New York Times, Friday, May 19, 1989

Author: Patterson Pepple
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 279 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 9, XRef: 0
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© 1989, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Samoan port : APIA
5. Clifton or Jack : WEBB
9. Marx Brothers movie, e.g. : FARCE
14. Broadway loser : BOMB
15. Atop the Indian : ASEA
16. Pleiades pursuer : ORION
17. Pay more : COMEAGAIN
19. Inflexible : RIGID
20. Pay : SHELLOUT
21. Norwegian saluds : SKOALS
22. U.S.N.A. grad : ENS
23. Spent the wad : SHOT
24. Mocha or java : COFFEE
28. Mack's weapon : SHIV
29. Piscatorial float : BOB
32. One sometimes clay-footed : IDOL
33. Pay : REMUNERATE
36. Typographic stroke : SERIF
38. Part of a yen : SEN
39. Remainders : RESTS
40. Pay : COMPENSATE
43. Cosmetic additive : ALOE
44. "___ Clear Day . . . " : ONA
45. Drugstore cowboy : EYER
46. " . . . they have ___ day nor night": Rev. 14:11 : NOREST
48. Pindar output : ODES
49. Focal pt. : CTR
50. Refilled a role : RECAST
53. Surveyors' ___ closure : ERRORSOF
58. Cease, at sea : AVAST
59. ___ palm (pay a bribe) : GREASETHE
60. Tithing unit : TENTH
61. Against : ANTI
62. Nice night : NUIT
63. Wipe the slate : ERASE
64. Ump follower : TEEN
65. Hautboy : OBOE
1. Kindergarten subj. : ABCS
2. Milne's bear : POOH
3. Connie Francis hit, "___ Again" : IMME
4. Third man : ABEL
5. Conestoga boss : WAGONER
6. Pottage receiver's namesakes : ESAUS
7. So ___ (amen) : BEIT
8. Prohibit : BAN
9. Pay : FORKOVER
10. Out of order : ARIOT
11. Latvian capital : RIGA
12. Snake's maneuver : COIL
13. Means' justifiers : ENDS
18. Sheltered at sea : ALEE
21. Thin-skinned area : SHIN
23. Switch the local, e.g. : SHUNT
24. Lake herring : CISCO
25. Keats's "___ a Grecian Urn" : ODEON
26. Pro ___ balance sheet : FORMA
27. Flop's partner : FLIP
28. Campaign tactic, sometimes : SMEAR
29. Swiss canton, old style : BASLE
30. First Reich rulers: 936-1002 : OTTOS
31. Attack : BESET
34. Some curves : ESSES
35. Kind of guard : REAR
37. ___ kitty (pays) : FEEDSTHE
41. Raisa's negative : NYET
42. Board Amtrak : ENTRAIN
47. Spanish card suit : OROS
48. Kilns : OASTS
49. Greek isle : CRETE
50. Deserve : RATE
51. Always : EVER
52. Site of Christ's first miracle : CANA
53. Former lightweight champ : ERNE
54. Gretna Green antithesis : RENO
55. Usher's proffering : STUB
56. Buckeye State : OHIO
57. Treat royally : FETE
59. Heater or rod : GAT

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