New York Times, Thursday, April 26, 1990

Author:Betty Jorgensen
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 39, Avg Word Len: 4.77, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 264 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 58, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
Betty Jorgensen has 69 pre-Shortz puzzles and 8 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1990, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Shove's cousin : PUSH
5. Amplifier of electromagnetic waves : MASER
10. Comic : WAG
13. What "video" means : ISEE
14. Wear away : ERODE
15. Kind of culture : AGRI
17. DOORKEEPERS : COMMISSIONAIRES
20. A weekday was named for this god : THOR
21. Regard highly : ESTEEM
22. Brass hat's gofer : AIDE
25. Wyo. neighbor : NEB
27. Looks for : SEEKS
28. Ancient Greek assembly sites : AGORAE
30. Like some beavers : EAGER
32. Hayworth or Moreno : RITA
33. Slate : ROSTER
35. Presidential monogram : DDE
38. DOORKEEPER : TRABANT
40. DOORKEEPER : OSTIARY
42. Bx. transports : ELS
43. Mechanism in a watch : DETENT
45. Stadium area : TIER
46. Nurse, at times : DOSER
47. Come forth : EMERGE
49. Up and about : ASTIR
52. Presidential monogram : RMN
54. Vanderbilt and Lowell : AMYS
55. Departs : LEAVES
57. "And all ___ is a tall ship . . . ": Masefield : IASK
59. DOORKEEPERS : PARISCONCIERGES
65. Luge : SLED
66. Prevent : AVERT
67. Solemn vow : OATH
68. Opposite of NNW : SSE
69. Diamond points : BASES
70. Salver : TRAY
1. Flick : PIC
2. G.I.'s retreat : USO
3. Religious sch. : SEM
4. Fashion's ever-changing line : HEM
5. Network : MESH
6. Fiery felony : ARSON
7. Evening gatherings : SOIREES
8. Tokyo, once : EDO
9. A Coty : RENE
10. Table attendant : WAITER
11. Consent : AGREE
12. Plato was one : GREEK
16. Beliefs : ISMS
18. Graceful tree : ITEA
19. Declare firmly : ASSERT
22. "I Enjoy Being ___," 1958 song : AGIRL
23. Minute amounts : IOTAS
24. Colorless : DRAB
26. Bernstein's waver : BATON
28. A Johnson : ARTE
29. Sea eagles : ERNES
31. Heroic deed : GESTE
34. Sea mammal : OTTER
35. Cheese factory : DAIRY
36. Lees : DREGS
37. Australian lake : EYRE
39. Worships : ADORES
41. Newsy tidbit : ITEM
44. Furs for royalty : ERMINES
46. Continental ___ (great watershed) : DIVIDE
48. Fabricate : MAKE
49. Site of the Brenner Pass : ALPS
50. Symbols of office : SEALS
51. Biblical weeds : TARES
53. Mother-of-pearl : NACRE
56. Strikebreaker : SCAB
58. Presides, as a judge : SITS
60. Eggs for Cato : OVA
61. Baloney! : ROT
62. Needlefish : GAR
63. Greek vowel : ETA
64. Bashful : SHY

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