New York Times, Monday, September 11, 1989

Author: Albert J. Klaus
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.69, Missing: { B K Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 251 (avg 1.37)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 7, XRef: 0
Albert J. Klaus has 115 pre-Shortz puzzles and 4 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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1. Actress Arthur or Simmons : JEAN
5. "Thou art ___ . . . ": Matt. 16:18 : PETER
10. Ostentatious display : POMP
14. ___ Stanley Gardner : ERLE
15. Century plant : AGAVE
16. Bar : RAIL
17. Fastens : TIES
18. Voluminous volumes : TOMES
19. Capital of Norway : OSLO
20. Boil : SEETHE
22. Reminded : PROMPTED
24. ___ Chaney of early films : LON
25. Fifth sign of the zodiac : LEO
26. Gradients : ASCENTS
30. Stretchable : TENSILE
34. Inst. at Dallas : SMU
35. Caught sight of : ESPIED
37. Some Nigerians : EDOS
38. Injure : HARM
40. Fruit drink : ADE
41. Rudolf Bing and Noël Coward : SIRS
42. Silkworm : ERIA
43. Faces : FRONTS
46. Individual : ONE
47. Rouse by sudden alarm : STARTLE
49. Tank or Civil War general : SHERMAN
51. Inlet : RIA
52. Female sheep : EWE
53. Consecrated : ANOINTED
58. Reply : ANSWER
62. Opposite of the psyche : SOMA
63. Characteristic : TRAIT
65. Quote : CITE
66. Dross : SLAG
67. Enroll : ENTER
68. Group including SAC : USAF
69. Raced : TORE
70. Della or Pee Wee : REESE
71. Congers : EELS
1. N.F.L. team : JETS
2. Canal or lake : ERIE
3. Opposed to aweather : ALEE
4. Cuddle : NESTLE
5. Monopoly-right documents : PATENTS
6. Conceit : EGO
7. Pack down lightly : TAMP
8. Eternally : EVER
9. Did a shoemaker's job : RESOLED
10. Declares intention to wed : PROPOSES
11. Drying kiln : OAST
12. Distance of 5,280 feet : MILE
13. Trudge : PLOD
21. Sharpen : HONE
23. Checker-game pieces : MEN
26. Symbols of penitence : ASHES
27. Clever : SMART
28. Papal court : CURIA
29. Bowling score : SPARE
30. Adolescents : TEENS
31. Dialect : IDIOM
32. Blackmore's "___ Doone" : LORNA
33. City in the Ruhr valley : ESSEN
36. Wedding-ceremony response : IDO
39. "Love and ___," 1955 Emmy-award song : MARRIAGE
43. Praise insincerely : FLATTER
44. American Ballet ___ : THEATRE
45. Stitched : SEWN
48. Stannum : TIN
50. Save : RESCUE
53. Aide: Abbr. : ASST
54. ___ contendere : NOLO
55. Bradley or Khayyám : OMAR
56. Lake in Ireland : ERNE
57. Social engagement : DATE
59. Sagacious : WISE
60. Cousin of etc. : ETAL
61. Sports officials, for short : REFS
64. Plural ending : IES

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