BIBLICAL TITLES

New York Times, Sunday, November 15, 1987

Author: Joy L. Wouk
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.23, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 553 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 120, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 13, XRef: 0
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1. ___ Alto : PALO
5. Chum : PAL
8. Boxing letters : TKO
11. Greek : ARGIVE
17. De Quincey subject : OPIUM
19. Pierre's friend : AMI
20. Omani, e.g. : ARAB
21. Tars : SEAMEN
22. ___ cantata (Sung Mass) : MISSA
23. Beame or Burrows : ABE
24. Stalin's birthplace : GORI
25. Part of A.M.G. : ALLIED
26. Book about incompetence, with "The" : PETERPRINCIPLE
29. Medical: Comb. form : IATRO
30. Eyelike spots : OCELLI
31. ___-my-thumb : HOPO
32. Printer's direction : STET
34. "___ sana in corpore sano" : MENS
35. Poitier film: 1963 : LILIESOFTHEFIELD
43. Close, in poetry : ANEAR
44. Shade of brown : FAON
45. Mine, in Metz : AMOI
46. Doctorow work, with "The" : BOOKOFDANIEL
53. Profundity : DEEPNESS
55. "Little Murders" director : ARKIN
56. Us, to Hans : UNS
57. Extinct N.Z. birds : MOAS
59. Poet Alfred de ___ : MUSSET
60. Bunker Hill hero : PRESCOTT
62. Unfit : BAD
63. Faced : MET
64. J.F.K. notice : ARR
65. Heston film, with "The" : TENCOMMANDMENTS
70. Org. for Urey or Seaborg : ACS
73. Exclamation of scorn : FOH
74. Row : OAR
75. Porelike : OSTIOLAR
79. Fafnir, e.g. : DRAGON
81. Courts' Bjorn : BORG
82. Hereditary Br. titles : BTS
83. Vowels after A : EIOUY
84. "The ___ Circle": Ludlum : MATARESE
86. Newman film: 1967 : COOLHANDLUKE
89. " . . . age ___, the wit is out'": Shak. : ISIN
90. Meadows : LEAS
92. City NNW of Pusan : TAEGU
93. Pulitzer Prize play: 1930 : THEGREENPASTURES
97. Liverpool streetcar : TRAM
101. Fixed levels : PEGS
102. Eighth-century Chinese poet : LIPO
103. Black township near Johannesburg : SOWETO
105. Sins : EVILS
108. Wilde-Douglas film, with "The" : WALLSOFJERICHO
112. Particular : DETAIL
114. On the Black : ASEA
115. Indonesia's ___ Islands : ARU
116. Penetrate : ENTER
117. Chairman's concern : AGENDA
118. "___ also serve . . . ": Milton : THEY
119. Owned : HAD
120. Former president of Italy : LEONE
121. Obvious : MARKED
122. With: Prefix : SYN
123. Actress Christensen : UTE
124. Stowe book : DRED
1. Antiaircraft cannon : POMPOM
2. Each : APIECE
3. Start of "The Midnight Ride . . . " : LISTEN
4. Dippers : OUSELS
5. The Jack before Johnny : PAAR
6. Both: Comb. form : AMBI
7. Legal claim : LIEN
8. Too much, in music : TROPPO
9. Actor in "The Devil Commands": 1941 : KARLOFF
10. Theater award : OBIE
11. A king of Judah : ASA
12. Forte of Fingers : RELIEF
13. New Testament book : GALATIANS
14. Copy: Abbr. : IMIT
15. Shift : VEER
16. Inner: Comb. form : ENDO
18. Clay-sand mixture : MARL
20. Exchange fees : AGIOS
27. Rice dish : PILAF
28. Colette novel : CHERI
32. Brogan : SHOE
33. Dwelling house : TENEMENT
36. Out of favor : INDUTCH
37. Shed : LEANTO
38. McKellen and Paisley : IANS
39. Dandiprats : TADS
40. Heliogabalus's birthplace : EMESA
41. Unlucky one : LOSER
42. Person marketing a commodity: Abbr. : DISTR
46. Christened: Abbr. : BAP
47. American patriot-inventor: 18th century : ORR
48. Hawaiian liquor : OKE
49. Chest: Scot. : KIST
50. ___ all (finally) : ONCEFOR
51. Trade prohibition : EMBARGO
52. Bank offering : LOAN
54. Did a glazier's job : PUTTIED
58. State further : ADD
61. " . . . a linen stock ___ . . . ": Shak. : ONONELEG
63. Prophet's inspired utterance : MESSAGE
66. Barn sound : MOO
67. A cousin of grappa : MARC
68. Sarah, to Isaac : MOTHER
69. Type of bank : SOIL
70. Word on a ticket : ADMIT
71. Coarse linen cloth : CRASH
72. Composer Erik : SATIE
76. First Lady: 1929 : LOU
77. Dovekie : AUK
78. Romany ___ : RYE
80. Access at a dock : GANGPLANK
81. Sieva, e.g. : BEAN
82. Blue, to Wilhelm : BLAU
85. Bishoprics : SEES
87. Preminger and Klemperer : OTTOS
88. Nuts, to the Kaiser : NUSSE
91. Spectacular : SPLASHY
94. Dwell : RESIDE
95. Irish form of Helen : AILEEN
96. Expand : SPLAY
97. Interlaced : TWINED
98. Parish head : RECTOR
99. Wise goddess : ATHENE
100. At anchor : MOORED
104. Turgenev's birthplace : OREL
105. Red-coated cheese : EDAM
106. Lyra star : VEGA
107. Roman road : ITER
108. Thai temples : WATS
109. Punchbowl site : OAHU
110. Frosh-rushing group : FRAT
111. Hardy's "___ the Obscure" : JUDE
113. Housman youth : LAD

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