ROMAN INFUSION

New York Times, Sunday, November 11, 1990

Author: June A. Boggs
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 73, Avg Word Len: 5.26, Missing: { K W X }, Scrabble score: 563 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 108, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 17, XRef: 0
June A. Boggs has 28 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
1
G
2
A
3
L
4
F
5
E
6
T
7
E
8
D
9
C
10
R
11
A
12
M
13
P
14
Z
15
O
16
R
17
R
18
O
19
U
R
U
20
A
G
A
P
E
21
O
I
L
E
R
22
E
T
H
E
R
23
E
E
N
24
I
G
N
I
S
25
A
N
D
B
R
I
26
M
S
T
O
N
E
27
S
T
A
28
B
L
E
29
C
A
N
E
D
30
E
M
I
T
31
M
A
L
32
T
H
O
R
33
R
34
E
A
D
Y
35
L
36
U
L
U
S
37
B
U
S
38
A
V
I
39
D
40
C
L
E
O
41
E
L
Y
S
E
42
M
U
L
E
43
E
Q
U
44
A
L
45
N
46
O
D
E
47
A
R
48
R
E
S
T
49
A
50
U
R
U
M
F
I
51
N
52
G
E
R
53
R
I
S
E
N
54
I
N
M
E
55
E
P
E
E
56
B
57
R
58
E
A
D
59
E
S
60
Q
61
U
62
E
63
D
O
I
T
64
A
S
I
T
65
S
E
N
D
66
F
L
A
U
N
T
67
E
R
A
68
P
R
E
T
O
69
R
70
S
T
I
71
P
O
S
72
A
H
A
73
D
A
M
74
N
E
D
75
H
U
E
76
D
77
O
C
A
S
78
D
R
U
B
79
E
L
I
O
T
80
P
E
T
E
R
81
M
A
L
T
82
I
T
L
L
83
B
A
84
B
A
R
85
O
86
L
B
L
U
E
87
O
C
U
L
I
88
B
89
A
L
L
O
T
90
P
91
A
P
A
92
D
R
A
T
S
93
M
E
N
E
94
P
E
95
C
A
N
96
C
97
A
98
S
A
99
R
I
O
100
S
101
A
G
A
102
P
R
O
N
G
103
T
R
A
L
104
A
105
O
F
U
106
S
107
D
O
L
108
V
E
T
O
109
O
110
R
I
A
L
111
G
112
A
N
J
A
H
113
C
R
O
114
C
O
D
I
L
115
E
L
A
C
R
I
116
M
A
E
117
U
V
A
118
A
R
G
O
T
119
M
E
N
A
T
120
A
N
A
I
R
121
L
E
G
122
P
A
Y
N
E
123
E
D
E
N
S
124
T
E
E
N
Y
125
Y
R
S
© 1990, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Radio's "Our ___ Sunday" : GAL
4. Honored with entertainment : FETED
9. Hamper : CRAMP
14. Douglas Fairbanks Sr. role : ZORRO
19. A land in S.A. : URU
20. Love feast : AGAPE
21. Houston gridder : OILER
22. Wild blue yonder : ETHER
23. Gloaming : EEN
24. Type of sermon : IGNISANDBRIMSTONE
27. Groom's milieu : STABLE
29. Beat, in a way : CANED
30. Give forth : EMIT
31. Baudelaire's "Les Fleurs du ___" : MAL
32. "B.C." character : THOR
33. Prepare : READY
35. Corkers : LULUS
37. Vehicle in a Monroe film : BUS
38. Cupidinous : AVID
40. Elmer Gantry's wife : CLEO
41. "Family Ties" role : ELYSE
42. Span member : MULE
43. Compeer : EQUAL
45. Stem joint : NODE
47. Stem : ARREST
49. Bond foe : AURUMFINGER
53. " . . . Lord is ___ indeed": Luke 24:34 : RISEN
54. "Trust ___," 1934 song : INME
55. Sign-language developer : EPEE
56. Anadama or panettone : BREAD
59. Roman attachment : ESQUE
63. Trifle : DOIT
64. ___ were (seemingly) : ASIT
65. Forward : SEND
66. Display pretentiously : FLAUNT
67. Time piece : ERA
68. Roman magistrate : PRETOR
70. Drop-lid desks : STIPOS
72. Eureka! : AHA
73. "The Queen of the ___": Rice : DAMNED
75. Having color : HUED
77. Wood sorrels : OCAS
78. Thrash : DRUB
79. Harvard president: 1869-1909 : ELIOT
80. He's often robbed : PETER
