New York Times, Wednesday, January 12, 1983

Author: Jeanne Wilson
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 39, Avg Word Len: 4.77, Missing: { F J K Q X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 260 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 1
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© 1983, The New York Times
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1. Mass in B minor composer : BACH
5. Akin on Dad's side : AGNATE
11. Mil. rank : PVT
14. Double-reed instrument : OBOE
15. Farm machine : SEEDER
16. Suffix with cash : IER
17. Left : WENT
18. Maker of fine violins : STRADIVARI
20. Toppers on capitols : DOMES
22. ___-China : INDO
23. Heat meas. : BTU
25. In time, musically : ATEMPO
29. French menu item : POIS
30. Arranges music : ORCHESTRATES
33. Minstrels' companions : LUTES
34. Whirl : SPIN
35. Mail ctr. : GPO
38. Kind of bridge : TRESTLE
41. Added, as interest : ACCRUED
43. Turf : SOD
44. Diva Stevens : RISE
46. Massenet's "Le ___ Lahore" : ROIDE
47. Polyphonic : CONTRAPUNTAL
50. Actress from Ohio : GISH
53. Pavarotti et al. : TENORS
54. Entire : ALL
55. ___ spumante : ASTI
56. Carpenter's device : MITER
58. Triangle, bells, etc. : PERCUSSION
63. Operatic heroine : AIDA
66. Poetic preposition : ERE
67. Sharp answer : RETORT
68. Nicholas II, e.g. : TSAR
69. Moisture : DEW
70. Sandy from Neb. : DENNIS
71. Unfermented grape juice : STUM
1. Item for Perlman : BOW
2. Lincoln sobriquet : ABE
3. Emulated Mehta : CONDUCTED
4. " . . . or ___ Hecuba . . . ?": Hamlet : HETO
5. Holdings : ASSETS
6. " . . . ___, go!" : GETSET
7. Relative of Saul : NER
8. Actress Rehan : ADA
9. Bandleader Lewis : TED
10. "___ tu," aria by 12 Down : ERI
11. Soft, in music : PIANO
12. "Ernani" composer : VERDI
13. Scherzo sections : TRIOS
19. Brass : VIPS
21. Ormandy, e.g. : MAESTRO
23. Takes off : BOLTS
24. City in southern England : TRURO
26. ___ Miniver : MRS
27. Haydn sobriquet : PAPA
28. Of the ear : OTIC
31. "For ___ a jolly . . . " : HES
32. Cover, as with jewels : ENCRUST
35. Segovia, e.g. : GUITARIST
36. Foot-operated lever : PEDAL
37. Old radio's Digger ___ : ODELL
39. Fuzz : LINT
40. Italian patron of arts : ESTE
42. Jimmy's successor : RON
45. Directional suffix : ERN
47. Stylish : CHIC
48. Honshu seaport : AOMORI
49. Publishes : PRINTS
50. Yawned : GAPED
51. River in SE France : ISERE
52. Scatter : STREW
57. Vittles : EATS
59. Indian bean : URD
60. Bishopric : SEE
61. Part of a RR : STN
62. Charged atom : ION
64. Fam. member : DAU
65. Appendage : ARM

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