Irene Smullyan
Irene Smullyan 

New York Times, Saturday, June 7, 1986

Author: Irene Smullyan
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 70, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.54, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 272 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 92, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 8, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
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© 1986, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Gone by : AGO
4. Elec. unit : AMP
7. Cruelty : SADISM
13. Brain ___ : TRUSTER
15. Zoroastrian scriptures : AVESTA
16. Like a Catton work : HISTORIC
18. Taut : TENSED
19. Relax : LETONESHAIRDOWN
21. Sheeplike : OVINE
22. Part of a runcible spoon : TINE
23. "Cherry ___," Herrick poem : RIPE
24. Northamptonshire river : NENE
25. The Swedish Nightingale : LIND
26. U.S. satellite : TIROS
27. Algeria's Grand ___ Oriental : ERG
28. Kind of meal or china : BONE
29. Musical forms : MOTETS
30. Small shark : TOPE
31. Quote : CITE
32. Thin : SPARSE
35. "The ___," Harry James hit : MOLE
36. Conditions : IFS
39. ___ acid, in apples : MALIC
40. City once called Lake's Crossing : RENO
41. Eat away : GNAW
42. "Aeneid" starter : ARMA
43. " . . . bearded like the ___": Shak. : PARD
44. Country singer Muldaur : MARIA
45. Behave formally : STANDONCEREMONY
48. Depends : HINGES
49. Begin : INITIATE
50. More of such people : ETALII
51. Calumny : SLANDER
52. Respectable : DECENT
53. Slithery one : EEL
54. Campus org. in the 60's : SDS
1. Urban district on the Shannon : ATHLONE
2. Niobe, e.g. : GRIEVER
3. Ejection : OUSTING
4. Observe Yom Kippur : ATONE
5. Garçon's "best friend" : MERE
6. Immaculate : PRISTINE
7. "Parade" composer : SATIE
8. State : AVER
9. Nerve-cell process : DENDRITE
10. Puy-de-Dôme town : ISSOIRE
11. Kitchen vessel : STEWPOT
12. "That devil's ___—War": R. W. Service : MADNESS
14. Rosetta ___ : STONE
17. Backbone : CHINE
20. Song from "A Chorus Line" : AND
25. Writer de Vega : LOPE
26. Lug : TOTE
28. Pear named for a naturalist : BOSC
29. Minderbinder of "Catch-22" : MILO
30. Kind of spider : TRIANGLE
31. Abridge : CONDENSE
32. Under the alfluence of incohol : SMASHED
33. Divided : PARTITE
34. Calendar, and more : ALMANAC
35. Thanks, to de Gaulle : MERCI
36. Progress of a sort : INROADS
37. Experienced a syncope : FAINTED
38. Some of Sammy Kaye's fans : SWAYERS
40. Managed : RAN
41. Urchin : GAMIN
43. Assert : POSIT
44. Bismuth, e.g. : METAL
46. Your, in Bonn : DEIN
47. Get one's goat : RILE

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