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Will Weng
Will Weng

A LITTLE OF EVERYTHING

New York Times, Sunday, April 4, 1965

Author: Will C. Weng
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 162, Blocks: 86, Avg Word Len: 5.47, Missing: { J Q }, Scrabble score: 657 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 143, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 24
Will Weng has 24 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1965, The New York TimesNo. 5,726
Across Down
1. Evening star. : HESPER
7. Alp. : PEAK
11. Romanov. : CZAR
15. Vital fluid. : PLASM
20. Like a certain stitch. : INTIME
21. French pronoun. : ELLE
22. Puzzle. : REBUS
24. Small quantity. : OUNCE
25. Noisy dances. : STOMPS
26. Bright light. : NEON
27. Blot out. : ERASE
28. Isle of ___. : PINES
29. An impossibility, in physics or life. : SOMETHINGFORNOTHING
33. Kind of policy: Abbr. : INS
34. They are "called." : MANY
35. ___ now. : DOIT
36. Harness piece. : HAME
37. Word for a warrior. : DOUGHTY
39. Gift. : TALENT
41. Fruit in Tennyson title. : LOTOS
42. Tedium. : ENNUI
43. Trailers. : ALSORANS
46. Does a chair job. : CANES
47. Diminutive suffix. : CLE
48. Schiaparelli. : ELSA
51. ___ Cottage, in N. Y. : POE
52. Denver's zone: Abbr. : MST
53. English poet. : ROWE
54. Bridge support. : TRUSS
56. Month: Abbr. : AUG
57. Brushman. : ARTIST
59. Fribourg's neighbor. : BERN
60. Dickens character. : HEEP
61. "Hit Parade" list. : TOPTEN
64. Sailboats. : CATS
65. Stay put, as a ship. : LIETO
67. Indic language. : PALI
68. ___ la Cité. : ILEDE
69. A form of ethyl. : ENOL
70. Wholly. : ALLINALL
72. Meat-soaking brines. : MARINADES
76. Forms. : APPLICATIONBLANKS
79. Confluence of 8 states. : TENNESSEE
82. Bereft of spirit. : UNSOULED
83. Uses a shuttle. : TATS
87. Get around. : EVADE
88. Fargo's state: Abbr. : NDAK
90. Plainness. : PROSE
91. Prepare copy. : EDIT
92. Rumble. : TOUSLE
94. Good hole cards. : ACES
95. Aerial upright. : MAST
96. Boatel. : MARINA
98. Not spec. : REG
99. Old instrument. : REBEC
101. Hard ___. : CORE
102. Man from Munich: Abbr. : BAV
103. Poetic contraction. : OER
104. Pale. : ASHY
106. Entity: Suffix. : OME
107. Words of frustration. : ICANT
109. Places of penance. : CANOSSAS
111. Shinto gateway. : TORII
113. Wheat variety. : SPELT
114. Outlaw. : BANDIT
115. Divide, à la Gaul. : TRISECT
117. Honor: Ger. : EHRE
118. Foray. : RAID
119. Probes. : DIGS
122. Title for a judge: Abbr. : HON
123. Axiom in physics or politics. : NATUREABHORSAVACUUM
128. i.e., spelled out. : IDEST
130. Wield. : EXERT
131. Warp yarns. : ABBS
132. Turkish city. : ANKARA
133. Exploit. : GESTE
134. Recipient. : DONEE
135. Famous siren. : CLEO
136. Point maker. : SCORER
137. Watered. : HOSED
138. Colors. : REDS
139. Man of many melodies. : KERN
140. Affectionate, in Paris. : TENDRE
1. Crony of boo. : HISS
2. Study of insects: Abbr. : ENTOM
3. Mouthlike opening: Zool. : STOMA
4. Allspice. : PIMENTO
5. Companion of "full moon," musically speaking. : EMPTYARMS
6. Hebrew letter. : RESH
7. Long flags. : PENNONS
8. Writ against a debtor. : ELEGIT
9. Up. : ALOFT
10. Gambling game. : KENO
11. Scalloped, as a leaf. : CRENATE
12. Broadway star. : ZEROMOSTEL
13. Subsides. : ABATES
14. Carry the ball. : RUSH
15. Juvenile weapon. : POPGUN
16. Chez ___. : LUI
17. Destroyed. : ANNIHILATED
18. Get an inkling of. : SCENT
19. Disordered. : MESSY
23. Heidelberg glasses. : SEIDELS
30. Show sameness, for short. : IDENT
31. French river. : RHONE
32. It is not: Lat. : NONEST
38. Old viol. : GUE
40. Parts of races. : LASTLAPS
41. Fine fabric. : LAWN
43. Fast. : APACE
44. Pilot's aid. : LORAN
45. Begin earnestly. : SETTO
46. Monk's tonsure. : CORONA
47. Trophy. : CUP
49. Shoe material. : SUEDE
50. Saint of Jan. 21. : AGNES
53. Reserve. : RETICENCE
55. Settle a debt. : REIMBURSE
58. Friendly or Spice. : ISLANDS
59. Misrepresent. : BELIE
60. Arcs of light. : HALOS
62. Sty sound. : OINK
63. Do a wall. : PLASTER
66. Woes. : ILLS
67. Shoot idly at targets. : PLINK
71. Samoan spirits. : ATUAS
73. Assign. : ALLOT
74. Names akin to Rachel. : RAES
75. Popular. : INDEMAND
77. Marmalade ingredient. : PEEL
78. Want ___ of (shun). : NOPART
79. Prefix for gon or hedron. : TETRA
80. Carousers' cries, old style. : EVOES
81. Misbehavior. : NAUGHTINESS
84. Farewell. : ADIOS
85. Moth: Lat. : TINEA
86. Excels. : STARS
89. Made out. : DECIPHERED
93. Famous symphony. : EROICA
94. Log cabin name. : ABE
95. South of Sask. : MONT
97. Abstention. : AVOIDANCE
100. Threw off. : EMITTED
101. Emissary of Moses. : CALEB
102. Sea of the East Indies. : BANDA
105. Sailors' cries. : YOS
108. Wax salves. : CERATES
109. Cofferdam's cousin. : CAISSON
110. Hold fast. : STICKON
112. Let. : RENTED
113. Part of a prince's title. : SERENE
114. Seville resident. : BARBER
115. Drumstick's partner. : THIGH
116. Laramie event. : RODEO
118. White oak. : ROBLE
120. Lineman. : GUARD
121. More confident. : SURER
124. Wife: Lat. : UXOR
125. Drudge. : HACK
126. Prodigious. : VAST
127. Equine. : MARE
129. ___ Jeanne. : STE

Answer summary: 10 unique to this puzzle, 14 debuted here and reused later, 10 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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