New York Times, Wednesday, March 7, 1984

Author: Albert J. Klaus
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.92, Missing: { J Q U W X Z }, Scrabble score: 264 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
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. Symbol of peace : DOVE
5. Image: Comb. form : ICONO
10. Carillon item : BELL
14. Same, to Sulla : IDEM
15. Poe's "The ___" : RAVEN
16. Londoner's marge : OLEO
17. Rail with a tail : SORA
18. Mountain crest : ARETE
19. Boy, in Barcelona : NINO
20. Lamont ___ (The Shadow) : CRANSTON
22. Kind of hole or pea : PIGEON
24. Attention-getter : AHEM
25. ___ qua non : SINE
26. Condition : STATE
29. Periodic activity of snakes : SHEDDING
33. A Johnson : ARTE
34. Type of prism : AMICI
35. Letter before dee : CEE
36. People with similar traits : BIRDSOFAFEATHER
40. Ornament atop a church : EPI
41. To the left, at sea : APORT
42. Soft drink : SODA
43. Declare again : REASSERT
45. Where snipe takes a swipe : MARSH
46. Anglo-Saxon slave : ESNE
47. Inspiration for Keats : STAR
49. Types of races : RELAYS
52. Musial was one : CARDINAL
56. Bedouin : ARAB
57. Raise one's spirits : ELATE
59. Heroic tale : SAGA
60. Male parent : SIRE
61. Composer Copland : AARON
62. Row : TIER
63. Small dog, for short : PEKE
64. Exhaust : SPEND
65. Bob follower : SLED
1. Phonograph record : DISC
2. Aroma : ODOR
3. Miles or Ralston : VERA
4. Rose : EMANATED
5. Wrathful : IRATE
6. Billiards shot : CAROM
7. Place to place a capon : OVEN
8. Bird causes this to swish : NET
9. Type of bathing suit : ONEPIECE
10. Rang, in a way : BONGED
11. Author Wiesel : ELIE
12. Soft, meshed fabric : LENO
13. Kooky one : LOON
21. Andress film: 1965 : SHE
23. New Delhi is its capital : INDIA
25. Change gears : SHIFT
26. Cavalry sword : SABER
27. Nonsense : TRIPE
28. Main halls of Roman homes : ATRIA
29. Intelligent : SMART
30. Ethereal fluid : ICHOR
31. Requirements : NEEDS
32. One-twentieth of a shekel : GERAH
34. Predecessor of said or mentioned : AFORE
37. Impudent : SASSY
38. These are outside a mare clausum : OPENSEAS
39. Bolsheviks' foes in 1917 : TSARISTS
44. "Can do" is his motto : SEABEE
45. Frenzied : MAD
47. " . . . ___ a tuffet" : SATON
48. Tendency : TREND
49. Rough file : RASP
50. Clinton's canal : ERIE
51. Frolic : LARK
52. Custody : CARE
53. Staple's kin : NAIL
54. Askew : AGEE
55. Fat from razorbacks : LARD
58. Once around a track : LAP

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