New York Times, Tuesday, September 28, 1993

Author: Betty Jorgensen
Editor: Mel Taub
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.40, Missing: { F Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 287 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 1, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Betty Jorgensen has 69 pre-Shortz puzzles and 8 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Guru's headquarters : ASHRAM
7. Gloomy : DOUR
11. Hawks' home : ATLANTA
12. Snood : HAIRNET
15. Start of a quip : WHENSENTENCEDTO
17. Require : NEED
18. Provoked : IRATE
19. Musical talent : EAR
20. One of seven deadly sins : ENVY
21. Swizzle : STIR
22. Unyielding : GRIM
23. "Norma ___" : RAE
24. Indochinese aborigine : MEO
25. Estate : DEMESNE
28. Dill, garlic, etc. : HERBS
30. Ephron, perhaps, were she a colleen : NOREEN
31. Quip: Part II : SIBERIAACTORART
35. Loosen a boot : UNLACE
36. Verbose : WORDY
37. Most gutsy : BRAVEST
39. Merry time : MAY
40. Quip: Part III : WAS
43. Dad's and grad's month : JUNE
44. Freeway access : RAMP
46. Cadence : LILT
47. Inuit: Abbr. : ESK
48. Digression : ASIDE
50. Rectangular pilaster : ANTA
51. End of quip : CHILLYCONCARNEY
55. Stretchable : TENSILE
56. Stock markers : TAGGERS
57. Some NCO's : SGTS
58. Disdainful looks : SNEERS
1. Zeus's head goddess : ATHENA
2. Place for a lover's heart : SLEEVE
3. Convenient : HANDY
4. T.L.C. givers : RNS
5. Noshed : ATE
6. A Prarie Province : MANITOBA
7. Bones of Las Vegas : DICE
8. Neighbor of Nev. : ORE
9. Submarine : UNDERSEA
10. Attendant of many years : RETAINER
11. Grain processing machine : AWNER
12. Got wind of : HEARD
13. Tidbit for an echidna : ANT
14. Agony : TORMENT
16. Penta minus bi : TRI
21. Continuing entertainment : SERIES
22. Madison V.P. of redistricting fame : GERRY
24. Cunningham of dance : MERCE
26. Capture : ENTRAP
27. Depressed : MOODY
28. Fling : HEAVE
29. Adage : SAW
31. Put through : SUBJECT
32. Bay of Fundy tides : INRUSHES
33. Shutting out : BLANKING
34. Remarks : COMMENTS
38. Jiffy : TRICE
40. Oscar recipient : WINNER
41. Changes to fit : ALTERS
42. Abides : STAYS
45. Teapot tempest : ADO
46. Economy size : LARGE
48. Baba and Pasha : ALIS
49. Part of a wd. : SYL
52. W.W. II craft : LST
53. Prepare tuna for market : CAN
54. Reason, for one : AGE

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