New York Times, Saturday, February 11, 1984

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Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 43, Avg Word Len: 5.06, Missing: { J K W Z }, Scrabble score: 264 (avg 1.45)
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1. "Scotch fiddles" : SCABS
6. Circle parts : ARCS
10. Trumpets' kin : CORNETS
12. Nova-shaped : STELLAR
15. "All the President's Men" figure : BRADLEE
16. Ruler of a kind : TSQUARE
17. ___ powder (explosive) : NITRO
18. Kind of gun : RAY
20. L–Q connection : MNOP
21. VII minus IV : III
22. Ever, to Burns : EER
23. Calibrated camera setting : FSTOP
24. German subs : UBOATS
27. Practical people : REALISTS
29. Chess pieces : MEN
30. "A man may kiss ___ lass": Burns : ABONNIE
32. Heavily, to Verdi : PESANTE
35. Snares : ENTRAPS
39. Achieve, British style : REALISE
41. Kind of sauce : SOY
42. Pilfer or mooch : SCROUNGE
45. Blue flicks, often : XRATED
48. Part of D-day : HHOUR
49. B.&O., etc. : RRS
51. Puncture prefix : ACU
52. Feed-bag contents : OATS
53. Butt residue : ASH
54. Fundy highs and lows : TIDES
57. "The ___ Room," 1962 film : LSHAPED
60. Readily perceived : EVIDENT
62. ___ Year Book: 1422 : EMELINE
63. Mexicans and Brazilians : LATINOS
64. Some J.F.K. visitors : SSTS
65. Mennonites et al. : SECTS
1. Spore clusters : SORI
2. Mess-kit filler : CRATIONS
3. Favorite residence of Frederick II : ANDRIA
4. Wis. college : BELOIT
5. Sault ___ Marie : STE
6. Satellite launched in 1966 : ATS
7. Petition: Abbr. : REQ
8. More awkward : CLUMSIER
9. Distorts, as a newscast : SLANTS
10. .30-cal. rifle : CBN
11. Withered : SERE
12. Hydrocarbons used in making plastics : STYRENES
13. " . . . from so deep ___?": Shak. : AROOT
14. Tie fabrics : REPPS
19. Prefix for dynamic : AERO
23. Zip around : FLIT
24. Fig. behind home plate : UMP
25. Apoidea member : BEE
26. Lucifer or Beelzebub : SATAN
28. Building wing : ANNEX
31. Yugoslav capital : BELGRADE
33. What reveille causes : AROUSALS
34. Of nerves: Comb. form : NEUR
36. Summa cum laude candidate : ASTUDENT
37. Virginia Clemm's bridegroom : POE
38. A Chaplin : SYD
40. Noun suffixes : IERS
42. Sailor's wooden block : SHOLE
43. Narrow gorge : CHASM
44. Lutheran theologian and family : ROTHES
46. Cassowary or ostrich : RATITE
47. Like vinegar : ACIDIC
50. Cartoonist-author Silverstein : SHEL
55. Slaughter or Cabell : ENOS
56. Wall and Fleet: Abbr. : STS
58. Sump : PIT
59. Quartet in "One Sunday Afternoon" : ENS
61. Vessel for Virgil : VAS

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