Nancy Nicholson Joline
Nancy Nicholson Joline 

New York Times, Friday, June 22, 1990

Author:Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { Q W Z }, Scrabble score: 282 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 8, XRef: 2
Nancy Nicholson Joline has 61 pre-Shortz puzzles and 48 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1990, The New York Times
Across Down
1. A biblical king and a sea captain : AHABS
6. Mayday's rel. : SOS
9. Plantain lily : HOSTA
14. Painter of "Olympia" : MANET
15. Corroded : ATE
16. More competent : ABLER
17. Early Briton : ANGLE
18. "The ___ Tree," Andersen fairy tale : FIR
19. Ellipses : OVALS
20. Comedian who discusses 35 Across : GEORGECARLIN
23. Briny : SALINE
24. Plicate : PLEATED
27. Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
28. "Though Hamlet rambles and Lear ___": Yeats : RAGES
31. Actress Garr : TERI
32. Equus asinus : ASS
33. Seed covering : ARIL
34. Yellow-fever mosquito : AEDES
35. Seemingly self-contradictory figures of speech : OXYMORONS
38. Leader of a Hasidic group : REBBE
41. Word sung on Dec. 31 : AULD
42. Tach reading : RPM
45. Latin I word : AMAT
46. Stuffed : SATED
48. "American Gigolo" star : GERE
49. Bergman's "Casablanca" husband : HENREID
51. Puzzler's tool : ERASER
53. Example of 35 Across : JUMBOSHRIMPS
56. Semiconductor : DIODE
58. One of Pooh's pals : ROO
59. "The Wealth of Nations" author : SMITH
61. Islamic prince : AMEER
62. Naught : NIL
63. Where Inchon is : KOREA
64. Fresh : SASSY
65. Vulpine : SLY
66. A Bergen dummy : SNERD
1. Docs' org. : AMA
2. Airport features : HANGARS
3. Davis and Lansbury : ANGELAS
4. Wis. college : BELOIT
5. Violinist Isaac : STERN
6. Sound's companion : SAFE
7. Auricular : OTIC
8. Sonora shawl : SERAPE
9. A Caucasian, to Hawaiians : HAOLE
10. Precludes : OBVIATES
11. Distorted : SLANTED
12. ___ Aviv : TEL
13. "___ gratia artis" : ARS
21. A Madison V.P. : GERRY
22. Tusitala's monogram : RLS
23. Coral, e.g. : SEA
25. "Air" homophone : ERE
26. God of the lower world : DIS
29. End : AIM
30. Be a poor winner : GLOAT
33. Give the heave-ho : AXE
34. Ampersand : AND
35. Imposes : OBTRUDES
36. Be sorry : RUE
37. Wiser's partner : OLDER
38. Stadium sound : RAH
39. Uncle, in Ayr : EME
40. Guitar-family members : BANJOES
42. Breathe : RESPIRE
43. ___ John, legendary monk-king : PRESTER
44. Mal de ___ : MER
46. Relative : SIB
47. Bedizens : ADORNS
48. Smoked ham : GAMMON
50. An abrasive : EMERY
52. Hazards : RISKS
54. Pedologist's concern : SOIL
55. Part of H.R.E. : HOLY
56. "___ Boot," 1981 film : DAS
57. "___ Loser." Beatles song : IMA
60. Conned : HAD

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