New York Times, Thursday, June 24, 1993

Author: Beverly J. Seward
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { F Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 278 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 0
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Across Down
1. Lesser Antilles native : CARIB
6. Actress Stapleton : JEAN
10. Mountain near Lake of Lucerne : RIGI
14. Pleasant, in Pisa : AMENO
15. Yes ___ (ultimatum words) : ORNO
16. Norse deity : ODIN
17. Mixed wines? : SINEW
18. Reverse time? : EMIT
19. Sergeant of W.W. I fame : YORK
20. Tactful friend in a fray? : DIPLOMATICALLY
23. Actress Spelling : TORI
24. Radical derived from an acid : ACYL
25. Intl. group since 1948 : OAS
28. Grassland of S. Africa : VELD
30. It's thrown in Spain? : ELTORO
34. It's out of this world! : SPACE
36. Encumbrance : LOAD
38. Sacred image : ICON
39. One of the Lesser Sundas : TIMOR
40. Puzzler's bird : ERN
41. Petty pest : TEASE
42. Privy to : INON
43. ___-dieu (kneeling bench) : PRIE
44. Canadian physician: 1849-1919 : OSLER
45. Tennis pro Andre ___ : AGASSI
47. Watercraft : SCOW
49. What Hamlet called himself : ASS
50. Bib and tucker : TOGS
52. Hollow : DENT
54. Vessel for a representative abroad? : AMBASSADORSHIP
60. Apply restraint : CURB
61. Mariner's unit of speed : KNOT
62. "To ___ human . . .": Pope : ERRIS
64. Airline at Lod : ELAL
65. Twiddling thumbs : IDLE
66. Fraser of tennis : NEALE
67. Coty or Cassin : RENE
68. Comedian Louis et al. : NYES
69. Abided : DWELT
1. Instance, in Quebec : CAS
2. Surrounded by : AMID
3. Painter Guido ___ : RENI
4. All thumbs : INEPT
5. Devotee of a certain weapon? : BOWLOVER
6. Name synonymous with old jokes : JOEMILLER
7. Writer Bombeck : ERMA
8. One of the Santas : ANITA
9. Like dieters' cake? : NOTICED
10. Part of Prince Charles's wardrobe? : ROYALTIES
11. Graven image : IDOL
12. Little woman? : GIRL
13. Atramentous : INKY
21. Eugene's loc. : ORE
22. Eng. part : CYL
25. Ancient port of Rome : OSTIA
26. Little's talent : APING
27. Pago Pago's place : SAMOA
29. Duke or Day : DORIS
31. City in Fla. : OCALA
32. Ramblers : ROSES
33. Knockouts of a sort : ONERS
35. Prisoners' surface for chow? : CONSTABLE
37. Amusing yarns : ANECDOTES
41. Finale for Podunk? : TOWNSEND
43. Boars, hogs, etc.? : PIGSKIN
46. Distress letters : SOS
48. Done, to Donne : OER
51. ___ Hook, N.J. : SANDY
53. Pegged : THREW
54. Very lucky golfer? : ACER
55. Kind of train : MULE
56. Kind of muffin : BRAN
57. Senator from Kan. : DOLE
58. Dies ___ : IRAE
59. Unwelcome one : PILL
63. Defeat Goren : SET

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