SPLIT PERSONALITIES

New York Times, Sunday, April 12, 1981

Author:Elaine D. Schorr
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 76, Avg Word Len: 5.29, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 543 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 129, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 13, XRef: 0
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© 1981, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Sickle holder : HAFT
5. ___ barrel (helpless) : OVERA
10. Deliquesce : MELT
14. Major port of Iraq : BASRA
19. ___ of Man : ISLE
20. Lady with a lure : SIREN
21. One of the Adamses : EDIE
22. ___- les-Bains : EVIAN
23. Jefferson Davis : THOMASANDANGELA
26. Ancient rabbi of Palestine : TANNA
27. Pamphleteer of '76 : PAINE
28. Argillaceous : LOAMY
29. Farm fledglings : CHICKS
30. Stuck : ADHERED
33. Gate in Gallipoli : PORTA
34. "___ We Dance?" : SHALL
35. Farm-machine pioneer : DEERE
36. Exchange premium : AGIO
37. Chateau roof style : MANSARD
40. Facial woe : ACNE
41. Lee Grant : PEGGYANDCARY
46. Gambling tab : IOU
47. Pharmaceutical ingredient : NARD
48. Horne highlight : ARIA
49. Kiln for curing tobacco : OAST
50. Soviet sea : ARAL
51. "___ Wednesday," 1966 film : ANY
52. Marg(a)ret Mitchell : ANNANDMARTHA
56. Berlin divider : WALL
57. Gauguin's paradise : TAHITI
59. Man's slipper or shoe : ROMEO
60. Give and take : BANDY
61. Care taker : NURSE
62. Ruins : BANES
63. Potsherd : SHARD
65. Spoil, as an egg : ADDLE
67. West ___, in New Guinea : IRIAN
68. Controlled oneself : HELDIN
70. Calcutta chief : RAJA
71. Carroll O'Connor : PATANDDONALD
75. Ring V.I.P. : REF
77. Son of Seth : ENOS
78. Actress Virna : LISI
79. Gay deceiver : RAKE
80. "The ___ that men do . . . " : EVIL
81. Biblical verb suffix : ETH
82. Elliott Gould : SAMANDMORTON
86. Carpentry tool : VISE
87. Toothed : DENTATE
89. Noblewoman of Lahore : RANI
90. Rector's residence : MANSE
91. Nick of films : NOLTE
92. Rustic roads : LANES
93. Tarzan was one : SWINGER
95. "___ of Honey" : ATASTE
97. Notational sign in music : SEGNO
98. Byrd book : ALONE
99. ___ macabre : DANSE
100. Wayne Newton : JOHNANDSIRISAAC
105. Kitchen utensil : DICER
106. Dies ___ : IRAE
107. Monkeyshine : TRICK
108. One of Calliope's sisters : CLIO
109. Inexorable : STERN
110. Trading center : MART
111. Kiangs : ASSES
112. Sailor's saint : ELMO
1. Ten-strike : HIT
2. Combustion follower : ASH
3. Polly Holliday role on TV : FLO
4. Moderated : TEMPERED
5. Actor Davis : OSSIE
6. Comestible unit : VIAND
7. River in Ireland : ERNE
8. Embarrassed : RED
9. Parallelism : ANALOGY
10. Powerful explosive force : MEGATON
11. Tomato blight : EDEMA
12. Turk's cap : LILY
13. Caddy's contents : TEA
14. Where Jesus revived Lazarus : BETHANY
15. Is utile : AVAILS
16. Lewis Stone : SINCLAIRANDIRVING
17. Flagrant : RANK
18. Collections of quotations : ANAS
24. River to the Rhine : AARE
25. Irrigation device : NORIA
29. Magna ___ : CHARTA
30. Turkish city on the Seyhan : ADANA
31. Pour port painstakingly : DECANT
32. James Garner : HENRYANDJOHNNANCE
33. Allotheist : PAGAN
34. Atomize : SMASH
38. Explorer Amundsen : ROALD
39. Sans spirit : DULLY
41. Breeches and britches : PANTS
42. Pyle or Banks : ERNIE
43. "Yes!" in Roma : GIA
44. Walleyed pikes : DORES
45. Roman Censor : CATO
50. D.S.O. or D.S.C. : AWARD
52. Leeds's river : AIRE
53. Deplete : DRAIN
54. Protozoan, e.g. : MONAD
55. Set to rights : AMEND
58. Polynesian dances : HULAS
60. Acomous : BALD
62. Quiz kid, e.g. : BRAIN
63. Military headwear : SHAKO
64. Leda's daughter : HELEN
65. Slender as ___ : AREED
66. First name of Rossetti : DANTE
67. "___ deal!" : ITSA
69. Oder feeder : NEISSE
71. City in S.D. : PLATTE
72. McPherson : AIMEE
73. Root used in cosmetics : ORRIS
74. King Cole : NAT
76. Pooh-pooh : FLEER
80. Fade from sight : EVANESCE
82. Where brine is refined : SALTERN
83. Jack Webb's web : DRAGNET
84. Windfall : MANNA
85. City on the Susquehanna : ONEONTA
88. Quoits player : TOSSER
90. Mary Quant style : MINI
92. Operetta composer : LEHAR
93. Portion : SLICE
94. Functions properly : WORKS
95. Says more : ADDS
96. Australian honey possum : TAIT
97. Rail with a tail : SORA
98. Bargain-basement sign : ASIS
100. Backus or Bowie : JIM
101. A.M.A. members : DRS
102. Kit and caboodle : ALL
103. Target-practice order : AIM
104. Cote cry : COO

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