New York Times, Tuesday, July 20, 1993

Author: Joel D. Lafargue
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { J Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 0
Joel D. Lafargue has 51 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1993, The New York Times
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1. Drink like Snoopy : LAPUP
6. Tank contents, sometimes : AIR
9. Attractive : CUTE
13. "What's in ___?" : ANAME
14. Otherwise : ELSE
15. African antelope : ORYX
16. Message from heaven? : SKYWRITING
18. Produce pandowdy : BAKE
19. Owns : HAS
20. Defeat a contract : SET
21. Takes a trip : TUMBLES
23. Lakers' arena : FORUM
25. A Gish, briefly : LIL
26. Mountainous : ALPINE
29. Not affecting the outcome : ACADEMIC
34. Makes un-hole-y : DARNS
35. Med. course : ANAT
36. Maine town : SACO
37. Buy ___ in a poke : APIG
38. Church path : AISLE
39. Despot : TSAR
40. Key pie ingredient : LIME
41. Actir Pickens : SLIM
42. "You've ___ Out on a Limb," 1940 song : GOTME
43. Coffee-house offering : ESPRESSO
45. Got nervous : TENSED
46. Bandleader? : BEE
47. Scandinavian : NORSE
49. Regal name in Spain : ALFONSO
53. Use a divan : SIT
54. Do some shirring : SEW
57. Comment from Garfield : MEOW
58. Dark image : SILHOUETTE
61. List-ending abbr. : ETAL
62. Thessalian peak : OSSA
63. Clark's 1939 role : RHETT
64. Houston and Browne : SAMS
65. Rubicund : RED
66. Simon of opera fame : ESTES
1. Mascara recipient : LASH
2. "Johnny's Theme" composer : ANKA
3. Gives compensation : PAYS
4. Colliers' gp. : UMW
5. People : PERSONS
6. He once had feet of Clay : ALI
7. "Money ___ everything!" : ISNT
8. Control : REGULATE
9. Colonial road item : COBBLESTONE
10. Caspian feeder : URAL
11. Young 'un : TYKE
12. Liz has had some : EXES
14. "___, Brute" : ETTU
17. "Able was ___ I . . . " : IERE
22. Start of "Home, Sweet Home" : MID
23. Postprandial containers : FINGERBOWLS
24. Stately residence : MANSION
26. Alan-___ of ballads : ADALE
27. ___ lazuli : LAPIS
28. Dress with care : PRIMP
30. Storm warning? : CALM
31. Sail supports : MASTS
32. Veni, translated : ICAME
33. Prepared apples for baking : CORED
35. Is not well : AILS
38. Tax man : ASSESSOR
42. Expressive movement : GESTURE
44. Hallow ender : EEN
45. Tom, Dick, and Harry : TRIO
48. Workplace watchdog org. : OSHA
49. Singing brothers : AMES
50. "___ smile be your . . . " : LETA
51. Beer head : FOAM
52. Fr.-Belg. river : OISE
54. Delete a dele : STET
55. Kitchen finish : ETTE
56. Volstead antis : WETS
59. Hallucinogenic drug : LSD
60. Inquiring expressions : EHS

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