QUARRELSOME QUOTES

New York Times, Sunday, April 25, 1993

Author:Michael J. Parris
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 74, Avg Word Len: 5.32, Missing: { J X Z }, Scrabble score: 539 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 121, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 17, XRef: 0, Spans: 4
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1. Annoy : PEEVE
6. Food fish : SHAD
10. Rialto muggers : HAMS
14. Fisher or Foy : EDDIE
19. Walking ___ (elated) : ONAIR
20. Not elsewhere : HERE
21. A Siouan : OTOE
22. Bogs : QUAGS
23. "The ballot is ___": Lincoln : STRONGERTHANTHEBULLET
27. Yelled : HOLLERED
28. Portents : OMENS
29. Female demon of folklore : LILITH
30. Methuselah, to Enoch : SON
31. Cato's tomorrow : CRAS
32. Trig ratio : SINE
33. "In love there are these evils: ___": Horace : FIRSTWARANDTHENPEACE
42. Eye: Comb. form : OCULO
43. ___ far (to such an extent) : INSO
44. Heap up : AMASS
45. Footed vase : URN
47. Rice, in Roma : RISO
48. Call repeatedly by name : PAGE
50. "Bei ___ Bist Du Schön" : MIR
51. Volcano near Catania : ETNA
52. "A lean compromise is ___": G. Herbert : BETTERTHANAFATLAWSUIT
59. Pts. of cents. : YRS
60. Hide : PELT
61. Alda and Arkin : ALANS
62. Oratory : CHAPEL
63. Word with window or wood : ROSE
64. Louis Quatorze, e.g. : ROI
65. ___ En-lai : CHOU
66. Severe : STRICT
69. Type of scarf : ASCOT
71. Fleur-de-lis : IRIS
72. Org. for Couples : PGA
75. "A man cannot be too careful in ___": Wilde : THECHOICEOFHISENEMIES
79. Pledge : OATH
80. Partner of sm. and med. : LRG
81. Shake ___ (hurry) : ALEG
82. Oft-quoted author: Abbr. : ANON
83. Very old: Abbr. : ANC
84. Lost : ATSEA
86. S. African fox : ASSE
88. Bea Arthur role : MAUDE
89. "Exaggeration is truth ___": Gibran : THATHASLOSTITSTEMPER
94. Sedan summers : ETES
95. Colors : DYES
96. Taro preparation : POI
97. Yachtsman or hat : BOATER
100. Greek theater : ODEON
102. Pitcher, Nightingale et al. : HEROINES
107. "When firmness is sufficient ___": Napoleon : RASHNESSISUNNECESSARY
110. Irritated : IRKED
111. Gives a bad review : PANS
112. Calvary initials : INRI
113. Trojan : ILIAN
114. Autocrats : TSARS
115. Field of interest : AREA
116. Dry : SERE
117. Maison room : SALLE
1. Elegant : POSH
2. Inner: Comb. form : ENTO
3. Anthony of the alleys : EARL
4. Stringed instrument : VIOL
5. ___ (Che) Guevara : ERNESTO
6. Singer Easton : SHEENA
7. Drover's concern : HERD
8. Garfunkel or Carney : ART
9. Prunes a fruit tree severely : DEHORNS
10. Sincere : HONEST
11. Envelope abbr. : ATTN
12. Minerals' hardness-scale inventor : MOHS
13. View : SEE
14. Belmont racers : EQUINES
15. Actor Keir ___ : DULLEA
16. Contemporary of Magritte : DALI
17. "___ no kick . . . " : IGET
18. Lett's neighbor : ESTH
24. Increase : GROW
25. Brazilian novelist : AMADO
26. Radar images : BLIPS
31. Cretan capital : CANEA
32. Tangle : SNARL
33. Besides, to Burns : FORBY
34. More frigid : ICIER
35. Oxidizes : RUSTS
36. Coin receptacle : SLOT
37. Correct : RIGHT
38. Esther's antagonist : HAMAN
39. Gives out : EMITS
40. Prankster : CUTUP
41. Ford or Pyle : ERNIE
46. A major league: Abbr. : NATL
48. Magician's word : PRESTO
49. Salt tree : ATLE
51. Husband of Judith : ESAU
53. Pleistocene is one : EPOCH
54. Numbness: Comb. form : NARCO
55. Intentionally apart : ALOOF
56. Religion : FAITH
57. In pain : ACHING
58. "___ Body?": Sayers : WHOSE
63. Moneyed : RICH
65. Manitoban Indian : CREE
66. "Classroom" for Zeno : STOA
67. Former U.N. leader : THANT
68. React to mal de mer : RETCH
69. Character in "The Rivals" : ACRES
70. Star of "Blume in Love" : SEGAL
71. Cay : ISLET
72. Locker art : PINUP
73. Hollow stone : GEODE
74. Actor in TV's "Hearts Afire" : ASNER
76. "Casablanca" woman et al. : ILSAS
77. Morbid state: Suffix : IASIS
78. Polite form of address : MAAM
84. Waits upon : ATTENDS
85. Soothing word : THERE
86. " ___ Like It" : ASYOU
87. Former Miss. Senator : STENNIS
88. Expressive understatement : MEIOSIS
90. Heavens; clear sky: Var. : AETHER
91. Black Sea port : ODESSA
92. Coined money : SPECIE
93. Ripped : TORE
97. Young herring : BRIT
98. Rowers : OARS
99. "___ silly question . . . " : ASKA
100. Glacial ridges : OSAR
101. Eat elegantly : DINE
102. Munich Mr. : HERR
103. Hispaniola, e.g. : ISLA
104. Hammer's target : NAIL
105. Of an age : ERAL
106. End of a Burns title : SYNE
108. Resort : SPA
109. Pisa-to-Verona dir. : NNE

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