New York Times, Friday, September 25, 1992

Author: Jeanette K. Brill
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.25, Missing: { J Q U V X Z }, Scrabble score: 261 (avg 1.38)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Jeanette K. Brill has 79 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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1. Miler Sebastian ___ : COE
4. "The Aba ___ Honeymoon," 1914 song : DABA
8. Old Chinese unit of weight : LIANG
13. ___ mater : ALMA
15. Author Ludwig : EMIL
16. Histrion : ACTOR
17. Restore to a former position : REINSTATE
19. He roomed with Ruth : REESE
20. Sayers's detective : LORDPETERWIMSEY
22. River islet : AIT
23. Kind of poem : TONE
24. Storekeepers' favorites : SPENDERS
29. Takes up again : RENEWS
33. Gladden : ELATE
34. Cardinal point : EAST
36. Sheep's cry : BAA
37. Prokofiev work : PETERANDTHEWOLF
41. Res. of Menlo Park : TAE
42. Authentic : REAL
43. He wrote "A Lonely Rage" : SEALE
44. Attack with gunfire : STRAFE
47. Some Bach pieces : TOCCATAS
49. This can be Great : DANE
51. Bluejack, e.g. : OAK
52. Catherine Marshall biography : AMANCALLEDPETER
60. Unit of weight : CARAT
61. Swift, diving duck : GOLDENEYE
62. Sappho's Muse : ERATO
63. Object of worship : IDOL
64. Franklin's mother : SARA
65. Hinder : DETER
66. Broadway musical : NINE
67. Conducted : LED
1. Scientist Sagan : CARL
2. Deli item : OLEO
3. Muslim ruler : EMIR
4. Mal ___ (headache in Le Havre) : DETETE
5. He loves: Lat. : AMAT
6. Chomp : BITE
7. On the qui vive : ALERT
8. Like a gull : LARINE
9. Service people of yesteryear : ICEMEN
10. Sweetsop : ATES
11. A winning margin : NOSE
12. Joel or Zane : GREY
14. Musical tempo : ANDANTE
18. Cast-iron frying pan : SPIDER
21. Value : WORTH
24. Clan subdivisions : SEPTS
25. Feature of some skirts : PLEAT
26. Trencherman : EATER
27. Coty or Lacoste : RENE
28. Nasser's successor : SADAT
30. Armed vessel, Brit. style : EBOAT
31. Half a Wash. city : WALLA
32. What yeggs crack : SAFES
35. W.W. II battle site : STLO
38. Quebec Coliseum, for one : ARENA
39. Get away : ESCAPE
40. Saps : WEAKENS
45. Congenitally joined together : ADNATE
46. Commission merchant : FACTOR
48. Prepare eggs, in a way : CODDLE
50. Baylor of N.B.A. fame : ELGIN
52. Made a hole-in-one : ACED
53. Dick Turpin's Black Bess : MARE
54. "How now! ___?": Hamlet : ARAT
55. Napoleon victory site: 1796 : LODI
56. N.C. college : ELON
57. Duck or color : TEAL
58. Rochester's Jane : EYRE
59. Perused : READ

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