New York Times, Tuesday, June 29, 1993

Author:Margaret W. Huskey
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { B F J K Q U X Z }, Scrabble score: 278 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 8, XRef: 1
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Across Down
1. "___ and the Man": Shaw : ARMS
5. Instrument for 5 Down : CELLO
10. Kind of hammer : TRIP
14. Billy or nanny : GOAT
15. Of space : AREAL
16. Latvia's capital : RIGA
17. Writer ___ Wheeler Wilcox : ELLA
18. Garden flower : SNAPDRAGON
20. Small cattail : DEERHAIR
22. Belt sites : WAISTS
23. "The Winter's ___" : TALE
24. Flaccid : LIMP
25. Frugal ones : SAVERS
28. Certain numbers in arithmetic : DIVISORS
32. Affirms : AVERS
33. Plunge : DIVE
34. Type of sword : EPEE
35. Row : OAR
36. Crop : HARVEST
39. Literary bits : ANA
40. Boy, in Madrid : NINO
42. Hoodlum : GOON
43. Waters or Merman : ETHEL
45. Dumbo, e.g. : ELEPHANT
47. Rears : RAISES
48. Flag or bean follower : POLE
49. Spray of a sort : MIST
50. Thurber's "___ in the Attic" : THEOWL
53. Tenon; pin : DOVETAIL
57. Western : HORSEOPERA
59. Where Pizarro died : LIMA
60. Man or Wight : ISLE
61. Yuletide song : CAROL
62. Redact : EDIT
63. Lack : NEED
64. Compositions by Charles Wesley : HYMNS
65. Rational : SANE
1. Seasoned : AGED
2. Part in a play : ROLE
3. Boy or man : MALE
4. Beginner : STARTER
5. A memorable Pablo : CASALS
6. Kovacs or Ford : ERNIE
7. Edward or Norman : LEAR
8. Land or dog preceder : LAP
9. Kind of tale : OLDWIVES
10. Roam : TRAIPSE
11. Equips : RIGS
12. "___ Plenty o' Nuttin'" : IGOT
13. Pots' pals : PANS
19. Branches : RAMI
21. Austere : HARSH
24. Cheer up : LIVEN
25. Burgundy river : SAONE
26. Benefit : AVAIL
27. Father of sci-fi : VERNE
28. Displaced turf on a fairway : DIVOT
29. Colorful fish : OPAHS
30. Actress Adorée : RENEE
31. Ratifies : SEALS
33. Humming sound : DRONE
37. Eaglewood : AGALLOCH
38. Twit : TEASE
41. Against : OPPOSED
44. Jots : TITTLES
46. Inventor Elias ___ : HOWE
47. Red Sox, to Yankees : RIVALS
49. Andalusian city : MORON
50. Hammett's "The ___ Man" : THIN
51. Lawn necessity : HOSE
52. A first name in whodunits : ERLE
53. Skin: Comb. form : DERM
54. Verdi heroine : AIDA
55. "___ the Mood for Love" : IMIN
56. Behind schedule : LATE
58. Recompense : PAY

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