New York Times, Tuesday, February 2, 1982

Author:Lazer
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { J Q V Y Z }, Scrabble score: 268 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 6, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Proceedings on record : ACTA
5. Sight at Asbury Park : SHORE
10. French clergyman : ABBE
14. Nickname of a 1941 Oscar winner : COOP
15. Grinder : MOLAR
16. Tissue : TELA
17. Thus : ERGO
18. Rani's homeland : INDIA
19. Burden : ONUS
20. Term with two meanings : DOUBLEENTENDRE
23. Require : NEED
24. Hotbeds : NESTS
25. Sole of a plow : SLADE
28. Declaims loudly : RANTS
31. Desdemona's detractor : IAGO
32. Pressure ___ : COOKER
34. Beast of burden : ASS
37. Start of a high-school cheer : TWOFOURSIXEIGHT
40. C.E., E.E. or M.E. : ENG
41. Petty academic : PEDANT
42. Memorable anthropologist : MEAD
43. Fashionable beach resorts : LIDOS
44. Gushes forth vigorously : SPEWS
45. Arty party : SALON
48. Landlord, in Livorno : OSTE
50. Hawthorne collection : TWICETOLDTALES
56. Hindu hero : RAMA
57. Footless animal : APODE
58. "Some ___ It Hot" : LIKE
60. Seed covering : ARIL
61. Kitchen utensil : PARER
62. Greek goddess of discord : ERIS
63. Caresses : PETS
64. Fleeced : SHORN
65. Bane of a new-car owner : DENT
1. Parker of football fame : ACE
2. Unit of wood : CORD
3. Country in W. Africa : TOGO
4. "___ flesh": Shak. : APOUNDOF
5. Suggestion to a grump : SMILE
6. Sharpened : HONED
7. Adjective for a shoppe : OLDE
8. Precipitate : RAIN
9. Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
10. Expiates : ATONES
11. Sandhog's ailment : BENDS
12. Utter abruptly : BLURT
13. Alleviates : EASES
21. Buzzer : BEE
22. ___ nous : ENTRE
25. Developer's concern : SITE
26. Thin, cotton fabric : LAWN
27. Eager; excited : AGOG
28. Luxemburg and Bonheur : ROSAS
29. Related : AKIN
30. Immediately following : NEXT
32. Signaled : CUED
33. Catholics' calendar of Offices : ORDO
34. Screenwriter for "The African Queen" : AGEE
35. Patricia Hearst ___ : SHAW
36. Uniform requirements: Abbr. : STDS
38. State one's view : OPINE
39. Driven : IMPELLED
43. Certain trains : LOCALS
44. Musical dir. : STA
45. Kind of hanger : STRAP
46. Knowing : AWARE
47. Confine : LIMIT
48. Stranger : ODDER
49. Like a martinet : STERN
51. Bugler's call : TAPS
52. Large, colorful fish : OPAH
53. Monk parrot : LORO
54. Gaelic name for Ireland : EIRE
55. "I've Got You Under My ___" : SKIN
59. Erhard therapy : EST

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