New York Times, Tuesday, August 31, 1982

Author: Walker
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 274 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 74, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 7, XRef: 0
Walker has 1 pre-Shortz puzzle in our database.
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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Intertwine : LACE
5. Mirthful sound : HAHA
9. A teammate of Jackie Robinson : REESE
14. Isle off coast of Ireland : ARAN
15. Greenland explorer : ERIC
16. Lift up : ELATE
17. Peary find: 1909 : NORTHPOLE
19. Eyeshade : VISOR
20. Chosen, to the Japanese : KOREA
21. Code man : MORSE
23. Scotland's longest stream : TAY
24. Hymn by S. F. Smith : AMERICA
26. Cotton wrapper : BALER
28. Something to keep clean : SLATE
30. Verb linked to 65 : RETIRE
33. Miss Piggy, e.g. : SOW
36. Successful at dieting : SLIM
37. Presidential first name : GROVER
38. Structure having piles : PIER
40. ___ des Beaux-Arts, Paris : ECOLE
42. Mezzo-soprano Rankin : NELL
43. Give a task to : ASSIGN
45. Gas container : TANK
47. Whisky : RYE
48. Gained : NETTED
49. Diminutive suffixes : ETTES
51. He pitted Satan vs. Webster : BENET
53. "___ a doctor in the house?" : ISTHERE
57. Obj. in the news : UFO
59. Like homo sapiens : ERECT
61. Air at Yuletide : CAROL
62. Inner cities, often : SLUMS
64. Spahn, Ford et al. : SOUTHPAWS
66. Work by Brahms : NANIE
67. Fuss : TODO
68. Support, to Marcel : ETAI
69. Pianist Watts : ANDRE
70. River in NW Europe : YSER
71. Over : DONE
1. Sri ___ : LANKA
2. Woolf's "___ of One's Own" : AROOM
3. John Le ___, English novelist : CARRE
4. Comes on stage : ENTERS
5. On to : HEP
6. Fragrant : AROMATIC
7. Hawaiian port : HILO
8. Sharp and harsh : ACERB
9. One on a spree : REVELER
10. Wallach : ELI
11. N.Y.C. strait : EASTRIVER
12. Portico : STOA
13. Strange : EERY
18. Salutes : HAILS
22. A Tate display : SARGENTS
25. Machine in a paper plant : CALENDER
27. School Orwell attended : ETON
29. Overact : EMOTE
31. Depend : RELY
32. ___ Stanley Gardner : ERLE
33. Bridge : SPAN
34. Where Beauvais is : OISE
35. Like Sol after sunrise : WESTBOUND
39. Ceremony : RITE
41. Elbow room : LATITUDE
44. County in Mich. or N.Y. : GENESEE
46. Two-masted vessel : KETCH
50. Sculptured : SHAPED
52. Irritable : TESTY
54. Muse for Sappho : ERATO
55. Mountain ash : ROWAN
56. Famous bovine : ELSIE
57. Acad. in Md. : USNA
58. Custardlike dessert : FLAN
60. Frost's "The Witch of ___" : COOS
63. Chief, in Calcutta : MIR
65. High, craggy hill : TOR

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