New York Times, Tuesday, January 31, 1984

Author: Arnold Moss
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.85, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 261 (avg 1.38)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
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1. Goddess of discord : ERIS
5. Part of LEM : LUNAR
10. Fiber used in paper : PITA
14. N.A. or S.A. : CONT
15. Maniple : ORALE
16. Ensnare : SNAG
17. Musical ending : CODA
18. Loosen : UNTIE
19. Run a car in neutral : IDLE
20. Emulated Greeley : EDITED
22. "War of the Worlds" event : INVASION
24. Foreign ___ : AID
25. Certain greenbacks : VEES
26. Fable character : ANT
27. Done togetheer : CONCERTED
31. John to Jock : IAN
33. Winner over T.E.D. : HST
34. Doll of "A Doll's House" : NORA
35. Dauntless : UNAWED
38. Templeton : ALEC
40. Supreme Court Justice: 1911–16 : LAMAR
42. Weapon for Napoleon : ARME
43. Kind of fin : DORSAL
45. Make ___ meet : ENDS
47. Strauss's "___ Heldenleben" : EIN
48. Slammer sentence : RAP
49. With great effort : ARDUOUSLY
51. Gstaad item : SKI
53. Hindu garb : SARI
55. Legal pers. : ATT
56. Pitiful : PATHETIC
58. U.S. spacecraft mission : APOLLO
61. ___ Ben Adhem : ABOU
62. Nicholas and Peter : TSARS
64. Unstable nuclear particle : PION
65. Laconic to a fault : CURT
66. "Tell ___ in Gath" : ITNOT
67. He wrote "A Loss of Roses" : INGE
68. Culbertson et al. : ELYS
69. "Julius Caesar" role : CASCA
70. Middle ___ : AGES
1. "Lo!" to Lucullus : ECCE
2. Crucifix : ROOD
3. Okla. from 1820 to 1840 : INDIANTERRITORY
4. Radio interference : STATIC
5. Garish : LOUD
6. Homophone for earn : URN
7. Crow and Fox, e.g. : NATIVEAMERICANS
8. In a row : ALINED
9. Pass rope through a hole : REEVE
10. Greek letters : PSIS
11. Two-man test of strength : INDIANWRESTLING
12. Hawk's weapon : TALON
13. Deputy : AGENT
21. First place : EDEN
23. P ___ Peter : ASIN
27. Neighbor of Niger : CHAD
28. Site of Frogner Park : OSLO
29. Parker House or Vienna : ROLL
30. Round sound : TRA
32. Org. for motorists : AAA
35. Language of Peshawar : URDU
36. Author Ludwig : EMIL
37. Say "no" to : DENY
39. Pres. Davis's org. : CSA
41. "___ so to bed" : AND
44. Church part : APSE
46. Kind of opera : SOAP
49. Awn : ARISTA
50. "Road to ___," 1946 film : UTOPIA
51. Michener title : SPACE
52. It commands Khyber Pass : KABUL
54. Spot for old toys : ATTIC
57. Nissen's creations : HUTS
58. Lassie's colleague : ASTA
59. Theater box : LOGE
60. G. W.'s bills : ONES
63. Bird of legend : ROC

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