New York Times, Saturday, September 4, 1993

Author: Eli Wesoff
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 5.29, Missing: { J P Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 247 (avg 1.34)
Open Squares: 63, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 1, Spans: 1
Eli Wesoff has 93 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.
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© 1993, The New York Times
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1. Women in uniform : WACS
5. Gone up : ARISEN
11. "___ Rhythm" : IGOT
12. Not a brand, but generic : NONAME
13. Lead-in to light : TWI
16. Singer Simone : NINA
17. "The ___," Steele periodical : TATLER
18. Heater : ROD
19. Rhea's relative : OSTRICH
21. Public authenticator of documents : NOTARY
23. Response to a sharp rejoinder : TOUCHE
24. Tyrolean peasant dress : DIRNDL
25. They follow seconds : THIRDS
27. Counting board : ABACUS
29. Half a "perfect" expression : HOTSY
30. Dismounted : ALIT
31. Small salamanders : EFTS
34. See 19 Across : EMU
35. Cleared one's debts : SETTLED
38. Lode contents : ORE
39. Physician starter : META
41. Osborne's "___ Back in Anger" : LOOK
42. Peep show : RAREE
44. Diamond unit : INNING
46. Called : TERMED
47. "___ choose to run...": Coolidge : IDONOT
49. Film star Landi : ELISSA
51. Italian discoverer of six comets : DONATI
52. China services : TEASETS
54. Qua ___ (here and there, in Roma) : ELA
55. Chief Assyrian god : ASSHUR
57. Type of blue or green : NILE
59. The works : ALL
60. "...and cannot ___ middle course": Massinger : STEERA
61. Outstanding notes : IOUS
62. Houstonian dome players : ASTROS
63. Wallet stuffing : ONES
1. Take the gold : WIN
2. Money changing : AGIO
3. A walk around the deck, e.g. : CONSTITUTIONAL
4. Nonrotating machine parts : STATORS
5. Monkeyshines : ANTICS
6. Household pest : ROACH
7. Like Goya's "Maja" : INTHEALTOGETHER
8. Gal of song : SAL
9. Correct a text : EMENDATE
10. Like a cruel, profligate emperor : NEROIC
13. Metamorphosis : TRANSFORMATION
14. Tidings : WORD
15. Pastoral poem : IDYL
20. Vallee et al. : RUDYS
22. Void of deceit : TRUE
25. "___ There Eyes," 1930 song : THEM
26. Man's castle : HOME
28. Defraud : BILK
30. Like ___ of bricks : ATON
32. Lignum vitae, e.g. : TREE
33. Wimbledon ranking : SEED
36. Those of select groups : ELITISTS
37. Outfit : DRESS
40. O'Neill's Christie : ANNA
43. TV's Hall : ARSENIO
45. "___ Stranger," 1955 film : NOTASA
46. Decorative headbands : TIARAS
47. Brainchild : IDEA
48. Barbie, e.g. : DOLL
50. Smooth: Comb. form : LEURO
53. Swing around : SLUE
56. Harden : SET
58. Tee forerunner : ESS

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