Peter Gordon
Peter Gordon 

New York Times, Monday, April 5, 1993

Author:Peter Gordon
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.74, Missing: { W }, Scrabble score: 294 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
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© 1993, The New York Times
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1. Converses informally : CHATS
6. On the ___ vive (alert) : QUI
9. Hoosegows : JAILS
14. Great destruction : HAVOC
15. G.I.'s home away from home : USO
16. Happen : OCCUR
17. Cara of "Fame" : IRENE
18. Believer : IST
19. Oscar winner Jeremy ___ : IRONS
20. Baseball preseason workout : SPRINGTRAINING
23. "You ___ There," TV oldie : ARE
24. Koppel of "Nightline" : TED
25. Gloss, in Gloucester : LUSTRE
29. Frog's cousin : TOAD
31. Speedometer abbr. : MPH
34. Boredom : ENNUI
35. Sea east of the Caspian : ARAL
36. Fly alone : SOLO
37. Baseball book by Roger Kahn : THEBOYSOFSUMMER
40. Fully grown filly : MARE
41. Prepares to fire : AIMS
42. Cougars : PUMAS
43. Airport abbr. : ETD
44. Open-handed blow : SLAP
45. Property : ESTATE
46. Exam for a high schooler : SAT
47. Tennis division : SET
48. Baseball's World Series, familiarly : THEFALLCLASSIC
56. Pale bluish purple : MAUVE
57. Televise : AIR
58. Actress Massey : ILONA
59. Wheel shafts : AXLES
60. Menagerie : ZOO
61. Castles for Fischer : ROOKS
62. Jet's rival : GIANT
63. Finish : END
64. Taste, for one : SENSE
1. Greek X's : CHIS
2. Angel's instrument : HARP
3. Affirm confidently : AVER
4. Singer Tennille : TONI
5. Outline of a plot : SCENARIO
6. Rather : QUITE
7. Former largest nation, for short : USSR
8. Small quantity : IOTA
9. United : JOINED
10. Bitterly pungent : ACRID
11. Little figure on a computer screen : ICON
12. Breathing organ : LUNG
13. Last year's jrs. : SRS
21. Pleasure, to Parisians : GRE
22. Sloping type: Abbr. : ITALS
25. "___ Entertain You" : LETME
26. Doff one's cap : UNHAT
27. Bergen dummy : SNERD
28. Toothpaste container : TUBE
29. Step heavily : TROMP
30. Clumsy fellows : OAFS
31. "Throw ___ From the Train," 1987 film : MOMMA
32. Skirt fold : PLEAT
33. Carousel figure : HORSE
35. European neighbor : ASIA
36. Pornographic stuff : SMUT
38. Site of a 1945 conference : YALTA
39. One flight above : UPSTAIRS
44. Most secure : SAFEST
45. Electric fish : EEL
46. Deadly-sin count : SEVEN
47. Young haddock : SCROD
48. Judd Hirsch series : TAXI
49. Hawaiian dance : HULA
50. Do nothing : LAZE
51. M-G-M mascot : LION
52. Blackthorn : SLOE
53. Anon : SOON
54. Printers' needs : INKS
55. Job for Columbo : CASE
56. Cosmo, for one : MAG

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