New York Times, Friday, June 6, 1986

Author:Gloria Evans
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { J K Q X }, Scrabble score: 307 (avg 1.62)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0
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© 1986, The New York Times
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1. Nothing, to Navratilova : LOVE
5. Notable king of Judea : HEROD
10. Inits. for a figure expert : CPA
13. Romance lang. : ITAL
14. Where Greeks once gathered : AGORA
15. Celtic minstrel-poet : BARD
16. Parrot's remark? : MIMICRYCRY
18. Neighbor of Calif. : ARIZ
19. J. B. Rhine's field : ESP
20. Refs' kin : UMPS
21. Suit : BECOME
23. Countenance : ABET
24. Innsbruck's locale : TYROL
25. Kind of cow : SACRED
28. Khartoum native : SUDANESE
31. King of England: 946–55 : EDRED
32. Chesterfields : SOFAS
33. Tease : RIB
34. Lamb of pork fame : ELIA
35. Oscar-winning role for Borgnine : MARTY
36. Went lickety-split : TORE
37. Pro ___ : TEM
38. Plurality components : VOTES
39. Chan portrayer : TOLER
40. Prototype : ORIGINAL
42. To the point : COGENT
43. Curtain fabric : NINON
44. "___ con Dios," 1953 song : VAYA
45. Necktie : CRAVAT
47. Go it alone : SOLO
48. Early English money : ORA
51. Man or pot follower : HOLE
52. Ideal mother? : OPTIMUMMUM
55. Arabian sultanate : OMAN
56. Dorothy, to Em : NIECE
57. James II daughter : ANNE
58. Crony : PAL
59. Veered off course : YAWED
60. " . . . many a summer ___ the swan" : DIES
1. Welles's role in "The Third Man" : LIME
2. Regretful Miss : OTIS
3. Improvise, in jazz : VAMP
4. Hebrew judge : ELI
5. Inflicted damage : HARMED
6. Snefru's realm : EGYPT
7. Fabulous birds : ROCS
8. Norris Trophy winner: 1968–75 : ORR
9. Song from "Godspell" : DAYBYDAY
10. Part for Lombard? : CAROLEROLE
11. Stiffly proper : PRIM
12. Cooper's tool : ADZE
15. "Novum Organum" author : BACON
17. Raised to the third power : CUBED
22. Significant periods : ERAS
23. Kind of rug : AREA
24. Mass. university : TUFTS
25. Take care of : SEETO
26. Austrian psychiatrist : ADLER
27. Capone? : CRIMINALAL
28. "The Red and the Black" protagonist : SOREL
29. Enchantress : SIREN
30. First president of Germany : EBERT
32. Prince of Darkness : SATAN
35. Wearisome uniformity : MONOTONY
36. Attire for Valerian : TOGA
38. Author Delmar : VINA
39. "Close ___," 1963 song : TOYOU
41. Kind of name : GIVEN
42. Tranquilized : CALMED
44. Sinatra's gift : VOICE
45. Tennis stroke : CHOP
46. Locale of the Via Condotti : ROMA
47. Fret : STEW
48. Hawks' arena : OMNI
49. Ancient alphabet character : RUNE
50. City on the Skunk : AMES
53. Brain covering, for short : PIA
54. Kind of money : MAD

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