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I. Judah Koolyk
I. Judah Koolyk

New York Times, Saturday, January 17, 1981

Author: I. Judah Koolyk
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.95, Missing: { Q Z }, Scrabble score: 278 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 6, XRef: 2, Spans: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
I. Judah Koolyk has 40 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1981, The New York TimesNo. 11,393
Across Down
1. Not of the clergy : LAIC
5. ___ out (parachutes) : BAILS
10. Works on samplers : SEWS
14. Pet bat in TV's "The Munsters" : IGOR
15. Shoelace tip : AGLET
16. Red-cased cheese : EDAM
17. Second in a Greek series : BETA
18. Climbing plant : LIANA
19. Cover the bathroom wall : TILE
20. Golfer/football player : RAYFLOYDLITTLE
23. David and Goliath, e.g. : FOES
24. "Light-Horse Harry" : LEE
25. Inclining at sea : ALIST
27. Over five million Egyptians : CAIRENES
32. Insensitive : CRASS
33. Org. for a G.I. : USO
34. Like a draft animal : OXY
35. With end of 20 Across, rock 'n' roll singer/actor : RICHARDBENJAMIN
40. Snack : EAT
41. Whitney or Wallach : ELI
42. Blithen : ELATE
43. Abstruse : ESOTERIC
46. Redeyes of European waters : RUDDS
47. U.N. labor agency : ILO
48. On one's rocker, perhaps : SANE
49. With end of 35 Across, patriot/President : FRANKLINPIERCE
56. Couple : LINK
57. Comedian Nye : LOUIS
58. Skirt style : MAXI
60. Teen-ager's trouble : ACNE
61. Upper crust : ELITE
62. Rarae ___ : AVES
63. Rathskeller quaff : BEER
64. Passé : DATED
65. Set of similar objects : NEST
1. Women's ___ : LIB
2. Antiquing device : AGER
3. Whit : IOTA
4. Lobster's kin : CRAYFISH
5. Nureyev vehicle : BALLET
6. Exchange fees : AGIOS
7. "Now ___ me down . . . " : ILAY
8. ___ an ear (hearken) : LEND
9. Mature male zebra : STALLION
10. Sofa of a sort : SETTEE
11. Emulate Robert Giroux : EDIT
12. Street in Manhattan : WALL
13. Duck : SMEE
21. Body cavity : FOSSA
22. Comparative suffix : IER
25. Former president of Panama : ARIAS
26. Milk: Comb. form : LACTO
27. Kind of foot : CUBIC
28. Chemical suffix : ASE
29. Bedouin or gypsy : NOMAD
30. Egresses : EXITS
31. Word in a New Year's song : SYNE
32. Algonquian tribe : CREE
36. Cast the dice again : REROLLED
37. XXIX x XIX : DLI
38. ___ fille : JEUNE
39. City official : ALDERMAN
44. Repair clumsily : TINKER
45. Lodge member : ELK
46. Reached on the wireless : RAISED
48. Kind of fence : SPITE
49. Reason to exercise : FLAB
50. Fenway Park slugger : RICE
51. Last Stuart ruler : ANNE
52. City in Kansas : IOLA
53. Symphonic poem by Varèse: 1965 : NUIT
54. Spelunker's study : CAVE
55. Zsa Zsa has several : EXES
59. Suffix with real or social : IST

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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