New York Times, Friday, April 10, 1981

Author:Kay Sullivan
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.69, Missing: { J X Z }, Scrabble score: 284 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 63, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 9, XRef: 0
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1. Unruly child : BRAT
5. Greek letters : BETAS
10. Humdinger : LULU
14. Where Diamond Head is : OAHU
15. "The Sheik of ___," 1921 song : ARABY
16. Kind of type: Abbr. : ITAL
17. "All ___," Albee play : OVER
18. Plot : CABAL
19. Part of a church : NAVE
20. Town in Mali, near the Niger : TIMBUKTU
22. Shaping machine : LATHE
24. Northern Italian lake : ISEO
25. Dwindle : WANE
26. Gold digger, e.g. : MINER
28. Condense; summarize : TABULATE
32. Money in Prague : HALER
33. Bed cover of a sort : QUILT
34. Word with transit : SIC
35. Robin's-___ blue : EGG
36. Rigoletto's concern : CURSE
37. Three-time Burmese prime minister : UNU
38. Brawl : ROW
39. One of the Dionnes : QUINT
40. Redacts : EDITS
42. "Bathers," "Clowns" and other paintings : ROUAULTS
44. Lures : BAITS
45. Spin : RIDE
46. Middling : SOSO
47. Cite : QUOTE
49. Sign carried by a picket : ONSTRIKE
53. Teacher, especially in India : GURU
54. Marner : SILAS
56. Art school subj. : ANAT
57. Buys at auction : BIDS
58. "___ for the Tsar," Glinka opera : ALIFE
59. Lemon balm, for one : MINT
60. Eject : SPUE
61. Obscure : CLOUD
62. U.S. island near U.S.S.R. : ATTU
1. A Wellington or Napoleon : BOOT
2. Shankar, the musician : RAVI
3. Throat sound : AHEM
4. Rotary engine : TURBINE
5. Angel : BACKER
6. Muse or dryad : ERATO
7. Forbidden : TABU
8. Arabian garment : ABA
9. Word part : SYLLABLE
10. Door beam : LINTEL
11. A Mountain State : UTAH
12. Bathe : LAVE
13. Rubber tree : ULE
21. Consumer : USER
23. "Neither can you crack ___": Emerson : ANUT
25. Place for a girdle : WAIST
26. Myopic cartoon character : MAGOO
27. Clothing makers' org. : ILGWU
28. Rolls over : TURNS
29. " . . . for I'll have ___ of sables": Hamlet : ASUIT
30. Shades : TINTS
31. Old French coins : ECUS
32. Gentleman of Bonn : HERR
33. Altogether : QUITE
36. Dead end : CULDESAC
39. Give up : QUIT
40. Orient : EAST
41. Miniature scene : DIORAMA
43. Wake : AROUSE
44. Ruled the roost : BOSSED
46. Mixed up, G.I. style : SNAFU
47. Gibe or jest : QUIP
48. A language of India : URDU
49. Miscellany : OLIO
50. "What's ___ for me?" : INIT
51. Immanuel ___: 1724–1804 : KANT
52. Famous last words : ETTU
53. Literary monogram : GBS
55. "___ Be Seeing You," 1938 song : ILL

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