New York Times, Monday, September 13, 1982

Author: Audrey Koch
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 78, Blocks: 38, Avg Word Len: 4.79, Missing: { F G J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 251 (avg 1.34)
Open Squares: 74, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 14, XRef: 0
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1. NATO agreement, e.g. : PACT
5. Fred or Steve : ALLEN
10. Patty ___ Astin : DUKE
14. Wreath for Lancelot : ORLE
15. Rudy Vallee's alma mater : MAINE
16. In a snit : IRED
17. Secular : LAIC
18. Vinegary: Comb. form : ACETO
19. Toe the ___ : LINE
20. Teemed : ABOUNDED
22. Charles ___ Reilly : NELSON
24. Happen upon : MEET
25. Swiss stream : AARE
26. He of the "lean and hungry look" : CASSIUS
29. ___ Garter, famous London tavern : STARAND
33. City on the Somme : AMIENS
34. Competes : VIES
35. Ess follower : TEE
36. Chaucer's Wife of ___ : BATH
37. Ovine sound : MAA
38. It won't buy much in Torino : LIRA
39. Gold, in Granada : ORO
40. Plant shoot : CION
42. Samuel ___ Coleridge : TAYLOR
44. Bicycles built for two : TANDEMS
46. Elegant : COURTLY
47. End of an O'Neill title : ELMS
48. Gudrun's spouse : ATLI
49. Slender and graceful : SVELTE
52. In an unimpaired state : INTACTLY
56. Part of N.B. : NOTA
57. John ___ Garner : NANCE
59. Handmaiden in a W.S. play : IRAS
60. Chester ___ Arthur : ALAN
61. Guitar of India : SITAR
62. Certain : SURE
63. Item to spend in Acapulco : PESO
64. Certain jackets : ETONS
65. Spree : TEAR
1. Actress Negri of silents : POLA
2. Fine horse : ARAB
3. Muse of history : CLIO
4. William ___ Sherman : TECUMSEH
5. Wolfgang ___ Mozart : AMADEUS
6. Fasteners on boots : LACETS
7. Told a whopper : LIED
8. Suffix for consist : ENT
9. Newborn child : NEONATE
10. Comedienne from Ohio : DILLER
11. "Exodus" author : URIS
12. Bingo relative : KENO
13. Adam's milieu : EDEN
21. Rhinelander's refusal : NEIN
23. Historic periods : ERAS
25. ___ Minor : ASIA
26. Henry ___ Lodge : CABOT
27. Soprano Lucine : AMARA
28. Squelch : SITON
30. On a slant : ATILT
31. Alcohol used in perfumery : NEROL
32. Honeymooner's word : DEARY
34. Vincent ___ Gogh : VAN
37. Lichen : MOSS
38. Johnny Mercer was one : LYRICIST
40. Ancient Briton : CELT
41. Huge : IMMENSE
42. Is unsteady : TOTTERS
43. Hall for der Student : AULA
45. Franklin ___ Roosevelt : DELANO
46. Moulin Rouge attraction : CANCAN
49. Break in two : SNAP
50. Field mouse : VOLE
51. Greek vowels : ETAS
52. Division word : INTO
53. Faithful : TRUE
54. Zhivago's beloved : LARA
55. North Sea feeder : YSER
58. River island : AIT

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