New York Times, Wednesday, February 10, 1982

Author: C. J. Angio
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 288 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 79, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 11, XRef: 2, Spans: 3
C. J. Angio has 93 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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1. Start of Moore's Yule poem : TWAS
5. ___ eclipse : LUNAR
10. Dangerfield product : JOKE
14. Watercourse, usually dry : WADI
15. Cinched : ONICE
16. "___ the Mood for Love" : IMIN
17. With 34 Across, timid soul's declaration to a friend : IVEDECIDEDTHATI
20. Cause to be : GENERATE
21. Equipped : GEARED
22. Ceremony : RITE
23. Attired : CLAD
24. Calm : SERENE
27. Scarfs or snakes : BOAS
28. Pacino and Hirt : ALS
31. Kazan : ELIA
32. Former French president : FAURE
33. Fled : RAN
34. See 17 Across : WILLBEASSERTIVE
38. Summer in Savoie : ETE
39. Part of a tennis court : ALLEY
40. First son, often : HEIR
41. "The Bridge of San Luis ___" : REY
42. Have an effect : TELL
43. Took the rind off : PEELED
45. Mauna Loa's output : LAVA
46. Leander's lover : HERO
47. Money in Madrid : PESETA
50. Where Burgoyne surrendered: 1777 : SARATOGA
54. Timid soul's afterthought : ISTHATOKWITHYOU
56. Greek portico : STOA
57. Bay window : ORIEL
58. Verve : ELAN
59. Mr. in Hamburg : HERR
60. Tears asunder : RENDS
61. Sydney suburb : RYDE
1. Branchlet : TWIG
2. Tulane's Green ___ : WAVE
3. Gulf of ___, Arabian Sea arm : ADEN
4. Stellar : SIDEREAL
5. Find, as on a map : LOCATE
6. Fuse : UNITE
7. Group of pheasants : NIDE
8. Expert : ACE
9. "And the rocket's ___ . . . " : REDGLARE
10. Crusade : JIHAD
11. Actor Sharif : OMAR
12. Item raised by Franklin : KITE
13. Camelot lass : ENID
18. Innisfail : ERIN
19. Puzzling problem : TEASER
23. Bob ___, Hall of Fame hoopster : COUSY
24. Drain : SEWER
25. Upper crust : ELITE
26. He wrote "Little Orphant Annie" : RILEY
27. Canton or city on the Rhine : BASEL
28. Sprite in "The Tempest" : ARIEL
29. " ___ en Rose" : LAVIE
30. Bergen puppet : SNERD
32. Part song : FALLA
35. Sweet potato : BATATA
36. To the British, this is a lift : ELEVATOR
37. Turn ___ cheek : THEOTHER
43. What Pauline endured in silents : PERILS
44. Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
45. Composer of "The Merry Widow" : LEHAR
46. Hemmed and ___ : HAWED
47. Tut-tut! : PISH
48. Noble Italian family : ESTE
49. Type of battery: Abbr. : STOR
50. Kind of diver : SKIN
51. D'___ Carte : OYLY
52. Prod into action : GOAD
53. Character in Ibsen's "Pillars of Society" : AUNE
55. Pay dirt : ORE

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