New York Times, Friday, August 13, 1993

Author: Jesse Roarke
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { J K Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 258 (avg 1.38)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 10, XRef: 4
Jesse Roarke has 48 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Loose garment : ROBE
5. Mistake : ERROR
10. Vaunt : BRAG
14. The ___ Chancellor (Bismarck) : IRON
15. Soft, to Solti : PIANO
16. Douglas Hyde's land : EIRE
17. Artist who founded the naturalistic school : CARAVAGGIO
19. St. Clare and Tanguay : EVAS
20. Upper crust : ELITE
21. Overbearing : INSOLENT
23. Angers : IRES
26. Neat : TRIG
27. Ecclesiastical traffickers : SIMONIACS
32. Do the job of a 48 Across : ENACT
35. Crockett quarry : COON
36. Abbie's companion in comics : SLATS
38. Wallaroo : EURO
39. Computer gate : AND
40. Irish patriot : EMMET
41. Half pint : CUP
42. Danish-American reformer : RIIS
44. Unvalued, as a stock : NOPAR
45. "It tolls for ___": Donne : THEE
46. Oliver's boss : FAGIN
48. Lawgiver : NOMOTHETE
50. Budget Director Panetta : LEON
52. Graf - ___ : SPEE
53. Supports for jockeys' feet : STIRRUPS
57. Came up : AROSE
61. Venerable : HOAR
62. Followers of 17 Across : TENEBRISTS
65. Best or Ferber : EDNA
66. Bilge : TRIPE
67. Relative of P.D.Q. : ASAP
68. "Hi and ___," comic strip : LOIS
69. Himalayan beings : YETIS
70. Author Joyce ___ : CARY
1. Staple of Asia : RICE
2. Evangelist Roberts : ORAL
3. Soprano Lucrezia ___ : BORI
4. Kinship on mother's side : ENATION
5. Browner's org. : EPA
6. Fit out for sailing : RIG
7. East Indian cereal grass : RAGI
8. ___ years (aged) : ONIN
9. Chanticleer rules it : ROOST
10. Direct route : BEELINE
11. Milieu of 29 Down : RIVEGAUCHE
12. Flaherty's "Man of ___" : ARAN
13. Notable deed : GEST
18. Pitcher Ruhle : VERN
22. Source of metal : ORE
24. German for 14 Across : EISEN
25. Yellowish pink : SALMON
27. Head covering : SCARF
28. Ancient Asia Minor region : IONIA
29. A leader of modernism in art : MODIGLIANI
30. Argentine grassland : CAMPO
31. Cooks clams, in a way : STEAMS
33. Vinegar vessel : CRUET
34. Pith helmet : TOPEE
37. Hone a razor : STROP
43. High chains : SIERRAS
45. Cure-all : THERIAC
47. Hide ___ hair : NOR
49. Lachrymal drop : TEAR
51. Like a fruitcake : NUTTY
53. Artist-author Silverstein : SHEL
54. Dust-up : TODO
55. Balzac's "Le ___ Goriot" : PERE
56. Pet : SNIT
58. Greek peak : OSSA
59. Headliner : STAR
60. Sec. of Agriculture : ESPY
63. Finial : EPI
64. Egyptian god of music : BES

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