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Robert H. Wolfe
Robert H. Wolfe

PUTTING PEOPLE ON THE MAP

New York Times, Sunday, March 24, 1985

Author: Robert H. Wolfe
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 84, Avg Word Len: 5.10, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 526 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 124, Cheaters: 11, FITB: 12, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 8
Robert H. Wolfe has 23 pre-Shortz puzzles and 60 Shortz Era puzzles in our database.
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© 1985, The New York TimesNo. 12,920
Across Down
1. Fellow : CHAP
5. Teutonic god : WODAN
10. Of a region : AREAL
15. Son of Issachar : JOB
18. Complete: Comb. form : HOLO
19. Heath : ERICA
20. Punish : AMERCE
21. Canzone : ODE
22. Plant of the legume family : ANIL
23. Baseball brothers : ALOUS
24. A state of Mexico : SONORA
25. Brooder : HEN
26. Actor on a New York river? : ROCKUPONTHEHUDSON
29. Ayr negative : NAE
30. Dreyfus-trial subject : TREASON
31. Serried : DENSE
32. Ouphe : ELF
34. Snuggeries : DENS
35. Task : STINT
37. Hamlets : DORPS
40. Barracks bigwigs : MAJORS
43. Cabal : PLOT
44. Cries of surprise : AHS
47. A leap, in fencing : VOLT
48. Borders : ABUTS
49. Shoot the breeze : RAP
50. "___ in thy scutcheon . . . ": Cervantes : ABLOT
52. Medical suffix : EMIA
53. Brooks and Ferrer : MELS
54. Michigan actor? : ROBERTOFLANSING
57. He schooled Samuel : ELI
58. Ed or Leon : AMES
60. Period from B.C. to TV : EON
61. Queen of fiction : ELLERY
62. Red dye : EOSIN
64. Reproach : BLAME
66. Election group : SLATE
67. Outcome : EFFECT
68. Homophone for a libation : AIL
69. A result of nebulization : MIST
70. Swathe : LAP
73. Paradisiacal Jeannie? : BARBARAFROMEDEN
77. ___-mountain (leopard) : CATA
78. A hit song in 1943 : AMOR
79. N.Y. city : OLEAN
80. Kier : VAT
81. Dead duck : GONER
82. Sequential notes : REMI
83. Sydney is its cap. : NSW
84. Sequence of ecological stages : SERE
85. Awaited judgment : PENDED
86. Imam's world : ISLAM
88. Ahead of, on the briny : AFORE
90. Liberal group : ARTS
91. Ace : ONE
92. Former Yankee slugger : MARIS
94. Penitence : REMORSE
98. Spanish nobleman : DON
100. Ohio politician? : GROVEROFCLEVELAND
105. Venerable : OLD
106. Give oxygen to : AERATE
107. Unique : ALONE
108. April 13, e.g. : IDES
109. Psyche part : EGO
110. One of the Antilles : LESSER
111. Puerto ___ : RICAN
112. Where sudd grows : NILE
113. Emulated Edwin Moses : RAN
114. He wrote "I Can't Sleep": 1936 : ODETS
115. Tearful : MOIST
116. Branchia : GILL
1. Outline : CHART
2. Credit : HONOR
3. Gobel's wife : ALICE
4. Cloth patterns : POLKADOTS
5. Bola and bolo : WEAPONS
6. Acrylic fabrics : ORLONS
7. A lord in "The Winter's Tale" : DION
8. ___ above (better than) : ACUT
9. La Salle contemporary : NASH
10. Bottom line : AMOUNT
11. Cleaves : RENDS
12. Irregular : EROSE
13. Kind of phobia : ACRO
14. Inclined : LEANED
15. Hibernian actor? : JOHNFROMIRELAND
16. Concert halls : ODEA
17. Nota ___ : BENE
20. Blanched : ASHEN
27. Addicts : USERS
28. Make the copy right : EDIT
33. Wimbledon rout : LOVESET
35. Slack part of a sail : SLAB
36. Small shark : TOPE
38. Friend of Trajan and Tacitus : PLINY
39. Part of a hippocerf : STAG
40. Russell role : MAME
41. Co-inventor of cordite : ABEL
42. British actress? : JULIEFROMLONDON
43. Nol-___ (drop a suit) : PROS
44. A loser to Franklin : ALF
45. ___-one (golf thrills) : HOLESIN
46. Booths : STALLS
50. Monad : ATOM
51. Vomer, e.g. : BONE
54. Certain cars : RENTALS
55. Sphere : REALM
56. Cartographer's abbr. : NLAT
58. On the Andaman : ASEA
59. One-millionth of a meter : MICRON
63. "Monty Python's Life ___" : OFBRIAN
64. Theodosia Goodman : BARA
65. Alex Karras, once : LION
67. Famed chair designer : EAMES
69. Boundary : METE
71. To ___ (exactly) : ATEE
72. Cowboy's pal : PARD
73. Adriatic port : BARI
74. Select group, with "the" : FEW
75. Always : EVER
76. "Where Eagles ___": MacLean : DARE
77. Comforter's activity : CONSOLING
81. "___ to the Church . . . " : GETME
84. Just fair : SOSO
85. Obviate : PREVENT
87. Kind of maniac : MEGALO
88. Crests : ARETES
89. An incendiary : FIRER
90. Punta ___, city in Chile : ARENAS
92. Common code : MORSE
93. Salt's "Halt!" : AVAST
95. They're found in circles : RADII
96. Fishhook attachment : SNELL
97. Lincoln's inadequate cousin : EDSEL
98. Energumen : DOER
99. Kafka character : OLGA
101. Oboist's purchase : REED
102. Granger's quarters : FARM
103. Award for TV commercials : CLIO
104. Places : LOCI

Answer summary: 7 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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