New York Times, Friday, May 29, 1981

Author:Dorothea E. Shipp
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 39, Avg Word Len: 4.89, Missing: { F J K Q V W X Z }, Scrabble score: 254 (avg 1.37)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 3, XRef: 0
Dorothea E. Shipp has 50 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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© 1981, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Quashed, in law : ABATED
7. Harmonizes : ATTUNES
14. Hallucinate : IMAGINE
15. Harmful; malodorous : NOISOME
16. This may bring down the house : TORNADO
17. Joseph Conrad work : TYPHOON
18. Glyceride : ESTER
19. John and Jane : DOES
21. Durango demonstrative : ESTA
22. Area such as Chile's nitrate fields : SALAR
24. Hail : GREET
25. Auditor, for short : CPA
28. Shopping center : ARCADE
31. Pertaining to milk : LACTIC
34. Princess Grace, for one : MONACAN
39. The eldest Titan : OCEANUS
41. Lay the groundwork : PREPARE
42. Land or realm : TERRENE
43. Yorick was his pen name : STERNE
44. Jipijapa : PANAMA
47. Occupied the van : LED
48. "Meet it is I ___ down": Hamlet : SETIT
52. Lowest point : NADIR
55. Gulf of ___ : ADEN
56. Elbe feeder : ISER
58. More agreeable : NICER
62. This causes Ferdinand to meet Miranda : TEMPEST
64. Kind of cellar : CYCLONE
66. Dosage container : AMPULLA
67. William A. Nolen topic : HEALING
68. Not so dowdy : NATTIER
69. Former Qumram denizen : ESSENE
1. Disney's inventive mouse : AMOS
2. Starr of football : BART
3. Actress Moorehead : AGNES
4. Royal wedding wear : TIARA
5. Consequence : END
6. East Indian cedar : DEODAR
7. Pay to play, in a way : ANTE
8. Items in the Hellman attic : TOYS
9. Cue part : TIP
10. Peck's preacting job : USHER
11. Gibbet's adjunct : NOOSE
12. Do some tub-thumping : EMOTE
13. Body found in Paris : SENAT
14. Suffix with vulcan or cord : ITE
20. Grampus : ORC
23. Gap : LACUNA
24. Relative of a civet : GENET
25. Coagulate : CLOT
26. Measure on foot : PACE
27. Maple genus : ACER
29. Meter reading, for short : AMP
30. Toward the back : DORSAD
32. Paving : TAR
33. Clumsy : INEPT
35. Barbary beast : APE
36. Scientist Sagan : CARL
37. "Rosamund" composer : ARNE
38. Indigence : NEED
40. Japanese currency : SEN
45. Dordogne donkey : ANE
46. Bon ___, Gallic bargain : MARCHE
48. Apollyon : SATAN
49. Watery swelling : EDEMA
50. Beguile : TEMPT
51. Computer's necessity : INPUT
53. Atahualpa's people : INCAS
54. Valley for Selene : RILLE
56. Homophone for part of a church : ISLE
57. "Bright" inspiration for Keats : STAR
59. Sovereign, e.g. : COIN
60. Nine: Prefix : ENNE
61. Part of a div. : REG
63. Name meaning "the highest" : ELI
65. Truckler's response : YES

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