TRAVEL GUIDE

New York Times, Sunday, January 19, 1986

Author:J. Samuel Smart
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 162, Blocks: 92, Avg Word Len: 5.40, Missing: { J Q }, Scrabble score: 649 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 155, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 14, XRef: 0
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© 1986, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Beam : SHAFT
6. Play the banjo : STRUM
11. Awry : AMISS
16. Females : SHES
20. Arctic : POLAR
21. One of the Dryads : ERATO
22. French nobles : COMTES
24. Area recommended by Greeley : WEST
25. Gush : EMOTE
26. River between Devon and Cornwall : TAMAR
27. Neon-lights pioneer : CLAUDE
28. In addition : ALSO
29. Thomas Wolfe's warning : YOUCANTGOHOMEAGAIN
32. Nothing, in Nancy : RIEN
33. Farewells : ADIEUS
34. Luckman of football fame : SID
35. Conventional behavior : ORTHODOXY
37. Roanoke group : SETTLERS
40. Peeves : VEXES
42. Suffix with bump : TIOUS
43. Astronomical unit of distance : PARSEC
44. Thins : DILUTES
46. Dinner remnant : ORT
47. "The Princess and the ___" : PEA
50. "___ was going to St. Ives . . . " : ASI
51. Word on a wine bottle : SEC
53. Slogan for seafarers : ANYPORTINASTORM
56. Rumanian coin : LEU
57. Zaragoza's river : EBRO
59. Poet's contraction : EEN
60. Ukrainian saint : OLGA
61. Film actor Herbert : LOM
62. Lorelei, e.g. : SIREN
64. New Haven student : ELI
67. Pro ___ : RATA
70. Debatable : MOOT
71. One who assumes : SUPPOSER
73. King in "The Tempest" : ALONSO
75. Bus. record : ACCT
77. J. H. Payne's advice : THERESNOPLACELIKEHOME
82. Air: Comb. form : AERI
83. Germany's ___ Republic: 1919–33 : WEIMAR
84. Nutritive requirement : VITAMINA
86. Hammett's "The ___ Curse" : DAIN
89. Bus. corr. entry : ENCL
91. Opp. of antonym : SYN
92. Precept : CANON
93. An NCO : SGT
94. Westernmost part of the U.S. : ATTU
95. Draw : TIE
97. Cinematic King : KONG
98. In favor of : FOR
99. Judy Garland's suggestion : MEETMEINSTLOUIS
106. Calendar abbr. : SEP
109. Org. in "Odd Man Out" : IRA
110. "Ad astra ___ aspera" : PER
111. Part of Q & A : ANS
112. Snood : HAIRNET
113. ___ Malenkov, former U.S.S.R. prime minister : GEORGI
115. A river and a cartoonist : ARNOS
117. Attachment to a fishing line : SNELL
118. Supervised : OVERSEEN
120. Burgess beast : PURPLECOW
124. Jazzman Winding : KAI
125. Toast in Tyrol : PROSIT
126. Cut : SNIP
127. Travel advice in Italy : ALLROADSLEADTOROME
133. Place of intense activity : HIVE
134. Olympic sport : DIVING
135. Tia's counterpart in Tours : TANTE
136. Yugoslav coin : DINAR
137. Egyptian solar deity : ATEN
138. ___ at (scorn) : SNEEZE
139. Alpine peak : EIGER
140. Beat for Byron : ICTUS
141. Pursue (one's way) : WEND
142. Curves : ESSES
143. Refuse : DROSS
144. Viol part : CHOLE
1. Scottish river famous for salmon fishing : SPEY
2. ___ sapiens : HOMO
3. Top baseball name since 1958 : ALOU
4. Garfield et al. : FATCATS
5. Foot-actuated devices : TREADLES
6. English or Irish ___ : SETTER
7. Part of the ear : TRAGUS
8. ___ gin fizz : RAMOS
9. Beehive State : UTAH
10. In an ill-humored way : MOROSELY
11. Assume, as an office : ACCEDETO
12. Ocean sunfish : MOLA
13. Adult insect : IMAGO
14. Civil War general : STUART
15. Alien and ___ Acts : SEDITION
16. Grassy areas : SWARDS
17. Sun: Comb. form : HELIO
18. Courtier of Elizabeth I : ESSEX
19. Unyielding : STONY
23. Lady of Lisbon : SENHORA
30. Electra, to Menelaus : NIECE
31. Muddle : MIXUP
36. Inning's sextet : OUTS
37. Stone chips : SPALLS
38. Remove tactfully, as from office : EASEOUT
39. Prevail : TRIUMPH
40. Chianti, e.g. : VINO
41. Dry : SERE
44. Mild expletive : DARN
45. Solid unsaturated alcohol found in animal tissue : STEROL
47. Type of pony : POLO
48. Therefore : ERGO
49. Part of a Latin conjugation : AMAT
52. Beeswax substitute : CERESIN
54. Wycherley's "Love ___ Wood" : INA
55. Start of a nursery rhyme : TOMTOM
58. City on the Aar : BERN
62. Hot under the collar : SORE
63. French Alps department : ISERE
64. Psychologist Havelock : ELLIS
65. Describing certain soils : LOAMY
66. Early native of Peru : INCAN
68. Receipts at the gate : TAKINGS
69. Vinegary chemical prefix : ACETO
72. Goober : PEANUT
73. Parrot : APE
74. Sun. discourse : SER
76. Derr Biggers hero : CHAN
78. Resembling a ruru : OWLISH
79. Lendl of tennis : IVAN
80. Artillery accident : MISFIRE
81. Glut : ENGORGE
85. Transportation recommended by Ellington : ATRAIN
86. Like the souls of T. S. Eliot's housemaids : DAMP
87. To ___ (exactly) : ATEE
88. Path for Pompey : ITER
90. Trig. function : CTN
92. Something to be counted : COST
96. Letters from Piraeus : ETAS
97. European canal : KIEL
100. A fertilizer : MARL
101. N.L. teams, e.g. : ENNEADS
102. Geologic feature : ISOCLINE
103. Connections : LINKAGES
104. Echo was one : OREAD
105. Kind of telephone : UNLISTED
107. Discharge : EGEST
108. Cyclical : PERIODIC
114. Two-toed bird : OSTRICH
115. Add : APPEND
116. Unravels : SOLVES
118. Emulates Henry Clay : ORATES
119. Electronic voice simulators : VODERS
120. Expression of impatience : PSHAW
121. Combine : UNITE
122. Shattered : RIVEN
123. Contorts : WRIES
125. Former Hungarian coin : PENGO
128. Between dix and douze : ONZE
129. Bed for Leo or Elsa : LAIR
130. Hip : ONTO
131. Heavy hammer : MAUL
132. Old tongue : ERSE

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