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New York Times, Sunday, October 20, 1991

Author: Calista Luminati
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 170, Blocks: 93, Avg Word Len: 5.13, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 615 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 130, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 15, XRef: 1
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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Balm of Gilead : BALSAM
7. Berlin-to-Dresden dir. : SSE
10. " . . . ___ and hungry look": Shak. : ALEAN
15. Billiard shot : CAROM
20. Popular uprising : EMEUTE
21. Foxhole : PIT
22. Actress Thomas : MARLO
23. Sharpness : ACUMEN
25. Scrub : CANCEL
26. TV letters : ABC
27. Ponerology topics : EVILS
28. Pine-tar product : RETENE
29. Iranian sweet : CHOCOLATEHERAN
32. Match king Kreuger : IVAR
34. Home of N.Y.'s Blackbirds : LIU
35. ___ buco, Italian dish : OSSO
36. Simon ___, St. John the Divine carver : VERITY
37. Flash of light : GLEAM
39. Coal bed : SEAM
40. Cassette : TAPE
43. Gasthaus : INN
44. Washington aspic : MOUSSEATTLE
46. New York pasta : MACARONIAGARA
51. Lady Penelope Devereux : STELLA
52. Succès d'estime : PRESTIGE
53. Monad : UNIT
55. Family of Reagan's first Sec. of Treasury : REGANS
59. He lived 912 years : SETH
60. ___ Tamid (synagogue lamp) : NER
61. His Monday is our Sunday : ASIAN
63. Upon : ATOP
65. Modernist : NEO
66. Pochette : KIT
68. Redacts : EMENDS
69. ___ ha-Shanah : ROSH
70. Power proj. of 1933 : TVA
71. Chilean grouse : PHEASANTIAGO
75. Mulct : FINE
76. Crack : CHAP
77. First American in orbit : GLENN
78. Boundary : METE
79. Actor Vidal : OLEG
80. Some Princetonians : COEDS
81. Foot form : LAST
82. Portion of a potion : DOSE
83. Panamanian breakfast food : GRANOLAPALMA
87. Hill inhabitant : ANT
88. Sock exchange : BOUT
89. Fit for farming : ARABLE
90. Kin of bravo : OLE
91. "The Facts of Life" Charlotte : RAE
92. Bear, in Brest : OURS
93. Like Maine woods : PINEY
94. ___ Dhabi, Eastern land : ABU
96. Lip : SASS
100. Wrong : ERRING
102. Gaelic : ERSE
103. Countrified character : RURALITY
105. Shocked : AGHAST
108. Illinois refresher : LEMONADECATUR
112. California seafood : SALMONTEREY
116. Laconian clan : OBE
117. A Barrymore in "E.T." : DREW
118. Riyadh resident : ARAB
119. Below, in Bonn : UNTEN
120. Peace-loving : DOVISH
122. Hero of Hindu epics : RAMA
126. Constanta coin : LEU
127. Gazelle gait : STOT
128. New Mexican breads : TORTILLASVEGAS
132. Of a trunk in a trunk : AORTAL
134. Drug-culture leader in the 60's : LEARY
136. King in I Kings : ASA
137. Anne Brontë's "The ___ of Wildfell Hall" : TENANT
138. Record holder : SLEEVE
139. Rousseau classic : EMILE
140. Minor minor : TOT
141. Father of Spanish drama : ENCINA
142. Kirstie of "Cheers" : ALLEY
143. Khedive : RULER
144. Ethyl chaser : ENE
145. Ball-park offering : WIENER
1. Beak, in Bologna : BECCO
2. Beijing baby sitters : AMAHS
3. Comedian Jay and family : LENOS
4. Uzbek corn mix : SUCCOTASHKENT
5. "___ cara," Bellini aria : ATEO
6. ___ Lazarus, "Miss Peach" cartoonist : MELL
7. Freshet : SPATE
8. Husky's home ground : SIBERIA
9. Whistler creation : ETCHING
10. Antarctic ice shelf : AMERY
11. Pahoehoe, e.g. : LAVA
12. "___ bragh" : ERINGO
13. Tennis term : ALL
14. Most prying : NOSIEST
15. Massachusetts chew : CARAMELROSE
16. The maples : ACER
17. Muffler menace : RUT
18. Frittata : OMELET
19. Lackey : MENIAL
24. Musical notational sign : NEUME
30. Please Nemesis : AVENGE
31. Suburb of Pittsburgh : ETNA
33. Rose bowl : VASE
38. Concupiscence : LUST
39. Hart : STAG
41. Hockey's ___ Ross Trophy : ART
42. Equine extremities : POINTS
44. Sulawesi seaport : MANADO
45. Hebrew letter : ALEPH
46. Some Brit. lords : MPS
47. Beatitudes verb : ARE
48. Whale: Comb. form : CET
49. Court follower : IER
50. Penitent's activity : RUING
54. Electees : INS
56. Ayn Rand novel : ANTHEM
57. Alternate locale for 128 Across : NEVADA
58. Afternoon fare on TV : SOAPS
61. Grenoble girlfriend : AMIE
62. Okhotsk or Andaman : SEA
63. Plath work : ARIEL
64. Horse-drawn Indian vehicle : TONGA
67. Golfer Woosnam : IAN
68. Lay or leather attachment : ETTE
71. Level : PLANAR
72. Lass who got an A : HESTER
73. Chanson topic : AMOUR
74. Preys for jays : NESTS
75. Berg detachment : FLOE
76. Kansas or Massachusetts cabbage : COLESLAWRENCE
77. Fierce look : GLARE
79. "___ a Rose": Frimi : ONLY
80. Ripken of the Orioles : CAL
82. New Jersey sinker : DOUGHNUTLEY
83. Inspiring intense fear : GRISLY
84. Punjabi princess : RANEE
85. Featherweight boxer Attell : ABE
86. Tea V.I.P. : POURER
88. African antelope : BONGO
89. I.R.S. collection time : APR
94. Neighbor of Scorpius : ARA
95. Gautama : BUDDHA
97. Sort of key : AIT
98. Actor Erwin : STU
99. An Arab rep. : SYR
101. Two-syllable foot : IAMB
102. Being, in France : ETRE
104. Spadille, sometimes : ACE
106. ___ time (never) : ATNO
107. One at Roanoke, e.g. : SETTLER
109. Like a quodlibet : MOOT
110. Preclude : OBVIATE
111. U.S. lexicographer-educator: 1869-1946 : NEILSON
112. Casa units : SALAS
113. Leaf area : AREOLA
114. Daphne turned into this tree : LAUREL
115. Involve necessarily : ENTAIL
120. He's Hunter on TV : DRYER
121. What aristarchs do : SLATE
123. Encore : AGAIN
124. Shelly ___, jazz drummer : MANNE
125. "There was ___ danced . . . ": Shak. : ASTAR
127. Husband : SAVE
129. Helmet border : ORLE
130. Slumgullion : STEW
131. Start of Caesar's boast : VENI
133. Hill, to an Arab : TEL
135. Ratite bird : EMU

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