New York Times, Saturday, March 12, 1983

Author: Stout
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { F J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 263 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 11, XRef: 0
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© 1983, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Italian river : ARNO
5. More shameful : BASER
10. Valley : DALE
14. Garner : REAP
15. Have effect : INURE
16. Opposite of aloft : ALOW
17. Least of the least? : MINIMMINIM
19. Irritate : RILE
20. Town south of Lille : DOUAI
21. Curved sword : SCIMITAR
23. Oriental bird : MINA
25. Suit to ___ : ATEE
26. Greedy coloratura? : AVIDDIVA
30. Hindu religious writing : TANTRA
34. Walks through water : WADES
35. ___ Barkley, V.P. : ALBEN
37. Toupee, colloquially : RUG
38. Struggle : AGON
39. Wept : CRIED
40. Arrived : CAME
41. Operate : RUN
42. La Croce ___ (The Red Cross, in Roma) : ROSSA
43. Room for entertaining : SALON
44. Roundabout way : DETOUR
46. Where streetcars are sold? : TRAMMART
48. Ready for the reaper : RIPE
50. Lackluster : DRAB
51. Stratford's new star? : AVONNOVA
55. "___ Jimmy Valentine" : ALIAS
58. Nyoro peasants : HERA
59. Purple brew? : REGALLAGER
62. Quod ___ demonstrandum : ERAT
63. C'est ___ (That's a laugh!) : ARIRE
64. S. Pacific food plant : TARO
65. Cob or drake : MALE
66. Ben and Sue of films : LYONS
67. Thomas Hood's "Eugene ___" : ARAM
1. Branch : ARM
2. Whitelaw ___, journalist : REID
3. One-billionth: Comb. form : NANO
4. Poppy parlor : OPIUMDEN
5. Reputed "Fountain of Youth" site : BIMINI
6. Cuckoo : ANI
7. Phoenix five : SUNS
8. Low-branched evergreen shrub : ERICA
9. Paid up : REMITTED
10. Conn. town : DARIEN
11. Landed : ALIT
12. "Damn Yankees" role : LOLA
13. Water pitcher : EWER
18. "The ___," Genet play : MAIDS
22. Middle point : MEAN
24. People of Pannonia : AVARS
26. Edgar, e.g. : AWARD
27. Indefinite : VAGUE
28. "___ Care," 1905 song : IDONT
29. Tilted, as a ship : ALIST
31. Singing syllables : TRALA
32. Hearsay : RUMOR
33. Representative : AGENT
36. James ___, gourmet chef : BEARD
39. Army fourth-grader : CORPORAL
40. Nonharmonic note : CAMBIATA
42. Spoil completely : RUIN
43. Like Hop-o'-My-Thumb : SMALL
45. Elaborately decorated : ORNATE
47. An order of herbaceous plants : ARALES
49. Each one : EVERY
51. Throat-clearing sound : AHEM
52. Miles from Okla. : VERA
53. Like Sabin's vaccine : ORAL
54. Exchange premium : AGIO
56. Chinese gelatin : AGAR
57. Lab substances : SERA
60. Prince Valiant's son : ARN
61. Gypsy gentleman : ROM

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