New York Times, Friday, July 30, 1993

Author:Dorothea E. Shipp
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 45, Avg Word Len: 5.00, Missing: { F J Q X }, Scrabble score: 260 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
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© 1993, The New York Times
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1. "___, amas, I love a lass": J. O'Keeffe : AMO
4. Actress Rehan : ADA
7. Down ___ out : AND
10. Some noncoms : SMS
13. Damage : MAR
14. Of a more cheerful nature : SUNNIER
16. Juin's predecessor : MAI
17. State flowers of Md. : BLACKEYEDSUSANS
20. Cunctatious : LATE
21. Gluts : SATES
22. Bureau or auto tag-on : CRAT
23. Actress Gray of TV : ERIN
24. Feminine name ending : ETTE
25. In a fury, as a mob : RIOTING
29. Young man (or woman) who went west : PIONEER
32. What a conundrum needs : ANSWER
33. Stick : ADHERE
34. Eggs, to Cato : OVA
35. D.C. group for art's sake : NEA
36. Risers at Oxford : SPIRES
39. Loft : GARRET
43. Farm implements : SEEDERS
44. Allen film: 1973 : SLEEPER
46. Place for a toque : TETE
47. Interface : LINE
48. Greek vowels : ETAS
49. Had la grippe : AILED
54. "___ Most Unusual Day" : ITSA
55. Hypocrite: Matt. 23:27 : WHITEDSEPULCHER
58. " . . . hour at ___": Burns : EEN
59. Book of the Old Testament : EZEKIEL
60. Samara producer : ELM
61. Oral surgeon's deg. : DDS
62. Haw's opposite : GEE
63. Norm: Abbr. : STD
64. Cobb of baseball and namesakes : TYS
1. Mystery writer Eric : AMBLER
2. Disease transmitted by mosquitoes : MALARIA
3. Bryan discourse : ORATION
4. Quiz : ASK
5. Club fees : DUES
6. Writer Seton : ANYA
7. Aptly named assistant : AIDE
8. Headland : NESS
9. Joanne of films : DRU
10. Brighter : SMARTER
11. Dugong's relative : MANATEE
12. Dreiser's "___ Carrie" : SISTER
15. Lepidopterist's trap : NET
18. Small change : CENTS
19. Tantrum in public : SCENE
26. "And ___ a big red rose" : IWORE
27. Diehard's cry : NEVER
28. Whitman's "Leaves of ___" : GRASS
29. Ruers' sensations : PANGS
30. Nonpareil : IDEAL
31. "World's busiest airport" : OHARE
36. Surged, in a way : SEETHED
37. Vichy premier (1940-44) and family : PETAINS
38. That is, to Tacitus : IDEST
40. Archeologist's find : RELIC
41. Disparaging word : EPITHET
42. In a strained manner : TENSELY
43. Squiffed : STEWED
45. Prepares for war again : REARMS
49. Trimming tool : ADZE
50. "Got it!" : ISEE
51. Cash in Albania : LEK
52. Finials : EPIS
53. Siegmund-Sieglinde number : DUET
56. Meas. of brain waves : EEG
57. A legal deg. : LLD

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