New York Times, Wednesday, January 25, 1984

Author:Pedersen
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { F H J Q V X Z }, Scrabble score: 257 (avg 1.39)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 8, XRef: 0
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1. Food thickener : AGAR
5. Sharp blow : CLAP
9. Ruth and Zaharias : BABES
14. Garb for Jennifer Penney : TUTU
15. Ploy : RUSE
16. Dim : UNLIT
17. Locale of Camus's "The Plague" : ORAN
18. Stud stake : ANTE
19. Daft : LOONY
20. Gym exercise : RUNNINGINPLACE
23. Bondage : YOKE
24. Some frt. carriers : RRS
25. " . . . with a spot ___ him": Shak. : IDAMN
28. Ben Adhem : ABOU
30. Minstrel's song : LAY
33. Protuberances : NODES
34. Diet staple : BROWNRICE
36. Noisy : LOUD
37. Assembly halls : AULAS
38. Russia's ___ Mountains : URAL
39. Complete costumes : ENSEMBLES
41. Angler's headache : SNARL
42. Asian holiday : TET
43. Dumbarton ___ : OAKS
44. Stopovers for caravans : OASES
45. Letters for a beginner : ABC
46. Smear : DAUB
48. Three-pronged forks : RUNCIBLESPOONS
55. Ronstadt or Blair : LINDA
56. Defrauds : ROBS
57. Once follower : UPON
58. Drink noisily : SLURP
59. Alberto Azzo II was one : ESTE
60. Narrative : TALE
61. Attica townships : DEMES
62. Slumber : REST
63. Wild plum : SLOE
1. Suffix with origin : ATOR
2. Cult leader : GURU
3. ___ impasse : ATAN
4. Magna Carta meadow : RUNNYMEDE
5. Part of an old telephone : CRANK
6. Sudden thrust : LUNGE
7. Piedmontese commune : ASTI
8. End of a hammerhead : PEEN
9. Civil War battle site : BULLRUN
10. Oxen of the Celebes : ANOAS
11. Political group : BLOC
12. Article in Potsdam : EINE
13. Farm pen : STY
21. Charged atoms : IONS
22. Vessels' stems : PROWS
25. Small bay : INLET
26. Scottish Lorna : DOONE
27. "What ___ do I raise!": Bacon : ADUST
28. "The little Gallic Rome" : ARLES
29. Anthropologist Franz : BOAS
30. Money in Ankara : LIRAS
31. Without ___ in the world : ACARE
32. College cheers : YELLS
34. Main mass : BULK
35. Roadsters : RUNABOUTS
37. Early calculators : ABACI
40. Frilly millinery : MOBCAPS
41. Dinner course : SOUP
45. Gide or Maurois : ANDRE
46. Sins, to a theologian : DEBTS
47. Resource : ASSET
48. Rub the wrong way : RILE
49. "E pluribus ___" : UNUM
50. Rabbit of fiction : BRER
51. Be outmatched : LOSE
52. Iridescent gem : OPAL
53. ___ contendere : NOLO
54. Snick's partner : SNEE
55. English money initials : LSD

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