New York Times, Thursday, April 3, 1986

Author:William Canine
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { H Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 292 (avg 1.58)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 2
William Canine has 65 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1986, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Gusted : BLEW
5. A French prime minister in the 30's : LAVAL
10. Part between two supports : SPAN
14. Italian coin : LIRA
15. Identical : ALIKE
16. Jason's ship : ARGO
17. Landed : ALIT
18. Radio, TV, etc. : MEDIA
19. Charges : FEES
20. Bostonian's favorite : BAKEDBEANS
22. Vortex : EDDY
23. Showed concern : CARED
24. R.E.L.'s nation : CSA
25. Tot's favorite : PEANUTBUTTER
32. Jejune : VAPID
35. Lend ___ (hearken) : ANEAR
36. Wrath : IRE
37. In a tizzy : AGOG
38. Supplementary : ADDED
39. Rich source : LODE
40. It brings April glowers : IRS
41. He wrote "Loving" : GREEN
42. Twofold : BINAL
43. Suitable companion for 25 Across : RASPBERRYJAM
46. Aurora, to Athenians : EOS
47. Elevate : ERECT
50. Opposite of lip service : SASS
52. Suitable companion for 20 Across : BROWNBREAD
57. Osculate : KISS
58. Showed again : RERAN
59. Writer Chase : ILKA
60. ___ fixe : IDEE
61. Empty : INANE
62. G, F or C : CLEF
63. Bustles : PADS
64. Civet's relative : GENET
65. "Genghis Khan, Immanuel ___" : KANT
1. Gossip : BLAB
2. Blooming shrub : LILAC
3. Writer Mann : ERIKA
4. Capybara : WATERPIG
5. Greek letter : LAMBDA
6. Out of the wind : ALEE
7. Pitcher Blue : VIDA
8. Consanguineous : AKIN
9. Where cows browse : LEAS
10. Most secure : SAFEST
11. Rapacity : PREDATION
12. Matured : AGED
13. Inquisitive, to a fault : NOSY
21. Action : DEED
24. Mongrel : CUR
26. George of filmdom : NADER
27. Word with hand or foot : UNDER
28. Itty-bitty : TEENY
29. March's "The ___ Seed" : BAD
30. "Ring" goddess : ERDA
31. Stagger : REEL
32. Squirrel fur : VAIR
33. Site of a great tomb : AGRA
34. Mad or had : POSSESSED
38. "Where the Boys ___," 1960 film : ARE
39. Lear creation : LIMERICK
41. Famed literary initials : GBS
42. Sting : BARB
44. Horse-opera groups : POSSES
45. Female donkey : JENNET
48. Inner part of a temple : CELLA
49. Already occupied, as a seat : TAKEN
50. Overlook : SKIP
51. "Celeste ___" : AIDA
52. Marine prison : BRIG
53. Poet Sully Prudhomme : RENE
54. Algerian port : ORAN
55. Opposite of wax : WANE
56. Cuckoo : DAFT

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