New York Times, Wednesday, January 27, 1982

Author: Bette Sue Cohen
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Min Word Len: 4, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 298 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 86, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 7, XRef: 0
Bette Sue Cohen has 41 pre-Shortz puzzles and 6 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1982, The New York Times
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1. Chic : SMART
6. Kind of cure : REST
10. Native of Ayr : SCOT
14. Spectrum item : COLOR
15. Islamic title : EMIR
16. One of the Guthries : ARLO
17. Waft from the kitchen : AROMA
18. It goes with vision : TELE
19. Kopeck, e.g. : COIN
20. In a sorry state : TOPSYTURVY
22. ___ Gauche (Left Bank) : RIVE
23. Clothing fabric : SERGE
24. Genders : SEXES
25. "There ought to be ___!" : ALAW
29. Kind of barometer : ANEROID
31. Bailiwick : DOMAIN
33. Survivor of Dunkirk: 1940 : EVACUEE
37. Disconcerts : ABASHES
39. Acetone, to paint : REMOVER
40. Dangerfield's lack : RESPECT
41. Scott heroine : ROWENA
42. Alert : WAKEFUL
45. "Simon ___" : SAYS
46. Sheet-metal cutter : SHEAR
49. Greek actress : PAPAS
51. Kind of dancer : TAXI
52. Fretful sorts : WORRYWARTS
57. Protection : EGIS
58. Crucifix letters : INRI
59. Keyboard material : IVORY
60. Cartoonist who invented Santa's colorful costume : NAST
61. Inlets : RIAS
62. He wrote "Too Late the Phalarope" : PATON
63. Crumbs : ORTS
64. French anagram for tree : ETRE
65. Run off together : ELOPE
1. "Get lost!" : SCAT
2. Philippine Moslem : MORO
3. Asymmetrical : ALOP
4. Group famed as fiddlers : ROMS
5. Salvers : TRAYS
6. Word in a sequel title : RETURN
7. Become known : EMERGE
8. Painter of mirrors : SILVERER
9. Deuce topper : TREY
10. They're above criticism : SACREDCOWS
11. ___ de guerre (French medal) : CROIX
12. Word with green or branch : OLIVE
13. Works on a photo : TONES
21. Bogota's neighbor : TEANECK
24. "Pari ___," Rigoletto aria : SIAMO
25. Jewish month : ADAR
26. Organ division : LOBE
27. It follows amo : AMAS
28. Requisites for Gibson girls : WASPWAISTS
30. Use tracing paper : OVERLAY
32. "Do ___ a Waltz?" : IHEAR
34. Optical layer : UVEA
35. Start of a child's rhyme : EENY
36. Alexandrian and Napoleonic : ERAS
38. "Give her the gas!" : STEPONIT
43. Noted soprano of the past : FARRAR
44. Revolt : UPRISE
46. Crater explored by Apollo 17 : STENO
47. Abraham's bondwoman : HAGAR
48. Occur : EXIST
50. Filch : SWIPE
52. Word with live or high : WIRE
53. Of grandparents : AVAL
54. Newspaper section, for short : ROTO
55. De ___ (unwanted) : TROP
56. New Year's word : SYNE

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