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New York Times, Tuesday, May 4, 1982

Author:
Adams
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { H J Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 268 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 6, XRef: 2
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© 1982, The New York TimesNo. 11,865

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Students & seniors
Across
1. Embrace : ADOPT
6. Summon : CALL
10. Not many : FEW
13. Donkey : BURRO
14. Sphere : AREA
15. A hybrid : MULE
16. Downstairs : BELOW
17. Small amount : SCINTILLA
19. Wind, rain, etc. : ELEMENTS
21. Capture : COLLAR
22. Rainbow : IRIS
23. Antitoxins : SERA
24. Bit : MORSEL
27. Chip : SPLINTER
31. Like some towers : IVIED
32. Edible root : TARO
33. Car of yore : REO
34. Peat or Spanish follower : MOSS
35. "Olympia" painter : MANET
36. ___ animo (with evil content) : MALO
37. Dot on a French map : ILE
38. Ye ___ Coffee Shoppe : OLDE
39. Faults : VICES
40. Yields : CONCEDES
43. Abandon : DESERT
44. Egyptian idol of yore : APIS
45. Quartet member : BASS
46. With 49 Across, a proton : ATOMIC
49. See 46 Across : PARTICLE
53. Kind of weight or formula : MOLECULAR
55. Poem having 24 books : ILIAD
56. A stone for Jimmy Carter : OPAL
57. Speck : MOTE
58. "Beau ___" : GESTE
59. Boxer Norton : KEN
60. Raced : SPED
61. ___ gum, used in varnishes : ESTER
Down
1. Lane of songdom : ABBE
2. Twosome conflict : DUEL
3. Heraldic border : ORLE
4. "I do" and "I will" : PROMISES
5. Overshadowed, with "above" : TOWERED
6. Tosses : CASTS
7. Curves : ARCS
8. Welcome symbol in Oahu : LEI
9. Guinevere's paramour : LANCELOT
10. Mark on a fuel tank : FULL
11. Cinders of comics : ELLA
12. Fray : WEAR
15. Capital of Lombardy : MILAN
18. Anchor rings : TORI
20. Zero : NIL
23. Rampageous revelry : SPREE
24. Copy : MIMIC
25. Molding : OVOLO
26. Out of bed : RISEN
27. White ___, national monument in N.M. : SANDS
28. Tinge : TRACE
29. He goes where congers congregate : EELER
30. Perch : ROOST
32. Lore from old wives : TALES
35. Whits or bits : MODICUMS
36. Darts and arrows : MISSILES
39. Footstep, e.g. : VESTIGE
41. Caravan constituent : CAMEL
42. Typical De Mille film : EPIC
43. Nabokov novel : DAR
45. Exposed : BARED
46. Run ___ (riot) : AMOK
47. Small shark : TOPE
48. Pearl Buck heroine : OLAN
49. Snack spread : PATE
50. Chest for Cicero : CIST
51. Overdue : LATE
52. German river : EDER
54. Cut (off) : LOP

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

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