Irene Smullyan
Irene Smullyan 

New York Times, Friday, February 8, 1985

Author: Irene Smullyan
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.25, Missing: { F J Q V W X Z }, Scrabble score: 270 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 83, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
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Across Down
1. St. Peter has one at St. Peter's : HALO
5. Domesticates : TAMES
10. Ashen : GRAY
14. Indigo : ANIL
15. Endure : ABIDE
16. African river : UELE
17. Item in a corset or a collar : STAY
18. Oregon or Santa Fe : TRAIL
19. G.I.'s ration in W.W. II : SPAM
20. Short wave? : PERM
21. Actress Anouk ___ : AIMEE
22. Ornamental pattern, in art : SEME
23. An appetizer : PERSIANMELON
26. Distillates of turpentine : ROSINS
29. Regimen : DIET
30. A.k.a. : ALIAS
31. Río de la ___ : PLATA
33. Form of communication? : ESP
36. An entree : SPANISHOMELETTE
39. Haw's partner : HEM
40. Aerial maneuvers : LOOPS
41. Kind of tube or sanctum : INNER
42. Stimulates, with "up" : PEPS
43. Staid : SEDATE
44. A dessert : DANISHPASTRY
49. Homer's "Odyssey," e.g. : EPIC
50. "___ war": F.D.R. : IHATE
51. Spar : MAST
55. Enjoy the warmth : BASK
56. Stendhal hero : SOREL
57. Pizarro victim : INCA
58. Corner : TREE
59. Type of sodium carbonate : TRONA
60. Glacial ridges : OSAR
61. Rumpus : STIR
62. Mexican gentleman : SENOR
63. Zola's courtesan : NANA
1. Metal fastener : HASP
2. Stake : ANTE
3. Ananias, e.g. : LIAR
4. Greek god : OLYMPIAN
5. A Turkic-speaking people : TATARS
6. Shelters, in Savoie : ABRIS
7. City in Dade County : MIAMI
8. Widow of Ernie Kovacs : EDIEADAMS
9. Variety of gypsum : SELENITE
10. Tailor's inserted piece : GUSSET
11. Drive off : REPEL
12. Tex. shrine : ALAMO
13. Middle Eastern republic : YEMEN
24. Stores grain : ENSILES
25. More crumbly or powdery : MEALIER
26. Reckless : RASH
27. Ancient leather flask : OLPE
28. Thailand, formerly : SIAM
31. Morning star : PHOSPHORE
32. Prune : LOP
33. Alcohol burner : ETNA
34. Printer's mark : STET
35. Marquette was one : PERE
37. Specious reasoners : SOPHISTS
38. Poem by Keats : ENDYMION
42. Harvester of a kind : PICKER
43. Like a stone pillar : STELAR
44. I.o.u.'s : DEBTS
45. Separated : APART
46. Japanese-American : NISEI
47. Older brother of Moses : AARON
48. Mem. of a pool : STENO
52. Handle for Hadrian : ANSA
53. Scrutinize : SCAN
54. Scarlett's home : TARA

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