IT'S A WOMAN'S WORLD!

New York Times, Sunday, October 26, 1980

Author:Elaine D. Schorr
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 72, Avg Word Len: 5.27, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 530 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 133, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 11, XRef: 2
Elaine D. Schorr has 27 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1980, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Auricular : OTIC
5. Expeditious : RAPID
10. Reduce in rank : ABASE
15. Competitive setting : OVAL
19. Togetherness for leftovers : HASH
20. Be devious : EVADE
21. Part of U.S.N.R. : NAVAL
22. ___ cloth : PINA
23. Carmen in Herrera's country : MIRANDAVENEZUELA
26. Lady of Limerick land : ERIN
27. Kind of activity : RADIO
28. Demesne : SPHERE
29. Practice halieutics : ANGLE
30. Implement for Hawkeye : SCALPEL
33. Company lover : MISERY
34. Doll babies : CUTIES
35. Start of a speech : LADIES
36. Ulan ___ : BATOR
37. A discovery of Gene Kelly : CARON
38. Arrow poison : INEE
39. Ellen of Big Sky country : TERRYMONTANA
43. Doxy : ISM
46. Flappers, e.g. : GALS
47. Resinous substance : LAC
48. Heraldic wreath : ORLE
49. Fierce Hawaiian shark : MANO
50. Biographer Winslow : OLA
51. Tennyson lass in a hit musical : ENIDOKLAHOMA
56. The Tentmaker : OMAR
57. Culvert entry : INLET
59. Like some rules : RIGID
60. Ball-gown fabric : MOIRE
61. Fashion fashioner : MODISTE
63. Gemstone surface : FACET
64. Honeyed phrases : BLARNEY
66. Sharp spur : ARETE
67. Fey : ELFIN
68. Up and about : RISEN
69. Glacial ridges : OSAR
70. Stone maiden of the Nile : ROSETTAEGYPT
74. Rheine's river : EMS
77. Profligate : ROUE
78. Boundaries: Lat. : ORAE
79. Hunters' org. : NRA
80. Waterlogged : ASOP
81. Officeholders : INS
82. Georgia girl in pine country : AUGUSTAMAINE
87. "___ creature was . . . " : NOTA
88. Cantankerous : TESTY
90. Then: Fr. : ALORS
91. Used the aerie : NESTED
93. Actress Fisher : CARRIE
95. Desultory : RANDOM
97. Like a corduroy fabric : PINWALE
98. George Eliot's real name : EVANS
99. Precursor of the feminist movement : SANGER
100. Stockholm's Hasso : SIGNE
101. Apologue, e.g. : TALE
102. English queen in Ahmadou Ahidjo's land : VICTORIACAMEROON
107. Les Etats-___ : UNIS
108. Grenoble's river : ISERE
109. An Alexander : SHANA
110. Smooth sailing : EASE
111. E.R.A. is one : STAT
112. Stuck in the mud : MIRED
113. Pueblo Indians : HANOS
114. Take in tow : DRAW
1. Electrical unit : OHM
2. Asian language : TAI
3. Rep. bordering Lebanon : ISR
4. "___ Angels" : CHARLIES
5. Most rubicund : REDDEST
6. Profit : AVAIL
7. Peacock constellation : PAVO
8. Orfe : IDE
9. Dullness : DENSITY
10. ___-Sudzhensk, U.S.S.R. city : ANZHERO
11. Hank ___, ex-Yankee : BAUER
12. ___ Fisher Hall, N.Y.C. : AVERY
13. Kind of closeout : SALE
14. Guidonian note : ELA
15. "___ the public" : OPENTO
16. One of the Mayos in the Land of Lakes : VIRGINIAMINNESOTA
17. Old-womanish : ANILE
18. Rural rights of way : LANES
24. Place for a clasp : NAPE
25. ___ Downs : EPSOM
29. Distinctive air : AURA
30. Irish port : SLIGO
31. Sight from Buzzards Bay : CANAL
32. A leading lady Down Under : ADELAIDEAUSTRALIA
33. Polo : MARCO
34. Crete's capital : CANEA
36. Nail variety : BRAD
37. Storm's predecessor : CALM
40. Flower of the flock : ELITE
41. Like very few baseball games : NOHIT
42. Walked on : TROD
44. Dragnet : SNARE
45. Amsterdam : MOREY
49. Poet Marianne : MOORE
51. It precedes where : ELSE
52. It precedes work : NET
53. Tough wrapping paper : KRAFT
54. Aboveboard : LICIT
55. Rocket stage : AGENA
58. Saltpeter in Soho : NITRE
60. Food for hogs : MAST
61. Soprano Kiri Te Kanawa is one : MAORI
62. Bean raised in Vermont : ORSON
63. Turns tail : FLEES
64. Three-time also-ran : BRYAN
65. Outer edge : LIP
67. Genesis brother : ESAU
70. A way to go : ROUTE
71. Caligula specialty : ORGY
72. Equip for the fray : ENARM
73. Like ashes in Amiens : GRIS
75. Touring stop : MOTEL
76. One of a top suit : SPADE
80. Honored an R.S.V.P. : ANSWERED
82. Take-it-or-leave-it phrase : ASIS
83. Performed, as the Castles : TANGOED
84. Cabinetwork wood : ALDER
85. Like Saracens' architecture : MOORISH
86. Hard nuts to crack : ENIGMAS
89. Wilde hero : ERNEST
92. Nine: Comb. form : ENNE
93. Equatorial constellation : CETUS
94. ___-garde : AVANT
95. Bonneville contestant : RACER
96. Cavern, poetically : ANTRE
97. Emil Gilels plays it : PIANO
99. Porkfish : SISI
100. Give the once-over : SCAN
102. Ginger : VIM
103. Cry of triumph : AHA
104. Rower : OAR
105. Explorer Johnson : OSA
106. Unessayed : NEW

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