New York Times, Saturday, December 11, 1982

Author: William Canine
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 292 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 57, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 8, XRef: 1
William Canine has 65 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pottery maker at Hano : HOPI
5. King spared by Saul : AGAG
9. Youth org. : BSA
12. ___ marché (cheaply): Fr. : ABON
13. Shaker atop a shako : PLUME
14. Galley gear : OARS
16. Role for Robin Williams : MORK
17. "The Raggedy Man" author : RILEY
18. Further : ALSO
19. Suite-symphony intermediate : SERENATA
21. Homily : SERMON
23. Teraph : IDOL
24. Garage job : GREASING
26. ___ Marino, Calif. : SAN
28. Prefix with term or way : MID
30. Coy : ARCH
31. Chimney corner : INGLENOOK
34. Seven: Comb. form : HEPTA
38. Word with high or deep : KNEE
39. Wandered : ERRED
41. Mythological hawk : ARES
42. Grable's James : HARRY
44. David, John or Keith of films : CARRADINE
46. Goya's "La ___ Desnuda" : MAJA
48. Blubber : SOB
49. Letter from Piraeus : ETA
50. ___ Blixen (Isak Dinesen) : BARONESS
54. Unites : WEDS
56. ___ at (ignores) : BLINKS
57. Settings for musical stories : CANTATAS
61. Ravelings : LINT
62. Soupçon : TRACE
64. TV-commercial award : CLIO
65. Trumpet-shaped lily : SEGO
66. Auriculate : EARED
67. Large number : HERD
68. Penultimate mo. : NOV
69. Men in stripes : REFS
70. "The ___ have it" : AYES
1. Tappers in shacks : HAMS
2. Woodwind : OBOE
3. Child's bowl : PORRINGER
4. Signed : INKED
5. Landed : ALIT
6. ___ Archipelago : GULAG
7. Soul, in Sedan : AME
8. Spring in Yellowstone Park : GEYSER
9. Falstaff's favorite tavern : BOARSHEAD
10. Ragout : SALMI
11. Torch's crime : ARSON
13. Pecan confection : PRALINE
15. Trifling sum : SONG
20. City on Norton Sound : NOME
22. Anagram for ache : EACH
25. Yard squad in autumn : RAKERS
26. Hindu "disciple" : SIKH
27. Soprano Moffo : ANNA
29. Biblical helper of the poor : DORCAS
32. Great Russian poet: 1814–41 : LERMONTOV
33. Sixty minutes in Milano : ORA
35. Author of "The Good Companions" : PRIESTLEY
36. Canopy : TENT
37. In Poseidon's realm : ASEA
40. What Hero did in sorrow : DROWNED
43. American, to a Brit : YANK
45. Help a hood : ABET
47. Fool : JESTER
50. Import abbr. : BBLS
51. " . . . in tears amid the ___ corn" : ALIEN
52. Famous drummer : RINGO
53. Muffler : SCARF
55. Villa for 32 Down : DACHA
58. Tops : ACES
59. Yorkshire river : AIRE
60. Does lawn work : SODS
63. Arctic explorer : RAE

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