New York Times, Monday, March 30, 1992

Author: Mary S. Snyder
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 44, Avg Word Len: 4.76, Missing: { F J Q V W }, Scrabble score: 278 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 65, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 5, XRef: 1
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© 1992, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Churchman's deg. : STD
4. Imitated : APED
8. Luggage piece : GRIP
12. Battle site: Sept. 10, 1813 : ERIE
14. Long skirts, for short : MAXIS
16. Sprint : RACE
17. Vegetable to string? : PEARLONION
19. On the Ligurian : ASEA
20. Patty Hearst's alias : TANIA
21. Done with excessive effort : STRAINED
23. Part of a poem : STANZA
25. Bankbook info : INT
26. Hibernia : EMERALDISLE
33. Lumberman's tool : ADZ
36. Valleys : DALES
37. Walking ___ (elated) : ONAIR
38. Blockhead : CLOD
40. Big laughs : HAHAS
42. Tars' drink : GROG
43. Bike parts : AXLES
45. British nursemaids : NANAS
47. Mythical princess : INO
48. Type of terrapin : DIAMONDBACK
50. Stout : ALE
51. Occult doctrine: Var. : KABALA
56. Voracious shark : MANEATER
61. More factual : TRUER
62. Shortening : LARD
63. She married Al Jolson : RUBYKEELER
65. Teen-age outbreak : ACNE
66. Gem : STONE
67. Asta's mistress : NORA
68. One of the Princetonians : COED
69. Homophone for scene : SEEN
70. Draft org. : SSS
1. Family branches : SEPTS
2. Wine and dine : TREAT
3. Actress Rigg : DIANA
4. I love: Lat. : AMO
5. Criticizes severely : PANS
6. Sign in a theater : EXIT
7. Memorable couturier : DIOR
8. Philanthropist's activity : GRANTING
9. Make incised marks : RASE
10. ___ tea : ICED
11. Pod occupant : PEA
13. Name for 26 Across : ERIN
15. Slug's cousin : SNAIL
18. Lolled : LAZED
22. ___-European : INDO
24. Oriental nursemaid : AMAH
27. African antelope : ELAND
28. Restore, for short : REHAB
29. Yoga posture : ASANA
30. Hindu wear : SARI
31. Feted one : LION
32. Hence : ERGO
33. W. Point, e.g. : ACAD
34. Half of MCXXII : DLXI
35. Author of "Vérité" : ZOLA
39. Gave an ultimatum : DEMANDED
41. Discharge : SACK
44. Dover ___ : SOLE
46. Execute an axel : SKATE
49. Comes close : NEARS
52. English gun : BREN
53. Kin of an oboe : AULOS
54. Lascivious looks : LEERS
55. Wall hanging : ARRAS
56. Egyptian cotton : MACO
57. "Comus" composer : ARNE
58. Disapproving words : TUTS
59. Central American tree : EBOE
60. ___ Duren, former pitcher : RYNE
62. Sealing-wax ingredient : LAC
64. Actor Olin : KEN

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