New York Times, Wednesday, September 28, 1983

Author:Lois Sidway
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 5.14, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 258 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 12, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
Lois Sidway has 67 pre-Shortz puzzles and 18 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1983, The New York Times
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1. "Kiddo," e.g. : SLANG
6. Model : IDEAL
11. Pearl or Bill : BAILEY
12. Kind of slipper : BALLET
14. Aria from Bernstein's "Candide" : GLITTERANDBEGAY
17. Nancy's partner : RON
18. Muscat native : ARAB
19. Group containing 100 : SENATE
20. Come in : ENTER
22. Musical syllable : TRA
24. Cézanne's summers : ETES
25. A Churchill successor : EDEN
26. Poor : MEAGER
29. Before, to Tennyson : ERE
30. Live : RESIDE
32. Nobelist in Medicine: 1947 : CORI
33. Feminine suffix : ESS
34. Swashbuckler of fiction : DARTAGNAN
37. Madison Ave. creations : ADS
40. Ran, as dye : BLED
41. Wagnerian heroine : ISOLDE
45. Actor Ayres : LEW
46. Shawl for Conchita : SERAPE
48. Abound : TEEM
49. ___ impasse : ATAN
51. Native of the lower Niger : IBO
52. Basil and garlic sauce : PESTO
53. Proposal on Capitol Hill : MOTION
56. Painter Bonheur : ROSA
58. Dearie : PET
59. Strouse-Adams tune: 1960 : PUTONAHAPPYFACE
62. Bonus of a kind : REBATE
63. Patronize a restaurant : EATOUT
64. Extend a subscription : RENEW
65. Make merry : REVEL
1. Bernadette et Jeanne : SAINTES
2. Kindled : LIT
3. Communion table : ALTAR
4. ___-do-well : NEER
5. Whirl : GYRATE
6. "Son of," in Arabic : IBN
7. June honorees : DADS
8. Czech river : ELBE
9. Awl, to de Gaulle : ALENE
10. Heir : LEGATEE
11. Renoir's "___ Bather" : BLONDE
13. Spuds : TATERS
14. Germaine, the feminist : GREER
15. Magical formula : ABRACADABRA
16. What nods signify : YESES
21. Home of Phillips University : ENID
23. Excited : AGOG
26. Biographer Miller : MERLE
27. Ford or Pyle : ERNIE
28. Inlets : RIAS
31. Pats gently : DABS
35. Actress Garr : TERI
36. Memo : NOTE
37. " . . . ___ unto my feet" : ALAMP
38. Londoners call it a diversion : DETOUR
39. Musca domestica's nemesis : SWATTER
42. Popular electric guitarist : LESPAUL
43. Emulate Columbo : DETECT
44. Shed tears onstage : EMOTE
47. Party ___ (boor or bore) : POOPER
50. Weeping mother of myth : NIOBE
52. Movie medium : PAYTV
54. ___ even keel : ONAN
55. Hoopster Archibald : NATE
57. Foretell, in Inverness : SPAE
60. Fell : HEW
61. The Red Baron, to Snoopy : FOE

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