1492 REVIEW

New York Times, Sunday, October 11, 1992

Author:Richard Silvestri
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78, Avg Word Len: 5.19, Missing: { J X Z }, Scrabble score: 534 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 113, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 15, XRef: 0
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© 1992, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Anat. or chem. : SCI
4. Disconcert : ABASH
9. Dweller in Salalah, e.g. : OMANI
14. Unhurt : SAFE
18. Pulitzer Prize poet Dugan : ALAN
19. Jalopy : CRATE
20. Room on board : CABIN
21. Charles ___, silents actor : OGLE
22. Historic vessel : SANTAMARIA
24. Dieter's no-no : SNACK
25. Clipping or tripping : FOUL
26. Wound thread : SPOOLED
27. Org. opposing the Brady bill : NRA
29. "___ the Moon," 1953 song : ISEE
30. Item for some surgeons : TREE
31. In a vertical position: Naut. : APEAK
32. Historic patron : KINGFERDINAND
35. Abnormal: Prefix : DYS
36. "Iacta ___ est" : ALEA
40. Weather satellite : TIROS
41. Hotbed : NEST
42. Cover with feathers : FLEDGE
44. Unit of length : MIL
45. Skivvies' old cousins : BVDS
47. Historic landfall: Oct. 12, 1492 : WATLINGISLAND
51. Alveoli : AIRSACS
55. Guarded sticker : EPEE
56. Heroine of "The Flying Dutchman" : SENTA
57. Buffalo skater : SABRE
59. Oop's homeland : MOO
60. Iraqi exports : DATES
62. Cartoonist Soglow : OTTO
65. Prefix for physics : META
66. Rotate the camera : PAN
67. Historic explorer : CHRISTOPHERCOLUMBUS
73. Haggard's Ayesha : SHE
74. Unadorned : BARE
75. Roman-fleuve : SAGA
76. Seamen : SALTS
78. Part of r.p.m. : PER
79. Washstand items : EWERS
81. Kin of peristyles : ATRIA
85. "___ a Song Go . . . " : ILET
86. Classifies : ASSORTS
88. Five-hundredth anniversary : QUINCENTENARY
92. Short lives? : BIOS
93. Samovar : URN
94. Walter and Uta : HAGENS
95. Adamson's pet : ELSA
97. Nigerian city : LAGOS
99. Lupine look : LEER
100. Hudson contemporary : REO
103. Historic patroness : QUEENISABELLA
107. " . . . sailed the ___ blue" : OCEAN
109. Liberal follower : ARTS
110. Empty-headed : DUMB
111. Seurat unit : DOT
112. Backslide : RELAPSE
114. Buffet : TOSS
115. Lissome : AGILE
117. Historic port : PALOSSPAIN
119. Cap-___ (from head to foot) : APIE
120. "Funny Girl" choreographer : HANEY
121. Rumpelteazer's creator : ELIOT
122. Cortex : RIND
123. Tear : REND
124. "___ Ben Jonson!" : ORARE
125. Ooze : SLIME
126. Neighbor of Braz. : ARG
1. White of "Sanford and Son" : SLAPPY
2. Pirogues : CANOES
3. Knock ___ cocked hat : INTOA
4. Top : ACME
5. Small nail : BRAD
6. Swiss waterway : AAR
7. Offend the nostrils : STINK
8. "___ not, Duncan": Shak. : HEARIT
9. Place for a future lt. : OCS
10. Engine fittings : MANIFOLDS
11. Humbles : ABASES
12. Not so nasty : NICER
13. Readied the presses : INKED
14. Pillow's quality : SOFTNESS
15. Gathering places : AGORAS
16. Glib or graceful : FLUENT
17. Went sniggling : EELED
18. Syria's President : ASSAD
23. Acid neutralizer : ALKALI
28. Soul : ANIMA
33. Cheshire-Cat's leftover : GRIN
34. Roy Orbison hit: 1963 : INDREAMS
37. Camera part : LENS
38. Lip : EDGE
39. "Gone ___, Finnigin": Gillilan : AGIN
42. Mock : FLEER
43. Bar, legally : ESTOP
45. Where speech was an impediment : BABEL
46. Curios : VIRTU
47. United : WED
48. Army helicopters : APACHES
49. Leashes : TETHERS
50. Plaster-backing strips : LATHS
52. Ecclesiastical vessel : AMPULLA
53. Bar mat : COASTER
54. William, to Di : SON
58. One of a Latin trio : AMO
61. ___ husky : SIBERIAN
63. Caddy's contents : TEA
64. Jubal's invention : ORGAN
68. Took care of : SAWTO
69. Lock : TRESS
70. Neath's opposite : OER
71. Concealed complication : CATCH
72. Barbara and Conrad : BAINS
73. Town near Liège : SPA
77. Hordeolum : STY
80. One having spats : SQUABBLER
82. "Camino ___": T. Williams : REAL
83. Photographer Morath : INGE
84. Suit to ___ : ATEE
87. Like Melville's Ahab : OBSESSED
89. Importune : URGE
90. "___ Chicago," 1938 movie : INOLD
91. Becomes a member : ENROLS
95. Eisenhower's "Crusade in ___" : EUROPE
96. Admits : LETSIN
97. Thin plate : LAMINA
98. Sights at Stowe : SLOPES
100. Fix : REPAIR
101. Facilitator's action : EASING
102. Without letup : ONEND
103. Persian Gulf emirate : QATAR
104. Shoshone Falls site : IDAHO
105. Term of endearment : SUGAR
106. In any way : ATALL
108. "It Happened One Night" director : CAPRA
112. Leeway : ROOM
113. Tasso's patron : ESTE
116. Spud's bud : EYE
118. Half of CIV : LII

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