New York Times, Friday, February 10, 1984

Author: John Greenman
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { Q W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 274 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
John Greenman has 52 pre-Shortz puzzles and 12 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Bombay noble : RAJA
5. ___ del Sol, Derby winner: 1982 : GATO
9. "When You Wish Upon ___" : ASTAR
14. Meccan magnate : AMIR
15. Suffix with class : ICAL
16. Emulate Zayak : SKATE
17. Tot's cry : MAMA
18. Avon produced one : BARD
19. Quoted : CITED
20. Shopping stops for pops and fops : HABERDASHERIES
23. Mirthful, in Lille : GAI
24. Pittypat or Polly : AUNT
25. Enshrined : TABERNACLED
30. Moccasin : PAC
33. Mad as a wet hen : IRATE
34. Sgts.' bosses : LTS
35. Festival : GALA
36. Land in Everest's shadow : TIBET
37. Word after "My country" : TIS
38. Blood bank's friend in need : DONOR
39. Employs : USES
40. Anchor part : ARM
41. Kostelanetz : ANDRE
42. Salt, in Savoie : SEL
43. Knock for a loop : FLABBERGAST
46. Bethlehem-bound group : MAGI
47. Arctic explorer : RAE
48. Pilocarpine sources : JABORANDITREES
55. Cry "Wolf!" : ALARM
56. Dresden article : EINE
57. Faucet debility : DRIP
59. Do a grammar assignment : PARSE
60. " . . . happily ___ after" : EVER
61. Gamble chips : ANTE
62. Gravelly ridge : ESKER
63. Bratty response : SASS
64. Southwestern sight : MESA
1. Aries symbol : RAM
2. Kowloon nurse : AMAH
3. Iwo ___ : JIMA
4. Ibn-Saud, e.g. : ARAB
5. "The Prophet" author : GIBRAN
6. Eastern Canada, once : ACADIA
7. Home in a Mitchell book : TARA
8. Seasoned seamen : OLDSALTS
9. Levitate : ASCEND
10. Evade an issue : SKIRT
11. Jacques of films : TATI
12. To ___ (right on target) : ATEE
13. Beatty film of 1981 : REDS
21. Heron's cousin : EGRET
22. Some of Manet's concerns : HUES
25. Andronicus : TITUS
26. Greet a new day : ARISE
27. Where confusion reigns : BABEL
28. Québec seasons : ETES
29. Scale : CLIMB
30. Bearlike beast : PANDA
31. Then, in Reims : ALORS
32. Inverted vee : CARET
35. Saucerlike bell : GONG
37. Interns : TRAINEES
38. Challenge-giver or accepter : DARER
40. Diatom : ALGA
43. Dairyman, e.g. : FARMER
44. Pickling fluids : BRINES
45. Banquet guests : EATERS
46. He starred on B'way in "How to Succeed . . . " : MORSE
48. Taunt : JAPE
49. End of a popular Stein line : ALAS
50. Kind of rind : BARK
51. Grace Bumbry, e.g. : DIVA
52. Balled cheese : EDAM
53. Coastal eagle : ERNE
54. What a juror does : SITS
58. Coal size : PEA

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