New York Times, Thursday, April 14, 1983

Author: Petschke
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 42, Avg Word Len: 4.95, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 257 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 60, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 4, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
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© 1983, The New York Times
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1. Photo or hemo follower : STAT
5. Plat, e.g. : MAP
8. Jot : WHIT
12. Ringworm : TINEA
14. Round sound : TRA
15. Thurber forte : HUMOR
17. Excites one's attention : INTERESTS
19. Ammonia derivative : IMINE
20. Cussler novel: 1976 : RAISETHETITANIC
22. Where a future ens. is trained : USNA
23. Flush : EVEN
24. Nipa palm : ATAP
27. Third king of Judah : ASA
29. Not ___ (no one) : ASOUL
32. Sexual: Comb. form : GON
33. Pig or ingot: Abbr. : CSTG
34. Fork parts : TINES
36. Israeli seaport : HAIFA
38. Trouble : AIL
40. Madison Ave. type : ADMAN
41. Famous victim at sea: Apr. 15, 1912 : ASTOR
42. Prevaricator : LIAR
44. Inner: Prefix : ESO
45. Boat covers, for short : TARPS
47. Finale : END
48. Swivet : STEW
49. ___ Basin (German coal area) : SAAR
51. Festive : GALA
53. Walter Lord book, with "A" : NIGHTTOREMEMBER
60. Abdul's Almighty : ALLAH
61. Tomfoolery : HORSEPLAY
62. Orange Bowl site : MIAMI
63. Porthos, to Athos : AMI
64. Recipe direction : SAUTE
65. On the Atlantic : ASEA
66. Formerly named : NEE
67. Loch of fame : NESS
1. Ado : STIR
2. Actress Louise : TINA
3. Pro's opposite : ANTI
4. Prepares to drive : TEESUP
5. Calif. peak : MTSHASTA
6. A Johnson : ARTE
7. Clobber : PASTE
8. ___ Line (owners of the "unsinkable ship") : WHITESTAR
9. Common sci-fi character : HUMANOID
10. "___ the Mood for Love" : IMIN
11. Writer Morrison : TONI
13. Greek Mars : ARES
16. Platter for a deejay : REC
18. Spirit lamps : ETNAS
21. Marsh elder : IVA
24. Moslem title : AGHA
25. Emcee's proposal : TOAST
26. Bryant or Loos : ANITA
28. Like a gymnast : AGILE
30. Not yet considered or solved : UNMET
31. Let : LEASE
33. Rescue ship: Apr. 15, 1912 : CARPATHIA
35. Phoebe of songdom : SNOW
37. Scolder's words : FORSHAME
39. Slips, e.g. : LINGERIE
43. Smith and West : ADAMS
46. Apr. 16, 1983 : SAT
48. Small Chinese boat : SAMPAN
50. Famed French feudal family name : ROHAN
52. Grant and Marvin : LEES
53. Asian land, to some vets : NAM
54. Bones at the hips : ILIA
55. Knell of a Moselle bell : GLAS
56. Erie Canal town : ROME
57. Oceanic hue : BLUE
58. Grub : EATS
59. Whiskies : RYES

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