New York Times, Saturday, July 30, 1983

Author:Julian Ochrymowych
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 277 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 12, XRef: 1, Spans: 5 (2 double stacks)
Julian Ochrymowych has 5 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1983, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Star with a tail : ASTA
5. End of a Stein line : AROSE
10. Pest for 1 Across : TICK
14. "___ End": Christie : DEATHCOMESASTHE
17. Christie mystery : EVILUNDERTHESUN
18. Ayres : LEW
19. "It might have ___" : BEEN
20. Berliner's budget : ETAT
21. Spanish and Vulgar : ERAS
23. Slayer of Castor : IDAS
25. Some of the upper classes : SENIORS
29. Manumits : REDEEMS
33. Mollify; alleviate : SWEETEN
35. ___-jongg : MAH
36. Christie mystery : PERILATENDHOUSE
41. "___, Two, Buckle My Shoe": Christie : ONE
42. To the letter : LITERAL
43. Brillat-___, gastronomist : SAVARIN
46. He sang with James : SINATRA
50. More's opposite : LESS
51. "___ Russia with Love" : FROM
52. Antonia Fraser's "Quiet as ___" : ANUN
54. What Miss Marple works on : CASE
58. Here, to Poirot : ICI
59. Christie mystery : THEMIRRORCRACKD
63. "Cat ___": Christie : AMONGTHEPIGEONS
64. Napoleon won here: 1806 : JENA
65. Mixers : SODAS
66. Galley word : STET
1. Hugo's wife and daughter : ADELES
2. Stern : SEVERE
3. Taipei's land : TAIWAN
4. Part of NATO : ATL
5. Skin problem : ACNE
6. Teased : RODE
7. Augury : OMEN
8. U.S.A.F., for one : SER
9. Id attachment : EST
10. Fly in Uganda : TSETSE
11. "___ boy!" : ITSA
12. Poirot's "Hush!" : CHUT
13. Barbie's boyfriend : KEN
15. Center of activity : HUB
16. In advance : AHEAD
22. "For sure!" in Sevilla : SISI
23. Castle and Rich : IRENES
24. Tree: Comb. form : DENDRI
26. A friend of Pooh : OWL
27. "That which is ___ reasonable": Hegel : REALIS
28. Inserts : SETINS
30. Flightless bird : EMU
31. Moms : MAS
32. "Murder ___ Said": Christie : SHE
34. Asian holiday : TET
36. Not neg. : POS
37. Queen of Spain before Sofia : ENA
38. Gun a motor : REV
39. Solo in "Star Wars" : HAN
40. Norwegian king : OLAF
44. One of the ex-Yalies : ALUMNA
45. Revoke: Var. : RENIG
47. Ribbed cloth for dresses : TRICOT
48. Famed coach, born in Norway : ROCKNE
49. Surrounded by : AMIDST
52. Alas! : AHME
53. Kind of sign : NEON
54. Open to both sexes : COED
55. Italian harp : ARPA
56. Arts' partner: Abbr. : SCIS
57. Unit of work : ERG
59. ___ Mahal : TAJ
60. Football positions: Abbr. : RTS
61. Greek letter : RHO
62. Roman bronze : AES

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