New York Times, Thursday, May 3, 1990

Author:A. J. Santora
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { F K Q }, Scrabble score: 283 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 14, XRef: 0
A. J. Santora has 111 pre-Shortz puzzles and 68 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1990, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Unit of illumination : PHOT
5. Manufactured : MADE
9. Pickled berry : CAPER
14. Expectancy : HOPE
15. Seine sights : ILES
16. Chew the scenery : EMOTE
17. ___ day (dosage) : ONEA
18. Drooping : LIMP
19. Unwind : RELAX
20. Wartime radio poet-dramatist (born on May 3, 1910) : NORMANCORWIN
23. NOW objective : ERA
24. Work party : BEE
25. Part of E.C.A.C. : EASTERN
29. Discourage : DETER
31. "If You Knew ___," Cantor hit : SUSIE
33. Through : VIA
34. Romance lang. : ITAL
36. W.W. II craft : LST
37. Spain's Isla de ___ : LEON
38. "Human Options" writer : NORMANCOUSINS
41. Completed : DONE
42. American's omega : ZEE
43. Beyond : PAST
44. " . . . ___ tuffet" : ONA
45. Pepys book : DIARY
47. What a good joke elicits : LAUGH
50. Dyer : COLORER
52. Western org. formed in Bogot√° : OAS
54. "You ___ There" : ARE
55. "Marilyn" writer : NORMANMAILER
58. Continue a subscription : RENEW
61. ___-European : INDO
62. Sexologist Shere : HITE
63. A k a : ALIAS
64. Ending for quip or hip : STER
65. Physicist's figure: Abbr. : ATNO
66. Like Kringle : JOLLY
67. Bold Ruler, to Secretariat : SIRE
68. Actress Cannon : DYAN
1. What E.T. did : PHONED
2. ___ de Balzac : HONORE
3. In use : OPERATIONAL
4. SWAT or A follower : TEAM
5. Pooh's creator : MILNE
6. "___ Restaurant" : ALICES
7. Showroom car : DEMO
8. Strong coffee : ESPRESSO
9. Shade of red : CERISE
10. Catkin : AMENT
11. Wardheeler : POL
12. Cousin of epsilon : ETA
13. Critic Reed : REX
21. James ___ Garfield : ABRAM
22. Keep a vigil : WAITUP
26. Whatever that will be : EVENTUALITY
27. Mayo and Muni : RIOS
28. Actress Grey : NAN
30. Raison d'___ : ETRE
32. Rat-race result : ULCER
35. Less gung-ho : LAZIER
37. Soprano Della Casa : LISA
38. Item on a censor's hit list : NONO
39. It's close but gets no cigar : NEARMISS
40. Jazzy Latin music : SALSA
41. George Ade's "___ Horne" : DOC
45. Nodding : DROWSY
46. Over there : YONDER
48. ___ Green (onetime mecca for elopers) : GRETNA
49. Right after this : HEREON
51. Ryan or Tatum : ONEAL
53. Dean Martin's "That's ___" : AMORE
56. Not for : ANTI
57. "If ___ a Hammer," 1963 song : IHAD
58. Rule in India : RAJ
59. "Twilight" recorders, for short : ELO
60. Zip : NIL

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