Bernice Gordon
Bernice Gordon 

New York Times, Wednesday, June 10, 1992

Author: Bernice Gordon
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.74, Missing: { F Q W Z }, Scrabble score: 287 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
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© 1992, The New York Times
Across Down
1. MOMA showing : OPART
6. Boundless : VAST
10. A plane takeoff, for short : JATO
14. Race for Carl Lewis : RELAY
15. Eskimo settlement in Greenland : ETAH
16. Viva-voce : ORAL
17. Payola : BRIBE
18. M. Coty : RENE
19. Member of an Iraqi people : KURD
20. Location : SITE
21. Serfdom : BONDAGE
23. "Raja of Imperial Cinema" : LEAN
25. Of a foot part : TARSAL
29. Her "brain children" were Poirot and Marple : AGATHACHRISTIE
33. Exact : STRICT
34. Double-crosser : HEEL
35. Lode material : ORE
36. Brazilian macaws : ARAS
37. Harquebus, e.g. : GUN
38. Hit the dirt : SLID
39. Storage area : BIN
40. Sordid : MEAN
42. Karamanlis's capital : ATHENS
44. Creator of Gunga Din : RUDYARDKIPLING
47. Kuwaiti V.I.P.'s : AMEERS
48. Resort on the Mediterranean : NICE
49. Skeptically : ASKANCE
52. Loupe : LENS
56. Not quite closed : AJAR
59. Pelvic bones : ILIA
60. Own up : ADMIT
61. Author Bellow : SAUL
62. Indications of approval : NODS
63. Character in Byron's "Don Juan" : LEILA
64. Sprite : PIXY
65. Flèche weapon : EPEE
66. Good-for-nothing : IDLER
1. Spheres : ORBS
2. Lovely girl : PERI
3. Came to roost : ALIT
4. Comic genius of world literature : RABELAIS
5. Nautical chain : TYE
6. The home of Shakespeare's gentlemen : VERONA
7. Disk worshiped by Amenhotep IV : ATEN
8. Fortitude : SAND
9. London's Globe : THEATRE
10. They are often wild : JOKERS
11. Indonesian islands : ARU
12. Ralph Rackstraw, e.g. : TAR
13. Glory preceder : OLD
21. What to spend in Bangkok : BAHT
22. Writer Sheehy : GAIL
24. Et al.'s kin : ETC
26. "The ___ Hours," 1963 film : STOLEN
27. Outdoors walk : AIRING
28. City on the Aire : LEEDS
29. Chamber of the heart : ATRIUM
30. ___ Terre in the French West Indies : GRANDE
31. Thickset horse : CHUNK
32. Layer : HEN
33. Israeli-born native : SABRA
37. Wander : GAD
38. Provided cover for : SHIELDED
40. The red planet : MARS
41. Former Dodger pitcher : ERSKINE
42. Cap- ___ (from head to foot) : APIE
43. Solicitude in a hosp. : TLC
45. Per annum : YEARLY
46. Enclose : INCASE
50. Cockeyed : ALOP
51. Brood of pheasants : NIDE
53. Author Ludwig : EMIL
54. Egypt's lifeline : NILE
55. Julie Andrews film: 1968 : STAR
56. Cleo's undoing : ASP
57. ___ alai : JAI
58. "La Dame ___ Camélias" : AUX
60. Former ring king : ALI

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