HIGH JINKS

New York Times, Sunday, November 21, 1982

Author:Katherine Gould & Chris Remignanti
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 94, Avg Word Len: 4.96, Missing: { J Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 504 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 99, Cheaters: 20, FITB: 9, XRef: 0
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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Half dollar? : LAR
4. March 15 fish? : IDES
8. Letters for letter carriers : RFD
11. Hardy lass : TESS
15. Word before fours : PLUS
17. Z-z-z : SNORE
18. "___ de Lune": Debussy : CLAIR
20. Fence good for a laugh : HAHA
21. Tummy tightener : SASH
22. Festoon : ADORN
23. Beds for Leo and Elsa : LAIRS
24. Fingal's land : ERIN
25. Stanley's car : STEAMER
27. Somniferous fly : TSETSE
29. 1,000-days queen : ANNE
30. Maguey's kin : ALOE
31. Greeting of a sort : HIHO
32. Deadlock : IMPASSE
35. Read between the lines : THEREADLINES
39. Actor J. Carrol ___ : NAISH
40. Beaverish : EAGER
41. Fancy this : IDEA
42. Naples, to Mario : NAPOLI
45. This fits with fits : STARTS
47. Having I problems : SELFISH
51. " . . . ditties of ___": Keats : NOTONE
53. A star-ry Knight : TED
54. These have their bounds : LEAPS
56. Union collectors' items : DUES
58. Scent for Di : ODOUR
59. Houston "aspirin" server : RYAN
60. Brahmins' bash : SOIREE
62. Lesser civet : RASSE
63. Reb's govt. : CSA
65. Backwards and forwards : SDRAWROFDNA
69. Her mate is ruff : REE
70. Belle hops : BALLS
72. Banquet : REPAST
73. Father Time sound : TICK
75. Teed off : IRATE
76. Bills often passed : ONES
77. Grand follower : PIANO
79. It's "in one era and . . . " : FAD
82. Some human races : DASHES
84. Expires like Nathan's kin? : EXHALES
87. A little, in León : UNPOCO
89. Papers read on campus : THESES
91. Anagram for lire : RIEL
92. Famed tale-teller : GRIMM
93. High costs of leaving : FARES
95. Run-on sentence : SENTENCEEEEE
98. Rampart where el toro ambles? : BULWARK
100. Shot on the set : TAKE
101. Outspoken Rev. Roberts? : ORAL
102. Monkey not in the Louvre : MONA
103. Posers : MODELS
105. Strive to equal : EMULATE
108. Draft at a bar : SWIG
109. Stirring game? : POKER
110. Cradle rockers : MAMAS
112. Have a fling : TOSS
114. Colorful duck : TEAL
115. Tear-jerker : ONION
116. "___ with Me" : ABIDE
117. Riley's life : EASE
118. Chichi : ARTY
119. Salt's course : ESE
120. Phooey! : NUTS
121. Aurora's tears? : DEW
1. Disco disks : LPS
2. Shelley's "Shucks!" : ALAS
3. Oxidation's evidence : RUST
4. Undeniably : INDEED
5. What to show intruders : DOOR
6. Exhibit humanity : ERR
7. Figure on the watch : SENTINEL
8. This is in rain, not sun : RAISIN
9. "Let us spray" fellow : FIREMAN
10. No and J : DRS
11. A shot in the dark : THEASHOTDARK
12. Makes dough : EARNS
13. Rise's follower : SHINE
14. Playing with a full deck : SANE
16. Clip-joint actress? : SHEARER
17. Not a Lesser Island : SAMOA
18. Queenly monickers : CLEOS
19. Counterpart of long. : LAT
26. In nimble fashion : ALERTLY
28. Hood's quiverful : SHEAF
31. Stashes in caches : HIDES
33. Yaws (truly!) : PIAN
34. ___ as a church mouse : ASPOOR
35. Something to pass : TEST
36. Broun's "Pieces of ___" : HATE
37. Edwardian euphemism : EGAD
38. Talk like Fudd : LISP
43. Gooselike? : LOOSE
44. Operating : INUSE
46. Briny septet : SEAS
48. Kind of card : IDIOT
49. Swell coming ashore : SURF
50. Lend an auricle : HEED
52. Prior, to Prior : ERE
55. Man: Comb. form : ANDRO
57. Wagnerian heroine : SENTA
59. Rally round the flag : RALTHEFLAGLY
60. Type of buckle : SWASH
61. Some connections : ORS
63. Weight for Diamond Lil : CARAT
64. Cut prices : SLASH
66. Descartes : RENE
67. Zenith : APEX
68. Indigenous Japanese : AINU
70. Auction action : BID
71. Place for two : SEESAW
74. Jell : CONGEAL
77. Cal of the P.G.A. : PEETE
78. Key's little cousin : ISLE
79. Pâté de ___ gras : FOIE
80. Peak : ACME
81. Capitol topper : DOME
83. Loren's evening : SERA
85. Of a region : AREAL
86. Golfer in chains? : LINKSMAN
88. Bishop : PRELATE
90. Homilies : SERMONS
94. Chicago suburb : SKOKIE
95. Relentless virtuoso? : STERN
96. Their lives are in tents : NOMADS
97. Vessel on a vessel? : CRUSE
98. This may have boughs : BOWER
99. Eastern Christian : UNIAT
102. U.S.S.R. river : MSTA
104. ___ volente : DEO
105. Give off : EMIT
106. Hopper : TOAD
107. Being : ESSE
109. Writer, partly poetic : POE
111. Syrian sire : ABU
113. "As you ___, so shall you rip" : SEW

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