PAINE DECLARATION: 1776

New York Times, Sunday, June 30, 1985

Author: Caroline G. Fitzgerald
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 76, Avg Word Len: 5.21, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 545 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 110, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 14, XRef: 0
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© 1985, The New York Times
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1. Flag woman of 1777 : ROSS
5. Cheekbone : MALAR
10. Garret : ATTIC
15. Kind of rain or test : ACID
19. Utter or vigil follower : ANCE
20. Wazhazhe : OSAGE
21. Bluster : SWASH
22. Japanese beverage : SAKE
23. Start of a quotation : HEAVENKNOWSHOWTO
26. Emulate Mount St. Helens : SPEW
27. Freshen, with "up" : PERK
28. Guide; teacher : GURU
29. Irony entree : LIVER
31. " . . . our flag was still ___" : THERE
33. Quotation: Part II : PUTAPROPERPRICE
39. Baltic port : RIGA
40. Dismantle : STRIP
41. ___ Marie Saint : EVA
42. Norman Lear forte : SITCOM
43. Quotation: Part III : UPONITS
45. Forepole : SPILING
48. Provoke : IRE
49. Typewriter part : SPACER
50. Dir. from Springfield to Boston : ENE
51. Loop loopers : ELS
53. Kind of shark : LOAN
54. Strength of a chemical solution : TITER
55. Quotation: Part IV : GOODSANDITWOULD
60. It is so : YES
61. Countess's spouse : EARL
62. Suffix with expert : ISE
63. Certain fashionable creations : DIORS
64. Quotation: Part V : BESTRANGEINDEED
68. Integrity; valor : ARETE
69. Sport : FUN
70. Two Va. signers: 7/4/76 : LEES
71. Romaine lettuce : COS
74. Quotation: Part VI : IFSOCELESTIALAN
78. Core : HEART
80. A lot : SLEW
81. Indian weight : SER
82. Cartogram : MAP
83. Social reformer Margaret ___ : FULLER
84. Famed cargo of Boston : TEA
85. Reno's ___ chance : GAMESOF
88. Quotation: Part VII : ARTICLE
89. Resume : REOPEN
93. Pitcher McGraw : TUG
94. Texan's grassy plain : LLANO
96. Ruminate : MUSE
97. Quotation: Part VIII : ASFREEDOMSHOULD
100. Kind of lace : FILET
101. Red, white or blue : COLOR
102. "___ Ideas," 1951 song : IGET
103. Famed wedding site : CANA
104. Swift, spirited steed : ARAB
106. End of the quotation : NOTBEHIGHLYRATED
113. Decoy : LURE
114. ___-les-Bains, French spa : EVIAN
115. Murrow's "___ Now" : SEEIT
116. Fast-food order : TOGO
117. Villainous look : LEER
118. Patron saint of France : DENYS
119. Inspirit : ELATE
120. Descartes word : ERGO
1. Cheer : RAH
2. "___ if by land, and . . . " : ONE
3. Blame bearers : SCAPEGOATS
4. Division : SEVERANCE
5. Cistercian, e.g. : MONK
6. Solicit : ASK
7. Leaf monkey : LANGUR
8. Guinea pigs' kin : AGOUTIS
9. Packaged again : REWRAPPED
10. Light silvery gray : ASH
11. " . . . ___ if by sea" : TWO
12. Aggie : TAW
13. Net fiber : ISTLE
14. Seraphim and cherubim, e.g. : CHOIRS
15. State : ASSERT
16. Erratic : CAPRICIOUS
17. Harry's successor : IKE
18. Droplet on a petal : DEW
24. Homophone for air : ERE
25. Have dinner : SUP
30. Blacksburg sch. : VPI
31. Like Friday : TRUSTY
32. Flower child : HIPPIE
33. Kin of qts. : PTS
34. Manumit : RELEASE
35. Egg: Comb. form : OVI
36. Diamond-___ window : PANED
37. Atoll component : CORAL
38. Rectify : EMEND
40. Riv. boat : STR
44. Suffix with cash : IER
46. Badges of office : INSIGNIAS
47. Telephone pioneer: 1857–1927 : GLIDDEN
52. Unkempt abodes : STIES
53. Master : LORD
55. Table type : GATELEG
56. Revolutionary patriot-inventor : ORR
57. Norwegian kings : OLAFS
58. Colonial historian: 1823–93 : NEILL
59. Bale : WOE
61. Kefauver : ESTES
64. Oft-furrowed feature : BROW
65. Common Mkt. : EEC
66. Some spices : NUTMEGS
67. Teachers' org. : NEA
68. " . . . deep-drenched in ___ . . . ": Shak. : ASEAOFCARE
71. Arithmetician's gadget : CALCULATOR
72. Threatener's phrase : ORELSE
73. Stickball locale : STREET
74. City or river near Moscow : ISTRA
75. Absquatulates : FLEES
76. Lyric Muse : ERATO
77. Offer a defence : APOLOGISE
78. Shack : HUT
79. Reject : ELIMINATE
83. To's partner : FRO
86. Fall flower, for short : MUM
87. Type of horn : FLUEGEL
88. " . . . ___ to the Republic . . . " : AND
90. One conducting an investigation : PROBER
91. Conger : EEL
92. Like Broadway at night : NEONED
95. Rose of Sharon : ALTHEA
98. Trail herd : DROVE
99. Initials for a royal personage : HIH
100. Considerably : FAR
103. Cell: Comb. form : CYTE
104. " . . . liberty and justice for ___" : ALL
105. Sorrow : RUE
107. Stannum : TIN
108. Botany is one : BAY
109. Printers' measures : ENS
110. Illuminated : LIT
111. Heckler's missile : EGG
112. "Diga Diga ___," 1928 song : DOO

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