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New York Times, Sunday, May 19, 1991

Author: Ralph G. Beaman
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 136, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.31, Missing: { Q X }
Open Squares: 108, Cheaters: 14, FITB: 14, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
Ralph G. Beaman has 7 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.
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© 1991, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Type of beer : BOCK
5. Vainglory : POMP
9. At the stern : AFT
12. Rival of U.S.C. : UCLA
16. Isle of Hawaii : LANAI
17. Long narrative : ILIAD
19. Deadness symbol : DOORNAIL
21. Robards and Bateman : JASONS
22. Part of a markka : PENNI
23. Diarist's activity : ENTERING
24. Patriotic song words : AMERICA"GODSHED
27. ___ shrike of Madagascar : VANGA
28. Monogram of T. Wolfe's eminent editor : MEP
29. Trifle : SOU
30. Kind of panel or year : SOLAR
31. Where Warden Lawes worked : SING"
32. Pipe elbow : ELL
33. Zero : NIL
36. One of Carmen's people : ROM
37. Was left on base : DIED
38. Vilipend : SLUR
40. Multi-star 1963 movie : ITSAMADMAD"WORLD
46. Spotted cat : JAGUAR
48. River in N Chile : LOA
49. Mazuma : GELT
50. Use finger paints : SMEAR
51. Dowitcher : SNIPE
53. Sacred: Comb. form : HIERO
55. Welkin : SKY
56. Tenon's mate : MORTISE
59. Tucker's partner : BIB
60. Strauss's "___ Italien" : AUS
62. Black tea : BOHEA
64. Phrase from a W.W. I song : OVERTHERE"SENDTHEWORD
68. Zoological suffix : OIDEA
69. Equality : PAR
70. Intention : END
71. Like certain seals : EARLESS
72. Side of a triangle : LEG
73. Actor Bruce et al. : DERNS
75. Hampshire or Yorkshire : SWINE
76. Curved inward : ADUNC
79. Medium is one : SIZE
80. Broad sash : OBI
82. Varsity member's prize : LETTER
86. "When . . . marching ___!" : HOMEAGAINHURRAH"
90. Retail sign : SALE
91. Formal order : WRIT
92. Type of jet engine : ION
93. Alphonse, to Gaston : AMI
94. ___ up (riled) : HET
95. Composer of "The Seasons" : HAYDN
97. Scandinavian goddess of the future : SKULD
99. An Afg. neighbor : PAK
102. One of the Hoggs of Tex. : IMA
103. An Asian capital : HANOI
104. Doubled phrase in a novel ending : ITISAFAR"BETTER
108. Fit for use : OPERABLE
110. Fanfare : ECLAT
111. Lagging : BEHIND
112. Visit by a medic or clergyman : SICKCALL
113. "The Wreck of the Mary ___" : DEARE
114. ___ a time (singly) : ONEAT
115. For shame! : TSK"
116. Swedish rug : RYA
117. Fr. holy women : STES
118. Preadult person : TEEN
1. Electric wall receptacle : BASEPLUG
2. ___ about (date-setting phrase) : ONOR
3. Contemptible one, to Cato : CANIS
4. Mount ___, N.Y.C. exurb : KISCO
5. Ta-ta : PIP"
6. Designer Cassini : OLEG
7. Labyrinth king : MINOS
8. She wasn't hopeless : PANDORA
9. "Doe, ___ . . . " : ADEER
10. Loving : FOND
11. Add up : TOT
12. Biased in choice : UNRANDOM
13. Summoning, as sheep, in Ayr : CAING
14. D.C. panda : LING"
15. Water plant : ALGA
16. Thin layer or plate : LAMELLA
18. Force out of place : DISLODGE
20. Critiques : REVIEWS
21. Corbett, Jeffries or Braddock : JAMESJ
25. Unpaid sitter : AUNT
26. Words before tongs : HAMMERAND
31. "In Spain they say '___'" : SI"
34. Wight is one, Wong isn't : ISLE
35. Thai language : LAO
37. Banned pesticide : DDT
39. Boor, in Brest : RUSTRE
40. G. M. Cohan's ancestors : IRISH
41. Hawaiian fish : MAHI"
42. Vocally : ALOUD
43. Do a farrier's job : RESHOE
44. Magic Johnson's team : LAKERS
45. Sylvan nymphs : DRYADS
47. Baker or Bryant : ANITA
52. Chick's sound : PEEP
54. "Rosmersholm" playwright : IBSEN
56. Do-re-mi : MOOLAH
57. Province or city in NW Spain : OVIEDO
58. Wood for railroad ties : REDGUM
59. City in Perm Oblast, U.S.S.R. : BEREZNIKI
61. Goulash : STEW
62. A European capital : BERNE
63. Small hooters : OWLETS
65. Neighbors of ulnae : RADII
66. Belgian painter: 1860-1949 : ENSOR
67. "___, the gang's . . . " : HAIL"
74. Given new quarters : REHOUSED
75. Domain of Anna's boss : SIAM
77. Sinatra-Minnelli show-stopper : NEWYORK"
78. Of the heart : CARDIAC
79. Gained a lap : SAT
81. Car's front shield : BRA
83. Papeete native : TAHITIAN
84. Neon is one : ELEMENT
85. Impede progress : RETARD
87. Schnapps : GIN
88. Opens hightops : UNLACES
89. "___, hooray!" : HIP"
95. Bull and Nile, as gods : HAPIS
96. Win by ___ (narrowly outrace) : ANECK
97. Gravestone, perhaps : STELA
98. Certain keynote : DFLAT
100. Monastery head : ABBOT
101. Sharp N.H. city? : KEENE
103. Boniface : HOST
104. In a bad way : ILLY
105. Interlaken's river : AARE
106. Lines on an A.A.A. map : RTES
107. " . . . I ___ wed" : THEE
109. Mandrel, e.g. : BAR

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