New York Times, Friday, June 10, 1983

Author:Fennessy
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 289 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 85, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 3, XRef: 0 Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry.
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© 1983, The New York Times
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1. Nolan Ryan is one : ASTRO
6. Sept : CLAN
10. Church recess : APSE
14. Steeped in dignity : STAID
15. Unusual : RARE
16. Elvers' elders : EELS
17. Toleration : SUFFERANCE
19. Mode of movement : GAIT
20. Pronghorns : ANTELOPES
21. Homeric witch : CIRCE
22. Picture puzzle : REBUS
23. Windbag : GASSER
24. N.E. soda fountain : SPA
27. Arabic word for hill : TEL
28. Glee : MIRTH
29. Hanger on Tara's walls : HARP
31. Used : SECONDHAND
35. Eye socket : ORBIT
37. Kind of buoy : NUN
38. Prefix with vision : SUPER
39. This measures angles : PROTRACTOR
42. Time for Roman vespers : SERA
43. Pass through a block : REEVE
44. How the weasel goes : POP
46. Name of Columbo's basset : DOG
47. Petition for help : INVOKE
49. Absorb : SOPUP
51. Pope Saint ___: 283–96 : CAIUS
52. Author of "Christabel" : COLERIDGE
56. Sums: Abbr. : AMTS
57. Lewd : LIBIDINOUS
58. Topper's St. Bernard : NEAL
59. Western Indians : UTES
60. Bind or constrict : STRAP
61. Three spot : TREY
62. Rudiment : GERM
63. Actress Grimes : TAMMY
1. "The law is a ___ idiot": Dickens : ASSA
2. Daze : STUN
3. President who became Chief Justice : TAFT
4. More widespread : RIFER
5. Short poem : ODELET
6. Tosspot's sickness : CRAPULENCE
7. Turnpike parts : LANES
8. Bowlike objects : ARCS
9. Originally called : NEE
10. Clytemnestra's lover : AEGISTHUS
11. Formed like a Flemish Beauty : PEARSHAPED
12. A piece of cake : SLICE
13. Depside is one : ESTER
18. Judges' attire : ROBES
21. King and queen, e.g. : CARDS
23. Snare : GIN
24. Boutique : SHOP
25. Young salmon : PARR
26. Ornamental evergreen : ARBORVITAE
28. Target of antitrust laws : MONOPOLISM
30. In heart-moving fashion : PITEOUSLY
32. Dilute : CUT
33. Last Julian emperor : NERO
34. Haul : DRAG
36. Ox-wagon trips : TREKS
40. Hail Mary : AVE
41. Caught a dogie : ROPED
45. Rigid grammarian : PURIST
47. "___ Do This Sum," V. Herbert song : ICANT
48. Nomenclator : NAMER
49. Temperate : SOBER
50. A Niña companion : PINTA
52. Adduce : CITE
53. Res. hall : DORM
54. Largest of the Marianas : GUAM
55. Behold : ESPY
57. Shallow box for fruit : LUG

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