New York Times, Friday, January 9, 1981

Author:Dorothea E. Shipp
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 39, Avg Word Len: 4.89, Missing: { J K Q V X }, Scrabble score: 277 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 80, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 8, XRef: 0
Dorothea E. Shipp has 50 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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© 1981, The New York Times
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1. Lighter : BARGE
6. Martial ___ : ARTS
10. It: It. : ESSO
14. Washington's ___ Stage : ARENA
15. Shred of wool or silk : NOIL
16. Excoriate : FLAY
17. Items in His Honor's wardrobe : TOGAS
18. Rhea's relative : EMEU
19. Biblical weed : TARE
20. Turmoil : HURRYSCURRY
23. La ___, Bolivia : PAZ
24. Baltic island, to Berliners : OSEL
25. Truant : IDLE
26. Song in "A Chorus Line" : AND
28. Complete collection : SET
29. Mamie Eisenhower, née ___ : DOUD
30. Author of "Peg Woffington" : READE
33. Little sea pikes : SPETS
35. British bulldozer : RASER
36. Burst inward : IMPLODE
39. Rose Franken's "___ Claudia": 1943 : ANOTHER
41. Ground gripper for Griffey : CLEAT
42. Flat-bottomed boats : SCOWS
43. "Broom ___," comic strip : HILDA
44. Clay : MARL
45. Acad. : SCH
48. Author Whitten : LES
49. Kind of way or code : AREA
50. Olive genus : OLEA
51. Sporran wearer's headgear : TAM
53. Rigidly binding : HARDANDFAST
56. Time is one : AGER
58. Nautical prison : BRIG
59. Rose oil : ATTAR
60. Crackerjack : LULU
61. On one's own : LONE
62. Farm-implement pioneer : DEERE
63. Sedate : CALM
64. Homophone for use : EWES
65. Over : ENDED
1. Anticlimax : BATHOS
2. Stir emotions : AROUSE
3. Emulate Miss Otis : REGRET
4. Twist badly : GNARL
5. Like a certain street : EASY
6. Brief, interesting tale : ANECDOTE
7. Instigator of the rape of the Sabines : ROMULUS
8. Describing a stadium : TIERED
9. Curved musical symbol : SLUR
10. Newt : EFT
11. Careless : SLAPDASH
12. Allgood or Teasdale : SARA
13. Town crier's word : OYEZ
21. Exhibited partisanship : SIDED
22. Plant used by Indians to cure earaches : YARROW
27. ___-foot oil : NEATS
31. Fourth letter : DEE
32. Make a typo : ERR
33. Sole of a plow : SLADE
34. Dead Sea product : POTASH
36. "___ Dien," princely motto : ICH
37. Date 15 years prior to Norman Conquest : MLI
38. Lickety-split : PELLMELL
39. Lots and lots of lots : ACREAGES
40. Actor Lloyd : NOLAN
42. Part of a smorgasbord : SARDINE
44. Pith : MARROW
45. Like some roofs : SLATED
46. Basso Siepi : CESARE
47. Odium : HATRED
50. In many instances : OFTEN
51. Rensselaerite : TALC
52. Type of toad : AGUA
54. Qualified : ABLE
55. Florida's richest county : DADE
57. Product of Barbados : RUM

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