New York Times, Monday, July 25, 1983

Author:Burns
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 289 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 0
Burns has 36 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1983, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Songwriters' org. : ASCAP
6. Au or Ag : ELEM
10. Voters' nonchoice in 1912 : TAFT
14. Riser's locale : STAIR
15. Former Haig command : NATO
16. Spanish cooking pot : OLLA
17. Domineer : LORDITOVER
19. Inferior : POOR
20. Beaver State: Abbr. : ORE
21. Spice from nutmeg : MACE
22. Out of bed : ARISEN
24. Laundry of a sort : WETWASH
26. Put in office : ELECT
27. Part of T.G.I.F. : ITS
28. Military group : UNIT
29. Stripling : LAD
32. Garand : RIFLE
35. Mia Farrow movie role : ROSEMARY
37. Roman poet : OVID
38. Beauty's captor : BEAST
40. ___ fixe (obsession) : IDEE
41. George or Thurgood : MARSHALL
43. Wood nymph : DRYAD
44. U.S.N.A. grad : ENS
45. Flat-bottomed boats : ARKS
46. Actress Ruby : DEE
47. Primitive group : TRIBE
49. Examined eggs : CANDLED
53. In plenty : GALORE
55. Bridge seat : EAST
56. A Gabor : EVA
57. Cloak : WRAP
58. W.W. II radio propagandist : LORDHAWHAW
61. Time's partner : TIDE
62. "Clair de ___": Debussy : LUNE
63. Swap : TRADE
64. Customs : WAYS
65. Proofreader's note : STET
66. Brontë heroine and family : EYRES
1. " . . . ___ Boat to China" : ASLOW
2. Hoard : STORE
3. Mark of omission : CARET
4. Succor : AID
5. Gibbon or mandrill : PRIMATE
6. Tennyson's Mr. Arden : ENOCH
7. Bathe : LAVE
8. This follows printemps : ETE
9. Advocate for right conduct : MORALIST
10. Lecture subject : TOPIC
11. Willa Cather novel : ALOSTLADY
12. Floating ice field : FLOE
13. Mountain pool : TARN
18. Soviet news agency : TASS
23. Neural network : RETE
25. Desolate regions : WILDS
26. Son of Seth : ENOS
28. Russian range : URALS
30. Field of study : AREA
31. Tinted : DYED
32. Composer Harold : ROME
33. Netman Lendl : IVAN
34. Martha was number one : FIRSTLADY
36. Bogged down : MIRED
38. Gym equipment : BARBELLS
39. Actress Sommer : ELKE
42. Locks : HAIR
43. Toothed : DENTATE
46. Jesse Owens specialty : DASH
48. Entices, with "in" : ROPES
49. Midshipman's counterpart : CADET
50. "Merry Widow" composer : LEHAR
51. Escape by trickery : EVADE
52. Coolidge's V.P. : DAWES
53. Selznick classic, for short : GWTW
54. Stradella song : ARIA
55. Lake in Ireland : ERNE
59. Not safe : OUT
60. Bitterly ironic : WRY

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