THE ANGLO-HEBRAIC WAY

New York Times, Sunday, January 20, 1991

Author:Bernard Meren
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 497 (avg 1.38)
Open Squares: 121, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 7, XRef: 0
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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Bushel's partner, in song : PECK
5. Dippy or dotty : GAGA
9. Rec. measures : TSPS
13. Packed away : STOWED
19. Opposite of aweather : ALEE
20. Turgenev's birthplace : OREL
21. Ham ___ (emote) : ITUP
22. Balzac : HONORE
23. Kin of rhoncus in the bronchus : RALE
24. Yemeni capital : SANA
25. Hawaii's bird : NENE
26. Ulster town : ANTRIM
27. S P A C E R : STENOSBARSERIT
30. Avian midwives? : STORKS
31. Auction chaser : EER
32. Bro or sis : REL
33. Murray or West : MAES
34. African antelope : TOPI
35. S N I V E L : CRYLATEARIROHTUA
41. Street in a horror film : ELM
44. Eatery order : BLT
45. Long. sidekick : LAT
46. Famed muralist : SERT
47. Hindu Kush's locale : ASIA
48. Pilasters : ANTAE
51. U.S. motor capital : DET
52. "Vaya con ___," 1953 song : DIOS
54. Unsightly : UGLY
55. Ululate : HOWL
56. ___ cordiale : ENTENTE
60. Readies an oven : PREHEATS
62. D E V I L : EVILONETLEWD
64. Haw., once : TERR
65. Prefix for adroit : MAL
66. Sordino : MUTE
67. Double DI : MII
68. Hammett canine : ASTA
70. Numbers' person : CPA
73. Lion's pad : LAIR
75. S T R E S S E D : ACCENTEDSEIP
78. Comes in again : REENTERS
82. Vacuum tube : TETRODE
83. Breakout at high school : ACNE
84. Leeds's river : AIRE
85. Deal-consummating word : SOLD
87. Abbr. in a to-let ad : RMS
88. Pipe : BRIAR
89. Place to place tokens : SLOT
90. Skater Babilonia and namesakes : TAIS
92. Small whale : SEI
93. Arm of the Med. : AEG
94. L.B.J. beagle : HER
95. S P O R T S : BIGSPENDERSSENOH
101. Mountain in Thessaly : OSSA
104. Product of a Spanish pine : CONO
105. Philippine volcano : APO
106. A Greek goddess of vengeance : ARA
107. Flock of turkeys : RAFTER
109. L E V E R : CROWBARRETSIOR
113. Greek : ARGIVE
114. "Mary Magdalene" painter : RENI
115. Mopsus or Melampus : SEER
116. Greet : HAIL
117. Metal balls used in pétanque : BOULES
118. Egyptian solar deity : ATEN
119. Radiator sound : SISS
120. Blast or carp precursor : ENDO
121. Make jagged : INDENT
122. Twerp's cousin : NERD
123. Being, in Barcelona : ENTE
124. Haricot, for one : STEW
1. Unit equivalent to 3.26 light years : PARSEC
2. Beetle type : ELATER
3. Relish-tray item : CELERY
4. Bewail, Irish style : KEEN
5. A 1982 Oscar winner : GOSSETT
6. Land fit for cultivation : ARABLE
7. Actress Rowlands : GENA
8. Opposite of apterous : ALAR
9. Aural insensitivity : TINEAR
10. Audio systems : STEREOS
11. Castigated : PUNISHED
12. Little sea pike : SPET
13. Kind of fir or cypress : SHASTA
14. Role for Todd or Silverheels : TONTO
15. "___ of Old Smoky" : ONTOP
16. C A R E S : WORRIESGARCECI
17. Composer Satie : ERIK
18. Reps.' rivals : DEMS
28. Fanon : ORALE
29. Hit, old style : SMIT
36. D. Arnaz's costar : LBALL
37. Building wing : ALETTE
38. Badger's African cousin : RATEL
39. Stumble : TRIP
40. To use, to Nero : UTOR
42. Rhythmic cadence : LILT
43. The Say Hey Kid : MAYS
47. Menuhin's teacher : AUER
48. Polite interruption : AHEM
49. Smoked salmon : NOVA
50. D E N I M : TWILLEROROFGUD
51. Device for collecting plankton : DNET
53. Vessel with a long, sharp prow : SETTEE
56. Habituates : ENURES
57. Thread: Comb. form : NEMAT
58. Bis : TWICE
59. Fiat : EDICT
61. Kind of master or hunter : HEAD
63. Skip : OMIT
68. State of lawlessness : ANOMIE
69. Mil. banners : STDS
71. ___ colada : PINA
72. Copycat : APER
74. A contemporary of Loti : ANET
76. Did the human thing : ERRED
77. Top kick : SARGE
78. Madcap : RASH
79. Haste, in Hanover : EILE
80. Calais entrée : ROTI
81. Scoria from a volcano : SLAG
86. Separate : DISCRETE
88. Infatuate : BESOT
91. "Well-boiled icicles" man : SPOONER
92. Uppity one : SNOB
93. Calumniate : ASPERSE
95. Least furnished : BAREST
96. Coil about : ENWIND
97. Hardest to find : RAREST
98. Swimming, in heraldry : NAIANT
99. Gold look-alike : OROIDE
100. Star of "Bombshell" : HARLOW
102. Fence straddler : STILE
103. Aeschylus's "___ Against Thebes" : SEVEN
107. Physics Nobelist: 1944 : RABI
108. Steinbeck character : ARON
109. Herring measure in Hereford : CRAN
110. S. African fox : ASSE
111. Check : REIN
112. "___ Funny That Way" : SHES

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