New York Times, Tuesday, February 4, 1986

Author: Judith Perry
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { B H J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 266 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Judith Perry has 22 pre-Shortz puzzles and 3 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1986, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Isinglass : MICA
5. Physique : FRAME
10. Surrounded by : AMID
14. Athletic field : OVAL
15. Capital of Nigeria : LAGOS
16. Uncommon : RARE
17. Legislative expert : PARLIAMENTARIAN
20. Gives the nod to : ENDORSES
21. Baby tender : NANNY
22. Leave slumberland : WAKE
23. Parts of journeys : LEGS
25. Memorable English actor : ARLISS
28. Toadfish : SAPO
29. Nick and Nora's Asta, e.g. : PET
32. Unskilled laborer : PEON
33. Malayan ungulate : TAPIR
34. French soul : AME
35. Forecast : PROGNOSTICATION
39. Swedish county : LAN
40. Hastily, à la Lanier : AMAIN
41. Stake : ANTE
42. Naval off. : ENS
43. Weary : TIRE
44. "___ and evening star": Tennyson : SUNSET
46. Long-run Broadway musical : CATS
47. Eyetooth : FANG
48. Type of flu : ASIAN
51. Inclination : TENDENCY
55. Daily health regimes : CONSTITUTIONALS
58. Trading center : MART
59. ___ talk (flattery) : SWEET
60. Corner : TREE
61. Fencing weapon : EPEE
62. Cousin of lichenous : MOSSY
63. Appendectomy memento : SCAR
1. Be despondent : MOPE
2. The Great or the Terrible : IVAN
3. Wag : CARD
4. Permitting : ALLOWING
5. Bottle-shaped containers : FLASKS
6. Ouida's real name : RAMEE
7. "Rock of ___" : AGES
8. My, in Metz : MON
9. N.Y. time : EST
10. Tapestry : ARRAS
11. Street or stream preceder : MAIN
12. Mideast trouble spot : IRAN
13. Disavow : DENY
18. Authors Levin and Wolfert : IRAS
19. Sweater material : ANGORA
23. Rabbit fur : LAPIN
24. Majestic; monumental : EPIC
25. Winesap, e.g. : APPLE
26. Showed a second time : RERAN
27. Diving birds : LOONS
28. Composer Erik ___ : SATIE
29. Take ___ (use care) : PAINS
30. Act the ham : EMOTE
31. Principle : TENET
33. Autocrats : TSARS
36. Swimming : NATANT
37. Leave out : OMIT
38. Divergences : TANGENTS
44. Soundness of mind : SANITY
45. Annul : UNDO
46. Social stratum : CASTE
47. Celebrations : FETES
48. Peak : ACME
49. TV offering : SOAP
50. As to : INRE
51. Calendar abbr. : TUES
52. Undercover cop : NARC
53. Durrell heroine : CLEA
54. Nieuport's river : YSER
56. Doctrine : ISM
57. Handed or fisted preceder : TWO

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