Richard Silvestri
Richard Silvestri 

REDUNDANCIES

New York Times, Sunday, June 15, 1986

Author: Richard Silvestri
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 82, Avg Word Len: 5.13, Missing: { J Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 489 (avg 1.36)
Open Squares: 129, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 7, XRef: 0
Richard Silvestri has 46 pre-Shortz puzzles and 84 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1986, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Meals for dieters : SALADS
7. "The Heart of Dixie" : ALABAMA
14. Something to drive : SCREW
19. Dramatic principles : UNITIES
21. Crusader's foe : SARACEN
22. One-for-one transaction : TRADE
23. Trap : ENSNARE
24. Artificially formal : STILTED
25. Shortstop's asset : RANGE
26. Carried : TOTED
27. Jalousie feature : SLAT
28. Angled a plane : BANKED
29. Ethiopian prince : RAS
31. First of the cardinals : ONE
32. Palmist's words : ISEE
34. Downy duck : EIDER
35. N.T. book : EPH
36. Dark red rope : MAROONSTRAND
40. Cold and wet : DANK
43. Coward : NOEL
45. Literary snippets : ANA
46. Where Perry triumphed : ERIE
47. Large cask : TUN
48. Curved molding : OGEE
49. Undresses combos : STRIPSBANDS
53. Bog down : MIRE
54. Member of a German noble house : WELF
55. Cape Canaveral letters : NASA
56. Cob or cock : MALE
57. Feel intuitively : SENSE
58. Settles down snugly : NESTLES
60. Invoice : BILL
61. Stores fodder : SILAGES
63. Idyll maker : POET
64. Agree : TALLY
65. ___ impasse : ATAN
66. End of a freight : CABOOSE
69. Reformer Jacob : RIIS
70. Laura Lee Hope's ___ Twins : BOBBSEY
74. Scrap a mission : ABORT
75. Merit : EARN
76. Cauda : TAIL
78. Heine's "___ Troll" : ATTA
79. Proximate : NEXT
80. Heading for April : SPRINGBOUND
83. River to the Mosel : SAAR
84. Seidel filler : ALE
85. Dismounted : ALIT
86. Go amiss : ERR
87. Black, to Blake : EBON
88. Not so much : LESS
90. Transports sailboats by jitney : BUSSESSMACKS
96. Practice deception : LIE
97. Wise ones : SAGES
99. Location : SITE
100. Impertinent talk : LIP
101. Windup : END
102. Whirlybird : COPTER
104. One of Chaney's thousand : FACE
106. "___ Me," 1931 song : ALLOF
108. Violently : AMAIN
109. Compunction : REMORSE
112. First letter : INITIAL
115. ___ Haute : TERRE
116. Had the lead : STARRED
117. Mallorca's neighbor : MENORCA
118. Start of an attack : ONSET
119. Having left a will : TESTATE
120. Judged : DEEMED
1. Take to court : SUE
2. Miller of dancing fame : ANN
3. Catalogues cobblers' items : LISTSHEELS
4. Periodic-table listing: Abbr. : ATNO
5. One-celled alga : DIATOM
6. Evening love song : SERENA
7. The law, to Mr. Bumble : ASS
8. Relative of long. : LAT
9. Originates : ARISES
10. Tallchief's forte : BALLET
11. Proceedings : ACTA
12. Become acquainted : MEET
13. Moreover : AND
14. Cremona instrument : STRAD
15. Stretched one's neck : CRANED
16. Indecent reprimand : RANKRATING
17. Nose out : EDGE
18. Garden undesirable : WEED
20. Passover feast : SEDER
28. Waits : BIDES
29. Fame : RENOWN
30. Highest point of orbit : APOGEE
32. Old Greek region : IONIA
33. Photo : SNAP
34. Beloved of Geraint : ENID
37. Bireme gear : OARS
38. In truth : REALLY
39. "Where the Bee Sucks" composer : ARNE
41. Nightingale, for one : NURSE
42. Strike-zone boundary : KNEES
44. Sailed : LEFTPORT
49. Old daggers : SNEES
50. Distinguishing flavor : TASTE
51. Like Mona Lisa : SMILING
52. Fancy dances : BALLS
53. Average foundation : MEANBASE
57. Piece of concrete : SLAB
59. Spoils : LOOT
60. Scottish son : BAIRN
61. Salk contemporary : SABIN
62. "___ you so" : ITOLD
64. Characteristics : TRAITS
66. De Lesseps achievement : CANAL
67. White poplar : ABELE
68. Puts poles in cartons : BOXESSPARS
71. Barn-building company : STABLEFIRM
72. ___ shrdlu (printer's slug) : ETAOIN
73. Told stories : YARNED
75. Goddess of discord : ERIS
76. The Velvet Fog : TORME
77. Invisible emanation : AURA
80. Cavalry side arm : SABER
81. Added to : PLUS
82. Optimum : BEST
89. Pope's "The Dunciad," e.g. : SATIRE
91. Armed guard : ESCORT
92. Mountain chain : SIERRA
93. Demand as due : CLAIM
94. Baked bricks : KILNED
95. Feather key : SPLINE
98. Civet's relative : GENET
102. Roman censor : CATO
103. Augury : OMEN
104. Gala entertainment : FETE
105. One of a Latin trio : AMAS
107. Nebraska Indian : OTOE
109. Threesome after Q : RST
110. Complete collection : SET
111. Netherlands city : EDE
113. Royal-flush necessity : ACE
114. Terhune dog : LAD

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