New York Times, Monday, November 23, 1981

Author: William Jarvis
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 277 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 74, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 15, XRef: 0
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© 1981, The New York Times
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1. Leigh or Gaynor : JANET
6. Sedans or coupes : CARS
10. "___ aft a-gley" : GANG
14. Debs's advice to workers : UNITE
15. "There oughta be ___!" : ALAW
16. Seaweed derivative : AGAR
17. Mortise's partner : TENON
18. Place to get separated from one's spouse or money : RENO
19. ___ Raton, Fla. : BOCA
20. Welsh port : SWANSEA
22. Folded page-corners : DOGEARS
24. Imp : ELF
25. Ballroom dance : ONESTEP
26. "The World According to ___": Irving : GARP
30. Fabulous aquatic creatures : MERMEN
32. Alaskan natives : ALEUTS
34. Urban legislator : ALDERMAN
39. City in upstate N.Y. : UTICA
40. ___ Baker Priest, ex-Treasurer : IVY
41. Choice morsel : VIAND
42. "Be good and you will be ___": Twain : LONESOME
44. Sign of graceful aging : PATINA
45. "Valse ___": Sibelius : TRISTE
47. Murderously frenzied : AMOK
48. Scrutinize : INSPECT
52. Bracelets, at times : IDS
54. Wisconsin port : KENOSHA
55. Wobbles : TOTTERS
60. Pitcher : EWER
61. "The Seven Year ___" : ITCH
63. One field for hams : RADIO
64. William ___ Howells : DEAN
65. "Oh that I had wings like a ___!" : DOVE
66. Heavenly hunter : ORION
67. Gucci or Ray : ALDO
68. Indian titles : SRIS
69. Blake and Wordsworth : POETS
1. Projects : JUTS
2. "___ nation, conceived in liberty . . . " : ANEW
3. Pinta's companion : NINA
4. Harrow's rival : ETON
5. Jittery : TENSE
6. Beverage container : CARAFE
7. Beverage : ALE
8. Not by design : RANDOMLY
9. Bobby-soxers often did this : SWOONED
10. Kaplan and Pressman : GABES
11. Have ___ (try) : AGOAT
12. Mother-of-pearl : NACRE
13. Understand : GRASP
21. "Desire Under the ___" : ELMS
23. Home of John Calvin : GENEVA
26. A scene of Caesar's conquests : GAUL
27. Voice below soprano : ALTO
28. Harness part : REIN
29. Dark red : PUCE
31. Enthusiastic reviews : RAVES
33. Samples : TASTES
35. Moreno or Coolidge : RITA
36. Disfigure : MAIM
37. ___ Domini : ANNO
38. Bismarck is its cap. : NDAK
40. Aper : IMITATOR
43. High praise : ORCHIDS
44. Child: Comb. form : PEDO
46. Church taxes : TITHES
48. Japanese Prime Minister: 1960–64 : IKEDA
49. Staircase post : NEWEL
50. Slammin' Sammy : SNEAD
51. Smut, for short : PORNO
53. Sharpen a razor : STROP
56. Edible paste : TARO
57. Actress Adams : EDIE
58. Tumult : RIOT
59. "___ and Lovers": Lawrence : SONS
62. II x LIII : CVI

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