New York Times, Monday, January 11, 1982

Author: Herb L. Risteen
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.69, Missing: { J X Z }, Scrabble score: 307 (avg 1.68)
Open Squares: 59, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Herb L. Risteen has 127 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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1. This can be hairy or hairless : PATE
5. One in disguise, using his eyes : SPIER
10. Human dynamo's asset : PEP
13. Desserts : ICES
14. Part of a portal : HINGE
15. Porter who could carry a tune : COLE
16. Solomon's royal visitor : THEQUEENOFSHEBA
19. Do some sewing : HEM
20. Deserters of sinking ships : RATS
21. Shrewd : CUTE
22. City taken by Baber in 1526 : AGRA
23. Sigma Chi, e.g. : FRAT
25. Tomes' strongest parts : SPINES
28. Most unruffled : COOLEST
31. Grammatical goof : AINT
32. Medieval guild : HANSE
33. Org. once headed by Dulles : CIA
35. Barely made it : SQUEAKEDTHROUGH
39. Heston role : HUR
40. Has origin : RISES
41. Virginia willow : ITEA
42. Most macabre : EERIEST
44. They make heaps : PILERS
46. Map marking : ISLE
47. Differ : VARY
48. Dexterous : DEFT
50. Zane Grey locale : MESA
51. Kind of plane or path : WAR
54. Where to see Eros : TRAFALGARSQUARE
58. Projections : EARS
59. Musical work : LARGO
60. Middle age, to Cato : LVII
61. Tool for a beltmaker : AWL
62. Netherlands sight : DIKES
63. Stingy : MEAN
1. Essential part : PITH
2. Long : ACHE
3. Abound : TEEM
4. Marquand's "H.M. Pulham, ___" : ESQ
5. Means for creating clippings : SHEARS
6. Statue in the Duomo at Florence : PIETA
7. Tourist havens : INNS
8. What an analyst might inflate : EGO
9. Grid man : REF
10. Donne, for one : POET
11. German river : ELBE
12. ___ soup : PEA
15. Rodeo area : CHUTE
17. Impulse : URGE
18. One eager to climb every mountain : SCALER
22. Type of room : ANTE
23. Banks of type : FONTS
24. ___ ha-Shanah : ROSH
25. Window part : SASH
26. Wounded pride : PIQUE
27. Accustom : INURE
28. Midshipman : CADET
29. Part of a cobra : SCUTE
30. Al Kaline was one : TIGER
32. German state : HESSE
34. Exclamations of triumph : AHAS
36. Bristle : ARISTA
37. German seaport : KIEL
38. "___ to bed . . . " (OPEC worker's slogan?) : OILY
43. Berbers of Morocco : RIFFS
44. John Dos ___ : PASSOS
45. Homeland of the thief of Baghdad : IRAQ
47. Border (on) : VERGE
48. Ring decision : DRAW
49. Feudal bigwig : EARL
50. Biblical book : MARK
51. M. Marcel creation : WAVE
52. Song heard at the Teatro San Carlo : ARIA
53. Check for Rudolph : REIN
54. Kind of party given by Sam Adams et al. : TEA
55. Honorary deg. : LLD
56. Happy, in Le Havre : GAI
57. City on the Danube : ULM

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