New York Times, Thursday, March 19, 1992

Author:Mark Blakeburn
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 44, Avg Word Len: 4.64, Missing: { J M X Z }, Scrabble score: 272 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 62, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
Mark Blakeburn has 4 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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© 1992, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Fastened : TIED
5. Hood's knife : SHIV
9. "Volsunga ___" : SAGA
13. Part of a k a : ALSO
14. Eagle rider of myth : ETANA
15. Winged : ALAR
16. Wampum : PEAG
17. Vonnegut novel : CATSCRADLE
19. Teaches : EDUCATES
21. Traversely : ACROSS
22. M.P.'s captive : AWOL
23. Union, in D.C. : STA
24. Middle Eastern bread : PITA
26. H. H. Munro : SAKI
28. Broadway hit inspired by T.S.E. : CATS
32. Imagine : FANCY
33. Fifth sign : LEO
34. Biblical "father" : ABBA
35. Printing meth. : LITH
36. Beget : SPAWN
38. Greek letters : RHOS
39. Anent : INRE
40. ___-and-mouse game : CAT
41. Twigs for grafting : CIONS
42. Anjou or Kieffer : PEAR
43. "My love is like ___ . . . ": Burns : ARED
45. Israeli seaport : ACRE
46. Co. type : LTD
47. Annapolis inst. : USNA
49. A table wine : CLARET
53. Chased feline's activity : SCATTING
57. ___ in pace : REQUIESCAT
59. River to the Caspian : URAL
60. Burden : ONUS
61. Course : ROUTE
62. Steak order : RARE
63. Egyptian god : PTAH
64. Beer-glass topper : SUDS
65. German speed skater : ENKE
1. Record : TAPE
2. "___ Three Lives" : ILED
3. Husband of Judith : ESAU
4. Tabby's friend? : DOGCATCHER
5. French writer and family : STAELS
6. Dicer and tile : HATS
7. Electees : INS
8. Worker's respite : VACATION
9. Mosel feeder : SAAR
10. Gucci or Moro : ALDO
11. Tin Pan Alley females : GALS
12. Brother of Eris : ARES
14. Derm or plasm lead-in : ECTO
18. Org. for Sarnoff : RCA
20. Gone : AWAY
23. Twist : SKEW
24. "Common Sense" author : PAINE
25. Within: Prefix : INTRA
27. Winged : ALATE
28. Exaggerated sketch : CARICATURE
29. Loathe : ABHOR
30. Type of steak : TBONE
31. Brat's rebuttal : SASS
32. Saucy : FLIP
36. Strews : SCATTERS
37. Cowboy's chum : PARD
41. Bevel; tilt : CANT
44. Coins for Shylock : DUCATS
46. Hawaiian garland : LEI
48. Fill up : SATE
49. Jockey's whip : CROP
50. Fast time : LENT
51. Greenish blue : AQUA
52. Cattail : RUSH
53. Target of a Patriot : SCUD
54. Esfahan is here : IRAN
55. British stoolie : NARK
56. Mirth : GLEE
58. Trifle : SOU

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