New York Times, Saturday, September 9, 1989

Author: Kevin Boyle
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.36, Missing: { F J Q X }, Scrabble score: 294 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 84, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Kevin Boyle has 32 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1989, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Aux. one : ASST
5. Capital of Ghana : ACCRA
10. Ruined : SHOT
14. Pedagogic period : SCHOOLYEAR
16. Site of St. Columba's abbey : IONA
17. D. H. Lawrence's first novel, colorfully : THEWHITEPEACOCK
19. Machine for removing bristles : AWNER
20. Sword of yesteryear : ESTOC
21. The Starlighters' Joey : DEE
22. Turn blue : SADDEN
24. Term of surrender : UNCLE
26. Planets : ORBS
29. "___ a rose is she": Coleridge : REDAS
32. Ancient Greek jars : AMPHORAE
37. In a brusque manner : CURTLY
38. Stendahl's first masterpiece, colorfully : LEROUGEETLENOIR
40. Start of a Christmas song : ADESTE
41. Conforms again : READAPTS
42. Make merry : REVEL
43. Alexis, e.g. : TSAR
44. Expunge : ERASE
46. Destroyer's depth charge : ASHCAN
52. ___ Nevis: highest peak in Great Britain : BEN
54. Musician-teacher Boulanger : NADIA
57. Instrument Cristofori developed : PIANO
58. Sherlock Holmes's first appearance, colorfully : ASTUDYINSCARLET
61. Summers, in Savoie : ETES
62. Syrup source : SUGARMAPLE
63. A memorable Mostel : ZERO
64. Muscat native : OMANI
65. Jan van der ___ van Delft, Dutch painter : MEER
1. Spanish shafts : ASTAS
2. ? : SCHWA
3. Put to shame, old style : SHEND
4. Pulled : TOWED
5. Clay, today : ALI
6. Cell: Comb. form : CYTE
7. So-so grades : CEES
8. Ecstasy : RAPTUS
9. " . . . the youth of England ___ fire": Shak. : AREON
10. Thus, to Terence : SIC
11. Highboy feature, at times : HOODEDTOP
12. Formerly : ONCE
13. Refrain from swinging, to Mattingly : TAKE
15. Bohemian river : OHRE
18. Accumulated interest : ACCRUED
23. Norway, in Oslo : NORGE
25. Hydra's home : LERNA
27. Actress ___ Dawn Chong : RAE
28. Porters : BEERS
30. Landed on : ALIT
31. Damascans et al.: Abbr. : SYRS
32. Pteroid : ALAR
33. Native of ancient NW Iran : MEDE
34. Obviator : PREVENTER
35. Car washer : HOSER
36. Remote area : OUTLAND
37. Maass or Schumann : CLARA
39. Revolutionary party jetsam : TEA
43. Monotony : TEDIUM
45. Dictum : SAYSO
47. Spiced pork trademark : SPAM
48. King of Tyre : HIRAM
49. Old name for the Rock of Gibraltar : CALPE
50. Anoint, in bygone days : ANELE
51. Careful observer : NOTER
52. Folk singer Joan : BAEZ
53. Family of Ferrara : ESTE
55. Actress Swenson : INGA
56. Slippery ___ eel : ASAN
59. Mil. aid group : USO
60. Yell, in Lille : CRI

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