New York Times, Friday, April 15, 1983

Author: Carduff
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { J Q }, Scrabble score: 321 (avg 1.72)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
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© 1983, The New York Times
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1. African republic : MALI
5. Use a strigil : SCRAPE
11. Charleston is its cap. : WVA
14. Soon : ANON
15. A hair, to Pierre : CHEVEU
16. "___ So Fine," 1963 song : HES
17. Start of a quotation from Tiberius on heavy taxes : ITISTHEPART
19. High-school subj. : ENG
20. Perceives, in a way : INTUITS
21. Nine: Comb. form : ENNEA
23. Wood chipper : ADZ
24. Athlete with a javelin : THROWER
26. Quotation: Part II : OFAGOODSHEPHERD
31. Cow catcher : ROPER
32. What moon, June and spoon do : RHYME
33. Former hubbies, e.g. : EXES
34. French fears : PEURS
35. Yemeni city : SANA
39. Rank : CLASS
40. Blank-verse feet : IAMBS
41. Quotation: Part III : TOSHEARHISFLOCK
46. Soho trifle : HAPENNY
47. Make lace : TAT
48. Apply strenuously : EXERT
49. Meara's husband : STILLER
53. Sun follower : TAN
54. End of quotation : NOTTOFLAYIT
58. Deed : ACT
59. Jazz pianist Garner : ERROLL
60. Game of chance : KENO
61. ___ Paulo, Brazil : SAO
62. Egg custard : ROYALE
63. Mini-maelstrom : EDDY
1. ___, juin, juillet : MAI
2. Prefix with freeze or hero : ANTI
3. Choice cut : LOIN
4. By degrees : INSTAGES
5. Split: Comb. form : SCHIZO
6. Atkins or Huntley : CHET
7. Hse. mates : REPS
8. Actress Gardner : AVA
9. ___ diem : PER
10. Muse of music : EUTERPE
11. "___ Were Very Young": Milne : WHENWE
12. Surface elegance : VENEER
13. The Norse Olympus : ASGARD
18. English dynasty : TUDOR
22. Japanese drama : NOH
24. Satyrs' staffs : THYRSI
25. Lines of interest to milady : HEMS
26. Mispickel or pyrite : ORE
27. Reynard : FOX
28. Murderer in the Rue Morgue : APE
29. Dismal : DREARY
30. Librarian's reproof : SHUSH
34. Blueprint, e.g. : PLAN
35. The Dead Sea is one : SALTLAKE
36. "I love," to Mr. Chips : AMO
37. Network initials : NBC
38. Invite : ASK
39. Metric unit of weight : CENTNER
40. "___ to Pieces" (Patsy Cline hit) : IFALL
41. Greek letters : THETAS
42. Mexican state : OAXACA
43. Pound's "A Lume ___" : SPENTO
44. "Rings on ___ fingers . . . " : HER
45. Suppress : STIFLE
49. Greek portico : STOA
50. Kind of road or call : TOLL
51. Hundred-___ Argus : EYED
52. Melon feature : RIND
55. Gold, to Guillermo : ORO
56. Test : TRY
57. Bauble : TOY

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