New York Times, Thursday, November 29, 1984

Author: Mary M. Murdoch
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { J Q X Y }, Scrabble score: 295 (avg 1.58)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 12, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
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1. Cookout dish : KABOB
6. Muffin ingredient : BRAN
10. Lady Baltimore, e.g. : CAKE
14. Works : OPERA
15. Like an anchoret : LONE
16. A ___ apple : ASIN
17. Film of 1937 : BREAKFASTFORTWO
20. Id ___ : EST
21. Poetic times : EENS
22. Delicate : FRAIL
23. ___-a-brac : BRIC
24. Gait, in Granada : PASO
26. Bars' partners : STARS
29. Object often dropped : HOTPOTATO
34. Firenze's river : ARNO
35. Gladly, to Shakespeare : FAIN
36. Comment from the corral : MAA
37. French film of 1959 : LUNCHONTHEGRASS
42. S.A. country : URU
43. Eastern nanny : AMAH
44. School subj. : HIST
45. Shade of one embarrassed : TOMATORED
48. Strobiles : CONES
49. Booted : SHOD
50. Vive's antithesis : ABAS
52. Voodoo's cousin : OBEAH
55. Part of Q.E.F. : ERAT
56. Vane reading : SSE
59. Film of 1937 : DINNERATTHERITZ
63. Orejón, e.g. : INCA
64. Comedian Johnson : ARTE
65. Red ___ (children's game) : ROVER
66. Cape : NESS
67. Togs : GEAR
68. ___ Flow : SCAPA
1. Honshu port : KOBE
2. Diary abbrs. : APRS
3. Mangold : BEET
4. "___ pro nobis" : ORA
5. ___ dozen : BAKERS
6. Prepare almonds : BLANCH
7. Antarctic sea : ROSS
8. Opposite of a syn. : ANT
9. Clock type : NEF
10. A biennial plant : CARROT
11. Nora's adorer : ASTA
12. Flightless bird : KIWI
13. Organic compound : ENOL
18. Polynesian banana : FEI
19. "On Wings ___" : OFSONG
23. Large jug: Fr. : BROC
24. Egyptian deity : PTAH
25. " . . . baked in ___" : APIE
26. French toast : SALUT
27. English cathedral city : TRURO
28. Per ___ : ANNUM
30. Man ___ hour : OFTHE
31. With force : AMAIN
32. Steel splint, in armor : TASSE
33. Some ovens : OASTS
38. " . . . his host ___ cast . . . ": Ex. 15:4 : HATHHE
39. Melville work : OMOO
40. Ointment : NARD
41. Greek letters : RHOS
46. Philippine trees : ASANAS
47. Fish or bird : DARTER
48. Prepares fare for affairs : CATERS
51. Cry before humbug : BAH
52. Norse god : ODIN
53. Twining stem : BINE
54. Ref. books : ENCS
55. Miss Kett : ETTA
56. Hindu god : SIVA
57. Short distance : STEP
58. Pound or Stone : EZRA
60. Jazz tune : RAG
61. Land measure : ARE
62. Army bomb : ROC

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