New York Times, Monday, March 1, 1993

Author: James L. Beatty
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 39, Avg Word Len: 4.89, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 271 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 10, XRef: 0
James L. Beatty has 18 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1993, The New York Times
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1. Maugham's "___ and Ale" : CAKES
6. Smile radiantly : BEAM
10. Maxim : SAW
13. Active : ALIVE
14. Rights org. : ACLU
15. Unit of loudness : SONE
16. One cubic decimeter : LITER
17. Who or which : THAT
18. Radius's companion : ULNA
19. Celsius's partner : FAHRENHEIT
21. Decant : POUR
22. Yuletide : NOEL
23. Sans secrecy : OPENLY
25. Holmes or you : SOLVER
29. Title holder : OWNER
31. Entreaty : PLEA
32. Compos mentis : SANE
34. "Two live ___": T.S.E. : ASONE
38. Parisian ruffians : APACHES
40. Control surface on a plane's wing : AILERON
42. Dark reddish-brown : SEPIA
43. Exasperates : IRKS
45. Pedestal part : DADO
46. Southwestern plain : LLANO
48. Play parts : SCENES
50. Visitor : CALLER
53. Pedro's thirst quencher : AGUA
55. Vicinage : AREA
56. Lecturers : ADDRESSERS
62. Fissure : RIFT
63. Child, in Calcutta : BABA
64. "___ in Paris," 1932 song : APRIL
65. Pierre's noggin : TETE
66. "___ a Song Go . . . " : ILET
67. Thrash : BASTE
68. Actor Ron ___ : ELY
69. Relinquish : CEDE
70. Fed the kitty : ANTED
1. Leg part : CALF
2. Inter ___ : ALIA
3. ___ and kin : KITH
4. Perpetually : EVER
5. Tranquil : SERENE
6. Indulge in balneation : BATHE
7. Level of authority : ECHELON
8. Jai ___ : ALAI
9. Oft-served dish in England : MUTTON
10. Wise lawgiver : SOLON
11. Invalidate : ANNUL
12. Fatigued : WEARY
15. Supplant : SUPERSEDE
20. Swedes' neighbors : NORSE
24. Tintinnabulate : PEAL
25. Mineral springs : SPAS
26. Wine pitcher for Plato : OLPE
27. Bound : LEAP
28. Waver : VACILLATE
30. Frail : WEAK
33. "Pleasure's ___ . . . ": Byron : ASIN
35. Port NW of Mascara : ORAN
36. Protuberance : NODE
37. A grandson of Eve : ENOS
39. Irwin of golf : HALE
41. Part of G.I. : ISSUE
44. Highway foundation : ROADBED
47. Jordanian's language : ARABIC
49. Variety of melon : CASABA
50. ___ blanche : CARTE
51. Shakespearean sprite : ARIEL
52. Southpaw : LEFTY
54. Sound harshly : GRATE
57. Hill's partner : DALE
58. Pair of draft animals : SPAN
59. Once, once : ERST
60. Ceremony : RITE
61. Luge, e.g. : SLED

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