URBAN DEVELOPMENTS

New York Times, Sunday, April 20, 1986

Author:John Dreyer
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 78, Avg Word Len: 5.26, Missing: { F J Q X }, Scrabble score: 572 (avg 1.58)
Open Squares: 111, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 6, XRef: 0
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© 1986, The New York Times
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1. Lowest high tide : NEAP
5. Head-covering membranes : CAULS
10. Grappa's cousin : MARC
14. "¿Cómo ___ usted?" : ESTA
18. Site of Napoleon's first exile : ELBA
19. Author Douglas : ELLEN
20. Flounces : PEPLA
21. Penurious : MEAN
22. London : AMERICANNOVELIST
25. Gasp : PANT
26. Endurance : STAMINA
27. Laborer's recompense : WAGES
28. Wedges : CHOCKS
30. OPEC measures : BBLS
31. City SE of Dunkerque : LILLE
32. Bake eggs : SHIRR
33. Triangular walls : GABLES
36. The Jumblies' craft : SIEVE
37. Extraordinary : SPECIAL
39. Slipped a cog : ERRED
40. Amsterdam, once : TVREGULAR
42. Sale condition : ASIS
44. Birthplace of Anacreon : TEOS
45. Pinocchio, at times : LIAR
47. Turf : SOD
48. Second part of a snicker : HEE
49. Figure in "The Faerie Queene" : UNA
50. Warsaw : LARGEGROUPER
55. An officer below a lt. : MSGT
56. Close, as a building : PADLOCK
58. Hustle : HURRY
59. Provides : ENDUES
61. Covets : WANTS
62. Neighbor of Mindoro : PANAY
63. Pierre's possessions : AVOIR
64. Congo tributary : UBANGI
66. Manila's island : LUZON
67. Jurors' considerations : MOTIVES
70. First Secretary of Transportation : BOYD
71. Rome : COOKINGAPPLE
75. Stein work: 1941 : IDA
76. Lifework: Abbr. : OCC
77. Hwy. vehicle : TRK
78. Was worsted : LOST
79. It lives after us : EVIL
80. Cpls., e.g. : NCOS
82. Paris : PRIAMSSON
86. Francesca's lover : PAOLO
87. African antelopes : IMPALAS
89. " . . . ___ away!" : UPAND
90. Calvin's predecessor : WARREN
91. Type sizes : PICAS
92. Part of a doorframe : STILE
93. Belted : GIRT
94. Puzzling : KNOTTY
96. Valuable violin : AMATI
97. First khan : GENGHIS
100. Tweed's twitter : NAST
101. Glasgow : PULITZERRECEIVER
105. Sign-language pioneer : EPEE
106. Kin on Mom's side : ENATE
107. Part of a springe : NOOSE
108. Loch in Scotland : EARN
109. Baron De La ___ : WARR
110. Outstanding feature of Cyrano : NOSE
111. Blake's beast : TIGER
112. Parts of a hull : RIBS
1. Teachers' org. : NEA
2. Guernsey and Jersey : ELMS
3. Incite : ABET
4. Tales containing morals : PARABLES
5. Rhodes and De Mille : CECILS
6. Ladd and Bates : ALANS
7. It's connected to the humerus : ULNA
8. Dawson of football fame : LEN
9. Purer : SNOWIER
10. Rowdydow : MELEE
11. Sacred bull of Egypt : APIS
12. Monogram for Blind Pew's creator : RLS
13. Bench was one : CATCHER
14. Large stores : EMPORIA
15. Stockholm : SEACRASHSURVIVOR
16. Sherman or Grant : TANK
17. Formicary denizens : ANTS
20. Stuyvesant was one : PEGLEG
23. Set firmly : IMBED
24. Part of a trumpet : VALVE
29. ___ jacet (part of an epitaph) : HIC
31. Franc's predecessor : LIVRE
32. Hammett's detective : SPADE
33. Costume : GETUP
34. Montreal's Forum, for one : ARENA
35. Berlin : BROADWAYCOMPOSER
36. Unescorted : STAG
37. Like Jay Peak : SLOPY
38. City on the Meuse : LIEGE
41. Shylock's practice : USURY
43. Parts of some matches : SETS
45. Obtained from milk : LACTIC
46. Bothers : IRKS
50. The Kingfish : LONG
51. Moslem hero : GHAZI
52. Talk continuously : RUNON
53. Borneo anthropoid : ORANG
54. Emulate the Jacobins : REVOLT
55. When Columbus made his last voyage : MDII
57. End up : LAND
60. Hemidemisemiquaver, e.g. : NOTE
62. First-rate, to Kipling : PUKKA
63. Elec. units : AMPS
64. ___ Ratchathani, Thai province : UBON
65. Italian lawn game : BOCCI
66. Lemur called bashful Billy : LORIS
68. Cato was one : EDILE
69. Arty party : SALON
72. ___ mujeres (other women): Sp. : OTRAS
73. Deserted : ALONE
74. Walden, for example : POND
79. More natural : EARTHIER
81. Outlawed pitch : SPITTER
82. Nursery item : PLAYPEN
83. Metamorphose : MUTATE
84. Olympic hero: 1972 : SPITZ
85. Prominent : SALIENT
86. Apply plaster : PARGE
88. Mann is one : ACT
90. One in pain : WINCER
92. Hit hard : SMITE
93. Graylags : GEESE
94. Was aware : KNEW
95. City near Sacramento : NAPA
96. Exclamation of regret : ALAS
97. British tar's quaff : GROG
98. River in Brazil : IVAI
99. Balkan citizen : SERB
102. One, to Juan : UNO
103. Louis XIV or XV : ROI
104. Hosp. personnel : RNS

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