New York Times, Friday, September 11, 1992

Author: Norma Steinberg
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { F J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 266 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Norma Steinberg has 35 pre-Shortz puzzles and 17 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1992, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Calif. wine valley : NAPA
5. Hawk : SELL
9. Kin of Anacreontics : ODES
13. Kind of history : ORAL
14. Heap of stones : SCREE
15. Smoked salmon : NOVA
16. Title for M. Marceau's memoirs? : SILENCEISGOLDEN
19. Albee character : YAM
20. Snow leopard : OUNCE
21. Penn State's Nittany ___ : LIONS
22. Noted Nigerian singer : SADE
23. Preacher's subject : SIN
24. Insurance-office mail : CLAIMS
27. Proselytes : CONVERTS
32. "Lady Sings the Blues" star : ROSS
33. Osmond or Wilson : MARIE
34. Feel poorly : AIL
35. Title for Mona Lisa's memoirs? : IMSITTINGPRETTY
39. Ginnie follower on Wall St. : MAE
40. Stags' mates : HINDS
41. Crème ___ crème : DELA
42. Wholeness : ENTIRETY
44. Nixon's "Six ___" : CRISES
46. Stewart or Steiger : ROD
47. Binge : TOOT
48. Eschew restaurants : EATIN
51. Thomas's problem : DOUBT
53. Diminish : EBB
56. Title for Zeppo Marx's memoirs? : CLOSEBUTNOCIGAR
59. Loathe : HATE
60. Up to the time of : UNTIL
61. Middlecoff of golf fame : CARY
62. Change for a five : ONES
63. Refs' calls : TKOS
64. London's "Martin ___" : EDEN
1. Word for a buttinsky : NOSY
2. Operatic showstopper : ARIA
3. Cohune, e.g. : PALM
4. Stout : ALE
5. Mieiziner design : SCENE
6. ___ Blair (George Orwell) : ERIC
7. ___-majesté : LESE
8. Side of a triangle : LEG
9. Computer accessible : ONLINE
10. Fuddy-duddy : DODO
11. Level : EVEN
12. Without : SANS
14. Patriots' targets : SCUDS
17. Linguist Chomsky : NOAM
18. Stone or Reed : OLIVER
22. Affirmative in Argentina : SISI
23. Procacious girl : SNIP
24. Campaign issue : CRIME
25. Miller's salesman : LOMAN
26. Financial-statement item : ASSET
27. Piñata filling : CANDY
28. Assns. : ORGS
29. Prices : RATES
30. Word in three clues herein : TITLE
31. ___ a fox : SLYAS
33. Coin : MINT
36. Symbol of power : THRONE
37. Headed for overtime : TIED
38. Make the copy right : EDIT
43. Van Gogh subject : IRISES
44. A computer language : COBOL
45. Campus military gp. : ROTC
47. City near ruins of Carthage : TUNIS
48. Parrot : ECHO
49. Thicke or Bates : ALAN
50. Schlep : TOTE
51. Submerge : DUNK
52. ___ von Bismarck : OTTO
53. Mild oath : EGAD
54. Like Mother Hubbard's cupboard : BARE
55. ___ Mawr : BRYN
57. Except that : BUT
58. Diamonds, to Legs : ICE

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