New York Times, Wednesday, September 22, 1993

Author:Joel D. Lafargue
Editor:Mel Taub
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { Q Z }, Scrabble score: 290 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 2, Spans: 1
Joel D. Lafargue has 51 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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Across Down
1. Opening on Broadway : ACTI
5. Recovery period, briefly : REHAB
10. Walk in the woods : HIKE
14. Last of the Gospels : JOHN
15. Antarctic cape : ADARE
16. Pindarics : ODES
17. Berserk : AMOK
18. How Utrecht canaries date? : DUTCHTWEET
20. Kind of shackle? : RAM
21. Facial spasms : TICS
22. Carl Ripken Jr. is one : ORIOLE
23. Prevailing atmospheres : AURAE
25. Leonard ___, a k a Roy Rogers : SLYE
26. Watercraft : VESSEL
28. ___ Barrani, W.W. II Egyptian battleground : SIDI
29. Mis followers : FAS
32. Two-way lady? : ANNA
33. Old Greek medicine man : GALEN
34. An imperfect ten? : ENT
35. Talk turkey? : USEFOWLLANGUAGE
39. Mus followers : NUS
40. Prenatal membranes : CAULS
41. Hoosegow : STIR
42. Holiday for Ho : TET
43. You can't hear its bark : TREE
44. Mennonite campus in Ind. : GOSHEN
46. Unlocked? : BALD
47. "Sugar is sweet, and ___ you!" : SOARE
48. Pigment-deficient animal : ALBINO
51. Civil wrong : TORT
52. NBC's progenitor : RCA
55. Chicken feed? : POULTRYSUM
57. Dec. holiday : XMAS
58. Threshold : SILL
59. Patriot-diplomat of the 1770's : DEANE
60. Immense : VAST
61. Just : ONLY
62. Orange-red stones : SARDS
63. Involved with : INTO
1. Open a crack : AJAR
2. Cook book : COMA
3. Birdhouse cartoonist? : THOMASNEST
4. Contents of some wells : INK
5. Choice for a tire buyer : RADIAL
6. Bring out : EDUCE
7. ___ off (gesture of praise) : HATS
8. Clara Barton's org. : ARC
9. Obligated : BEHOLDEN
10. Mirthful Mandel : HOWIE
11. Logical beginning? : IDEO
12. Hull structure : KEEL
13. Old Italian family name : ESTE
19. Hard to endure : TRYING
21. Three, to 13 Down : TRE
24. Inits. on a B-52 : USAF
25. First name of 59 Across : SILAS
26. Boast : VAUNT
27. Follow : ENSUE
28. Room for Henri : SALLE
29. Birdbrained forecaster? : FEATHERMAN
30. Rolling Stones hit: 1973 : ANGIE
31. Grim in aspect : STERN
33. Gave a good pasting? : GLUED
36. Navigator's instrument : OCTANT
37. Power-hungry military leaders : WARLORDS
38. C.I.S., once : USSR
44. Steve Lawrence's in-laws : GORMES
45. Tidbit for Trigger : OAT
46. Showman Rose : BILLY
47. Logically valid : SOUND
48. Lhasa ___ : APSO
49. Tender ender : LOIN
50. Bear's opposite : BULL
51. Peter the Great, e.g. : TSAR
53. Playbill listing : CAST
54. Concerning : ASTO
56. "___, verily" : YEA
57. Cato's sweet age? : XVI

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