New York Times, Thursday, November 18, 1982

Author:Bette Sue Cohen
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 272 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 8, XRef: 0
Bette Sue Cohen has 41 pre-Shortz puzzles and 6 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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1. Tunic : ALB
4. Seed; germ : SPORE
9. Arches : SPANS
14. Coral, e.g. : SEA
15. Silent, in music : TACET
16. Purposeful : TELIC
17. Matteson's invention: 1888 : HARVESTER
19. Palindromic bird : ARARA
20. Long river in Europe : ELBE
21. Development of Baird et al. : TELEVISION
23. Fourth or real follower : ESTATE
25. "___ tu," Verdi aria : ERI
26. Birch : ALDER
28. Plant disease : SCAB
30. Kind of line : STAG
34. Patent seeker's need, perhaps : LAWYER
36. Invention of Morton, Krum et al. : TELETYPE
38. Word form with form : OVI
39. Poetic contraction : EER
41. D'Amato from N.Y., e.g. : SEN
42. Opposite of neg. : POS
43. Westinghouse's invention: 1868 : AIRBRAKE
46. That much, at a minimum : NOLESS
48. Caribou : DEER
49. Famed coloratura : PONS
51. A hard ___ hoe : ROWTO
52. Galena, e.g. : ORE
54. One who abashes : SHAMER
56. Products of Holland's imagination : SUBMARINES
60. Sack or port : WINE
63. Shirk : AVOID
64. Torricelli's invention: 1643 : BAROMETER
66. ___ dog's life : LEADA
67. Book by Hartfeld about the U.S.S.R. : IRINA
68. Time period : ERA
69. Gourmand : EATER
70. Postpone : DEFER
71. Play the stoolie : RAT
1. Arthur of court fame : ASHE
2. Liege, in Ayr : LEAL
3. Glidden's invention: 1873 : BARBEDWIRE
4. ___ Anne de Beaupré : STE
5. Fare in Firenze : PASTA
6. Works by Mendelssohn and Schubert : OCTETS
7. Verb for an incumbent's campaign : REELECT
8. French anagram for tree : ETRE
9. Type of case : STAIR
10. Continue firmly : PERSIST
11. Range in Turkestan : ALAI
12. Actor Robert De ___ : NIRO
13. Survey : SCAN
18. Early U.S. black leader : VESEY
22. Famed U.S. social scientist: 1857–1929 : VEBLEN
24. Worker on shoe uppers : TREER
26. Take ___ off one's feet : ALOAD
27. "___ en Rose" : LAVIE
29. Bronze, to Brutus : AES
31. Henry Mill's invention: 1714 : TYPEWRITER
32. Silent as ___ : APOST
33. Plaster of paris : GESSO
35. McCormick's invention: 1831 : REAPER
37. Huge, in poesy : ENORM
40. Rival of M-G-M : RKO
44. Trite saying : BROMIDE
45. Trap : ENSNARE
47. Broadway collaborator : LOEWE
50. Arab chief : SHERIF
53. Development of Appleton, Page et al. : RADAR
55. Harmoniously : ASONE
56. Retailer's sign : SALE
57. Optic layer : UVEA
58. Bark : BOAT
59. Reference book abbr. : IBID
61. River near Spoleto : NERA
62. Quod follower : ERAT
65. Injure : MAR

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