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New York Times, Friday, March 27, 1987

Author:
Rhonda Kraus
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.28, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 268 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 76, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 5, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
Rhonda Kraus has 38 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1987, The New York TimesNo. 13,653

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Students & seniors
Across
1
A sign of spring : CROCUS
7
Flat bottles : FLASKS
13
Appraise anew : REVALUE
15
Chocolate delight : BROWNIE
16
Everlasting : ETERNAL
17
John and Yoko : LENNONS
18
Louis of the Knicks : ORR
19
Manhattan parts : AVENUES
21
Diminutive suffix : ULA
22
Paton's "Too ___ the Phalarope" : LATE
24
Levels : EVENS
25
Article : ITEM
26
Sedan school : ECOLE
28
Triple this for a wine : EST
29
More than plump : OBESE
30
Period : EPOCH
32
Ocean floors : SEABEDS
34
Response to a charge : PLEA
36
Barasingh, e.g. : DEER
37
Malleability : PLIANCY
40
Colonial newscaster : CRIER
43
" . . . ___ the lily": Shak. : PAINT
44
Four before gee : CEE
46
City SW of Madras : SALEM
48
Rundle : RUNG
49
Roofer : BOARD
51
Old patriarch : NASI
52
Grand ___ Opry : OLE
53
Seats for heads of bolts : WASHERS
55
Wife of Amen-Ra : MUT
56
Andre Watts, for one : PIANIST
58
Londoner's break : TEATIME
60
"Gentlemen, start your ___!" : ENGINES
61
Respectful private : SALUTER
62
"Sagged and ___ . . . ": V. Lindsay : REELED
63
Hinders : DETERS
Down
1
La. cooking style : CREOLE
2
Go back over : RETRACE
3
Surpass : OVERTOP
4
Kind of barn : CAR
5
Fibula's upper counterpart : ULNA
6
Urbane : SUAVE
7
Releases : FREES
8
Two Chaneys : LONS
9
Grain beard : AWN
10
Like a tapir's face : SNOUTED
11
Lacking family : KINLESS
12
Seed for seasoning : SESAME
14
Pupil in 26 Across : ELEVE
15
Dulled : BLUNTED
20
"The Untouchables" character : NESS
23
Former Gretna Green activity : ELOPING
25
Native of ancient Hispania : IBERIAN
27
Panache : ECLAT
29
German waiters: Colloq. : OBERS
31
Brooder : HEN
33
N.R.C.'s predecessor : AEC
35
Confronts : ACCOSTS
37
Film critic Kael : PAULINE
38
Roots : LINEAGE
39
Slangy agreement : YEAH
41
Babylonian's neighbor : ELAMITE
42
He makes a new start : RESUMER
43
Meet : PROPER
45
Palestine, to Israelis : ERETS
47
Tall caps : MITERS
49
Formed a foundation : BASED
50
Angst : DREAD
53
Médoc or pinot : WINE
54
Vendition : SALE
57
Nothing : NIL
59
Word of disapproval : TUT

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 5 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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