New York Times, Friday, June 23, 1989

Author:William Canine
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.31, Missing: { F Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 284 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 7, XRef: 1, Spans: 2
William Canine has 65 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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Across Down
1. Deride : JAPE
5. Princely : REGAL
10. Zoomed : SPED
14. Magnum ___ : OPUS
15. Related through the mother : ENATE
16. Al Jolson's last wife : ERLE
17. Statement heard at the track : WINSOMELOSESOME
20. Cleveland or Duluth : LAKEPORT
21. TV fare : SITCOM
22. Defensive alliance since 1949 : NATO
23. Kitchen tool : CORER
24. Soothsayer : ORACLE
27. Not quite a score : NINETEEN
30. Honshu port : KOBE
31. Fitted with pumps : SHOD
33. ___-Coburg : SAXE
34. "I love," to 25 Down : AMO
35. Clammers' concerns : TIDES
37. Secure : TIE
38. Norms for Greg Norman : PARS
40. Use a coachman : LURE
41. Anna ___, first wife of Ziegfeld : HELD
42. Monogram : INITIALS
45. Lodgings : ABODES
47. ___ dancer, railroad-track layer : GANDY
48. Flopsy's tail : SCUT
49. Strong beer in Soho : STINGO
51. Wall protector : DOORSTOP
55. Surprise champions, like the 1969 Mets : CINDERELLATEAMS
57. Azzazame, e.g. : ARAB
58. Greek island : NAXOS
59. Expanse : AREA
60. Bank (on) : RELY
61. Be frugal : STINT
62. Marquee : TENT
1. Dewlap : JOWL
2. Samoan port : APIA
3. Kind of rock : PUNK
4. Pith : ESSENCE
5. Most isolated : REMOTEST
6. Diciembre's follower : ENERO
7. Edith ___, President Wilson's second wife : GALT
8. From ___ Z : ATO
9. Exercise : LESSON
10. Sonnet parts : SESTETS
11. Brought forth : PROCREATED
12. Admiral Zumwalt : ELMO
13. Regard : DEEM
18. Iridescent stone : OPAL
19. Site of Cork : EIRE
23. Apple juice : CIDER
24. Giraffe's relative : OKAPI
25. Caesar's wife, for one : ROMAN
26. Autochthonous : ABORIGINAL
27. Complication : NODUS
28. Literature's Philip Nolan, e.g. : EXILE
29. Essentials : NEEDS
32. Like SW Ohio : HILLY
36. Shore : SEACOAST
39. "___ Your Man," Tammy Wynette hit : STANDBY
41. Uncomfortable position : HOTSEAT
43. "Natural Affection" playwright : INGE
44. Bedecks : ADORNS
46. Lancaster or Reynolds : BURT
48. Wise legislator : SOLON
49. Blemish : SCAR
50. Fatigue : TIRE
51. Year in the reign of Justinian I : DLXI
52. Darnel : TARE
53. Harbinger : OMEN
54. High schooler's exam : PSAT
56. Tuck away : EAT

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