New York Times, Saturday, March 31, 1984

Author:Brett A. Blaylock
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { K Q V Y }, Scrabble score: 290 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 4, XRef: 0
Brett A. Blaylock has 8 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Where Zeno taught : STOA
5. City in Lombardy : MILAN
10. Wife, to Cicero : UXOR
14. All: Comb. form : PANT
15. Wazhazhe tribe : OSAGE
16. Anagram for rode : REDO
17. Geometer from Syracuse : ARCHIMEDES
19. Freshly : ANEW
20. A.F.C. team : STEELERS
21. Transcripts : TENORS
23. River in England : NENE
24. Befuddle : MIXUP
25. Brute : SADIST
28. Wraps up : FINISHES
31. On the Red : ASEA
32. " . . . ___ and arrows . . . " : SLINGS
34. Master : ACE
35. Paints : LIMNS
37. Follower of broad or pole : AXE
38. Mortise adjacency : TENON
40. Tokugawa shogunate's capital : EDO
41. Roundup aides : HAZERS
44. Declare, in pinochle : MELD
45. Celebrated dialectician : SOCRATES
47. Approaches, with "in" : CLOSES
49. Lets : RENTS
50. Well disciplined : TAUT
51. Couple : JOINER
53. Most maudlin : CORNIEST
57. Spanish demonstrative : ESTA
58. Early atomic theorist : ANAXAGORAS
60. Styptic : ALUM
61. A sea was named for him : CARIB
62. Historic caravel : NINA
63. Pry : NOSE
64. Salad days : TEENS
65. Haruspex : SEER
1. Soda fountains in N.E. : SPAS
2. Biting : TART
3. Head of a tale : ONCE
4. Plato was one : ATHENIAN
5. Twinklings : MOMENTS
6. Grenoble's river : ISERE
7. Lassies' partners : LADS
8. Golden or Gilded follower : AGE
9. Nidification : NESTING
10. Father of Cronus : URANUS
11. Eleatic philosopher : XENOPHANES
12. Czech-Polish river : ODER
13. Dust-ups : ROWS
18. Corse and d'Yeu : ILES
22. "From whom we do ___ . . . ": Shak. : EXIST
24. His discoveries may be major : MINER
25. Turnover : SALES
26. " . . . I say, not ___" : ASIDO
27. "The Laughing Philosopher" : DEMOCRITUS
28. Sets : FIXES
29. School, in Avignon : ECOLE
30. Issues : SENDS
33. Vegetates : LAZES
36. Novel by Jack Schaefer : SHANE
39. Heartstrings : EMOTIONS
42. Draw : ATTRACT
43. Egyptian talismans : SCARABS
46. Change a title : RENAME
48. Respirator : LUNG
50. Ricin or ptomaine : TOXIN
51. Genet or Gabin : JEAN
52. King Harald III's creation : OSLO
53. Charge : CARE
54. A "long tail" : ERIE
55. Logical : SANE
56. Tolstoy's sovereign : TSAR
59. "___ man can tether time or tide": Burns : NAE

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