New York Times, Thursday, April 15, 1982

Author:Louise Earnest
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 35, Avg Word Len: 5.00, Missing: { J Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 312 (avg 1.64)
Open Squares: 68, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 3, XRef: 0
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Across Down
1. Sound in a round : TRA
4. Jaw : YAK
7. Sirs, in India : SAHIBS
13. Supplant : REPLACE
15. Cactuses of the Southwest : CHOLLAS
17. In abundance : APLENTY
18. Detour : REROUTE
19. Grouch : CRANK
20. Knotted fibers : NOILS
22. A neighbor of U.S.A. : MEX
23. It has its ups and downs : YOYO
24. Overthrows : TOPPLES
26. Rank : STATUS
28. Mown path : SWATH
32. Mideast "gold" : OIL
35. City near Des Moines : AMES
36. Scrumptious : PEACHY
37. Man in a van : TRUCKER
39. Ironed : MANGLED
40. Noble : TITLED
41. Conifers : FIRS
42. One, to Jacques : UNE
43. Famous French theater : ODEON
44. Boar or walrus : TUSKER
46. Certain racers : GOCARTS
48. Blood: Comb. form : HAEM
52. Org. of Northern Ireland : IRA
55. Niagara power-system designer : TESLA
56. Alabama city : SELMA
57. Remark : COMMENT
59. Ma and Pa of the movies : KETTLES
61. End of a freight : CABOOSE
62. Masthead listings : EDITORS
63. He's on top of things : ROOFER
64. Correlative : NOR
65. After ex : WYE
1. Austin of tennis : TRACY
2. Printer's proof : REPRO
3. Make ___ for (try to attract) : APLAY
4. G.I., in W.W. I : YANK
5. Statute : ACT
6. Important convention speaker : KEYNOTER
7. Notes, lists, etc. : SCRIPS
8. " . . . turn'd a heaven unto ___": Shak. : AHELL
9. Helpful attribute at Aqueduct : HORSESENSE
10. U.N.'s labor org. : ILO
11. Léon ___, former French P.M. : BLUM
12. Surfeit : SATE
14. Meshed fabrics : LENOS
16. Between quinque and septem : SEX
21. Oeuvre : OPUS
24. Emulated Petruchio : TAMED
25. Drapery part : SWAG
27. Pay attention to : TAKENOTEOF
29. Basic-rights org. : ACLU
30. Now's antithesis : THEN
31. Jekyll's alter ego : HYDE
32. Preminger : OTTO
33. Blue flag : IRID
34. Plumber's sealing agent : LUTE
36. He played Al Jolson : PARKS
38. Jam : CLOG
39. In error : MISTAKEN
41. Roll up, as a sail : FURL
44. Tea-company employee : TASTER
45. Scarlett's third husband : RHETT
47. Perfume, in a way : CENSE
49. Concede : ALLOW
50. Corundum : EMERY
51. Billiard shot : MASSE
52. It regulates RR's : ICC
53. Bellow : ROAR
54. Early pulpit : AMBO
56. Clink : STIR
58. Pasture sound : MOO
60. Nigerian from Benin : EDO

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