New York Times, Wednesday, August 21, 1985

Author: Norma Steinberg
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 41, Avg Word Len: 4.72, Missing: { F J Q }, Scrabble score: 313 (avg 1.70)
Open Squares: 62, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 6, XRef: 0
Norma Steinberg has 35 pre-Shortz puzzles and 17 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1985, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Ointment : BALM
5. Cry of a flushed snipe : SCAPE
10. Enos's grandmother : EVE
13. Pelvic bone : ILIUM
15. Galsworthy novel : TOLET
16. Res followers : MIS
17. Uncas's friend : NATTYBUMPPO
19. Gamp or Gummidge : MRS
20. Lasso's sound : WHIRR
21. Letter addenda : PSS
22. Leaf : PAGE
23. Unsophisticated : NAIVE
25. Forerunner of the freezer : ICEBOX
27. More than several : MANY
30. Morse signal : DIT
31. Treaty gp. : NATO
32. Ovidian declaration : AMO
33. MOMA piece : KLEE
34. Live it up : REVEL
37. Sidekick : PARTNER
39. Hymn : CHORALE
41. Gin : SNARE
42. Bakery tool : PEEL
43. Brazilian's coffee : RIO
44. Lou Ferrigno role : HULK
46. "___ longa . . . " : ARS
47. Tatum's father : RYAN
48. Thaumaturgist's word : PRESTO
50. ___ Dame : NOTRE
52. Motherwell medium : OILS
53. N.Z. parrot : KEA
55. Morbid condition: Suffix : IASIS
58. Popular street name : ELM
59. Cheerful fictional clerk : BOBCRATCHIT
62. Where Wadkins starts : TEE
63. Cornhuskers' city : OMAHA
64. Polished : SUAVE
65. Land south of Turk. : SYR
66. Regions : ZONES
67. Cheese-store purchase : EDAM
1. Storage area : BIN
2. "There ought to be ___!" : ALAW
3. An S.S.R. : LITH
4. Bligh's problem : MUTINY
5. Erwin of old films : STU
6. Run in a race : COMPETE
7. Tyrol's locale : ALPS
8. Important enzyme : PEPSIN
9. Ike's domain in 1942 : ETO
10. Subject of a Flaubert masterpiece : EMMABOVARY
11. A September sign : VIRGO
12. Lover of Elizabeth I : ESSEX
14. Breckinridge or Hess : MYRA
18. Restrain : BRIDLE
22. Ustinov or O'Toole : PETER
24. Contender : VIER
26. Burnett or Channing : CAROL
27. Charts : MAPS
28. "___ for All Seasons" : AMAN
29. Ibsen's "doll" : NORAHELMER
33. Genuflected : KNELT
35. "Roast Pig" dissertator : ELIA
36. Uris or Goossens : LEON
38. Tie up : TRUSS
39. Zilch, to Zapata : CERO
40. Vesta, to Greeks : HESTIA
42. Flamboyance : PANACHE
45. Ind. city : KOKOMO
47. Save : RESCUE
48. Wilbur and Merrill : POETS
49. William Bendix role : RILEY
51. Charlie Brown expletive : RATS
54. Israeli statesman : EBAN
56. "If ___ a Hammer" : IHAD
57. Hindu god : SIVA
59. Dickens's nom de plume : BOZ
60. Ethiopian prince : RAS
61. Pro ___ : TEM

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