New York Times, Wednesday, August 22, 1984

Author:Mary S. Snyder
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { C F J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 291 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 69, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 8, XRef: 0
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1. Brewers' needs : HOPS
5. Like some college buildings : IVIED
10. Snow remover : PLOW
14. To ___ (exactly) : ATEE
15. Wife of Elimelech : NAOMI
16. "Oh, ___ cook . . . " : IAMA
17. Emu's cousin : RHEA
18. Time for "Mood Indigo"? : BLUEMONDAY
20. Kind of market : SELLERS
22. Buglers, in the morning : WAKERS
23. Parts of yrs. : HRS
24. Lecher's look : LEER
26. N.Z. is one : ISL
27. Rod used by a Torah reader : YAD
28. Overcomes orally : OUTTALKS
33. Lease anew : RELET
36. Invites : ASKS
37. Food regimen : DIET
38. Banish : EXILE
39. Apoidea member : BEE
40. Evangelist McPherson : AIMEE
41. Medicine container : VIAL
42. Seas, in Sedan : MERS
43. Special field of interest : REALM
44. Pine cone : STROBILE
46. ___-aller (last resort) : PIS
47. Mich. neighbor : WIS
48. Dismal, in Scotland : DREE
50. "You ___ My Sunshine" : ARE
53. Martens : SABLES
56. Morally bound : OBLIGED
58. Gardener's handy helper? : GREENTHUMB
61. Cause of ruin : BANE
62. Scandinavian assembly : TING
63. Picture holder : EASEL
64. Actor Dixon : IVAN
65. Back talk : SASS
66. Lunar stage : PHASE
67. Hideaways : DENS
1. Astringent : HARSH
2. Colette's "The ___ One" : OTHER
3. Undresses, informally : PEELS
4. Railroad-car closure : SEAL
5. Not acquired : INBRED
6. "La ___ des Toréadors" : VALSE
7. Gambler's mark : IOU
8. Scottish uncle : EME
9. Nincompoops : DIMWITS
10. Drinks for blushing brides? : PINKLADIES
11. Dip : LADE
12. Persian poet : OMAR
13. What Mrs. Browning counted : WAYS
19. Kiln : OAST
21. Cheer : ELATE
25. Kin of cherry wine : ROSERED
27. Shore bird with jaundiced limbs? : YELLOWLEGS
29. Haw. instruments : UKES
30. Ohio city : LIMA
31. ___ over (faint) : KEEL
32. Dam up : STEM
33. Part of r.p.m. : REVS
34. Sign in a theater : EXIT
35. Tale twister : LIAR
36. Third man : ABEL
40. Sprite or gazelle : ARIEL
42. Slip : MISSTEP
45. ___-aimé (beloved) : BIEN
46. Rounded little stone : PEBBLE
49. Certain apples : ROMES
50. Century plant : AGAVE
51. French historian: 1823–92 : RENAN
52. Paradisical regions : EDENS
53. Bosses of cpls. : SGTS
54. Price forte : ARIA
55. Franklin and Gazzara : BENS
57. Footnote abbr. : IBID
59. Triumphant cry : HAH
60. N.A. land : USA

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