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New York Times, Thursday, April 24, 1980

Author: C. J. Angio
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J Q Y Z }, Scrabble score: 274 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 1
C. J. Angio has 93 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1980, The New York TimesNo. 11,125
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1. Secular clergyman of France : ABBE
5. Mad about a fad : RABID
10. "Middle-age-spread" material : FLAB
14. Engels's associate : MARX
15. Unisonally : ASONE
16. Opera laid in Egypt : AIDA
17. Writer Harte : BRET
18. Snowshoe strap : THONG
19. Rorschach item : BLOT
20. Battologizes : ITERATES
22. Chowchow : RELISH
24. Associate of Manet and Monet : DEGAS
25. "Father of French surgery" : PARE
26. Wilde's "___ of No Importance" : AWOMAN
28. Plants of the mustard family : RADISHES
32. Pass along : REFER
33. "And the ___, that infest the day" : CARES
34. "Bravo, Escamillo!" : OLE
35. Track figures : ODDS
36. Neighbor of Taurus : ARIES
37. Recumbent or truant : IDLE
38. Occasional follower of years : AGO
39. Tubby : OBESE
40. Fourth deadly sin : ANGER
41. What the F.P.C. and F.T.C. do : REGULATE
43. Minks' kin : OTTERS
44. El Bahr : NILE
45. Pass in a stately way : SWEEP
46. Chowchow : CUCKOO
49. Unselfish : GENEROUS
52. Jai ___ : ALAI
53. Like an ingenue : NAIVE
55. Gallic brainstorm : IDEE
56. Mountain lake : TARN
57. Flowering shrub or tree : ELDER
58. Flirt visually : OGLE
59. Trampled : TROD
60. Sir Patrick of ballad fame : SPENS
61. Oboist's purchase : REED
1. Word form with dextrous : AMBI
2. Football Starr : BART
3. Chow chow : BREEDOFDOG
4. What radicals go to : EXTREMES
5. Item needed by some chair persons : RATTAN
6. Pompeii's undoing : ASHES
7. Homophone for booze : BOOS
8. Auberge : INN
9. Corrupts : DEGRADES
10. Ade's "___ in Slang" : FABLES
11. Actress Damita : LILI
12. Brouhahas : ADOS
13. Hobohemia rarity : BATH
21. Chinese gelatin : AGAR
23. Discordia : ERIS
25. "Gay ___" : PAREE
26. Clamorous : AROAR
27. Item in Palmer's palms : WEDGE
28. Stud ploy : RAISE
29. Chowchow : HODGEPODGE
30. Aunt in "Oklahoma!" : ELLER
31. Cryptesthesia experts : SEERS
33. Mt. Ida's island : CRETE
36. Sources of mother-of-pearl : ABALONES
37. Dept. created in 1849 : INTERIOR
39. Chowchow : OLIO
40. Fit to ___ : ATEE
42. Harsh; cruel : UNKIND
43. Recipients of deeds : OWNERS
45. "Morning's at ___": Browning : SEVEN
46. Suffragist Carrie Chapman ___ : CATT
47. Suffix with cell : ULAR
48. "___ nome," Verdi aria : CARO
49. Nobelist in Literature: 1947 : GIDE
50. Ubangi feeder : UELE
51. Start a garden : SEED
54. Eiger is one : ALP

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