New York Times, Saturday, February 6, 1993

Author: Bryant White
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.34, Missing: { Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 275 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 74, Cheaters: 12, FITB: 6, XRef: 0
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© 1993, The New York Times
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1. John Paul II's tenure : POPEDOM
8. "___ diva," Bellini aria : CASTA
13. Medium : AVERAGE
14. Ten-point types : ELITES
15. Piers : JETTIES
16. Pantheon priests : FLAMENS
17. Soviet workers' cooperative : ARTEL
18. Smoked meat : CURED
20. Actress ___ Dawn Chong : RAE
21. Caen corn : MAIS
22. Type of button : PANIC
23. Delivered : SENT
24. TV alien : ALF
25. Noted French glass-vase designer : GALLE
26. Ocelots have lots of these : SPOTS
27. Navigator's aid : LORAN
29. Prefix with pose : INTER
31. Well-known forces : GOODANDEVIL
34. Empty : BLANK
35. Sampras and Fountain : PETES
37. "Aftermath" author and family : HABES
40. Blake subject : TIGER
42. By way of : VIA
44. Epinicia : ODES
45. Neighbors of radii : ULNAE
46. Fortitude : SAND
47. Canaille : MOB
48. Shorthand system : GREGG
49. Baccarat declaration : BANCO
50. Certain chicken : BROILER
52. Farmer : GRANGER
54. Madden might analyze it : REPLAY
55. Bull's-eye, e.g. : LANTERN
56. Gaul's chariot : ESSED
57. Bonuses at concerts : ENCORES
1. "The ___ Game," Day film : PAJAMA
2. Including everything : OVERALL
3. What shysters do : PETTIFOG
4. Lithographs by a Russian-born artist : ERTES
5. Ireland's lower house : DAIL
6. Haitian national hero : OGE
7. Small cactus : MESCAL
8. Accoutered : CLAD
9. Goal : AIM
10. Kind of camera : STEREO
11. Anne Brontë's "The ___ of Wildfell Hall" : TENANT
12. Property and cash : ASSETS
14. "Monopoly" co. : ELEC
16. Quaker, to Quaker : FRIEND
19. Separating a chain : UNLINKING
22. Bearcat : PANDA
23. Spar for a leg-of-mutton sail : SPRIT
25. London lockups : GAOLS
26. Cleave : SEVER
28. Galabias : ROBES
30. Fox's home : TEPEE
32. Crown or surroyal : ANTLER
33. Town in Norway : LEVANGER
36. Genuine : SINCERE
37. Guy : HOMBRE
38. Loves greatly : ADORES
39. Jazz styles : BEBOPS
41. Flock of geese : GAGGLE
43. Embellishes : ADORNS
45. Deuterium's discoverer : UREY
46. ___ Domingo : SANTO
48. Happy : GLAD
49. Judge's bench : BANC
51. ___ de France : ILE
53. Aegir's wife : RAN

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