MOVE OVER, MR. KEATS!

New York Times, Sunday, December 3, 1989

Author: Mary M. Murdoch
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { Q V X Y Z }, Scrabble score: 515 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 113, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 18, XRef: 1, Spans: 2
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© 1989, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Not up : ABED
5. Mich. city : FLINT
10. Shadow : TAIL
14. Dramatis personae : CAST
18. TV's Anderson : LONI
19. Bread : MOOLAH
20. Yes ___ (ultimatum words) : ORNO
21. Palo ___ : ALTO
22. Start of a verse : ONCEONCRETE
24. Resins : LACS
25. Certain wader : RAIL
26. Conceal, in a way : ENSHROUD
27. Verse: Part II : IBOUGHTABIRD
30. High peaks : ALPS
31. Chimney lining : SOOT
32. ___-Magnon : CRO
33. Plow part : SHARE
36. Fasten anew : RENAIL
38. Intoned : CHANTED
42. Hang fire : PEND
43. Urge : SPUR
45. "Burnt Norton" poet : TSELIOT
47. Widow of 37 Down : ONO
48. Siamese measure : RAI
49. Chanteuse Horne : LENA
50. Indian otter : NAIR
51. Amaze : STUN
52. Verse: Part III : ITSPRICEISOONDIDLEARN
59. End of a Pope title : THELOCK
60. Poi makings : TAROS
61. Salt tree : ATLEE
62. Ones, to Burns : ANES
63. Squelched : SATON
64. Bad reviews : PANS
66. Queue : BRAID
69. Gone up : RISEN
70. Humor : INDULGE
74. Verse: Part IV : WASNOTHIGHSOTHENIPAID
79. Bible book : AMOS
80. "Miss Thompson," on stage : RAIN
81. Pro ___ (proportionately) : RATA
82. Stat. for a slugger : RBI
83. Masefield heroine : NAN
84. Frenzied : BERSERK
87. Type of type, for short : ITAL
88. End of a loaf : HEEL
89. ___ Forest, scene of many battles : ARGONNE
91. Mournful tunes : DIRGES
93. Hustlers after rustlers : POSSE
94. Adipose : FAT
95. Fr. companies : CIES
96. Semaphores on a RR : SGLS
98. Verse: Part V : WHATIOWEDONA
104. Dash water about : SPLATTER
108. Shoshonean : HOPI
109. Archibald of the N.B.A. : NATE
110. End of verse : GRECIANERNE
112. Article : ITEM
113. Bismarck is its cap. : NDAK
114. Producer Hayward : LELAND
115. Viaud's pen name : LOTI
116. Ancient Asian : MEDE
117. Ballerina's leap : JETE
118. Redacts : EDITS
119. Tore : SPED
1. Lily plant : ALOE
2. Beethoven's birthplace : BONN
3. Ref. books : ENCS
4. Steadfast one : DIEHARD
5. Concentrate : FOCUS
6. Jim or Kitchener : LORD
7. ___ de France : ILE
8. Carry or Cat : NATION
9. "Don't rock ___!" : THEBOAT
10. Resin used in perfumes : TOLU
11. One of a Kipling trio : ARAG
12. Edge along : INCH
13. Sullivan song, with "The" : LOSTCHORD
14. Paper type : CARBON
15. Russian range : ALAI
16. Recipe direction : STIR
17. "Twice-___ Tales": Hawthorne : TOLD
19. L-Q connection : MNOP
23. Heraldic wreath : ORLE
28. Uplifting fellow? : OTIS
29. Smell ___ (be suspicious) : ARAT
31. Eastern inn : SERAI
33. Mast appendage : SPRIT
34. Erica : HEATH
35. Cordial flavoring : ANISE
36. Mystical mark : RUNE
37. One of the Fab Four : LENNON
38. Half of CCVI : CIII
39. Thoroughly wreck : TOTAL
40. Accustom : ENURE
41. "The Flea" poet : DONNE
43. Hook's opposite : SLICE
44. "___ Bad Boy" : PECKS
46. Youths : LADS
51. Prepares a sting : SETSUP
53. Carter country : PLAINS
54. Sonata part : RONDO
55. Put away : STASH
56. Titus, the conspirator : OATES
57. U. of Maine site : ORONO
58. Actress Elissa ___ : LANDI
63. Inked : SIGNED
64. Michelangelo work : PIETA
65. Record of a single year : ANNAL
66. African boss : BWANA
67. "___ of the Jungle," early TV show : RAMAR
68. "I Let ___ Go Out . . . " : ASONG
69. Journalist Jacob : RIIS
71. Penates' partners : LARES
72. Derides : GIBES
73. Roman magistrate : EDILE
75. Scene of a G.W. coup : TRENTONNJ
76. Noted loser : HARE
77. Essays : TRIES
78. Easter finery : HATS
84. ___ B'rith : BNAI
85. Puerto ___ : RICO
86. Dec. visitor : KRINGLE
88. Lodging places : HOSTELS
90. Start of a Wolfe title : OFTIME
92. Equipped : GEARED
93. Map out : PLAN
96. Makes yarn : SPINS
97. Kind of eye or hand : GLAD
98. Caprice : WHIM
99. Table d'___ : HOTE
100. Parroted : APED
101. General Hampton : WADE
102. Coup d'___ : ETAT
103. Astronaut Slayton : DEKE
104. Ella's forte : SCAT
105. De ___ (too much) : TROP
106. Chap, in Córdoba : ENTE
107. Wallace of the silents : REID
111. Yalie : ELI

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