81. Scotch ingredient : MALT
82. Common contraction : ITLL
83. Storied pachyderm : BABAR
85. Frank Sinatra : OLBLUEOCULI
88. Kind of box : BALLOT
90. He "loves mambo" : PAPA
92. Confounds : DRATS
93. " . . . ___, tekel, upharsin" : MENE
94. State tree of Tex. : PECAN
96. ___ Grande, city in Ariz. : CASA
99. Ebro and Segura : RIOS
101. Muslim general : AGA
102. Part of a trident : PRONG
103. Chorus syllables : TRALA
105. TV's "Just the Ten ___" : OFUS
107. Cur. unit : DOL
108. Put the kibosh on : VETO
109. Invent extender : ORIAL
111. Marijuana : GANJAH
113. Insincere show of sorrow : CROCODILELACRIMAE
117. Grape, in Concordia : UVA
118. Shoptalk : ARGOT
119. "___ Work . . . ": G. Will book : MENAT
120. " . . . ___ that kills": Housman : ANAIR
121. Side of a triangle : LEG
122. "Home, Sweet Home" lyricist : PAYNE
123. Earl of Avon's family : EDENS
124. Minuscular : TEENY
125. Possessive pron. : YRS
1. Company for Carson : GUEST
2. Singer Franklin : ARETHA
3. Leslie-Burke song: 1935 : LUNAOVERMIAMI
4. Safe preceder : FAIL
5. Type of moth : EGGER
6. Oribi's hue : TAN
7. Majestic : EPICAL
8. Notorious marquis : DESADE
9. Etna has one : CONE
10. Holey : RIDDLED
11. Kin of a dalmatic : ALB
12. Nothing more than : MERELY
13. Emergency treatment : PRIMUSAID
14. Spice : ZEST
15. Polo Grounds hero : OTT
16. Equilateral parallelogram : RHOMBUS
17. Co-Nobelist for Peace: 1907 : RENAULT
18. Choice words : ORELSE
25. "___ Can Whistle," Sondheim musical : ANYONE
26. Chintzy ones : MISERS
28. Grill item : BRIQUET
34. Surpass : ECLIPSE
36. Caucho-producing tree : ULE
39. "___ Spiro, Spero" (S.C. motto) : DUM
42. Table for Tacitus : MENSA
44. " . . . I am ___": Romeo : AFEARD
46. Mars and Venus, e.g. : ORBS
48. Staggers : REELS
49. General's ___ camp : AIDEDE
50. Written, e.g. : UNORAL
51. Also not : NEITHER
52. Become publicly known : GETOUT
53. Sweeping : RADICAL
57. Thing, to Tiberius : RES
58. Sepulcher : ENTOMB
60. Independence Day : QUARTUSOFJULY
61. Remove husks : UNHULL
62. Worktable, in Etaples : ETABLI
66. "Old Dog Tray" composer : FOSTER
68. Vexilium, e.g. : PETAL
69. Her mate is ruff : REE
71. Marshy : PALUDAL
74. High-minded : NOBLE
76. Gutta : DROP
78. Enunciation : DICTION
80. Robed scythe carrier : PATERTIME
84. Slugged : BOPPED
86. Of milk : LACTIC
87. Galley essential : OAR
88. Irish euphemism : BEGORRA
89. Similitude : ANALOGY
90. Kisser : PAN
91. Luanda resident : ANGOLAN
93. Rash : MADCAP
95. Became distant : COOLED
97. " . . . the mountains of ___": Gen. 8:4 : ARARAT
98. Brackish : SALINE
100. More sophisticated : SUAVER
104. One more time : AGAIN
106. Layered coifs : SHAGS
108. Canvasser's concern : VOTE
110. "Willard" creatures : RATS
112. Ethereal : AERY
114. Temporary beginner : CON
115. Gazetteer letters : ENE
116. Financier's Fannie ___ : MAE

Found bugs or have suggestions?