New York Times, Monday, June 14, 1993

Author: James E. Hinish, Jr.
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { F J Q V W X Z }, Scrabble score: 259 (avg 1.37)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 10, XRef: 0
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Across Down
1. Tree-lined walk : MALL
5. Tintinnabulation : PEAL
9. Four forerunner : PETIT
14. Butterine : OLEO
15. City in Nev. : ELKO
16. In reserve : ONICE
17. Ollie's pal : STAN
18. Show amusement : GRIN
19. Recorded : TAPED
20. Mitch Miller event : SINGALONG
22. Faulty : AMISS
23. One of the Longs of La. : HUEY
24. ___ it (amen) : SOBE
26. Bye : SOLONG
29. Meghalaya's capital : SHILLONG
33. Like neon or xenon : INERT
34. Not secure : LOOSE
35. La Salle contemporary : REO
36. ___ of Kutch, historic salt marsh in India : RANN
37. Short adventure tale : CONTE
38. Anagram for dial : LAID
39. Out, in Haarlem : UIT
40. Trousers sizes : LONGS
41. Horse trainer's rope : LONGE
42. Extends : PROLONGS
44. Lifeboat : DINGHY
45. "The ___ Love...": 1924 song : ONEI
46. Certain M.D. : SURG
47. Mixed in with : AMONG
50. Portable : TAKEALONG
55. Alba ___, city in Latium : LONGA
56. ___ arms : UPIN
57. Kuwaiti leader : EMIR
58. Composer from Bergen : GRIEG
59. Mend socks : DARN
60. Lollobrigida : GINA
61. Tex. ballplayer : ASTRO
62. Singer James : ETTA
63. Remain : STAY
1. Shade of green : MOSS
2. Choir voices : ALTI
3. Sprat's diet : LEAN
4. Breed of beef cattle : LONGHORN
5. Silver's artificial limb : PEGLEG
6. Hirsch of football fame : ELROY
7. Related : AKIN
8. Derby's 50-to-1 horses : LONGSHOTS
9. Drink : POTABLE
10. Nail polish : ENAMEL
11. "___-Tin," Spanish song : TIPI
12. Some desserts : ICES
13. Koppel and Turner : TEDS
21. Em, to Dorothy : AUNT
25. Seine feeder : OISE
26. Pancake topper: Var. : SIRUP
27. TV studio sign : ONAIR
28. Maestro's direction : LENTO
29. Webber products : SONGS
30. Chimp's cousin : ORANG
31. Whinny : NEIGH
32. "...Lady's Book" publisher : GODEY
34. A concern of mariners : LONGITUDE
37. Geometric solid : CONE
38. "Daddy ___," Astaire film : LONGLEGS
40. "___ and Far Away" : LONGAGO
41. Milano moola : LIRA
43. More protracted : LONGER
44. Chaperon : DUENNA
46. Dirndl, e.g. : SKIRT
47. Pond plant : ALGA
48. Death, to Decius : MORS
49. Step ___ (hurry) : ONIT
51. Pit-___ : APAT
52. Ignore : OMIT
53. A 15th-century caravel : NINA
54. Neutral hue : GRAY

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