New York Times, Friday, March 6, 1992

Author: Bryant White
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 5.29, Missing: { F J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 276 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 14, FITB: 7, XRef: 0
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1. Shipworm : BORER
6. Impassive : STOIC
11. "And upon a cherub ___": Psa. 18:10 : HERODE
12. Jewish laws : TORAHS
14. Altered in form : MUTATED
15. Loosely woven cotton fabric : ETAMINE
17. Island group at Galway Bay : ARANS
18. Showery month : APRIL
20. F.D.R. was one: 1928-32 : GOV
21. Fortitude : GRIT
22. Movie house: Sp. : CINE
23. Persian gazelle : CORA
24. Novelist Fleming : IAN
25. Sicilian volcano : AETNA
27. Summary of principles : CREED
28. Breaks a wedding vow : CHEATSON
30. Brilliantly colored fish : WRASSE
31. Food : NUTRITION
33. Natives of Jim Hogg County, e.g. : TEXANS
36. Directives : PRECEPTS
40. Tarkington's "___ Adams" : ALICE
41. Disaccustoms : WEANS
42. Mao's successor : HUA
43. Hookah : PIPE
44. "Shane" man : LADD
45. Gossip : DIRT
46. Suffix with boy or girl : ISH
47. Zoroastrian : PARSI
48. Two-wheeled carriage : SULKY
49. Rare element in platinum ores : RHODIUM
51. Jeering one : TAUNTER
53. ___-camp : AIDEDE
54. Planetarium : ORRERY
55. Erased : DELED
56. Base-stealing leader: 1952 : REESE
1. Alkaloid used in medicine : BETAINE
2. Praying female figure : ORANT
3. Erodes : ROTS
4. Town near Arnheim : EDE
5. Diaskeuast : REDACTOR
6. Breastbones : STERNA
7. A memorable Fields : TOTIE
8. Actinal : ORAL
9. "___ the Walrus," Beatles tune : IAM
10. Tropical fleas : CHIGOES
11. Fanfare : HURRAH
13. Blows Z's : SNORES
14. Merlin's medium : MAGIC
16. Dodge : EVADE
19. Seals and walruses : PINNIPEDS
23. Rail's relative : CRANE
25. In harmony : ATUNE
26. Manors, for short : ESTS
27. Gators' cousins : CROCS
29. Has ___ up one's sleeve : ANACE
30. Physics Nobelist: 1911 : WIEN
32. Early Christian informer : TRADITOR
33. An ungulate : TAPIR
34. Hebrew prophet : ELISHA
35. Sword-shaped : XIPHOID
37. Love potion : PHILTRE
38. Flop : TURKEY
39. Brown and gray butterfly : SATYR
41. ___ up to (became genial) : WARMED
44. Summa cum ___ : LAUDE
45. Saharan sights : DUNES
47. Skin, in Sonora : PIEL
48. Certain : SURE
50. E.T.O. head : DDE
52. Land measure : ARE

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