Nancy Nicholson Joline
Nancy Nicholson Joline 

New York Times, Thursday, March 27, 1986

Author:Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.74, Missing: { J Q V W X Z }, Scrabble score: 290 (avg 1.57)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 0
Nancy Nicholson Joline has 61 pre-Shortz puzzles and 48 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1986, The New York Times
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1. Roman à ___ : CLEF
5. Matted lock of wool : DAG
8. Pluto : HADES
13. Circle dance : HORA
14. Patron saint of Norway : OLAF
16. Some Pa. Mennonites : AMISH
17. Similar : AKIN
18. Word with resin or graph : OLEO
19. Much, to Menotti : MOLTO
20. Famous London street : PICCADILLY
23. Gehrig or Costello : LOU
24. Mickey Rooney's original surname : YULE
25. Break a code : DECRYPT
28. Invite : BID
31. Composer Rorem : NED
32. Like some seals : EARED
33. " . . . tale told by an ___": Shak. : IDIOT
35. Archeological item : ARTIFACT
38. Brontë pseudonym : BELL
39. Karpov's forte : CHESS
41. O'Neill's mother : ELLA
42. ___ Islands, near Spain : BALEARIC
44. Acrylic fiber : ORLON
45. Trims : PARES
46. What a clairvoyant has : ESP
48. Football stat. : YDS
49. William and Harry : PRINCES
51. Jazzman Getz : STAN
53. Intl. sports group : IOC
54. A relish : PICCALILLI
59. Prods : POKES
62. Queen of Jordan : NOOR
63. Statesman Rusk : DEAN
64. Shoreline feature : INLET
65. Horror-film specialty : GORE
66. Fustian : RANT
67. Describing a bikini : TEENY
68. Cookbook amts. : PTS
69. Therefore, to Tiberius : ERGO
1. Fellow : CHAP
2. Norse god : LOKI
3. ___ Blair (Orwell) : ERIC
4. "___ Free," Robbins ballet : FANCY
5. Yankee or dipsy follower : DOODLE
6. Connected : ALLIED
7. A Scottish Highlander : GAEL
8. Cut of meat : HAM
9. Latin I word : AMO
10. Waste time : DILLYDALLY
11. Bar : ESTOP
12. Conclamation : SHOUT
15. Filing-cabinet items : FOLDERS
21. Margaret, to Charles : AUNT
22. Innisfree poet : YEATS
26. Le dernier ___ : CRI
27. Allude (to) : REFER
28. Kind of lettuce : BIBB
29. Thought : IDEA
30. Deli item : DILLPICKLE
34. Upstate N.Y. city : OLEAN
35. Former nuclear org. : AEC
36. Dolt : CLOD
37. Whips : TANS
39. Grow like ivy : CREEP
40. Audience reaction, at times : HISSING
43. Pendulum's path : ARC
44. Iridescent mineral : OPAL
46. Accompany : ESCORT
47. Gapes : STARES
49. Larklike songbird : PIPIT
50. Arledge of ABC : ROONE
52. Kol ___ (atonement prayer) : NIDRE
55. Fly the ___ : COOP
56. "The Owl and the Pussycat" poet : LEAR
57. Director Fritz : LANG
58. "___ each life . . . " : INTO
60. Suffix with velvet : EEN
61. Pen : STY

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