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New York Times, Thursday, April 16, 1987

49-Down : T. S. Eliot's "___ in the Cathedral"

Author:
R. S. Jones
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 4.90, Missing: { F J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 261 (avg 1.37)
Open Squares: 70, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 1
R. S. Jones has 11 known pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1987, The New York TimesNo. 13,673
Across
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Beluga's cousin : ORCA
5
Hood who wasn't bad : ROBIN
10
Use radar : SCAN
14
A tide : NEAP
15
Dancer Fred's sister : ADELE
16
Mah-jongg piece : TILE
17
M.V.P. at Ebbetts Field : CAMPANELLA
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Within: Prefix : ENDO
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Coming out : EMERGENT
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Tattled : TOLDON
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A son of Zeus : ARES
24
Andean country : CHILE
25
Florida's Saint ___ Canal : LUCIE
28
Corn unit : EAR
30
Household spirits : LARES
33
Antonym for fallen : ARISEN
35
Theater award : TONY
37
Actress Le Gallienne : EVA
38
Minute arachnid : MITE
39
Use a ladder for love's sake : ELOPE
41
Fast-talking : GLIB
42
Suffix for court or front : IER
43
Heraldic fur : PEAN
44
Moon craft : APOLLO
46
Like Coleridge's mariner : ALONE
48
Adjunct to 44 Across : LEM
50
Ridicule : ROAST
51
Bellini opera : NORMA
53
Preowned : USED
55
Sloth : ACEDIA
57
Ship's timber fastener : TREENAIL
61
Algid : COLD
62
Hit song in 1919 : DARDANELLA
64
River at Rennes : ILLE
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Red as ___ : ABEET
66
Hindu offshoot : SIKH
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Gogol's "___ Souls" : DEAD
68
Paris transit : METRO
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Rigil Kentaurus, e.g. : STAR
Down
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Story starter : ONCE
2
Paper quantity : REAM
3
Stained-glass joiner : CAME
4
Assess : APPRAISE
5
Hindu queen : RANEE
6
Fyn Island seaport : ODENSE
7
Mintaka, Alnilam and Alnitak, e.g. : BELT
8
Kind of wind : ILL
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Under, to Keats : NEATH
10
Dallas of filmdom : STELLA
11
Subject of "La Cenerentola" : CINDERELLA
12
Actor Ray : ALDO
13
Vegas light : NEON
18
Concur : AGREE
22
Unctuous : OILY
24
Riding whip : CROP
25
Vampire : LAMIA
26
An archangel : URIEL
27
Summer-theater circuit : CITRONELLA
29
Expiate : ATONE
31
" ... least of all ___": Bacon : EVILS
32
Brinker footwear : SABOT
34
Society-page word : NEE
36
A.F.T. rival : NEA
40
Tra-___ : LALA
41
Virtue : GOODNESS
43
Sprite : PERI
45
Dress carefully : PREEN
47
Caught a wink : NODDED
49
T. S. Eliot's "___ in the Cathedral" : MURDER
52
Palindromic title : MADAM
54
Defunct alliance : SEATO
55
Like some rain : ACID
56
Nat or Natalie : COLE
57
Waste allowance : TRET
58
Dismounted : ALIT
59
Author-actress Chase : ILKA
60
"Cowardly Lion" actor : LAHR
63
Fortas or Ribicoff : ABE

Answer summary: 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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