Jim Page
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SEEING DOUBLE

New York Times, Sunday, December 10, 1989

Author:Jim Page
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 136, Blocks: 76, Avg Word Len: 5.37, Missing: { J Q Y Z }, Scrabble score: 504 (avg 1.38)
Open Squares: 94, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 13, XRef: 0
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© 1989, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Olympics site: 1960 : ROME
5. Coolidge from Nashville : RITA
9. Casca thrust : STAB
13. Boast : CROW
17. He debuted in "The Sundowners" : ELAM
18. ___ de Caldas, Brazilian resort : POCOS
19. Taurus neighbor : ARIES
21. Kind of trumpet : AIDA
22. Golfer Miller's dance is held in shaver's place? : BARBERSHOP
24. Bolshoi's "Sleeping Beauty" looks fishy? : REDSNAPPER
26. Irish river : ANNALEE
27. Ibsen's "___ Gabler" : HEDDA
29. More jittery : TENSER
30. Kind of bike : DIRT
31. Rare object, sometimes : TBONE
33. Customer : CLIENT
35. Group of eight : OCTET
37. Threadlike : FILAR
39. Shrine Bowl teams : EASTS
43. Timid : UNHEROIC
47. Coe or Cram : MILER
48. Prof's protection : TENURE
49. Nerve cell : NEURON
50. Taken ___ (surprised) : ABACK
52. Age; time: It. : EVO
54. Numbers after Richard : III
55. Livestock : OXEN
56. Sun-rooms : SOLARIA
58. Sometimes they're shady : DEALINGS
61. Oxford's emporium is hip? : STREETSMART
63. Stocks, bonds, etc. : HOLDINGS
64. Flesh: Comb. form : SARC
65. Bull thrower : LASSO
67. Simple sugars : OSES
68. Gets off the Yankee Clipper : DETRAINS
71. Goober's cover causes misery for comics kids? : PEANUTSHELL
76. Jackie's first child : CAROLINE
77. A 1984 running mate : FERRARO
78. Hatred: It. : ODIO
79. Eggs, to Ovid : OVA
80. Town in Norway : NES
81. Journalize : ENTER
82. Henley action : OARING
84. Galileo et al. : PISANS
87. Slew : SCADS
89. Miniature ornamental structure : WALLETTE
91. Cubic meter : STERE
92. TV actress Garber : TERRI
93. They sing so low : BASSI
94. "Peyton Place" star : MALONE
96. Yuletides : NOELS
98. Alum : GRAD
102. Harum-___ : SCARUM
104. Heroine of "The Thornbirds" : MEGAN
106. Aisle-seat finder : USHERER
109. Collection of Turners comes down on Ann and May? : LANDSCAPES
111. Awed by leading man's pickup? : STARSTRUCK
113. "___ boy!" : ATTA
114. Chopin work : ETUDE
115. Flat sign : TOLET
116. "The mind is like ___": Wilbur : ABAT
117. Actress in "Berserk" : DORS
118. Humdinger : ONER
119. Prune: Scot. : SNED
120. Dozes off : NAPS
1. Midianite king : REBA
2. Baltic island : OLAND
3. Singer Nixon : MARNI
4. Lock up : EMBAR
5. Composer Francesco Antonio ___ : ROSETTI
6. I, in Bonn : ICH
7. "___ to Handle," 1938 film : TOOHOT
8. Ski resort : ASPEN
9. Orange-red quartz : SARD
10. Contrived sentimentality : TREACLE
11. Lend a hand : AID
12. Excite : BESTIR
13. Anchor holster : CAPSTAN
14. Mature : RIPE
15. ___-Neisse Line : ODER
16. Shelley's "statesman's game" : WAR
18. Before: Prefix : PRE
20. Koko's weapon : SNEE
23. Manolete's concern : ELTORO
25. Hugo's "L'___ terrible" : ANNEE
28. Borrowed-money outlay causes imminent shortages? : DEFICITSPENDING
32. Tranquilize : BECALM
34. Site of Fort McIntosh : LAREDO
36. Shackles are put on chain gangs? : CONSTRAINS
38. Actress-writer Chase : ILKA
40. Litigant's activity : SUING
41. Wedges for wheels : TRIGS
42. White-spotted whales : SEIS
43. Some: Sp. : UNOS
44. Call at a deli counter : NEXT
45. Dr. ___, "Buck Rogers" scientist : HUER
46. Don Pasquale's nephew : ERNESTO
47. Sudan's ___ Mountains : MARRA
48. Contemptible person's implements nurture fungi? : TOADSTOOLS
51. False gods : BAALS
53. Hat material : VELOUR
57. Of a songbird suborder : OSCINE
59. Prevaricates : LIES
60. Kind of current : INSHORE
62. Viscount's superior : EARL
63. R.A.F. promoter : HOARE
66. Some Spanish murals : SERTS
68. Cargo lifter : DAVIT
69. Clean the slate : ERASE
70. A Ford aide : NESSEN
72. Tusked whale : NARWAL
73. Cut from a film : EDIT
74. Scourge of serge : LINT
75. Theater section : LOGE
76. Friday et al. : COPS
77. Trepidation : FEAR
83. Get off one's high horse? : ALIGHT
85. Large tank forces : ARMADAS
86. Draws closer : NEARS
88. ___ cassis (a liqueur) : CREMEDE
90. Beyond doubt : ASSURED
92. Madrilène flavoring : TOMATO
93. "Homestead" artist : BENTON
95. "Stuffed Shirts" author : LUCE
97. Malt-drying ovens : OASTS
99. Aired "The Honeymooners" : RERAN
100. It's west of Curaçao : ARUBA
101. Open a bottle : DECAP
102. P.M. of Japan: 1964-72 : SATO
103. Jar or box: Abbr. : CNTR
105. Danish weights : ESER
107. Fast jet : SST
108. NASA space capsules : RKTS
109. Terhune canine : LAD
110. Calembour : PUN
112. Wassail drink : ALE

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