New York Times, Wednesday, July 23, 1986

Author:Shirley Soloway
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 5.00, Missing: { B J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 275 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 7, XRef: 1, Spans: 4
Shirley Soloway has 34 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1986, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Capitol guide : PAGE
5. Exterminates : RIDS
9. Actress Adams of TV : MAUD
13. Antihero in 17 Across : ALEX
14. Remote : ALOOF
16. River to the Seine : EURE
17. Burgess satire, with "A" : CLOCKWORKORANGE
20. Shire of "Rocky" : TALIA
21. Showed indignation : RESENTED
22. Sen. Norris project : TVA
24. Got off one's feet : SAT
25. Wolfe saga, with "Of" : TIMEANDTHERIVER
34. Spanish wave : OLA
35. Metric measure : STERE
36. Venus de ___ : MILO
37. Zilch : NONE
39. "McSorley's Bar" painter : SLOAN
41. Within: Comb. form : ENTO
42. Individuals : ONES
43. ___ order (not functioning) : OUTOF
45. Pro's opposite : CON
46. Hellman play : WATCHONTHERHINE
50. Pierre's affirmative : OUI
51. Old card game : LOO
52. Star over Madrid : ESTRELLA
57. Pang : THROE
61. Two days in a Murphy movie : FORTYEIGHTHOURS
64. Chimney shaft : FLUE
65. Showed again : RERAN
66. Dog-days topic : HEAT
67. Spore : SEED
68. Season : SALT
69. Norwegian capital : OSLO
1. Covenant : PACT
2. Actress Nazimova : ALLA
3. College subj. : GEOL
4. Stir up : EXCITE
5. Blustery : RAW
6. U.N. arm : ILO
7. R. I. rebel: 1842 : DORR
8. Jurisdiction, in Anglo-Saxon days : SOKE
9. Interim : MEANTIME
10. "Charley's ___" : AUNT
11. Press : URGE
12. Ownership paper : DEED
15. "Redhead" director : FOSSE
18. Australasian peppers : KAVAS
19. Kind of admiral : REAR
23. Aardvark's meal : ANTS
25. Up ___ (so far) : TONOW
26. Actress Massey : ILONA
27. Artist Zola defended : MANET
28. Star of "Mr. Klein" : DELON
29. Game fish : TROUT
30. Former British prime minister : HEATH
31. Leonardo da ___ : VINCI
32. Singer John : ELTON
33. ___ Arledge, TV executive : ROONE
38. Chaperoned : ESCORTED
40. Carol : NOEL
44. Foam : FROTH
47. A La. Long : HUEY
48. Tanker : OILER
49. Santa sounds : HOHOHO
52. Results: Abbr. : EFFS
53. Dover ___ : SOLE
54. Factual : TRUE
55. Tall tales : LIES
56. Taj Mahal site : AGRA
58. Regrets : RUES
59. Kind of history : ORAL
60. This, in Cádiz : ESTO
62. Linden or Holbrook : HAL
63. Explosive : TNT

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