ANAGRAMMATIC DISCLOSURES

New York Times, Sunday, March 22, 1998

Author: Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon
Editor: Will Shortz
Emily Cox
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Henry Rathvon
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 136, Blocks: 65 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 4 for Ms. Cox. This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Rathvon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Purloin a sirloin? : RUSTLE
7. Not for sure : CHANCY
13. Hangers around the house : DRAPES
19. Necessitate : ENTAIL
20. ___ de Balzac : HONORE
21. Something too easily broken : PROMISE
22. Overdo the diet : STARVE
23. Director Martin Scorsese's anagrammatic claim : ISTRESSROMANCE
25. Where a pupil sits : IRIS
26. Recess for a joint : MORTISE
28. Emmy-winning Daly : TYNE
29. Rotten egg : CAD
30. Jockey Eddie Arcaro's anagrammatic motto : DORIDEARACE
32. Hors d'oeuvre cheese : BRIE
33. Cartoon skunk Le Pew : PEPE
34. Masthead figs. : EDS
35. Queen's servants : ANTS
36. King of comedy : ALAN
37. Hole-making bug : BORER
38. Fine subjects : ARTS
39. Ulysses S. Grant's anagrammatic advice regarding hangovers : TRYSUNGLASSES
43. Protectors from splats : SMOCKS
46. Cried "Yee-haw!" : WHOOPED
47. Poetic preposition : ERE
48. A point in Mexico : NORTE
49. Song-and-dance shows : REVUES
50. Spree : JAG
51. Sternward : AFT
54. Artist Piet Mondrian's anagrammatic epigram : IPAINTMODERN
57. Capitalist? : GOVERNOR
59. Congress-thwarting move : VETO
60. Author ___ Mae Brown : RITA
61. Jackknife, e.g. : DIVE
62. Farm prefix : AGRI
63. Toothless : EDENTATE
65. Kevin Costner's anagrammatic lament about his videos : NEVERINSTOCK
69. What Leary tripped on : LSD
70. Wheel track : RUT
71. Sunshine in Québec : SOLEIL
72. Babe Ruth, on the Yankees : THREE
73. Intent : AIM
74. Without rocks : ICELESS
75. Sneaker bottoms : TREADS
76. Carmen Miranda's anagrammatic ballroom tip : DANCEARMINARM
80. What an ostiary guards : DOOR
81. Oxlike antelope : ELAND
82. Footless critter : APOD
83. Stuff in a muffin : BRAN
84. Slugger's stat : RBI
87. Greet with old-fashioned etiquette : RISE
88. Bath's county : AVON
89. Len Deighton's anagrammatic avowal on writing : IDOLENGTHEN
93. Beatles' "___ Loser" : IMA
94. MacGraw's namesakes : ALIS
95. Any spider : ARANEID
96. Glaciated mountain peak : HORN
97. Poet Denise Levertov's anagrammatic urging : DELVEINTOVERSE
100. Tasselly hem : FRINGE
102. Blow up : ENLARGE
103. Let : RENTED
104. Melt down, as fat : RENDER
105. "Sophie's Choice" author : STYRON
106. Helmet plumes : CRESTS
107. Lots and lots : OCEANS
1. Have a hearth : RESIDE
2. Virgin : UNTROD
3. Domestic flights : STAIRS
4. Ankles : TARSI
5. Ullmann of moviedom : LIV
6. Classic work of Euclid : ELEMENTS
7. Trilled calls : CHIRRS
8. Plantain lily : HOSTA
9. Bit of clowning : ANTIC
10. Whence the word "troll" : NORSE
11. Canadian prairie tribe : CREE
12. Aye-aye : YES
13. Many a lecturer : DRONE
14. Setting for "Don Pasquale" : ROME
15. Org. with a much-quoted journal : AMA
16. Lobster part : PINCERS
17. Coop flier : ESCAPEE
18. Rustic sow-and-sows? : SEEDERS
21. Like a Nosy Parker : PRYING
24. Maroon : STRAND
27. Mudder fodder : OATS
31. Shade : DARKEN
32. B. B.'s bag : BLUES
33. Prepare to be shot : POSE
36. Quaker in the woods : ASPEN
37. Carrier in a canal : BARGE
38. Auteur's order : ACTION
39. Bara the "vamp" : THEDA
40. Gad about : ROVE
41. "It's ___ move" : YOUR
42. Get a rise out of? : LEAVEN
43. Whine pathetically : SNIVEL
44. Urban transports : MOPEDS
45. Emulated Demosthenes : ORATED
46. Composed : WROTE
50. Rock's Bon ___ : JOVI
51. Silky goat : ANGORA
52. Like fast marches : FORCED
53. Tots' wheels, for short : TRIKES
55. Psychic shock : TRAUMA
56. Oven ___ : MITT
57. School door sign : GIRLS
58. Brit's accented reply : RATHER
61. Rational faith in God : DEISM
64. Put to the proof : TRIED
65. Without letup : NOEND
66. "Pure ___" (1994 jazz album) : ELLA
67. Drive out of one's lane : VEER
68. Buff, so to speak : STRONG
71. Grafting bud : SCION
73. Teen-y problem : ACNE
74. Tariff : IMPOST
75. Alternately : TOANDFRO
76. Mocks : DERIDES
77. Foodstuff : ALIMENT
78. How some country stars sing : NASALLY
79. Product of erosion : RAVINE
80. Trio abroad : DREI
83. Runs colorfully : BLEEDS
84. Name in a Beach Boys title : RHONDA
85. In old show biz, he was no dummy : BERGEN
86. Forward line players, in soccer : INNERS
88. Set straight : ALIGN
89. Singer Cara : IRENE
90. Cupid's stock : DARTS
91. Start : ONSET
92. Like whose eyes, in a Ben Jonson verse? : THINE
94. Of planes and flying : AERO
95. Say it's so : AVER
98. Alternate: Abbr. : VAR
99. Mythical monster : ORC
101. Abbr. on a boombox : REC

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