New York Times, Saturday, August 7, 1982

Author: William Lutwiniak
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 74, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.22, Missing: { G K Q }, Scrabble score: 322 (avg 1.67)
Open Squares: 79, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 8, XRef: 0
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Across Down
1. Towering : TALL
5. Vegetable silk : FLOSS
10. Hared : SPED
14. Sierra Madre valley : OJAI
15. Poker ploy : RAISE
16. Hawaiian granny or grandpa : TUTU
17. Hornswoggled : BAMBOOZLED
19. Pound : EZRA
20. Business deduction : EXPENSES
21. Like Mets fans in '69 : AMAZED
23. Goes bad : ROTS
24. To any extent : ATALL
25. Lacquers : JAPANS
28. Supervised : OVERSEEN
31. Virtue : ARETE
32. Carapace : SHELL
33. Memorable Oriental : MAO
34. ___ Straits, rock group : DIRE
35. Adjective for the Minotaur : SCARY
36. Dinero unit : PESO
37. Sixth sense, for short : ESP
38. Goes a round : SPARS
39. Noxious things : BANES
40. Pres. Hayes's birthplace in Ohio : DELAWARE
42. Scott's "___ Dangerous" : CASTLE
43. Heroic accounts : EPICS
44. Accretion : RUST
45. Focus the eyes on : FIXATE
47. Employers of "stews" : AIRLINES
51. Ending with axiom : ATIC
52. Mystification : BAFFLEMENT
54. Stone: Comb. form : LITH
55. Swinburne's "___ of Balen" : ATALE
56. Wagnerian role : ERDA
57. "Such __ have sown . . . ": Lydgate : ASYE
58. Harder to find : RARER
59. Fuliginous substance : SOOT
1. Start of a soliloquy : TOBE
2. Tragedy by Sophocles : AJAX
3. Light source : LAMP
4. Free : LIBERATE
5. Adds icing : FROSTS
6. Takes it easy : LAZES
7. Edward Hopper's medium : OILS
8. Wind direction : SSE
9. In unruffled style : SEDATELY
10. Peculates : STEALS
11. Mystification : PUZZLEMENT
12. Peut-___ (maybe, in Metz) : ETRE
13. Couple : DUAD
18. "A linen stock ___ leg . . . ": Shak. : ONONE
22. Crumbly earth : MARL
24. Says it is so : AVERS
25. Worn-out : JADED
26. Emanate : ARISE
27. Bewilderment : PERPLEXITY
28. Ill. airport : OHARE
29. Display item : EASEL
30. Springe catch : NOOSE
32. Catfaces : SCARS
35. Typewriter part that sounds way out : SPACEBAR
36. Hobbies : PASTIMES
38. Loretta from Passaic : SWIT
39. Older name of a Swiss city : BASLE
41. Athapascan Indian : APACHE
42. Worker in a felt-hat plant : CURLER
44. Springfield, e.g. : RIFLE
45. Part song : FALA
46. "How sweet ___!": Gleason : ITIS
47. Miles away : AFAR
48. "Quo Vadis?" character : NERO
49. Inner: Prefix : ENDO
50. A facsimile, for short : STAT
53. ___ standstill : ATA

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