New York Times, Friday, May 13, 1983

Author:Fraas
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.43, Missing: { H J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 260 (avg 1.37)
Open Squares: 86, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 6, XRef: 0
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© 1983, The New York Times
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1. Oriental temple : PAGODA
7. Man has 12 of these : MOLARS
13. Throwback : ATAVIST
15. Site of N.T. events : GALILEE
16. Pleated drapery : VALANCE
17. Windflower : ANEMONE
18. Building wing : ELL
19. Biting insect : GALLINIPPER
21. Cup-to-lip mishap : SLIP
23. Typewriter rollers : PLATENS
24. Contend : VIE
26. Pitcher : EWER
27. Caught : GOT
30. Book of sacred songs : PSALTER
33. Excludes an LL.B. : DISBARS
36. Toughen : ANNEAL
37. Kim Hunter's role in "A Streetcar . . . " : STELLA
38. Muscle for a good turn : ROTATOR
40. Mutt, compared to Jeff : SMALLER
41. Coll. degrees : ABS
42. Trapper's trophy : PELT
44. Unite : TIE
45. Do the town : STEPOUT
48. Brontë heroine : EYRE
51. Hodgepodge : GALLIMAUFRY
55. Succeeded : WON
56. Gold-colored alloys : OROIDES
57. Most abysmal, as weather : FOULEST
59. Shirtwaist, for one : GARMENT
60. Mineral-rich area of Europe : SILESIA
61. Harvard, among U.S. colleges : OLDEST
62. "Gentlemen, be ___" : SEATED
1. ___ the way (facilitates) : PAVES
2. In any way : ATALL
3. Roves : GALLIVANTS
4. Egg cells : OVA
5. Bell sound : DING
6. Music org. : ASCAP
7. Preciosity : MANNERISM
8. Liquid portion of fat : OLEIN
9. Hobbles : LIMPS
10. Hanging over on one side : ALOP
11. Philosopher Descartes : RENE
12. Crystal gazer : SEER
14. Check checker : TELLER
15. Describing trotters or pacers : GAITED
20. Gresham's ___ : LAW
22. Birds' pates : PILEA
25. Coup d'___ : ETAT
27. Into total disorder : GALLEYWEST
28. Heraldic border : ORLE
29. Autocrat : TSAR
30. Money in Belgrade : PARA
31. Smugly superior person : SNOB
32. Runaway trip to a J.P. : ELOPEMENT
34. Stabilizer: Comb. form : STAT
35. Contradict : BELIE
39. Meal : REPAST
40. Surfeits : STUFFS
43. Piniella or Costello : LOU
45. Viscous mud : SLIME
46. Flood and neap : TIDES
47. Ménage à ___ : TROIS
49. W.W. II riveter : ROSIE
50. Inward: Anat. : ENTAD
51. Spirited or aggressive : GOGO
52. Asiatic sea : ARAL
53. Alfred, ___ Tennyson : LORD
54. Christmastide : YULE
58. Pasture : LEA

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