It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker. Please consider supporting our site by purchasing an account.
Judith C. Dalton
Judith C. Dalton

CITY FEATHERS

New York Times, Sunday, March 28, 1993

Author: Judith C. Dalton
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 146, Blocks: 78, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { F J X Z }, Scrabble score: 500 (avg 1.38)
Open Squares: 107, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 11, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 13
Judith C. Dalton has 8 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
1
A
2
L
3
A
4
N
5
S
6
A
7
H
8
L
9
C
10
E
11
L
12
A
13
A
14
M
15
I
16
D
17
O
18
L
19
S
I
N
O
20
A
L
E
E
21
H
A
I
L
22
D
E
C
E
N
T
23
H
A
N
N
24
I
B
A
L
D
25
E
A
G
L
E
26
E
L
E
C
T
S
27
E
R
A
S
E
R
28
P
A
S
T
E
L
29
I
N
T
R
A
30
T
R
E
31
E
32
S
T
R
E
33
A
M
34
S
T
35
A
36
T
37
O
38
S
O
39
S
40
E
41
T
A
E
42
M
B
43
A
44
S
45
U
L
E
46
C
H
A
P
47
P
48
A
Q
U
A
I
L
49
A
E
R
I
E
50
R
E
A
51
H
A
L
52
L
I
S
L
E
53
S
54
I
G
N
O
R
A
55
K
T
S
56
A
R
I
57
V
E
R
58
E
N
59
G
60
S
E
R
G
E
61
C
E
T
E
62
M
A
C
O
N
D
63
O
R
64
O
65
S
T
E
A
L
66
P
L
Y
E
R
67
D
U
E
S
68
S
E
L
69
I
70
O
L
A
71
A
72
P
73
L
U
M
74
T
75
E
76
E
H
E
E
77
L
O
G
A
N
78
N
79
E
80
T
81
B
R
A
N
82
B
E
L
L
E
83
S
84
K
I
85
L
Y
S
A
T
E
86
L
O
N
87
P
R
O
P
A
N
88
E
89
I
S
90
S
E
I
91
I
T
E
92
E
N
C
93
H
E
M
A
N
94
N
95
E
W
P
O
R
T
96
O
L
A
N
97
S
T
A
98
D
E
A
S
99
T
R
I
S
H
100
M
S
S
101
T
O
S
102
S
103
T
O
104
R
105
E
R
O
106
O
107
M
108
R
I
109
T
E
110
T
111
R
A
112
A
L
E
S
113
I
114
A
115
E
U
C
116
L
117
I
118
D
119
A
120
M
E
L
I
A
121
C
U
L
P
E
P
E
122
R
E
G
R
I
N
E
123
H
A
R
M
O
N
124
O
L
E
O
125
S
O
O
T
126
O
N
C
E
127
S
O
N
A
N
T
128
I
S
N
T
129
O
N
E
S
130
N
E
A
R
© 1993, The New York TimesNo. 15,846
Across Down
1. Poet Seeger : ALAN
5. Mort from Montreal : SAHL
9. He wrote "The Hive" : CELA
13. Compound used as a photographic developer : AMIDOL
19. Chinese: Comb. form : SINO
20. Nautical command : ALEE
21. Greeting for Clinton : HAIL
22. Proper and fitting : DECENT
23. Missouri bird? : HANNIBALDEAGLE
26. Opts : ELECTS
27. Utensil on a pencil : ERASER
28. An anagram for staple : PASTEL
29. Within: Prefix : INTRA
30. Catalpa or ceiba : TREE
32. Gulf ___ system : STREAM
34. Census fig. : STAT
37. Satellite letters: 1962-75 : OSO
39. Stiff hairs : SETAE
42. Gabon's Prime Minister and family : MBAS
45. Rubber tree : ULE
46. New York bird? : CHAPPAQUAIL
49. John Denver album : AERIE
50. Penn Station builder : REA
51. Film producer Wallis : HAL
52. Cotton thread : LISLE
53. Madam, in Milano : SIGNORA
55. Gold measures: Abbr. : KTS
56. "Cry Me ___," Arthur Hamilton song : ARIVER
58. Sch. course : ENG
60. Conductor Koussevitzky : SERGE
61. Group of badgers : CETE
62. Georgia bird? : MACONDOR
64. Bony : OSTEAL
66. Trades man, e.g. : PLYER
67. Club receipts : DUES
68. A seasoning, in Savoie : SEL
69. City ENE of Wichita : IOLA
71. " . . . thumb, and pulled out ___" : APLUM
74. Titter : TEEHEE
77. Utah bird? : LOGANNET
81. Grain husk : BRAN
82. Outlaw Starr : BELLE
83. Perform a wedeln : SKI
85. Result of gradual decline of a disease : LYSATE
