New York Times, Monday, August 8, 1983

Author:Daniels
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 32, Avg Word Len: 5.08, Missing: { K Q Z }, Scrabble score: 300 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 1, XRef: 1, Spans: 2
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1. Victim of pillage : PREY
5. Slaves of yore : SERFS
10. Nigerian people : IBOS
14. Roof overhang : EAVE
15. Solzhenitsyn, e.g. : EXILE
16. Nothing more than : MERE
17. Shultz's bailiwick : STATEDEPARTMENT
20. Initiate a flow : TAP
21. Shoe accessory : LACE
22. Trims : PRUNES
23. U.S. playwright: 1906–63 : ODETS
25. Trotsky : LEON
26. Search for provisions : FORAGE
28. Exchange thoughts : CONVERSE
32. Eared seal : OTARY
33. Laminated rock : SLATE
34. Suffix with labor or favor : ITE
35. Evaluate : RATE
36. Dull sounds : THUDS
37. City in Hungary : EGER
38. Indian of Colo. : UTE
39. Tarkenton and Allison : FRANS
40. Member of an Iranian sect : BAHAI
41. Kibitzer's activity : MEDDLING
43. Make a certain chess move : CASTLE
44. Motored : RODE
45. Mediterranean state : MALTA
46. Famous silversmith : REVERE
49. Supervisor : BOSS
50. Scottish negative : NAE
53. Former head of 17 Across : ALEXANDERHAIGJR
56. Fen footing : MIRE
57. Josh : TEASE
58. Expression of woe : ALAS
59. Chime : PEAL
60. Muscular link : SINEW
61. The one that follows : NEXT
1. Nuisance : PEST
2. Pro ___ (proportionally) : RATA
3. Vanished : EVAPORATED
4. Nevertheless : YET
5. Calm : SEDATE
6. V.P.'s, e.g. : EXECS
7. Ready for harvesting : RIPE
8. Sen. Hawkins' state : FLA
9. Medusa's tresses : SERPENTS
10. Resistant to disease : IMMUNE
11. Homophone for bin : BEEN
12. English Channel feeder : ORNE
13. Hardens : SETS
18. Sorrowful poem : ELEGY
19. Valuable discovery : TROVE
24. Have courage : DARE
25. A lot : LOADS
26. Roman marketplace : FORUM
27. Giant grass : OTATE
28. Adhered : CLUNG
29. Formation of two lines at 90 degrees : RIGHTANGLE
30. Terrific buy : STEAL
31. Strange : EERIE
33. Movie classic: 1953 : SHANE
36. Scepters for Poseidon and Neptune : TRIDENTS
37. Orient : EAST
39. Fauna's partner : FLORA
40. Light wood : BALSA
42. Philadelphia institution : DREXEL
43. Type of nut : CASHEW
45. Code name : MORSE
46. Boston Garden pathway : RAMP
47. Author Wiesel : ELIE
48. Miles from Okla. : VERA
49. Soy or Roy : BEAN
51. Trojan War hero : AJAX
52. Formerly, once : ERST
54. Jupiter and Mars : DEI
55. John, in Glasgow : IAN

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