New York Times, Friday, August 14, 1992

Author: William Canine
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 5.29, Missing: { F Q X }, Scrabble score: 300 (avg 1.62)
Open Squares: 56, Cheaters: 14, FITB: 3, XRef: 0
William Canine has 65 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1992, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Indonesian island : CERAM
6. Mores : ETHOS
11. City on the Rhone : GENEVA
12. Language family including Finnish : URALIC
14. More affected : ARTIER
15. Emmy winner Tony : RANDALL
17. Deli order : BLT
18. Shipyard feature : DRYDOCK
20. Bovine cry : MOO
21. Bellow : ROAR
23. Conked out : SLEPT
24. Bulgarian coins : LEVA
25. The Ram : ARIES
27. Mickey was her first husband : AVA
28. Formed a foundation for : BASED
29. Maigret colleague : GENDARME
31. Cheats : COZENS
32. Capital of Slovenia : LJUBLJANA
34. Only pope from England : ADRIAN
37. Wild grain : OATGRASS
41. Lark : PRANK
42. Napoleon Solo, for one : SPY
43. Roman dictator : SULLA
44. Fried bread : PONE
45. Cover: Comb. form : STEGO
47. Spinnaker, e.g. : SAIL
48. U.S.N. officer : ENS
49. Digs : BURROWS
51. This may be marked "Pd." : RCT
52. "Il Trovatore" heroine : LEONORA
54. Wild : UNTAME
56. Nose-wrinkling : SMELLY
57. Sprang : LEAPED
58. Influences : SWAYS
59. Wood nymph : DRYAD
1. Unquestionable : CERTAIN
2. Suffix for differ : ENT
3. Editor Whitelaw ___: 1837-1912 : REID
4. Declares : AVERS
5. Elia's sister and co-author : MARYLAMB
6. One of Zeus's conquests : EUROPA
7. Pamphlet : TRACT
8. Aaron or Greenberg of baseball : HANK
9. Venerable : OLD
10. Thai : SIAMESE
11. In abundance : GALORE
13. Split : CLOVEN
16. Burdens : LOADS
17. Vaunt : BRAG
19. One with lots to talk about : DEVELOPER
22. Jones's "The Thin ___" : REDLINE
24. Miss Liberty's poet : LAZARUS
26. White colleague : SAJAK
28. Notes from Big Ben : BONGS
30. The ___ for the roses : RUN
31. Jazzman, to jazzmen : CAT
33. Black Friday's precipitator: 1869 : JAYGOULD
34. Fencer's feint : APPEL
35. Feckless ones : DRONES
36. Deliverances : RANSOMS
38. Fearful : ALARMED
39. Opposite of hooked, in golf : SLICED
40. Season : SALT
42. Mavericks : STRAYS
45. Ill-tempered : SURLY
46. One of the landed gentry : OWNER
49. Gaucho's weapon : BOLA
50. Remain : STAY
53. Neoteric : NEW
55. Brazilian border river : APA

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