New York Times, Wednesday, March 27, 1985

Author:Irene Smullyan
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 72, Blocks: 37, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { F G J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 279 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 88, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 6, XRef: 0
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© 1985, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Generally regarded : REPUTED
8. Musical form : CHORALE
15. Issue : EMANATE
16. Account : RECITAL
17. Balearic island : MINORCA
18. School at Annapolis : ACADEMY
19. "___ pro nobis" : ORA
20. Draws back : SHRINKS
22. French article : LES
23. City on the Danube : VAC
24. "___ tu," Verdi aria : ERI
25. Lake Balkhash feeder : ILI
26. Moral code : ETHIC
29. Large quantity : SEA
30. Stone pillar : STELA
32. Perform again : REENACT
34. Rome's St. John ___ : LATERAN
36. Queenly Spanish name : ENA
37. Sleep phenom. : REM
38. Autocrats : DESPOTS
42. Ready : PREPARE
46. Diminish : ABATE
47. Average : PAR
49. Union unit : LOCAL
50. TV network : PBS
51. River in Devon : EXE
52. Germ cells : OVA
53. Liq. measures : PTS
54. Library procedure : RENEWAL
58. Tennis term : LET
59. Members of a pride : LIONETS
61. Analgesic : ANODYNE
63. Descendant of Esau : EDOMITE
64. Celestial gateman : STPETER
65. Stripper : DENUDER
66. Toadies : HEELERS
1. This hits the spots : REMOVER
2. Kin of a sheikdom : EMIRATE
3. Flair : PANACHE
4. Número ___ : UNO
5. Salts : TARS
6. Engrave : ETCH
7. "Mommie ___," C. Crawford book : DEAREST
8. Pertaining to the skull : CRANIAL
9. Shucks! : HECK
10. Shamrocks' cousins : OCAS
11. Divest, as of pests : RID
12. Cézanne had one : ATELIER
13. Clam's plate : LAMELLA
14. Heavenly : ELYSIAN
21. Wrath : IRE
27. All thumbs : INEPT
28. Hiawatha's craft : CANOE
30. Lennon's "___ and Glass" : STEEL
31. Allegro, e.g. : TEMPO
33. Kind of bird or call : CAT
35. Travel abbr. : ARR
38. Spotted : DAPPLED
39. Hit song in 1953 : EBBTIDE
40. W.W. I poet : SASSOON
41. He wrote "Astrophel" : SPENSER
42. Laundry verb : PREWASH
43. Altar boy : ACOLYTE
44. Glutton : RAVENER
45. Some beetles : ELATERS
48. What the king of diamonds has : AXE
54. Victoria's physician : REID
55. Diminutive suffix : ETTE
56. This precedes bellum : ANTE
57. Canter : LOPE
60. Labor org. : NMU
62. Blue Hen St. : DEL

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