New York Times, Friday, August 16, 1991

Author: Dorothea E. Shipp
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 41, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 266 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 74, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 8, XRef: 1
Dorothea E. Shipp has 62 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.
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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Author of "The Apostle" : ASCH
5. Guide : STEER
10. Questionnaire, e.g. : FORM
14. Pump or clog : SHOE
15. Ship that took Miss Liberty to the U.S. : IRENE
16. Kind of way : AREA
17. Uproar : HURLYBURLY
19. Miserly : NEAR
20. Hard finishes : ENAMELS
21. Burton's "The ___ of Melancholy" : ANATOMY
23. Thames sight : AIT
24. Indian music : RAGA
25. Future G.P. : INTERNE
29. Shipment from Barre : GRANITE
33. Send round the bend : DERANGE
34. MSS. readers : EDS
35. Lead-in to sense or fiction : NON
36. Painter Grabar : IGOR
37. Certain horse : STUD
38. "___ y Plata," Mont. motto : ORO
39. Historical period : ERA
42. Art devotee : ESTHETE
45. Bends an elbow : TIPPLES
47. Formed into a rounded body : SPHERED
48. Depose : OUST
49. Kind of dent? : TRI
50. Potential second-story man : PROWLER
53. End of a Wilde title : EARNEST
58. Skyline Drive offering : VIEW
59. Dawdle : DILLYDALLY
61. "___ Bungay," Wells novel : TONO
62. Fashion designer Simpson : ADELE
63. Bootless : VAIN
64. Stash : STOW
65. Dissociate : SEVER
66. Salinger girl : ESME
1. Former court star : ASHE
2. Turn away from : SHUN
3. Mr. Dithers's wife : CORA
4. Steering gear : HELM
5. Brother or sister : SIBLING
6. College president's overseer : TRUSTEE
7. Poetic contraction : EER
8. Blow up : ENLARGE
9. Masefield's "___ the Fox" : REYNARD
10. Chinese gambling game : FANTAN
11. Mount: Comb. form : OREO
12. Clean a pipe : REAM
13. Another book by 1 Across : MARY
18. Pine : YEARN
22. Kahn et al. : AGAS
25. ___ card (TV prop) : IDIOT
26. Appolonia Chalupek : NEGRI
27. Boy Scout unit : TROOP
28. Site of semicircular canals : EAR
30. Bury : INTER
31. Hugo's "___ la lyre" : TOUTE
32. Over : ENDED
37. "___ walks in beauty . . . " : SHE
39. Jewish month after Av : ELUL
40. Grayish greens : RESEDAS
41. Not sidesaddle : ASTRIDE
42. Actress Getty of TV : ESTELLE
43. Crop duster : SPRAYER
44. Last stop before home : THIRD
46. Informal meeting : POWWOW
50. Sgts.' underlings : PVTS
51. Brilliant display : RIOT
52. Pacific atoll for a sommelier? : OENO
54. Main part of a cathedral : NAVE
55. Greek mil. group in W.W. II : ELAS
56. Svelte : SLIM
57. Daly of TV and Broadway : TYNE
60. Israel's Bar ___ Line : LEV

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