New York Times, Saturday, July 25, 1992

Author: Jack L. Steinhardt
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.54, Missing: { F J K Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 260 (avg 1.34)
Open Squares: 98, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
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© 1992, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Slopes backward : RECEDES
8. Inheritor's headache : PROBATE
15. Paregoric : ANODYNE
16. Early Delawareans : LENAPES
17. Colporteurs, e.g. : VENDERS
18. Transport : ENCHANT
19. German river : EMS
20. Bright or promising : ROSEATE
22. Robotic drama : RUR
23. Luminous intensity units : NITS
25. Tilting arena : LISTS
26. Longfellow's bell town : ATRI
27. Perfumer's alcohol : NEROL
29. Route number : ONE
30. Commercial entrepreneurs : ADMEN
31. Vedic spirit : ASURA
32. Beatty or Buntline : NED
33. Basketball defense : PRESS
34. French vineyard : CRU
35. Bull or fountain chaser : PEN
36. Afterward : LATER
38. Thus, to Terence : SIC
41. They don't play with the pros : ANTIS
44. Birthplace of St. Theresa : AVILA
45. Cry of disgust : PAH
46. City above Helsinki : LAHTI
47. Iberian waterways : RIOS
48. Belvedere or maduro : CIGAR
50. Word with office or shark : LOAN
51. Golfer Baker-Finch : IAN
52. Atmospheric emissions : AURORAS
54. Director Grosbard : ULU
55. Paint with dots : STIPPLE
57. Speech impairment : APHASIA
59. Roman epithet for Juno : SOSPITA
60. Patois : DIALECT
61. Ingenuous : ARTLESS
62. As a group : ENMASSE
1. Site of Dante's tomb : RAVENNA
2. " . . . naked to mine ___": Shak. : ENEMIES
3. Certain interpreter of laws : CONSTRUCTIONIST
4. Actor Byrnes : EDD
5. British poet: 1700-58 : DYER
6. Matriculate : ENROL
7. Legislative meeting : SESSION
8. Like some skirts : PLEATED
9. Breaches : RENTS
10. At all : ONCE
11. Cry from Marley's partner : BAH
12. City dwellings : APARTMENTHOUSES
13. Holding periods : TENURES
14. Certain hormones : ESTRINS
21. Villein : ESNE
24. Buckwheat-family weeds : SORRELS
26. Situated near the kidneys : ADRENAL
28. Lady in Petrarch's sonnets : LAURA
30. Daunt : APPAL
36. Chief city of ancient Thessaly : LARISSA
37. Wiley or Post : AVIATOR
38. Rosaceous shrubs : SPIREAS
39. Husband of Emilia : IAGO
40. Pantomime of a sort : CHARADE
42. Type of type : ITALICS
43. Winding : SINUATE
48. Venerative groups : CULTS
49. A Sorbonne student : RAPIN
52. " . . . baked in ___" : APIE
53. Pinchbeck : SHAM
56. A wd. often ending in "ing" : PPL
58. ___ vapeur (steamed) : ALA

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