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Maura B. Jacobson
Maura B. Jacobson

New York Times, Tuesday, May 10, 1977

Author:
Maura B. Jacobson
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J X Z }, Scrabble score: 296 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 79, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Spans: 3, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
Maura B. Jacobson has 63 pre-Shortz puzzles and 3 Shortz Era puzzles in our database.
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© 1977, The New York TimesNo. 10,132
Across
1. Guys' partners : GALS
5. Flowers, for short : GLADS
10. Vessel for amontillado : CASK
14. "___ plenty of . . . " : IGOT
15. Book by D. S. Freeman : RELEE
16. Draft status : ONEA
17. Comforter of a sort : SECURITYBLANKET
20. Spears for Neptune : TRIDENTS
21. Break free : ESCAPE
22. Hippie dwellings : PADS
23. Drug acronym : ACTH
24. Execrates : ABHORS
27. Soprano Hunter of the Met : RITA
28. Basic principle : ABC
31. Seismologist's concern : QUAKE
32. Spanish surrealist : MIRO
33. Obi accessory : INRO
34. C.I.A., for one : UNDERCOVERGROUP
37. Abdominal acidity : ACOR
38. Done with : OVER
39. Speechify : ORATE
40. "Dombey and ___" : SON
41. Struck, in days of yore : SMIT
42. Spring blooms : IRISES
43. Film extra, for short : SUPE
44. Basic quantity : UNIT
45. Two-timer's liaison : AFFAIR
48. Arouse approval in : APPEALTO
52. Kinds of bees : QUILTINGPARTIES
54. Open knots : UNDO
55. More inflamed : SORER
56. Mayan and Mundane : ERAS
57. Take ___ the lam (flee) : ITON
58. William ___ Gladstone : EWART
59. Between Walter and Mare : DELA
Down
1. The heart of the matter : GIST
2. Antiquing device : AGER
3. Places : LOCI
4. Card game : STUDPOKER
5. Uses a millstone : GRINDS
6. Riga natives : LETTS
7. Khan et al. : ALYS
8. Junior Leaguer : DEB
9. Part of a radio set : SELECTOR
10. Relative of a whelk : CONCH
11. Singer Paul : ANKA
12. Trickle through : SEEP
13. Higham's book on Hepburn : KATE
18. Skittish steed : REARER
19. Dog star : ASTA
23. Frame for drying clothes : AIRER
24. Greenish blues : AQUAS
25. Con man's game : BUNCO
26. Wore : HADON
27. Metal bolt : RIVET
28. Celebes oxen : ANOAS
29. Beastly one : BRUTE
30. Handles successfully : COPES
32. Bergman product : MOVIE
33. Nettled : IRRITATED
35. Include or contain : COMPRISE
36. More gruesome : GORIER
41. Deuce to ace : SUIT
42. To a certain extent : INPART
43. Drawing room : SALON
44. Kind of cut or crust : UPPER
45. Here, in Honduras : AQUI
46. "Candid" cameraman : FUNT
47. Rover's colleague : FIDO
48. Taj Mahal city : AGRA
49. Cambio money : LIRE
50. River duck : TEAL
51. Pelion's legendary supporter : OSSA
53. At present : NOW

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 3 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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