New York Times, Saturday, August 21, 1982

Author: Peter Swift
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 5.05, Missing: { Q }, Scrabble score: 338 (avg 1.81)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
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1. Some G.I.'s : PFCS
5. ___ grano salis : CUM
8. Mean, voracious lackey : JACKAL
14. Oeillade : OGLE
15. U.N. member : USA
16. In : ATHOME
17. East Indian food : DHAL
18. Scud : RUN
19. Pompadour, to Louis XV : CHERIE
20. Manatee or dugong : SIRENIAN
22. Composers Bernhard and Bruno : KLEINS
23. Ignis fatuus : JACKOLANTERN
25. They're in 98% of Amer. homes : TVS
26. Use up : EAT
27. Brace : TWO
30. Invited : ASKED
33. ___ Coeur, Paris : SACRE
35. Hampshire, e.g. : HOG
36. Adequately cooked : DONE
37. Schoolyard game : JACKS
38. Gloomy : DOUR
39. Playwright Akins : ZOE
40. Knights' counterparts : DAMES
41. Actress Minnie Maddern : FISKE
42. La saison chaude : ETE
43. Silver five-franc piece : ECU
44. Type of lettuce : COS
45. Burglar's tool : JACKINTHEBOX
51. Fishline leaders : SNELLS
53. Deletions : ERASURES
55. Tether for a grazing horse : LARIAT
56. Infant's food : PAP
57. ___ avis : RARA
58. Place to spend liras : ANKARA
59. Lifetime : AGE
60. Monoski, e.g. : SLED
61. Actor in "East of Eden" : MASSEY
62. Diamond ___ : LIL
63. Being, to Aquinas : ESSE
1. Schools of seals : PODS
2. E–K connection : FGHIJ
3. A Schumann : CLARA
4. One caught in a draft : SELECTEE
5. Rare bric-a-brac : CURIOS
6. Customary : USUAL
7. Unexpected plenty : MANNA
8. Sailors : JACKTARS
9. Jenner, for one : ATHLETE
10. "The best of healers is good ___": Pindar : CHEER
11. Corinth, to a native : KORINTHOS
12. Deposed Ugandan ruler : AMIN
13. Dregs : LEES
21. O.G.P.U. successor : NKVD
24. Narrow strips of land : NECKS
28. Novelist Herman : WOUK
29. Man-eating giant : OGRE
30. Carpenter's tool : ADZE
31. Fireplace residue : SOOT
32. Involuntary reactions : KNEEJERKS
33. Island in the Gulf of Siam : SAMUI
34. Pip : ACE
37. Part of a ship's rigging : JACKSTAY
38. Pay out : DISBURSE
40. Reveal to a customs inspector : DECLARE
41. Arduin and Henry II : FOES
44. Oratory : CHAPEL
46. Cover-up name : ALIAS
47. Everest borders it : NEPAL
48. Prefix with comedy : TRAGI
49. Certain tests : ORALS
50. Town for which sherry was named : XERES
51. Bridge coup : SLAM
52. Nursemaid : NANA
54. Hebrew letter : SADE

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