86. Actor Chaney : LON
87. A flammable gas : PROPANE
89. Japanese immigrant to the U.S. : ISSEI
91. Suffix with Adam or Edom : ITE
92. Reference bk. : ENC
93. Macho male : HEMAN
94. Rhode Island bird? : NEWPORTOLAN
97. R.M.N.'s first V.P. : STA
98. Lynn ___, top bridge player : DEAS
99. Actress Van Devere : TRISH
100. Pub. co. pileup : MSS
101. Fling : TOSS
103. Moment-of-truth man : TORERO
106. Ahab's father : OMRI
109. Aquarium fish : TETRA
112. Fortified city in Gaul : ALESIA
115. Great Greek geometrician : EUCLID
119. Fielding novel : AMELIA
121. Virginia bird? : CULPEPEREGRINE
123. Actor in TV's "Reasonable Doubts" : HARMON
124. Butterine : OLEO
125. Lampblack : SOOT
126. As soon as : ONCE
127. Voiced : SONANT
128. Berlin's "Say It ___ So" : ISNT
129. Eleven pair : ONES
130. Up close : NEAR
1. "That ___ is, so was he made": Bridges : ASHE
2. Fabricator : LIAR
3. Held or Neagle : ANNA
4. Continuous : NONSTOP
5. Buffalo hockey pro : SABRE
6. S.E.C. member : ALA
7. Hands : HELP
8. A rival of Hera : LEDA
9. Certain items of tangible property : CHATTELS
10. On pins and needles : EAGER
11. City NNE of Paris : LILLE
12. Collier's cooler : ALE
13. Yemeni capital : ADEN
14. Dissolve : MELT
15. Bakery workers : ICERS
16. Illinois bird? : DECATURKEY
17. Can. province : ONT
18. They oversee sgts. : LTS
24. Comparative ending : IER
25. Test, in Tours : ESSAI
29. Bitter disagreement : IMBROGLIO
31. Brit. courtesy titles : ESQS
33. Supreme Egyptian god : AMENRA
35. Building wing : ALETTE
36. Madison Ave. come-on : TEASER
37. "From the Terrace" author : OHARA
38. Of a Frankish people : SALIC
40. Noted Swiss mathematician: 1707-83 : EULER
41. Captured, in poesy : TAEN
43. River at Leeds : AIRE
44. Cousteau's milieu : SEA
46. Epithet for Samuel Johnson : CHAM
47. Full assembly : PLENUM
48. "___ la poupée," Offenbach song : AIRDE
49. Author-scenarist James ___ : AGEE
54. Fibers for carpets : ISTLES
57. Form of black magic : VODUN
59. Land of plenty : GOSHEN
61. Close-knit groups : CLANS
63. Benign swellings : OSTEOMATA
65. Bishopric : SEE
66. "___, Sam" : PLAYIT
70. Cheesecake viewer : OGLER
71. Most capable : ABLEST
72. Immediately : PRONTO
73. Pennsylvania bird? : LANCASTERN
75. Rio Grande city : ELPASO
76. Verve : ELAN
77. Speech impediments : LISPS
78. A human score : NAILS
79. Kett and James : ETTAS
80. Adolescent : TEEN
82. Fonda's role in "Klute" : BREE
84. New Zealand bird : KIWI
87. Pres. Wilson was one : PHD
88. Warehouse : ENTREPOT
90. London film center : SOHO
95. Irregular : EROSE
96. Xi follower : OMICRON
102. Freedom March city : SELMA
104. Actor Julia and a Castro : RAULS
105. Glasgow or Goodman : ELLEN
107. Encounters : MEETS
108. Bokhara or Tuzla : RUG
110. Noun-forming suffix : TION
111. Rodomontade : RANT
113. ___ facto : IPSO
114. Long time period : AEON
116. Occupation : LINE
117. Quechuan : INCA
118. Does, e.g. : DEER
119. Cries of delight : AHS
120. "___ II," DeLillo novel : MAO
121. Peaceful, in Pau : COI
122. Caviar : ROE

Answer summary: 13 unique to this puzzle, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

Found bugs or have suggestions?

Previous puzzle | Next puzzle