New York Times, Friday, August 30, 1985

Author: William Canine
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 4.95, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 288 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 0
William Canine has 65 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1985, The New York Times
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1. Ribbonlike fabric : GIMP
5. Artists' cult : DADA
9. Hide one's pelf : STASH
14. Plant having fleshy leaves : ALOE
15. Surrounded by : AMID
16. Dye for milady : HENNA
17. Hostage of Cortés : MONTEZUMA
19. Platform : ALTAR
20. Hi-fi parts : TUNERS
21. Claim : ALLEGE
22. Periods : SPELLS
24. Tip over : UPSET
26. Spanish duke-general : ALVA
27. Writer Ben ___ Williams : AMES
28. Gal. or lb. : AMT
31. Year in Sylvester II's reign : MII
32. "___ Heldenleben," Strauss work : EIN
34. Braid used for trimming : GALLOON
37. Bounders : BADEGGS
39. Authority : LICENSE
40. Windflower : ANEMONE
41. David ___ Lilienthal of A.E.C. fame : ELI
42. Famed poet's initials : TSE
43. Acme : TOP
44. Designer Cassini : OLEG
46. Certain charges : FEES
47. Wrongs : HARMS
49. Home for "Mona Lisa" : LOUVRE
51. Hors d'oeuvre item : CANAPE
54. Coyote State capital : PIERRE
56. Diminish : ABATE
57. Mexican industrial city : MONTERREY
60. Loose garment : TUNIC
61. Lament : SIGH
62. Music halls : ODEA
63. Heap : STACK
64. Sapling, e.g. : TREE
65. Nictate : WINK
1. School of whales : GAM
2. An arm of the U.N. : ILO
3. Capital of Uruguay : MONTEVIDEO
4. Singer Clark : PETULA
5. Bewilders : DAZES
6. East Asian river : AMUR
7. Chinese pasta appetizer : DIMSUM
8. "Lolita" shelf-partner : ADA
9. Fissile rock : SHALE
10. Revealing : TELLTALE
11. Feed the pot : ANTE
12. Unexpected impediment : SNAG
13. Lagomorph : HARE
18. Like some G.I.'s : ENL
21. Jump and thump : ASSAIL
22. Latin dance : SAMBA
23. Easily swayed : PLIANT
25. Long John Silver, for one : PEGLEG
27. April 21 is this saint's day : ANSELM
29. "Orfeo" composer : MONTEVERDI
30. Quoits player : TOSSER
32. Self : EGO
33. Disregard : IGNORE
35. Utah Beach craft : LCI
36. Georgia ___ Clark, former U.S. Treasurer : NEESE
38. Very striking : EMPHATIC
45. Sans ___ (hopeless): Fr. : ESPOIR
46. Rut : FURROW
48. Loesser's "A Bushel and ___" : APECK
49. River of forgetfulness : LETHE
50. Pyrites, e.g. : ORE
51. Broadway hit : CATS
52. Be contiguous : ABUT
53. Unfortunate Zola courtesan : NANA
55. Soprano Borkh : INGE
57. This lies between P.S.T. and C.S.T. : MST
58. Suffix with velvet : EEN
59. Buffalo's kin : YAK

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