Jim Page
Jim Page 

BURIED CITIES

New York Times, Sunday, October 19, 1980

Author: Jim Page
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.08, Missing: { J Z }, Scrabble score: 540 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 107, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 12, XRef: 0
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© 1980, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Org. for Berlin and Rome : ASCAP
6. ___ bien : TRES
10. Kind of stores : NAVAL
15. Lady Hamilton : EMMA
19. Headliner in April 1909 : PEARY
20. "___ soit . . . " : HONI
21. Pal, in Palermo : AMICO
22. Where cows browse : LEAS
23. Pa. city is involved in unforgettable event : EXPERIENCE
25. City taken in by sackers : DESTROYERS
27. Surgical instruments : XYSTERS
28. Quiverleaf : ASPEN
30. Rain repellent : OILSKIN
31. Being : ESSE
32. Deneb or Procyon : STAR
33. Her mate is a ruff : REE
34. Mercatorial items : MAPS
37. Hindmost : AREAR
39. Alaskan city gets into some bad name-calling : MISNOMERS
45. Habitat: Comb. form : ECO
46. Order to Gridley : FIRE
48. Domestic : MAID
50. Ugandan pest : TSETSE
51. French city features decorative strips : CORNICES
53. Like the Charleston today : PASSE
54. Except : SAVE
55. Bring about : CREATE
56. "___ sea is calm . . . ": Arnold : THE
58. E.R.A. for one : STAT
60. River in Kan. and Neb. : SAPPA
61. Capp of comics : ANDY
62. More supercilious : SNOOTIER
65. Yellow flags : IRISES
67. German city comes across with top grades : QUINTESSENCES
69. Endure patiently : ACCEPT
72. Most loutish : CRASSEST
73. Bugs is his bane : FUDD
77. Incubator newcomers : BROOD
78. Williams team : EPHS
80. Opp. of WNW : ESE
81. F.B.I. man, at times : RAIDER
83. Wylie's "Jennifer ___" : LORN
84. Peaches : ONERS
86. Indian city has a hot-rod event : DRAGRACE
88. Zed's Greek cousins : OMEGAS
91. Hawaiian goose : NENE
92. Swan's mythical mate : LEDA
93. ___ Palmas : LAS
94. Italian city takes on a forecaster : BAROMETER
96. City that finishes a Holy City : SALEM
99. "___ well . . . " : ALLS
100. Chemical ending : INE
101. Beaujolais, e.g. : WINE
102. Former British colony : ADEN
105. Movie producer-director : FREDCOE
109. "Our ___ Havana" : MANIN
110. Peregrinations : ROVINGS
114. Swiss city visited by a tourist : RUBBERNECK
116. Ecuadorean city has lots of stingers : MOSQUITOES
118. Matinee ___ : IDOL
119. Bridal path : AISLE
120. Noted Japanese admiral: 1854–1937 : URIU
121. Gemstone weight : CARAT
122. Sawbucks : TENS
123. Commence, as winter : SETIN
124. Withered : SERE
125. Autocrats : TSARS
1. Summit : APEX
2. Erotic : SEXY
3. Balaclavas : CAPS
4. High ridges : ARETES
5. Combustible heaps : PYRES
6. "___ the times that try . . . " : THESEARE
7. Actor Glass : RON
8. Crate : ENCASE
9. Postlunch snooze : SIESTA
10. Ralph or George : NADER
11. Orison finis : AMEN
12. Force : VIS
13. Cotten and Woolley : ACTORS
14. Important French port : LORIENT
15. Culbertson et al. : ELYS
16. Provincial heirs : MEEK
17. Spouse, in Savoie : MARI
18. Y.M.C.A. or N.A.A.C.P. : ASSN
24. Apl. collectors : IRS
26. Spreads not for beds : OLEOS
29. Type of violet : PARMA
34. Place attracting crowds : MECCA
35. Kind of squash : ACORN
36. Lucubrated : PORED
38. Famed columnist : RESTON
39. Marvell's was coy : MISTRESS
40. Impression : IDEA
41. Kin of lomas : MESAS
42. Storehouse : ETAPE
43. Letters on invitations : RSVPS
44. "___ pin . . . " : SEEA
46. Transient mood : FIT
47. Calls for defrosting : ICESUP
49. Levies a fine : ASSESSES
52. Legislative vote : NAY
53. Noted German philosopher-educator : PETERSEN
57. "King of the Hill" author : HOTCHNER
59. Obsessions : TICS
60. Sonny's sibling : SIS
63. "Rock On" author : NITE
64. "Life ___ jest": Gay : ISA
66. Backward : RETRAD
67. Euclidean abbr. : QED
68. Tease : NEEDLE
69. Spicy odor : AROMA
70. Brown Betty preparer : CORER
71. Brazzaville location : CONGO
73. Evergreen : FIR
74. Morris or Stewart : UDALL
75. Transfer of a kind : DECAL
76. Cure, as skins : DRESS
77. Splotch of color : BLOB
79. Corncake : PONE
82. Begum's mate : AGA
85. Plastics ingredient : RESIN
87. "Spark of Life" author : REMARQUE
89. Vestment : AMICE
90. Mesdames, in Cádiz : SENORAS
95. ___-weenie : TEENIE
97. Feeling of hatred : ANIMUS
98. Burger ballad: 1774 : LENORE
99. Bryant and Gillette : ANITAS
101. What some clocks do : WAKEN
103. Dutch painter: 1613–75 : DOU
104. Oust : EVICT
105. Glassmaker's mixture : FRIT
106. Makeshift : RUDE
107. Black : EBON
108. Mixed matches: Abbr. : DBLS
109. Year in Louis VII's reign : MCLI
111. Writer Ephron : NORA
112. Duffel-bag contents : GEAR
113. Some jets : SSTS
115. Superlative ending : EST
117. Letter opener : SIR

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