New York Times, Monday, April 9, 1990

Author: Joy L. Wouk
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Z }, Scrabble score: 280 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 1, Spans: 3
Joy L. Wouk has 124 pre-Shortz puzzles and 9 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
1
S
2
T
3
A
4
B
5
A
6
B
7
B
8
A
9
G
10
R
11
A
12
P
13
E
14
L
O
B
E
15
L
E
E
S
16
R
I
L
E
S
17
E
X
O
D
18
U
S
F
R
O
19
M
E
G
Y
P
T
20
D
I
V
E
R
21
A
E
R
A
T
E
22
S
N
O
W
B
23
E
L
T
24
S
A
L
25
A
26
M
27
I
28
A
L
L
29
I
T
S
30
L
A
R
31
A
32
S
33
O
N
E
34
A
D
O
35
B
I
C
E
36
U
N
L
E
A
V
37
E
N
E
D
38
B
R
E
A
D
39
N
A
O
S
40
A
L
T
41
O
R
O
N
O
42
I
N
S
43
S
T
Y
44
A
N
E
45
T
A
H
46
I
T
I
47
A
S
S
A
48
S
49
S
50
I
51
N
52
C
A
N
53
A
R
D
54
S
H
A
N
E
55
A
56
S
57
K
I
N
G
Q
U
E
58
S
T
I
O
N
S
59
B
A
R
E
D
60
U
M
E
S
61
A
N
E
T
62
S
P
A
R
S
63
A
S
P
S
64
H
E
R
S
© 1990, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pierce : STAB
5. Eban of Israel : ABBA
9. Seder juice : GRAPE
14. Ear part : LOBE
15. Sediment of 9 Across : LEES
16. Irritates : RILES
17. Haggadah subject : EXODUSFROMEGYPT
20. Dick of "Tender Is the Night" : DIVER
21. Supply oxygen through respiration : AERATE
22. Northern parts of the U.S. : SNOWBELT
24. Deli delight : SALAMI
28. "___ in the Family" : ALL
29. "___ De-Lovely," 1936 hit : ITS
30. Choreographer Lubovitch : LAR
31. Unisonally : ASONE
34. Foofaraw : ADO
35. Shade of blue : BICE
36. Seder staple : UNLEAVENEDBREAD
39. Ancient Greek shrine : NAOS
40. Hgt. : ALT
41. Me. university town : ORONO
42. Election winners : INS
43. Pig pad : STY
44. Donkey, in Metz : ANE
45. Where Gauguin died : TAHITI
47. Crusader slayer : ASSASSIN
52. False, malicious report : CANARD
54. Classic western film : SHANE
55. Youngster's activity at a seder : ASKINGQUESTIONS
59. Stripped : BARED
60. Japanese apricots : UMES
61. Dill herb : ANET
62. Masts : SPARS
63. Vipers : ASPS
64. Towel word : HERS
1. Luges : SLEDS
2. Poison : TOXIN
3. From the beginning : ABOVO
4. Moisten, in a way : BEDEW
5. Pacino and Smith : ALS
6. Happen to : BEFALL
7. French hat : BERET
8. Hebrew lyre : ASOR
9. Garbo et al. : GRETAS
10. Star in Orion : RIGEL
11. A Khan : ALY
12. Vigor : PEP
13. Triple this for an Italian wine : EST
18. Ill. university city : URBANA
19. Large, extinct mammals : MASTODONS
23. Like a good sermon : ELEVATING
25. "She stood . . . amid the ___ corn": Keats : ALIEN
26. Portuguese territory in China : MACAO
27. Angered : IRED
29. Fish or suffix : IDE
31. Pineapple : ANANA
32. Splash through mud : SLOSH
33. Whirlwinds or vowels : OES
34. Hill dweller : ANT
35. Fam. member : BRO
36. Single part : UNIT
37. Culbertson : ELY
38. Turkey portion : BREAST
43. Tolerates : STANDS
44. " . . . sea,/My love ___ . . . ": Shak. : ASDEEP
46. More gelid : ICIER
47. Calla lilies : ARUMS
48. Islamic division : SHIAH
49. River at Lyon : SAONE
50. Kind of tube : INNER
51. Hatching posts : NESTS
53. Bluish green : AQUA
55. Attendance-book abbr. : ABS
56. Maple-sugar source : SAP
57. Malay isthmus : KRA
58. Draft gp. : SSS

Found bugs or have suggestions?