New York Times, Wednesday, June 23, 1993

Author:Robert Herrig
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 4.95, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 261 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 78, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 11, XRef: 0
Robert Herrig has 4 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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© 1993, The New York Times
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1. Lover : FLAME
6. Friendly force : ALLY
10. A king of Israel : AHAB
14. Kind of sentence : RUNON
15. "The ___ Nights" : IOOI
16. It's above the withers : MANE
17. Specialized talk : ARGOT
18. Holy Spirit symbol : DOVE
19. Computer unit : BYTE
20. Farm's first line of defense? : MISSILESILO
23. Strawberry, once : MET
24. Hash house : EATERY
25. A witch in "Bewitched" : ENDORA
27. ___, zwei . . . : EINS
29. Large sharks : MAKOS
32. Lhasa ___, Tibetan terrier : APSO
36. Quaver, e.g. : NOTE
38. "Ave Maria, gratia ___ . . ." : PLENA
39. Yachtsman's parking charge : MOORAGE
41. Music makers? : SPHERES
43. Manual counterpart : PEDAL
44. Actress Harrow : LISA
46. Former Soviet sts. : SSRS
47. Watergate figure : STANS
48. Entre ___ : NOUS
50. Ermines in summer : STOATS
53. Put forth effort : LAIDTO
58. Club : BAT
60. Mechanized farmer's stance? : PROTRACTORS
62. River at Chartres : EURE
64. Rat-___ : ATAT
65. Circle lines : RADII
66. List ender : ETAL
67. Trailing plant : BINE
68. "___ and palely loitering?": Keats : ALONE
69. Gallinacean : FOWL
70. Abominable Snowman : YETI
71. Dewey in 1948 : LOSER
1. Oil encircler : FRAME
2. Co-Nobelist in Medicine: 1969 : LURIA
3. Dread : ANGST
4. Bullwinkle, in comics : MOOSE
5. Complete : ENTIRE
6. Adjutant : AIDE
7. Most freewheeling : LOOSEST
8. The ___ Spoonful, rock group : LOVIN
9. Crop measure : YIELD
10. S. Temple was one : AMB
11. Farmers' favorite punches? : HAYMAKERS
12. Upfront money : ANTE
13. Symbol of redness : BEET
21. Deceiver's activity : LYING
22. Ann Sheridan's asset : OOMPH
26. An anagram for laser : RALES
28. "Joyeux ___" : NOEL
30. Real pip : ONER
31. Brat's rejoinder : SASS
32. Juice units : AMPS
33. Lovelace, e.g. : POET
34. Crop for pop? : SODASTRAW
35. Praying statue : ORANT
37. It, in Italy : ESSO
40. Columnist Stewart or Joseph : ALSOP
42. "Hey, ___," 1963 hit song : PAULA
45. Coffee type : INSTANT
49. Holy : SACRAL
51. Sheik's land, in a song : ARABY
52. Comedienne Fields : TOTIE
54. Composer Montemezzi : ITALO
55. Stupid people : DODOS
56. Threefold : TRINE
57. Weaving willow : OSIER
58. "Where's the ___?" : BEEF
59. Hudson, e.g. : AUTO
61. Major East Coast hwy. : RTEI
63. Annex : ELL

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