New York Times, Wednesday, October 14, 1981

Author: Kay Sullivan
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.69, Missing: { F J W X Z }, Scrabble score: 259 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 9, XRef: 0
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© 1981, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Fine violin : AMATI
6. "And every ___ a queen": Kingsley : LASS
10. Supplicate : PRAY
14. Discharge a Tommy : DEMOB
15. Skewed : ALOP
16. Trick : RUSE
17. Old-womanish : ANILE
18. Scotland, to a poet : CALEDONIA
20. Odds and ends : SUNDRIES
22. Whirlybird : COPTER
23. Neither Rep. nor Dem. : IND
24. Afflict : AIL
25. Caballeros' partners : DAMAS
28. Asia Minor, once : ANATOLIA
33. ___ Alto : PALO
34. Seed covering : ARIL
35. Tear : REND
36. Hodgepodge : OLIO
37. Salad ingredient : CRESS
38. Carnegie of influence : DALE
39. Antiaircraft missiles : SAMS
40. Caen's river : ORNE
41. Smooth : EVEN
42. Ireland, to Livy : HIBERNIA
44. Showy heron : EGRET
46. Balaam's rebuker : ASS
47. Tar's milieu : SEA
48. Obvious : PATENT
52. Harangues : DECLAIMS
57. Julius Caesar's conquest of 56 B.C. : AQUITANIA
59. Permissible : LICIT
60. "The ___ of the Screw": James : TURN
61. Average : NORM
62. Spenser's name for Ireland : IRENA
63. Relative of a cod : HAKE
64. The others : THEY
65. Plus : ASSET
1. Huxtable and Rehan : ADAS
2. Carte : MENU
3. Cole Porter's "I ___ Love" : AMIN
4. Related : TOLD
5. Ancient Hispania : IBERIA
6. Spiked the punch : LACED
7. Last of a Stein line : ALAS
8. Musical tone : SOL
9. Shopper stoppers : SPECIALS
10. Telephone onstage : PROP
11. Dwarfish animal or plant : RUNT
12. Orient, to Napoleon : ASIE
13. Circle of the seasons : YEAR
19. Dummkopf : DOLT
21. Elected ones : INS
24. Fragrant seed : ANISE
25. Lama leader : DALAI
26. Out on ___ : ALIMB
27. Largest of the deer family : MOOSE
28. Sphere of struggle : ARENA
29. Ham and cheese on rye, e.g. : ORDER
30. Permission : LEAVE
31. Ria : INLET
32. Arabian trading port in Roman times : ADEN
33. Like Buckingham Palace : POSH
34. Molding edge : ARRIS
37. M. Kennedy's "The ___ Nymph" : CONSTANT
43. Yawp : RANT
44. Common Market: Abbr. : EEC
45. It was divided "in partes tres" : GALLIA
47. Sordid : SEAMY
48. Orbit : PATH
49. ___ fortis (nitric acid) : AQUA
50. Young ___ (radical) : TURK
51. "___ kleine Nachtmusik": Mozart : EINE
52. Word with need or consequences : DIRE
53. Publicizes : AIRS
54. Frozen desserts : ICES
55. Part of U.M.W. : MINE
56. E.r.a. or r.b.i. : STAT
58. Classic Japanese drama : NOH

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