New York Times, Wednesday, May 20, 1992

Author:Lois Sidway
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
Lois Sidway has 67 pre-Shortz puzzles and 18 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1992, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "You called?" : WHAT
5. Cheese chunk : CUBE
9. Gown material : SATIN
14. Bring home the bacon : EARN
15. Place-mat shape, often : OVAL
16. Solely : ALONE
17. Links wear of yesteryear : PLUSFOURS
19. Fogg's creator : VERNE
20. Cartoon cat : TOM
21. Dining area : ELL
22. Fearful : ALARMED
24. The Fates, e.g. : TRIAD
26. Get into : ENTER
27. Barnstorming maneuvers : FIGUREEIGHTS
31. Soft in the head : LOONY
32. Homophone for seize : SEAS
33. Tiger tot : CUB
36. One of Di's in-laws : ANNE
37. One walking in water : WADER
39. Florence's river : ARNO
40. Cribbage piece : PEG
41. Cold Adriatic wind : BORA
42. Macbeth and Rob Roy : SCOTS
43. The ___ (a stage of man) : TERRIBLETWOS
46. Many a night student : ADULT
48. Draws nigh : NEARS
49. Wyo. Indian : ARAPAHO
51. "___ live and breathe!" : ASI
52. Misfortune : ILL
55. "American Buffalo" playwright : MAMET
56. Some glad hands : HIGHFIVES
59. Popular poplar : ABELE
60. Stare longingly at : OGLE
61. Flow with a glow : LAVA
62. Lutheran Church body : SYNOD
63. Shed-wall hangings : HOES
64. Joined : KNIT
1. Exuded moisture : WEPT
2. Christmas-play prop : HALO
3. Skunk cabbage, e.g. : ARUM
4. Cap. of Tunisia : TNS
5. Type of hat : COOLIE
6. Soft-palate projections : UVULAE
7. Candy unit : BAR
8. "Born Free" heroine : ELSA
9. Scholarly souls : SAVANTS
10. Tips off : ALERTS
11. Musical Mel : TORME
12. Deep-seated : INNER
13. Have use for : NEED
18. Charon managed one : FERRY
23. "Clo-Clo" composer : LEHAR
24. What a ruer changes? : TUNE
25. Scorn : DISDAIN
27. Ado : FLAP
28. Actress Skye : IONE
29. Percussion instrument : GONG
30. Word from the Beav : GEE
33. Farmer's winged bane : CROW
34. "For ___ you is born . . . " : UNTO
35. Order about : BOSS
37. Deserving of : WORTH
38. Airline abbr. : ARR
39. Behaves : ACTS
41. Overdue : BELATED
42. I part, at times : SERIF
43. Elvis's birthplace : TUPELO
44. Nothing but a hound dog : BEAGLE
45. Ties up : LASHES
46. "The Sheik of ___" : ARABY
47. German ladies : DAMEN
49. You love: Lat. : AMAS
50. "Oops!" : OHOH
52. One of the Greats : IVAN
53. First name in jeans : LEVI
54. Would-be atty.'s exam : LSAT
57. "___ Pogo" : IGO
58. Kind : ILK

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