RAZZLE-DAZZLE

New York Times, Sunday, April 2, 1989

Author: Tom Mixon
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 68, Avg Word Len: 5.41, Missing: { F J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 527 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 127, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 10, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
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© 1989, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Ale ingredient : HOPS
5. Rostand or Rimbaud : POETE
10. As red as ___ : ABEET
15. Dingle : DALE
19. N.T. omission : APOC
20. Incite : EGGON
21. Choleric : IRATE
22. Footnote abbr. : IBID
23. Australia : SUTHERLANDSMOTHERLAND
27. Various : ASSORTED
28. Earthen pots : OLLAS
29. Sartre novel : NAUSEA
30. Burden : ONUS
31. Athanasian or Nicene : CREED
32. Argot : CANT
33. "Journey Into Fear" author : AMBLER
36. Musical upbeats : ARSES
37. Point ___, Calif. cape : ARGUELLO
41. Like whooping cranes : RARE
42. Tail-dragging nursery group : BOPEEPSSHEEP
45. "___ Heldenleben": Strauss : EIN
46. Experts : ONERS
48. Haggard queen : SHE
49. Dr. Seuss's "Hop on ___" : POP
50. Literary initials : GBS
51. "___ Certain Lady at Court": Pope : ONA
52. Innsbruck thrills: 1976 : HAMILLSCAMELS
59. Exist : ARE
60. Dessert wines : MADEIRAS
62. Speedily : APACE
63. American wildcat : OCELOT
65. Arty party : SALON
66. Yawning : AGAPE
67. Positioned for push-ups : PRONE
68. Photog's copies : REPROS
70. Coeur d'___, Idaho : ALENE
71. Scrutinies : PERUSALS
74. Like some dicts. : ABR
75. Bugliosi best seller : HELTERSKELTER
78. Haw's opposite : GEE
79. Baby of opera : DOE
80. Itinerary info : ARR
81. DX ÷ V : CII
82. Thesmothete : SOLON
84. Corolla petal : ALA
85. Chapeaux for writer Jean : GENETSBERETS
91. Hawk : VEND
92. Ouster; dislodgement : RIDDANCE
94. Maki or vari : LEMUR
95. Scholastic propositions : THESES
97. Rock attachment : ETTE
98. Checks cagily : CASES
99. Jetty : PIER
100. Mister, in Monza : SIGNOR
103. Yellowish green : CHLOR
104. Increase Mather was one : MORALIST
108. English actress's family treasures : CLAIREBLOOMSHEIRLOOMS
111. Aweather's opposite : ALEE
112. An eye opener : ALARM
113. Tubby : OBESE
114. At the peak : ATOP
115. Winter Palace resident : TSAR
116. Agate and pica : TYPES
117. Eminent : NOTED
118. Hanging ends : DAGS
1. "The night ___ thousand eyes" : HASA
2. Work : OPUS
3. Crocks : POTS
4. High follower : SCHOOLER
5. Disquiet : PERTURB
6. Emulates Baron Ochs : OGLES
7. "Gadzooks!" relative : EGAD
8. This comes short or long : TON
9. Support : ENDORSE
10. Random : AIMLESS
11. Like E.M.K.'s "A" : BROAD
12. Diner come-on : EATS
13. Biblical suffix : ETH
14. Like "Grease" characters : TEENAGE
15. Weaken : DILUTE
16. Garments for Bedouins : ABAS
17. Business : LINE
18. Icelandic literary work : EDDA
24. Lake in Ireland : ERNE
25. Coleridge's "gentle thing" : SLEEP
26. Jerry-built : RANUP
31. Angler's basket : CREEL
32. Light fabric : CREPE
33. Woolf's "___ of One's Own" : AROOM
34. Unexpected gain : MANNA
35. Rye coating : BREADSPREAD
36. Gardener's bane : APHIS
37. What to "give me" : AHOME
38. Reitman film: 1986 : LEGALEAGLES
39. Book, in Brescia : LIBRO
40. Commencement : ONSET
43. Turkish empire founder : OSMAN
44. Modern frontier : SPACE
47. Civil War battle site: 1862 : SHILOH
53. Came into being : AROSE
54. Pub offering : LAGER
55. Reaches : SPANS
56. Czech dramatist : CAPEK
57. Laszlo Loewenstein's film name : LORRE
58. Examines minutely : SCOURS
61. Lug of a jug : EAR
64. U.S.N.A. graduate : ENS
66. This might be red : ALERT
67. A larceny size : PETIT
68. Homing device : RADAR
69. Verdi princess : EBOLI
70. " . . . it is ___ of life": Proverb 13:12 : ATREE
71. Workman, e.g. : PLIER
72. Sierra ___ : LEONE
73. Transmits : SENDS
76. Knight's shaft : LANCE
77. Neutral colors : ECRUS
83. Cause an axle to break : OVERLOAD
85. Croc's relative : GATOR
86. Beg : ENTREAT
87. Events for Phil Mahre : SLALOMS
88. Broom for Twiggy? : BESOM
89. "Each and All" poet : EMERSON
90. Up in arms, e.g. : STIRRED
93. Old French coin : DENIER
96. Make sound : HEAL
98. Task : CHORE
99. Aplomb : POISE
100. Beat it! : SCAT
101. What Pandora let loose : ILLS
102. Mother of the Titans : GAEA
103. Trap leader : CLAP
104. Assemble : MEET
105. Jot : IOTA
106. Portmanteau word : SMOG
107. Three of these make a tbs. : TSPS
109. Journalist-reformer Nellie : BLY
110. TV option : HBO

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