New York Times, Saturday, August 6, 1983

Author: Robert Katz
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { B J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 288 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 7, XRef: 3, Spans: 3
Robert Katz has 73 pre-Shortz puzzles and 3 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1983, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Musical symbol : CLEF
5. Emulated Plummer : ACTED
10. British baby's "wheels" : PRAM
14. Radiant disk : HALO
15. Potlatch : PARTY
16. Shankar specialty : RAGA
17. U.N. agency : ICAO
18. Angry : IRATE
19. "___ and out" : OVER
20. Gotham address : CENTRALPARKWEST
23. High roller's town : RENO
24. Paris chef's need : SEL
25. Wintry fallout : SLEET
28. Before juin : MAI
31. Lauder who makes scents : ESTEE
35. Snake sound : HISS
36. Forty winks : CATNAP
38. Six-legged warrior : ANT
39. See 20 Across : EASTEIGHTYSIXTH
42. WSW's opposite : ENE
43. Pavarotti, e.g. : TENORE
44. Painter of "Dog Barking at the Moon" : MIRO
45. Like stickum : PASTY
47. Explorer Johnson : OSA
48. Chevets : APSES
49. Japanese woman diver : AMA
51. CCXV x X : MMCL
53. See 20 Across : PARKAVENUESOUTH
61. Yours, in Tours : ATOI
62. Mariner's direction : APORT
63. Teutonic trio : DREI
64. Clique : CLAN
65. Bristles : SETAE
66. Ceorl's cousin : ESNE
67. Crystal sound : TING
68. Greenwings : TEALS
69. Rather and Rowan : DANS
1. Stylish : CHIC
2. "Arsenic and Old ___" : LACE
3. Dash : ELAN
4. Ottoman : FOOTREST
5. Of bees : APIAN
6. Charlemagne, to Calabrians : CARLOMAGNO
7. "The Tender ___" : TRAP
8. Julia ___ (Judy Canova) : ETTA
9. Users of Red 2 : DYERS
10. Roams stealthily : PROWLS
11. Great review : RAVE
12. Stores fine wine : AGES
13. Mecca for shoppers : MART
21. Macerate : RET
22. Donjons : KEEPS
25. Hampshire Downs : SHEEP
26. Tarzan's "rope" : LIANA
27. Hazards on high roads : ESSES
29. Dumas follower of Louis XIII : ATHOS
30. Kind of contest : INTRAMURAL
32. Broadway horde : TAXIS
33. ___ nous : ENTRE
34. Belief system : ETHOS
36. French co. : CIE
37. Popeye's affirmative : AYE
40. Original meanings : ETYMA
41. Burst inward : IMPLODED
46. Attractive : TAKING
48. Chemists' org. : ACS
50. Nautical command : AVAST
52. Doles : METES
53. Locarno ___: 1925 : PACT
54. Gudrun's husband : ATLI
55. Racing-form word : ROAN
56. Fencer's arm : EPEE
57. Part of N.B. : NOTA
58. ___ Major : URSA
59. Vols' home : TENN
60. Doesn't tarry : HIES

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