New York Times, Thursday, May 20, 1993

Author: Patricia A. Cevaal
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { J Q }, Scrabble score: 290 (avg 1.55)
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Across Down
1. "Oberon" highlight : ARIA
5. Freebie : COMP
9. In the van : AHEAD
14. Peddle : VEND
15. He loved Rose : ABIE
16. Role for Quinn: 1964 : ZORBA
17. He directed "The Four Seasons" : ALDA
18. Birthplace of Galileo : PISA
19. Of an armbone : ULNAR
20. Session for travelers? : TOURISTCLASS
23. Brogue, e.g. : ACCENT
24. Morning prayer : MATINS
28. Minuteman's propellant: Abbr. : RKT
29. Attractive : COMELY
33. Hungarian city : EGER
34. Growing in pairs : BINATE
35. The ancient Marner? : SILAS
36. Equine cliché? : HORSECHESTNUT
39. Appraise : VALUE
40. Cowboy shows : RODEOS
41. Mars' Greek counterpart : ARES
42. Ornamental cloth behind an altar : DOSSAL
43. Kvass's cousin : ALE
46. Londoner's O.K. : RIGHTO
48. "Archie Bunker's Place" co-star and family : MEARAS
50. Earthquake dowsers? : FAULTFINDERS
54. Z-twist fabric : DENIM
57. Mythical beast : YALE
58. Peace advocate : DOVE
59. Put on a pedestal : ADORE
60. Corrida cheers : OLES
61. Flair : ELAN
62. Readied for shipping : BOXED
63. Small amphibian : NEWT
64. Dingle : DALE
1. Incarnation of a deity : AVATAR
2. Secure the vault again : RELOCK
3. Enroll a draftee : INDUCT
4. Antarctic cape : ADARE
5. Highest point of achievement : CAPSTONE
6. R.I.P. notice : OBIT
7. Catchall abbr. : MISC
8. Toll : PEAL
9. Citrus city near Los Angeles : AZUSA
10. Black-and-white dairy cows : HOLSTEINS
11. Bird that works for a living? : ERN
12. Arab's outer garment : ABA
13. Nabokov book : DAR
21. Carve : INCISE
22. Lowell or Vanderbilt : AMY
25. Arctic house : IGLU
26. Shipshape : NEAT
27. H.S. vets : SRS
30. A computer instruction : MACRO
31. Group attitudes : ETHOS
32. Yorkshire city : LEEDS
34. Forest ranger's concern : BRUSHFIRE
35. Like Tom's pig : STOLEN
36. Garbo role : HARI
37. Founder of Kievan Russia : OLEG
38. Most squalid : SEAMIEST
39. River in SE France : VAR
42. A pupil of Rembrandt : DOU
43. Small space : AREOLA
44. Descriptive of tadpoles : LARVAL
45. First-century mystic : ESSENE
47. Broken to harness : TAMED
49. Supplementary : ADDED
51. She founded Mount Holyoke College : LYON
52. Conte : TALE
53. Took the red-eye : FLEW
54. Smidgen : DAB
55. Tokyo, formerly : EDO
56. Night, to Nero : NOX

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