New York Times, Friday, August 18, 1989

Author:Albert J. Klaus
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.43, Missing: { J K Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 266 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 8, XRef: 0
Albert J. Klaus has 115 pre-Shortz puzzles and 4 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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1. Large dish : PLATTER
8. Fragrant spice : CLOVE
13. Withstand successfully : OUTRIDE
14. The ___ State (New Hampshire) : GRANITE
16. Contrived : SCHEMED
17. Fastened firmly : RIVETED
18. Sesame : TIL
19. Flow forth : EMANATE
21. Wrath : IRE
22. Southwest wind : AFER
24. Sharp : ACUTE
25. Miller or Blyth : ANN
26. Rig : GETUP
28. Ski lift : TBAR
29. RR stops : STAS
30. Hermits : EREMITES
32. Drive : IMPEL
34. Extracted, as sap from a tree : BLED
35. Secure a schooner : MOOR
36. Lily type : CALLA
38. Is made up of : CONSISTS
42. Colorful fish : BOCE
43. Cauterize : SEAR
45. Kind of drum : SNARE
46. Fed. farm-aid bureau : REA
47. Impignorates : PAWNS
49. Merriment : GLEE
50. Bill ___, Super Bowl XXI lineman : ARD
51. Spreads rumors : GOSSIPS
53. Boy : TAD
54. Floating solid H2O : ICEFLOE
56. Compound containing two elements only : NITRIDE
58. Mortifies : DEMEANS
59. Inexperienced workman : GREENER
60. Gary Cooper role : DEEDS
61. Transmitters : SENDERS
1. Mailing charge : POSTAGE
2. Devil : LUCIFER
3. Jim Thorpe, e.g. : ATHLETE
4. A crowd in Cremona? : TRE
5. Einstein's fourth dimension : TIME
6. Swelling : EDEMA
7. Emulated Robert Giroux : REDACTED
8. Standard : CRITERION
9. Bathe : LAVE
10. Ferber's "___ Basket . . . " : ONE
11. Corrupt : VITIATE
12. Irving Stone's "Love Is ___" : ETERNAL
14. Persona ___ : GRATA
15. Clarissa and Sir Anthony : EDENS
20. Piths : NUBS
23. Street fight, in gang slang : RUMBLE
27. Bolus : PILL
29. Beethoven's ___ Sonata : SPRING
31. Recipe measures : TEASPOONS
33. Bryophyte : MOSS
35. "___ at seven": Browning : MORNINGS
36. Compelled by intimidation : COERCED
37. Grove in which Plato taught : ACADEME
38. Corvine calls : CAWS
39. Crisp cracker : SALTINE
40. Vintner's employee : TREADER
41. Rainmakers : SEEDERS
42. Queue : BRAID
44. Mitigates : EASES
48. Flèche : SPIRE
51. Tall flower, for short : GLAD
52. Narrow: Comb. form : STEN
55. Fixed charge : FEE
57. Colgate's ___ Raiders : RED

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