New York Times, Wednesday, October 13, 1982

Author:John Greenman
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { B M Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 285 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 6, XRef: 0
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Across Down
1. Piquant : TART
5. Speed detector : RADAR
10. Cal. home of the Bruins : UCLA
14. ___ Caliente : AGUA
15. Depart : ELOPE
16. Ingenuous : NAIF
17. Name in railroad lore : CASEYJONES
19. "___ It Romantic?": 1932 song : ISNT
20. Smidgen for Spot : ORT
21. Peerless : AONE
22. Counted steps : PACED
24. Wiesel : ELIE
25. Vigorous strength : SINEW
26. Shake a leg : HASTEN
29. Book insert : GATEFOLD
32. Chorale section : ALTOS
33. Kind of subject : SORE
34. Scheider of films : ROY
35. Reddish brown : ROAN
36. Overindulges : GLUTS
37. Gumbo ingredient : OKRA
38. Yvette's "you" : TOI
39. Prefix with dyne or stat : AERO
40. General tendency : TREND
41. On the roster : ENROLLED
44. " . . . will ___ a way" : THERES
45. Fossil seashell derivative : CHALK
46. Fold, in a way : FURL
47. Took care of : SAWTO
48. Friday, to Crusoe : AIDE
49. Protrude : JUT
52. Run with the pigskin : RUSH
53. Envelope of a sort : PILLOWCASE
56. Sun Belt, for one : AREA
57. Stage direction : ENTER
58. Nadir's opposite : APEX
59. Morris or Nathanael : WEST
60. Commando maneuvers : RAIDS
61. Vivacious : PERT
1. Tijuana snack : TACO
2. Algae extract : AGAR
3. Strong brown : RUST
4. Inventor's monogram : TAE
5. Answer : REJOIN
6. Solo : ALONE
7. Completed : DONE
8. Gibbon : APE
9. Coffee breaks, e.g. : RESPITES
10. Agcy. promoting children's well-being : UNICEF
11. Employee of a social welfare agency : CASEWORKER
12. "The Swedish Nightingale" : LIND
13. Rudder's location : AFT
18. Elihu's kinfolk : YALES
23. Chemical ending : ANE
24. School founded in 1440 : ETON
25. Andrea del ___ : SARTO
26. He wrote "Gabriel Conroy" : HARTE
27. Crazy as ___ : ALOON
28. Perrons : STAIRCASES
29. Calabash : GOURD
30. Greene from Ottawa : LORNE
31. Pairs : DYADS
33. Smooth and lustrous : SLEEK
36. Horse with a three-beat gait : GALLOPER
37. City on the Oka : OREL
40. Cast : THREW
42. "___ a Beautiful Mornin'": 1943 song : OHWHAT
43. Ancestor of Ital. : LAT
44. Henry VII and Elizabeth I : TUDORS
46. Catalogued : FILED
47. Inevitable : SURE
48. High: Comb. form : ALTI
49. Quip : JAPE
50. Opportunist, in a way : USER
51. Scriptural passage : TEXT
52. Unrefined : RAW
54. Ending for concert and czar : INA
55. Mushroom part : CAP

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