New York Times, Thursday, July 13, 1989

Author: Thomas W. Schier
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 5.00, Missing: { K Q X }, Scrabble score: 294 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 11, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
Thomas W. Schier has 10 pre-Shortz puzzles and 17 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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Across Down
1. Beatty film : REDS
5. Deals with : HASAT
10. Central sections : HUBS
14. Ceramist's compound : FRIT
15. A.L. batting champ: 1971 : OLIVA
16. Actor Jannings : EMIL
17. Actress Merrill : DINA
18. Roadside gutter : WATERTABLE
20. How to give criticism : CONSTRUCTIVELY
22. Foreordain : DOOM
23. Bank (on) : RELY
24. Nervous : JUMPY
27. Lake Nasser dam : ASWAN
30. President of Albania : ALIA
31. Fought for breath : PANTED
33. Greek letter : TAU
36. Forte of Mr. Chips : INSTRUCTIVENESS
39. Long.'s partner : LAT
40. Complete : ENTIRE
41. Myrmecologist's topic : ANTS
42. Relating to vision : OPTIC
43. Manor-house style : TUDOR
44. ___ War, 1920 Belmont winner : MANO
46. Eclipse, with "out" : BLOT
48. Rambo's policy : DESTRUCTIONISM
54. Wagoner's activity at the end of the day : UNHITCHING
55. ___ moi (at my home) : CHEZ
57. Elbow appendage : ROOM
58. "Ars ___ . . . " : LONGA
59. Former Houston hockey player : AERO
60. Contribute to the kitty : ANTE
61. ___ Bell (Anne Brontë) : ACTON
62. Clean : LAVE
1. "Mayberry ___," TV program : RFD
2. Sevareid or Clapton : ERIC
3. The Flintstones' pet : DINO
4. Hold firm to a decision : STANDPAT
5. Dacey's "___ Avoid Probate" : HOWTO
6. Fire signal : ALARM
7. In ___ (in place) : SITU
8. With, to Bardot : AVEC
9. Caustic : TART
10. Hindu's devaloka : HEAVEN
11. A racemose inflorescence : UMBEL
12. Budd or Sunday : BILLY
13. Weaver's reed : SLEY
19. Screed : TIRADE
21. Bean or sauce preceder : SOY
24. Monopoly corner : JAIL
25. Armbone : ULNA
26. Fog's fellow traveler : MIST
27. Frolicsome : ANTIC
28. Get a move on : STIR
29. "___ Got Tonight," 1976 song : WEVE
31. Indentation at the bottom of a wine bottle : PUNT
32. Shakespearean play part : ACTI
33. Lean towards : TEND
34. In re : ASTO
35. Home of the K.G.B. : USSR
37. News broadcast : REPORT
38. Maritime : NAUTICAL
42. Prompt : ONTIME
43. Heavy weight : TON
44. ___ horseback (dictators) : MENON
45. "___ in the Dark," 1964 film : ASHOT
46. Certain hall call : BINGO
47. Beantown's airport : LOGAN
48. ___ mater (brain membrane) : DURA
49. U.S.C. rival : UCLA
50. Clash, in Cannes : CHOC
51. Add color : TINT
52. Flushing stadium : SHEA
53. Entrepreneur Griffin : MERV
56. Playwright Akins : ZOE

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