New York Times, Thursday, July 19, 1990

Author:Eli Wesoff
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 5.00, Missing: { B F J Q V X }, Scrabble score: 288 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
Eli Wesoff has 92 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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© 1990, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Dance of the 30's : SHAG
5. Axlike tool : ADZE
9. Timetable, for short : SCHED
14. She gets what she wants : LOLA
15. Ipecac is one : ROOT
16. K.G.B. ancestor : CHEKA
17. Bedouin chieftain : EMIR
18. Lady Chaplin : OONA
19. Like a trireme : OARED
20. Express thoughts carefully : WEIGHONESWORDS
23. Hebrew letter : LAMED
24. List closing : ETC
25. Halley's ___ : COMET
28. Part of a shoe : INSOLE
31. Porter or stout : ALE
32. Be about to happen : IMPEND
36. Tops : AONE
38. Feel free to act : SEEONESWAYCLEAR
41. Metal strap : HASP
42. In ___ (so to speak) : ASENSE
43. Monogram of Atlanta's burner : WTS
44. A rhyme for credent : NEEDNT
46. Money in the bank : ASSET
48. "___ that I loved Caesar less . . . ": Brutus : NOT
49. Work incentive : RAISE
52. Keep cool when vexed : HOLDONESTEMPER
58. Hot and sticky : HUMID
59. Official records : ACTA
60. Pier support : PILE
61. Coeur d'___, Idaho city : ALENE
62. Hound : TAIL
63. Edom : ESAU
64. Kitchen gadget : PARER
65. Nashville attraction : OPRY
66. Incline : RAMP
1. A lot : SLEW
2. Man's castle? : HOME
3. Familiar follower of et : ALII
4. Treat a sore throat : GARGLE
5. Forster's "___ with a View" : AROOM
6. Part of a Blackmore title : DOONE
7. Sectional : ZONED
8. Greek letters : ETAS
9. Moves hastily : SCOOTS
10. Certain drawing pencil : CHARCOAL
11. Drove : HERD
12. Barely manages, with "out" : EKES
13. Celebrant in June : DAD
21. ___ hand (humbly) : HATIN
22. Actress Barrie and Hiller : WENDYS
25. Moneyed country singer? : CASH
26. City on the Allegheny : OLEAN
27. Reagan Cabinet member : MEESE
28. Words before instant or uproar : INAN
29. Early film mogul and family : LOEWS
30. On the mother's side : ENATE
33. "___ Me," 1929 song : MEANTO
34. Attention-getting sound : PSST
35. Flock member : EWE
37. While's forerunner : ERST
39. Call-in : OPENLINE
40. Desist's partner : CEASE
45. Tremble : DODDER
47. "___ fidelis" : SEMPER
49. Digest, for short : RECAP
50. On the move : ASTIR
51. Virgil called it Ausonia : ITALY
52. Wahine's dance : HULA
53. Hebrew dry measure : OMER
54. Acronym originating in 1949 : NATO
55. Galileo's birthplace : PISA
56. Its capital was Susa : ELAM
57. Enlist again : REUP
58. Gen. Arnold : HAP

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