CAPITAL GAINS

New York Times, Sunday, January 3, 1988

Author: Elaine D. Schorr
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 136, Blocks: 72, Avg Word Len: 5.43, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 521 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 130, Cheaters: 16, FITB: 10, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
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© 1988, The New York Times
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1. Censure savagely : STRAFE
7. Record holder : SLEEVE
13. Author Carroll : LEWIS
18. Here : PRESENT
20. Kind of power : EARNING
22. ___ del mar (arrow crab) : ARANA
23. Ark. gala? : LITTLEROCKGARDENPARTY
26. Infuriated : ABOIL
27. ___ en point: Her. : ENTE
28. Hartebeests : TORAS
29. Salty sauce : SOY
30. Set of three : TERN
31. Declivity : ESCARP
33. Author of "One World or None" : UREY
34. Peanut, to Pedro : MANI
35. Orly speed demon : SST
36. Investigative object : CASE
37. W.W. II Greek underground : ELAS
39. Stored the stores : STOWED
41. Most like Babar : TAMEST
43. Borecole : KALE
44. Biblical verb endings : ETHS
45. Had a wordy wrangle : SPARRED
48. Extol : HAIL
50. "___ be true . . . ": Herbert : DARETO
53. Condiment containers : CRUETS
54. "___ poor Nelly starve": Charles II : LETNOT
56. Seven-candles holder : MENORAH
59. French trace : RESTE
60. A first name in fashion : OLEG
61. Frigga's spouse : ODIN
63. Angel's delight : SRO
64. Bank abbr. : INT
65. Canine at a Portuguese conflagration? : LISBONFIREDOG
70. Building wing : ELL
71. Penultimate Greek letter : PSI
72. Episcopates : SEES
73. About : INRE
74. Hamstrung : LAMED
76. Contiguous : TANGENT
79. Bed adjunct : TESTER
81. Elizabethan court dance : PAVANE
82. Way in or out : PORTAL
84. Tone: Comb. form : PHON
85. Man before the mast : MARINER
86. Patron of Roman husbandmen : MARS
87. Hebrew letter: Var. : ELEF
89. Coveted collections : TROVES
91. ___ seed (deteriorated) : GONETO
93. Alter course : VEER
94. First site of the Olympic Games : ELIS
95. It's the word : MUM
98. A King : ALAN
99. Strawberry's patch : SHEA
101. Complained : YAWPED
104. Capital of Yemen Arab Republic : SANA
105. Wire measurement : MIL
106. Appropriate forcibly : USURP
107. What Polly Flinders was warming : TOES
108. Arch preceder : PATRI
109. Yugoslav educator? : BELGRADESCHOOLTEACHER
114. Mountain nymph : OREAD
115. Salary : STIPEND
116. Kind of service at Easter : SUNRISE
117. Where Tacloban is : LEYTE
118. Gins : SNARES
119. Cures by smoking: Scot. : REESTS
1. Flattens on impact : SPLATS
2. Crow and Fox : TRIBES
3. Cutting comeback : RETORT
4. Actor John from Baltimore : ASTIN
5. Hew : FELL
6. Compass pt. : ENE
7. Anglo-Saxon lawsuit : SECTA
8. Jerry West was one : LAKER
9. Saharan region : ERG
10. Bambi's aunt : ENA
11. Notably effective : VIRTUAL
12. Gave sanction to : ENDORSED
13. Sitting formations : LAPS
14. Memorable time : ERA
15. Polish buck rider? : WARSAWHORSEMAN
16. Chants : INTONES
17. Title for a Moslem : SAYYID
19. Braided : TRESSED
21. "American Gigolo" star : GERE
24. French weights : ONCES
25. Refusals : NAYS
31. Opera's Emma : EAMES
32. Chinese croaker cookout? : PEKINGFISHFRY
34. Words to live by : MOTTO
36. OPEC, e.g. : CARTEL
38. Composer Edouard : LALO
40. Lillums Lovewell's beau : TEEN
41. Weight allowance : TRET
42. A. Conan Doyle's "___ World" : THELOST
45. Handwriting : SCRIPT
46. Press, in Palma : PRENSA
47. Tex. music center? : AUSTINPANALLEY
49. Sun disk for Amenhotep : ATEN
51. Surrounded by : AMID
52. Unhitching post : RENO
54. Uvula : LOBE
55. Flux : TORRENT
57. Francis from Boston : ARLENE
58. Tenant : HOLDER
62. Does, e.g. : DEER
66. Berlin's "Say It ___ So" : ISNT
67. Bristle : SETA
68. ___ thin air : INTO
69. Looks daggers at : GLARES
75. Rara ___ : AVIS
77. Bridge expert : GOREN
78. Formerly, formerly : ERST
80. Fleuret's relative : EPEE
81. Showing fear : PAVID
83. Young hares : LEVERETS
85. Harasses : MOLESTS
86. Tartuffe's creator : MOLIERE
88. "And the wild cataract ___ glory": Tennyson : LEAPSIN
90. Drive back : REPEL
91. Frolic : GAMBOL
92. Greek peak : OSSA
95. Johnny of song : MATHIS
96. Disquiet : UNREST
97. Hôtel de ville bigwigs : MAIRES
100. Hulls of Yorkshire berries : HUDS
102. In accord : ATONE
103. Sylvan area : WOODS
104. Holy, at Lourdes : SACRE
106. Heraldic anagram for rude : URDE
108. Star facet : PANE
110. Channel : GAT
111. I.R.S. employee : CPA
112. L.B.J. beagle : HER
113. A cont. : EUR

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