ANAGRAMS ON PARADE

New York Times, Sunday, October 1, 1989

Author:John Greenman
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 146, Blocks: 74, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 493 (avg 1.34)
Open Squares: 121, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 14, XRef: 0, Spans: 5
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© 1989, The New York Times
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1. "___ cold and starve a fever" : FEEDA
6. Perfume bottle : VIAL
10. Kitchen utensil : RICER
15. C.S.A. troops : REBS
19. More mature : OLDER
20. Con : ANTI
21. Rub with rubber : ERASE
22. Brainchild : IDEA
23. PRECISE changes in letter sequence : PIERCESRECIPESPIECERS
27. Roosevelt or Teasdale : SARA
28. Churchillian sign : VEE
29. Zola novel : NANA
30. Markers placed on highways : CONES
31. Refusals : NOES
33. Murphy of movies : EDDIE
35. Flying saucer : UFO
37. Pig's digs : STY
38. Pond denizens : FROGS
41. Author of "The Mysterious Stranger" : TWAIN
42. Listing : ATILT
44. ALTERED altered thrice : REDEALTRELATEDTREADLE
51. In the thick of : AMID
52. Windy City airport : OHARE
53. Pindar's products : ODES
54. Prejudice : BIAS
55. Hither's partner : YON
56. Auspices : EGIS
57. Norse deities : AESIR
59. First name in rock 'n' roll annals : ELVIS
60. Director Flaherty's "Man of ___" : ARAN
61. Tuckered out : ALLIN
62. Actor Everett ___: 1909-65 : SLOANE
63. PARSING into two verbs and a noun : SPARINGRASPINGPARINGS
69. Originates : ARISES
70. "___ Irish Rose" : ABIES
71. A grandson of Jacob : AROD
72. Fla. exports : LIMES
73. Bridges : SPANS
74. Barr. or sol. : ATTY
75. ___ vous plaît : SIL
78. Hymn sign-off : AMEN
79. Social reformer: 1849-1914 : RIIS
80. Basketry twig : OSIER
82. Yea or nay : VOTE
83. DIVERSE rearrangements : DERIVESDEVISERREVISED
88. Unconscious states : COMAS
89. Singer James et al. : ETTAS
90. Bouquet : AROMA
91. Helmsman's panicked plea : SOS
94. West role : LIL
95. Holding : ASSET
96. Raw silk's hue : ECRU
98. "Romola" writer : ELIOT
100. Island SW of Alaska : ATTU
101. Galena, e.g. : ORE
102. Biography : LIFE
106. RELAPSE into three other forms : PLEASERLEAPERSREPEALS
112. "___ Misbehavin'" : AINT
113. Kind of bore or wave : TIDAL
114. Sapient : WISE
115. Mystery writer Hammond ___ : INNES
116. Pastures : LEAS
117. Rimes : HOARS
118. "Zounds!" : EGAD
119. Discombobulated : ATSEA
1. Popinjays : FOPS
2. Essayist's nom de plume : ELIA
3. W. German river : EDER
4. Off one's rocker : DERANGED
5. Pendulum's path : ARC
6. Bud vessels : VASES
7. As to : INRE
8. Chowed down : ATE
9. Driver's permit: Abbr. : LIC
10. Spruce up a room : REPAINT
11. Cara or Castle : IRENE
12. Havanan's house : CASA
13. Psychic power's inits. : ESP
14. Defendants: Law : REI
15. Carty of baseball : RICO
16. Anthony and Clarissa : EDENS
17. Rakish cap : BERET
18. Procacious : SASSY
24. Anne Baxter role : EVE
25. Kind of ink : INDIA
26. School for Simone : ECOLE
32. Explorer Johnson : OSA
33. Jug : EWER
34. Valley : DALE
35. Verbalize : UTTER
36. Douglas and Oregon : FIRS
38. Fracas : FRAY
39. San ___, Italy : REMO
40. Tyr's father : ODIN
41. Refrain syllables : TRAS
42. Arithmetic assignment : ADDING
43. Scandal-sheet format : TABLOID
45. "___ Run," 1976 fantasy film : LOGANS
46. Tangible object : THING
47. Red dye : EOSIN
48. Low couch or sofa : DIVAN
49. Memorable English psychiatrist-author : LAING
50. Curves : ESSES
56. N.Y. Indians : ERIES
57. Mont Blanc's range : ALPES
58. Original Olympics site : ELIS
59. Crazy Legs Hirsch : ELROY
60. "___ and Old Lace" : ARSENIC
61. "Pleasure's ___ . . . ": Byron : ASIN
62. "No Exit" author : SARTRE
63. Caesar, e.g. : SALAD
64. Time preceder : PRIME
65. Marksman, e.g. : AIMER
66. White water : RAPIDS
67. Degrade : ABASE
68. He wrote "Marius the Epicurean" : PATER
73. Twine fiber : SISAL
74. Affectations : AIRS
75. Middling : SOSO
76. Inventory listing : ITEM
77. Mother of Pollux : LEDA
79. Ancient people of Gaul : REMI
80. Bone: Comb. form : OSTE
81. Pew or perch : SEAT
82. Noxious : VIRULENT
84. Electrical units : VOLTS
85. Flame keepers of old Rome : VESTALS
86. "___ to You," Dexter-Paris tune of 1946 : ITSUP
87. River near Nice : VAR
91. Flower element : SEPAL
92. Hardy, to Laurel : OLLIE
93. City S of Florence : SIENA
95. "And every woe ___ can claim": Byron : ATEAR
96. Slipped up : ERRED
97. Bee chaser : CEE
99. Fillies' fodder : OATS
100. "M*A*S*H" TV star : ALDA
101. Thessalian peak : OSSA
103. Fleming and Carmichael : IANS
104. Be on the lam : FLEE
105. Pronoun for the Andrea Doria : ESSA
107. Numerical ending : ETH
108. Brazil's ___ Branco : RIO
109. Ovine female : EWE
110. Equip a ship : RIG
111. Actress Zadora : PIA

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