New York Times, Monday, May 5, 1986

Author:Arthur W. Palmer
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { F J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 263 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 12, XRef: 0, Spans: 4
Arthur W. Palmer has 38 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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© 1986, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Missing G.I. : AWOL
5. Type of curriculum : CORE
9. Played a trumpet : BLEW
13. July treat : CONE
14. Ecclesiastical decree : CANON
15. Paul Revere did this : RODE
16. Stands firm : HOLDSONESGROUND
19. Culbertson of bridge fame : ELY
20. Item in a log : ENTRY
21. Willingham's "___ a Man" : ENDAS
22. Blast or carp beginner : ENDO
23. Type of meal : OAT
24. Is in suspense : HOLDSONESBREATH
32. Battery terminal : ANODE
33. Rumpus ___ : ROOM
34. La-la preceder : TRA
35. Costa ___ : RICA
36. No longer fresh : STALE
38. Lath : SLAT
39. Mrs., in Madrid : SRA
40. Olympia's country : ELIS
41. Author of "The Cloister and the Hearth" : READE
42. Waits : HOLDSONESHORSES
46. Consumed : ATE
47. "Mary ___ little . . . " : HADA
48. Alan Ladd role : SHANE
51. Official proclamation : UKASE
53. "The ___ Curiosity Shop" : OLD
56. Keeps silent : HOLDSONESTONGUE
59. Or ___ : ELSE
60. Devoutness : PIETY
61. Writer Sarah ___ Jewett : ORNE
62. Eros : AMOR
63. Sight from Taormina : ETNA
64. "___ Abby" : DEAR
1. Head or tooth problem : ACHE
2. Merino product : WOOL
3. Sole : ONLY
4. Guided : LED
5. Swiss division : CANTON
6. Lalapalooza : ONER
7. Optimistic : ROSY
8. Sch. subject : ENG
9. Charlotte, Emily or Anne : BRONTE
10. ___ and clear : LOUD
11. Ferber or Best : EDNA
12. Marries : WEDS
14. Modern abode : CONDO
17. Judgment : SENSE
18. Update military equipment : REARM
22. Old Norse literature : EDDA
23. A woodwind : OBOE
24. Strident : HARSH
25. Dream: Comb. form : ONIRO
26. Union chapter : LOCAL
27. Delete : ERASE
28. Old ___ (the sun) : SOL
29. North African range : ATLAS
30. Plumbing or welding : TRADE
31. Detests : HATES
36. Type of gin : SLOE
37. Bolivian export : TIN
38. Antitoxins : SERA
40. Kefauver : ESTES
41. Calf-roping event : RODEO
43. Anger : DANDER
44. Daisy variety : SHASTA
45. Harvard's ___ Pudding Club : HASTY
48. Mets' home : SHEA
49. Sort of oak : HOLM
50. "The Sun ___ Rises" : ALSO
51. Module or monad : UNIT
52. Bewail, Irish style : KEEN
53. Monster : OGRE
54. Type of moth : LUNA
55. Buck or doe : DEER
57. Disclose, to Shelley : OPE
58. Wynken pal : NOD

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