NAME GAME

New York Times, Sunday, April 16, 1989

Author: Wilson McBeath
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 82, Avg Word Len: 5.20, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 510 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 100, Cheaters: 16, FITB: 3, XRef: 2
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© 1989, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Salami purveyor : DELI
5. Provoked : IRATE
10. Ledge : SHELF
15. Poznán natives : POLES
16. Sound-shield screens : GOBOS
17. Parents : REARERS
19. Paar's light? : JACKOLANTERN
21. Supplication : ENTREATY
23. Diminutive suffix : ETTE
24. "There runs ___ by Merrow Down": Kipling : AROAD
25. Begrudges : ENVIES
27. Educational org. : NEA
28. Musical adaptation: Abbr. : ARR
29. Don Adams TV role : SMART
30. Rubens's medium : OILS
31. Kind of flint : SKIN
32. Tumult : NOISE
34. Wreaths : LEIS
36. African fox : ASSE
37. Cheat : STING
38. Speech sound : SONANT
40. Well-groomed : SOIGNEE
42. Chinese city on the Wei : SIAN
43. Hold for Ozzie? : NELSON
45. Himalayan ointments : NARDS
46. Optical network : RETICLE
49. Bergonzi, for one : TENOR
51. Short song : LAY
52. Pertaining to the fibula : PERONEAL
53. Harry's spouse : BESS
56. Kind of electricity : STATIC
58. Soprano Frances: 1883-1952 : ALDA
59. Cozy : SNUG
60. Type of suit : LAW
61. Color of Faye's dress? : ALICEBLUE
63. ___ Lanka : SRI
64. Hector's protector : ARES
66. Talented : ABLE
67. Fitted together : NESTED
69. Orson or lima : BEAN
70. In a somnolent way : SLEEPILY
72. Intimidate : COW
73. Metropolis on the Missouri : OMAHA
75. Platform : ESTRADE
76. Bristles : SETAE
78. The Finnish language : SUOMIC
81. Boggs of baseball : WADE
82. Contemporary persons : MODERNS
84. Hope's feline? : BOBCAT
86. Twigs for grafting : SLIPS
88. Foal's dad : SIRE
89. Descry : ESPY
91. Michelangelo masterpiece : PIETA
92. Fence picket : PALE
93. Wallace's transmitting device? : MIKE
94. Obtuse : CRASS
96. TV network north of the U.S.A. : CBC
97. Afflict : AIL
98. Aggregates : TOTALS
100. Young pheasant : POULT
101. Lorain's lake : ERIE
102. Hairlike : TRICHOID
104. Einstein's frock coat? : PRINCEALBERT
107. City ESE of Napoli : SALERNO
108. Snow leopard : OUNCE
109. Electrical unit of capacitance : FARAD
110. Excavations : MINES
111. Places for casquettes : TETES
112. Out of : FROM
1. Precept : DOCTRINE
2. Actress Sommer : ELKE
3. Pope who was lionized? : LEO
4. Imam's faith : ISLAM
5. Slights : IGNORES
6. Pool game : ROTATION
7. Retired : ABED
8. Rocky pinnacle : TOR
9. Feudal thrall : ESNE
10. Mentally infirm : SENILE
11. Execrates : HATES
12. Strays : ERRS
13. Majors or Marvin : LEE
14. Olibanum for Sinatra? : FRANKINCENSE
15. Colonial Dutch landowner : PATROON
17. Emend : REVISE
18. Mug for Gertrude? : STEIN
19. Actress Seberg's slacks? : JEANS
20. Inland sea : ARAL
22. Yin's partner : YANG
26. These are often counted : NOSES
29. Feeling, e.g. : SENSE
31. Sullies : STAINS
33. Condiments : SALTS
35. Pertaining to rocks rich in silica : SIALIC
36. Handy one : ANDY
37. Food: Comb. form : SITO
39. Great quantity : TONS
41. Musical embellishment for 93 Down? : GRACENOTE
42. Evening, in Milano : SERA
44. Celebrated or celebrity : NOTABLE
46. Buys back : REDEEMS
47. Writer Hobson : LAURA
48. City near Chicago : ELGIN
50. Auto race : RALLY
52. Planet for a canine? : PLUTO
53. Bored : BLASE
54. Spouses of British countesses : EARLS
55. Dulcet Tell? : SWEETWILLIAM
57. Dye's partner : TIE
58. Hirt and Pacino : ALS
62. Take care : BEWARE
65. Mexican shawl : SERAPE
66. Vice principal : AIDE
68. Smear : DAUB
69. Salten book : BAMBI
71. Tablets : PADS
72. Yield, as land : CEDE
74. Appurtenances for dunking : HOOPS
76. Famed French historian: 1842-1906 : SOREL
77. Hide securely : ENSCONCE
79. Parfait ingredient : ICECREAM
80. ___ seat (enviable position) : CATBIRD
82. A steam locomotive : MIKADO
83. Certain evergreen trees : SPRUCES
85. Be silent, to Solti : TACET
86. Short gaiter : SPAT
87. Dens : LAIRS
88. Workers' job actions : SITINS
90. Lock of a type : YALE
93. Soprano in "One Night of Love" : MOORE
95. Rod : STAFF
98. A partner of there : THEN
99. Announcement of a kind : SPOT
100. Liquid measure : PINT
101. Zaragoza's river : EBRO
103. Cato's 151 : CLI
105. Regret : RUE
106. Household spirit : LAR

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