New York Times, Monday, January 25, 1982

Author: Barkan
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { F J K Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 245 (avg 1.32)
Open Squares: 63, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
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© 1982, The New York Times
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1. One of three in a fountain : COIN
5. Likely : APT
8. Bucephalus, e.g. : STEED
13. ___ time (never) : ATNO
14. Famed fiddler : NERO
16. As of this date : TODAY
17. Illegal claimant to a throne : PRETENDER
19. Della or Pee Wee : REESE
20. Cry convulsively : SOB
21. Regret : RUE
22. L. Jolley of race-track fame, e.g. : TRAINER
24. Stirs up : ROILS
26. Tavern : INN
27. Synopsis : DIGEST
28. Cloth for making sacks : BAGGING
32. Sights in Scotland : BRAES
33. French river : RHONE
35. ___ Zedong : MAO
36. Mechanical repetition : ROTE
37. Beanstalk character : GIANT
38. Gyrate : SPIN
39. French soul : AME
40. Pinter's forte : DRAMA
41. Fur piece : STOLE
42. Congressional period : SESSION
44. "The Valachi ___" : PAPERS
46. Ingredients for Nero's omelet : OVA
47. Type of dress : PRINT
48. Villages : HAMLETS
52. Subject of a Camus essay : ETE
53. Calligraphy, for one : ART
56. Inventor Howe : ELIAS
57. Against the working class : ANTILABOR
60. Defraud : MULCT
61. Baseball's Speaker : TRIS
62. Lupin's need : CLUE
63. Pintail ducks : SMEES
64. Abbr. on an envelope : ATT
65. Where a chapeau goes : TETE
1. Closes up, as an oil well : CAPS
2. Other, in Málaga : OTRO
3. Some skid-row denizens : INEBRIATES
4. "Swear ___ by the moon": Juliet : NOT
5. Voids legally : ANNULS
6. Prosaic : PEDESTRIAN
7. Due follower : TRE
8. Unfamiliar : STRANGE
9. Activity at the mark : TOEING
10. Nod's western neighbor : EDEN
11. Vacationer's delight : EASE
12. He wrote "Pulling Your Own Strings" : DYER
15. Women's service org. : ORT
18. Extinct Ohio-N.Y. group : ERIES
23. Mirthful : RIANT
25. Molding : OGEE
27. Suffix with motor : DROME
28. French toast : BONAPPETIT
29. Allowed to come in, as foreign products : IMPORTABLE
30. Hard as ___ : NAILS
31. Auctioneer's last word : GONE
32. Parts of bikinis : BRAS
34. Noah's second son : HAM
37. Trifling sum : GROAT
38. British carbine : STEN
40. Gets rid of : DIVESTS
41. Barker's pitch : SPIEL
43. Consolation : SOLACE
45. Rembrandt, for one : ARTIST
48. Some are high; some are low : HEMS
49. Astringent : ALUM
50. 320 rods : MILE
51. One of seven: Abbr. : SAT
54. A 75-0 football score, e.g. : ROUT
55. Family or shoe follower : TREE
58. Hunter's org. : NRA
59. Bill's possible future : ACT

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