New York Times, Saturday, April 5, 1986

Author:Peter G. Snow
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 29, Avg Word Len: 5.44, Missing: { F J K Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 266 (avg 1.36)
Open Squares: 84, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0
Peter G. Snow has 29 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1986, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Winged : ALATED
7. W.W. II rifles : GARANDS
14. Rock group : ALABAMA
15. A Van Buren : ABIGAIL
16. Rosie, e.g. : RIVETER
17. Obtain : RECEIVE
18. Org. for periodontists : ADA
19. Dignify : ENNOBLE
21. Actor Chaney : LON
22. Carried away: Slang : GAGA
24. Sups : DINES
25. Enclose : GIRD
26. He wrote "I Can't Sleep" : ODETS
28. Browning's "___ Bratts" : NED
29. Away : HENCE
30. Reserves : NESTEGGS
32. Word with fish or war : MONGER
33. Type of grape : IVES
34. Annina in "La Traviata" : MAID
35. Christie's "The ___ Adversary" : SECRET
38. Calorie collectors' courses : DESSERTS
42. Pallid : ASHEN
43. "___ the ramparts . . . " : OER
44. Word in Fla.'s motto : TRUST
45. Chills : ICES
46. Emulates Thraso : BRAGS
48. El Nath, e.g. : STAR
49. Hood's exit : LAM
50. Blushes : REDDENS
52. Part of the U.K. : IRE
53. Serial section : EPISODE
55. Cole or Wood : NATALIE
57. Dweller : RESIDER
58. Least refined : CRUDEST
59. Playground equipment : SEESAWS
60. Firstborn one : ELDEST
1. Surveying instrument : ALIDADE
2. Washings, in hospitals : LAVAGES
3. Beame or Fortas : ABE
4. London gallery : TATE
5. Correct, as a text : EMEND
6. Articles repaired by a seamstress : DARNINGS
7. Clothed : GARBED
8. Walter and I. W. : ABELS
9. Grantland of sportswriting fame : RICE
10. Ripen : AGE
11. Carpenter's activity : NAILING
12. Tidbit for Rona Barrett : DIVORCE
13. Like most models : SLENDER
14. French poet-novelist : ARAGON
20. Change for a five : ONES
23. Dresses : ATTIRES
25. Masculine and feminine : GENDERS
27. Number of Roman hills : SEVEN
29. Lift : HOIST
31. Contract : GET
32. More, in Madrid : MAS
34. Union : MERGENCE
35. Some boats : SAILERS
36. One who got away : ESCAPEE
37. Shift : CHEMISE
38. Fearing's "___ Reckoning" : DEAD
39. Dark red minerals : RUTILES
40. Follower of Nicholas or Peter : TSARIST
41. Easy or Fleet : STREET
43. Mandates : ORDERS
46. Dampen : BEDEW
47. Traffic jam : SNARL
50. Nile island : RODA
51. Scantling : STUD
54. Amy, to Chip : SIS
56. He wrote "The County Chairman" : ADE

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