WANT TIBET? PERUVE IT!

New York Times, Sunday, February 3, 1991

Author: Jeanne Wilson
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 72, Avg Word Len: 5.20, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 548 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 119, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 14, XRef: 3, Spans: 2
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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. A 1977 movie : ORCA
5. "Batman," e.g. : CAMP
9. "But war's ___ . . . ": Cowper : AGAME
14. Pollution problem : SMOG
18. Chums : PALS
19. Shirley Temple's first : AGAR
20. Thin layer : LAMINA
22. Famed hill near Dublin : TARA
23. Fusses : ADOS
24. Custer's last major : RENO
25. "The guests ___ . . . ": Coleridge : AREMET
26. Time periods : ERAS
27. With 65 Across, source of 40 and 87 Across : LINESFROM
29. ___ B'rith : BNAI
30. Rolling stock : TRAINS
32. Nap, in Nayarit : SIESTA
33. Sell or tell : RETAIL
35. Science that's on the rocks : GEOLOGY
36. Ticked off : SORE
38. ___ de plume (pen names) : NOMS
39. Writer Calderon : ERMA
40. Start of a quotation : THEONELLAMAHESAPRIEST
49. Inductance unit : HENRY
50. White bubbles : SUDS
51. Covenant : PACT
52. Greek peak : OSSA
53. College studies : ARTS
54. Blame bearer in a song : MAME
55. Occur as a consequence : ENSUE
57. Understood : KNOWN
58. Also : TOO
59. Facility : EASE
60. Singer Laine : CLEO
61. Schism : SPLIT
63. Imagoes : ADULTS
65. See 27 Across : THELAMA
68. Set back : RECESS
71. Family of Portnoy's creator : ROTHS
73. City south of Moscow : OREL
74. Graf ___ : SPEE
76. Caviar : ROE
77. Mold : SHAPE
79. Expert : MAVEN
81. Salutation of a sort : SIRS
82. Meerschaum : PIPE
83. All atwitter : GAGA
84. Dock support : PILE
85. A-F links : BCDE
86. First: Comb. form : ARCHI
87. End of the quotation : THETWOLLLAMAHESABEAST
92. Wallet stuffers : ONES
93. She may wear a chador : RANI
94. Munsters' pet : SPOT
95. Divulges : IMPARTS
99. Order from Hunter : FREEZE
101. Kind of license : POETIC
105. He wrote "I Marry You" : CIARDI
106. Dish for a king? : SLAW
107. Author of the quotation : OGDENNASH
109. Indigo : ANIL
110. Obscure : ARCANE
112. Belém, Brazil : PARA
113. Dagger of yore : SNEE
114. Canonical hour : NONE
115. Tso-lin of Manchuria and family : CHANGS
116. Balm : ODOR
117. To be, to Bernadette : ETRE
118. ___ bien! : TRES
119. Beginning : ONSET
120. Canapés : DIPS
121. Be zetetic : SEEK
1. Girasols : OPALS
2. Spokes : RADII
3. Complete copy : CLONE
4. Tax men : ASSESSORS
5. Token, sometimes : CARFARE
6. "Happy Days Are Here Again" composer : AGER
7. Landed estate : MANOR
8. Call at a barn dance : PROMENADE
9. Country-rock group : ALABAMA
10. Parsley, e.g. : GARNISH
11. What one swallow doesn't make : AMEAL
12. La Bohème : MIMI
13. Chem. ending : ENE
14. Bargain : STEAL
15. Cuomo or Lanza : MARIO
16. Chimp's cousin : ORANG
17. Like long-winded orators : GASSY
21. Essay : ATTEMPT
28. Pitiless : STONY
31. Simba's sound : ROAR
34. Seaver and Sneva : TOMS
35. Attendants on Aphrodite : GRACES
37. "___ Dream": Wagner : ELSAS
39. Uncle of Joseph : ESAU
40. "They went ___ way" : THATA
41. King of Judea : HEROD
42. Celebrity's following : ENTOURAGE
43. "Dog Day Afternoon" director : LUMET
44. ___ Downs : EPSOM
45. Column style : IONIC
46. Recondite matters : ESOTERICA
47. Calais-to-Rouen dir. : SSW
48. Sunbather's goal : TAN
54. Hawkeye's unit : MASH
55. Barkin of films : ELLEN
56. Patricia of films : NEAL
57. "Fish Magic" painter : KLEE
59. Major chaser : ETTE
60. Parrot's mandible covering : CERE
62. G.H.W.B., e.g. : PRES
64. Steady Eddie of pitching fame : LOPAT
66. Home of the slave : HOVEL
67. Coward's "To Step ___" : ASIDE
69. Frosh teasers : SOPHS
70. Murrow's "___ Now" : SEEIT
72. Callahan-Roberts song : SMILES
75. Basketball defense : PRESS
77. Short noncom? : SGT
78. Cry of discovery : HAH
80. Start of a W.S. title : ALLS
81. Opossum shrimp : SCHIZOPOD
82. Shams : PRETENSES
84. Ottawa chief : PONTIAC
85. Poison : BANE
86. "Is life ___?" Gilbert : ABOON
88. "Mum's the ___": Cervantes : WORD
89. Settle : ARRANGE
90. Inflatable life jacket : MAEWEST
91. Seems : APPEARS
95. "___ Sleep," Odets play : ICANT
96. Under full legal age : MINOR
97. "Common Sense" author : PAINE
98. Van Gogh slept here : ARLES
99. Open, tartlike pastries : FLANS
100. Islands off Sicily : EGADI
102. Anne Sedgwick novel: 1911 : TANTE
103. Rhone feeder : ISERE
104. Nerve : CHEEK
106. Radar action : SCAN
108. Lozenge : DROP
111. Greek letter : RHO

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