New York Times, Wednesday, May 14, 1980

Author: Bette Sue Cohen
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { B Q V W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 278 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
Bette Sue Cohen has 41 pre-Shortz puzzles and 6 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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1. That filly : SHE
4. Outlaw or king : JAMES
9. Singer Coolidge : RITA
13. Albert ___, London : HALL
15. Practical : UTILE
16. Elbe feeder : ISER
17. "The More ___ of You" : ISEE
18. Decorated anew : REDID
19. Tiny stinger : GNAT
20. Sautéed : PANFRIED
22. " . . . ___ kissing cherries": Shak. : THOSE
23. Prestige : STATUS
24. Utmost position : LIMIT
27. Blue-ribbon prize : IST
28. Bewitched : ENAMORED
32. Outspoken : FRANK
35. Percussion instrument : GONG
36. Org. for defense : NATO
37. Great name in theater : LUNT
38. Spots on the Left Bank : CAFES
39. Latin student's secret aid : TROT
40. Restless yen : ITCH
41. Fine ___ : ARTS
42. Western film classic : SHANE
43. Inheritance of "the meek" : THEEARTH
45. West of Hollywood : MAE
46. Flexible : LITHE
47. Confined one : INMATE
51. Antitoxin : SERUM
54. Loosed : RELEASED
56. Poet of the East : OMAR
57. Tangled : AFOUL
59. For boxers, it's square : RING
60. Flat, circular object : DISC
61. Distress signal : FLARE
62. Welles role : KANE
63. River in a Coleridge poem : ALPH
64. American choreographer : TUDOR
65. "Little Men" character : NED
1. Corvettes : SHIPS
2. Attacks : HASAT
3. Former queen of Italy : ELENA
4. Expert in law : JURIST
5. Fit to ___ : ATEE
6. Moderate's position : MIDDLEOFTHEROAD
7. Yalie : ELI
8. But: Lat. : SED
9. "Bull's-eye!" : RIGHTONTHEMARK
10. "There ___ peace . . . ": Isa. 48:22 : ISNO
11. British meals : TEAS
12. Actor-comedian Johnson : ARTE
14. Abandoned : LEFTINTHELURCH
21. Cabinet member: 1961–69 : RUSK
22. Dickens boy : TIM
25. U.S. landscape painter: 1825–94 : INNES
26. Slicks or pulps : MAGS
29. ___ avis : RARA
30. Collar or college : ETON
31. Bestow excessive affection : DOTE
32. Zip around : FLIT
33. O.T. book : RUTH
34. Suffix with suffer : ANCE
35. Dam for catching fish : GARTH
38. It's behind the horse : CART
42. In sound condition : SANE
44. Position a gun : AIM
45. Author of "A View from the Bridge" : MILLER
48. One from the East : ASIAN
49. Shade of orange : TENNE
50. Trimmed the rim : EDGED
51. Pop : SODA
52. Jannings : EMIL
53. Grating sound : RASP
55. Combining form for a continent : EURO
57. Position on a ship : AFT
58. Swine ___ : FLU

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