New York Times, Thursday, April 18, 1991

Author: Betty Jorgensen
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 272 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 2, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Betty Jorgensen has 69 pre-Shortz puzzles and 8 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Short distance : STEP
5. Musical symbols : RESTS
10. Visit between whalers at sea : GAM
13. Small combo : TRIO
14. Lake Indians : ERIES
15. Emanation : AURA
16. Start of a hungry man's quip : OURLOCALDRIVEIN
19. Teeny-weeny : WEE
20. It can be floppy : DISK
21. Pries : NOSES
22. Wave sound : ROTE
23. He painted "Interior With Eggplants" : MATISSE
25. Modest : DEMURE
28. Mount near Nazareth : TABOR
29. A "terrible" czar : IVAN
30. Basque beanie : BERET
31. Wapiti : ELK
34. More of the quip : RESTAURANTOFTEN
38. Explosive letters : TNT
39. Film segment : FRAME
40. Ascended : ROSE
41. Solo males : STAGS
42. Strip blubber : FLENSE
44. Gentle colors : PASTELS
47. Prepare the Devon cream : CLOT
48. Like an enthusiastic crowd : AROAR
49. State of mind : MOOD
50. Secreted : HID
53. End of the quip : CURBSMYAPPETITE
57. Wanes : EBBS
58. Gnats and rats : PESTS
59. Helm position : ALEE
60. "___ Kapital" : DAS
61. Fresh : SASSY
62. Cavort : ROMP
1. Pack away : STOW
2. Veritable : TRUE
3. Irish republic : EIRE
4. D.C. denizen : POL
5. Say by heart : RECITE
6. Clean the slate : ERASE
7. Parachute : SILK
8. A Kennedy : TED
9. Ukr., e.g. : SSR
10. Conjecture : GUESS
11. Ram on high : ARIES
12. Minister's residence : MANSE
15. To have, in Le Havre : AVOIR
17. Repute : ODOR
18. Entirely : INTOTO
22. Litter's littlest : RUNT
23. Seine feeder : MARNE
24. Drive the getaway car : ABET
25. Gossip : DIRT
26. Neck-and-neck : EVEN
27. Sail suspender : MAST
28. Sides : TEAMS
30. Toots one's own horn : BRAGS
31. On its playing fields, "Waterloo was won" : ETON
32. Minus : LESS
33. Place for a cap : KNEE
35. Dessert, in Devon : AFTERS
36. Eurasia's ___ Mountains : URAL
37. Stew : FRET
41. Wild guesses : STABS
42. A sibling of Cottontail : FLOPSY
43. Sourdough's strike : LODE
44. Emulated some expectant fathers : PACED
45. West Indian island : ARUBA
46. European trees or apples : SORBS
47. Egyptian Christians : COPTS
49. Large lump : MASS
50. Hawaiian seaport : HILO
51. List segment : ITEM
52. Like the Mariana Trench : DEEP
54. AWOL's nemeses : MPS
55. Verily : YEA
56. A danger for smokers : TAR

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