New York Times, Saturday, February 4, 1984

Author: William Lutwiniak
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { X }, Scrabble score: 342 (avg 1.77)
Open Squares: 74, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
William Lutwiniak has 247 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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Across Down
1. Black-belt sport : JUDO
5. Southwest building : ADOBE
10. Campus gp. : FRAT
14. Syria, of yore : ARAM
15. Caesar, for one : SALAD
16. Blow one's stack : RAGE
17. "The ___ Love" : MANI
18. Spellbound : HYPNOTIZED
20. Overspread : BLANKETED
22. Flattens : RAZES
23. ___ account (not at all) : ONNO
24. Tocsin : ALARM
26. Variety of croquet : ROQUE
29. Region of Israel : NEGEV
31. Creative work : ART
34. Obligations : ONUSES
36. Sire : BEGETTER
38. End : GOAL
39. Any person that : WHOSO
41. Decline : WANE
42. Selene's love : ENDYMION
44. Gelid : FROZEN
46. Thrice: Comb. form : TER
47. Battery feature : ANODE
49. Escaped gradually : OOZED
50. Lots of land : ACRES
52. Of a force : ODIC
54. Choristers : ALTOS
56. Bakes in a casserole : ESCALLOPS
61. "Friend, ___": Luke 14:10 : GOUPHIGHER
63. Jack's giant : OGRE
64. Hard to find : RARE
65. What "nemo" means : NOONE
66. Chela : CLAW
67. Nancy or Ed : AMES
68. Durable fabric : TWEED
69. Openers : KEYS
1. Door feature : JAMB
2. Russian stream : URAL
3. Charles or Bill : DANA
4. In a threatening fashion : OMINOUSLY
5. Wheyfaced : ASHEN
6. Orville Wright's birthplace : DAYTON
7. Wine flask for Socrates : OLPE
8. Gauze strips : BANDAGES
9. Tokyo, of yore : EDO
10. Carmelite, for one : FRIAR
11. Flashy display: Slang : RAZZMATAZZ
12. U.S. author: 1909–55 : AGEE
13. Koppel and Knight : TEDS
19. Crossbeam : TRAVE
21. Crook in a branch : KNEE
25. ___ lamb (gigot) : LEGOF
26. Thesaurus name : ROGET
27. "A linen stock ___ leg . . . ": Shak. : ONONE
28. Squaring process : QUADRATURE
30. Govt. security : EBOND
32. Name meaning "born again" : RENEE
33. Current style : TREND
35. Circe's subjects : SWINE
37. 1400 hours : TWOOCLOCK
40. Slammer : HOOSEGOW
43. Fen : MARSH
45. Make turbid : ROIL
48. Geological epoch : EOCENE
51. Ecclesiastical mantles : COPES
53. Confronted courageously : DARED
54. Site of a famous tomb : AGRA
55. Good earth : LOAM
57. Loafer, e.g. : SHOE
58. Stare amorously : OGLE
59. Beseech : PRAY
60. Runs up : SEWS
62. Part of I.T.T. : INT

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