New York Times, Saturday, July 3, 1993

Author: Tap Osborn
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.36, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 297 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 81, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Tap Osborn has 110 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.
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© 1993, The New York Times
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1. Gentle person : LAMB
5. Prince ___ of the Netherlands : CLAUS
10. Learn of : HEAR
14. Former Albanian leader : ALIA
15. Author of "The Nun's Story": 1956 : HULME
16. Thessalian peak : OSSA
17. Wow -- look at those clouds! : HOLYMACKERELSKY
20. A ginseng : REDBERRY
21. Miami's Hall of Fame quarterback : GRIESE
22. Keenness : EDGE
23. Classic cars : REOS
24. Menu choice : ENTREE
27. Sphagnum : PEATMOSS
31. Arabian tambourine : TAAR
32. Signs, in Sorrento : SEGNI
33. ___ mater : PIA
34. Crimminy -- look at those trains! : HOLYCOWCATCHERS
38. Latin I word : AMO
39. Of an eye part : UVEAL
40. Smelters' needs : ORES
41. Teen-ager's terminus : NINETEEN
43. Gypsy tongue : ROMANY
45. Bud of "Harold and Maude" : CORT
46. Honor, in a way : FETE
47. Packard's "The ___ Seekers" : STATUS
50. Henri's oils : MATISSES
54. Golly -- what a fine city! : HOLYTOLEDOSPAIN
56. Surmounting : ATOP
57. Cargo mover : LADER
58. Ruin : UNDO
59. Lunkhead : DOPE
60. Jefferson was one : DEIST
61. Penury : NEED
1. Baum's lion in film : LAHR
2. Burn balm : ALOE
3. Weather word : MILD
4. Wax myrtle : BAYBERRY
5. Attack shout : CHARGE
6. Filthy green stuff : LUCRE
7. Booze : ALKY
8. Japanese apricot : UME
9. "The ___," Steiger film: 1968 : SERGEANT
10. Theory of unified wholes : HOLISM
11. True nature : ESSE
12. Poses : ASKS
13. Martha of Butte : RAYE
18. King Cyaxares was one : MEDE
19. Sexy : EROTIC
23. Splendid : REGAL
24. An Allen of history : ETHAN
25. Judd or Bliven : NAOMI
26. Accipiter's weapon : TALON
27. Type of pie : PECAN
28. Vehicle for Bartoli : OPERA
29. Police-car adjunct : SIREN
30. Procacious : SASSY
32. Like a Brown girl : SWEET
35. Leave or clip : CUTOUT
36. Like some flights today : OVERSOLD
37. Simple : HOMESPUN
42. Copy of an original : ECTYPE
43. Snappish answer : RETORT
44. Birdsong of N.B.A. fame : OTIS
46. Grows dim : FADES
47. Herringlike fish : SHAD
48. Miss Gale's dog : TOTO
49. Crooked : ALOP
50. Central: Comb. form : MEDI
51. Logical : SANE
52. Soprano Noréna : EIDE
53. Tidy, to Angus : SNOD
55. Papuan city : LAE

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