New York Times, Wednesday, September 15, 1993

Author:Rand H. Burns
Editor:Mel Taub
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.08, Missing: { Q X }, Scrabble score: 319 (avg 1.65)
Open Squares: 80, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 1, Spans: 4 (2 double stacks)
Rand H. Burns has 6 pre-Shortz puzzles and 21 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Intolerant one : BIGOT
6. Resistor units : OHMS
10. Side effect of puberty : ACNE
14. Grassy plain : LLANO
15. Unimagined : REAL
16. Ruse : PLOY
17. "Bird farm" of the Navy : AIRCRAFTCARRIER
20. Jet-setters : BEAUTIFULPEOPLE
21. Carnival weirdo : GEEK
22. Charlemagne's father : PEPIN
23. "___ didn't say yes..." : SHE
25. Use Howe's device : SEW
27. V.P.'s domain : SEN
28. Units used for IV volumes : CCS
31. Spanish thing : COSA
33. Drop off : NOD
35. Cardinal's headgear : REDHAT
37. Discomfit : ABASH
39. Bit for Bowser : ORT
41. Defrost : DEICE
42. Bohemian dances : POLKAS
44. Unit of work : JOB
46. Blemish : SCAR
47. Legal ender : ESE
48. Anatomical duct : VAS
50. Silent : MUM
52. "___-Tiki" : KON
53. Legendary polar inhabitant : SANTA
55. Wheezing sound : RALE
57. A "bird farm" : USSINDEPENDENCE
63. A jet-setter : ELIZABETHTAYLOR
64. Like the star of Tex. : LONE
65. Profess : AVER
66. Gets all worked up : STEWS
67. Prods : EGGS
68. "Pretty Woman" star : GERE
69. One of the Hesperides : AEGLE
1. Squeal : BLAB
2. Netman a k a "Nasty" : ILIE
3. Moving event, perhaps : GARAGESALE
4. Timely : ONCUE
5. Rich cakes of German origin : TORTES
6. Composer of "Carmina Burana" : ORFF
7. In a pet : HETUP
8. Twin crystals : MACLES
9. Openhanded smiter : SLAPPER
10. Forestage : APRON
11. Type of joint : CLIP
12. Carol : NOEL
13. Brontë surname : EYRE
18. Pulitzer poet Conrad ___: 1930 : AIKEN
19. Bridled : REINED
23. Word on land or sea : SCAPE
24. Vagabonds : HOBOS
26. Swains pitch it : WOO
28. Drumstick : CHICKENLEG
29. Chocolate tree : CACAO
30. Forbidding : STERN
32. Beg : ASK
34. Julius Erving's nickname : DRJ
36. ___ Moines : DES
38. Caribbean capital : HAVANA
40. Thumb of folklore : TOM
43. Dike component : SANDBAG
45. Like some offerings : BURNT
49. Stow in a hold : STEEVE
51. ___ wet hen : MADASA
53. Economy and medium : SIZES
54. More likely : APTER
56. Philippine island : LEYTE
57. River of Zaire : UELE
58. Plod : SLOG
59. See 1 Down : SING
60. Honor, to Heinrich : EHRE
61. Hood : COWL
62. Goldelic language : ERSE

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