Alfio Micci
Alfio Micci 

New York Times, Saturday, September 11, 1982

Author:Alfio Micci
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { J K Q W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 256 (avg 1.38)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 9, XRef: 0
Alfio Micci has 71 pre-Shortz puzzles and 11 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1982, The New York Times
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1. Risky biz : SPEC
5. Chinese Buddhist's creed : FOISM
10. Nicholas was one : TSAR
14. "Symphonie espagnole" composer : LALO
15. Napoleon's forces : ARMEE
16. Roman emperor : OTHO
17. Not "fer" : AGIN
18. Hear of : LEARN
19. Bacteriologist's wire : OESE
20. Aria from "Pagliacci" : VESTILAGIUBBA
23. Noted violinist : STERN
24. Retreat : DEN
25. L.A. team : RAMS
27. Pother : ADO
29. Prado locale : MADRID
31. Aria from "Tosca" : VISSIDARTE
37. Yoko ___ : ONO
38. Skip : OMIT
39. Author of "Middlemarch" : ELIOT
40. Male guinea pig : BOAR
41. Wielded a baton : LED
42. Aria from "Aïda" : OPATRIAMIA
44. Even-___ (tied) : STEVEN
47. "___ bodkins!" : ODS
48. Encourage : ABET
49. Place to get a Th.D. : SEM
52. To be, in Barcelona : ESTAR
56. Aria from "The Barber of Seville" : UNAVOCEPOCOFA
59. Abruzzi commune : ATRI
61. ___ Gay, Col. Tibbets's bomber : ENOLA
62. Abandoned, poetically : LORN
63. Judge's bench : BANC
64. Beauty parlor : SALON
65. French saint: Dec. 1 : ELOI
66. Irish Gaelic : ERSE
67. Council of ___ : TRENT
68. Actor Parker : FESS
1. Poles and Croats : SLAVS
2. Debra of films : PAGET
3. Beethoven's "Für Elise" : ELISE
4. Differentiate : CONTRAST
5. Miller's "After the ___" : FALL
6. Mountain nymph : OREAD
7. Simulacrum : IMAGE
8. Songbird : SERIN
9. Carte du jour : MENU
10. Words of commiseration : TOOBAD
11. Turkish-bath unit : STEAMROOM
12. Happy sounds : AHS
13. Caviar : ROE
21. Blue dye: Prefix : INDI
22. Bikini part : BRA
26. Biblical site : SINAI
28. Greek theater : ODEON
29. Paris subway : METRO
30. Tennyson poem : DORA
31. Tennessee players : VOLS
32. "___ man with . . . " : IMETA
33. Tonsorial décor : SIDEBURNS
34. Jungfrau, e.g. : ALP
35. Estuary : RIA
36. Kindergartner : TOT
40. Musical sign : BASSCLEF
43. Notion: Comb. form : IDEO
45. Lido's neighbor : VENICE
46. Greek vowel : ETA
49. Navigation device : SONAR
50. Molière's "L'___ des maris" : ECOLE
51. Casaba : MELON
53. County in Mont. : TOOLE
54. Certain hairdos : AFROS
55. Indian princesses : RANIS
57. Tattersall ___ : VEST
58. Gasp for air : PANT
59. Beame or Burrows : ABE
60. Sailor : TAR

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