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New York Times, Tuesday, April 10, 1979

Author:
Judson G. Trent
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 261 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
Judson G. Trent has 51 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1979, The New York TimesNo. 10,745
Across
1. Part of C.O.D. : CASH
5. Six-pt. plays on the gridiron : TDS
8. Newspaper notices : OBITS
13. Flask for Epicurus : OLPE
14. City (anagram for Arno) : ORAN
16. Turnip, in Toulon : NAVET
17. Bow maker : TIER
18. Ovid's real name : NASO
19. World jurist Root : ELIHU
20. Wonderland party : TEA
21. Without inspection : SIGHTUNSEEN
23. Bobby-soxers' footwear : ANKLETS
25. Disquiet : UNEASE
26. Where the Boyne flows : EIRE
27. Light refractor : PRISM
28. Ivan's trade : UKASE
30. Tolkien creatures : ENTS
31. Approximately : SAY
34. Gnat, rat or brat : PEST
35. Step : PHASE
37. Emilie's friend : AMIE
38. At all : ANY
39. Catafalque's cousin : BIER
40. "How sweet and fair she ___ to be": Waller : SEEMS
41. Calyx part : SEPAL
42. Columnist Wilson : EARL
43. Correlative : EITHER
45. Develops, as a plot : UNFOLDS
48. Esthetically excellent : INGOODTASTE
50. Dadaist's interest : ART
51. Suntan-lotion ingredient : SALOL
52. Luck, in Lyon : HEUR
53. Mercyhurst College site : ERIE
54. "Feed ___ . . . " : ACOLD
55. Hurting : SORE
56. Pahoehoe or aa : LAVA
57. Facing a glacier : STOSS
58. "Bill ___ and Boomerang" : NYE
59. Stanch : STEM
Down
1. Terra ___ : COTTA
2. ___ and Sedition Acts: 1798 : ALIEN
3. "Hush joint" of the 20's : SPEAKEASY
4. "Take ___, She's Mine," 1961 play : HER
5. Blaster's explosive : TONITE
6. Grows boring : DRAGS
7. Casement : SASH
8. Integrity or harmony : ONENESS
9. Fragrant fir : BALSAM
10. Clinging vines : IVIES
11. Giggle : TEHEE
12. Daze : STUN
15. Highway sign : NOTURNS
21. Withered : SERE
22. Wed : UNITE
24. Register : LIST
27. Bizet's "The ___ Fishers" : PEARL
28. "___ Lazy River" (old song) : UPA
29. Singleton or Boyer : KEN
31. Be suspicious : SMELLARAT
32. Intention : AIM
33. Oui in Orléans : YES
35. Trimmed, as slipcovers : PIPED
36. Firesides : HEARTHS
37. Pertaining to flight: Prefix : AERO
39. Watches : BEHOLDS
40. Pelf protector : SAFE
41. Milkmaids' perches : STOOLS
42. Lobster thermidor, for one : ENTREE
43. Legislate : ENACT
44. Aleut's hogan : IGLOO
45. Loan shark's specialty : USURY
46. Riverside, in N.Y.C. : DRIVE
47. Roller or boat : STEAM
48. "A miss ___ good . . . " : ISAS
49. Period that appears endless : AEON
53. These rumble over Chi. : ELS

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

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