Nancy Nicholson Joline
Nancy Nicholson Joline 

New York Times, Tuesday, April 25, 1989

Author: Nancy Joline
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.74, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 296 (avg 1.60)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 10, XRef: 0, Spans: 4
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© 1989, The New York Times
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1. Japanese wrestling form : SUMO
5. Executes : DOES
9. Baseball's Connie : MACK
13. Girasol : OPAL
14. Aquinas's "___ Theologica" : SUMMA
15. Jai ___ : ALAI
16. Lad of fiction : HOLDENCAULFIELD
19. United : ONE
20. Noggins : BEANS
21. Particulars : ITEMS
22. Tey's "___ Farrar" : BRAT
23. Congou : TEA
24. Lad of fiction : PENRODSCHOFIELD
32. Pelvic bones : ILIA
33. Rows : OARS
34. "Wednesday's child is full of ___" : WOE
35. A neighbor of Thailand : LAOS
36. Borgnine's Oscar-winning role : MARTY
38. Kind of bike or farm : DIRT
39. N.Y. bettors' letters : OTB
40. Gang's territory : TURF
41. Poet Sexton : ANNE
42. Lad of fiction : THEARTFULDODGER
47. Drollery : WIT
48. Rochester's love : EYRE
49. Sand bar : SHOAL
52. "The Blue ___," 1930 film : ANGEL
54. Equipment : RIG
57. Lad of fiction : HUCKLEBERRYFINN
60. U.S. Open tennis champ: 1968 : ASHE
61. Anagram for loser : ROLES
62. Former queen of Greece : OLGA
63. "___ on first?" : WHOS
64. Mickey Rooney's original surname : YULE
65. Mangel-wurzel : BEET
1. London district : SOHO
2. Second word of a fairy tale : UPON
3. Capital of Maldives : MALE
4. Like Father William : OLD
5. Old gold coins : DUCATS
6. Middle East sultanate : OMAN
7. Ostriches' kin : EMUS
8. Gal of songdom : SAL
9. Rum cocktail : MAITAI
10. Aweather's opposite : ALEE
11. Serene : CALM
12. Ribs : KIDS
14. Slammin' Sam : SNEAD
17. Zaragoza's river : EBRO
18. Feudal lords' lands : FIEFS
22. Port de ___, ballet technique : BRAS
23. Disraeli was one : TORY
24. Kind of light or whale : PILOT
25. Israeli seaport : ELATH
26. "Like ___, all tears": Shak. : NIOBE
27. Ionian island : CORFU
28. Derby : HAT
29. J. R. in "Dallas" : EWING
30. Greene of "Bonanza" : LORNE
31. Prevent : DETER
36. Jeff's comic-strip pal : MUTT
37. Sound from Sandy : ARF
38. Miami's county : DADE
40. Vibrato : TRILL
43. Rouses : AWAKES
44. Stowe villain : LEGREE
45. Easter-egg decorators : DYERS
46. Airport near Paris : ORLY
49. Eliza Doolittle's creator : SHAW
50. Word with money or puppy : HUSH
51. ___ Rios, Jamaica : OCHO
52. Hunt's Ben Adhem : ABOU
53. Dickens's Little ___ : NELL
54. Get one's goat : RILE
55. "Picnic" playwright : INGE
56. Punkie : GNAT
58. Witch chaser : ERY
59. Watch pocket : FOB

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