New York Times, Wednesday, March 2, 1983

Author: John Greenman
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { J Q U X Z }, Scrabble score: 265 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
John Greenman has 52 pre-Shortz puzzles and 12 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1983, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Part of a meet : EVENT
6. Tribunal of prelates : ROTA
10. Time unit in prosody : MORA
14. Spud : TATER
15. Augur : OMEN
16. Confess : AVOW
17. Regal accessory : TIARA
18. 1368–1644 dynasty : MING
19. A stone's throw away : NEAR
20. The Tony awards' eponym : ANTOINETTEPERRY
23. As well : TOO
24. Joplin output : RAG
25. Source of stability : ANCHOR
29. D.A.'s need : EVIDENCE
34. Sadness, to Spenser : DOLOR
35. Hymn finales : AMENS
36. Electrical unit : OHM
37. East Coast hwy. : RTEI
38. Hurl : SLING
39. Possibly a cherie : AMIE
40. Tea anagram : ETA
41. Post : STILT
42. Dieter's tormentor : SCALE
43. Mammal with a birdlike name : MONGOOSE
45. Tributary : FEEDER
46. Word with hole or rest : ARM
47. Halter's relative : BRA
48. Daughter of Francis I : MARIEANTOINETTE
57. Memorable Ladd : ALAN
58. Pfennig, e.g. : COIN
59. A.R.C. founder Barton : CLARA
60. Pigeon's neck feathers : MANE
61. "From ___ to Eternity" : HERE
62. Glacial deposit : ESKER
63. Karroolike : ARID
64. Pung or cutter : SLED
65. Quests : SEEKS
1. Comic-strip name : ETTA
2. Conceited : VAIN
3. Coup d'___ : ETAT
4. Rex's sleuth : NERO
5. Quisling : TRAITOR
6. Woo pitcher : ROMEO
7. Neglect : OMIT
8. Big top : TENT
9. Getting one's goat : ANGERING
10. Riding academy : MANEGE
11. Word with land or seas : OVER
12. Stadium sound : ROAR
13. Out of kilter : AWRY
21. Neither fish ___ fowl : NOR
22. Gear for a Giant : PADS
25. Pertinent : ADREM
26. ___ mention (besides) : NOTTO
27. Immaculate : CLEAN
28. ___ polloi : HOI
29. "Germinal" author's given name : EMILE
30. Part of an air conditioner : VENT
31. Roamer : NOMAD
32. Peru neighbor : CHILE
33. Saudi dignitary : EMEER
35. "The Greatest" et al. : ALIS
38. Tolerates : STOMACHS
39. Court point : ACE
41. Kind of subject : SORE
42. Their results might create a happy medium : SEANCES
44. Put on pounds : GAINED
45. Weekend's intro. : FRI
47. Studied, with "up" : BONED
48. "___ Can't Buy You Love," 1979 song : MAMA
49. Pteroid : ALAR
50. Hindu noblewoman : RANI
51. Coward : NOEL
52. Radial, e.g. : TIRE
53. Differently : ELSE
54. Total admission receipts : TAKE
55. Treacherous trip : TREK
56. Cochleae sites : EARS

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