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Bernice Gordon
Bernice Gordon

New York Times, Saturday, August 18, 1979

Author: Bernice Gordon
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 279 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 79, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Spans: 3, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 4
Bernice Gordon has 126 pre-Shortz puzzles and 21 Shortz Era puzzles in our database.
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© 1979, The New York TimesNo. 10,875
Across Down
1. Play tricks : JAPE
5. Test one's moral fiber : TEMPT
10. TV's Parker : FESS
14. Gulf of ___ : ADEN
15. ___-propre (self-esteem) : AMOUR
16. Mideastern republic since 1958: Var. : IRAK
17. Italian physician and educator: 1870–1952 : MARIAMONTESSORI
20. Junctions of the skull : BREGMATA
21. Has dinner at home : EATSIN
22. Eight furlongs : MILE
23. Amphibians : EFTS
24. Massenet opera : ARIANE
27. Amerind of Manitoba : CREE
28. Handle clumsily : PAW
31. ___ Domingo : SANTO
32. Evening, in Paris : SOIR
33. Legal offenses : MALA
34. Head of the "Flying Tigers" : CLAIRECHENNAULT
37. Suffix used in names of acids : OLIC
38. Geological divisions : ERAS
39. Central Caucasian : OSSET
40. Son of Odin : TYR
41. Narrow valley : GLEN
42. Henrik and family : IBSENS
43. Theater section : LOGE
44. Snick's partner : SNEE
45. More irritable : EDGIER
48. Closes, as a passage : OCCLUDES
52. Author of "Has Man a Future?": 1961 : BERTRANDRUSSELL
54. Poet translated by FitzGerald : OMAR
55. Marsh birds : SORAS
56. U.S. satellite : ESSA
57. Time when many "punch in" : NINE
58. Figure : SHAPE
59. Distort or distorted : SKEW
1. What a door is in : JAMB
2. Month on an Israeli's calendar : ADAR
3. Balzac's "Le ___ Goriot" : PERE
4. Puzzling : ENIGMATIC
5. Mexican fare : TAMALE
6. Act like Duse : EMOTE
7. Freeman of the screen : MONA
8. Stock option : PUT
9. Arborescent plant : TREEFERN
10. Ring weapons : FISTS
11. Youngest of the gods : EROS
12. Draped garment : SARI
13. The depth of beauty : SKIN
18. Musical key : AMINOR
19. Cloy : SATE
23. Canal, city and lake : ERIES
24. Broad necktie : ASCOT
25. Mass meeting, sometimes peppy : RALLY
26. "The bombs bursting ___" : INAIR
27. Composer of "Over There" : COHAN
28. Intermission : PAUSE
29. Mel or Hervey : ALLEN
30. Pianist André : WATTS
32. Rocky debris : SCREE
33. Workers in certain parlors : MASSEUSES
35. Submerged marine plant : EELGRASS
36. Coveted annual prizes, for short : NOBELS
41. Church or theater following : GOER
42. Formed by stamping : INCUSE
43. British quart : LITRE
44. Abandon a project : SCRAP
45. "Heaven's ___ vault . . . ": Shelley : EBON
46. Kind of john : DEMI
47. Pilastro or Paradiso : GRAN
48. The Oder, to Czechs : ODRA
49. Rolltop : DESK
50. If not : ELSE
51. Side dish : SLAW
53. Japanese dance-drama : NOH

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle, 2 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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