HEAVIES

New York Times, Sunday, May 3, 1992

Author:Rosalind Pavane
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
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© 1992, The New York Times
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1. Fictional elephant : BABAR
6. Edge : BRIM
10. Scale : CLIMB
15. To be, in Madrid : ESTAR
20. Yoga position : ASANA
21. Emerald Isle : EIRE
22. Poet-novelist Wylie : ELINOR
23. Tibetan capital : LHASA
24. Pirate with a long name? : JOHNSILVER
26. To be silent: Lat. : TACERE
27. Like a julep : MINTY
28. Exact opposite : ANTIPODE
29. Opera by Donizetti : LUCREZIABORGIA
32. Khartoum's country : SUDAN
33. Voucher : CHIT
34. "Critique of Pure Reason" author : KANT
35. Mil. decoration : DSM
38. Comic actor Conway : TIM
39. MacGraw and Baba : ALIS
40. Hunter or angler, e.g. : SPORTSMAN
45. Loosely woven cotton : ETAMINE
47. Dutch artist Hals : FRANS
48. Dried fruit : PRUNE
49. Arab garment : ABA
50. Compound whence caffeine is derived : PURINE
51. Before, in poesy : ERE
52. Awkward guys : GALOOT
54. Dutch cheese : EDAM
55. N-S connection : OPQR
56. TV deletion : BLEEP
58. C-notes : IOOS
59. Assess : RATE
60. Old French coin : SOU
61. Man of maniac parts? : BORISKARLOFF
65. Burned : FLAMED
67. "___ tu," Verdi aria : ERI
68. Anger : WRATH
69. The Invisible Man of 1933 : RAINS
70. Used a lever: Var. : PRISED
71. Go hungry : STARVE
73. ___ the hills : OLDAS
74. Debase oneself : GROVEL
75. Polish seaport : GDYNIA
76. Front-wheels alignment : TOEIN
77. Tearful one of myth : NIOBE
78. King Kong, e.g. : APE
81. Reunion and The Summit : ARENAS
82. Orphan in a "choppy" rhyme : LIZZIEBORDEN
84. Small fruit : FIG
85. Tower town : PISA
86. Marcel Marceau, e.g. : MIME
87. Mails : SENDS
88. Heavyweight Max : BAER
89. "___ Island With You," 1948 film : ONAN
90. One of several Pharaohs : RAMESES
93. Thing, in law : RES
94. In short supply : SCARCE
96. Accepted dlvy. : RCD
97. Austrian-born actor-singer : BIKEL
98. "Ora pro ___" : NOBIS
100. Alters : CHANGES
101. "___ is finished" ("Pagliacci" ending) : THECOMEDY
103. Upper throat : GULA
104. Brit's vacation : HOL
105. Begley and Wynn : EDS
106. Thought : IDEA
107. Antitoxins : SERA
108. Find fault needlessly : CAVIL
110. Sax Rohmer character : DOCTORFUMANCHU
116. Menthaceous plants : OREGANOS
120. Decorate : ADORN
121. Tristan's love : ISOLDE
122. First Dracula of film : BELALUGOSI
124. ___ Soleil (Louis XIV) : LEROI
125. Waits on : SERVES
126. Euphemistic oath : EGAD
127. Ulyanov : LENIN
128. Manacles : IRONS
129. Shoe-factory worker : TREER
130. Thorny plant : ROSE
131. Came up : AROSE
1. ___ California : BAJA
2. " . . . unto us ___ is given": Isa. 9:6 : ASON
3. Thai coin : BAHT
4. Francesca ___, British actress : ANNIS
5. Russian mystic : RASPUTIN
6. Hag : BELDAME
7. Split : RIVEN
8. Choler : IRE
9. European blackbird : MERL
10. Richardson's "___ Harlowe" : CLARISSA
11. It is allowed: Lat. : LICET
12. Don Juan's mother : INEZ
13. A star of "Rashomon" and "Ugetsu" : MORI
14. Escapes : BREAKOUTS
15. City near Los Angeles : ELMONTE
16. Items of apparel : SHIRTS
17. Pungency : TANG
18. Wine town in Piedmont : ASTI
19. Ottoman peasant : RAYA
22. Whistler product : ETCHING
25. Antiseptic : IODINE
30. Home of the Bruins: Abbr. : UCLA
31. Livestock shelters : BARN
35. Oust : DEPOSE
36. Trance : STUPOR
37. Subject of a Peter Weiss play : MARQUISDESADE
39. Ill-smelling : AREEK
40. Parodies : SPOOFS
41. Photographer's test print : PROOF
42. Well-knit femme of fiction? : MADAMELAFARGE
43. Lessened : ABATED
44. Appointed : NAMED
46. Russian village : MIR
47. Invigorating : FRESH
51. Top-drawer : ELITE
53. Jungle denizens : LIONS
54. Expunge : ERASE
56. Costa ___, Spain : BRAVA
57. "___-vous français?" : PARLEZ
61. Master, in Swahili : BWANA
62. Plant with a fragrant root : ORRIS
63. Wheel spokes : RADII
64. Climbing plants : LIANES
65. He played Goldfinger : FROBE
66. Perk up : LIVEN
70. Goads : PRODS
72. British author-critic : TYNAN
73. Seeps : OOZES
74. Encircles : GIRDS
75. Seuss villain : GRINCH
76. Opportune : TIMELY
77. Roman-calendar day : NONES
79. Like patchwork : PIECED
80. Exit : EGRESS
81. Nautical direction : APORT
82. Applied calcium oxide : LIMED
83. Liquidated Russian: 1953 : BERIA
86. Threaten, in a way : MAKEAFIST
88. Forbid : BAN
90. Versifier: Var. : RIMER
91. Bring about : ENGENDER
92. Fonts : SOURCES
94. Broad-brimmed hat : SHOVEL
95. Roman emperor: A.D. 37 : CALIGULA
97. Type designer and family : BODONIS
99. Dull: Slang : BLAH
100. Elaborate pretense : CHARADE
102. Lemonlike fruit : CITRON
107. Ointment : SALVE
108. Certain carbonated drinks : COLAS
109. Rathskeller order : LAGER
110. Painter of limp watches : DALI
111. River in central Europe : ODER
112. Venezuelan city : CORO
113. Exploiter : USER
114. Additional : MORE
115. Over: Ger. : UBER
117. "___, Nanette" : NONO
118. Condition: Suffix : OSIS
119. Geometry word : SINE
123. I, to Claudius : EGO

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