New York Times, Tuesday, March 19, 1985

Author: Arthur W. Palmer
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.82, Missing: { J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 246 (avg 1.34)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 6, XRef: 0
Arthur W. Palmer has 38 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.
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© 1985, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Churl : BOOR
5. Carries into a carrier : LADES
10. Back of the neck : NAPE
14. Karenina or Christie : ANNA
15. Tilted, as the Titanic : ALIST
16. Musical work : OPUS
17. N.B.A. team from N.J. : NETS
18. "Oro y ___," Montana motto : PLATA
19. Camper's gear : TENT
20. Hypocritical sorrow : CROCODILETEARS
23. Latin-lesson word : AMO
24. Countryside, to Cicero : RUS
25. Avocados : ALLIGATORPEARS
33. Twosome : DUO
34. Autocrat : TSAR
35. Peephole or loophole : EYELET
36. Saharan : ARID
38. Capek classic : RUR
40. Weak : LAME
41. Sign of affection : CARESS
44. Biddeford's neighbor : SACO
47. Silent : MUM
48. Largest publications : ELEPHANTFOLIOS
51. ___ mode : ALA
52. Opposite of pos. : NEG
53. Where trials proceed by leaps and bounds : KANGAROOCOURTS
61. Employ : HIRE
62. What a mob takes a rat for : ARIDE
63. On : ATOP
64. ___ mater : ALMA
65. Type of boat : MOTOR
66. Wolfe of fiction : NERO
67. Shine : STAR
68. Dark-complexioned, in poesy : SWART
69. Prin.'s aide : ASST
1. Bench for Burger : BANC
2. Lollapalooza : ONER
3. Aware of : ONTO
4. Imp : RASCAL
5. Chihuahua and Pomeranian : LAPDOGS
6. "___ Know," Jim Webb song : ALLI
7. Channel changer : DIAL
8. Inlet : ESTERO
9. Prestige : STATURE
10. ___ bene : NOTA
11. Mimic : APER
12. Evokers of groans : PUNS
13. Part of i.e. : EST
21. Leave out : OMIT
22. Make out : ESPY
25. Of the ear or air : AURAL
26. French area, rich in coal : LOIRE
27. Rhine feeder : AAR
28. Reliance : TRUST
29. Slippery one : EEL
30. "Remember the ___" : ALAMO
31. Co-founder of Rome : REMUS
32. Check : STEM
33. European fish : DACE
37. Airport abbr. : DEP
39. W.W. II heroes : RAF
42. Type of rug : SHAG
43. Compliments : SALAAMS
45. Pops event : CONCERT
46. Margarine : OLEO
49. Short of breadth : NARROW
50. Harmless lizard : IGUANA
53. Scot's garb : KILT
54. "Aeneid" opening : ARMA
55. Kind of beer : NEAR
56. City on Kyushu : OITA
57. Aroma : ODOR
58. Hwys. : RTES
59. Rocky peaks : TORS
60. What Lady Macbeth curses : SPOT
61. Owns : HAS

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