New York Times, Friday, September 29, 1989

Author: Betty Jorgensen
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.74, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 274 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 65, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Spans: 4
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. Author Hamill : PETE
5. Con ___ (tenderly) : AMORE
10. Wire measure : MIL
13. Satanic : EVIL
14. Patten's cousin : SABOT
15. Lagomorph : HARE
16. Start of a quip : GOLFISLIKETAXES
19. Coterie : SET
20. Twin in "The Other" : NILES
21. Noël Coward's "To Step ___" : ASIDE
22. Conditions : IFS
23. Sluggard's suggested role model : ANT
24. More of the quip : YOUDRIVETOGETTO
33. Temporary loss of breath : APNEA
34. Neck and neck : EVEN
35. Moroccan mountains : RIF
36. Screams, to Simone : CRIS
37. Obey the alarm : ARISE
38. Compressed cotton pad : BATT
39. Kady or petasus : HAT
40. Punkie : GNAT
41. Usher's beat : AISLE
42. More of the quip : THEGREENANDTHEN
46. Started the bridge game : LED
47. Tidbit for Seattle Slew : OAT
48. Unflappable : STOIC
51. Do a double take : REACT
54. Equivoke : PUN
57. End of the quip : WINDUPINTHEHOLE
60. To the sheltered side : ALEE
61. Ade book : ARTIE
62. Hebrides island : IONA
63. Part of r.p.m. : PER
64. Lowly laborers : PEONS
65. Cry of disgust : DRAT
1. Throws : PEGS
2. Cry at Pan's parties : EVOE
3. Joust : TILT
4. Sprite : ELF
5. Town near Perugia : ASSISI
6. Shopping center : MALL
7. Drama award : OBIE
8. South Korean G.I.'s : ROKS
9. Juin, juillet et août : ETE
10. Dress length : MAXI
11. Angered : IRED
12. ___-majesté : LESE
15. Waste maker : HASTE
17. Below: Prefix : INFRA
18. Chinese dynasty : TANG
22. Roman dates : IDES
23. Tops : AONE
24. Trump's Princess, e.g. : YACHT
25. Talk-show hostess Winfrey : OPRAH
26. Wed : UNITE
27. Early sci-fi writer : VERNE
28. Kind of mineral water : EVIAN
29. Seed coat : TESTA
30. Claptrap : TRASH
31. Nobleman's inheritance : TITLE
32. Frequently : OFTEN
37. Like good cheese : AGED
38. Bollard : BITT
41. " . . . ___ which will live in infamy . . . ": F.D.R. : ADATE
43. Dance smoothly : GLIDE
44. Receipt, in Reims : RECU
45. Buenas ___ (good night, in Granada) : NOCHES
48. Exchange : SWAP
49. Mah-jongg piece : TILE
50. Nonesuch : ONER
51. To laugh, in Lille : RIRE
52. Within: Comb. form : ENTO
53. Squire in "The Faerie Queene" : ATIN
54. Adjective for Yorick : POOR
55. Forearm bone : ULNA
56. Bandbox : NEAT
58. Baby food : PAP
59. Secreted : HID

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