New York Times, Tuesday, July 4, 1989

Author:Dale O. Burgener
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { Q X Z }
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 5, Spans: 1
Dale O. Burgener has 16 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1989, The New York Times
Across Down
1. D.O.B. of the U.S.A., with 10 Across : JULYFOUR
6. Rousing start for 1 Across : BANG
10. See 1 Across : ONESEVENSEVENSIX
14. Zodiac's Ram : ARIES
15. Ending with peek or bug : ABOO
16. Identical : SAME
17. Sir ___ Newton : ISAAC
18. Emulate Paul Revere : RIDE
19. Plane designer Sikorsky : IGOR
20. Limited-width condition : NARROWNESS
22. Sheriff's assts. : DEPS
23. Premier flagmaker : ROSS
24. Consecrate : BLESS
26. Crimp with a heated iron : GOFFER
30. ___-in-the-wool : DYED
31. U.S. cit. : AMER
32. Sail the skies : SOAR
35. Not likely : UNAPT
39. Time for celebration : INDEPENDENCEDAY
42. Second-generation Japanese in the U.S. : NISEI
43. Napoleonic victory site : LODI
44. Possible material for Old Glory : SILK
45. Ethereal : AERY
47. A man's home, proverbially : CASTLE
49. Rock: Comb. form : PETRO
51. Legal claim on property : LIEN
53. Type of exam : ORAL
54. Powerful firecracker : CHERRYBOMB
60. Passport endorsement : VISA
61. Japanese zither : KOTO
62. Sandpiper or heron : WADER
63. Tops in spots : ACES
64. Very dark, to Shelley : EBON
65. Contest site : ARENA
66. For fear that : LEST
67. Singer Bennett : TONY
68. You can get a rise from this : YEAST
1. Indian ascetic : JAIN
2. Bear in the sky : URSA
3. Baron Munchausen, e.g. : LIAR
4. See 10 Across : YEAR
5. "___ and . . . ": Lincoln : FOURSCORE
6. Outbuildings : BARNS
7. "___ Irish Rose" : ABIES
8. Gives silent approval : NODS
9. "As Time ___," 1931 song : GOESBY
10. Partiality : ONESIDEDNESS
11. "His acts being ___": Shak. : SEVENAGES
12. " . . . maids with ___": Carroll : SEVENMOPS
13. "Patriotic" team from Phila. : SIXERS
21. Not so good : WORSE
25. Colorless beginning : LEUC
26. Increase : GAIN
27. Everywhere: Comb. form : OMNI
28. T-men or G-men : FEDS
29. Spiritual celebrating liberty : FREEATLAST
30. A famous Scott : DRED
33. Sole : ONLY
34. Foofaraw : ADO
36. Mine entrance : ADIT
37. Satiate : PALL
38. Tot : TYKE
40. Walkway above water : PIER
41. More attractive : NICER
46. Sky lighter on 39 Across : ROCKET
48. Nevertheless : ANYWAY
49. "Eternal vigilance is the ___ of liberty": Jefferson : PRICE
50. Alleviates : EASES
51. Pretend : LETON
52. Subtle sarcasm : IRONY
53. Egg-shaped : OVAL
55. Traveler sans tickets : HOBO
56. Uncovered : BARE
57. Greek theaters : ODEA
58. " . . . times that try ___ souls": Paine : MENS
59. Bad-mannered child : BRAT

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