New York Times, Saturday, July 11, 1992

Author: Ernie Furtado
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 68, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.50, Missing: { F G J K Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 260 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 15, XRef: 1, Spans: 2
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1. On ___ with (equal to) : APAR
5. Neck's throat: Comb. form : DERO
9. Ovid's 151 : CLI
12. Calyx part : SEPAL
14. ___-deucey (form of backgammon) : ACEY
15. "Don't Fence ___" : MEIN
16. Type of course for aspiring doctors : PREMEDICAL
18. ___ of Man : ISLE
19. Military address : SIR
20. Bridge fees : TOLLS
21. To be, in Acapulco : ESTAR
22. Cambridge sch. : MIT
24. Form of communication : EYECONTACT
26. Pepper plant : BETEL
28. Break off : SEVER
29. Useful : UTILE
30. Fouled-up : INAMESS
33. Pride et al. : SEVENDEADLYSINS
37. Refrigerates anew : RECOOLS
38. "___ Is Born" : ASTAR
39. "Stop," in Montreal : ARRET
40. Headdress : TIARA
41. Wrong : DISSERVICE
46. Vane dir. : NNE
47. Emulates Maxwell Perkins : EDITS
48. School in 51 Down : ECOLE
50. Dentist's degree : DDS
52. Old German woman : ALTE
53. ___ upon (comment critically) : ANIMADVERT
55. Raise : REAR
56. "___ Grand Night for Singing" : ITSA
57. A feline sound : MIAUL
58. Blunder : ERR
59. Woeful expression : AHME
60. Sphere starter : ATMO
1. Egyptian cobras : ASPS
2. Outermost limits : PERIMETER
3. Appetite stimulant : APERITIVE
4. Fordhamite : RAM
5. ___ Planet : DAILY
6. Church devotion : ECCLESIASTICISM
7. Rise again : REASCEND
8. Popeye's Olive ___ : OYL
9. Pelota catcher : CESTA
10. State flower of N.H. : LILAC
11. Motionless : INERT
13. "___ George do it" : LET
15. "But ___ my own": Kipling : MISTRESSIN
17. Bambi's mom, e.g. : DOE
21. Craig's "___ the Gates" : ENEMYAT
23. Today's town crier : TELECASTER
25. Office in Washington : OVAL
26. Help the waiter : BUS
27. Lakes in Washington and Canada : LENORES
31. "So I did ___": Herbert : SITANDEAT
32. Part of Ringo's set : SNAREDRUM
34. R.I. rebel: 1842 : DORR
35. Describing a crucial hour : ELEVENTH
36. Sp. woman's title : SRA
41. "The Wreck of the Mary ___" : DEARE
42. Lotus-eater : IDLER
43. Shankar's lute : SITAR
44. Leafy clusters : COMAE
45. Note from Guido : ELA
49. Teacher's degree : EDM
51. Norman battle town : STLO
53. Building designers' gp. : AIA
54. ___ dolorosa (painful course) : VIA

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