MINORITY REPORT

New York Times, Sunday, February 19, 1984

Author: Bert H. Kruse
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 168, Blocks: 92, Avg Word Len: 5.20, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 648 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 141, Cheaters: 14, FITB: 11, XRef: 0
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© 1984, The New York Times
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1. Ice pinnacle : SERAC
6. Violin's sire : REBEC
11. Drive down lightly : TAMP
15. Brotherhood Week theme : LOVE
19. Shakespearean deputy : ANGELO
20. Athenians' market centers : AGORAE
22. Asian sitter : AMAH
23. District : AREA
24. Hero of a national holiday starting in 1986 : MARTINLKINGJR
26. Jackie and Bojangles : ROBINSONS
28. Fencer's weapon : EPEE
29. Blue part of Old Glory : FIELD
30. Twain's brother : ORION
32. "___ your heart be troubled": John 14:1 : LETNOT
33. TU-144, e.g. : SST
34. Singer Bailey : PEARL
35. Blueprint : PLAN
36. Ski race : SLALOM
37. Famed Rialto couple : KERRS
38. Buonarroti work : PIETA
39. Nonprofessionals : LAITY
40. Seeks lofty goals : ASPIRES
43. Famed labor-brotherhood organizer : APRANDOLPH
45. Bulge in a billfold : WAD
48. A concern of Cal Peete : STANCE
49. Chummy, in Cheshire : MATEY
51. Diamond units : OUTS
52. College founder ___ Bethune : MARY
53. Abolitionist Sojourner ___ : TRUTH
54. Inheritance items : GENES
55. Aqua ___, gold-dissolving liquid : REGIA
57. Law group : POSSE
58. Raises one's hackles : RILE
59. Blessing : BOON
60. Persians' contemporaries : MEDES
61. Kind of acting : METHOD
62. Crewman : OAR
63. Memorable N.A.A.C.P. director : ROYWILKINS
66. Bayard ___, Washington March organizer: 1963 : RUSTIN
67. Vehicles for Price and Bumbry : OPERAS
69. "___ Allen," by Gwendolyn Brooks : ANNIE
70. Lafayette is here : EASTON
71. Stands : ABIDES
72. Diplomat-editor-orator Frederick and family : DOUGLASSES
74. Scout org.'s former name : GSA
77. Greek nymph : MAENAD
78. Happy tunes : LILTS
80. Train or plane info : SKED
81. Bandleader Kenton : STAN
82. Welles or Bean : ORSON
83. Jolly Roger figures : BONES
84. Cheered : RAHED
86. Electrical problem : SHORT
87. High time : NOON
88. Activist : DOER
89. More with it : SANER
90. Rough shelter : LEANTO
91. Rutledge or Jillian : ANN
92. Olympic great : JESSEOWENS
95. Presidential hopeful: 1984 : JACKSON
96. A Nobelist of 1957 : CAMUS
97. Persona non ___ : GRATA
98. Part of a Dante work : CANTO
99. Sockeye, for one : SALMON
101. Kids : RIBS
102. Twinges : PANGS
103. Turner or Cole : NAT
106. Attribute of Marian Anderson : APLOMB
107. Muralist Rivera : DIEGO
109. Presages : BODES
110. Rhine tributary : AARE
111. N.A.A.C.P. co-founder, historian-sociologist : WEBDUBOIS
113. Underground Railroad leader and Union spy : HARRIETTUBMAN
116. Geraint's wife : ENID
117. Medieval serf : ESNE
118. Hooky player : TRUANT
119. Get one's bearings : ORIENT
120. Brace : STAY
121. Ellington : DUKE
122. Impressions : DENTS
123. Food, clothing, etc. : NEEDS
1. Sinecures : SNAPS
2. Plume bearer : EGRET
3. Neural network : RETE
4. The Greatest : ALI
5. Award winner : CONFEREE
6. Fall guys : RAKERS
7. Völund's brother : EGILL
8. Civil-rights leader Julian : BOND
9. Work unit : ERG
10. Wheedler's forte : CAJOLERY
11. Tropical food source : TARO
12. King in Kings : AMON
13. Shelley subject : MAB
14. Wendell ___, Anti-Slavery Society president : PHILLIPS
15. At the end : LASTLY
16. Maine campus site : ORONO
17. Spite : VENOM
18. Cardinal point : EAST
19. Iowa college town : AMES
21. Printers' mistakes : ERRATA
25. Mythomaniacs : LIARS
27. Under, in poesy : NEATH
31. ___ instant (right away) : INAN
34. Fish or roost : PERCH
35. Pan's music makers : PIPES
36. Board game : SALTA
37. Alex Haley hero : KINTE
38. Strasbourg export : PATE
39. The Brown Bomber : LOUIS
40. J. R. Richard was one : ASTRO
41. Tiny groove : STRIA
42. Memorable actor-singer : PAULROBESON
44. Venetian chief : DOGE
45. First family of Chicago : WASHINGTONS
46. Hot crime : ARSON
47. Tinted : DYED
49. Catty remarks : MEOWS
50. Noted opera costume designer : ANNI
52. "We Shall Overcome," e.g. : MOTTO
54. Prado sights : GOYAS
55. Err at cards : RENIG
56. Old car : EDSEL
57. Spray candidates : PESTS
59. Feeling ennui : BORED
60. Calculator key : MINUS
61. Thought : MUSED
63. Fortification : REDAN
64. Serve soup : LADLE
65. Grannies, e.g. : KNOTS
66. Flattened a flat : RASED
68. Tree having edible seeds : PINON
70. Glacial-stream deposit : ESKER
71. Hammerin' Hank : AARON
73. Big name in tennis : ASHE
75. Andrea del ___ : SARTO
76. Chekhov : ANTON
77. Actress Freeman : MONA
78. Fine soil : LOESS
79. Regarding : INRE
81. Military dress hat : SHAKO
83. Petty officer : BOSUN
84. Carries on : RANTS
85. Handle for Brutus : ANSA
86. Faiths : SECTS
88. Discharged, as from the R.A.F. : DEMOBBED
89. Atlantic coast, e.g. : SEABOARD
90. Poet-dramatist-novelist Hughes : LANGSTON
92. ___ and Kashmir, Indian state : JAMMU
93. Monster : OGRE
94. Creator of Bigger Thomas : WRIGHT
95. Leigh or Gaynor : JANET
96. Like plowed but unharrowed acres : CLODDY
98. Fellow graduates with Gen. Benjamin Davis Jr.: 1936 : CADETS
99. All in : SPENT
100. Iowa coal center : ALBIA
102. Pencil part : POINT
103. Dubbed : NAMED
104. Isles off Ireland : ARANS
105. Something to pitch : TENT
106. Dumbfounds : AWES
107. Drop shot for Noah : DINK
108. What "video" means : ISEE
109. Breakfast food : BRAN
110. Nichols suitor : ABIE
112. Columbus inst. : OSU
114. Regret : RUE
115. Yorkshire river : URE

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