New York Times, Tuesday, November 3, 1981

Author:Kay Sullivan
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.82, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 286 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 64, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 12, XRef: 0
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1. Brazilian rubber source : PARA
5. Abounding : RIFE
9. Middle-of-the-___ policy : ROAD
13. Obtained from oil : OLEIC
15. Enough, in poesy : ENOW
16. All: Comb. form : OMNI
17. "Arf!" maker : SANDY
18. ___ of tears : VALE
19. Musical ending : CODA
20. Very conservative : HIDEBOUND
22. Norwegian toast : SKOAL
23. Thin sword : EPEE
24. "Dolce ___ niente" : FAR
25. Type of Southern sauce : CREOLE
29. Kind of devotion : FILIAL
32. Candidate : RUNNER
33. Tales with morals : PARABLES
35. Art study subj. : ANAT
36. Subside : ABATE
38. ___ fide : BONA
39. He's good under a hood : MECHANIC
41. G-men, e.g. : AGENTS
43. Mounts : STEEDS
44. Western exhibits : RODEOS
45. Bus. day : FRI
46. O'Neill's "Desire Under the ___" : ELMS
48. Opposite of intaglio : CAMEO
51. Like some votes : CROSSOVER
56. King or Alda : ALAN
57. Turkey carved by reviewers : FLOP
58. Kind of tower : IVORY
59. French copper : FLIC
60. Relieve : EASE
61. Rhythmical beat : PULSE
62. Old slave : ESNE
63. ___-in-the-wool : DYED
64. Two great N.Y. centers of culture : METS
1. Fashionable; elegant : POSH
2. Jai ___ : ALAI
3. Split : REND
4. Officer's assistant : AIDE
5. Musical : REVUE
6. Senseless : INANE
7. Pen for sheep : FOLD
8. Occupant of above : EWE
9. Unyielding, as the Old Guard : ROCKRIBBED
10. Melville work : OMOO
11. " . . . bone ___ hank of hair" : ANDA
12. Kind of tone : DIAL
14. Goddess of nature : CYBELE
21. Modus ___ : OPERANDI
22. Hall, in Pisa : SALA
24. What some bear and others can't bear : FIREARMS
25. Stuff : CRAM
26. Ancient Scandinavian poems : RUNES
27. Pass into law : ENACT
28. Like some politicians : ONTHEFENCE
29. Word with chance : FAT
30. "I'm ___ Because I Love You" : ALONE
31. Slow, in music : LENTO
33. Body viewed from CA : PAC
34. Back talk : SASS
37. Encore! : BIS
40. Of or for planes, blimps, etc. : AERO
42. Hearsay : GOSSIP
46. Unevenly shaped : EROSE
47. Moved with long, swinging strides : LOPED
48. Certain society : CAFE
49. "___ Well That Ends Well" : ALLS
50. Might's partner : MAIN
51. Kind of pipe or pigeon : CLAY
52. Egg cell : OVUM
53. Field mouse : VOLE
54. Once, once : ERST
55. These cross the bar : RYES
57. The ___ (U.S. banking system) : FED

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