New York Times, Monday, March 22, 1993

Author: Martha J. DeWitt
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.74, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 264 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 61, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
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Across Down
1. Angelico or Lippo Lippi : FRA
4. Embarrass : ABASH
9. Concerning : ASTO
13. Has la grippe : AILS
15. N.K.V.D. chief, once : BERIA
16. Tuck away : STOW
17. Gin drink : TOMCOLLINS
19. ___ qua non (necessity) : SINE
20. Go hungry : STARVE
21. Lanced : SPEARED
23. Ghostly : EERIE
26. Ado : STIR
27. Entertainer Cherilyn LaPiere : CHER
29. Morse dash designator : DAH
31. Get away : ELUDE
34. Ziegfeld : FLO
35. Manmade fabric : DACRON
38. Nimble : SPRY
39. Part of E.E.N.T. : EAR
40. Screwdriver fruits : ORANGES
42. Bk. of the Bible : COR
43. Basic Latin infinitive : ESSE
45. Part of a battlement : CRENEL
46. Exploit : USE
47. " . . . stays ___ couriers . . . " : THESE
49. Actress Joanne : DRU
50. Vipers : ASPS
52. Come to a halt : STOP
54. U.S. unit : STATE
56. Mornings, in Madrid : MANANAS
59. Read : PERUSE
63. Foster a felon : ABET
64. Sweetened, carbonated drink : GINGERBEER
67. Mallet : MACE
68. Bellowing : AROAR
69. Refuse material : SLAG
70. Solicits : ASKS
71. Lizards' cousins : NEWTS
72. Some Chi trains : ELS
1. Domino or Waller : FATS
2. Civil commotion : RIOT
3. Mater's beginner : ALMA
4. More qualified : ABLER
5. ___ canto : BEL
6. Jackie's second : ARI
7. Transgressions : SINS
8. Door catches : HASPS
9. Attacks : ASSAILS
10. Farewell drink : STIRRUPCUP
11. Hue : TONE
12. Was obligated : OWED
14. Heap of stones : SCREE
18. Carry to excess : OVERDO
22. Hot season in St.-Lô : ETE
24. Driver's lic., often : IDCARD
25. Family supporters : EARNERS
27. Conflict with : CLASH
28. Bourbon drink : HORSESNECK
30. Truffle : HOGNUT
32. Scoria : DROSS
33. Salt lake in S Australia : EYRE
34. Iambs : FEET
36. Rainbow : ARC
37. Betty Ford, ___ Bloomer : NEE
41. Roofer specialist : SLATER
44. Demesnes : ESTATES
48. Very long time : EON
51. Belgrade denizens : SERBS
53. Heathen : PAGAN
55. Mimics : APERS
56. "I Remember ___" : MAMA
57. Down with, in Dijon : ABAS
58. "Your Majesty" : SIRE
60. River in Zaire : UELE
61. Secure tightly : SEAL
62. Work units : ERGS
65. Present time : NOW
66. Weapon for Capone : GAT

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