New York Times, Friday, July 6, 1990

Author:Evans
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 4.82, Missing: { F Q W X }, Scrabble score: 268 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 62, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 0
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© 1990, The New York Times
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1. Open-mouthed in amazement : AGAPE
6. Ages upon ages : AEON
10. Guitarist Atkins : CHET
14. Nobel Peace Prize co-winner: 1978 : SADAT
15. Plantation near Twelve Oaks : TARA
16. Solemn pledge : OATH
17. Superintendent Roderick Alleyn's spouse : AGATHATROY
19. Highland hillside : BRAE
20. German philosopher : HEGEL
21. Kind of grapes or dough : SOUR
23. Lang.-teaching technique : ALM
26. Indian princesses : RANIS
28. Sister of Ares : ERIS
30. Battleship to remember : MAINE
32. Laundry need : DETERGENT
35. Rabbit ears, e.g. : AERIAL
37. Kind of cap or carpet : RED
38. Pipe fitting : TEE
39. Trained in military marching : DRILLED
41. One helping to build a library : SHELVER
44. Call ___ day : ITA
45. Gram. case : NOM
47. Shoddiness : SLEAZE
48. Fla. Indians : SEMINOLES
52. Enjoyed a repast : DINED
53. Kazakhstan and Armenia, e.g. : SSRS
54. Muse with a lyre : ERATO
56. Tokyo, once : EDO
57. Deride : MOCK
59. "The House of Blue Leaves" playwright : GUARE
61. Baez or Blondell : JOAN
63. "The woman," to Sherlock Holmes : IRENEADLER
68. Unemployed : IDLE
69. Milanese money : LIRA
70. Farm-equipment man : DEERE
71. Canasta ploy : MELD
72. Turn's nocturnal partner : TOSS
73. Readily available : ONTAP
1. Botanist Gray : ASA
2. Kind of order or rule : GAG
3. City in Okla. or Minn. : ADA
4. Footway : PATH
5. Airy : ETHEREAL
6. Be present : ATTEND
7. Prior : EARLIER
8. Guadalajara gold : ORO
9. Dissenting votes : NAYS
10. Bavarian city : COBURG
11. Lord Peter's lady : HARRIETVANE
12. J.F.K. posting : ETA
13. Common article : THE
18. Muslim title : AGA
22. Above, poetically : OER
23. Model of the chivalric hero : AMADIS
24. Ophelia's brother : LAERTES
25. The Rabbi's helpmeet : MIRIAMSMALL
27. Geneviève and Catherine, e.g.: Abbr. : STES
29. Evoked a Gesundheit : SNEEZED
31. Zilch : NIL
33. Old English letters : EDHS
34. Shipworm : TEREDO
36. Jocular Jay : LENO
40. Senate minority leader : DOLE
42. Legendary treasure city : ELDORADO
43. Oahu garland : LEI
46. Corporate ploys : MERGERS
49. ___ out (resolved difficulties) : IRONED
50. Exec.-branch council : NSC
51. Spa amenities : SAUNAS
55. An inventor's monogram : TAE
58. Scot's wraparound : KILT
60. London's "Martin ___" : EDEN
61. Huck's traveling companion : JIM
62. Doe anagram : ODE
64. Flight destination in songdom : RIO
65. Court call : LET
66. Notable period : ERA
67. Corded fabric : REP

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