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New York Times, Friday, August 12, 1983

Author:
Margaret W. Huskey
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { Q V W X }, Scrabble score: 275 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Spans: 3, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 3
Margaret W. Huskey has 19 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1983, The New York TimesNo. 12,330

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Across
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"Hath ___ money?": Shylock : ADOG
5
Minnelli et al. : LIZAS
10
Oriental nurse : AMAH
14
___ War, famed horse : MANO
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Old-womanish : ANILE
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Composer of "Le Roi d'Ys" : LALO
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Oil, in Olot : OLEO
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Hawaiian's open-sided living room : LANAI
19
One of the Waltons : ERIN
20
First English commander to see the Pacific : SIRFRANCISDRAKE
23
Comfort : EASE
24
Unqualified : UTTER
25
Tends : MINDS
28
Despots : TSARS
31
Ratite bird : EMEU
32
Scold : BERATE
34
Workroom : LAB
37
Spanish explorer of Upper California : GASPARDEPORTOLA
40
Danish district : AMT
41
Diaskeuast : EDITOR
42
School founded in 1701 : YALE
43
Onagers : ASSES
44
Fervency : ARDOR
45
Race: Comb. form : ETHNO
48
Minnesota clinic : MAYO
50
Discoverer of Florida: 1513 : JUANPONCEDELEON
57
Author Wortman : ELMO
58
Thanks, in Tours : MERCI
59
A. A. Fair's real first name : ERLE
60
Kaolin, e.g. : CLAY
61
Decree : ENACT
62
Singer Ed from Boston : AMES
63
Part of a teller's stack : TENS
64
Eelworms : NEMAS
65
Hackneys : NAGS
Down
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O.T. book : AMOS
2
Painter of stunted pines : DALI
3
Unique object : ONER
4
Made a boo-boo : GOOFEDUP
5
Song refrains : LALAS
6
Pointless : INANE
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Bluish-white element : ZINC
8
Russian range : ALAI
9
Six, in Sevilla : SEIS
10
Puts on guard : ALERTS
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French revolutionist : MARAT
12
Equally : ALIKE
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Cutler, at times : HONER
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Cape : RAS
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"Four Apostles" painter : DURER
25
Prefix with cycle or ton : MEGA
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Moslem title : IMAM
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Cozy place : NEST
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Allowances once given by weighers of commodities : TRETS
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Sodium soap : SAPO
30
Suffix with origin : ATOR
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On which B's slide : BRDS
33
An Adams : EDIE
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Firearm charge : LOAD
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Reversal: Comb. form : ALLO
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Boxer Max ___ : BAER
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Greek fabulist : AESOP
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One of the Austrians : TYROLEAN
43
Irritates : ANNOYS
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Always, in poesy : AYE
45
Banish : EJECT
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Fine net : TULLE
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Persian foe of the Jews : HAMAN
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Moslems' holy city : MECCA
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Entrances for miners : ADITS
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Sign : OMEN
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Hawaiian goose : NENE
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Stuff : CRAM
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Writer Bombeck : ERMA
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Designer Cassini : OLEG
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Early TV hero : NESS

Answer summary: 3 unique to this puzzle, 6 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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