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James E. Hinish Jr.
James E. Hinish Jr.

New York Times, Friday, October 4, 1991

Author:
James E. Hinish, Jr.
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { J X Z }, Scrabble score: 281 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 58, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 10, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
James E. Hinish, Jr. has 16 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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O
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W
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© 1991, The New York TimesNo. 15,305
Across
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Area meas. : SQYD
5
A king of Siam : RAMA
9
Hidden obstacle : SNAG
13
Prince Valiant's realm : THULE
14
Abu Dhabi ruler : EMIR
15
Former dictator : TITO
16
Sowers' growers : SEEDS
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"Your Show of Shows" comedian : SIDCAESAR
19
Presidential nickname : ABE
20
Letters from Lemnos : PHIS
22
"___ of the Sun," 1987 film : EMPIRE
23
Ne Win's capital : RANGOON
25
African gazelle : ADMI
26
Petty rulers : SATRAPS
28
Medina supporters of Mohammed : ANSAR
32
President of Poland : WALESA
34
___ impasse : ATAN
36
"___ Buttermilk Sky," 1946 song : OLE
37
Make whole : HEAL
38
Muslim leader: Var. : CALIF
40
"The Terrible" : IVAN
41
South finish : ERN
42
Flat-felled or French follower : SEAM
43
Royal proxy : REGENT
45
A dimension : WIDTH
47
Thesmothete : SENATOR
49
"Washington slept ___" : HERE
51
A.A.U. member : AMATEUR
54
"The Little Minister" author : BARRIE
57
Pen name of writer J. Schopfer : ANET
58
Presidential nickname : IKE
59
D.C. think tank : BROOKINGS
61
Actress Swenson et al. : INGAS
63
___ of Judah (Selassie) : LION
64
The ___, Thames estuary sandbank : NORE
65
Else, in Essen : SONST
66
Drink in Akihito's land : SAKE
67
School founded by Henry VI : ETON
68
Gds. : MDSE
Down
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Queen of ___ : SHEBA
2
Part of Australia : QUEENSLAND
3
Investment info : YLD
4
Tyrants : DESPOTS
5
Amber or copal : RESINA
6
He wrote "The Old Devils" : AMIS
7
Day or way starter : MID
8
Curved : ARCED
9
Intervene : STEPIN
10
___ prius (trial court) : NISI
11
Opera by Salieri : ATAR
12
Presidential hopeful: 1988 : GORE
13
Peter or Paul : TSAR
18
Hussein I's capital : AMMAN
21
Author Walpole : HORACE
24
Highlander : GAEL
25
Piemonte wine town : ASTI
27
Slain Swedish P.M. : PALME
29
Rulers : SOVEREIGNS
30
King of comedy : ALAN
31
Budget item : RENT
32
Cry of relief : WHEW
33
Atmosphere: Comb. form : AERI
35
Housing construction : AFRAME
39
Peet Gynt's mother : AASE
40
"___ Rhythm" : IGOT
42
Islamic chief : SHEIK
44
State socialism : ETATISM
46
Royal symbol : THRONE
48
Norwegian explorer of the Arctic : NANSEN
50
Marie Antoinette, e.g. : REINE
52
Imperial decree : UKASE
53
Repose : REST
54
Vintners' amts. : BBLS
55
Scotto specialty : ARIA
56
It castles with a king : ROOK
57
Sour, in Siena : AGRO
60
"We are ___ amused": Victoria : NOT
62
Land in Genesis : NOD

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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