New York Times, Monday, April 22, 1991

Author:Fred Toole
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 41, Avg Word Len: 4.84, Missing: { F J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 258 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 6, XRef: 0
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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Formal neckwear : ASCOT
6. Kenya's Daniel ___ Moi : ARAP
10. Pop. investments : IRAS
14. Andean animal : LLAMA
15. Dry; parched : SERE
16. Long, loose garment : ROBE
17. Hot-weather headgear : PANAMAHATS
19. Thought : IDEA
20. Diminished : WANED
21. Turn right : GEE
22. Retail : SELL
23. British welfare : DOLE
25. Western mountain lake : TAHOE
27. Error : SLIP
31. Hanging ornament : PENDANT
33. Food fish : TUNA
34. British "bye-bye" : TATA
35. Two times : TWICE
39. Hold firmly : ENGRASP
41. "Rock-a-bye-baby on the ___" : TREETOP
43. Oktoberfest item : STEIN
44. Abel or Wiesel : ELIE
46. Raison d'___ : ETRE
47. Collegian : STUDENT
49. Completed : DONE
50. Commence : BEGIN
52. Money-exchange item : AGIO
54. Prefix for plane or space : AERO
55. Pale : WAN
57. Weeping woman of myth : NIOBE
61. Heavy hit : BLOW
62. Cloth of Calcutta : INDIANSILK
65. Boatswain, for short : BOSN
66. British gun : STEN
67. Screen star Gene or Grace : KELLY
68. Some flock members : EWES
69. Work for : EARN
70. Type of bar : SALAD
1. Matterhorn is one : ALP
2. Chopped cabbage : SLAW
3. Miracle site : CANA
4. Arabian gulf : OMAN
5. Domesticated : TAMED
6. Wood for skis : ASH
7. Active chemical substance : REAGENT
8. Comedian Johnson : ARTE
9. Spanish coin : PESETA
10. Gaelic fabric for suits or coats : IRISHTWEED
11. Cowboys' jamboree : RODEO
12. White poplar : ABELE
13. Aquatic mammal : SEAL
18. Takes as one's own : ADOPTS
24. Sprang : LEAPED
26. Poker payment : ANTE
27. Fr. holy women : STES
28. Fontanne's partner : LUNT
29. "Picnic" playwright : INGE
30. Creations for mesdemoiselles : PARISGOWNS
32. TV's "The ___ Game" : DATING
36. "Leave ___ Beaver : ITTO
37. Foot ailment : CORN
38. Foil's kin : EPEE
40. Against : ANTI
42. Eye part : RETINA
45. He swam the Hellespont for love : LEANDER
48. Ill-advised : UNWISE
50. Under : BELOW
51. Notched, as a leaf : EROSE
53. Sows' sounds : OINKS
54. French secular cleric : ABBE
56. Square column : ANTA
58. "On thy cold gray stones, ___!" : OSEA
59. Invoice : BILL
60. Actress Raines : ELLA
63. Roadside refuge : INN
64. Marlowe contemporary : KYD

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