New York Times, Monday, August 5, 1985

Author: Judson G. Trent
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 271 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 66, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 11, XRef: 0
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1. This contains a diam. : CIRC
5. Shipworm : BORER
10. "Arabian Nights" name : BABA
14. Ruffle : ROIL
15. Nantes' river : LOIRE
16. At the drop of ___ : AHAT
17. Jerez jar : OLLA
18. As ___ resort : ALAST
19. Secure : NAIL
20. West Indies songs : CALYPSOS
22. Fit for crops : ARABLE
24. Muy ___ : BIEN
25. British gun : BREN
26. Meuse River, to the Dutch : MAAS
28. Buck novel (with "The") : GOODEARTH
33. Fort winks : CATNAP
35. Bridge vacancy : VOID
36. Mouth: Comb. form : ORI
37. Satie or Bruhn : ERIK
38. Master : LEARN
40. Peat or oil : FUEL
41. W.W. II area : ETO
42. Asch's "___ River" : EAST
43. Almandine : GARNET
45. Snipe's kin : SANDPIPER
48. Comedy's Foxx : REDD
49. ___, meeny, . . . : EENY
50. Abhor : HATE
52. Car's hood, in Henley : BONNET
55. Old keyboard instruments : CELESTAS
59. Skip : OMIT
60. "___ tale told by . . . ": Macbeth : ITISA
62. Imprecation : OATH
63. Horne who has plenty : LENA
64. Tibia's neighbor : FEMUR
65. Dies ___ : IRAE
66. Viva voce : ORAL
67. Lab container : FLASK
68. Ignore Polonius's advice : LEND
1. Gator's kin : CROC
2. Kansas city : IOLA
3. Runnel : RILL
4. Horse or shade of orange : CLAYBANK
5. World-weary : BLASE
6. Congou associate : OOLONG
7. Inlets : RIAS
8. Asiatic vetch : ERS
9. Causing delay : RETARDING
10. Split necessity : BANANA
11. Pequot skipper : AHAB
12. Kettle handle : BAIL
13. Asian evergreen : ATLE
21. Its tower tilts : PISA
23. Rex or Willis : REED
25. Rustic : BOOR
26. Actress Toren : MARTA
27. Ending for ruin or color : ATION
29. Like some leaves : OVATE
30. Type of song : ROUND
31. Cornered : TREED
32. Excalibur had one : HILT
33. Bees' neighbors : CEES
34. Party to a suit : PLAINTIFF
39. Catch sight of : ESPY
40. Political party: 1848–56 : FREESOIL
42. Blade of a sort : EPEE
44. Uffizi display : ARTE
46. ___ floss : DENTAL
47. Zoo monkey : RHESUS
51. Happy as ___ : ALARK
52. Panay knife : BOLO
53. Measure, for Moses : OMER
54. Granada girl : NINA
55. Dome on the range : CIMA
56. Darnel : TARE
57. ___ end (over) : ATAN
58. Lean-to : SHED
61. ___ Aviv : TEL

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