New York Times, Monday, August 16, 1993

Author:Melvin Kenworthy
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 257 (avg 1.36)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 11, XRef: 2
Melvin Kenworthy has 23 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Count ___ (take the roll) : NOSES
6. Hip : ONTO
10. Prevarications : LIES
14. Me. college town : ORONO
15. Ukrainian city : KIEV
16. ___ uncertain terms : INNO
17. Error-free : INFALLIBLE
19. Despot : TSAR
20. College military gp. : ROTC
21. With 2 Down, common alternatives : YES
22. Spin : ROTATE
24. Pair : TWO
26. Biblical book : PSALTER
27. Prayers : ORISONS
31. "___ stand . . . ": Luther : HEREI
32. Country singer Tillis : PAM
33. Have high goals : ASPIRE
35. Goldwyn and Rayburn : SAMS
38. Arbitrated at Shea: Slang : UMPED
40. LAX letters : ETA
41. Facing Jimmy Key : ATBAT
42. Mineral springs : SPAS
43. Holmes's assistant : WATSON
45. Bossy's milieu : LEA
46. Flight part : STAIR
48. World's highest peak : EVEREST
50. Designates : ASSIGNS
52. Lamb's mother : EWE
53. Wandered : ROAMED
54. Barley beard : AWN
56. Mosel feeder : SAAR
60. " . . . ere I saw ___" : ELBA
61. Out of the question : IMPOSSIBLE
64. NaCl : SALT
65. Nürnberg negative : NEIN
66. "___ Kick . . . ": C. Porter : IGETA
67. Ash or palm : TREE
68. Pesky insect : GNAT
69. Inscribe : ENTER
1. Black, to Pierre : NOIR
2. See 21 Across : ORNO
3. Kind of touch : SOFT
4. Passes, as a law : ENACTS
5. Roman counterpart of Helios : SOL
6. Steinbeck nomad : OKIE
7. His ___, the bigwig : NIBS
8. Far: Comb. form : TEL
9. Supervise : OVERSEE
10. "The ___ Rebel," S. Temple film : LITTLEST
11. Voracious : INSATIABLE
12. Growing out : ENATE
13. More tender : SORER
18. Ben and Sue of movies : LYONS
23. Galley implement : OAR
25. Blue dye : WOAD
26. Out of sight is one : PHRASE
27. Musical work : OPUS
28. Highway exit : RAMP
29. Like some roads after blizzards : IMPASSABLE
30. Skin divers' weapons : SPEARS
34. Communication letters : ITT
36. West or Murray : MAES
37. R.b.i. or e.r.a. : STAT
39. Appraisal : ESTIMATE
41. Again : ANEW
43. " . . . long, long trail a-___" : WINDING
44. Baking chambers : OVENS
47. Dark or iron : AGE
49. Quit : RESIGN
50. "There's no music in ___ . . .": Ruskin : AREST
51. ___ plexus : SOLAR
54. Western Samoan capital : APIA
55. Habit : WONT
57. Promote felonious acts : ABET
58. Der ___ (Adenauer) : ALTE
59. Stern : REAR
62. Chess pieces : MEN
63. She, in Stuttgart : SIE

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