New York Times, Friday, January 25, 1985

Author: Peter G. Snow
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { F J K Q W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 239 (avg 1.26)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 2, XRef: 0
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© 1985, The New York Times
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1. Obi : SASH
5. Muffles : MUTES
10. Pahoehoe : LAVA
14. Toast covering : OLEO
15. Like argon : INERT
16. Desiccated : ARID
17. Mosel tributary : SAAR
18. This may be posted : STAIR
19. Violet container : VASE
20. Rosalind's lover : ORLANDO
22. Prospero's servant : CALIBAN
24. Little corn grower : TOE
25. Tree or resort : ASPEN
26. Pierre and Helena : CAPITALS
30. Ruffs' cousins : SNIPES
34. Woody's son : ARLO
35. Jeune fille : LASS
37. Intimidate : DAUNT
38. Spanish estuary : RIA
39. Concurs : ASSENTS
41. Map abbr. : RTE
42. Transcript : TENOR
44. Ombu or poon : TREE
45. Proper : MEET
46. Versants : SLOPES
48. Dandie Dinmonts : TERRIERS
50. Acclaims : HAILS
52. Baltique, e.g. : MER
53. Desdemona's husband : OTHELLO
56. Posthumus's servant : PISANIO
60. Hat-trick component : GOAL
61. Prevent : AVERT
63. Tide type : NEAP
64. Jennifer of WKRP : LONI
65. Legendary being : GENIE
66. Former Genovese magistrate : DOGE
67. Joy's lioness : ELSA
68. Utopias : EDENS
69. Soon : ANON
1. Just fair : SOSO
2. Winged : ALAR
3. Close securely : SEAL
4. Hamlet's friend : HORATIO
5. Distribution problems : MISDEALS
6. P. Wylie's "Night ___ Night" : UNTO
7. Cachar, e.g. : TEA
8. Ambler and Knight : ERICS
9. Renders penniless : STRAPS
10. "Titus Andronicus" heroine : LAVINIA
11. Bedouin : ARAB
12. Passport stamp : VISA
13. Yemeni capital : ADEN
21. Common negative : NOT
23. Gives temporarily : LENDS
25. Avers : ASSERTS
26. Two-wheeled vehicles : CARTS
27. Prospero's aide : ARIEL
28. Flat: Comb. form : PLANO
29. Least likely : LAST
31. Vichyssoise, e.g. : PUREE
32. Journalize : ENTER
33. Instructions to a printer : STETS
36. Dirk of yore : SNEE
39. Of a region : AREAL
40. They can bring the house down : TERMITES
43. Polonius's daughter : OPHELIA
45. Prospero's daughter : MIRANDA
47. Some fodder : SILAGE
49. Dos' followers : RES
51. "I ___ a lass . . . ": Wither : LOVED
53. Leer's kin : OGLE
54. Dibble or burin : TOOL
55. Painter Holbein : HANS
56. Sch. authority : PRIN
57. Sign gas : NEON
58. Desdemona's detractor : IAGO
59. Type of tournament : OPEN
62. Dir. from Madrid to Barcelona : ENE

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