New York Times, Monday, July 11, 1983

Author: Sidney L. Robbins
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.74, Missing: { J K Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 287 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
Sidney L. Robbins has 153 pre-Shortz puzzles and 50 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1983, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Kin of a twinge : ACHE
5. Fountain items : SODAS
10. Electrical unit : MHO
13. Whitman, for one : POET
14. Braid : PLAIT
15. Suds producer : SOAP
16. November arithmetic, at times : ELECTIONRETURNS
19. Crane's "The ___ Badge of Courage" : RED
20. Cherub, in Cherbourg : ANGE
21. Word before "aim" or "set" : READY
22. Fish, to an erne : PREY
23. Lethal : DEADLY
25. Acropolis site : ATHENS
28. Have a yen : CRAVE
29. Scorch : CHAR
30. Aplomb : POISE
31. Baden-Baden is one : SPA
34. Certain enclosures : RETURNENVELOPES
38. Ogle : EYE
39. Awfully strange : EERIE
40. Assistance : HELP
41. Of weight, in physics : BARIC
42. Lab items : SLIDES
44. Photographer's compound : AMIDOL
46. Margarine : OLEO
47. Wear away : ERODE
48. Zoological ending : ACEA
49. Frequently, to Keats : OFT
52. Reciprocates : RETURNSTHEFAVOR
56. Surmounting : ATOP
57. Dried tubers : SALEP
58. Sergeant York was one : HERO
59. Sun. talk : SER
60. Eastern V.I.P.'s : AMIRS
61. Coxey's ___ : ARMY
1. Parrot : APER
2. Nat King ___ : COLE
3. Pay attention : HEED
4. And so on: Abbr. : ETC
5. Porcupine's protection : SPINES
6. Branch of knowledge : OLOGY
7. Hamlet, e.g. : DANE
8. Kind of brake : AIR
9. Jeanne or Bernadette: Abbr. : STE
10. Righteous : MORAL
11. Dexterous : HANDY
12. Kind of vision: Comb. form : OPSY
15. "Blue ___ Shoes," Presley hit : SUEDE
17. Where a mountain man swims : TARN
18. Go abroad : TRAVEL
22. Land of llamas and Lima : PERU
23. Riverside, for one : DRIVE
24. Facilitate : EASE
25. Land unit : ACRE
26. "___ stumble that run fast": Shak. : THEY
27. Abhor : HATE
28. Like a dunce cap : CONIC
30. What steeplejacks face daily : PERIL
31. Hied : SPED
32. Soccer V.I.P., once : PELE
33. Cleo's "bosom companions" : ASPS
35. McGuffey product : READER
36. Laughton role: 1932 : NERO
37. Where to see Columbus : OHIO
41. What shills do at auctions : BIDUP
42. Snoozes : SLEEPS
43. Page : LEAF
44. Ridge in Tyrol : ARETE
45. Type of car or cycle : MOTOR
46. Pigment for Peale : OCHER
47. Historic periods : ERAS
48. Hun king : ATLI
49. Done : OVER
50. Shape : FORM
51. Hector's home : TROY
53. Org. for Peggy Fleming et al. : NSA
54. Cousin of John Bull : SAM
55. Eureka! : AHA

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