New York Times, Tuesday, September 14, 1982

Author: William Canine
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 41, Avg Word Len: 4.84, Missing: { Q V W X Z }, Scrabble score: 269 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 8, XRef: 0
William Canine has 65 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Noah's eldest : SHEM
5. Confused : ATSEA
10. In medias ___ : RES
13. Architectural style : IONIC
15. Uris and Trotsky : LEONS
16. Tiny colonizer : ANT
17. Terra ___ : COTTA
18. National emblem : BALDEAGLE
20. Arctic and royal birds : TERNS
22. Fed. group : CIA
23. Image on an oscilloscope : BLIP
24. Ball, Kaye et al. : REDHEADS
26. Mario Bertolino, for one : BASS
27. Island favorite : POI
29. Egg centers : YOLKS
30. "Indian-head" item : CENT
31. Ewer's cousin : URN
32. O. Henry offering : TALE
33. Francis or Starr : KAY
34. Parliamentary device : GAGRULE
36. Jack and Johnny : CARSONS
40. Conditions : IFS
41. Author Earl ___ Biggers : DERR
42. Ottoman governor : BEY
43. Marshal Dillon : MATT
45. First emperor of Brazil : PEDRO
46. Periods upon periods : EON
47. Theater group : CAST
48. Having a crest : PILEATED
50. Poker stake : ANTE
51. Metric unit : ARE
52. Mug : STEIN
54. U.S. Open champ: 1976 : JERRYPATE
57. Mountain nymph : OREAD
59. Swiss commune : URI
60. Ranked high : RATED
61. Piebald or skewbald : PINTO
62. Dreamland : NOD
63. Luges : SLEDS
64. Thames town : ETON
1. Thus : SIC
2. Forest sound : HOOT
3. Incoming : ENTERING
4. Symbol of dignity at Canterbury : MITRE
5. Priest's robe : ALB
6. Four o'clock dainty : TEACAKE
7. Substances sans liquid or gas : SOLIDS
8. Willingham's "___ a Man" : ENDAS
9. Mother of Peer : ASE
10. Crimean War commander : RAGLAN
11. Volunteer : ENLIST
12. "In His ___," Sheldon book : STEPS
14. Garden plant : CANDYTUFT
19. Certain cloisters : ABBEYS
21. Sand bars : SHOALS
25. Un pronom : ELLE
27. Snub-nosed dog : PUG
28. "A feast ___ famine" : ORA
30. Ball or Kaye : CARROTTOP
33. Lion turned actor : KARRAS
35. Tex or John : RITTER
36. Yield : CEDE
37. Not recalcitrant : OBEDIENT
38. ___ Darwinism : NEO
39. Together: Prefix : SYN
41. Cut out : DELETED
43. U.S. Open champ Tony: 1936 : MANERO
44. Soprano Varnay : ASTRID
45. Preyer of the deep : PIRATE
47. Bayou dweller : CAJUN
48. ___ States: 755–1870 : PAPAL
49. Very odd indeed : EERIE
53. Org. formed in 1949 : NATO
55. A number of mos. : YRS
56. Sneed and Sullivan : EDS
58. Actor Murray : DON

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