New York Times, Friday, September 12, 1986

Author: Larry Goldhirsch
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { J K Q Z }, Scrabble score: 272 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 9, XRef: 0
Larry Goldhirsch has 12 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1986, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pronounce l's as w's : LALL
5. Awe or Tay : LOCH
9. Fury : WRATH
14. Miscellany : OLIO
15. Rhine feeder : AARE
16. Hindu sage : RISHI
17. Courter : BEAU
18. Counterfoil : STUB
19. Venus's venous fluid : ICHOR
20. Years: Lat. : ANNI
21. Words of consolation : THERETHERE
23. University officer : REGENT
25. Exhaust : TIRE
26. Picot feature : LOOP
28. Spoke like Scarlett : DRAWLED
33. Tolerated : STOOD
36. Ruffs' counterparts : REES
38. Sol preceder : AERO
39. Anklebone : TALUS
40. Parseghian : ARA
41. Product of petals : ATTAR
42. Soviet mountain range : ALAI
43. Sawyer's chum : FINN
44. "Hostess with the mostest" : MESTA
45. Celebrant : REVELER
47. Evening, in Essonne : SOIR
49. "Un bel di," for one : ARIA
51. Say differently : REWORD
55. Illusory : NEVERNEVER
60. "Iacta ___ est" : ALEA
61. Comedian Schreiber : AVERY
62. "___ Dinah," Frankie Avalon hit : DEDE
63. Wigwam's relative : TIPI
64. Morning, in Metz : MATIN
65. Person who is sui generis : ONER
66. At any time : EVER
67. Anglo-Saxon kingdom : ESSEX
68. Novelist Romain : GARY
69. Count (on) : RELY
1. Having rounded projections : LOBAR
2. Coeur d'___, Idaho : ALENE
3. Tael : LIANG
4. The Kingsmen's 1964 hit : LOUIELOUIE
5. " . . . the ___ lay the old aside": Pope : LASTTO
6. Vow : OATH
7. Glass bottle : CRUET
8. Certain Scots : HEBRIDEANS
9. "Who casts to ___ living line . . . ": Jonson : WRITEA
10. Buddy, the drummer : RICH
11. Wimbledon champ: 1975 : ASHE
12. Air Force missile : THOR
13. Take on hands : HIRE
22. Goes astray : ERRS
24. Droops : NODS
27. Communal rodent : PRAIRIEDOG
29. "___, everywhere": Coleridge : WATERWATER
30. "___ Make a Deal" : LETS
31. Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
32. Dickens's ___ Spenlow : DORA
33. Procyon, e.g. : STAR
34. Lie, perhaps : TALE
35. Norwegian saint : OLAV
37. West ender : ERN
41. Sand, to Chopin : AMIE
43. "___ Hill," D. Thomas poem : FERN
46. Voice box : LARYNX
48. Solar-system model : ORRERY
50. Oat genus : AVENA
52. Yellow green : OLIVE
53. Fend off : REPEL
54. Kind of farm : DAIRY
55. Designate : NAME
56. Gabor and Braun : EVAS
57. Examines expertly : VETS
58. Pa. port : ERIE
59. Westphalian river : EDER

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