SEASIDE CELEBRITIES

New York Times, Sunday, October 7, 1984

Author:Jeanette K. Brill
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78, Avg Word Len: 5.19, Missing: { J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 512 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 121, Cheaters: 14, FITB: 11, XRef: 0
Jeanette K. Brill has 79 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Beach building : CABANA
7. Peer Gynt's mother : ASE
10. News bit : ITEM
14. Russian sea : ARAL
18. Hurtful person : ABUSER
19. Deprive of inherent properties : DENATURE
21. Cathedral areas : NAVES
23. Fight off : RESIST
24. Eponym of a luncheon snack : EARLOFSANDWICH
26. Coup ___ : DETAT
27. Slap or snap follower : SHOT
28. Pavarotti, for one : TENOR
29. One ___ time (singly) : ATA
30. Chem. suffixes : ENES
32. Mind : OBEY
34. Took the tab : TREATED
36. French wall : MUR
38. He starred in "Scarface" in 1932 : GEORGERAFT
43. Aim toward : ASPIRE
44. Business abbr. : INC
45. Big blow : GALE
46. Chorister's big moment : SOLO
47. Atomic units : IONS
48. Blue Eagle, prior to its clipping : NIRA
50. Trace : RELIC
53. Latin-lesson word : AMAT
56. Printers' measures : ENS
57. Types of type: Abbr. : ITALS
59. Host of TV's "Match Game" : GENERAYBURN
63. Wires : CABLES
65. Dinesen products : TALES
66. Snick or ___ : SNEE
67. Container : CAN
70. Trees, as distinguished from shrubs : ARBORES
72. Stow away : STASH
74. Colonnaded porch : TERRACE
76. Farm crop : RYE
77. Ionian gulf : ARTA
79. Virginia willows : ITEAS
81. Fount : SOURCE
82. Co-originator of the one-step : IRENECASTLE
85. Fathered : SIRED
86. Second addendum to a letter : PPS
89. Little, for example : APER
90. Stock unit : SHARE
92. Insects' nests : NIDI
93. Fast breaker : MEAL
94. Undiluted, as a drink : NEAT
97. Kind of bean : SNAP
99. Shoe width : EEE
100. Embellished : ORNATE
103. Thrush from Tennessee : DINAHSHORE
106. H.C.H.'s successor : FDR
107. Having black and white spots : PIEBALD
109. Kind of rug : AREA
110. Beautiful woman : PERI
112. Adherent : IST
113. A Stern fellow : ISAAC
116. Beluga's cousin : ORCA
118. Roman hearth goddess : VESTA
121. Best supporting actress in 1959 and 1965 : SHELLEYWINTERS
124. Having more money : RICHER
125. Axe handle : HELVE
126. Theatrical luminaries : ARTISTES
127. High regard : ESTEEM
128. Port ___, Egypt : SAID
129. Muscovite's refusal : NYET
130. Keats vehicle : ODE
131. Difficult : THORNY
1. King or queen : CARD
2. ___ in one's bonnet : ABEE
3. Tarzan of the 1930's : BUSTERCRABBE
4. Chinese or Mongolian : ASIAN
5. Rainy-day insurance : NESTEGG
6. Knack : ART
7. Punchless punches : ADES
8. Porpoise : SEAHOG
9. Attire : ENROBE
10. Michio ___, famous dancer : ITO
11. Clump : TUFT
12. Gaelic : ERSE
13. Intended : MEANT
14. Guitarist Segovia : ANDRES
15. Uncooked : RAW
16. Wright-on science : AVIATION
17. Reading desks : LECTERNS
20. Permutes or transmutes : ALTERS
22. Sunglasses, in slanguage : SHADES
25. Writer Ephron : NORA
31. Scorch : SEAR
33. Chinese aborigine : YAO
35. " . . . baked in ___" : APIE
36. Antithesis of a Rolls : MINICAR
37. Whole : UNITARY
39. Cassini : OLEG
40. Lease again : RELET
41. Excoriate : FLAY
42. Parts of Khufu's creations : TOMBS
49. Isomeric : ALLO
51. Claire and Balin : INAS
52. Bird, for one : CELTIC
54. Pittypat in "G.W.T.W." : AUNT
55. Banyan and baobab : TREES
58. Caravansary : SERAI
60. Ranch in Ferber's "Giant" : REATA
61. Rate : ASSESS
62. Fiddler and pianist : NEROS
64. Pioneer missionary in California : SERRA
67. Princess Leia in "Star Wars" : CARRIEFISHER
68. Gave consent : ACCEDED
69. More indigent : NEEDIER
71. Armstrong's "small" advance : STEP
73. Biblical verb : HATH
75. Destroy : RUIN
78. Put ___ to (finish off) : ANEND
80. Forest debris : SLASH
83. " . . . ___ saw Elba" : EREI
84. Conductor Rapée : ERNO
86. Is wiped out : PERISHES
87. Long slender cigar: Var. : PANETELA
88. Thick piece : SLAB
91. H. Fonda role in 1946 : EARP
93. Listless and dejected : MOPISH
95. "Sound ___!" : ANA
96. Deck of destiny? : TAROTS
98. Cross : PEEVISH
101. Followed closely : TAILED
102. Other : ELSE
104. Regarding this point : HERETO
105. Holy : SACRED
108. Israel's Minister of Defense: 1967–74 : DAYAN
111. Right-hand page : RECTO
114. Cock-a-hoop : AWRY
115. Refer to as a source : CITE
117. Small African fox : ASSE
119. This follows four or six : TEEN
120. Salvation ___ : ARMY
122. Half of CXII : LVI
123. Kind of wit : NIT
124. Soak flax : RET

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