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I. Judah Koolyk
I. Judah Koolyk

New York Times, Saturday, December 18, 1982

Author:
I. Judah Koolyk
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.95, Missing: { H J Q X }, Scrabble score: 276 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 56, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 6
I. Judah Koolyk has 40 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1982, The New York TimesNo. 12,093
Across
1
Houston or Browne : SAM
4
Suited, e.g. : CLAD
8
From the beginning : ABOVO
13
Org. Helen Keller helped found : ACLU
14
Tops : AONE
15
Comaneci : NADIA
16
Word before born and after "Born" : FREE
17
Coryphée's wear : TUTU
18
Oct. 31 choice : TREAT
19
Dream on the metro? : TUNNELVISION
22
Rouse : BESTIR
23
Ignores : SNUBS
26
IRT entree? : TOKENPAYMENT
30
___ Creed : NICENE
33
Mork's planet : ORK
34
Salt : TAR
35
French interjection : ALORS
36
Brown's league : IVY
37
Land or sea follower : SCAPE
39
Cat's-eye or sard : GEM
40
Chromosome constituent, for short : DNA
41
Riser in Czechoslovakia : NEISSE
42
Succession beneath the Big Apple? : SUBWAYSERIES
46
Boxer Archie : MOORE
47
British P.M.: 1945–51 : ATTLEE
50
Units of resistance, often charged up? : UNDERGROUNDS
54
Pale-blue gas : OZONE
57
Bartók : BELA
58
Buntline et al. : NEDS
59
They're often eaten when not weighed : WORDS
60
Meadow sound : BLAT
61
Dulcinea, in Dijon : AMIE
62
Loamy deposit : LOESS
63
New Year's Eve word : SYNE
64
Milieu for a catcher : RYE
Down
1
Bench warmer : SCRUB
2
Coeur d'___, Idaho : ALENE
3
Gouda kin : MUENSTER
4
Stealthy : CATLIKE
5
Home for Nike of Samothrace : LOUVRE
6
Con man? : ANTI
7
___ ex machina : DEUS
8
Mark of fame : ANTONY
9
Thumb's employer : BARNUM
10
Lyrical lines : ODE
11
Shipper's preposition : VIA
12
Stable staple : OAT
13
Nautical adverb : AFT
20
Collars : ETONS
21
Author Dinesen : ISAK
24
Fraternity letters : BETAS
25
They close clothes : SNAPS
27
These blaze, then grow dimmer : NOVAE
28
Use a lever : PRY
29
___ of heaven (ailanthus) : TREE
30
Dilapidated dobbins : NAGS
31
Jejunum's neighbor : ILEUM
32
Bebop band : COMBO
36
Officeholders : INS
37
Tend : SEETO
38
On this side of the moon : CISLUNAR
40
Stained : DYED
41
Guncotton, e.g. : NITRATE
43
Lesions : WOUNDS
44
McClain portrayer : ARNESS
45
Overcoat : RAGLAN
48
Lee, to Grant : ENEMY
49
Netman Dibbs : EDDIE
51
Declines : EBBS
52
Depend : RELY
53
157.5° from N : SSE
54
It gives a hoot : OWL
55
Bronx attraction : ZOO
56
Stockholm coin : ORE

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 4 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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