New York Times, Tuesday, June 29, 1982

Author:Arthur W. Palmer
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { X Z }, Scrabble score: 284 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Arthur W. Palmer has 38 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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1. Partially open : AJAR
5. Valid reasoning : LOGIC
10. Follow : TAIL
14. Asta's mistress : NORA
15. Disconcert : ABASH
16. Seine tributary : OISE
17. Architect of St. Paul's, London : CHRISTOPHERWREN
20. Subjugates : ENSLAVES
21. Beginning : ONSET
22. ___ Park, L.I. : RIIS
23. Teenage scourge : ACNE
25. Luanda is its capital : ANGOLA
28. Unlike Lady Godiva : CLAD
29. Inc.'s cousin : LTD
32. Sister of Poseidon : HERA
33. Sillies : GEESE
34. Epoch : ERA
35. Famed Harlem Globetrotter : MEADOWLARKLEMON
39. Supplement : ADD
40. Crow : BOAST
41. Kind of claim : QUIT
42. Tint : DYE
43. Gaelic : ERSE
44. Philatelic sale : BOURSE
46. Brother of Eris : ARES
47. Tale of the Forsytes : SAGA
48. Instrument for Van Cliburn : PIANO
51. "The ___," Homer painting : LIFELINE
55. Sprite in English folklore : ROBINGOODFELLOW
58. Homophone for yews : EWES
59. Prospero's servant : ARIEL
60. "So what ___ is new?" : ELSE
61. Jerry of golf : PATE
62. Import : SENSE
63. Prey for Natty Bumppo : DEER
1. Deliver follower : ANCE
2. Wayne or Barrymore : JOHN
3. Depot abbrs. : ARRS
4. Underground ___ : RAILROAD
5. Liepaja's country : LATVIA
6. Tuners of orchestras : OBOES
7. Lacunas : GAPS
8. ___ Kabibble : ISH
9. Guevara : CHE
10. U.S. poet-editor: 1877–1949 : TOWNE
11. Put on ___ (be snobbish) : AIRS
12. Conversational cliché : ISEE
13. Easter precursor : LENT
18. Emulate Magellan : SAIL
19. Circular diamond : RONDEL
23. Tip off : ALERT
24. Tun : CASK
25. Minnesota Viking Rashad : AHMAD
26. Impoverished : NEEDY
27. Judge students' tests : GRADE
28. Terminate : CEASE
29. Potto, e.g. : LEMUR
30. Deux-quatre go-between : TROIS
31. He pined for Beatrice : DANTE
33. "___ Onion," Lennon song : GLASS
36. Titania's spouse : OBERON
37. "When you ___ a tulip . . . " : WORE
38. Matched : EQUALLED
44. Nonplus : BAFFLE
45. S-shaped molding : OGEE
46. Aromatic herb : ANISE
47. Properties of a square : SIDES
48. Certain school, for short : PREP
49. Waterloo is here : IOWA
50. Second in crime : ABET
51. Beef cut : LOIN
52. That fellow, to Plautus : ILLE
53. Photo-finish feature : NOSE
54. Jug : EWER
56. Hydrogen, e.g. : GAS
57. Mesabi range product : ORE

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