New York Times, Tuesday, June 22, 1982

Author: Joel D. Lafargue
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 277 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 71, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
Joel D. Lafargue has 51 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.
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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Prefix with medic : PARA
5. Overweight : OBESE
10. Nobel physicist: 1944 : RABI
14. These may take trips : EGOS
15. Prevailing mania : FUROR
16. Milesians' land : ERIN
17. One of the Pillars of Hercules : ROCKOFGIBRALTAR
20. Printer's ___ : INK
21. Chest sound : RALE
22. En ___ (altogether) : MASSE
23. Speechify : ORATE
25. Voucher : CHIT
27. This gives you a chance : RAFFLE
29. Disputatious documents : PROTESTS
33. Moslem decree : IRADE
34. In which this puzzle appears : DAILY
35. Refrain syllable : TRA
36. Gear teeeth : COGS
37. Its "love" nourishes depravity : MONEY
38. Spiral : COIL
39. Dir. from Kansas City to Sedalia : ESE
40. Combos : BANDS
41. Trite : BANAL
42. Highway stop : RESTAREA
44. No more than : BARELY
45. What "video" means : ISEE
46. One of a dozen : MONTH
47. Encourages a scoundrel : ABETS
50. Woody fiber : BAST
51. Actress Arden : EVE
54. Leaving ___ (thorough) : NOSTONEUNTURNED
58. Carry : TOTE
59. Eastern university town : ORONO
60. Stare like a drugstore cowboy : OGLE
61. Roman road : ITER
62. Memorable Israeli leader : DAYAN
63. Noodle or noggin : BEAN
1. Gorgeous girl : PERI
2. Ballet by Balanchine : AGON
3. Hymn by A. M. Toplady : ROCKOFAGES
4. Invite : ASK
5. "Fickle finger ___" : OFFATE
6. Rousing G.I. instrument : BUGLE
7. Scene of Perry's heroism : ERIE
8. Weep for keeps : SOB
9. Slip up : ERR
10. Tell : RELATE
11. Fine ___ : ARTS
12. Tendency : BIAS
13. Concerning : INRE
18. Papal cape : ORALE
19. Friendship : AMITY
24. Postal abbrs. : RFDS
25. Shouts : CRIES
26. Hallowed : HOLY
27. Kitchen gadget : RICER
28. End of a Stein line : AROSE
29. Himalayan animal : PANDA
30. Ancient, mystifying construction in England : STONEHENGE
31. Court event : TRIAL
32. ___ forth (set out) : SALLY
34. Recipient : DONEE
37. Dam : MARE
38. Sort of box behind an ox : CART
40. Low-voiced singer : BASSO
41. African language group : BANTU
43. Small giggle : TITTER
44. "The Hub" : BOSTON
46. Spiritual food : MANNA
47. Against: Prefix : ANTI
48. To ___ (also) : BOOT
49. Ferrara family name : ESTE
50. Nautical marker : BUOY
52. Milky Way constellation : VELA
53. "___ End," play by Priestley : EDEN
55. Drowse : NOD
56. NOW concern : ERA
57. Pillage : ROB

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