New York Times, Wednesday, March 24, 1993

Author: Jeanette K. Brill
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 282 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
Jeanette K. Brill has 79 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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1. Start of a bon mot : YOUTH
6. Capitol Hill gp. : REPS
10. Trudge : PLOD
14. Ink for une plume : ENCRE
15. "___ Ideas" : IGET
16. Napoleon won here: 1796 : LODI
17. Blessed, in Bonn : SELIG
18. ___ pear (avocado) : ALLIGATOR
20. Bon mot: Part 2 : ISAGIFTOFNATURE
22. Certain horse : ROAN
23. Daly's TV partner : GLESS
24. Come into sight : APPEAR
28. Mortgage : LIEN
29. Roentgen images : XRAYS
30. Dutch genre painter : STEEN
32. Bon mot: Part 3 : BUT
35. Traditional knowledge : LORE
36. Part of M-G-M : MAYER
37. Choreographer Tommy : TUNE
38. Palindromic animal : EWE
39. More wan : PALER
40. Waldorf, e.g. : SALAD
41. Lack : WANT
42. Metrical foot : IAMBUS
43. Plant pest : APHID
45. Injury : HARM
47. End of the bon mot : AGEISAWORKOFART
53. Provisional : TENTATIVE
54. Esteem : VALUE
55. Movie pioneer : INCE
56. Fall setting : EDEN
57. Enoch or Eve : ARDEN
58. St.-Lô neighbor : CAEN
59. Author ___ Roche : DELA
60. Interprets : READS
1. "___ Can": S. Davis Jr. : YESI
2. Individuals : ONES
3. Abdul-Jabbar's alma mater : UCLA
4. Branch of math : TRIG
5. Fugitives' journeys : HEGIRAS
6. Lariat : RIATA
7. Fat king of Moab : EGLON
8. Riches : PELF
9. More penurious : STINGIER
10. Typewriter roller : PLATEN
11. Plant inducing forgetfulness : LOTUS
12. Smells : ODORS
13. Extreme : DIRE
19. Early Greek physician : GALEN
21. Pro : FOR
24. Chassis shaft : AXLE
25. Ship's bow : PROW
26. Remove outer skin : PARE
27. Word with lid or drop : EYE
28. Lascivious look : LEER
30. Preserve, in a way : SALT
31. Nautical chain : TYE
32. Onion or hyacinth : BULB
33. Two-toed sloth : UNAU
34. Shawn and Mack : TEDS
36. Ordered : MANDATED
37. Soft headwear : TAM
39. Pakistani coin : PAISA
40. Urn for tea : SAMOVAR
41. Blanch : WHITEN
42. Annoy : IRK
43. Rocket stage : AGENA
44. The "d" in l.s.d. : PENCE
45. Wretched hut : HOVEL
46. Omni or the Forum : ARENA
47. Suffix with emblem : ATIC
48. Shoe designation : WIDE
49. Cab rider : FARE
50. Robert or Alan : ALDA
51. Regretted : RUED
52. Folding money : TENS

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