AMADEUS

New York Times, Sunday, January 27, 1991

Author:Jack L. Steinhardt
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 82, Avg Word Len: 5.20, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 577 (avg 1.61)
Open Squares: 115, Cheaters: 12, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
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© 1991, The New York Times
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1. West Coast nine : PADRES
7. Juniper : CEDAR
12. He cameth before the refrigerator : ICEMAN
18. Apply chrism : ANOINT
19. Intimidate : OVERAWE
22. Comb. form for 12 : DODECA
23. Mozart's bride in 1782 : CONSTANZEWEBER
25. Frittata, e.g. : OMELET
26. A deadly sin : ANGER
27. Unsubstantial : AIRY
28. Mental inventions : FIGMENTS
30. Mansard borders : EAVES
32. Diarized : ENTERED
34. Comes earlier than : PREDATES
38. Arithmetical sign : PLUS
39. Incongruity : ANOMALY
44. Outlying : REMOTE
45. Mecca for turiste : TREVI
47. Jay's cousin : PIE
48. Thought: Comb. form : IDEO
49. Calcar : OVEN
50. Italian town or gulf : ORISTANO
52. Roman historian : LIVY
53. Boxlike sleigh : PUNG
54. Absquatulated : FLED
57. Alpha, beta and gamma : RAYS
58. Man's slipper : ROMEO
59. Esculents : EDIBLES
61. Bolt-head sides : PANES
62. Niblick sockets : HOSELS
63. Invocational figure : ORANT
64. Jeep mfr. : AMC
65. Standoffish : ALOOF
67. Mathematically validated : PROVEN
70. Dike, Eunomia and Irene : HORAE
72. Balloon cabin : GONDOLA
75. Salieri, to Mozart : RIVAL
76. Kin of "By Jove!" : EGAD
77. Rostrum : BEAK
78. Lurch : ROLL
80. Uniform : EVEN
81. Pine cone : STROBILE
84. Grown-up chigger : MITE
85. Set of three : TERN
86. Sounds at a shower : AHS
87. Gula and cyma : OGEES
89. Reserves : SPARES
91. Stipulation in a contract : ARTICLE
93. ___ the Impaler (15th-century Romanian prince) : VLAD
94. Butter makers : CHURNERS
96. Of a Mesolithic cultural stage : AZILIAN
98. Conductor Walter : BRUNO
99. Rouen rooms : CHAMBRES
102. Harsh; bleak : GRIM
103. Offensive odor : FETOR
108. Radio's "___ the Magician" : CHANDU
109. Mozart opera: 1791 : DIEZAUBERFLOTE
113. Sadware alloy : PEWTER
114. Racine tragedy: 1691 : ATHALIE
115. Home of Abraham : HEBRON
116. Velarium, e.g. : AWNING
117. Teams of horses : SPANS
118. Emulated Red Jacket : ORATED
1. S. American rodent : PACA
2. Shortly : ANON
3. Vietnamese monetary unit : DONG
4. Upheave : RISE
5. Importune : ENTREAT
6. Dep. : STA
7. Most comfortable : COZIEST
8. Tinker's target : EVERS
9. " . . . ___-feather'd sleep": Milton : DEWY
10. Modern art : ARE
11. Mortar-mixing tool : RAB
12. Mozart opera: 1781 : IDOMENEO
13. Dermal blemish : COMEDO
14. Whence the Pison flowed : EDEN
15. Deliquesce : MELT
16. Tops : ACES
17. Actor Pendleton : NAT
20. Certain fabrics : WEFTS
21. Where Perry triumphed : ERIE
24. Wheel hub : NAVE
29. Millet : GRAIN
31. Bolted : ATE
32. Film featuring Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 21 : ELVIRAMADIGAN
33. Nudnik or buttinsky : NUISANCE
34. Buttress : PROP
35. "George White's Scandals," e.g. : REVUE
36. Correct : EMEND
37. Mozart opera: 1787 : DONGIOVANNI
38. Through; for each : PER
40. "Amadeus" director : MILOSFORMAN
41. Stop on ___ : ADIME
42. Demolish : LEVEL
43. Vacillates : YOYOS
46. Punty or mandrel : ROD
47. Defile : PASSAGE
51. Nautical chain : TYE
54. Spanish custard : FLAN
55. Actor Cariou : LEN
56. Williams and Ralston : ESTHERS
58. Crucifix : ROOD
60. Chanteur Jacques ___ : BREL
61. Plane curve : PARABOLA
62. Nene cry : HONK
66. Chilean stream : LOA
67. Disturbed ghost, in Hindu myths : PRETA
68. Moon or Spoon : RIVER
69. Unconcealed : OVERT
71. U.S. satellite : OGO
73. French area, rich in coal : LOIRE
74. Permute : ALTER
77. Apoidea member : BEE
79. Slighter : LESS
81. Mozart's birthplace: Jan. 27, 1756 : SALZBURG
82. Possessive adjective : THEIR
83. Conducted : LED
88. Sopherim : SCRIBES
89. Phoebus : SUN
90. Suggest; volunteer : PROFFER
92. Whitman died here: 1892 : CAMDEN
93. Call on : VISIT
95. Scottish philosopher: 1711-76 : HUME
97. Wife of Tyndareus : LEDA
98. Bobby Orr was one : BRUIN
99. Use maxilla and mandible : CHEW
100. A "Shampoo" star : HAWN
101. Oppositionist : ANTI
102. Jamboree : GALA
104. Its chief town is Portoferraio : ELBA
105. Illegality : TORT
106. Western Indian : OTOE
107. Lacerate : REND
108. Acct., often : CPA
110. Querying sounds : EHS
111. Use a ray gun : ZAP
112. Between pi and sigma : RHO

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