New York Times, Saturday, February 20, 1982

Author: Bert Rosenfield
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { J K Q }, Scrabble score: 280 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 3, XRef: 0
Bert Rosenfield has 60 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. He played Pasteur : MUNI
5. ___, Baker, Charlie : ABLE
9. Aglets : TAGS
13. Neroli : ORANGEOIL
15. He painted "Clair de Lune" : DUPRE
16. Prepare a data card : PERFORATE
17. Deport : EXPEL
18. Miss Sweeney of "Anything Goes" : RENO
19. Hebrew letter : MEM
21. Monogram of "The Nun of Amherst" : EED
22. Have ___ (watch out) : ACARE
24. Words of interest : PRIMERATE
27. Macadamia, e.g. : NUT
28. Yellow or White : SEA
29. Emulates Aiken's Senlin : ARISES
30. Zwei follower : DREI
32. 72, usually : PAR
33. More precise : NICER
34. Hammer home : REITERATE
37. Dig find : SHARD
39. Masterson : BAT
40. Harbor vessel : SCOW
44. First-year headgear : BEANIE
45. Milieu for curlers who are hurlers : ICE
46. Salt Lake City athlete : UTE
47. Use a certain route in a dispute : ARBITRATE
49. A Davis : BETTE
51. Sweet age, to Sulla : XVI
52. B.&O. and D.L.&W. : RYS
53. Mosel tributary : SAAR
54. Boxer's prize : TITLE
56. Spread through : PENETRATE
61. "Maria ___," 1933 song : ELENA
62. Not subtle or refined : ELEMENTAL
63. Warren Beatty film : REDS
64. Himmler, for one : NAZI
65. Like some sitcoms : SEXY
1. Item wielded by a char : MOP
2. Suffix with press : URE
3. What Chaucer's pilgrims do : NARRATE
4. Imply's opposite, in a way : INFER
5. Baltic island : AERO
6. Nile green : BOA
7. Sozzled : LIT
8. Plastic resin : ELEMI
9. Wear for the maître d' : TUX
10. Do a Chamberlain : APPEASE
11. One in the Kennedy crowd : GREETER
12. He wrote "The Seven Lively Arts" : SELDES
14. Away : GONE
15. Punitive mark : DEMERIT
20. Debouch : EMANATE
22. Furthermore : AND
23. Vile one : CUR
24. Bog product : PEAT
25. Tangy snack : RAREBIT
26. Elmer and Grantland : RICES
28. Long, thin and angular : SPIDERY
31. Apt rhyme for Bani : IRANI
35. Its capital is Asmara : ERITREA
36. NASCAR event : RACE
37. Obsequious : SERVILE
38. In costume : HABITED
41. Cheap : CUTRATE
42. "Master Melvin" : OTT
43. Minuscule : WEE
44. A Union hero at Gettysburg : BAXTER
48. Western ski center : ASPEN
49. Lessen : BATE
50. Wins bread : EARNS
53. Turnpike rig : SEMI
55. Highway divs. : LNS
57. Guidonian note : ELA
58. Gris or Blanc follower : NEZ
59. Strain : TAX
60. English cathedral city : ELY

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