New York Times, Saturday, June 22, 1991

Author: Kevin Boyle
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 30, Avg Word Len: 5.74, Missing: { G K Q W Z }, Scrabble score: 274 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 104, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
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1. Deprecatory : PEJORATIVE
11. A computer programming lang. : LISP
15. "___ Tragedy," Dreiser novel : ANAMERICAN
16. Other: Comb. form : ALLO
17. Mend : RECUPERATE
18. Ancient Olympic site : ELIS
19. Theatricalize : EMOTE
20. Chem. suffixes : ENES
21. Bushy masses : TODS
22. Old city of self-indulgers : SYBARIS
24. Opp. of sent : RCD
26. Author of "Meeting at Potsdam": 1975 : MEE
27. De ___ (in the way) : TROP
29. Edmonton's N.H.L. team : OILERS
31. According to style : PROFORMA
35. Noise, to Nero : SONUS
36. Dark-eyed beauty : HOURI
37. Ref. work : ENC
39. Cippus : STELE
40. Sunflower : ASTER
41. Interwoven, in a way : THREADED
43. Meets a bet again : RESEES
45. Famed Boston pitcher : SAIN
46. Scottish John : IAN
47. New England soda fountain : SPA
49. Eyepiece network : RETICLE
54. Pickle : SPOT
56. Med.-school subject : ANAT
58. King of Libya: 1951-69 : IDRIS
59. Harsh, in Houilles : APRE
60. Peaceful : STRIFELESS
62. Holm oak : ILEX
63. Duplex apartment : MAISONETTE
64. "___ la vie" : CEST
65. Dorcas, e.g. : SEAMSTRESS
1. Skins : PARES
2. Lancastrian, to a Yorkist : ENEMY
3. Father of the 12 patriarchs : JACOB
4. Japanese seaport : OMUTA
5. Performers' inventories : REPERTOIRES
6. Exist : ARE
7. Humdrum : TIRESOME
8. "___ See for Miles," The Who hit : ICAN
9. Frankfurt father : VATER
10. Menuhin's mentor : ENESCO
11. Kentish freedman : LAET
12. Unlucky : ILLOMENED
13. Calculating device : SLIDERULE
14. Had : POSSESSED
23. Kind of vb. : IRR
25. Not concurring : DISSENTIENT
28. Clam diggers, e.g. : PANTS
30. Indian water pot : LOTA
31. Self-righteous : PHARISAIC
32. Myrtle-family tree : ROSEAPPLE
33. Saws more nocturnal wood : OUTSNORES
34. Kind of fall or form : FREE
38. English reform movement: 1838-48 : CHARTISM
42. ___ grass (meadow barley) : RIE
44. Bursts of energy : SPASMS
48. Rectangular piers : ANTAE
50. Flâneur or fainéant : IDLER
51. Candia : CRETE
52. Heels : LISTS
53. Snaky characters : ESSES
55. Subject : TEXT
57. Song for Tetrazzini : ARIA
61. Page nos. : FOS

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