New York Times, Thursday, February 7, 1991

Author:Jean M. Hunt
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 44, Avg Word Len: 4.76, Missing: { J Q V X }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 59, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
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Across Down
1. Bric-a-___ : BRAC
5. Wane : ABATE
10. Tennyson crossed it: 1892 : BAR
13. Injury, to Caesar : MALUM
15. Le Louvre, e.g. : MUSEE
16. Raul Julia TV role : ARI
17. Money : WHEREWITHAL
19. She wrote "Solar Barque" : NIN
20. Ridicule : ROAST
21. Aroused : WAKED
23. One does this with money : SPENDS
25. Fossil resin : COPAL
26. Makes reparation : ATONES
27. Visigoth king : ALARIC
29. Winter pear : BOSC
30. Gorge : CHASM
31. Dernier ___ : CRI
34. Type of chair : EASY
35. A 1929 event involving money : CRASH
36. Comestibles : FOOD
37. Line on an A.A.A. map : RTE
38. Soothing word : THERE
39. York river : OUSE
40. Tirade : SCREED
42. Pulitzer Prize novelist: 1931 : BARNES
44. "___ in the Dark," 1964 film : ASHOT
45. Singers Bonnie and John : RAITTS
46. Mirador : ORIEL
47. Doughboy's ally : POILU
48. Half brother of William I : ODO
49. Money : LEGALTENDER
55. Buddhist sect : ZEN
56. Happify : ELATE
57. American Revolutionary patriot : DEANE
58. Abstract being : ENS
59. Liturgies : RITES
60. One-horse carriage : SHAY
1. Yuppie's auto : BMW
2. Fall call : RAH
3. Pub potable : ALE
4. Money : CURRENCY
5. Wrong : AMISS
6. Target : BUTT
7. Tree of the olive family : ASH
8. Type of bag : TEA
9. A nematode : EELWORM
10. Money : BANKACCOUNT
11. A satellite of Uranus : ARIEL
12. Peel : RIND
14. "Give ___ Hour": Friml : MEONE
18. Large sums of money : WADS
22. Bee: Comb. form : API
23. Ermine in summer : STOAT
24. Money, etc. : POSSESSIONS
25. Money : CASH
26. But, in Bonn : ABER
27. Beatles' "___ Day's Night" : AHARD
28. Emit amplified light : LASE
30. Canadian Indian : CREE
32. Gilroy's "Subject" : ROSES
33. Fishy date? : IDES
35. Lemon operating in Detroit : CHET
36. Masses of money : FORTUNES
38. Piscatory rover : TROLLER
41. Role in "Evita" : CHE
42. Lure : BAIT
43. Had the flu : AILED
44. She was Miss Brooks : ARDEN
45. Romeo and Juliet, e.g. : ROLES
46. Seep : OOZE
47. Ceramist's paste : PATE
50. Samuel's mentor : ELI
51. Ship's channel : GAT
52. Burmese knife : DAH
53. Queen before Sophia : ENA
54. Juan Carlos I, e.g. : REY

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