New York Times, Wednesday, February 20, 1985

Author:Mary S. Snyder
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 39, Avg Word Len: 4.77, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 268 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 0
Mary S. Snyder has 21 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1985, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Culinary conglomeration : HASH
5. Indian state : ASSAM
10. Additions to ltrs. : PSS
13. Moslem deity : ALLAH
15. Its capital is Valletta : MALTA
16. Inlet : RIA
17. Dough : MOOLA
18. Violently : AMAIN
19. Pt. or qt. : AMT
20. Time period : SPELL
21. Steno's words of rejection? : NOTMYTYPE
23. Repeatedly, to Milton : OFT
25. Kind of neckline : VEE
26. River to the Ubangi : UELE
27. Phrase for a touring stripper? : WASABROAD
31. Ancient, in poesy : OLDEN
32. Exist : ARE
33. Actor Mischa : AUER
34. Hosp. group : RNS
35. A sail : SPANKER
37. Acts properly : BEHAVES
41. Suffix with musket : EER
42. Disburden : EASE
43. Lunched : ATE
44. This may be hard to swallow : SWORD
47. Like a happy medium? : INATRANCE
49. Ship with a golden cargo : ARGO
50. Suburb of Liège : ANS
51. ___ Anne de Beaupré : STE
52. Substitute dentist's activity? : FILLINGIN
55. "___, thou art sick!": Blake : OROSE
59. Summer, to Zola : ETE
60. Lovable marsupial : KOALA
61. German pronoun : EINER
62. Painter ___ Borch : TER
63. Ethyl acetate : ESTER
64. Auld Clootie, in Dundee : SATAN
65. Parts of a cen. : YRS
66. Unkempt : SEEDY
67. Erudition : LORE
1. Some actors : HAMS
2. Unbalanced : ALOP
3. ___-eyed : SLOE
4. Shout on the hunt : HALLOA
5. To ___ (without exception) : AMAN
6. Rasputin's tea maker : SAMOVAR
7. Due to appear : SLATED
8. Once upon ___ : ATIME
9. Lots : MANY
10. Petitioned : PRAYED
11. Unaffected : SIMPLE
12. Lining fabric : SATEEN
14. Like a kooky cook? : HALFBAKED
22. Golden Hurricanes' home : TULSA
24. More faithful : TRUER
27. Lived : WAS
28. Humorist Bill ___: 1826–1903 : ARP
29. Yellow or Black : SEA
30. "___ the land . . . " : OER
31. Like an alert ballerina? : ONHERTOES
34. Naps : RESTS
36. Unsaturated alcohol : NEROL
37. Mary's pet's sound : BAA
38. Vacation vehicle : VAN
39. Catchall abbr. : ETC
40. Diocese : SEE
42. Stored grain : ENSILED
44. Kind of belt : SAFETY
45. Gide, e.g. : WRITER
46. Girl watchers : OGLERS
47. Opening for molten metal : INGATE
48. TV device : AERIAL
50. Win by ___ : ANOSE
53. Iconoscopes, for short : IKES
54. Dogpatch negative : NARY
56. Aware of : ONTO
57. Cooking direction : SEAR
58. Lake in Ireland : ERNE

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