New York Times, Monday, August 6, 1984

Author: Arthur W. Palmer
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 36, Avg Word Len: 4.97, Missing: { J K Q U V W X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 266 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 77, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 5, XRef: 1, Spans: 3
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© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Congers : EELS
5. Mamba's cousin : COBRA
10. Arrived : CAME
14. Whip part : CROP
15. Noted Canadian physician : OSLER
16. Spoken : ORAL
17. D.C. advisory group : CABINETOFFICERS
20. Abstruse : ESOTERIC
21. Cattle roper's need : NOOSE
22. ___ Raton, Fla. : BOCA
23. "The Forsyte ___" : SAGA
25. Secret : ARCANE
28. Capitol feature : DOME
29. M.I.T. room : LAB
32. Type of estate : REAL
33. Wings, in Le Havre : AILES
34. Suffix for opal : INE
35. Book's condensed enumeration : TABLEOFCONTENTS
39. Ugandan name : IDI
40. Warm-weather pests : FLIES
41. Roman fiddler : NERO
42. Twilight, to Tennyson : EEN
43. Balsams : FIRS
44. Drawer of a sort : MAGNET
46. Took a train : RODE
47. Sped : TORE
48. Gielgud or Guinness : ACTOR
51. First and second, e.g. : ORDINALS
55. Pertaining to P. D. Stanhope : CHESTERFIELDIAN
58. Loathe : HATE
59. Elevators, in Eton : LIFTS
60. A Best : EDNA
61. Seasons in Soissons : ETES
62. Atlas section : INSET
63. Harvest : REAP
1. "Behold!" to Brutus : ECCE
2. Periods : ERAS
3. Timberwolf : LOBO
4. Illegal pitch : SPITBALL
5. Force : COERCE
6. Ancient Rome's port : OSTIA
7. Certain union : BLOC
8. Ump's companion on a gridiron : REF
9. Dog talk, in comics : ARF
10. Type of butter : COCOA
11. Of 12 Down: Comb. form : AREO
12. Planet or war god : MARS
13. In addition : ELSE
18. A city light : NEON
19. Absorb, in a way : INGEST
23. Opera features : SOLOS
24. So be it : AMEN
25. Bandleader Shaw : ARTIE
26. He wrote "Peg Woffington" : READE
27. Type of fever : CABIN
28. Prepares carrots : DICES
29. Household-closet material : LINEN
30. Cave, in poesy : ANTRE
31. Stupefy : BESOT
33. Blazing : AFIRE
36. Exertion : EFFORT
37. Fetid : OLID
38. Produce : ENGENDER
44. Swift's "A ___ Proposal . . . " : MODEST
45. Seed covering : ARIL
46. Pasadena parade feature : ROSES
47. Commonplace : TRITE
48. Tooth malady : ACHE
49. Friendly conversation : CHAT
50. Spot for a képi : TETE
51. Switch positions : OFFS
52. ___-de-camp : AIDE
53. Actress Turner : LANA
54. Cinch : SNAP
56. New Haven student : ELI
57. ___ Tin Tin : RIN

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