New York Times, Thursday, November 11, 1982

Author:Kevin Wray
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { B Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 292 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 72, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Muffler : SCARF
6. E.r.a., e.g. : STAT
10. Something to cop : PLEA
14. All: Comb. form : PANTO
15. Counterweight : TARE
16. ___ en masse (instant army) : LEVY
17. Bill attachment : RIDER
18. Harvard, to T. S. Eliot : ALMAMATER
20. Nov. 11 : ARMISTICEDAY
22. Frisbee, for one : TOY
23. Broadcast : AIR
24. Afro-Asian gazelles : ARIELS
28. Nov. 1 : ALLSAINTSDAY
31. Passageway : AISLE
34. Certain mathematical planes : LOCI
35. Vending-machine item : GUM
36. Cinch : SNAP
37. Beldam : CRONE
39. Worn-out horse : JADE
40. Sternward : AFT
41. Cacomistle's rel. : COON
42. Is concerned : CARES
43. Nov. 5 : GUYFAWKESDAY
47. Ornament : ENRICH
48. Rhine feeder : AAR
49. O.S.S. successor : CIA
52. Nov. 25, this year : THANKSGIVING
56. Ten days and life : SENTENCES
59. Houston athlete : OILER
60. Unpleasant person : OGRE
61. Spot between peaks : DALE
62. River of Nantes : LOIRE
63. Trucker's concern : LOAD
64. Drains : SAPS
65. Overjoy : ELATE
1. Man on a nonfat diet : SPRAT
2. Al-Qahirah : CAIRO
3. "For Me ___ Gal," 1917 song : ANDMY
4. Sign from Me. to Fla. : RTEI
5. Realtor's sign : FORSALE
6. Feature of split-level houses : STAIRS
7. Soapstone : TALC
8. Weapon, in Dieppe : ARME
9. Afternoon social : TEADANCE
10. " . . . our ___ done": Shak. : PLAYIS
11. Court term : LET
12. First apple polisher? : EVE
13. County of Scotland : AYR
19. Cuban patriot-writer: 1853–95 : MARTI
21. Sesame : TIL
25. Poet Masters : EDGAR
26. Summa cum ___ : LAUDE
27. "Under a Blanket of Blue" lyricist : SYMES
28. Finsteraarhorn, e.g. : ALP
29. In one's solitude : ALONE
30. Play by Euripides : ION
31. "There lived ___ in days . . . ": Thackeray : ASAGE
32. Playfully : INFUN
33. Kind of butterfly : SATYR
37. Men in Hurd's paintings : COWHANDS
38. Soldier of Seoul : ROK
39. Bird of the crow family : JAY
41. Hide : CACHE
42. One-horse carriage : CARIOLE
44. Like certain sheets or coats : FITTED
45. Gives lip disservice : SASSES
46. Hammarskjöld : DAG
49. Eyelashes : CILIA
50. Not moving : INERT
51. Correspond : AGREE
53. College sports org. : NCAA
54. Sea-otter's-cabbage : KELP
55. Organ stop : VIOL
56. Helios : SOL
57. Kind of trip : EGO
58. Blue Eagle inits. : NRA

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