New York Times, Thursday, March 28, 1991

Author:Christopher Page
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 41, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { F J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 252 (avg 1.37)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 7, XRef: 0 Grid has super symmetry.
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Across Down
1. Put back on the market : RESOLD
7. Neb. river : PLATTE
13. More maudlin : MUSHIER
14. Cow catchers : LARIATS
16. Whim : IMPULSE
17. Footstool : OTTOMAN
18. Minor argument : SPAT
19. Mrs. Bunker : EDITH
21. Heroic tale : SAGA
22. Turf : SOD
23. Capone weapon : GAT
24. Tirana money : LEK
25. "Woe is me!" : ALAS
27. Fur-bearing carnivore : GENET
29. Nothing more than : MERE
30. Comedian Jerry and family : LESTERS
32. Topples a king : DEPOSES
34. NOW aim : ERA
35. Realty unit : LOT
36. Romanian-born playwright : IONESCO
40. Of heat : CALORIC
44. Abandon : DROP
45. "King Olaf" composer : ELGAR
47. Opulent, in Oviedo : RICO
48. Freudian concerns : IDS
49. Morse-code word : DIT
50. Seaport in northeast It. : VEN
51. Clydesdale fodder : OATS
53. Comedian Ole ___ : OLSEN
55. Painter Georges ___ Tour : DELA
56. Name in a famed Supreme Court case : MIRANDA
58. New Brunswick's river : RARITAN
60. Ignored insultingly : SNUBBED
61. Noted : EMINENT
62. Viscous : SMEARY
63. Take into account : REGARD
1. "___ of the Bailey," TV mystery series : RUMPOLE
2. Swords, in Toledo : ESPADAS
3. Close : SHUT
4. Source of Abu Dhabi's wealth : OIL
5. ___ majesté : LESE
6. Deepens a channel : DREDGES
7. Schemed : PLOTTED
8. Slat : LATH
9. Frick content : ART
10. Uruguayan uncles : TIOS
11. Cantina fare : TAMALES
12. What-not : ETAGERE
13. Church book : MISSAL
15. Krait and fer-de-lance : SNAKES
20. Actor McKellen : IAN
26. Immerse : STEEP
27. Elegance of form : GRACE
28. Of bodily tissue : TELAR
29. Drive : MOTOR
31. Sounds of hesitation : ERS
33. Vet on the hustings : POL
36. Characteristic styles : IDIOMS
37. Decrees : ORDAINS
38. Quack medicine : NOSTRUM
39. ___ of Threadneedle St. (Bank of England) : OLDLADY
40. Vital participant in wedding planning : CATERER
41. Shipyard worker : RIVETER
42. Reykjavik's nation : ICELAND
43. President of Harvard: 1933-53 : CONANT
46. U.S. soldiers : GIS
52. "¿Quién ___?" : SABE
53. ___-Neisse Line : ODER
54. Montague, e.g. : NAME
55. Actress Merrill : DINA
57. Pistons' org. : NBA
59. Tackle : RIG

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