New York Times, Wednesday, June 29, 1983

Author:Dorothy Elliott
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 33, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { J V W X Z }, Scrabble score: 297 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 12, XRef: 1, Spans: 2
Dorothy Elliott has 11 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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© 1983, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Kind of theater : AMPHI
6. Group of eight : OCTAD
11. Long-tailed ape : KRA
14. Joint of lamb : BARON
15. George Meredith heroine : RHODA
16. Hide ___ hair : NOR
17. Tizzies : SNITS
18. John Philip Sousa : MARCHKING
20. Genetic component, for short : DNA
21. Snare : GIN
22. Line, in Lyon : LIGNE
23. Midlothian monikers : MACS
24. Prohibit legally : ESTOP
27. What some dieters want to be : THIN
28. 100 square meters : ARE
29. Storehouse : ARSENAL
31. Asian holiday : TET
32. Florentine painter-sculptor : GIOTTO
34. El ___ (Sp: "The Gilded Man") : DORADO
36. Leading : INFRONT
38. Almond-flavored liqueur : RATAFIA
41. Shackle : PINION
43. She sang "Ode to Billy Joe" : GENTRY
44. ___ masqué : BAL
46. Largest of the penguins : EMPEROR
48. Bladed tool : HOE
49. "Yes, ___": S. Davis Jr. book : ICAN
51. Ottoman Empire founder : OSMAN
52. Layers : HENS
53. "Funny Girl" composer : STYNE
55. U.S.N.A. grad : ENS
56. Suffix with dull : ARD
57. Good ___ (Elizabeth I) : QUEENBESS
60. Peacockish : PROUD
62. Former Cairo initials : UAR
63. "Flying Down ___" : TORIO
64. "Every man may be ___": Chesterfield : ARAKE
65. Urban RR's : ELS
66. Burst of activity : SPASM
67. "Red ___," comic strip : RYDER
1. Certain degrees : ABS
2. Variety of orange : MANDARIN
3. Edwin Booth : PRINCEOFPLAYERS
4. ___ a pistol : HOTAS
5. Electees : INS
6. Hit ___ (at random) : ORMISS
7. Recited monotonously : CHANTED
8. Rocky peak : TOR
9. Mil. aide : ADC
10. Arlene or Roald : DAHL
11. Traveling salesman : KNIGHTOFTHEROAD
12. Presidential nickname : RONNIE
13. Silvery : ARGENT
19. Do-it-yourself item : KIT
21. Apache chief : GERONIMO
23. Trio from Matthew : MAGI
25. ___ about : ONOR
26. Ideals : PARAGONS
29. Redress : ATONE
30. By and by : LATER
33. Prefix with cycle : TRI
35. Rather or Aykroyd : DAN
37. A-one : TOPS
39. Wellington : IRONDUKE
40. Some votes : AYES
42. Just punishment : NEMESIS
44. Thick, creamy soup : BISQUE
45. True : ACTUAL
47. Poet John Crowe ___ : RANSOM
50. Norfolk-to-Newark dir. : NNE
52. Pillage : HARRY
54. Tolkien creatures : ENTS
58. Sock : BOP
59. Greek or Roman : ERA
60. What concerns Watson : PAR
61. German article : DER

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