New York Times, Saturday, November 26, 1983

Author: Maver
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { J K Q }, Scrabble score: 293 (avg 1.58)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 0
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© 1983, The New York Times
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1. Trellis piece : SLAT
5. Light brown : ALOMA
10. Gritty : GAME
14. Candy striper : AIDE
15. Pith helmet : TOPEE
16. Middle name of No. 21 : ALAN
17. Culbertson coup : SLAM
18. Whirligig of a sort : ROTOR
19. Skirt length for Mickey's girlfriend? : MINI
20. Middle name accidentally given to No. 18 : SIMPSON
22. Annulled : VACATED
24. Prune : LOP
25. Inclusive abbr. : ETAL
26. Actor Don or footballer Alan : AMECHE
29. Vestige : RESIDUE
33. Kegler's org. : PBA
34. Hebrew month : IYAR
36. He wrote "The Bramine's Journal" : STERNE
37. Caribbean vacation spot : ARUBA
39. Tear : RIP
41. Liquid portion of fat : OLEIN
42. Picayune objections : CAVILS
44. At some remove : AFAR
46. Hordeolum : STY
47. Famed yacht : AMERICA
49. Racket for a sport : CROSSE
51. Winter Palace resident : CZAR
52. Obsession : TIC
53. Pleats : GATHERS
56. Middle name of No. 37 : MILHOUS
60. Mozart's "Porgi amor" : ARIA
61. End : FINIS
63. Any large exhibition : EXPO
64. Klinger of "M*A*S*H" : FARR
65. Play : ENACT
66. Manx murmur : MEOW
67. Lynn of baseball : FRED
68. Martina's ex-mentor : RENEE
69. Sothern and Sheridan : ANNS
1. Soprano Silvia ___ : SASS
2. "Hi-___, Hi-Lo," 1952 song : LILI
3. Furniture style : ADAM
4. Pantheon, e.g. : TEMPLE
5. Degeneration : ATROPHY
6. Diving bird : LOON
7. Choose : OPT
8. "Hey, Look ___," 1960 song : MEOVER
9. Causes to sparkle : AERATES
10. Middle name of No. 29 : GAMALIEL
11. Came down : ALIT
12. Leo's pride : MANE
13. Tennyson character : ENID
21. Mix at a party : SOCIALIZE
23. Palma-Christi derivative : CASTOROIL
26. Middle name of No. 20 : ABRAM
27. Purple dye : MAUVE
28. Unit of corn : EAR
30. Frock : DRESS
31. Join : UNITE
32. Counting-out word : EENY
33. Agouti's cousin : PACA
35. Narrow inlet : RIA
38. Middle name of No. 19 : BIRCHARD
40. Future NCO? : PFC
43. Beveling-machine operator : SCARFER
45. Expert : ARTISTE
48. Poisonous gas that smells like garlic : ARSINE
50. Outline : SCHEMA
53. Fishhook : GAFF
54. Ancient name of the Saône : ARAR
55. Flag : TIRE
56. Apollo 17 passengers : MICE
57. The yoke is on them : OXEN
58. In the know : UPON
59. Plants : SOWS
62. One of the Bobbsey twins : NAN

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