ON KUE

New York Times, Sunday, January 12, 1986

Author: Brett A. Blaylock
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 144, Blocks: 72, Avg Word Len: 5.13, Missing: { K }, Scrabble score: 637 (avg 1.73)
Open Squares: 106, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 13, XRef: 2
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© 1986, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Part of A.D. : ANNO
5. Miscue : ERR
8. Beeweed : ASTER
13. Sectors : AREAS
18. Analytic review : CRITIQUE
20. Wild dog of India : DHOLE
21. Where a muezzin prays : MOSQUE
23. Quiet : TACITURN
24. Kin of charisma : JENESAISQUOI
26. " . . . cold gray stones, ___!": Tennyson : OSEA
27. ___ vitae : AQUA
29. European ancients : CELTS
30. Fay : ELF
31. Convened : SAT
33. Slope formed by rock debris : TALUS
35. Maverick : STRAY
36. Make a ___ (succeed) : GOOF
37. Issue : EMIT
39. " . . . Time,/Will one day ___": Shak. : ENDIT
40. Fabricated : WOVE
41. Dickens : DEUCE
42. Criterion : CANON
44. Meas. of quantity : DOZ
45. Skirt insert : GORE
46. British bond issue : CONSOL
47. "Bloom ___ long!": R. Bridges : THEYEAR
49. Aughts : ZEROS
51. Choler : WRATH
52. Oeillade : OGLE
53. Image : ICON
54. Hearten : REASSURE
57. "Omoo," to "Typee" : SEQUEL
60. Caledonian : SCOT
61. Wharf : QUAY
62. Fannie or Ginnie follower : MAE
63. Shih ___, little, long-haired dog : TZU
64. March event : VERNALEQUINOX
68. Anoint : OIL
69. Mouths, to Marius : ORA
70. Frenchman : GAUL
71. Strategic isthmus : SUEZ
72. Not quite : NEARLY
74. Unaccompanied harmonized melody : PARTSONG
77. Meas. of area : SQIN
78. Inclination : BENT
79. Show at Belmont : THIRD
80. Car for a chick? : COUPE
81. Revere : IDOLIZE
85. Like ink or paste : SMEARY
87. Mind : CARE
88. Hosp. employee : LPN
90. Noted English philologist: 1753–1829 : NARES
91. "Doc' ___," book by 107 Down : HORNE
92. Cuckoo's announcement : HOUR
93. Small mollusks : SLUGS
95. Has a bawl : SOBS
96. Dictator's phrase : INRE
97. Table mat : DOILY
98. Wading bird : HERON
99. "___ pasa?" : QUE
100. Mayo, e.g. : RIO
101. Palm leaf : FROND
102. Affirmative in Avila : SISI
103. His name led all the rest : ABOU
106. Advocate of basic democratic principles : EQUALITARIAN
109. Burgoyne's Waterloo : SARATOGA
113. Temptation for a dieter : SUNDAE
114. British poet-critic: 1849–1928 : GOSSE
115. Contracts of a sort : TREATISE
116. Anthony and Clarissa : EDENS
117. Inscribe : ENTER
118. Atrabilious : SAD
119. Elbe feeder : OSTE
1. Emulate Roscius : ACT
2. Blue Eagle initials : NRA
3. Barrie's "My Lady ___" : NICOTINE
4. American orator: 1725–83 : OTIS
5. Make comparable : EQUATE
6. Capek play : RUR
7. Portrayer of the Cisco Kid: 1945–50 : RENALDO
8. Bring into accord : ADJUST
9. Foster home since 1982 : SHEA
10. Vogue : TON
11. Members of a certain college : ELECTORS
12. Diffidence : RESERVE
13. Friendship : AMITY
14. Rough exterior of bark : ROSS
15. H. M. Pulham's title : ESQ
16. Ocular fluid or wet wit? : AQUEOUSHUMOR
17. In its proper place: Lat. : SUOLOCO
19. Suffix with Canaan : ITE
22. A founder of aerodynamics : EIFFEL
25. Pair on an angelus : ALAE
28. Odd : QUIZZICAL
31. Parsees, e.g. : SECT
32. Nanking nanny : AMAH
34. Ampère or Maurois : ANDRE
35. Syncope : SWOON
36. Courteous chaps : GENTS
38. "Close ___," 1970 hit song : TOYOU
41. "___ I say, not . . . " : DOAS
43. Beersheba's region : NEGEV
45. Like a gargoyle : GROTESQUE
46. Colored, in a way : CRAYONED
48. "Pilgrim's Progress" is one : ALLEGORY
50. Environmental sci. : ECOL
51. Gradually withdraw : WEAN
54. Tenor role in "Il trovatore" : RUIZ
55. Marsh hen : RAIL
56. Slithering : EELY
57. Lens aperture : STOP
58. Biblical scribe : EZRA
59. A convex molding : QUARTERROUND
60. Comfy : SNUG
61. Dumplings of minced meat or fish : QUENELLES
65. Author of 73 Down : RAND
66. Riposte : QUIP
67. Inert gas : XENON
73. "___ Shrugged" : ATLAS
75. Man in the van of a clan : THANE
76. Beget : SIRE
77. Word of politesse : SORRY
78. Dog in a camp song : BINGO
80. Vat : CAULDRON
82. People of the Five Nations : IROQUOIS
83. Asian ox : ZEBU
84. Start of the N.C. motto : ESSE
85. English counties : SHIRES
86. Novel by Marcel Arland: 1926 : MONIQUE
87. Neologism : COINAGE
89. Sticklers : PURISTS
92. Strigine sound : HOOT
93. Dollarfish or redfin : SHINER
94. Used a springe : SNARED
97. Exsiccates : DRIES
101. Blank at a mint : FLAN
102. Mailed encl. : SASE
104. Cote cry : BAA
105. H.R.E. ruler : OTTO
107. Humorist George ___ : ADE
108. Adherent : IST
110. Altar in the sky : ARA
111. Comprehend : GST
112. Enzyme : AEE

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