DRAMALGAMATIONS

New York Times, Sunday, March 28, 1982

Author:Tom Mixon
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 74, Avg Word Len: 5.32, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 515 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 133, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 17, XRef: 0
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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Breaches : GAPS
5. Office corr. : MEMOS
10. Network : MESH
14. Covenants : PACTS
19. Neglect : OMIT
20. Duck : EVADE
21. Raines from Washington : ELLA
22. City on the Missouri : OMAHA
23. Weber opera introducing the Chief : OBERONALDREAGAN
26. Tropical plants : TAROS
27. Previous : FOREGONE
28. TV statistic : RATING
29. Organic compounds : ENOLS
30. Theatrical scenery : SETS
31. Boresome : TIRING
32. ___ time (soon enough) : INDUE
33. Kind of drama : CLOSET
36. Minos' kingdom : CRETE
37. Quechuans : INCAS
38. ___ up (fake it) : HOKE
39. 1966 musical backed by a star from Cincinnati : IDOIDORISDAY
43. Wright wing : ELL
46. ___ Reekie (Edinburgh) : AULD
47. King Arthur's lance : RON
48. ___ me tangere : NOLI
49. Add to the scrapbook : GLUE
50. Org. in Eden's sitcom : PTA
51. Star of the 50's is linked with a musical : EVITABHUNTER
56. Winter sight : RIME
57. "___ Lyricae," Watts hymn : HORAE
59. These may form a fork : LANES
60. Put in stitches : SEWED
61. Wherewithal for some Dutch treats : FLORINS
63. Indian lute : SITAR
64. Canes; switches : RATTANS
66. Gabriel or Hruska : ROMAN
67. Legal help : AIDER
68. "It's ___!" : ADEAL
69. Ellipse : OVAL
70. Bellini opera taken in by Lucille Langhanke : NORMARYASTOR
74. Where Frankenstein wkd. : LAB
77. Sun. talks : SERS
78. River to Cairo : OHIO
79. Lalo's "Le ___ d'Ys" : ROI
80. They followed that star : MAGI
81. Assay : TRY
82. Verdi opera in collaboration with U.S. dramatist : ERNANITALOOS
87. Top job in a bakery : ICER
88. Puccini hero : MARIO
90. "Les Meules" painter : MONET
91. ___ out (spiritless) : WASHED
93. Majorca's capital : PALMA
94. Where fans buzz : STANDS
96. Judgment seat : BANC
97. Nice interjection : MERCI
98. Loewe output : SCORES
99. Fit for classifying : SORTABLE
103. Jacket plated with steel : ACTON
104. B'way flier linked with dancer-singer : PETERPANNMILLER
106. Like an ingenue : NAIVE
107. Med. subject : ANAT
108. Expiate : ATONE
109. Bonnie bairn : LASS
110. Jackson and Bancroft : ANNES
111. Bros., e.g. : RELS
112. Less stale : NEWER
113. Editor's signal : STET
1. Boner : GOOF
2. Early pulpit : AMBO
3. "On the Waterfront" site : PIER
4. Accented : STRESSED
5. "Labyrinth" composer : MENOTTI
6. Dale from Uvalde : EVANS
7. "The ___ Animal" : MALE
8. "___ Man Out" : ODD
9. Compact : SERRIED
10. Like a more dramatic role : MEATIER
11. ___ marbles : ELGIN
12. Terms like "show biz" : SLANG
13. Attach backdrops : HANG
14. Force : POTENCY
15. T. Williams character : AMANDA
16. 1945 hit with Brooklyn-born star : CAROUSELIWALLACH
17. Pin in a gunwale : THOLE
18. Soprano Silvia : SASS
24. Cyma recta : OGEE
25. Give ___ (heed) : EARTO
31. Vitro di ___ (Venetian glass) : TRINA
32. Suspended : INAIR
33. Fellow : CHAP
34. Chawbacon : LOUT
35. Lone Star star latches onto a 1943 hit : OKLAHOMARYMARTIN
36. Scoter : COOT
37. Slothful : IDLE
40. Removes humidity : DRIES
41. Of the mind : INNER
42. They fail to pass the bar : SOTS
44. Light-flow measure : LUMEN
45. City on the Aire : LEEDS
49. First name of a superstar : GRETA
51. O'Casey's land : ERIN
52. Heflin or Johnson : VAN
53. Algerian city : BLIDA
54. Misanthrope : HATER
55. Having but one component : UNARY
58. Some tests : ORALS
60. Suffix with song or road : STER
61. David, Robert or Jack : FROST
62. Troilus or Orlando : LOVER
63. Popular playwright : SIMON
64. Fixed relation : RATIO
65. Annie of musical fame : ADO
67. Piece for Price : ARIA
70. Water wheel : NORIA
71. Words of disappointment : OHNO
72. Medieval French kingdom : ARLES
73. Grime : SOOT
75. Pulitzer Prize author: 1958 : AGEE
76. Celtics' star : BIRD
80. Names incorrectly : MISCALLS
82. Stoats : ERMINES
83. Turkish inns : IMARETS
84. Artist's material : TONER
85. Spick ___ : ANDSPAN
86. Bee, e.g. : SWARMER
89. Niche : ALCOVE
92. Opposer : ANTI
93. Large hickory : PECAN
94. Prospect : SCENE
95. Complete : TOTAL
96. ___ bouche (tidbit) : BONNE
97. "Give a ___ horse . . . " : MANA
98. Rigging support : SPAR
99. C. P. or Phoebe : SNOW
100. Cry like a sheep : BLAT
101. ___-majesté : LESE
102. Once, once : ERST
105. Spenserian hag : ATE

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