GEOGRAPHIC JINGLES

New York Times, Sunday, May 6, 1984

Author: Beverly Tivin
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 74, Avg Word Len: 5.32, Missing: { Q Z }, Scrabble score: 543 (avg 1.48)
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1. These may be bald : PATES
6. Three, to Tomás : TRES
10. A language in Bangkok : TAI
13. Vivaciousness : ESPRIT
19. Expiate : ATONE
20. What flattops carry : AIRCRAFT
22. Stipend : SALARY
23. Venezuelan instruments? : CARACASMARACAS
25. Inquiry into lost goods : TRACER
26. Worldwide workers' org. : ILO
27. Hwy. : RTE
28. Admission : ENTRY
29. Liqueur ingredient : ANISE
30. Doral sight : FAIRWAY
33. Certain wise men : MAGI
34. Table fowl : CAPON
36. Like certain sports : INDOOR
37. Italian metal? : ROMECHROME
40. Twilight : EVE
43. Situation : STATE
44. So : THUS
45. Site of Honolulu : OAHU
46. Largest of the Truk Islands : TOL
47. ___ de mer : MAL
48. Max, Buddy or Bugs : BAER
49. Austrian author Marie von ___-Eschenbach : EBNER
50. Toltec capital : TULA
51. South African headgear? : DURBANTURBAN
55. Shawl : WRAP
56. Regimental commander : COLONEL
59. Ellipses : OVALS
60. Xenophobe's fear : ALIENS
62. Disposed to love : AMATIVE
63. Jar for oil, etc. : CRUSE
64. Mercury or Mars, in Marseille : PLANETE
65. Scold : BERATE
66. Ancient Greek council : BOULE
67. Brought into agreement : ALIGNED
68. Shake ___ (high-tail it) : ALEG
69. Southwestern manor? : DALLASPALACE
72. " . . . ye better reck the ___": Burns : REDE
73. Drug fighting infections : SULFA
74. In a skillful way : ABLY
75. Concorde : SST
78. W.W. II post for Ike : ETO
79. "Questa o quella," e.g. : ARIA
80. Nobelist in Chemistry: 1934 : UREY
81. Dull finish : MATTE
83. Quiet! : TST
84. Some New York traffic sounds? : BRONXHONKS
87. Fruitless : BARREN
88. Root used in perfume : ORRIS
90. Cleopatra attendant : IRAS
91. Alighieri admirer : DANTEAN
92. Man's slipper : ROMEO
94. Miller's "___ the Fall" : AFTER
96. Switz., Ger. et al. : EUR
97. Ending for function or budget : ARY
98. Captivate : ENAMOR
100. Island sleepwear? : BAHAMASPAJAMAS
104. Announcement : NOTICE
105. Belief : CREDENCE
106. "___ Psyche": Keats : ODETO
107. Pledges : TROTHS
108. Sun. talk : SER
109. A ruminant : DEER
110. Bridge expert : GOREN
1. Quaker tenet : PACIFISM
2. Legendary Greek heroine : ATALANTA
3. Doughnut-shaped : TOROIDAL
4. Former Spanish queen : ENA
5. Dry, as champagne : SEC
6. Toothsome : TASTY
7. Coleridge creation : RIME
8. Period : ERA
9. Yells : SCREAMS
10. Strategy : TACTIC
11. At a distance : AFAR
12. ___-bitsy : ITSY
13. Part of i.e. : EST
14. Mexican's woolen blanket : SARAPE
15. Flat: Comb. form : PLANO
16. Midwestern soup bowl? : RACINETUREEN
17. Angers : IRES
18. Londoner's radial : TYRE
21. Scope : RANGE
24. Sandarac tree : ARAR
31. Decay : ROT
32. Misfortune : WOE
33. Grieve : MOURN
34. Comedian Myron : COHEN
35. Sino-Russian border river : AMUR
37. S.A. ostrich : RHEA
38. Limp : HOBBLE
39. Hindu princes : RANAS
41. With light rapidity, in music : VOLANTE
42. Slipped by, as time : ELAPSED
44. Board : TABLE
48. Judicial writ : BREVE
49. Cancels : ERASES
50. Moral pang : TWINGE
51. Feeble, childish condition : DOTAGE
52. Single quantity : UNIT
53. Yeastlike fungus : TORULA
54. Palate part : UVULA
56. Nightclub : CABARET
57. Brunch dishes : OMELETS
58. Texas beefsteak? : LAREDOTOMATO
60. Relieve : ALLAY
61. Secular : LAIC
63. Grant's first Vice President : COLFAX
64. Adjective for buddies : PALLY
66. Actress Ina : BALIN
69. Spanish coins : DUROS
70. Hyde and Regent's : PARKS
71. Vigoda et al. : ABES
73. Item for Indira : SARI
75. Banner : STREAMER
76. An ester used in ointments : STEARATE
77. "Idylls of the King" poet : TENNYSON
80. Without protection : UNARMED
81. Staff : MAN
82. Bonsai or origami : ART
84. Ornamental pin : BROOCH
85. To this place : HITHER
86. One of Pan's companions : OREAD
87. Theda of silents : BARA
89. Put off : REMIT
91. Miami's super receiver : DUPER
92. Schism : RENT
93. ___ about (time-setting phrase) : ONOR
94. Rudiments : ABCS
95. Subway token : FARE
96. Verb suffix : ESCE
99. Legal matter : RES
101. Chemical ending : ANE
102. Emulate James F. Fixx : JOG
103. Stir : ADO

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