New York Times, Wednesday, August 10, 1983

Author: John Greenman
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.74, Missing: { F J K V Z }, Scrabble score: 287 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
John Greenman has 52 pre-Shortz puzzles and 12 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1983, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Trades : SWAPS
6. ___ Gay, famed plane : ENOLA
11. Pig's digs : STY
14. Cranny : NICHE
15. Bond; link : NEXUS
16. Mouths: Lat. : ORA
17. Up and about : ASTIR
18. Stadium sections : TIERS
19. Fellow at Oxford : DON
20. Hobby akin to numismatics : PHILATELY
22. Throe : PANG
23. Perfect tennis serve : ACE
24. Apiece : EACH
27. Philbrick's "___ Three Lives" : ILED
30. Age, in Asti : ETA
33. France's longest river : LOIRE
36. German name for a Baltic port : MEMEL
38. Gas used in welding : ACETYLENE
41. Patrons of a sort : PHILANTHROPISTS
43. Ambushes, e.g. : SURPRISES
44. Right exercisers : USERS
45. Blanched : ASHEN
46. Hideout : DEN
48. Aviary sound : TWEE
49. Translation of "video" : ISEE
51. Geisha's accessory : OBI
53. Turquoise hue : AQUA
56. Flirt; dally : PHILANDER
62. Wall, in Reims : MUR
63. Golfer's number 3 wood : SPOON
65. Rodeo item : RIATA
66. Buggy : RIG
67. Pesach feast : SEDER
68. Ferrara dukes : ESTES
69. Copy : APE
70. Hammarskjöld, e.g. : SWEDE
71. Fruit drink : SMASH
1. Cookie : SNAP
2. Specific longing : WISH
3. Drama segment : ACTI
4. Quaker City : PHILADELPHIA
5. Glacial remnant : SERAC
6. Duck, in Dortmund : ENTE
7. Sedaka or Diamond : NEIL
8. Round or oval dormer window : OXEYE
9. Bronze Age trumpet : LUR
10. The quagga was one : ASS
11. Kind of cracker : SODA
12. Word form meaning "vacuum tube" : TRON
13. Yin's opposite : YANG
21. Gadget for Crenshaw : TEE
22. Smug conventionality : PHILISTINISM
25. Cantata participant : ALTO
26. Beaverlike rodent : COYPU
27. Wee scamps : IMPS
28. Hawaiian hardwood : LEHUA
29. Titles for Mohammed's progeny : EMIRS
31. Uses a hand shuttle : TATS
32. Pined : ACHED
34. Stitch again : RESEW
35. ___ nous : ENTRE
37. Penates' partners : LARES
39. Gaelic : ERSE
40. To live, to Ovid : ESSE
42. Broadway hit: 1982 : NINE
47. ___-pros : NOL
50. Horatian form : EPODE
52. Strips : BARES
53. Hog plum : AMRA
54. Bon mot : QUIP
55. Force onward : URGE
57. Weeded, in a way : HOED
58. Concerning : INRE
59. Analyst's fodder : DATA
60. Hot times in Hyères : ETES
61. Outbreak : RASH
63. Army induction org. : SSS
64. Bench in a basilica : PEW

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