New York Times, Wednesday, April 14, 1982

Author: John Greenman
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 40, Avg Word Len: 4.87, Missing: { G J V X Z }, Scrabble score: 276 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 67, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 8, XRef: 0
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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. H.S.T.'s successor : DDE
4. Pentateuch : TORAH
9. Rembrandt's "Lady with ___" : AFAN
13. Scintilla : IOTA
15. Battery part : ANODE
16. Grimace : MOUE
17. Bedstead : FOURPOSTER
19. Batter's ploy : BUNT
20. Horseshoeing shops : SMITHIES
21. Utter suddenly : BLURT
23. It is, to Seneca : EST
24. Dog walker's gear : LEASH
25. Crib occupant : INFANT
29. Start of a nursery rhyme : MARYHADA
32. Romberg's "The New ___" : MOON
33. Wears well : LASTS
34. Felt tip's forerunner : NIB
35. Like many champagnes : BRUT
36. Conductor's arithmetic : FARES
37. "An apple ___ . . . " : ADAY
38. Egypt's erstwhile initials : UAR
39. Western : OATER
40. Zoom, e.g. : LENS
41. Extracts : ESSENCES
43. Early Minnesotans : SWEDES
45. Odd : QUEER
46. Health resort : SPA
47. Pack animal : BURRO
48. More exuberant or quarrelsome : FEISTIER
53. Ear lobes, e.g. : ALAE
54. Glove segment : FOURCHETTE
56. Ottoman's descendant : TURK
57. Progeny : ISSUE
58. Computer fodder : DATA
59. Sun Belt, e.g. : AREA
60. Pours : TEEMS
61. Emulated Ozawa : LED
1. Disparities, for short : DIFS
2. Ruin : DOOM
3. Embroiderer's case : ETUI
4. Follower of Lao-tse : TAOIST
5. Commencement : ONSET
6. Plant diseases : ROTS
7. Uncarbonated soft drink : ADE
8. Poet George and composer Victor : HERBERTS
9. Trap : AMBUSH
10. Like euchre and bridge : FOURHANDED
11. Sawyer's Polly : AUNT
12. Trampoline : NET
14. Buchwald : ART
18. Like benzene: Comb. form : PHEN
22. ___ in (stores) : LAYS
24. Kind of beam : LASER
25. Pervade : IMBUE
26. Ibsen and Hammett heroines : NORAS
27. Candid : FOURSQUARE
28. Picnic crasher : ANT
29. ___-nest (delusion) : MARES
30. Photographer Arbus : DIANE
31. Unfathomable chasm : ABYSS
33. Procrastinator's word : LATER
36. On the ___ (apparently) : FACEOFIT
37. Maugham's "Cakes and ___" : ALE
39. Humdinger : ONER
42. NW Calif. city : EUREKA
43. Ginger and mace : SPICES
44. Light tint : WASH
46. Immunizing fluid : SERUM
47. Becloud : BLUR
48. Electric-circuit protector : FUSE
49. Knight or Turner : TED
50. Type style, for short : ITAL
51. Ending for wagon or leather : ETTE
52. Comprehend, in a way : READ
53. ___ loss (perplexed) : ATA
55. Carbohydrate suffix : OSE

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