New York Times, Saturday, June 12, 1982

Author:Kay Sullivan
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 269 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 0
Kay Sullivan has 19 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Stele : SLAB
5. Twilled silk fabric : SURAH
10. In re : ASTO
14. Pacific island dance : HULA
15. ___ Gay : ENOLA
16. Not barefoot : SHOD
17. Sevareid : ERIC
18. Edwin Newman's "A ___ Tongue" : CIVIL
19. One and only : SOLE
20. Bernard Berenson was one : AESTHETE
22. Marguerite, e.g. : FLOWER
24. Swaggered : STRODE
25. Hamlet of former times : THORP
26. One of the Brit. Isles : IRE
27. South Slavic language : CROATIAN
30. Highway to Fairbanks : ALCAN
33. Obscure : CLOUD
34. Kind of trip : EGO
35. Diving bird : LOON
36. Farina : FLOUR
37. James M. Barrie, e.g. : SCOT
38. Dockers' org. : ILA
39. New England poet : FROST
40. Oft-cited last letteer : OMEGA
41. Berlin song of the 20's : ALLALONE
43. Pair : DUO
44. Ski resort : STOWE
45. Bed canopy : TESTER
48. Subway sign : UPTOWN
50. Roman temple : PANTHEON
52. Kind of light : NEON
53. Highly prized Japanese porcelain : IMARI
55. Hence : ERGO
56. Antithesis of a hawk : DOVE
57. Button material : NACRE
58. It means nothing to a Frenchman : RIEN
59. Exceptional person : ONER
60. Lady Jane and Zane : GREYS
61. Withered : SERE
1. Where George Foster plays : SHEA
2. Tied flies : LURES
3. Tilted, as a tanker : ALIST
4. Two-humped camel : BACTRIAN
5. Break up an alliance, in a way : SECEDE
6. Debs's exhortation : UNITE
7. Wander aimlessly : ROVE
8. Ring master, once : ALI
9. Sitcom span : HALFHOUR
10. Classify : ASSORT
11. Something for a vitrine : SHOWPIECE
12. Painted tinware : TOLE
13. River between Poland and E. Germany : ODER
21. Sharp peak : HORN
23. Burden : LOAD
25. "The ___," Schubert quintet : TROUT
27. Stuffy : CLOSE
28. Eager : AGOG
29. "___ creature . . . " : NOTA
30. Inter ___ : ALIA
31. Droop : LOLL
32. Potbelly that needs constant feeding : COALSTOVE
33. Produce by parthenogenesis : CLONE
36. Not in a merry mood : FROWNING
37. Tom or Dick, but not Harry : SMOTHERS
39. Scapa or cash : FLOW
40. Boot : OUST
42. His trespasses may be forgiven : ATONER
43. Gainsays : DENIES
45. Linger : TARRY
46. Weird : EERIE
47. Radio code word : ROGER
48. Ravel : UNDO
49. Foot soldier in India : PEON
50. Gait : PACE
51. " . . . then there were ___" : NONE
54. Pisces–Aries mo. : MAR

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