New York Times, Monday, February 13, 1984

Author:Albert J. Klaus
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { F Q W Z }, Scrabble score: 278 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 1, XRef: 0
Albert J. Klaus has 115 pre-Shortz puzzles and 4 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Memorable actress Veronica : LAKE
5. Suffixes for old and gang : STERS
10. Being, in Paris : ETRE
14. Seed covering : ARIL
15. Characteristic : TRAIT
16. Electromagnetic radiation : XRAY
17. One who defames : DENIGRATOR
19. Apply asphalt : PAVE
20. Family member : DAD
21. Garland for a wahine : LEI
22. Pressed : IRONED
24. She asks: "Can we talk?" : JOANRIVERS
27. Light refractor : PRISM
29. Building or bridge : ERECTION
32. Narrow valleys : GLENS
33. Russian emperors : TSARS
34. Definite article : THE
35. Good fortune : LUCK
36. Wilbur and Stevens : POETS
37. Prejudice : BIAS
38. Japanese statesman : ITO
39. ___ aves : RARAE
40. "This one" is on him : SPORT
41. Of single sound source : MONAURAL
43. "Sailor on Horseback" author : STONE
44. Thrush from Tennessee : DINAHSHORE
46. Arranged in rows : TIERED
48. A G.I. mailing address : APO
49. Knight of TV fame : TED
52. African gazelle : ADMI
53. Unsuitably : IMPROPERLY
57. Writes : PENS
58. Saltpeter : NITER
59. Ascend : RISE
60. Ornamental band : SASH
61. Greenhouse material : GLASS
62. Long in the tooth : AGED
1. Alan or Cheryl : LADD
2. Region : AREA
3. Tenderhearted : KIND
4. Actor Wallach : ELI
5. River : STREAM
6. Teach : TRAIN
7. Bore into : EAT
8. Grande predecessor : RIO
9. They try hard : STRIVERS
10. Send goods abroad : EXPORT
11. Changeover : TRANSITION
12. Be delirious : RAVE
13. Observed : EYED
18. Make lustrous : GLOSS
23. Accs. of events : RECS
24. Evade in zigzag fashion : JINK
25. Fastens anew : RESEALS
26. Angry : IRATE
27. Planet discovered in 1930 : PLUTO
28. Sentences again : RECONDEMNS
30. Chicago airport : OHARE
31. Cozy place : NEST
32. Take a gander : GLIM
33. Pentateuch : TORAH
36. Frequent activity on Fifth Ave. : PARADING
37. Fraternal org. : BPOE
39. Mystic writing : RUNE
40. Honing implement : STROP
42. Breezy : AIRISH
43. Stupors : SOPORS
45. Warren occupants : HARES
46. Bugle call : TAPS
47. Thought : IDEA
49. Math subject : TRIG
50. Anagram for lees : ELSE
51. Colored : DYED
54. One-thousandth inch : MIL
55. Sch. group : PTA
56. Epoch : ERA

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