New York Times, Wednesday, November 12, 1986

Author:Norma Steinberg
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.74, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 308 (avg 1.66)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
Norma Steinberg has 35 pre-Shortz puzzles and 17 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1986, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Self-satisfied : SMUG
5. TV's "___ Na Na" : SHA
8. Jargons : CANTS
13. Top of the line : AONE
14. Have the lead : STAR
15. Romeo's emotion : AMORE
16. Mussolini's title : DUCE
17. Bide one's time : WAIT
18. River embankment : LEVEE
19. Pac.'s kin : ATL
20. Beau's brother : JEFF
21. Cube and flank : STEAKS
22. Puzo best seller : THEGODFATHER
25. Roués : RAKES
26. Female G.I. : WAC
27. First president of Gabon : MBA
30. Same, in Sedan : MEME
31. Cooper-Kelly classic : HIGHNOON
33. Material for lawn treatment : LIME
34. Warms up : HEATS
36. Bitsy's partner : ITSY
37. Cold and windy : BLUSTERY
39. Exclamations in Ulm : ACHS
40. Call for help : SOS
41. Word on a towel : HIS
42. " . . . after they've seen ___" : PAREE
44. Dreiser work : SISTERCARRIE
48. Sidewalk surface : CEMENT
51. Reno transactions : BETS
52. Mrs., in Mexico : SRA
53. Future oak, perhaps : ACORN
54. World spinner? : LOVE
55. Bad day for Caesar : IDES
56. What push may come to : SHOVE
57. Author Bagnold : ENID
58. Leonine locks : MANE
59. Cosmetic-counter purchase : TONER
60. Opp. of ant. : SYN
61. Yes votes : AYES
1. Memorable Egyptian leader : SADAT
2. Part of a river : MOUTH
3. J. C. Harris creation : UNCLEREMUS
4. Turn right : GEE
5. Walking sticks : STAFFS
6. Israeli port : HAIFA
7. Buchwald : ART
8. Pasadena campus, for short : CALTECH
9. Moslem nobleman : AMEER
10. Celestial blazer : NOVA
11. Long hike : TREK
12. Perceives : SEES
14. Citizen of Malmö : SWEDE
20. Pun : JOKE
21. Thickets : SHAGS
23. Signoret film: 1967 : GAMES
24. Jitters : TWIT
27. Spring event : MOTHERSDAY
28. Ornament : BOSS
29. Bacharach's "___ Day Now" : ANY
30. Site of a sculptural find : MILO
31. Horse feed : HAY
32. More pleasant : NICER
33. Some wts. : LBS
34. Yegg's caper : HEIST
35. Formerly, formerly : ERST
38. Turpentine, at times : THINNER
39. Caspian feeder : ARAS
42. Conductor-composer from Berlin : PREVIN
43. Emulated Lithgow : ACTED
44. A Becker boomer : SERVE
45. Valuable wood : EBONY
46. Actress Papas : IRENE
47. Slackens off : EASES
48. Tinge : CAST
49. Lover of Narcissus : ECHO
50. Dawdle : MOON
54. "___ Misérables" : LES
55. "___ little teapot . . . " : IMA

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