New York Times, Friday, March 3, 1989

Author: Robert Katz
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { J K Q V X Y }, Scrabble score: 273 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0
Robert Katz has 73 pre-Shortz puzzles and 3 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1989, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Ordered : BADE
5. Washed out : FADED
10. Fad : MODE
14. Change for a fiver : ONES
15. Verona's river : ADIGE
16. World's most prolific author? : ANON
17. Writer Claude ___ : ANET
18. Talking at tedious length : LONGWINDED
20. Iterates : REPEATS
22. The Pointer Sisters, e.g. : SINGERS
23. Regale : FETE
24. Building addition : ELL
25. Kind of almanac : FARMERS
28. Beliefs : CREEDS
31. Peak in Colo. : UTE
32. Its capital is Katmandu : NEPAL
34. Tire part : TREAD
36. Short distance : STEP
38. Carnegie was one : DONOR
40. Bristle : SETA
41. Magnitudes : SIZES
43. Prongs : TINES
45. Darts-game locale : PUB
46. Jai-alai baskets : CESTAS
48. Steep slopes : ESCARPS
50. "___ Lin," Scottish ballad : TAM
51. "One word in your ___ plague and madness!": Shak. : EARO
52. Jaundice : ICTERUS
56. Torments : HARROWS
59. Engage in a dorm prank : SHORTSHEET
61. Okla. Indian : OTOE
62. Describing Tonto's pal : LONE
63. Tidal bore : EAGRE
64. Wheeler or Lahr : BERT
65. Washstand item : EWER
66. Item less puissant than a pen : SWORD
67. Accretes : ADDS
1. Male guinea pig : BOAR
2. Boleyn : ANNE
3. Cold storage : DEEPFREEZE
4. Think highly of : ESTEEM
5. Stumbled : FALTERED
6. Hubbubs : ADOS
7. Hubbub : DIN
8. Roe : EGGS
9. More moist, as flowers at dawn : DEWIER
10. Ironers : MANGLERS
11. Wave, in a mer : ONDE
12. Mover and shaker : DOER
13. Terminates : ENDS
19. Ria : INLET
21. Egyptian sun disk : ATEN
25. Stir : FUSS
26. Athenian : ATTIC
27. What the leopard can't alter : SPOTS
28. Chip off the old block? : CLONE
29. Firmly embedded : DEEPROOTED
30. ___ and took notice : SATUP
33. Violinist Kavafian : ANI
35. Flounders : DABS
37. Gadfly : PESTERER
39. Changed one's location at the theater : RESEATED
42. Originate : START
44. Cicatrix : SCAR
47. Diverts : AMUSES
49. Spanish weight unit : ARROBA
52. One of the Skerries : ISLE
53. Grub : CHOW
54. Timbre : TONE
55. Josh Billings's real surname : SHAW
56. Mister, in Munich : HERR
57. Information : WORD
58. Matched pairs : SETS
60. Part of the psyche : EGO

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