New York Times, Saturday, April 27, 1991

Author: Daniel Girardi
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.28, Missing: { J Q V W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 253 (avg 1.33)
Open Squares: 80, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 9, XRef: 0
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© 1991, The New York Times
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1. What dictators do : REPRESS
8. His discovery is still current : AMPERE
14. Former : ONETIME
15. A modern science : BIONICS
17. A male falcon : SAKERET
18. Net : ENSNARE
19. Lincoln's "Cap'n ___" : ERI
20. Done to ___ (just right) : ATURN
22. Styptic : ALUM
23. Indonesian cent : SEN
24. China town : DRESDEN
26. Compass dir. : SSE
27. Family of Victoria's Lord Beaconsfield : DISRAELIS
29. Spanish tide : MAREA
32. Areas cleared of trees : FELLINGS
36. Algeria's ___ Mountains : AHAGGAR
39. Blockheads : NINNIES
40. Describing certain income : UNEARNED
42. Japanese prime minister: 1960-64 : IKEDA
43. City NNW of San Francisco : SANTAROSA
46. N.Y.C. wagering system : OTB
49. Physics co-Nobelist: 1909 : MARCONI
50. ___ Paul Kruger : OOM
53. Drudge : MOIL
55. Word Hamlet knew not : SEEMS
56. ___-Magnon : CRO
57. Hawk's home : ATLANTA
59. Expectorant ingredient : PINETAR
62. Salute anew : REGREET
63. School : EDUCATE
64. Some subatomic particles : MESONS
65. Improve the premises : REMODEL
1. Picardy bloomers : ROSES
2. Finnish lake, to Swedes : ENARE
3. Striped silk fabric : PEKIN
4. Hwy. : RTE
5. Healer at Valhalla : EIR
6. Pathologist's specimens : SMEARS
7. Gun dog : SETTER
8. Md.'s ___ Proving Ground : ABERDEEN
9. "Gigi" director : MINNELLI
10. Battery term. : POS
11. Castrogiovanni, today : ENNA
12. Mashhad coins : RIALS
13. Hosiery shades : ECRUS
16. Dotted; sown : SEME
21. Group to which SAC belongs : USAF
24. Tabular sketch : DIAGRAM
25. ___ bonum : NILNISI
27. Cassatt's mentor : DEGAS
28. " . . . will ___ ship" : SINKA
29. Half a Kenyan group's name : MAU
30. Actor in "Kung Fu" : AHN
31. Charlotte from Milwaukee : RAE
33. Never, in Neuss : NIE
34. Scottish pike : GED
35. Legislation of 1935 : SSA
37. Goldwyn's 1933 import from Russia : ANNASTEN
38. Religionists' sabbaticals : RETREATS
41. Small European fish : DACE
44. Certain room for tots : ROMPER
45. Football kick : ONSIDE
46. Caliph slain by a slave : OMAR
47. Clan emblem : TOTEM
48. Cask's widest part : BILGE
50. Hexad plus duad : OCTAD
51. Hold forth : ORATE
52. Black nightshade : MOREL
54. ___ Porsena : LARS
58. Platonic preceder : NEO
60. Bible bk. : NUM
61. "The Name of the Rose" author : ECO

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