New York Times, Saturday, November 9, 1985

Author:Horiguchi
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 31, Avg Word Len: 5.39, Missing: { F J K Q U W X Z }, Scrabble score: 266 (avg 1.37)
Open Squares: 84, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 8, XRef: 0
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© 1985, The New York Times
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1. Not very enthusiastic : TEPID
6. Funeral ode : EPICEDE
13. Lobster's coral : REDROE
14. Producer of ennui : MONOTONY
16. Cities in Ill. and Scotland : ELGINS
17. Gothic finial : PINNACLE
18. Isn't perfectly perpendicular : LEANS
19. Shooting match, in Sedan : TIR
20. Flash of light : GLEAM
21. Port of Israel : ACRE
22. Hebrews' first high priest : AARON
24. Suffix with infer : ENCE
25. Word with room or root : TAP
26. Describing Assyrians and Phoenicians : SEMITIC
28. Hamilton's pet number? : TEN
29. Limited to a small circle : ESOTERIC
31. When M. Aurelius was 30 : CLI
33. Sound systems : STEREOS
34. Gravelly-voiced film actor : STANDER
38. Plenipotentiary: Abbr. : AMB
39. Typical Turner masterpiece : SEASCAPE
40. Gun a motor : REV
43. Valentino vehicles : SILENTS
45. Unruly mass of hair : MOP
46. He portrayed Big Daddy : IVES
48. "To ___ upon the midnight . . . ": Keats : CEASE
49. Shoshonean : HOPI
50. One of a famous trio : PINTA
52. Enzyme suffix : ASE
53. Silkworm's habitat: Fr. : COCON
54. Legendary S.A. land : ELDORADO
56. Irish port : TRALEE
57. Caught a marlin : REELEDIN
58. Attendant on Poseidon : NEREID
59. What Miniver Cheevy had : REASONS
60. "Gondoliers" lass : TESSA
1. Modern media program : TELECAST
2. Boy taken in by John Allan : EDGARPOE
3. Actor in "The Miracle Worker" : PRINE
4. Cyclotron items : IONS
5. "La Valse ___ Toréadors": Anouilh : DES
6. Relier on experience : EMPIRIC
7. Belgian fictional sleuth : POIROT
8. Gray's ___, London : INN
9. D.C. body : CONG
10. Mer ___: Fr. doldrums : ETALE
11. Teaching : DOCENT
12. Twine : ENLACE
13. Connects : RELATES
15. Its capital is Sana : YEMEN
19. Sieve made of cloth : TAMIS
22. Oxidative : AEROBIC
23. Wink : NICTATE
26. Appears : SEEMS
27. Segal's "The ___" : CLASS
30. La-la preceder : TRA
32. "Airways, ___": Dos Passos : INC
34. What ravers don't make : SENSE
35. His sword was feared : DAMOCLES
36. Epic poem : EPOPOEIA
37. Complained : REPINED
39. "The Four ___": Vivaldi : SEASONS
40. Not so green : RIPER
41. More wicked : EVILER
42. Buyer : VENDEE
44. Introduction : LEADIN
47. Garb for Atia : STOLA
49. White coatings : HOARS
51. God once imprisoned in a jar : ARES
53. Canadian Indian : CREE
55. ___ Annie, in "Oklahoma!" : ADO
56. Ammo material : TNT

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