New York Times, Wednesday, November 3, 1982

Author:Jeanette K. Brill
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 265 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Jeanette K. Brill has 79 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Man of wealth : NABOB
6. Newspaper sect. : ROTO
10. Dill : ANET
14. Love feast : AGAPE
15. SW Alaskan island : ADAK
16. Old fogy : DODO
17. Suffered defeat : GOTTHEWORSTOFIT
20. Pismire : ANT
21. Manifest : OVERT
22. Fanon : ORALE
23. More competent : ABLER
25. Batted in a special way : BUNTED
26. Covered, as a roof : TILED
28. Derby winner: 1955 : SWAPS
30. Operatic highlight : ARIA
31. Erect : RAISE
32. "Sympathy" partner : TEA
35. Suffered defeat : TOOKITONTHECHIN
39. Bay State cape : ANN
40. Subject of a "Tristram Shandy" chapter : NOSES
41. ___ an ear (listen) : LEND
42. Take the helm : STEER
43. Nobel Peace Prize co-winner: 1925 : DAWES
44. Having wings : ALATED
47. Girl in a pool : STENO
49. Asia ___ : MINOR
50. "Holy Mountain" of the Greek Church : ATHOS
52. Kramer film: 1970 : RPM
55. Suffered defeat : METONESWATERLOO
58. Eager : AGOG
59. Con's confines : STIR
60. Golf's ___ Cup : RYDER
61. Hawaiian goose : NENE
62. Prong : TINE
63. Integument : TESTA
1. Burma's ___ Hills : NAGA
2. Stravinsky ballet : AGON
3. Army unit : BATTALION
4. Select : OPT
5. Gaze upon : BEHOLD
6. Less cooked : RAWER
7. Repute : ODOR
8. Snappish : TART
9. Rhyme for yeas : OKS
10. Bedecks : ADORNS
11. " . . . could eat ___" : NOFAT
12. Roman official : EDILE
13. Lugged : TOTED
18. "The stag at ___ . . . " : EVE
19. Cosell's "rug" : TOUPEE
24. Rostrum : BEAK
25. Crushing blow : BASH
26. Toodle-oo : TATA
27. Word with fist or horse : IRON
28. More rational : SANER
29. Jokesters : WITS
31. "Only a ___," 1925 song : ROSE
32. "All ___ a stage . . . " : THEWORLDS
33. Article in Austria : EINE
34. Ampersands : ANDS
36. Apprentice teacher : INTERN
37. Digitate, in a way : TOED
38. Clique : CLAN
42. Puppet : STOOGE
43. Abandon : DESERT
44. Jordanian city, once called Philadelphia : AMMAN
45. Subject : LIEGE
46. Chekhov : ANTON
47. Wall Street term : SHARE
48. Little one : TOT
50. Italian wine city : ASTI
51. Dupicate : TWIN
53. Alan Seeger, e.g. : POET
54. Metrical unit : MORA
56. Part of i.e. : EST
57. Bar order : RYE

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