New York Times, Tuesday, March 19, 1991

Author:Joy L. Wouk
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 65, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Joy L. Wouk has 124 pre-Shortz puzzles and 9 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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1. Sentry's word : HALT
5. Bucks, e.g. : HES
8. Japanese beverage : SAKE
12. Graceful tree : ITEA
13. Aleutian island : ATTU
15. Kind of energy : SOLAR
16. Actions taken by hot-dogs : GRANDSTANDPLAYS
19. Pivot : HINGE
20. Muslim deity : ALLAH
21. Concorde, e.g. : SST
22. Lexicographer's abbr. : OBS
24. Pry : LEVER
26. Onager : ASS
29. Calif.'s Big ___ : SUR
31. Type of shaving-cream container : AEROSOL
35. Clock sound : TICK
37. Lascivious look : LEER
39. With great coldness : ICILY
40. Shirley Temple film: 1934 : STANDUPANDCHEER
43. Famed Swiss mathematician : EULER
44. Teacher of Heifetz : AUER
45. Bacchanal's cry : EVOE
46. Looms or seems : APPEARS
48. Soc. entrant : DEB
50. Sinuous letter : ESS
51. Flash flood : SPATE
53. Was successful : WON
55. Viper : ASP
58. "South Pacific" role : EMILE
60. Projecting foundation piece : SOCLE
64. Whence rahs emanate : CHEERINGSECTION
67. Funds : MONEY
68. Yawn : GAPE
69. "L'___ c'est moi" : ETAT
70. Pitcher : EWER
71. Deli bread : RYE
72. British sand hill : DENE
1. "___ Tor," Anderson play : HIGH
2. Longfellow town : ATRI
3. Like Cassius : LEAN
4. "Last ___ in Paris," Brando film : TANGO
5. Owns : HAS
6. Kett of comics : ETTA
7. Booth : STALL
8. The sun, to Seneca : SOL
9. "Woe is me!" : ALAS
10. Actress Francis et al. : KAYS
11. Formerly, formerly : ERST
14. Ignorant : UNLEARNED
15. Globular : SPHERIC
17. Five-time also-ran : DEBS
18. Baseball's Winfield : DAVE
23. "Star Trek" navigator : SULU
25. Rock, in Rouen : ROCHE
26. Bewildered : ATSEA
27. No-hands exercise : SITUP
28. Hair carrier : SCALP
30. Gluing again : REPASTING
32. Strainer : SIEVE
33. Butter substitutes : OLEOS
34. Instruments for Erato and Hermes : LYRES
36. Joints for genuflecting : KNEES
38. ___ de Cologne : EAU
41. Loose clothing : DRAPERY
42. Actor John: 1853-1927 : DREW
47. Branches : RAMI
49. Winter pear : BOSC
52. "Pomp and Circumstance" composer : ELGAR
54. Eminent : NOTED
55. Peak : ACME
56. Display : SHOW
57. Painter Guy ___ du Bois : PENE
59. Descry : ESPY
61. Quote : CITE
62. Bank offering : LOAN
63. Being, in Granada : ENTE
65. Poetic contraction : EER
66. Shoe width : EEE

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