New York Times, Saturday, February 9, 1991

Author:Jesse Roarke
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { F H J Q W X Y }, Scrabble score: 254 (avg 1.36)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 1, XRef: 0
Jesse Roarke has 48 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. A pueblo dweller : ZUNI
5. A top U.S. admiral in W.W. II : STARK
10. Oboist Goossens : LEON
14. Pumping material : IRON
15. Shinto gateway : TORII
16. Grendel in "Beowulf," e.g. : OGRE
17. Soil-management expert : AGRONOMIST
19. Carriage : MIEN
20. Support for Ben Shahn : EASEL
21. French painter of battle scenes : DETAILLE
23. Type of grape : IVES
25. Divided : RENT
26. Roman chapel : SISTINE
29. One of the vitamin B complex : NIACIN
33. Port of old Spain : PALOS
34. Young Turk : REBEL
37. Swiss canton : URI
38. Bass-baritone Scaria: 1838-86 : EMIL
39. Longed : PINED
40. Chickpea, e.g. : GRAM
41. Much-aired initials : NBC
42. Coloring solution : TONER
43. Valor; virtue : ARETE
44. Ugandan pest : TSETSE
46. Boxes, in a way : ENCASES
48. Meal Kelso loved : OATS
50. Another pueblo dweller : TAOS
51. Spells or tricks in Ayr : CANTRIPS
55. Actuate : IMPEL
58. Tohubohu : RIOT
59. Member of the "cavil-ry"? : COMPLAINER
62. Miler Andersson : ARNE
63. Dote on : ADORE
64. Loser to Louis: 1941 : NOVA
65. Gyle or mum : BEER
66. Another French painter : LEGER
67. Brief look : GLIM
1. Pueblo dweller : ZIA
2. Yen : URGE
3. Ibsen heroine : NORA
4. Kind of alcohol : INOSITOL
5. Purloined : STOLEN
6. Swift, e.g. : TOM
7. Uninspiring : ARID
8. Part of a step : RISER
9. Birthed a feline : KITTENED
10. City south of Los Angeles : LOMITA
11. Krogh of Watergate : EGIL
12. City on the Oka : OREL
13. Goose of Hawaii : NENE
18. Ben ___, Scottish peak : NEVIS
22. Indigo : ANIL
24. Finch : SERIN
26. Depleted : SPENT
27. Metrical feet : IAMBS
28. Rasher : SLICE
30. Preserves : CURES
31. Incensed : IRATE
32. City NW of Arles : NIMES
35. Compass dir. : ENE
36. Basque cap : BERET
39. Like Donne's works : POETICAL
40. Avaricious : GRASPING
42. Ivan or Boris : TSAR
43. Pueblo dweller : ACOMA
45. Reel : TOTTER
47. Carpenter, at times : NAILER
49. Kind of china : SPODE
51. Hermit or king : CRAB
52. Early Irish peer : AIRE
53. Canonical hour : NONE
54. Portmanteau word : SMOG
56. Organic compound : ENOL
57. Matthew's original name : LEVI
60. Before: Prefix : PRE
61. Aries : RAM

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