FAMOUS LAST WORDS

New York Times, Sunday, January 25, 1987

Author:James & Phyllis Barrick
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 77, Avg Word Len: 5.20, Missing: { Q X }, Scrabble score: 534 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 110, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 15, XRef: 0
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© 1987, The New York Times
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1. Dramatist Benelli : SEM
4. An investment, perhaps : ART
7. Hangout : HAUNT
12. Dealer in a condiment : SALTER
18. Relative of an onde : OLA
19. ___-jongg : MAH
20. Better, in a way : ABLER
21. Trap : SPRINGE
22. Sten gun : CARBINE
24. Woman of importance : RANEE
25. Platform on a ship : MAINTOP
26. Famous last words : MYKINGDOMFORAHORSE
29. Place for a bracelet : ANKLE
30. Origin : ROOT
31. Uncle, in Oviedo : TIO
32. Chou ___ : ENLAI
36. "Hud" actress : NEAL
37. "Peter ___," TV series: 1958-61 : GUNN
38. Emulates Frank Stella : PAINTS
41. Cooper's tool : ADZ
42. Famous last words : YOUMAYKISSTHEBRIDE
47. Fasteners : CLASPS
50. Germany's Der ___ : ALTE
51. Classmates : PEERS
52. Rem's cousin : RAD
53. Abbr. in typography : ITAL
56. Grog drinker : TAR
57. Stone chip : SPALL
59. Famous last words : ANDJUSTICEFORALL
63. Moslem prayer leader : IMAM
67. Boston suburb : SALEM
68. Initials at Baton Rouge : LSU
69. Mohammed's son-in-law : ALI
70. Mozambique port : BEIRA
71. Sacred: Comb. form : HIER
72. Famous last words : HAPPILYEVERAFTER
77. Caldron concoctions : BREWS
79. Thing of little value : SOU
80. Pindarics : ODES
81. Arikara : REE
82. Swain : WOOER
84. Complete lack of wind : CALM
85. Actor Bruce and namesakes : NIGELS
87. Famous last words : FALALALALALALALALA
93. Trouble : AIL
94. Subjects : TOPICS
95. Of a time : ERAL
96. Ivy League athletes : ELIS
100. Tumbler : GLASS
103. System : ISM
104. British P.M.: 1955-57 : EDEN
105. Arrange a particular way : ALINE
106. Famous last words : ANDTOALLAGOODNIGHT
111. Unembellished : AUSTERE
114. Use a card : TEASE
115. Sandal thong : LATCHET
116. Narrow : INSULAR
117. Ethyl acetate, e.g. : ESTER
118. ___ quandary : INA
119. Number before quattro : TRE
120. Far down : DEEPLY
121. Spores : SEEDS
122. Once known as : NEE
123. Call on : SEE
1. Old English tenant : SOCMAN
2. Form of a name meaning "bright" : ELAYNE
3. Finnish monetary unit : MARKKA
4. Organic compound : AMINE
5. Sounded : RANG
6. "Bang ___ Slowly": M. Harris : THEDRUM
7. Barbershop-quartet specialty : HARMONY
8. Behind, at sea : ABAFT
9. Of a forearm bone: Comb. form : ULNO
10. ___-do-well : NEER
11. Formal article : TREATISE
12. Bowsprit : SPAR
13. Spring (from) : ARISE
14. Alb material : LINEN
15. Explosive : TNT
16. Alter ___ : EGO
17. Upholstery fabric : REP
21. Ingratiating : SMOOTH
23. Joel and Eckstine : BILLYS
27. Chaplin's widow : OONA
28. Little bit : HINT
33. Secret place : LAIR
34. Writes further : ADDS
35. Suffix for concert or vocal : IZE
37. Blows : GUSTS
38. Culinary creation : PILAF
39. National League player : ASTRO
40. Plant part : SEPAL
43. What De Quincey ate : OPIUM
44. Allie's friend on TV : KATE
45. ___-esprit : BEL
46. Mode of sculpture : RELIEF
47. Coarse fabric : CRASH
48. Hawaiian island : LANAI
49. Confound : ADDLE
54. Counselor-___ : ATLAW
55. Speech impediments : LISPS
57. Salute : SALVO
58. Practiced, as a trade : PLIED
60. Jumping rodent : JERBOA
61. Davis or Stanley : CUP
62. "Norma ___" : RAE
64. Ceremonial wear : MITRE
65. Whirling : AREEL
66. ___-nest (hoax) : MARES
70. Mountain mint : BASIL
72. Rug from Afghanistan : HERAT
73. Violinist Stern : ISAAC
74. Lounges : LOLLS
75. Ariz. Indian : YUMA
76. Nephric : RENAL
78. Sib: Abbr. : REL
82. Lugubrious sound : WAIL
83. Vessel for water : OLLA
84. Milieus : CLIMATES
86. Ossian's language : GAELIC
87. Exhaust : FAG
88. Stay in an aimless way : LOITER
89. Lhasa ___ : APSO
90. Timbers in scaffolds : LEDGERS
91. Mars: Comb form : AREO
92. Wool grease : LANOLIN
97. Matches : LIGHTS
98. Belong : INHERE
99. Bench's cousin : SETTEE
101. Kept late hours : SATUP
102. Fish-line attachment : SNELL
104. Alleviated : EASED
105. Piers : ANTAE
107. Wagon with detachable sides : DRAY
108. ___-majesté : LESE
109. Like George Apley : LATE
110. Bering was one : DANE
111. Benefit : AID
112. Balzac's "___ Fille d'Eve" : UNE
113. Reno-to-L.A. dir. : SSE

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