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New York Times, Sunday, May 13, 1984

Author: Richard Silvestri
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 170, Blocks: 96, Avg Word Len: 5.09, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 651 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 126, Cheaters: 12, FITB: 9, XRef: 0
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© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. In : ATHOME
7. Wanted-poster listing : ALIAS
12. Bare : MERE
16. Citrus drinks : ADES
20. Full of eddies : SWIRLY
21. Covered carriage : LANDAU
23. Ellipsoidal : OVAL
24. Big rig : SEMI
25. Loser to Pierce: 1852 : WINFIELDSCOTT
27. One of Salome's seven : VEIL
28. "Heads ___ . . . " : IWIN
29. Within: Prefix : ENDO
30. Diamond Head site : OAHU
31. Matures : RIPENS
33. Marsh bird : STILT
34. Ed Norton's milieu : SEWER
37. Clamber : SCALE
39. F or C reading : TEMP
41. Overtime producer : TIE
42. Baseball stat : RBI
44. Ancient Hebrew measure : OMER
46. "Oberon" is one : OPERA
48. Muscle that expands another part : DILATOR
50. Bighorn : ARGALI
52. College in N.C. : ELON
55. A neighbor of Ga. : FLA
57. Record : DISC
58. Loser to Buchanan: 1856 : JOHNFREMONT
60. Anthracite : COAL
61. Steps over a fence : STILE
63. D.A., for one : ATTY
64. Long hill : RIDGE
65. Short bandlike sleeve : ARMLET
67. Bubble and squeak, e.g. : DISH
69. Loser to Grant: 1868 : HORATIOSEYMOUR
73. British coppers : PENCE
74. Opposite of aboard : ASHORE
77. Simple sugar : OSE
78. Run amok : RIOT
80. Shooter : TAW
81. Kern musical : SHOWBOAT
84. Mends hose : DARNS
87. Letter holder : ENVELOPE
89. DeSoto or Hudson : CAR
90. Holm : ISLE
91. Absent : OUT
92. Attended to pressing business : IRONED
93. Conform : ADAPT
95. Loser to Eisenhower: 1952 and 1956 : ADLAISTEVENSON
102. Somewhat, in music : POCO
103. Kellogg-___ Pact : BRIAND
104. "Do I ___ Waltz?" : HEARA
105. Actual being : ESSE
109. Piece of cheese : WEDGE
111. Layer of the eye : UVEA
112. Loser to Roosevelt: 1904 : ALTONPARKER
115. Bestows, in Dundee : GIES
116. Nun's predecessor : MEM
117. Polanski film : TESS
118. Evaluate : ASSESS
119. Clergymen : CURATES
122. Shaped like a cupola : DOMIC
125. Blue-pencil : EDIT
127. Omaha Beach craft : LST
128. First of the cardinals : ONE
129. A state carved out of Deseret : UTAH
131. Wall recess : NICHE
133. Old-womanish : ANILE
135. Go on all fours : CREEP
137. Moon goddess : SELENE
139. Vientiane's land : LAOS
142. Alaskan island : ATKA
145. Battery compartment : CELL
146. Siamese : THAI
147. Loser to Truman: 1948 : STROMTHURMOND
151. Avails oneself of : USES
152. Linen marking : HERS
153. Zoo man : KEEPER
154. Lent : LOANED
155. Eye inflammation : STYE
156. Snorri Sturluson opus : EDDA
157. Rocket stage : AGENA
158. Muddles : MESSES
1. "___ forgive those . . . " : ASWE
2. Romulus or Remus : TWIN
3. Second-guesser's forte : HINDSIGHT
4. Part of a sentry's query : ORFOE
5. Roman 1,051 : MLI
6. Scrutinize : EYE
7. Hawkeye portrayer : ALDA
8. Scourge : LASH
9. Anvil : INCUS
10. Hubbub : ADO
11. Subordinate : SATRAP
12. Arouse feeling : MOVE
13. Part of a meet : EVENT
14. Put up : RAISED
15. Type of extension : ELL
16. ___ were (so to speak) : ASIT
17. Loser to Madison: 1812 : DEWITTCLINTON
18. Pucci : EMILIO
19. Geyser deposit : SINTER
22. Serviceable : UTILE
26. Body of knowledge : LORE
32. Emulate Olivier : PERFORM
33. Disunite : SPLIT
35. Prokofiev character : WOLF
36. Moslem prince : EMIR
38. "The Barefoot ___," 1954 film : CONTESSA
40. Center : MIDST
42. Indian V.I.P. : RAJA
43. Bremen bread : BROT
45. Pardon : REMIT
47. Cottonwood : ALAMO
49. Private line : ASIDE
51. Notwithstanding : ANYHOW
53. N.J. or Calif. city : LODI
54. ___ terms (friendly) : ONGOOD
56. Entice : ALLURE
59. Historical time : ERA
60. Winslow Homer's "Rum ___" : CAY
62. Galsworthy play : ESCAPE
66. One of TV's Grays : ERIN
68. Took an ax to : HEWED
70. Pluto's path : ORBIT
71. Antique autos : REOS
72. Namesakes of Saarinen : EEROS
73. Feather: Comb. form : PTERO
74. Org. for Cahn and Kahn : ASCAP
75. Feb. 2 omen : SHADOW
76. Loser to Grant: 1872 : HORACEGREELEY
79. Sheep genus : OVIS
82. Winglike : ALAR
83. Wearisomeness : TEDIUM
85. Titmouse's relative : NUTHATCH
86. An Isaac Bickerstaff : STEELE
88. Anchorites : LONERS
94. Places for conductors : PODIA
96. Washed : LAVED
97. Windflower : ANEMONE
98. Mrs. McKinley : IDA
99. Large casks : VATS
100. Uneven : EROSE
101. Palindromic name : NAN
103. Attack on all sides : BESET
106. Halloween rattlers : SKELETONS
107. Mtg. : SESS
108. First, in Frankfurt : ERST
110. Duds : GETUP
113. Stitch : PAIN
114. Piedmontese province : ASTI
119. Spherical bacterium : COCCUS
120. Turmoil : UNREST
121. Wearing an obi : SASHED
123. Byelorussian capital : MINSK
124. Summer cooler : ICETEA
126. Sprint : DASH
130. Learned : HEARD
132. Run away, in a way : ELOPE
134. Actor Lorenzo from L.A. : LAMAS
136. Additional : ELSE
138. Dame ___, Jurgen's wife : LISA
140. Congregational comeback : AMEN
141. Norwegian river : OTRA
143. Rather low joint : KNEE
144. Enlarges : ADDS
146. Beverage for Bardot : THE
148. Command of a col. : REG
149. Einstein's birthplace : ULM
150. Sturgeon product : ROE

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