New York Times, Wednesday, August 1, 1990

Author:Jeanette K. Brill
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.00, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 292 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 78, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0
Jeanette K. Brill has 79 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1990, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Up and ___ (busy) : DOING
6. Namesakes of Hungarian hero Nagy : IMRES
11. Watch pocket : FOB
14. Mr. Doubleday : ABNER
15. Very poor : NEEDY
16. Hail or farewell : AVE
17. Fla. resort city : WINTERHAVEN
19. Fall behind : LAG
20. Terry Bradshaw was one : STEELER
21. Choir voice : ALTO
22. French possessive : SES
25. Bobby Ewing's beloved : APRIL
26. Debit's opposite : ASSET
27. Shillelagh : CLUB
29. Easy as ___ : PIE
30. Actor Guinness : ALEC
31. Munitions, for short : AMMO
32. Celebrating a victory : TRIUMPHAL
36. Self-reproach : REMORSE
39. Examine a second time : RESTUDY
40. Aspirant, as to a throne : PRETENDER
42. Angers : IRES
43. Depend (on) : RELY
44. Dip bait lightly : DIB
46. Year at the end of the reign of Decius : CCLI
47. Bathes : LAVES
49. Bad dog : BITER
51. Owns : HAS
52. "Lucky Jim" author : AMIS
53. Jungle treks : SAFARIS
55. ___ Pot, Cambodian leader : POL
56. Ill. city where Lincoln is buried : SPRINGFIELD
60. Word with will or bred : ILL
61. Rear : ERECT
62. Powerful beam : LASER
63. Wedding-report word : NEE
64. Auto parts in England : TYRES
65. Vacuous : EMPTY
1. "See-saw, Margery ___ . . . " : DAW
2. Sash : OBI
3. Smalll hotel : INN
4. N.B.A. team : NETS
5. Garbo : GRETA
6. Was bequeathed : INHERITED
7. More powdery : MEALIER
8. Make merry : REVEL
9. River in W. Germany : EDER
10. Opposite of ant. : SYN
11. City near Alexandria, Va. : FALLSCHURCH
12. Egg-shaped : OVATE
13. Sired : BEGOT
18. Corded fabric : REPP
21. Germ-free : ASEPTIC
22. Cut into a steep slope : SCARP
23. Fudd or Gantry : ELMER
24. Town in Ga. or S.C. : SUMMERVILLE
26. Gifts to the poor : ALMS
28. Layette items : BOOTEES
30. Industrial city in E. Germany : AUE
33. Annoyances : IRRITANTS
34. Writer St. Johns : ADELA
35. Gradual recession of a disease : LYSIS
37. Cath. and Prot. : RELS
38. Bend in a ship's plank : SNY
41. Imposing building : EDIFICE
45. Icy hazard at sea : BERG
47. Rabbit fur : LAPIN
48. Soap plant : AMOLE
49. Less clothed : BARER
50. M-1, e.g. : RIFLE
53. Agile : SPRY
54. Where Anna taught : SIAM
56. Defeat a contract at bridge : SET
57. Sixth sense, for short : ESP
58. Rent out : LET
59. Exsuccous : DRY

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