New York Times, Monday, August 3, 1992

Author:Mary S. Snyder
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 44, Avg Word Len: 4.64, Missing: { Q Z }, Scrabble score: 301 (avg 1.66)
Open Squares: 65, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 6, XRef: 0
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© 1992, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Beanery potable : JAVA
5. Young haddock : SCROD
10. Soc. founded by Bergh : SPCA
14. Site of the first Olympics : ELIS
15. Huxley's "___ Barren Leaves" : THOSE
16. Framer of Roger Rabbit : TOON
17. Chronometers : TIMEPIECES
19. Item marked pd. : RCPT
20. Van Gogh painted here : ARLES
21. Puck's Irish counterpart : POOKA
23. Unit of work : ERG
26. "___ the ramparts . . . " : OER
27. London sight : BIGBEN
28. Copying machine : XEROX
30. Kin of an atoll : ISLET
31. The "Boot" : ITALY
32. Street show : RAREE
34. G.I. Jane : WAC
37. ___ qua non (necessity) : SINE
38. Cabinet Dept. since 1862 : AGR
39. Vikki from El Paso : CARR
40. Entrepreneur Turner : TED
41. Moreno and Hayworth : RITAS
43. Attractive gal : CUTIE
44. Savoir-___ : FAIRE
46. Killer whales : ORCAS
47. Fireplace shelf : MANTEL
48. He overacts : HAM
50. F.D.R.'s successor : HST
51. A Kennedy in-law : ETHEL
52. Mulligrubs : COLIC
54. Laugh or fence : HAHA
55. Sleeper's rouser : ALARMCLOCK
60. Russian city : OREL
61. Lake Malawi's old name : NYASA
62. African shrub : ALOE
63. Skin blemish : WART
64. Blemishes on cars : DENTS
65. Oodles : MANY
1. Kind of port or plane : JET
2. ___ Baba : ALI
3. Vigor's companion : VIM
4. On a cruise : ASEA
5. Fence straddler : STILE
6. Gladden : CHEER
7. Aerial bombs : ROCS
8. Chemical ending : OSE
9. Scorn : DESPISE
10. Type of light : STROBE
11. It fits in a fob : POCKETWATCH
12. Site of Mayan ruins : COPAN
13. Little colonist : ANT
18. Substitute, in law : PROXY
22. Gaze at amorously : OGLE
23. Live : EXIST
24. Fix loose shoelaces : RETIE
25. Type of clock : GRANDFATHER
27. Whirring sounds : BIRRS
29. Frontón call : OLE
32. Badgerlike honey lover : RATEL
33. Turkish title : AGA
35. Nobelist for Peace: 1987 : ARIAS
36. Surfer's surface : CREST
39. Mean mongrel : CUR
41. Marriage, e.g. : RITE
42. Hibernia : IRELAND
43. Humorous : COMIC
45. Former German state : ANHALT
47. Actress from N.Y.C. : MEARA
48. Actor Buchholz : HORST
49. Soprano Gluck et al. : ALMAS
52. He played Sonny Corleone : CAAN
53. Silent one : CLAM
54. Lennon's "___ Do You Sleep?" : HOW
56. Soap ingredient : LYE
57. Wave, in Spain : OLA
58. Not pro : CON
59. Kind of board or chain : KEY

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