New York Times, Thursday, July 7, 1983

Author:Beverly J. Seward
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { Q X }, Scrabble score: 303 (avg 1.60)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
Beverly J. Seward has 6 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1983, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Object sometimes thrown : BOOK
5. Energy source : STEAM
10. Stork's kin : IBIS
14. Mil. supplies : AMMO
15. What Yo-Yo Ma plays : CELLO
16. Subject for Goya : NUDE
17. Stagehand : GRIP
18. First great master of the symphony : HAYDN
19. Manège maneuver : VOLT
20. Ophthalmologist's office? : SITEFORSOREEYES
23. Pall : CLOY
24. "To each his ___" : OWN
25. Toady : JACKAL
28. Ephemeral : FLEETING
33. Orinoco feeder : ARO
34. First Pulitzer Prize novelist : POOLE
36. Kind of eclipse : SOLAR
37. Punny panelist-publisher : CERF
39. Monetary unit of Belgium : FRANC
41. Hayworth : RITA
42. Late, late news time : ONEAM
44. Unembellished : STARK
46. Chiang ___-shek : KAI
47. Its capital is Bridgetown : BARBADOS
49. Not in the pink : UNWELL
51. Rubber tree : ULE
52. Saudi province : ASIR
53. Dentists' offices? : FILLINGSTATIONS
61. ___ strut (plane part) : OLEO
62. Lackluster : VAPID
63. Bender : TOOT
64. His barter should have been smarter : ESAU
65. Novelist Zola : EMILE
66. O. T. book : EZRA
67. Enervates : SAPS
68. Lessor's collection : RENTS
69. Hitchcock's "___ Window" : REAR
1. Captures : BAGS
2. A king of Israel : OMRI
3. Skip : OMIT
4. Coin for a shopper at GUM : KOPECK
5. ___ hard knocks : SCHOOLOF
6. Lachrymose : TEARY
7. Isle and city in E England : ELYS
8. Actor Ray : ALDO
9. Eponym of an African capital : MONROE
10. Patent pursuer : INVENTOR
11. Hearten : BUOY
12. Otiose : IDLE
13. Environs for thespians : SETS
21. Rhubarb of a sort : FLAP
22. They often get fleeced : EWES
25. Sculptor Epstein : JACOB
26. Hippodrome : ARENA
27. Kitchen gadget : CORER
28. Women's shoe styles : FLATS
29. Entertainer Horne : LENA
30. "___ New York in June . . . " : ILIKE
31. Its capital is Pietermaritzburg : NATAL
32. Chalice : GRAIL
35. Approximately : ORSO
38. Incredible : FABULOUS
40. Lofty campaigns : CRUSADES
43. Timbuktu is here : MALI
45. Word with double or hand : KNIT
48. Singer John : DENVER
50. Grub Street denizen : WRITER
52. Like the Tower of Pisa : ATILT
53. Eries and Senecas, e.g. : FOES
54. Bergman role in "Casablanca" : ILSA
55. Vault : LEAP
56. Ready for adventure : GAME
57. Ballet maneuver : SPIN
58. Guck or muck : OOZE
59. Author Ephron : NORA
60. Altair is one : STAR

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