New York Times, Wednesday, November 24, 1982

Author:Arthur W. Palmer
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Q X Y }, Scrabble score: 283 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Arthur W. Palmer has 38 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Coal residue : COKE
5. Forest opening : GLADE
10. Type of party : STAG
14. Norwegian king : OLAF
15. Like a mad dog : RABID
16. What Petruchio's Kate became : TAME
17. "Advancement of Learning" author : SIRFRANCISBACON
20. Put on a pedestal : IDOLIZED
21. British volume measure : LITRE
22. Employs : USES
23. Restaurateur Toots : SHOR
25. Faced courageously : BRAVED
28. Has-___ : BEEN
29. Explorer Johnson : OSA
32. Hindu queen : RANI
33. Prepared beef : CURED
34. Catch : NAB
35. "The Hoosier Schoolmaster" author : EDWARDEGGLESTON
39. Spanish aunt : TIA
40. Usher's milieu : AISLE
41. Actor Franchot : TONE
42. Anderson's "High ___" : TOR
43. Go out with : DATE
44. Legal catch for Walton : KEEPER
46. Monster lizard : GILA
47. Cost of a dozen? : DIME
48. Bow of old films : CLARA
51. Part-time ballplayers : SEMIPROS
55. Clinton, N.Y., institution : HAMILTONCOLLEGE
58. Furniture style : ADAM
59. Tear-jerker : ONION
60. Steven's companion : EVEN
61. Lacoste of court fame : RENE
62. Paris subway : METRO
63. Start a lawn : SEED
1. "___ fan tutte" : COSI
2. Fetid : OLID
3. N.Z. shrub : KARO
4. Emanations : EFFLUVIA
5. Ate like sheep : GRAZED
6. Bowling necessities : LANES
7. Alphabet quartet : ABCD
8. Year in the reign of Anastasius I : DII
9. Sullivan and Begley : EDS
10. Word with case or way : STAIR
11. Diplomacy : TACT
12. Eros : AMOR
13. Sarazen or Kelly : GENE
18. Diva Stevens : RISE
19. Harlow or Grable : BLONDE
23. Suit material : SERGE
24. Cad : HEEL
25. A.L. M.V.P.: 1980 : BRETT
26. Crystal set : RADIO
27. Gamal's successor : ANWAR
28. Relative of a trumpet : BUGLE
29. "___ of Old Smokey" : ONTOP
30. French river : SAONE
31. Name meaning "father of light" : ABNER
33. Jai-alai need : CESTA
36. Type of tire : RADIAL
37. Channel changer : DIAL
38. Spires : STEEPLES
44. Japanese robe : KIMONO
45. Writer Ludwig : EMIL
46. Dirt : GRIME
47. Room style : DECOR
48. Overdo toast : CHAR
49. Furnish cargo : LADE
50. "___ for All Seasons" : AMAN
51. Stew : SNIT
52. Dream for Pierre : REVE
53. Molding : OGEE
54. Transmit : SEND
56. Thumb or Swift : TOM
57. "___ O'Clock Jump," 1938 song : ONE

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