USE YOUR BEANIE

New York Times, Sunday, October 27, 1991

Author: Mary M. Murdoch
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 144, Blocks: 78, Avg Word Len: 5.04, Missing: { F J Q X Z }
Open Squares: 115, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 14, XRef: 1
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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Fine horse : ARAB
5. Freshwater fish : BREAM
10. Trammel material : MESH
14. Soupçon : DRAM
18. Agouti's cousin : PACA
19. ___ bell (seemed familiar) : RANGA
20. Russian collective : ARTEL
22. Baltic island : AERO
23. Guinness-Davis film: 1959 : THESCAPEGOAT
25. "The Grass Harp" writer : TRUMANCAPOTE
27. Diminutive suffixes : ETTES
28. Greek poet who rode a dolphin : ARION
30. The mind: Comb. form : NOO
31. Accountant's listing : NETLOSS
34. Never ___ moment : ADULL
35. Menlo Park family : EDISONS
39. Tryon novel, with "The" : OTHER
40. Redford, e.g. : BLOND
41. Dunderhead : ASS
42. Pompey's head : CAPUT
43. Agnes, in Acapulco : INES
44. Garner-McQueen film: 1963 : THEGREATESCAPE
48. Chinese pagoda : TAA
49. News windups : RECAPS
50. Lineup on a fine report card : AAAA
51. Foe of S. Grant : ELEE
52. Argot : CANT
53. Erode : EAT
54. Book parts : SPINES
56. Kind of consciousness or book : CLASS
57. City NW of Waco : HICO
58. Stem cutters : SNIPPERS
60. Ripples : PURLS
62. Chair worker : CANER
63. Goes off course : VEERS
64. Hock and sack : WINES
65. Williwaw : STORM
67. Rome's Spanish ___ : STEPS
69. ___ of Good Hope : THECAPE
70. "Show Me ___ Go Home" : THEWAYTO
73. Santa's sounds : HOHO
74. Kind of help : HIRED
76. Straggle : SPRAWL
78. Plump roasting fowl : CAPON
79. Hematite and galena : ORES
80. Ardor : ELAN
81. Amonasro's daughter : AIDA
82. Japanese admiral et al. : ITOS
83. Hyson, e.g. : TEA
84. Whimsy : CAPRICIOUSNESS
88. Archibald of N.B.A. fame : NATE
89. Type of vb. : IRR
90. Miss Hogg of Tex. : IMA
91. Like some fruit : DRIED
92. Dostoyevsky novel, with "The" : IDIOT
93. Made jottings : NOTATED
95. ___ means (certainly) : BYALL
96. Family of an actor in the "Godfather" films : PACINOS
98. Witticism : MOT
99. Site of a 1431-43 council : BASLE
100. Ky. college : BEREA
101. Talents : CAPABILITIES
105. Albany or Austin, e.g. : STATECAPITAL
110. Major Hoople's "drat" : EGAD
111. Framework : CADRE
112. ___ Baleares, off España : ISLAS
113. Jazz singer Simone : NINA
114. Lacoste of tennis fame : RENE
115. Suburb of Paris : ISSY
116. Leaning : ATILT
117. Apprehend clearly : KNOW
1. Fitting : APT
2. Stadium sound : RAH
3. Stich specialty : ACE
4. Lacking foundation : BASELESS
5. Pitcher Saberhagen and namesakes : BRETS
6. Fads : RAGES
7. A son of Seth : ENOS
8. Vizier's superior : AGA
9. Sunday performer in Mexico : MATADOR
10. Belafonte hit : MATILDA
11. Cedric ___ (Little Lord Fauntleroy) : ERROL
12. Floor : STUN
13. Haw's partner : HEM
14. Repeated musical passages : DACAPOS
15. Auto of yore : REO
16. Topic of an Emerson essay : ART
17. Cohort of Larry and Curly : MOE
21. Constable and Turner paintings : LANDSCAPES
24. Policeman, at times : CAPTOR
26. Hubbub : NOISE
29. Mystical mark : RUNE
31. Bêtes ___ : NOIRES
32. Of a Sicilian mount : ETNEAN
33. Michael Redgrave film: 1946 : THECAPTIVEHEART
34. Seaweeds : ALGAE
35. Disburdens : EASES
36. Walt Whitman poem : OCAPTAINMYCAPTAIN
37. Shade : NUANCE
38. Part of a turbine : STATOR
40. Noggins : BEANS
44. Acuminate : TAPER
45. They may be split : HAIRS
46. Takes effect : TELLS
47. Greek resistance force of W.W. II : ELAS
52. ___-banc (British motor coach) : CHARA
54. Goddess of hope : SPES
55. Emulated Harvey Birch : SPIED
56. Algonquians : CREES
59. Cucumbers : PEPOS
61. Open a soda bottle : UNCAP
62. Monastic symbol : COWL
64. "___ was one-and-twenty": Housman : WHENI
65. Clupeid fishes : SHADS
66. Amerinds of N.M. : TEWAS
67. "A ___ the Dark," 1964 film : SHOTIN
68. See 9 Down : TORERO
69. Farm mach. : TRAC
70. True's partner : TRIED
71. Ultra : TOOTOO
72. Beginnings : ONSETS
74. Tightly sealed : HERMETIC
75. Long series of woes : ILIAD
77. Screen part : PANEL
82. Black pigment : INDIAINK
84. Where Congress meets, with "the" : CAPITOL
85. Long series of wanderings : ODYSSEY
86. Russian river : URAL
87. Coal region of central Europe : SILESIA
92. Arctic sight : ICECAP
94. Nylon constituent : AMIDE
95. Max, Buddy and Bugs : BAERS
96. Part of a rose : PETAL
97. "There's no music in ___ ...": Ruskin : AREST
99. Orders : BIDS
100. A Crosby-Hope destination : BALI
101. Antic : CAPER
102. Ripen : AGE
103. Disallow : BAN
104. Mai ___ (rum drink) : TAI
106. Hissed reproof : TST
107. Part of pewter : TIN
108. Up: Comb. form : ANO
109. Nomologist's forte : LAW

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