New York Times, Friday, June 25, 1993

Author: Jesse Roarke
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Min Word Len: 4, Missing: { F J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 264 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 1
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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Clouds blown by the wind : RACK
5. Nine-banded armadillo : PEBA
9. Napoleonic marshal : MURAT
14. Perry's chronicler : ERLE
15. Organic compound : ENOL
16. Separator of once and time : UPONA
17. Loaded for ___ : BEAR
18. Indian tourist attraction : AGRA
19. Famed Aussie netman : LAVER
20. Twisted up : ENSNARLED
22. Winter month in Honduras : ENERO
23. Star in Auriga : CAPELLA
24. Himalayan denizen : YETI
26. Newcastle-on-___ : TYNE
28. Rakehelly fellow : RASCAL
32. Time, to Mehta : TEMPO
36. Cecelia Bartoli, e.g. : DIVA
38. Philip Nolan's creator : HALE
39. Jewish month : ADAR
40. Cassatt's mentor : DEGAS
41. Similar : AKIN
42. A Platonic dialogue : MENO
43. Pitcher Hershiser : OREL
44. "Night Music" playwright : ODETS
45. Fast : PRESTO
47. Musical silence : REST
49. Land of 4 Down : EIRE
51. Pertaining to Claudius's adopted son : NERONIC
56. Mature : ADULT
59. Very softly : SOTTOVOCE
61. A gemstone : BERYL
62. Down Under honey possum : TAIT
63. Asseverate : AVER
64. Inspirit : ELATE
65. Without, in Wiesbaden : OHNE
66. La ___ period, late Iron Age : TENE
67. Monica of tennis : SELES
68. Boy, to Brutus : PUER
69. Ancient Greek city : ELIS
1. Lute's cousin : REBEC
2. The Omni is one : ARENA
3. Fastener : CLASP
4. Foot soldier for Brian Boru : KERNE
5. Like a 30th-anniversary gift : PEARLY
6. Little ___, old anti-imperialist : ENGLANDER
7. Caliber : BORE
8. S. Foster's "Nelly Was ___" : ALADY
9. Matador's red lure : MULETA
10. Vedic treatise : UPANISHAD
11. Divagate : ROVE
12. Male insect : ANER
13. Starchy rootstock : TARO
21. Countertenor : ALTO
25. Actian and Alexandrian : ERAS
27. One of the Alps : EIGER
29. Gugelhupf, e.g. : CAKE
30. Came down : ALIT
31. This may be concave : LENS
32. Pound lightly : TAMP
33. Hessian river : EDER
34. Mop of a sort : MANE
35. Convert : PROSELYTE
37. Token of affection : VALENTINE
40. It's in a jamb : DOOR
44. Another, in Ávila : OTRO
46. Pugilists' prizes : TITLES
48. Hunting dog : SETTER
50. Prevent legally : ESTOP
52. Egglike : OVATE
53. Austen work : NOVEL
54. Boadicea's tribe : ICENI
55. Goddess who knew her oats : CERES
56. Burrows and Fortas : ABES
57. Editor's direction : DELE
58. River to the Caspian : URAL
60. Honolulu's island : OAHU

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