New York Times, Thursday, March 1, 1984

Author:A. J. Santora
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 46, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { F J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 246 (avg 1.37)
Open Squares: 65, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 4, XRef: 1
A. J. Santora has 111 pre-Shortz puzzles and 68 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Pen" name : ALIAS
6. Huxtable or Rehan : ADA
9. Swabbie : GOB
12. Melville book : MARDI
13. "___ et non," Abélard compilation : SIC
14. This stack'll crackle : PYRE
15. Sensational miler : STEVESCOTT
18. Soviet river : URAL
19. A.L. batting leader: 1980 : GEORGEBRETT
21. Lamentations : PLAINTS
24. Des ___, Iowa : MOINES
25. Certain sci-fi hostiles : ALIENS
26. Alternate for "opera" : OPUSES
27. Star from Virginia : GEORGECSCOTT
30. Operated : RAN
31. Small island : AIT
32. A.E.S. was one : DEM
35. Conference site in N.H.: 1944 : BRETTONWOODS
41. Light carriage : CALASH
43. Henley activity : OARING
44. Mouth and hand instruments : ORGANS
45. In proportion : PRORATA
47. Memorable star from Ireland : GEORGEBRENT
49. Precious : RARE
50. Sensational miler : STEVEOVETT
55. Greek letters : ETAS
56. Occupy : USE
57. Commuter : RIDER
58. Episcopacy : SEE
59. Eur. plane : SST
60. Ugly : NASTY
1. Forenoons, for short : AMS
2. Caesar's lang. : LAT
3. Anger : IRE
4. Kind of phr. : ADV
5. Surrounding a fort : SIEGING
6. Neckwear : ASCOT
7. Some stylish creations : DIORS
8. Prof. of 27 Across : ACTG
9. Leatherneck : GYRENE
10. Emulates Isocrates : ORATES
11. Sun and Bible : BELTS
14. Stickler re diction, etc. : PURIST
16. Hearing, for one : SENSE
17. Beat : TEMPO
20. Contest : BOUT
21. Petition : PLEA
22. "In Winter" cat : LION
23. Word form for "gas" : AER
25. D.C. Cabinet post : AGR
26. Cicero's VIII : OCTO
28. Notre Dame is one: Abbr. : CATH
29. Command to Fido : SIT
32. Porter's "Let's ___": 1928 : DOIT
33. Novelist Ferber : EDNA
34. Teleg., for one : MSG
35. Tantaras : BLARES
36. Resounded : RANG
37. Predecessors of tees : ESSES
38. Misanthrope's love? : NOONE
39. Like Warsaw 40 years ago : WARTORN
40. Domesday Book money : ORA
41. Devise : CREATE
42. Marketplaces in old Greece : AGORAE
44. Snarly giants : OGRES
45. Squeeze : PRESS
46. Wall an incline : REVET
48. Abbr. used in air conditioning : BTUS
51. Roma's ___ Appia : VIA
52. Ames and Ott : EDS
53. Hanoi holiday : TET
54. Give it a go : TRY

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