New York Times, Wednesday, July 14, 1982

Author: Jeanne Wilson
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 287 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 74, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 6, XRef: 0
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1. Hide the loot : STASH
6. Imitate Madame Defarge : KNIT
10. Split : CHAP
14. "La Plume de Ma ___" : TANTE
15. Basilica section : NAVE
16. Pilaf base : RICE
17. Louis XV's du Barry, e.g. : AMOUR
18. Careless mistake : OVERSIGHT
20. Rosemary Clooney hit : TENDERLY
22. Wealth : RICHES
23. Common Latin abbr. : ETAL
24. Submerge : SINK
25. Lendl's game : TENNIS
28. Tending to instill : INFUSIVE
32. Grab : SNATCH
33. Acuff and Rogers : ROYS
34. Painter Ernst : MAX
35. Conjunctives : ANDS
36. Muley : COW
37. Festive occasion : GALA
38. ___ de la Paix : RUE
39. Bridge : SPAN
41. Huge number : GOOGOL
43. Choice cuts of beef : SIRLOINS
45. Classify : ASSORT
46. Skilled : ABLE
47. Soaks : RETS
48. A medium for Degas : PASTEL
51. Member of an ancient Jewish school : PHARISEE
55. Verbatim : LITERALLY
57. Aside : APART
58. Gulf of the Arabian Sea : ADEN
59. Morose : GLUM
60. Early sci-fi author : VERNE
61. Aerie, for one : NEST
62. Rim : EDGE
63. Roman battering ram : ARIES
1. E.r.a. or r.b.i. : STAT
2. Domesticate : TAME
3. At another time : ANON
4. Pursuers of knowledge : STUDENTS
5. Nonconformist : HERETIC
6. Hillock : KNOLL
7. Shade of blue : NAVY
8. "___ got sixpence . . . " : IVE
9. Inspire horror : TERRIFY
10. Pains in the neck : CRICKS
11. Director King's "Twelve O'Clock ___" : HIGH
12. Yearn : ACHE
13. Cats and dogs, often : PETS
19. Cavity; hollow : SINUS
21. Foolhardy : RASH
24. Popocatépetl's covering : SNOW
25. Nicholas and Alexander : TSARS
26. Boredom : ENNUI
27. Consumers' advocate : NADER
28. Presses : IRONS
29. Adult insect : IMAGO
30. Bravery : VALOR
31. Lift up : EXALT
36. Prop for Chaplin : CANE
37. One letting the chat out of the bag : GOSSIPER
39. Calm; thoughtful : SOBER
40. Sack : PILLAGE
41. Mother of the Titans : GAEA
42. Czech coal center : OSTRAVA
44. Hidden : LATENT
47. June-moon, e.g. : RHYME
48. Marshall ___ : PLAN
49. ___-de-camp : AIDE
50. Jeanne and Anne: Abbr. : STES
51. Nag : PLUG
52. Indian garment : SARI
53. River in N. Ireland : ERNE
54. Hot times in Tours : ETES
56. Degree given Betty Ford by the U. of M. : LLD

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