New York Times, Saturday, October 13, 1984

Author: Joe Clonick
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { F K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 275 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 2, XRef: 0
Joe Clonick has 20 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Owner of a multicolored coat : JOSEPH
7. Spasmodic, as a muscle : CLONIC
13. Old French dance : GAVOTTE
14. Outer ear : AURICLE
16. Another dance : ONESTEP
17. Changeable; variable : PROTEAN
18. Debussy's sea : MER
19. Rainbow, e.g. : ARC
20. French possessive : SES
21. Except : BUT
22. Work of Snorri Sturluson : EDDA
24. Driers for hops : OASTS
26. They returned in a Lucas film : JEDI
27. Makes turbid : ROILS
29. Fourth Arabic letter : THA
30. Device for preparing apples : CORER
31. Composed : SEDATE
33. Snarl : ENTANGLE
35. Plucked forcibly : EVULSED
37. About to occur : IMMINENT
41. " . . . the ___ of gold": Keats : REALMS
46. High times : NOONS
47. Unite : WED
49. Buy a round : TREAT
50. Cubitus : ULNA
51. Laughs, in Lille : RIRES
53. Colonist with loyalty to royalty : TORY
54. Trumpery : ROT
55. Something to step on : GAS
56. Baden-Baden, e.g. : SPA
58. Zilch : NIL
59. Light cotton fabric : ETAMINE
61. Boss, in Bari : PADRONE
63. Ireland's northernmost county : DONEGAL
64. Bade : ORDERED
65. Dressing table : VANITY
66. Proscenium drape : TEASER
1. Unidentified female : JANEDOE
2. Carried to excess : OVERDID
3. Mayday relative : SOS
4. Cartoonist Hulme : ETTA
5. Wing: Comb. form : PTERO
6. "With-it" guy of the 40's : HEPCAT
7. Anchor-hoisting machines : CAPSTANS
8. Certain flies : LURES
9. Diamonds, in Pedro's deck : OROS
10. Annual court tourn. : NIT
11. Growler : ICEBERG
12. French diplomat, poet, dramatist: 1868–1955 : CLAUDEL
13. TV's Pyle et al. : GOMERS
15. Complete : ENTIRE
23. SEC member : ALA
25. A basic need : SHELTER
26. Hairstylist-producer Peters : JON
28. British guns : STENS
30. Younger son or brother : CADET
32. Early pome picker : EVE
34. Dutch painter Gerard ___ Borch : TER
36. Sans sagacity : UNWISELY
37. Accustomed : INURED
38. Cocktail with a wallop : MOLOTOV
39. Where Custer last stood : MONTANA
40. Actress Balin : INA
42. Cunning or finesse : ART
43. "Fidelio" heroine : LEONORE
44. NASA explorer of Mars : MARINER
45. Fashioned : STYLED
48. Caligula was one : DESPOT
51. Charged : RANAT
52. Consolation for Mark Roth : SPARE
55. Lerner-Loewe musical : GIGI
57. Skink : ADDA
60. Hands : MEN
62. Lab. work : RES

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