New York Times, Friday, September 27, 1991

Author: Norma Steinberg
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 289 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
Norma Steinberg has 35 pre-Shortz puzzles and 17 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Elec. units : AMPS
5. Wallace sidekick : SAFER
10. Thrash : WHIP
14. Author of "Men of Iron" : PYLE
15. Simulacrum : IMAGE
16. Con job : RUSE
17. Butcher shop: Fr. : ETAL
18. Underaged digger? : MINORMINER
20. English coin : SHILLING
22. Start : OUTSET
23. Dancer-mime Parenti : NOEL
24. Like a button? : CUTE
25. Lay blame upon : IMPUTE
27. Choice for a Wave's boudoir? : WATERBED
31. Skeezix's adoptive father : WALT
32. Rubbed clean : WIPED
33. Yay, matador! : OLE
34. Co-attendant on Cleo : IRAS
35. Got by : FARED
36. Align : TRUE
37. Peccancy : SIN
38. Muezzin : CRIER
39. Trouts' spawning ground : REDD
40. Unmindful : HEEDLESS
42. A to F : GRADES
44. Eden-to-Nod direction : EAST
45. Schoolgoer in a rhyme : LAMB
46. Lie in wait for : AMBUSH
49. Containers for slow cooking of stews : BEANPOTS
53. Chagall's lines? : MARCSMARKS
55. Julie Christie role: 1965 : LARA
56. Pulitzer Prize novelist: 1958 : AGEE
57. Ram that is starry-eyed : ARIES
58. Comic Idle : ERIC
59. A salutation : SIRS
60. Indigent : NEEDY
61. Dental degs. : DDSS
1. Barbary swingers : APES
2. Theseus-Minotaur tale, e.g. : MYTH
3. Stripped-down aircraft? : PLAINPLANE
4. S.R.O. shows : SELLOUTS
5. One of the tropes : SIMILE
6. Lebanon's ___ Gemayel : AMIN
7. Diller's "husband" : FANG
8. I, to Claudius : EGO
9. Detoured : REROUTED
10. Grub Street denizen : WRITER
11. Ephthalites : HUNS
12. "The More ___ You" : ISEE
13. Sassy : PERT
19. Toned down : MUTED
21. Service call : LET
24. Prank : CAPER
25. "Den ___ I was in Dixie" : IWISH
26. Mme. Curie : MARIE
27. Filigree materials : WIRES
28. Committee afflicted with ennui? : BOREDBOARD
29. Baffle : ELUDE
30. Homeowners' papers : DEEDS
32. In 36-26-36, the 26 : WAIST
35. Novice : FRESHMAN
36. Trod upon : TRAMPLED
38. Kidney : CLASS
41. These are often wild : DEUCES
42. Vitreous : GLASSY
43. Award-winning Japanese film : RAN
46. Candlenuts : AMAS
47. Subjects of a T. S. Eliot poem : MAGI
48. ___ Rabbit : BRER
49. Historic dairy land E of Paris : BRIE
50. A rhyme for leaked : EKED
51. Baseball star Speaker : TRIS
52. Black Hawk's tribe : SACS
54. "We ___ the World" : ARE

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