Martin Ashwood-Smith
Martin Ashwood-Smith 

New York Times, Saturday, September 18, 1993

Author: Martin Ashwood-Smith
Editor: Mel Taub
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 28, Avg Word Len: 5.63, Missing: { Q X Y }, Scrabble score: 270 (avg 1.37)
Open Squares: 95, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0
Martin Ashwood-Smith has 7 pre-Shortz puzzles and 69 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Disco flashers : STROBES
8. Making waves, in a way : ROWING
14. "___ and breathe!" : ASILIVE
15. Metal container? : IRONORE
17. Rappahannock feeder : RAPIDAN
18. Superannuation : PENSION
19. Treasured collections : TROVES
20. Aspiring atty.'s exam : LSAT
21. Weaken : SAG
22. Stair piece : RISER
23. Edam exterior : RIND
24. Extinct : GONE
25. Braggart's favorite suffix : EST
26. Dictator's aide : STENO
28. Lithuanian seaport, to Germans : MEMEL
29. Burgoo or ragout : STEW
31. Piggish ones : OVEREATERS
33. Exercise hospitality : ENTERTAIN
35. Messy pie-eater of rhyme : JACKHORNER
38. Malediction : OATH
42. Of a region : AREAL
43. "He hath ___ on his back...": Shak. : BORNE
45. Milne marsupial : ROO
46. Coal holders : BINS
47. Teachers' creatures? : PETS
48. Water vessels of India : LOTAS
50. Jeweler's wt. : OZT
51. Anterior : FORE
52. Adamite : NUDIST
53. Largest of British Virgin Islands : TORTOLA
55. Fashionable dressmaker : MODISTE
56. Heap scorn on : SNEERAT
57. Iphigenia's brother : ORESTES
58. Goggle-eyed : ASTARE
59. Annual P.G.A. event : MASTERS
1. Philosopher Jean-Paul and family : SARTRES
2. Autocratic : TSARIST
3. Sharp comeback : RIPOSTE
4. Martini must : OLIVE
5. Patient people : BIDERS
6. Stowe girl's namesakes : EVAS
7. D.C. fig. : SEN
8. Lulus : RIPSNORTERS
9. Mountain nymph : OREAD
10. Practice : WONT
11. Nov. winners : INS
12. Olfactorily offensive : NOISOME
13. Pun, often : GROANER
16. Collaborator of Marx : ENGELS
20. Record-album blurb : LINERNOTE
23. Sound around : REVERBERATE
24. "I ___ kick from..." : GETNO
27. Baum pooch : TOTO
28. Actress Zetterling : MAI
30. Maori hens : WEKAS
32. Bring home the bacon : EARN
34. Gretzky's org. : NHL
35. Decorative ruffles : JABOTS
36. Tombstone site : ARIZONA
37. Middlesex middles : CENTRES
39. Skilled performer : ARTISTE
40. Glass raiser : TOASTER
41. Receiving-line head : HOSTESS
44. Circumvents : ELUDES
47. Arctic or Antarctic : POLAR
49. Keats, e.g. : ODIST
51. "Red Roses ___ Blue Lady" : FORA
52. Myrna Loy role in a series : NORA
54. Hanoi holiday : TET
55. Apple-pie pro? : MOM

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