accts. : CDS
37. Actress Oberon : MERLE
38. Ages and ages : EONS
39. Deg. Wilson earned : PHD
40. Violinist Jaime ___ : LAREDO
41. Before: Prefix : PRE
42. Heretofore, to Byron : ERENOW
43. Ardent feelings : PASSIONS
48. Médoc, e.g. : VIN
49. Motto for Valentine's Day? : OMNIAVINCITAMOR
54. Charge a gun : LOAD
55. Olive-tree genus : OLEA
56. Put on a pedestal : ADORE
57. One of four Evangelists : LUKE
58. Thick slice : SLAB
59. Inclines : LEANS
60. Galena and magnetite : ORES
61. Spreads mown grass : TEDS
62. Do not omit : STET
1. Nuncupative : ORAL
2. Stick, in Sevilla : PALO
3. Small Russian sea : AZOV
4. Settees : LOVESEATS
5. Nosegay : POSY
6. ___ Society of Iowa : AMANA
7. Art of disputation : POLEMICS
8. Philters : POTIONS
9. Turkish cavalryman : SPAHI
10. Saracens, e.g. : ARABS
11. Mystic card : TAROT
12. Oglers : EYERS
14. Revenues : RETURNS
21. ___ over heels : HEAD
22. Irish sweetheart : GRA
25. Church area : APSE
26. Unaccompanied : SOLO
27. Scheme : PLAN
30. Peculiar : ODD
31. Courtship songs : SERENADES
32. St. Paul's Cathedral architect : WREN
33. Actor Ray : ALDO
34. Mehitabel's plaint : MEOW
36. Bedspread fabric : CHENILLE
37. Kind of bliss : MARITAL
39. Military police officer : PROVOST
40. Author of "Christ Stopped at Eboli" : LEVI
41. A daughter of Ingrid : PIA
43. Chicken, in Calabria : POLLO
44. ___ propre (self-esteem) : AMOUR
45. Move sinuously : SNAKE
46. Bodies of partisans : SIDES
47. Golf's Sam or J. C. ___ : SNEAD
50. Truck drivers' compartments : CABS
51. Castle ditch : MOAT
52. Writer Sarah ___ Jewett : ORNE
53. Rhythmic silence in music : REST

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