New York Times, Tuesday, July 14, 1981

Author:Jeanette K. Brill
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { F J K Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 260 (avg 1.35)
Open Squares: 79, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Jeanette K. Brill has 79 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1981, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Othello" character : IAGO
5. Sounds of steeds on streets : CLOPS
10. Espadrille, e.g. : SHOE
14. Word with cover or knot : SLIP
15. Incurred, as debts : RANUP
16. Molten rock : LAVA
17. Personal household effects : LARESANDPENATES
20. Doorway : ENTRANCE
21. Hash house : EATERY
22. Fit to ___ : ATEE
23. For two, in music : ADUE
24. Beautiful park in Vienna : PRATER
27. Ready for publication : EDIT
28. "___ Rosenkavalier" : DER
31. Mysterious : EERIE
32. Chemical compound : ENOL
33. His "Dafne" is the first known opera : PERI
34. Exemplars of firm friendship : DAMONANDPYTHIAS
37. An Indian Ocean gulf : ADEN
38. Tense : TAUT
39. Precipitancy : HASTE
40. Headed : LED
41. Suffix with major : ETTE
42. Dolly from Tennessee : PARTON
43. Author Eliav : ARIE
44. Anklebones : TALI
45. Stewart's "Touch Not ___" : THECAT
48. "The ___ Road," 1928 song : LONESOME
52. Abandoned twins nursed by a wolf : ROMULUSANDREMUS
54. What North and South Dakota do : ABUT
55. Alighieri : DANTE
56. Word with Far or Middle : EAST
57. Put a question on the table : POSE
58. Home of a biblical witch : ENDOR
59. Dagger of old : SNEE
1. Man, for one : ISLE
2. Shepard of space-traveling fame : ALAN
3. Encircled : GIRT
4. Military maneuver : OPERATION
5. Construction worker : CRANER
6. Piercing weapon : LANCE
7. Wave on la mer : ONDE
8. Young seal : PUP
9. Amain : SPEEDILY
10. Roof material : SLATE
11. Heywood Broun's "Pieces of ___" : HATE
12. Above : OVER
13. "___ Riders" : EASY
18. Lustrous fabric : SATEEN
19. Rel. to navigation at sea : NAUT
23. Embrace, as a policy : ADOPT
24. Bicycle part : PEDAL
25. English novelist: 1814–84 : READE
26. ___ forces : ARMED
27. Provide, as with talents : ENDUE
28. Jefferson was one : DEIST
29. Inspiration for Pindar : ERATO
30. Ascended : RISEN
32. Related on the mother's side : ENATE
33. Sect opposed to the Sadducees : PHARISEES
35. Something to strike : ATTITUDE
36. Old German coin : THALER
41. Of an epoch : ERAL
42. Cater basely to : PANDER
43. Opposite of obtuse : ACUTE
44. Lone Ranger's sidekick : TONTO
45. Hazard for Hale Irwin : TRAP
46. Person called a "swagman" in Australia : HOBO
47. Certain ratites : EMUS
48. "Sweet ___ of liberty . . . " : LAND
49. Sultanate the size of Kansas : OMAN
50. Meditate : MUSE
51. Medieval Italian fortress : ESTE
53. Francisco, e.g. : SAN

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