New York Times, Tuesday, November 9, 1982

Author: Julian Ochrymowych
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 271 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 59, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 7, XRef: 2, Spans: 2
Julian Ochrymowych has 5 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Town transport : CAB
4. "And cometh from ___": Wordsworth : AFAR
8. Salts or Downs : EPSOM
13. Payable ___ before . . . : ONOR
15. Clare Boothe ___ : LUCE
16. Mother-of-pearl : NACRE
17. Irritable diner's query : DOYOUSERVECRABS
20. S.A. range : ANDES
21. "Star Wars" princess : LEIA
22. Nice summers : ETES
23. Jupiter, to Juvenal : DEUS
25. Occurrence : EVENT
27. Tall caps : MITERS
30. Informal garment : SWEATER
32. Tennis great : ASHE
33. Foursquare : HONEST
35. Culprits, in Calabria : REI
37. On the qui vive : ALERT
39. Not agin : FER
40. First-aid contrivance : SLING
42. Hebrew letter : MEM
43. Like Methuselah : OLDEST
46. "Hip" : ONTO
47. More inane : SILLIER
49. Medieval catapult : ONAGER
51. Filled up, as a coaler : LADEN
52. Dick and Jane's dog : SPOT
53. Memorable pro bowler : WELU
55. Govt. agent : GMAN
57. "My Friend Flicka" author : OHARA
61. Witty waiter's response to 17 Across : ISERVEANYONESIR
64. Peel : STRIP
65. Beats for p.o. men : RTES
66. Bell sound : DING
67. Golf-course gear : HOSES
68. Smooch : KISS
69. Fuss : ADO
1. Musical tail : CODA
2. Soon : ANON
3. He played Hopalong : BOYD
4. Hirt and Pacino : ALS
5. Stimulates : FUELS
6. Israeli port : ACRE
7. Certain critics : REVIEWERS
8. Bottom-of-the-letter abbr. : ENC
9. Mom or Dad : PARENT
10. Tedder's chore : SCATTERING
11. Swiss town or river : ORBE
12. Jumble : MESS
14. European forest denizen : ROEDEER
18. Consumer : USER
19. Roof overhangs : EAVES
24. Escort to a seat: Slang : USH
26. Highway sign : EATS
27. Thank-you-___ (bump) : MAAM
28. The British ___ : ISLES
29. "___ Son," Sondheim song : THEMILLERS
30. Scoff : SNEER
31. Income, in Cannes : RENTE
34. Hamlet, Prince ___ : OFDENMARK
36. Stravinsky : IGOR
38. Related : TOLD
41. Abhorred : LOATHED
44. Belgian cultural center : LIEGE
45. Spinner : TOP
48. Annie of songdom : LAURIE
50. Lunchtime : NOON
52. Curves of ships' planks : SNYES
53. Desire : WISH
54. Last word of Missouri's motto : ESTO
56. Against : ANTI
58. Bengal's milieu : ASIA
59. Bacon part : RIND
60. Former constellation : ARGO
62. R.M.N. and G.R.F., once : VPS
63. C.I.A. predecessor : OSS

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