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New York Times, Friday, April 21, 1989

Author:
William Baxley
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.95, Missing: { B F J Q W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 241 (avg 1.32)
Open Squares: 56, Cheaters: 12, FITB: 8, XRef: 0
William Baxley has 20 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1989, The New York TimesNo. 14,409
Across
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Gorge : CHASM
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Bass-baritone Simon ___ : ESTES
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Magna ___ : CHARTA
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Become less strict, with "up" : LOOSEN
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Tufted; crowned : CRESTED
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What Vesuvius did in the 1960's : ERUPTED
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The Celtic Neptune : LER
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Understand : SEE
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Cistern : VAT
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___ Borch, Dutch painter : TER
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Prolific auth. : ANON
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Tubes : PIPES
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Bantu-speaking S. African people : PEDI
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Schnauzer's feature : SNOUT
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Operated : RAN
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Pianist-composer Frankie ___ : CARLE
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N.C. Cape : HATTERAS
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Perceived : SENSED
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Oriental : EASTERN
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Violent : RAGING
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Deletions : ERASURES
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Kilns : OVENS
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Welsh rabbit ingredient : ALE
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Contralto Nikolaidi : ELENA
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Sean from Santa Monica : PENN
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Calif. clam : PISMO
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Heroic : EPIC
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"Look ___ ye leap": Heywood : ERE
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"To ___ With Love," Poitier film : SIR
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Org. in "Trinity" : IRA
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Interrogate : ASK
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Layer : STRATUM
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Throat tissue masses : TONSILS
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Greet : SALUTE
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Unimpaired : ENTIRE
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Burdened : LADEN
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TV fare : SOAPS
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Cigar having untapered ends : CHEROOT
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Owns : HAS
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Partner of sciences : ARTS
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Precipitous : STEEP
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Rich, strong relatives of sherry : MADEIRAS
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Soccer team : ELEVEN
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Shore birds : SORAS
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Race-track tipster : TOUT
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Mae West's "Life, Sex and ___" : ESP
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Certain volleyball players : SETTERS
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Luke in "The Real McCoys" : CRENNA
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One-eyed instrument : NEEDLE
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Skirmish : CLASH
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Cut's partner : DRIED
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Chinquapin, e.g. : NUT
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Many of the works of Degas : PASTELS
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Greek god of shepherds : PAN
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Salad days : TEENS
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Use a thurible : CENSE
31
Part of a lemon : RAG
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Mrs., in Madrid : SRA
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Religious recluses : EREMITES
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What novices don't know : ROPES
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Prevents : AVERTS
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His wife sees stars : GENERAL
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Khan, e.g. : INN
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Caucho : ULE
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Word on a garage : REPAIRS
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Isolate : ENISLE
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Gives the ax to : SACKS
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Anagram for marine : AIRMEN
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A Uto-Aztecan language : PIUTE
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Bangor neighbor : ORONO
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Boss : STUD
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Tapir : ANTA
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___ carte : ALA
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Small draft : SIP

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Crosswords published prior to Nov. 21, 1993 are provided by David Steinberg and The Pre-Shortzian Puzzle Project.

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