New York Times, Saturday, June 18, 1988

Author: Peter G. Snow
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 41, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { B H J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 242 (avg 1.32)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0 Grid has super symmetry.
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Across Down
1. Hilum : SCAR
5. Pondered : MUSED
10. Crawled, in a way : SWAM
14. She gets whatever she wants : LOLA
15. In reserve : ASIDE
16. Part of HOMES : ERIE
17. Cheese or source thereof : EDAM
18. Mediterranean port : TUNIS
19. Verdi opus : AIDA
20. Lose hope : DESPAIR
22. Dined well : FEASTED
24. English monarch: 1702-14 : ANNE
25. Role for Shirley : IRMA
26. Track official : STARTER
29. Unfolds : EVOLVES
33. Republican et al. : PARTIES
34. Poetic form : SESTINA
35. One hundred square meters : ARE
36. Lose intensity : SAG
37. Monastic haircut : TONSURE
42. Reprieve : RESPITE
46. Livingston's compatriot : STANLEY
47. Lords Spiritual and Temporal : ESTATES
48. Mansard part : EAVE
49. Fitzgerald forte : SCAT
50. Petroleum ingredients : OCTANES
53. Presage : PORTEND
57. Predecessor of barrel or pie : PORK
58. Dynamo part : ROTOR
60. Stein-Plimpton book : EDIE
61. Opposite of aweather : ALEE
62. Council of 1545-63 : TRENT
63. Cause one to get het up : RILE
64. Annealing oven : LEER
65. Third-day creations : SEEDS
66. Chassé : STEP
1. Monoski : SLED
2. Dress ___ : CODE
3. Lackaday! : ALAS
4. Bulwark : RAMPART
5. Forenoon, in France : MATINEE
6. Loan sharks : USURERS
7. Harte's Ah ___ : SIN
8. Enlightens : EDIFIES
9. Merit : DESERVE
10. Result of ocean-water evaporation : SEASALT
11. Mandamus : WRIT
12. Adjuvant : AIDE
13. Anthropologist or lake : MEAD
21. Con : ANTI
23. Major Hoople : AMOS
26. Gaiters : SPATS
27. Card of a sort : TAROT
28. Hippodrome : ARENA
30. Something to pay : VISIT
31. Growing out : ENATE
32. Men of ken : SAGES
38. One of Bird's shoes : SNEAKER
39. ___ Bator : ULAN
40. Goes back : REVERTS
41. Unpleasant sight : EYESORE
42. Answer : RESPOND
43. Accompanies : ESCORTS
44. Merak or Mizar : STAR
45. Cant and jargon : PATTERS
50. Oculus mundi : OPAL
51. Mustard cousin : COLE
52. Ombu or dilo : TREE
54. Practice diaskeuasis : EDIT
55. Ludwig subject : NILE
56. "The ___," Bisset film : DEEP
59. What many a driver shatters : TEE

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