New York Times, Wednesday, March 28, 1984

Author: Reichert
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J K Q V W Z }, Scrabble score: 257 (avg 1.36)
Open Squares: 80, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 5, XRef: 1
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© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Concentrate : FOCUS
6. Jet speed number : MACH
10. ___ Wilander, tennis star : MATS
14. Greeted the dawn : AROSE
15. ___ Nagy, Hungarian statesman : IMRE
16. Zaragoza's river : EBRO
17. Pertaining to a petrified Pa. product : BITUMINOUS
19. Ivan, e.g. : TSAR
20. Lawyer's advance : RETAINER
21. Stationary : STATIC
23. Suffix for alcohols : INOL
24. Essay : TRY
25. Buoy : ELATE
26. Container: Abbr. : CTN
27. Her or his, in Lyon : SES
28. ___-Saud : IBN
30. Comparative suffix : IOR
31. Indian weight : SER
32. Kith and kin : COUSINRY
34. Product of a day's work in Pa.? : SIXTEENTONS
36. Custom : PRACTICE
38. Number of coins in the fountain : TRE
39. Poetic contraction : EEN
40. Aged: Lat. abbr. : AET
41. Rules to follow : DOS
42. Ogre's last word : FUM
45. Inert element : ARGON
47. One, in Glasgow : AIN
48. Occupation : LINE
49. Curries favor : COURTS
51. "Hurry up!" : STEPONIT
53. Ayes, in Paree : OUIS
54. Petrified product of Pa. : ANTHRACITE
56. ___ time (never) : ATNO
57. Pierce : GORE
58. Subsequent : LATER
59. Youth : TEEN
60. Perfume : ODOR
61. Travois and monoski : SLEDS
1. Serge or buckram : FABRIC
2. Adjust : ORIENT
3. Another example of 1 Down : COTTON
4. Run-of-the-mill : USUAL
5. Highway hauler : SEMI
6. Some Pa. workmen : MINERS
7. He wrote "Home Town": 1950 : AMORY
8. French vineyard : CRU
9. Memorable pianist : HESS
10. Bismuth, e.g. : METAL
11. Refrains : ABSTAINS
12. Arnold was one : TRAITOR
13. Voodoo : SORCERY
18. Connect : INTERTIE
22. Certain muscles : TENSORS
27. Mariner's tool : SEXTANT
28. Charged particle : ION
29. Seamstress, sometimes : BUTTONER
31. "___ 'em!" : SIC
32. Bee chaser : CEE
33. Ending for elephant or serpent : INE
34. Optimistic : SANGUINE
35. Outside:Comb. form : ECT
36. Sailor's garb : PEACOAT
37. Detour : REROUTE
41. Nervous Nellie's condition : DITHER
42. Limited : FINITE
43. Part of U.M.W. : UNITED
44. Measures : METERS
46. A human Bean : ORSON
47. Kind of dome or turf : ASTRO
48. A.F.L. branch : LOCAL
50. Pudding starch : SAGO
52. Cronies : PALS
55. It's east of Eden : NOD

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