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New York Times, Thursday, September 9, 1982

Author:
Norman S. Wizer
Editor:
Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.74, Missing: { F J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 283 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 2, XRef: 2, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 2
Norman S. Wizer has 18 pre-Shortz puzzles and 14 Shortz Era puzzles in our database.
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© 1982, The New York TimesNo. 11,993

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Students & seniors
Across
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Nags : HARPS
6
Hermit or fiddler : CRAB
10
Hawaiian cloth : TAPA
14
Vigilant : ALERT
15
Famed Jesuit lexicographer : RALE
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Japanese gelatin : AGAR
17
Bottom : NADIR
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“Christians ___,” Broun-Britt work : ONLY
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Prink : PERK
20
Collection of maxims : GNOMOLOGY
22
Awaits : BIDES
23
Actress MacMahon : ALINE
24
Spanish gold : ORO
25
Prate : TATTLE
28
Typewriter parts : SPACERS
32
One of Hodges’ stars in 1969 : AGEE
33
Kind of drill or tire : PNEUMATIC
35
Ginza legal tender : SEN
36
Geometry problems : AREAS
37
Eastern title : AGA
38
Take apart for shipping : KNOCKDOWN
41
Informed about : UPON
42
Runs aground : STRANDS
43
Certain chair persons : CANERS
45
Morse resource : SOS
46
Move quickly : SPANK
48
Cabbage dish : KRAUT
51
Memory aids : MNEMONICS
55
Unless, to Brutus : NISI
56
Lope or trot : GAIT
57
Site for lots of bucks : RODEO
58
Wapitis : ELKS
59
Scruff : NAPE
60
Emmy or Tony : AWARD
61
Jerry of court fame : WEST
62
Consumer : USER
63
Bloke’s knappers : KNEES
Down
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Suspend : HANG
2
Hale or King : ALAN
3
Make over : REDO
4
Archbishop : PRIMATE
5
Amble : STROLL
6
Sing in a low, gentle tone : CROON
7
Word with gas or electric : RANGE
8
Associate : ALLY
9
Turkish title of respect : BEY
10
Soup thickener : TAPIOCA
11
Like fine brandy : AGED
12
Whittle away : PARE
13
Places of refuge : ARKS
21
Golf position : LIE
22
___ Stoker, “Dracula” author : BRAM
24
Work : OPUS
25
Chores : TASKS
26
Representative : AGENT
27
Course : TENOR
28
Playwright O’Casey : SEAN
29
Stockade : ETAPE
30
Severity : RIGOR
31
Examines by radar : SCANS
33
Companions of cons : PROS
34
Unused : NEW
36
Does sum work : ADDS
39
His reasons are false and misleading : CASUIST
40
Diamond hitch : KNOT
41
Like the planet Pluto before 1930 : UNKNOWN
43
Machine part : CAM
44
Arctic garb : ANORAK
46
Dowitcher : SNIPE
47
Arno or Nero : PETER
48
Homophone for 34 Down : KNEW
49
Anger: Colloq. : RILE
50
Inquires : ASKS
51
Venlo’s river : MAAS
52
Zoological suffix : IDAE
53
Part of a bird’s beak : CERE
54
Installs “outdoor carpeting” : SODS
56
Homophone for 34 Down : GNU

Answer summary: 1 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later.

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