Charles M. Deber
Charles M. Deber 

New York Times, Friday, June 11, 1993

Author:Charles M. Deber
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { B F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 267 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Spans: 4
Charles M. Deber has 18 pre-Shortz puzzles and 19 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Carolina rail : SORA
5. Caliphs : IMAMS
10. Economist Greenspan : ALAN
14. Stole : WRAP
15. Jollity : MIRTH
16. Trigonometric term : SINE
17. Banquet rationale : ACCOMPLISHMENTS
20. Airlines' customers : PAYLOADS
21. Fencing swords : EPEES
22. Tin Woodsman's need : OIL
23. Tiff : SPAT
25. Banquet messages : CONGRATULATIONS
33. Keep ___ on (observe) : ANEYE
34. Tune for Tebaldi : ARIA
35. CCXIV ÷ II : CVII
36. M.Sc. or Ph.D. : DEG
37. The birds and the Bee Gees : SINGERS
40. Always, in poesy : EER
41. Raison d'___ : ETRE
43. Chemical suffixes : ANES
44. Knight's weapon : LANCE
46. Some banquet speakers : TOASTMISTRESSES
49. Sonny portrayer: 1972 : CAAN
50. TV commercials : ADS
51. Cockpit chief : PILOT
54. Hardens, as fat : CONGEALS
59. Banquet perils : OVERINDULGENCES
62. Idealism philosopher : KANT
63. Nimbi : AURAE
64. Pace for a pony : TROT
65. A grandson of Adam : ENOS
66. Parts of hammerheads : PEENS
67. "___ and Lovers": Lawrence : SONS
1. Cow for beans, e.g. : SWAP
2. Killer whale : ORCA
3. Risqué : RACY
4. Something often owed : APOLOGY
5. Lion's prey : IMPALA
6. Balmy : MILD
7. "Exodus" hero and namesakes : ARIS
8. High spots, for short : MTS
9. Hush! : SHH
10. Germ free : ASEPTIC
11. Mode of conversation : LINE
12. Status quo ___ : ANTE
13. Headland : NESS
18. Designs pressed into silks, e.g. : MOIRES
19. Substance : MEAT
23. Most clever : SLIEST
24. "Tonight" show host of yore : PAAR
25. V.M.I. student : CADET
26. ___ a customer : ONETO
27. Luzon's ___ Point : NEGRA
28. Substance giving red wine an astringent taste : TANNIN
29. Eggs on : URGES
30. Bread bakers : OVENS
31. Princess Anne, to Princess Margaret : NIECE
32. Begets : SIRES
38. "___ Camera": Van Druren : IAMA
39. Snow vehicle : SLEDGE
42. Convoys : ESCORTS
45. Says yes : ASSENTS
47. M. Hulot portrayer : TATI
48. Deer playgrounds? : RANGES
51. Use a prod : POKE
52. Rimsky-Korsakov subject : IVAN
53. "Tonight" show host today : LENO
54. Kipper : CURE
55. Rainer role : OLAN
56. Tip end: Comb. form : ACRO
57. Revolutionist Trotsky : LEON
58. Concordes : SSTS
60. Forty winks : NAP
61. Scheduled : DUE

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