BROWSING

New York Times, Sunday, February 2, 1975

Author: Raymond F. Eisner
Editor: Will Weng
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 92, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 512 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 96, Cheaters: 20, FITB: 4, XRef: 3
Raymond F. Eisner has 36 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1975, The New York Times
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1. Love or hornet's : NEST
5. Andes survivors' story : ALIVE
10. Book about a V.P. : BURR
14. Dragon or pop : FLY
17. Cargo ship : OILER
19. European songbird : MAVIS
20. Winglike parts : ALAE
21. Undulate : WAVE
22. Dostoevsky subject : CRIME
23. French port : BREST
24. L.A. athletes : RAMS
25. Lined up : AROW
26. Inveigles : TEMPTS
28. Remains : ASHES
30. Red cocktail : MOLOTOV
32. String instrument : LUTE
34. Fiber knot : NEP
35. Traditional news spotter : NOSE
36. H.W. Beecher comment, with 96 Across : WHEREISHUMANNATURESO
45. Gift for a man : TIE
46. Nobody: Sp. : NADIE
47. Mulligan, for one : STEW
48. Betelgeuse : STAR
49. Single : UNAL
51. Queens athletes : METS
52. These: Sp. : ESTAS
55. Sharpen : HONE
56. Group spirit : MORALE
58. Pressure : STRESS
61. Jogs the memory : REMINDS
63. Jewish festival : SEDER
64. Sinn ___ : FEIN
65. Snafu : MIXUP
66. Manhattan ingredient : RYE
67. Author of 10 Across : GOREVIDAL
70. After H.S.T. : DDE
72. Smoking pipe : BRIAR
74. Old English moneys : ORAE
75. Zagreb native : CROAT
77. U.S. essayist : EMERSON
80. Horses, at times : SHYERS
82. Mooring rope : HAWSER
84. Piano theme classic : NOLA
85. Grass genus : STIPA
87. Common French verb : ETRE
89. O'Neill heroine Leeds : NINA
90. Of a poem : ODIC
91. Thomas or Condé : NAST
93. Essays : TRIES
95. Vane direction : ESE
96. See 36 Across : WEAKASINTHEBOOKSTORE
102. Tennis gear : NETS
103. High note : ELA
104. Ship, to poets : KEEL
105. Record players : STEREOS
108. Sawfish snout : SERRA
111. Travel-lecture standbys : SLIDES
115. Arlene : DAHL
116. Heart of fiction : PLOT
118. Additional : OTHER
120. Dodge : EVADE
121. Jewish month : ELUL
122. Turkish chamber : ODAH
123. Take care of : SEETO
124. Transmits : SENDS
125. Weekday: Abbr. : WED
126. Sleuth Wolfe : NERO
127. Handle : TREAT
128. Literary doings : TEAS
1. Night: Prefix : NOCT
2. Cork's place : EIRE
3. Svelte : SLIM
4. University in Phila. : TEMPLE
5. Envoy: Abbr. : AMB
6. Pasternak heroine : LARA
7. Currier's partner : IVES
8. Hindu deity : VISHNU
9. Respects : ESTEEMS
10. Sinister or Mitzvah : BAR
11. Son of Eshek : ULAM
12. H. H. Jackson novel : RAMONA
13. Put in a new category : RESLOT
14. Casino game : FARO
15. Ukrainian city : LVOV
16. Archer's wood : YEW
18. Come back to : RETURN
21. Best-seller about rabbits : WATERSHIPDOWN
27. Kind of trunk : STEAMER
29. Freshets : SPATES
31. Columbus campus : OSU
33. Plato's thinkings : EIDE
36. Skid-row figures : WINOS
37. Disciple : HEARER
38. Acts as a model : SITSFOR
39. She rated an "A" : HESTER
40. Cape : NESS
41. Canadian area: Abbr. : NWT
42. Thames town : ETON
43. Kind of paper or trap : SAND
44. Minerals : ORES
45. Card wool : TUM
50. Wilde woman : LADYBRACKNELL
53. Seed coat : ARIL
54. Film-rater's concern : SEX
57. Sly looks : LEERS
59. Meadow barley : RIE
60. Diplomat : ENVOY
62. Hindu dance gesture : MUDRA
65. Ormandy, for one : MAESTRO
67. Wolfe's Eugene ___ : GANT
68. Wrath : IRE
69. Venture : DARETO
71. Less taxing : EASIER
73. Hawaiian hawks : IOS
75. Gruyère, etc. : CHEESES
76. Preterit or present : TENSE
77. Word with paradise : ENOW
78. Fashion : MODE
79. Lamb's cover-up : ELIA
80. Short gaiter : SPAT
81. Botches up : HASHES
83. Scottish sailyard : RAE
86. "Jamaica ___" : INN
88. Egyptian tambourine : RIKK
92. Bony fish : TELEOST
94. Stone pillars : STELES
97. Chalice veil : AER
98. ___ the gas : STEPON
99. Tristram's beloved : ISOLDE
100. Trade : BARTER
101. Ridge near Jerusalem : OLIVET
105. Store-ad word : SALE
106. Dull sound : THUD
107. Fly high : SOAR
109. Korean name : RHEE
110. P.I. native : AETA
112. Actor Clark : DANE
113. Literature of Iceland : EDDA
114. Meeting: Abbr. : SESS
115. Moisture : DEW
117. Even if, for short : THO
119. Bosh : ROT

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