New York Times, Thursday, September 28, 1989

Author:Betty Jorgensen
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.95, Missing: { Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 293 (avg 1.60)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 0, XRef: 0
Betty Jorgensen has 69 pre-Shortz puzzles and 8 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1989, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Muslim title of respect : AGHA
5. Trade center : MART
9. Door part : JAMB
13. Duel starter : SLAP
14. Came up : AROSE
16. Operatic prince : IGOR
17. Medical treatment ctr. : HOSP
18. Old Nick : SATAN
19. Weight allowance : TARE
20. Homecoming husband calls: : WHATSFORDINNER
23. Mother of Zeus : RHEA
24. Standard of perfection : IDEAL
25. Wife answers: : TAKEOUTHONEY
30. Icelandic monetary units : KRONUR
31. Brain tests: Abbr. : EEGS
32. Pac.'s counterpart : ATL
35. Joust : TILT
36. Roof surfacing : TAR
37. Cleaving tool : FROE
38. Pedro or Bernardino : SAN
39. She played Hot Lips : SWIT
41. Deprived : BEREFT
43. Husband asks: : WHICHTAKEOUT
45. Set upright : STOOD
47. Hone : WHET
48. Wife replies: : MESWEETHEARTME
53. Baseball stats. : ERAS
54. Nickname for Col. Potter of "M*A*S*H" : SHERM
55. Smidgen : IOTA
57. Trigonometric function : SINE
58. Fla. city : TAMPA
59. The Darlings' amah : NANA
60. Long way away : AFAR
61. Pitch : TOSS
62. Growl : GNAR
1. St. Helens's output : ASH
2. Radiate : GLOW
3. Last night's roast tonight : HASH
4. Obvious : APPARENT
5. Rubber : MASSEUR
6. P.L.O. leader : ARAFAT
7. Newspaper section, for short : ROTO
8. Peter or Ivan : TSAR
9. Small bus : JITNEY
10. Capital of Guam : AGANA
11. Edible mushroom : MOREL
12. Brother, to Uncle Remus : BRER
15. Finale : ENDING
21. Friends' pronoun : THOU
22. Unlucky time for Caesar : IDES
25. Annie Oakleys: Abbr. : TKTS
26. Operatic highlight : ARIA
27. Cologne, to Fritz : KOLN
28. British Prime Minister: 1970-74 : HEATH
29. Above, to F. S. Key : OER
32. Mars: Comb. form : AREO
33. Bean curd : TOFU
34. Baltic native : LETT
36. Muscular spasm : TIC
37. Stewing : FRETTING
39. Cobbler's product : SHOE
40. Having the greatest breadth : WIDEST
41. Caribbean vacation place : BAHAMAS
42. Watercress, in Yorkshire : EKER
43. Puritanical person, to an Aussie : WOWSER
44. Insignificant fellows : TWERPS
45. Letter embellishment : SERIF
46. Lake source of the Blue Nile : TSANA
48. Tableland : MESA
49. Not this : THAT
50. Blood: Comb. form : HEMO
51. Haunted-house sound : MOAN
52. Sicilian volcano : ETNA
56. Brugg's river : AAR

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