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New York Times, Friday, January 16, 1981

Author:
Dorothea E. Shipp
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 41, Avg Word Len: 4.84, Missing: { F J K Q W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 243 (avg 1.32)
Open Squares: 80, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0
Dorothea E. Shipp has 63 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz Era puzzle in our database.
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© 1981, The New York TimesNo. 11,392

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Escapees from a mythical box : ILLS
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Averages : NORMS
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Street sound : BEEP
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One of the tides : NEAP
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Heep of fiction : URIAH
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___ time (never) : ATNO
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Emerson at Concord : SAGE
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___ macabre : DANSE
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Ironwood : ACLE
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Fished with a moving line : TROLLED
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Part of a min. : SEC
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Kind of show or record : HIT
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___ Gay, Col. Tibbets's mother : ENOLA
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Causing to rust : EROSIVE
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Stylograph's relative : PEN
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Org. in which Larry Bird plays : NBA
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Jan. 5 in old Rome : NONES
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Militant campus org. of the 60's : SDS
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Dip bait lightly : DAP
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Pennants : ENSIGNS
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D-day craft : LSTS
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Like George Apley : LATE
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Flamboyance : PANACHE
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Library collection : ANA
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Eiger is one : ALP
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Kemper Memorial ___ in Kansas City : ARENA
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Nail : NAB
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Grand occasion in France : BAL
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Skyline sight : STEEPLE
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Actor Greene : LORNE
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Dry hay : TED
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Site of the semicircular canal : EAR
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Famous sailing yacht : AMERICA
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Welty's Edna ___ Ponder : ERLE
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Aphorism : GNOME
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Jan. 13 in old Rome : IDES
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Mortgage : LIEN
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Down from a duck : EIDER
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Grimm character : OGRE
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Do a post-office job : SORT
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Singer Della : REESE
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Cape : NESS
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Parts of shoes : INSTEPS
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Erudite : LEARNED
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Haffs : LAGOONS
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Circe's magic : SPELL
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Duchamp's staircase-descender : NUDE
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Toward the mouth : ORAD
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___ Tin Tin : RIN
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Billiard stroke : MASSE
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Like some hose : SHEER
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Romney Marsh's call : BAA
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A Whistler opus : ETCHING
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Perk up : ENLIVEN
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Amy Lowell or H.D., formerly : POETESS
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A typical Corot : LANDSCAPE
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Painter of the "The Hay Wain" : CONSTABLE
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Lyon product : SOIE
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British honorary order : BATH
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Part of St. Peter's : APSE
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Animated style : ELAN
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Zola demimondaine : NANA
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Place to bowl : LANE
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Some of Cassatt's works : PASTELS
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Blood vessel: Comb. form : ARTERIO
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Tease : NEEDLER
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Shorten : ABRIDGE
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Set of quadrilles : LANCERS
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Makes happy : PLEASES
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Light beer : LAGER
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Pyle or Banks : ERNIE
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Sky hunter : ORION
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Nancy or Ed of songdom : AMES
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Pond, in poesy : MERE
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Suffix with persist : ENT
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Keatsian gem : ODE

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