New York Times, Tuesday, February 5, 1991

Author: Arthur W. Palmer
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 44, Avg Word Len: 4.89, Missing: { J K Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 235 (avg 1.30)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
Arthur W. Palmer has 38 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.
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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "___ Perpetua," Idaho motto : ESTO
5. Felony : THEFT
10. Bundle of cotton : BALE
14. Pole, e.g. : SLAV
15. Sir ___ de Coverley : ROGER
16. Anagram for rein : ERIN
17. Start of a Hamlet soliloquy : TOBE
18. Choleric : IRATE
19. Chief : HEAD
20. Refuses to listen : TURNSADEAFEAR
23. Sci. of plants : BOT
24. Bro's sibling : SIS
25. Shrewd : ASTUTE
28. Testudinates : TURTLES
32. Skyline feature : SPIRE
33. Advice from Julia Child : STIR
35. Long.'s opposite : LAT
36. Shows scorn : TURNSUPONESNOSE
40. Kipling's "Follow Me ___" : OME
41. Gaze intently : PORE
42. More flirty : COYER
43. Most rubicund : REDDEST
46. Taper : CANDLE
47. Scrap for Rover : ORT
48. Geiberger and Capone : ALS
49. Be oblivious : TURNABLINDEYE
56. Helmond role on TV : MONA
57. "Goodnight ___" : IRENE
58. North, in Nice : NORD
60. Dry : ARID
61. Grapevine growth? : RUMOR
62. Positive : SURE
63. Division word : INTO
64. Laurel et al. : STANS
65. Gaelic : ERSE
1. Part of i.e. : EST
2. Keyhole : SLOT
3. Ban : TABU
4. Char the steaks : OVERBURN
5. "Valse ___": Sibelius : TRISTE
6. Caesar's hour : HORA
7. Word from Major Hoople : EGAD
8. Entertain : FETE
9. Stevenson's island : TREASURE
10. Demand : BEHEST
11. Certain code : AREA
12. Deceiver : LIAR
13. "And by opposing ___ them?" Hamlet : END
21. Do, re, mi : NOTES
22. Douglas or balsam : FIR
25. Former fur baron : ASTOR
26. Froth : SPUME
27. Weary : TIRED
28. Antler part : TINE
29. Harold of silents : LLOYD
30. Atelier item : EASEL
31. Cubic meter : STERE
33. Stain : SPOT
34. Rocky peak : TOR
37. Above the ground floor : UPSTAIRS
38. Heat, as milk : SCALD
39. Drivel : NONSENSE
44. El ___, legendary city of riches : DORADO
45. Sea raptor : ERN
46. Chair repairers : CANERS
49. Rent : TORN
50. Army group : UNIT
51. Drier than extra sec : BRUT
52. Former golfing great Tony : LEMA
53. Privy to : INON
54. "Take me to ___ leader" : YOUR
55. Strays : ERRS
56. It's after avril : MAI
59. Actor Billy ___ Williams : DEE

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