New York Times, Wednesday, September 25, 1985

Author: Mary C. Whitten
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 46, Avg Word Len: 4.71, Missing: { J V X }, Scrabble score: 280 (avg 1.56)
Open Squares: 55, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 9, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
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1. High-level melody : ARIA
5. Monster: Comb. form : TERAT
10. Half the title of a musical : IDO
13. Five, in Issy : CINQ
14. M. Zola : EMILE
15. "Deutschland ___ Alles" : UBER
16. Old-lace shade : ECRU
17. Kermit's co-star? : PIGINAPOKE
19. Actress Norma : SHEARER
21. ___ dixit : IPSE
22. So-so mark : CEE
23. Mobuto Sese Seko's land : ZAIRE
26. Custard pastries : FLANS
28. Hospital apprentice : INTERNE
31. Ignore : ELIDE
32. Of hearing : OTIC
33. "___ pro nobis" : ORA
35. Departed, as Dorothy from Kansas? : GONEWITHTHEWIND
39. Peeper : EYE
40. Great Barrier Island : OTEA
41. Magpie of SE Asia : CISSA
42. Oilman at times : DRILLER
45. Painter Claude : MONET
46. Farsighted ones : SEERS
47. Antiquity, to Poe : ELD
48. Potter's oven : KILN
50. Mischief-maker : GREMLIN
54. Shoot at Shakespeare? : FIREATWILL
58. Yesterday, in Napoli : IERI
59. Harem chambers : ODAS
60. Ballerina Jeanmaire : RENEE
61. Elsa's mane man? : LION
62. Forerunner of ASAP : PDQ
63. Sycophants' answers : YESES
64. Lovers' ___ : LANE
1. Oners at Wimbledon : ACES
2. Calorie-laden : RICH
3. Concerning : INRE
4. Billy Rose production : AQUACADE
5. Prairie dwellings : TEPEES
6. Bigwig in Qatar : EMIR
7. Fix : RIG
8. Bandleader Bardu ___ : ALI
9. "___ lords a-leaping" : TEN
10. Nigerian group : IBOS
11. NASA's Slayton : DEKE
12. Pay dirt : ORE
15. Berth type : UPPER
18. Leeds's river : AIRE
20. Magazine-insert exhortation : RENEW
23. Multistringed instruments : ZITHERS
24. Ekberg or Bryant : ANITA
25. Scratch causer : ITCH
26. Pretty Boy ___ of gangland : FLOYD
27. QE2, e.g. : LINER
29. Library no-no : NOISE
30. Lubitsch of films : ERNST
31. Actress Julie : EGE
32. Beaver's playmate : OTTER
34. Nabokov novel : ADA
36. Captive of Hercules : IOLE
37. Molière's "___ des Maris" : ECOLE
38. Target for Quixote : WINDMILL
43. British ___ : ISLES
44. Musical Horne : LENA
45. Oberon and Haggard : MERLES
48. Nefarious captain : KIDD
49. Baghdad's land : IRAQ
50. Mirth : GLEE
51. Princess Organa in "Star Wars" : LEIA
52. What Mr. America pumps : IRON
53. Padres or Pirates : NINE
54. Dandy : FOP
55. Essay : TRY
56. Like Willie Winkie : WEE
57. Movers and shakers : INS

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