New York Times, Wednesday, June 23, 1982

Author:Rabinowitz
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 291 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 73, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Baltic native : LETT
5. Glorify : BLESS
10. Near island : ATTU
14. Roman emperor : OTHO
15. Member of baseball's Hall of Fame : AARON
16. Greek letters : RHOS
17. Team in "The Boys of Summer" : BROOKLYNDODGERS
20. Eternally, to Keats : EER
21. ___ de la Société : ILES
22. Garçon : WAITER
23. Wood blemish : KNAR
24. Extant : ALIVE
25. Did some logrolling : BIRLED
28. Ancient galley : TRIREME
30. Willow : OSIER
31. Shrewd : CAGEY
32. For : PRO
34. Medieval weapon : MACE
35. Ecclesiastical capes : FANOS
36. Cordelia's father : LEAR
37. Interjection : BAH
38. Plebe, e.g. : CADET
39. Rigid class distinction : CASTE
40. "Valley of death" group : CAVALRY
42. Snapshots : PHOTOS
43. Wake : ROUSE
44. Word of discouragement : ALAS
45. "Out of the question!" : NODICE
47. Nicholas or Peter : TSAR
48. J.F.K. abbr. : ETA
51. Comiskey Park team : CHICAGOWHITESOX
54. Female friend in Paris : AMIE
55. Eschalot : ONION
56. Italian wine city : ASTI
57. Sale sign : ASIS
58. Jalopy's unimpressive impressions : DENTS
59. Rod's partner : REEL
1. Division of a leaf : LOBE
2. Raison d'___ : ETRE
3. Norse god : THOR
4. Also : TOO
5. Troubadour's offering : BALLAD
6. Lamina : LAYER
7. Sea birds : ERNS
8. Turf : SOD
9. "The ___ thick on Valley Forge": Kipling : SNOWLIES
10. Grecian : ARGIVE
11. Its epilogue ends with "set me free" : THETEMPEST
12. Ripped : TORE
13. Initials since 1922 : USSR
18. Ralph of slugging fame : KINER
19. Creamery : DAIRY
23. Painter Paul : KLEE
24. Cant : ARGOT
25. Word with A or H : BOMB
26. A son of Abraham : ISAAC
27. England's "Crouchback" : RICHARDIII
28. Chief Justice: 1836–64 : TANEY
29. Muse for Sappho : ERATO
31. Framework : CADRE
33. Cinnabar and bauxite : ORES
35. Baal, to a nonheathen : FALSEGOD
36. Vientiane's country : LAOS
38. Colombian river : CAUCA
39. Outline : CHART
41. Capote's "Other ___, Other Rooms" : VOICES
42. President Carter's hometown : PLAINS
44. "___ in the Dark" : ASHOT
45. College ath. group : NCAA
46. Units of resistance : OHMS
47. Double : TWIN
48. Existence : ESSE
49. Type of bag : TOTE
50. Branch angle : AXIL
52. United : ONE
53. Otologist's concern : EAR

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