New York Times, Friday, January 1, 1982

Author: C. J. Angio
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 273 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 11, XRef: 0
C. J. Angio has 93 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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1. Truncates : LOPS
5. Hepburn role : COCO
9. "The best is yet ___": Browning : TOBE
13. A first name in Orel : IVAN
14. Pigment for J. M. W. Turner : OCHRE
16. "Un bel di," e.g. : ARIA
17. Commitment often made on Jan. 1 : RESOLUTION
19. Wolfe's stonecutter : GANT
20. Heeded an R.S.V.P. : ANSWERED
21. What some polls reveal : TRENDS
23. This is broken after Communion : FAST
24. "Quickly, ___ me a beaker of wine . . . ": Aristophanes : BRING
25. Penny ___ : ARCADE
28. Most imposing : GRANDEST
31. Carols : NOELS
32. Up and ___ : DOING
33. Mason ___ : BEE
34. What bells do : TOLL
35. Noted French Egyptologist: 1868–1938 : MORET
36. Go to ___ (carouse) : TOWN
37. Chemical suffix : ENE
38. Vehicle for Tom Mix : OATER
39. Cut a lawn : MOWED
40. Alit from an SST : DEBARKED
42. Associations for mutual aid : GUILDS
43. Prevailed : RULED
44. Jung or Sagan : CARL
45. Sideboard display : TEASET
47. Lowering : DEBASING
51. Fragments from feasts : ORTS
52. He gives a toot : HORNBLOWER
54. Frenchman's "Help!" : AMOI
55. Take sound off a tape : ERASE
56. Fen footing : MIRE
57. Bell the cat : DARE
58. Word with ox or owl : EYED
59. A grandson of Eve : ENOS
1. Coin of Ankara : LIRA
2. Dutch ___ : OVEN
3. Jaworski "bomb" : PASS
4. Lowell's "The First ___" : SNOWFALL
5. What 1981 has run : COURSE
6. Choral group : OCTET
7. Scolded : CHID
8. Coronado's quest : ORO
9. Oddment : TAGEND
10. Jan. 1 event : ORANGEBOWL
11. Hogtie : BIND
12. What to "come and get" : EATS
15. Competitor : ENTRANT
18. Is first : LEADS
22. "___ in the new!" : RING
24. Pipe : BRIER
25. Chipped in a chip : ANTED
26. ABC's Arledge : ROONE
27. One at Times Square on New Year's Eve : CELEBRATOR
28. Caught the matador : GORED
29. Emulated Dorcas : SEWED
30. Does some baby-sitting : TENDS
32. Loved not wisely but too well : DOTED
35. "___ World Go Away," hit song : MAKETHE
36. Laborious : TOILSOME
38. Wreath atop Lancelot : ORLE
39. Orozco opus : MURAL
41. Down Under native : AUSSIE
42. Chewed the fat : GABBED
44. Use a thurible : CENSE
45. Salamander's relative : TOAD
46. Author Bombeck : ERMA
47. Sturdy cart : DRAY
48. "Heads, ___, tails, you lose" : IWIN
49. Character in Jonson's "Sejanus" : NERO
50. Decorative stoneware : GRES
53. Cassiterite, e.g. : ORE

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