New York Times, Friday, October 14, 1983

Author: William E. Heinemann
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 5.00, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 259 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 6, XRef: 1
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© 1983, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Men's get-together : STAG
5. Rosita's residence : CASA
9. Where Panjim is : GOA
12. Coal-tar derivative : PHENOL
14. College grad : ALUM
15. Confess, with "up" : OWN
16. Prickling sensation : TINGLE
17. As a rule : NORMALLY
19. "Her beauty was sold for ___": A. J. Lamb : ANOLDMANSGOLD
21. Printer's line on a letter : SERIF
22. Destroy a Soho structure : RASE
23. Paraphernalia : GEAR
26. Mario's movie : CINE
28. Batter's position : STANCE
30. Middle-age problem : SAG
33. Tommy Tune musical : NINE
35. Warms up : HEATS
36. Nigerian native : IBO
37. Wolf's look : GLADEYE
40. Caught : GOT
41. Investigate intensely : DELVE
43. Steelmaker's scoria : SLAG
44. Bitter vetch : ERS
45. Berry trees : ELDERS
47. Caesar's love : AMOR
49. Half: Prefix : DEMI
50. Grand Duke of Muscovy : IVAN
53. Within the law : LEGAL
57. Where she's kept (See 19 Across) : INAGILDEDCAGE
60. ___ the ground (overdoes) : RUNSINTO
62. Govt. notes : TBILLS
63. "Paris ___," J. Brady book : ONE
64. Table section : LEAF
65. Veal for a schnitzel : CUTLET
66. Kay's title : SIR
67. Printer's mark : STET
68. Adventure story of yore : GEST
1. Sparkle : SHINE
2. Domingo's voice : TENOR
3. Of a West Germanic people : ANGLIC
4. Bond adversary : GOLDFINGER
5. Flowery tropical plant : CANNA
6. At ___ (bewildered) : ALOSS
7. Billows : SURGES
8. G.I.'s lethal supply : AMMO
9. Period of prosperity : GOLDENAGE
10. Pussycat's shipmate : OWL
11. Even one : ANY
12. Sch. affiliates : PTAS
13. Space-vehicle unit : LEM
18. Marine plants : ALGAE
20. Circus feature : ARENA
24. Reagan was one : ACTOR
25. Takes it easy : RESTS
27. Naught : NIL
29. Poe mystery : THEGOLDBUG
30. Showed partisanship : SIDED
31. A poplar : ABELE
32. Clementine's pa, for one : GOLDMINER
34. Pub. series : EDS
38. Kudu's kin : ELAND
39. Devil's-bones : YAM
42. Ribs of leaves : VEINS
46. Ring used as a seal : SIGNET
48. Speak from memory : RECITE
51. Curriculum ___ : VITAE
52. Where jets soar and roar : ALOFT
54. Vexes : GALLS
55. Sheath on a shoelace : AGLET
56. "___ we forget . . . " : LEST
58. Is indisposed : AILS
59. Sentence ending, sometimes : ETC
60. River to the Dnieper : ROS
61. Prefix for corn or form : UNI

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