New York Times, Thursday, July 14, 1983

Author: Bette Sue Cohen
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 309 (avg 1.65)
Open Squares: 63, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 0
Bette Sue Cohen has 41 pre-Shortz puzzles and 6 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1983, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Subsequently : THEN
5. Double or blind follower : DATE
9. To be, in Brest : ETRE
13. Selassie : HAILE
14. Main stem of a plant : AXIS
15. Hospital photograph : XRAY
16. " . . . Passion, or the ___ of the heart": Poe : EXCITEMENT
18. River into the Ouse : AIRE
19. "Ferd'nand" cartoonist : MIK
20. Walked on : TROD
21. Shabby : RAGGED
23. Esau's father-in-law : ELON
24. Child cowboy's cry : BANG
25. Wheedles : COAXES
28. Placed in the middle : CENTERED
32. Black-and-blue : LIVID
33. At ___ last : LONG
34. Decorate again : REDO
35. Cry of sorrow : ALAS
36. Recoil : WINCE
37. Finished a flight : ALIT
38. What the weary don't get : REST
39. Oriental nursemaid : AMAH
40. Vapid : STALE
41. This might well be well : ARTESIAN
43. Bent : FLEXED
44. Bar refreshment : NUTS
45. Prevailing attitude : MOOD
46. Phillips ___ Academy, N.H. : EXETER
49. Gertrude of radio fame : BERG
50. Place to slow one's pace : SPA
53. Matthew's original name : LEVI
54. Flock of larks : EXALTATION
57. Solo for "Bubbles" : ARIA
58. Missile-storage place : SILO
59. He runs with Johnson : NIXON
60. Flanders of fiction : MOLL
61. Caesar and Silvers : SIDS
62. Mizar is one : STAR
1. Judd Hirsch's TV series : TAXI
2. Boondocks resident : HICK
3. Clockmaker Terry : ELI
4. Vexed : NETTLED
5. Legendary Syracusan : DAMON
6. Fired : AXED
7. Part of pewter : TIN
8. Alienate : ESTRANGE
9. Opposite of minimized : EXAGGERATED
10. Smart-looking : TRIG
11. Recherché : RARE
12. Watched sharply : EYED
13. Fashion's bottom line : HEM
17. Piccadilly Circus figure : EROS
22. Colony denizen : ANT
23. Like Sartre's philosophy : EXISTENTIAL
24. Scrubs' perch : BENCH
25. Bow or Barton : CLARA
26. Fuel ship : OILER
27. Nautical command : AVAST
28. Schwarzenegger role : CONAN
29. Advice to a workaholic : RELAX
30. Cato was one : EDILE
31. ___ on (adored) : DOTED
33. California crop : LIMAS
36. Occupation for Alice : WAITRESS
40. Shibboleths : SLOGANS
42. Bring action against : SUE
43. "___ Apache, the Bronx" : FORT
45. Cyclades island : MELOS
46. Character actor Jack : ELAM
47. Dry: Comb. form : XERO
48. Sinful : EVIL
49. Glabrous : BALD
50. Shoe size : SIXA
51. Penurious : POOR
52. ___-Margret : ANN
55. Roman time for lunch : XII
56. Long-tailed bird : TIT

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