JANUS STYLE

New York Times, Sunday, January 5, 1986

Author:Julian Ochrymowych
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 534 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 101, Cheaters: 12, FITB: 13, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
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© 1986, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Jungfrau, e.g. : ALP
4. Containing a gaseous element: Comb. form : NITR
8. Dicer or tile : HAT
11. First four rows : ABCD
15. Part of r.p.m. : PER
16. Baseball brothers : ALOUS
18. Emulated Steve Cauthen : RODE
19. Symbol of luxury : CLOVER
22. Seventh Greek letter : ETA
23. EVIL : PERNICIOUSETAMINA
26. DIAPER : SILKFABRICDESRUBMIER
28. How Ozzie Smith plays : ADROITLY
29. Do macramé : TIE
30. Christian or Vulgar : ERA
31. Locale of Beauvais : OISE
32. ___ of vantage (good position) : COIGN
33. Jolly boat : TENDER
35. Pupil's protector : LID
37. Homophone for use : EWES
38. Nander nannies : AYAHS
41. Black Hawk was one : SAC
43. Predicate word : VERB
46. Hosp. group : RNS
47. Gremlin or aphorism : GNOME
48. Illuminated : LIT
50. Nigerian native : IBO
52. Before, to Byron : ERE
54. REVILED : VITUPERATEDEERFTES
58. Shape a mustache : TRIM
60. Actress Rowlands : GENA
61. "This ___ House," 1954 song : OLE
62. Ange's flapper : AILE
63. STINKER : TWERPNIAGAYLMRIFSKNIL
69. Platinum wire loop : OESE
70. Prince Valiant's son : ARN
71. Twosome : PAIR
72. Twankay and gowiddie : TEAS
73. REWARD : RECOMPENSEREHCTEKS
79. Nickname of a Udall : STU
80. Urge : YEN
81. Europe's ___ shrew : ERD
82. Newcomers in Januaries : YEARS
83. Cinerary vessel : URN
86. Scorch or torch : SEAR
88. Braun or Le Gallienne : EVA
90. Time of the Peace of Passau : MDLII
91. Koko's weapon : SNEE
92. Pile : NAP
94. Busy ___ : ASABEE
97. Trattoria dessert : DOLCE
98. Sandburg's "bucket of ashes" : PAST
101. Actor McKellen : IAN
103. Garrison : MAN
104. Tropical tree : ROSEWOOD
107. PARTS : ACTORSLINESTCIRTSNOC
111. LAMINA : THINSCALEERUTAERC
112. Wedel : SKI
114. Experience anew : RELIVE
115. Actress Teeter : LARA
116. Riser with risers : STAIR
117. Slippery one : EEL
118. The cat's whiskers : TOPS
119. Predecessors of esses : ARS
120. Call it ___ (retire) : ADAY
121. Between H.S.T. and J.F.K. : DDE
1. Pongo, e.g. : APE
2. Disappoints : LETSDOWN
3. Grasslands : PRAIRIES
4. Prandial protector : NAPKIN
5. "___ My Heart in . . . " : ILEFT
6. Of a flower's receptacle : TORAL
7. Extra piece of track : RUNBY
8. Kind of crow or gull : HOODED
9. Together: Mus. dir. : ADUE
10. Mosaic piece : TESSERA
11. Real : ACTUAL
12. Tell all : BLAB
13. Low chest of drawers : COMMODE
14. Year in Clovis I's reign : DVIII
17. Raleigh's title : SIR
18. Toxic protein : RICIN
20. Chemical suffixes : ENES
21. Infrequent : RARE
24. Quotes : CITES
25. Be off base : ERR
27. Objects for birling : LOGS
28. Maple genus : ACER
33. "Horton Hatches ___": Dr. Seuss : THEEGG
34. Ariosto's patron : ESTE
36. Composer Novello : IVOR
38. Six-legged warrior : ANT
39. Kern's "___ Are Love" : YOU
40. Unit of elec. current : AMP
42. Skies over Siena : CIELI
44. Eye part : RETINA
45. "Jacques ___ Alive and Well . . . " : BRELIS
47. Ribbonlike fabric : GIMP
48. Rope on a sloop : LANYARD
49. Verdi's land, to Debussy : ITALIE
51. Bouillon base : BEEF
53. Ass, on das Bauerngut : ESEL
54. Sweet American singer : VIREO
55. McCormick's machine : REAPER
56. "Le Coq ___" : DOR
57. Forgeries : FAKES
58. Chickadee's chirps : TWEETS
59. Save : RESCUE
63. Craggy hills : TORS
64. Scruff : NAPE
65. Cara or Castle : IRENE
66. Landers or Miller : ANN
67. Maniac in "The Strange Case . . . " : MRHYDE
68. Items for N.Y.S.E. : STKS
74. A memorable Hess : MYRA
75. Legendary septet : SEAS
76. Sheet for making film cartoons : CEL
77. Skater Babilonia : TAI
78. Lincoln's "Cap'n ___" : ERI
83. Released from restraints : UNLOOSED
84. Prepared to shoot again : RECOCKED
85. Requirement : NEED
87. Violinist-composer Vivaldi : ANTONIO
89. Ice-cream flavor : VANILLA
90. Falcon-headed Egyptian god : MENTU
91. Seeded : SOWN
93. Fishy sign : PISCES
95. Kabul bigwigs : AMEERS
96. Port of Iraq : BASRA
97. Catch sight of : DESCRY
98. Father: Comb. form : PATR
99. Feel compassion : ACHE
100. Marsh bird : STILT
102. ___ mode : ALA
104. Lasso : RIATA
105. A companion of Pan : OREAD
106. Groove : STRIA
108. Invitation abbr. : RSVP
109. Close to : NEAR
110. Parts of a dol. : CTS
113. ___ de la Cité : ILE

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