New York Times, Monday, October 20, 1986

Author: Albert J. Klaus
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 41, Avg Word Len: 4.84, Missing: { J Q W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 272 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 3, XRef: 0
Albert J. Klaus has 115 pre-Shortz puzzles and 4 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1986, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Warm oneself in the sun : BASK
5. Land measures : ACRES
10. Fishhook part : BARB
14. Oppositionist : ANTI
15. Story or range preceder : SHORT
16. Toward shelter : ALEE
17. Mortgage, e.g. : LOAN
18. "___ Noster" : PATER
19. Not any : NONE
20. Cloth-pressing machine : MANGLER
22. Owners, landlords and tenants: Abbr. : OLANDT
24. Jeffrey Hunter religious film: 1961 : KINGOFKINGS
27. Necktie : ASCOT
30. "I have found it!" : EUREKA
31. Welcome benefit : BOON
32. Put in a warehouse : STORE
33. Shea athlete : MET
36. Plant destroyer : BLIGHT
39. Scoffs : SNEERS
41. Long time period : EON
42. Native of Khomeini's land : IRANI
46. Scene of two miracles : CANA
47. Frightened : SCARED
48. Change : ALTER
49. Yul Brynner film : THEKINGANDI
52. Most bashful : SHIEST
53. Ring-tossing games : HOOPLAS
57. Sympathetic : KIND
58. Bean or Welles : ORSON
61. Male parent : SIRE
62. "Bus Stop" author : INGE
63. Some flowers for Cicero : ROSAE
64. Always : EVER
65. Cervine animal : DEER
66. Faint odor : SCENT
67. Unheeding : DEAF
1. Fragrant ointment : BALM
2. Small wild ox : ANOA
3. Laurel or Musial : STAN
4. Giant-ape film : KINGKONG
5. Colo. ski resort : ASPEN
6. Asks payment for : CHARGES
7. Decay : ROT
8. Before, in poesy : ERE
9. Oarsmen : STROKERS
10. Kind of split : BANANA
11. Lengthwise : ALONG
12. Tears : RENDS
13. Edible red root : BEET
21. Ignited : LIT
23. Compare : LIKEN
25. Not at home : OUT
26. To and ___ : FRO
27. French priestly title : ABBE
28. Music for one : SOLO
29. Invent : COIN
33. Gist : MEAT
34. Sea eagle : ERNE
35. Despot : TSAR
37. Yokels : HICKS
38. Betrayers : TRAITORS
40. Overshadowed : ECLIPSED
43. Scottish alder tree : ARN
44. Opposite of pos. : NEG
45. Ezra Pound was one : IDAHOAN
47. Farm machine : SEEDER
48. Fuss : ADO
49. "Not my will, but ___, be done": Luke 22:42 : THINE
50. Pivot : HINGE
51. Combination of nine voices : NONET
52. Slide : SKID
54. Word with wire or stock : LIVE
55. Region : AREA
56. Slave : SERF
59. Fabulous bird : ROC
60. Reno-to-Las Vegas dir. : SSE

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