SPACE SAVER

New York Times, Sunday, February 7, 1988

Author:Ralph G. Beaman
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78, Avg Word Len: 5.19, Missing: { J Q X Z }
Open Squares: 112, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 10, XRef: 0, Spans: 3
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© 1988, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Arabic or Hindi meat cubes : KABAB
6. Humane org. : SPCA
10. Choler : WRATH
15. Gorgon : HAG
18. Seat of Fla.'s Marion County : OCALA
19. Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
20. Auras of glory : HALOES
22. Alfonso XIII's queen : ENA
23. Emptied : CLEANEDOUT
25. Slowly, to Solti : ADAGIO
26. Cousin of a prairie dog : RAT
27. Inquisition concern : HERESY
28. Thr(a/e)sh : FLAIL
30. Seat of Fla.'s Orange County : ORLANDO
32. Son of Gad : ERI
34. Salad leaf : CRESS
37. More aloof : ICIER
38. Spied at the deli? : PEEPEDATTHESPICEDHAMS
46. Calm : ALLAY
47. Lovely women : PERIS
48. Norway's patron saint : OLAFII
49. T.R.'s "blue" girl : ALICE
50. Disney film: 1982 : TRON
51. Inclined upward : ATILT
52. Condé or Thomas : NAST
56. Deal secondhand : RESELL
58. Borodin's "Prince ___" : IGOR
60. Th(e/o)se, in Thiers : CES
61. SW river or monster : GILA
62. Send a second invoice : REBILL
65. S. African author : PATON
67. E.R.A. booster : NOW
68. Child's actions or creations : ROASTSSAUCESANDBASTES
75. C.I.A.'s parent : OSS
76. Sme(e/w)'s distant relative : ANSER
77. Next to : BESIDE
78. Fetid : OLID
80. Monogram of the author of "Chéri" : SGC
81. Viscount's superior : EARL
83. Chinese porcelain : NANKIN
87. Singer Tennille : TONI
88. Asian weight units : TAELS
90. Nice egg : OEUF
93. Use for a r(e/i)ata : NOOSE
94. Comedienne MacRae : SHEILA
96. Instrument for Nero : PIANO
97. Certain Slav : CROAT
98. Sa(g/n)e saying : YOUCANNOTENSUREHEALTH
103. Roman year : ANNUS
104. Doctrine : TENET
105. Dos Passos trilogy : USA
106. Consecrates : BLESSES
109. Actions in Flynn films : DUELS
111. Cornell's home : ITHACA
117. Twice : BIS
118. Old auto or carriage : LANDAU
121. He gets even : RETALIATOR
123. Reference bk. : ENC
124. Everlasting, in poesy : ETERNE
125. At any time : EVER
126. Kind of cheese or soda : CREAM
127. Ransom's car : REO
128. T. Geisel's middle name : SEUSS
129. Took a ca(b/r) : RODE
130. Carved slab : STELA
1. He wrote "Mayor" : KOCH
2. Ironwood : ACLE
3. Boxer-actor Max : BAER
4. Pair on an angelus : ALAE
5. Prohibits : BANS
6. But, to Caesar : SED
7. He gains : PROFITER
8. Netty cap or hat : CAUL
9. (M/W)elding : ATTACHING
10. Cachalots, e.g. : WHALES
11. Half a diam. : RAD
12. In the style of : ALA
13. Lomé is its capital : TOGO
14. Legatee : HEIR
15. Rupture : HERNIA
16. Garland : ANADEM
17. Bulldogs' rivals : GATORS
21. Old Roman gold coins : SOLIDI
24. Viewed : EYED
29. Angers : IRES
31. S(p/t)rain result : ACHING
33. Spellbound : RAPT
35. Company niche : SPOT
36. Kind of rubber : SILICONE
38. Carson predecessor : PAAR
39. Model Macpherson : ELLE
40. Cantabs' rivals : ELIS
41. Some standardbreds : PACERS
42. Grommet : EYELET
43. "___ and Cressida" : TROILUS
44. Ovid's first monthly date : CALENDS
45. Tritons : EFTS
51. Armenian river : ARAS
53. "___ She Sweet?" : AINT
54. Blackthorn : SLOE
55. Shooters : TAWS
57. Parts of tns. : LBS
59. "Euridice" is one : OPERA
63. "Our sufferance ___ to them": Shak. : ISAGAIN
64. Arthurian lover : LANCELOT
66. Striking scene : TABLEAU
68. Stadium action : ROOT
69. Christiania, later : OSLO
70. A ___ Able : ASIN
71. Cratchit has two : CEES
72. Rhyme for sin : BIN
73. "Ten Cents ___," 1930 song : ADANCE
74. Lady of Spain : SENORA
79. Item thrown in Olympic games : DISCUS
80. British carbine : STEN
82. Noisy celebrant : ROISTERER
84. ___ and the Gang (rockers) : KOOL
85. "The wolf ___ the door!": Gilman : ISAT
86. Eur. country : NETH
89. Behind schedule : LATE
91. Not yet deteriorated, as iron : UNRUSTED
92. Burr and Hamilton : FOES
95. Disorderly dispute : HASSLE
96. Auto tire: Fr. : PNEU
98. Chatter, in Queensland : YABBER
99. Terminal-to-computer : ONLINE
100. World org. since '46 : UNESCO
101. Provides : ENDUES
102. Cry, in a way : HAIL
107. Beanery sign : EATS
108. Koko's weapon : SNEE
110. Counterclockwise : LEVO
112. Muscular contractions : TICS
113. Hind's mate : HART
114. To ___ (precisely) : ATEE
115. Coke's source : COAL
116. Romance weapon : ARMA
119. Actress Joanne : DRU
120. Part of Q. and A. : ANS
122. "We ___ the World" : ARE

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