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New York Times, Thursday, June 11, 1981

Author: C. J. Angio
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { F H J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 246 (avg 1.33)
Open Squares: 60, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Spans: 1, 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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© 1981, The New York TimesNo. 11,538
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1. ___ bleu (learned woman) : BAS
4. Where to get a gimlet : BAR
7. Kind of business : RISKY
12. One of two on a schooner : MAST
13. Show senility : DOTE
14. Job for an emcee : INTRO
15. B'way acronym : ANTA
16. What fans do : ROOT
17. Father of Troilus : PRIAM
18. Patsy on a warship? : CARRIERPIGEON
21. Dancer in "Peer Gynt" : ANITRA
22. Entered a dash : RAN
23. Blarney-stone kisser's gift : GAB
26. Nabob's bankroll : WAD
27. Small sayings that say much : ADAGES
30. Sculptor Pratt: 1867–1917 : BELA
31. Pitman specialist, for short : STENO
32. Juliet's betrothed : PARIS
33. Tailor's lobby? : VESTEDINTERESTS
38. Toward the caboose : AREAR
39. R.N., at times : EASER
40. Delta material : SILT
41. Like a martinet : STRICT
43. Group in a Barbara Eden TV program : PTA
46. Bancha is one : TEA
47. Coral of a lobster : ROE
48. Plunkett-to-Chester play : AERIAL
50. He never reigns but he pores? : STUDENTPRINCE
54. Type of reader : BASAL
56. Fodder plant : TARE
57. "___ horse!" : GETA
58. The chosen few : ELITE
59. Relative of a foil : EPEE
60. O'Neill character : ORIN
61. Opera prop : SPEAR
62. Entertainer Charles : RAY
63. Huge legendary Arabian bird : ROC
1. Split ingredient : BANANA
2. Dramatic soprano Varnay : ASTRID
3. Follower of head or red : START
4. He's no smash at a bash : BOOR
5. Where a spire sits : ATOP
6. Advice to one who is superannuated : RETIRE
7. Age, as cheese : RIPEN
8. Purse for a geisha : INRO
9. Scorpions' weapons : STINGERS
10. Croo monkey : KRA
11. ___ Kippur : YOM
12. Harsh-voiced parrot : MACAW
13. Inspiring awe : DREADED
19. More incensed : IRATER
20. What people in some pools save : GAS
24. Finished hang gliding : ALIT
25. Striped swimmer : BASS
28. Keelbill : ANI
29. His goose is cooked : GONER
30. Bugs ___, memorable columnist : BAER
31. E.r.a., to Guidry : STAT
32. Past; beyond: Prefix : PRETER
33. Like the cosmos : VAST
34. Extinct Indian group : ERIE
35. Erstwhile Ethiopian emperor : SELASSIE
36. ___ chi, Oriental martial art : TAI
37. Dragnet foiler : ESCAPEE
41. Lawn lover's purchase : SOD
42. Wobble : TEETER
43. Mrs. Tanqueray's creator : PINERO
44. Ploy : TACTIC
45. " . . . ___ and hungry look" : ALEAN
47. Straightedge : RULER
49. Extreme hardship : RIGOR
51. Toodle-oo : TATA
52. Soft leather : NAPA
53. Three-spot : TREY
54. Egyptian god of pleasure : BES
55. Eisenhut, e.g. : ALP

Answer summary: 1 debuted here and reused later, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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