CITY FATHERS

New York Times, Sunday, November 20, 1983

Author: Elaine D. Schorr
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 144, Blocks: 74, Avg Word Len: 5.10, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 558 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 123, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 24, XRef: 1
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1. Denpasar is its capital : BALI
5. Cinch : SNAP
9. Commandment word : SHALT
14. Shetland land-tenure system : UDAL
18. One of Hollywood's Jacks : ELAM
19. "You ___ mouthful!" : SAIDA
20. Bernstein hit song : MARIA
21. Fuselage part : NOSE
22. Old Norse poetry collection : EDDA
23. Actor Patrick : ONEAL
24. ___ ease (uncomfortable) : ILLAT
25. Perdition : RUIN
26. ___, Washington; ___, Arizona : RAYMONDCHANDLER
29. Stamping ground of 42 Across : VEGAS
30. Dirty trick : RUSE
31. One-time Genoa magistrates : DOGES
32. Ding-dong : PEAL
33. Drains : SEWERS
37. Feast : DINE
38. Farm fodder : SOILAGE
41. George Eliot's real surname : EVANS
42. ___, Nebraska; ___, Kansas : WAYNENEWTON
46. Part of A.S.P.C.A. : SOC
47. Fine spray : MIST
48. Province of modern Greece : NOME
49. Mind-boggling period : AEON
50. Kind of American : AFRO
51. Fish ailment : ICH
52. ___, Kansas; ___, Montana : HOWARDBAKER
56. Madame de ___ : STAEL
57. Leaf adjuncts : STIPULES
59. Decked out : ROBED
60. Trigonometric function : COSINE
61. Transient traveler : NOMAD
62. Less furnished : BARER
63. Not so deceptive : TRUER
64. Puts up to : EGGSON
66. Shaitan : DEMON
67. Like some typing paper : ERASABLE
70. Load lugger : TOTER
71. ___, Mississippi; ___, Vermont : LELANDSTOWE
73. Rhone feeder : AIN
74. Marksman of myth : AMOR
75. Christie's Miss Marple : JANE
76. Grow dull : PALL
77. Part of V.M.I. : INST
78. Type of strike : TEN
79. ___, Indiana; ___, Wisconsin : GARYMERRILL
83. A joint : ANKLE
84. Fluffs : SLIPUPS
86. Disposition : MIEN
87. Tedious talker : PROSER
88. Occult character : RUNE
89. Coconut-oil source : COPRA
91. Levantine ketch : SAIC
93. Sorcery session : COVEN
95. ___, Maine; ___, Texas : ALFREDHITCHCOCK
101. Mohammed descendant's title : AMIR
102. Iraklion's locale : CRETE
103. Vacancy sign : TOLET
104. One-___ (superior to) : UPON
105. ___ Blanc : MONT
106. Nixies or pixies : ELVES
107. ___ Canyon, on Idaho's border : HELLS
108. Constance or Louise : LAKE
109. Walt Kelly character : POGO
110. Some horses : ROANS
111. It, in Italy : ESSO
112. Expression of relief : PHEW
1. Skittles sidekick : BEER
2. Italian cinematographer : ALDA
3. Windermere, e.g. : LADY
4. Mosque bigwig : IMAM
5. Kingsley's "The ___ of Dee" : SANDS
6. Electra, to Menelaus : NIECE
7. A wife of Esau : ADAH
8. Peer of Charlemagne's court : PALADIN
9. Iota : SMIDGEN
10. City on the Saale : HALLE
11. French site of Roman ruins : ARLES
12. Pseudologist : LIAR
13. Use a shuttle : TAT
14. Chimerical : UNREAL
15. ___, Georgia; ___, Alaska : DOUGLASFAIRBANKS
16. Tigers' milieu : ASIA
17. See-through item : LENS
19. Noise, to Nero : SONUS
27. Hockey great and family : ORRS
28. Zilch : NONE
29. Glasgow's "___ of Iron" : VEIN
32. Wood for masts : POON
33. Trailer types : SEMIS
34. Dislodge : EVICT
35. ___, Missouri; ___, Texas : WASHINGTONIRVING
36. Tolkien creature : ENT
37. The vat man : DYER
38. Type of battery: Abbr. : STOR
39. Charles of the cards : GOREN
40. Gallic school : ECOLE
42. Knocked 'em dead : WOWED
43. Candlenuts : AMAS
44. W.W. II Air Force general : EAKER
45. Henbit or knawel : WEED
48. O'Flaherty's Gypo in "The Informer" : NOLAN
50. Bewildered : ATSEA
52. Frame of mind : HUMOR
53. Peele product : DRAMA
54. An element : BORON
55. Herr's evening : ABEND
56. Pickling brine : SOUSE
58. Hard nut to crack : POSER
60. Swimming stroke : CRAWL
62. Pará state capital, in Brazil : BELEM
63. Folklore figure : TROLL
64. ___-Unis : ETATS
65. City N of Kiev : GOMEL
66. Contravene : DENY
67. Inclusive abbr. : ETAL
68. Kind of thread : LISLE
69. Make a note : ENTER
71. Malayan gibbons : LARS
72. Gyre : SPIN
75. Make sport of : JAPE
77. Stepmother of Helle : INO
79. Moses of the movies : GUNN
80. China's ___ tree : EMPRESS
81. To laugh, in Le Havre : RIRE
82. ___ riot act (reprimand severely) : READTHE
83. Given to deviltry : ARCH
85. ___ Vallarta, Mexico : PUERTO
87. Ancient people of Britain : PICTS
89. Conductor Fausto ___ : CLEVA
90. Customarily : OFTEN
91. "Bubbles" of opera : SILLS
92. Defective: Comb. form : ATELO
93. ___ David : CAMP
94. "Typee" sequel : OMOO
95. Woody's boy : ARLO
96. Hannah Van Buren, née ___ : HOES
97. Robert of the reels : CULP
98. Moonfish : OPAH
99. Fuel variety : COKE
100. " . . . I ___ him, Horatio" : KNEW
102. Wax: Comb. form : CER

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