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New York Times, Thursday, August 14, 1980

30-Across : " ... god of my ___" (Juliet re Romeo)

Author:
William Jarvis
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 39, Avg Word Len: 4.89, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 257 (avg 1.38)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 10, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
William Jarvis has 15 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1980, The New York TimesNo. 11,237
Across
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Burn : SCORCH
7
Secular : LAIC
11
Jaunty headgear : TAM
14
Planetarium apparatus : ORRERY
15
Word form with Chinese or European : INDO
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Collection of anecdotes : ANA
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Duck that sailed with Thor Heyerdahl : SINBAD
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Expression : MIEN
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"___ Magic," 1948 song : ITS
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Very filthy or corrupt : AUGEAN
22
Wildcat : OCELOT
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These could form a convoy : SEMIS
26
Composer Rorem : NED
28
Black jackets : ETONS
29
Explorer Tasman : ABEL
30
" ... god of my ___" (Juliet re Romeo) : IDOLATRY
32
Advice columnist : LANDERS
35
Where the shoebill flies : NILE
36
Material for a dobie man : TNT
37
Dolley Madison, ___ Payne : NEE
38
"Queen ___," Joan Crawford film : BEE
39
Baksheesh : TIP
42
Gyro follower : STAT
43
Endure : UNDERGO
45
Not domestic : IMPORTED
48
Gaseous element : NEON
49
Balzac book: 1832 : ADIEU
50
A Siamese twin : ENG
51
Lenin's predecessors : TSARS
52
Group in "The Corn is Green" : MINERS
54
Crease again : REFOLD
56
Day of the wk. : MON
57
Verdi opera : AIDA
59
Style of type : ITALIC
62
___, amas, amat : AMO
63
Diluted rum : GROG
64
Yellow and scarlet : FEVERS
65
Golfer David Graham's bpl. : NSW
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"To be," to Cicero : ESSE
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Forsyth's "The ___ File" : ODESSA
Down
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Andrea Doria signal : SOS
2
___ de coeur (passionate protest) : CRI
3
Bangle : ORNAMENT
4
Construct after destruction : REBUILD
5
Rugged cliffs : CRAGS
6
R.L.S. criminal : HYDE
7
Drew : LIMNED
8
American cuckoo : ANI
9
Concept: Comb. form : IDEO
10
Behind a blind : CONCEALED
11
Bushelman : TAILOR
12
Burton role : ANTONY
13
Junk parts : MASTS
21
Espresso additive : ANISETTE
23
Suffix meaning "little one" : ETTE
24
Quinine is one : SALT
25
Abba ___ : EBAN
27
Tennis star in the 30's : DONBUDGE
31
Claim of a sort : LIEN
33
Train : ENTOURAGE
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Hitchcock's "___ Window" : REAR
39
Levers on potters' wheels : TREADLES
40
Sikorsky : IGOR
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Her Met debut came in 1931 : PONS
42
Graf ___ : SPEE
44
Subjugate : ENSLAVE
45
Dialects : IDIOMS
46
Fish used as bait : MINNOW
47
Anger : ENRAGE
49
Jordanian capital : AMMAN
51
Lugged : TOTED
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Part of a salutation : SIRS
55
Inventory abbr. : FIFO
58
Kin of British bashes : DOS
60
Revenue org. : IRS
61
R. E. Lee's cause : CSA

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 1 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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