New York Times, Saturday, August 15, 1981

Author: Dorothea E. Shipp
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 39, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { F J K Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 258 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 3, XRef: 0
Dorothea E. Shipp has 63 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.
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© 1981, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Thalia, Aglaia and Euphrosyne : GRACES
7. Believer in God : THEIST
13. Home of violinmaker Guarneri : CREMONA
14. Rodent-catching canine : RATTER
15. Boxing Day in England, for one : HOLIDAY
16. Meantime : INTERIM
18. Dodges : EVADES
19. Native of Bornholm : DANE
20. Kind of jacket : PEA
21. Camus work : LETE
22. Undulating dance : HULA
23. Better than better : BEST
24. Item stored in a buttery : ALE
25. Japanese currency : YEN
26. Symphony by Liszt : DANTE
27. Made a stab at : ESSAYED
30. This could bog down a jogger : BLISTER
32. What a hobo hits : ROAD
33. Grammatical no-no : AINT
34. Los Angeles boulevard : VENTURA
37. Roman palace, now a museum : LATERAN
41. "Take ___ of sparkling eyes": W. S. Gilbert : APAIR
42. Couturier's line : HEM
43. Three-faced one : EVE
44. Maman's man : PERE
45. Courted a ticket : SPED
47. Rosary beads : AVES
48. "The voice that breath'd ___ Eden": Keble : OER
49. Organ adjunct : STOP
50. Delitescent : LATENT
52. Places for acting and transacting : RIALTOS
54. Branch off : DIVERGE
55. Original publisher of The Tatler : STEELE
56. Applied a bandage : DRESSED
57. Less relaxed : TENSER
58. More acidulous : TARTER
1. Acts like a toady : GROVELS
2. Has some connection : RELATES
3. Chemical compound : AMIDE
4. Body of national laws : CODE
5. Namesakes of a Spanish queen : ENAS
6. Follower of hear : SAY
7. Something to be endured : TRIAL
8. Politician Marcus Alonzo: 1837–1904 : HANNA
9. Diminutive suffix : ETTE
10. Ending meaning "native of" : ITE
11. Ranger in Paradise : SERPENT
12. Gulf of the Adriatic : TRIESTE
13. Crab's claws : CHELAE
17. Harrow student's parent : MATER
19. Push for payment : DUN
22. Hopper of Hollywood : HEDDA
23. Deal with a roast : BASTE
25. Twelve moons : YEAR
26. Effort : DINT
28. Lana's first husband : ARTIE
29. "This Is ___ Life" : YOUR
30. Did a harvest job : BALED
31. William, in Dublin : LIAM
34. Steam : VAPOR
35. Dueler of a sort : EPEEIST
36. Spin a yarn : NARRATE
38. Opposite : REVERSE
39. Erinys, for one : AVENGER
40. Settled down snugly : NESTED
42. Drill sergeant's call : HEP
45. Clergyman's scarf : STOLE
46. Challenging puzzle : POSER
47. Event at Alamogordo: 1945 : ATEST
49. Canonized women of Fr. : STES
50. Coin of Ankara : LIRA
51. Declare decisively : AVER
53. Dawson of football fame : LEN
54. Banned insecticide : DDT

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