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Bernice Gordon
Bernice Gordon

New York Times, Thursday, December 18, 1980

Author: Bernice Gordon
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J K Q }, Scrabble score: 308 (avg 1.60)
Open Squares: 79, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 5
Bernice Gordon has 126 pre-Shortz puzzles and 21 Shortz Era puzzles in our database.
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© 1980, The New York TimesNo. 11,363
Across Down
1. Recedes : EBBS
5. Type of moth : EGGAR
10. Grand feat of Bobby Jones : SLAM
14. Opposite of aweather : ALEE
15. Black eye : MOUSE
16. Home of the "Children of the Sun" : PERU
17. Reporter Barrett : RONA
18. Associates : COMPANIONS
20. Softens the mood of : SWEETENS
22. Luft and Doone : LORNAS
23. Hack's riders : FARES
24. Marcel Marceau, e.g. : MIME
25. Apothegms : ADAGES
27. Large : SIZEABLE
31. Projection at the foot of a wall : SOCLE
32. Pallid : WAXEN
33. Group comprising U.S., Mex., etc. : OAS
34. Relative of a pigeonhole : COTE
35. ___ Palace in Venice : DOGES
36. Letters from Athens : PSIS
37. Touse or towse : ADO
38. Faux pas : ERROR
39. Metrical unit in Sanskrit : MATRA
40. Heaps up : PYRAMIDS
42. Caricature : PARODY
43. Collection of quails : BEVY
44. Follower of a Greek theologian : ARIAN
45. Convince : ASSURE
48. Very wicked : FIENDISH
51. Thick as thieves : PALSYWALSY
53. "___ umble pie . . . ": Dickens : IATE
54. ___-dieu (kneeling bench) : PRIE
55. Lacking 18 Across : ALONE
56. Give the cold shoulder to : SNUB
57. Campers' curfew : TAPS
58. Swerved : YAWED
59. Anglo-Saxon laborer : ESNE
1. Crossettes : EARS
2. Scram : BLOW
3. Eleemosynar, e.g. : BENEFACTOR
4. Piscivorous bird : SEAEAGLE
5. Bob Barker et al. : EMCEES
6. Saps : GOONS
7. Sapodillas : GUMS
8. Cerastes : ASP
9. Gains : REALIZES
10. Bridal wreath, for one : SPIREA
11. Spinks or Goossens : LEON
12. Water buffalo : ARNA
13. Dishevel : MUSS
19. Any ancient Roman's second name : NOMEN
21. Ocote or persea : TREE
24. Kitchen aid : MIXER
25. Soc. of musicians : ASCAP
26. TV woodenhead, Howdy ___ : DOODY
27. Starch-yielding palms : SAGOS
28. Henry James novel, with "The" : BOSTONIANS
29. Sec. of Defense: 1969–72 : LAIRD
30. Repplier product : ESSAY
32. Verbose : WORDY
35. Kind of entry : DRIVEWAY
36. Celestial City : PARADISE
38. ___ board, on a manicurist's tray : EMERY
39. Might's partner : MAIN
41. Vilifies : ABUSES
42. Made raids upon : PREYED
44. Tributary of the Oise : AISNE
45. Notation on a cal. : APPT
46. Name meaning "princess" : SARA
47. Knitting stitch : SLIP
48. Spring : FLOW
49. Shock : STUN
50. Cupbearer to the gods : HEBE
52. Wing : ALA

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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