New York Times, Tuesday, March 30, 1993

Author:Joy L. Wouk
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
Joy L. Wouk has 124 pre-Shortz puzzles and 9 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Taken ___ (surprised) : ABACK
6. Very dry, as champagne : BRUT
10. Telephone man : BELL
14. Island west of Maui : LANAI
15. Author Jaffe : RONA
16. Pierre's girlfriend : AMIE
17. In the least : ATALL
18. Nobility, in Bonn : ADEL
19. Relinquish : CEDE
20. Joint account? : COMMONWEALTH
23. Low joint : KNEE
24. Showily stylish : FLOSSY
25. Gratuity : TIP
28. Some RR's : ELS
29. "And ___ voice from heaven . . . ": Rev. 14:2 : IHEARDA
31. U.S. painter: 1871-1951 : SLOAN
35. Architect I. M. ___ : PEI
36. Half of CVI : LIII
37. Dupe on a train? : PASSENGERPIGEON
41. Tamarisk : ATLE
42. A Dadaist : ARP
43. Menu : CARTE
44. Garrick's milieu : THEATRE
46. Route : WAY
48. Poetic contraction : EER
49. Pencil-box item : ERASER
51. Hillside, to Burns : BRAE
55. Criminal siblings? : BROTHERHOODS
57. Brunch, e.g. : MEAL
60. Humorist Artemus ___ : WARD
61. Cereal disease : ERGOT
62. Exchange premium : AGIO
63. Fencing sword : EPEE
64. Habituate : ENURE
65. Flop on Broadway : BOMB
66. ___ Foxx, late comedian : REDD
67. Parts of hammerheads : PEENS
1. Partner of alas : ALACK
2. Mehta waves it : BATON
3. "What's in ___?": Shak. : ANAME
4. Quiet, in Calais : CALME
5. Metric measure : KILO
6. Rows : BRAWLS
7. Copland opus : RODEO
8. Less relaxed : UNEASIER
9. "And all I ask is a ___ . . . ": Masefield : TALLSHIP
10. Johann Sebastian ___ : BACH
11. Scottish uncle : EME
12. Cover : LID
13. Shelter : LEE
21. Packers' org. : NFL
22. Nautical chain : TYE
25. City on the Mosel : TRIER
26. Dostoyevsky work, with "The" : IDIOT
27. "Common Sense" author : PAINE
28. Chemical ending : ENE
30. Water plant : ALGA
31. Flash flood : SPATE
32. Wood shaper : LATHE
33. Famed Canadian doctor : OSLER
34. On the Coral : ASEA
35. Vigor : PEP
38. More limited : NARROWER
39. Gorilla, e.g. : GREATAPE
40. Gelid : ICY
45. ___ Borch, Dutch painter : TER
46. Did a garden job : WEEDED
47. Info at J.F.K. : ARR
50. Fragment : SHRED
51. Carried : BORNE
52. Scoundrel : ROGUE
53. Embellish : ADORN
54. Adlai's running mate: 1956 : ESTES
55. Splash of color : BLOB
56. Dickens's Uriah : HEEP
57. Fairy queen : MAB
58. Self : EGO
59. Goal : AIM

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