HIDDEN INDIVIDUALS

New York Times, Sunday, May 31, 1987

Author:Warren W. Reich
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 72, Avg Word Len: 5.27, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 526 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 125, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 10, XRef: 0
Warren W. Reich has 13 pre-Shortz puzzles and 1 Shortz era puzzle in our database.

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© 1987, The New York Times
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1. Former TV late-show host : PAAR
5. Thirtieth Vice President : DAWES
10. "Yet do I ___ thy nature": Lady Macbeth : FEAR
14. Brew ingredient : MALT
18. Weapon for a poilu : ARME
19. Manifest : EVINCE
21. Hershfield hero : ABIE
22. Unicorn fish : UNIE
23. One wrapped in a fur : STONEMARTEN
25. One is part of a part : COMPONENT
27. Transmit transient images : TELEVISE
28. Doll up : PREEN
30. Pasch : EASTER
31. Thomas Gray, e.g. : ELEGIST
32. With lance in hand : ATILT
33. City in south central Pa. : ALTOONA
34. "Cakes and ___": Maugham : ALE
35. Dry, in Quito : SECO
36. "Tam ___," Burns song : GLEN
37. Dullards : CLODS
40. A tropical islander has one : MICRONESIAN
44. Playwright Stoppard : TOM
47. Word after by or side : LINE
48. Indifferent : SOSO
49. Harrow's rival : ETON
50. Timber rot : DOTE
51. Land measure : ARE
52. One is in fiscally : MONETARILY
56. Quaver : TREMOR
58. "The ___ Circle," 1924 film : MARRIAGE
60. Use a coupon : REDEEM
62. Author of "Seascape" : ALBEE
63. Bizarre : OUTRE
64. Emulated Phil Mahre : SKIED
65. Wuhan nanas : AMAHS
67. Cabriolet's cousin : COUPE
69. Eye part : RETINA
71. Unpublished : INEDITED
74. Stage platforms : RISERS
76. One in isolation : LONELINESS
78. Smelter's stuff : ORE
79. Guernsey or Jersey : ISLE
80. Mine, in Metz : AMOI
82. Former Venetian bigwig : DOGE
83. Indigo plant : ANIL
84. Actor Turhan ___ : BEY
85. A fair-weather system ends with one : ANTICYCLONE
89. Chilean courtship dance : CUECA
90. Partner of bones : SKIN
91. City on the Oka : OREL
92. What an R.N. provides : TLC
93. Popular pullovers : TSHIRTS
96. Keel parts : SKEGS
97. Abominated : LOATHED
101. Animal parasites : EPIZOA
102. "America" composer : BLOCH
103. A gubernatorial warrant : REPRIEVE
104. One is part of nothing : NONENTITY
106. One is embraced by a benedict : HONEYMOONER
108. Frankfurt an der ___ : ODER
109. Jewish month : ELUL
110. List of corrigenda : ERRATA
111. Designer Ricci : NINA
112. County in Kan. : NESS
113. Shaggy: Comb. form : DASY
114. German appellations : NAMEN
115. Tartan pattern : SETT
1. Collagist's need : PASTE
2. Soviet collective : ARTEL
3. Soap plant : AMOLE
4. Turncoat : RENEGADE
5. End of being : DEMISE
6. Nautical command : AVAST
7. Filigree material : WIRE
8. Tolkien creature : ENT
9. Sovereign's staff : SCEPTER
10. Aspect : FACET
11. Black, to Blake : EBON
12. Marksman's act : AIM
13. Citronella oil, e.g. : REPELLANT
14. American League M.V.P.: 1976 : MUNSON
15. Pico de ___, in the Pyrenees : ANETO
16. Fourth-anniversary gift : LINEN
17. Colorful aquarium fish : TETRA
20. Physicist Fermi : ENRICO
24. Ponerologists' topics : EVILS
26. Of a certain cereal grass : OATEN
29. A father-in-law of Esau : ELON
32. Place for a British horse race : ASCOT
33. Exchange premium : AGIO
37. Quahog : CLAM
38. Ankara dollar : LIRA
39. One starts with difficulty : ONEROUSLY
40. Dealer : MONGER
41. Crystal gazer's words : ISEE
42. Hunted congers : EELED
43. Eyelid problem : STYE
44. One completes a monument : TOMBSTONE
45. Early Nebraskan : OTOE
46. Pure and simple : MERE
48. Move like a gull : SOAR
50. Capital of India: 1912-31 : DELHI
52. Bishop's headdress : MITER
53. Star of "Catch-22" : ARKIN
54. Anne of Austria, par exemple : REINE
55. Paragon : IDEAL
57. Electric catfish : RAADS
59. Seychelles money : RUPEE
61. Riding academy : MANEGE
64. Follower of Zeno : STOIC
66. Marzo or maggio : MESE
67. Pupil's pony : CRIB
68. Seine tributary : OISE
70. Name in Mark 15:34 : ELOI
71. Privy to : INON
72. Actor Blore : ERIC
73. Poet Walter ___ Mare : DELA
75. Made clean : SANITATED
77. People on pedestals : IDOLS
81. Scenes in Nep. : MTNS
83. Bidding events : AUCTIONS
85. City SE of Cleveland : AKRON
86. ___ Ono : YOKO
87. Nativity scene : CRECHE
88. Hat or hen : LEGHORN
89. Mild cigar : CLARO
90. Certain sorters : SIZERS
92. Sailor stationed aloft : TOPMAN
93. Mortise's partner : TENON
94. Famous name at Stoke-on-Trent : SPODE
95. Noted jazz pianist : HINES
96. In a vulpine way : SLYLY
97. Battle of ___ Gulf: 1944 : LEYTE
98. Skater Sonja : HENIE
99. Part of a decathlon : EVENT
100. Do an exterminator's job : DERAT
102. Htg. quantities : BTUS
103. Twenty quires : REAM
105. Dockers' union : ILA
107. F.D.R. measure : NRA

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