GLOBAL STARS

New York Times, Sunday, June 20, 1993

Author:Jan Hurschmann
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 532 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 113, Cheaters: 14, FITB: 17, XRef: 0
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1. Nursery sound : MAMA
5. Swab the decks again : REMOP
10. "___ Ha'i" : BALI
14. "The Seven Little ___," 1955 film : FOYS
18. Pair on an angelus : ALAE
19. Walking ___ (elated) : ONAIR
20. Part of an Egyptian temple : SEKOS
21. State since 1896 : UTAH
22. Lebanese actress? : BEIRUTALEE
24. Egyptian actor? : CAIROBLOWE
26. Flow out : EMANATE
27. Irrational numbers : SURDS
29. Arm or thigh muscle : BICEPS
30. London gallery : TATE
31. Russian singer? : OKAYSTARR
33. Pakistani city : LAHORE
36. Odalisque's residence : HAREM
38. Covered shopping areas : ARCADES
42. Corundum : EMERY
43. Ibert's "___ of Call" : PORTS
44. Skirmish : BRUSH
46. Ending for pay or plug : OLA
47. ___ d'Or, city in Quebec : VAL
48. Loan word : OWE
49. Alley ___ of comics : OOP
50. Satanic : EVIL
51. Suffix with alp or river : INE
52. Actor at Valletta? : MALTABHUNTER
58. Elaine ___, "Right Bank" author : NEAL
59. Luzon city named for Casals? : SANPABLO
61. Sudden thrust : LUNGE
62. Actor Brian or Patrick : AHERNE
64. Cast iron, e.g. : ALLOY
65. Kind of comic : SERIO
66. Tomato blight : EDEMA
67. Angora goat's fleece : MOHAIR
69. " . . . a drunken sailor on ___": Shak. : AMAST
70. Butter-and-egg purveyor : DAIRYMAN
73. Nicholas Udall's school : ETON
74. Himalayan actress? : TIBETTEDAVIS
77. Gilbertian princess : IDA
78. Prank : LARK
79. ___ pros. (ct.-records entry) : NOL
80. Anger : IRE
81. Actor from Prague : LOM
82. Marine flier : ERN
83. Pompous walk : STRUT
85. Orders to felines : SCATS
87. Ship that brought us Miss Liberty : ISERE
89. Sight that is a blight : EYESORE
91. Effrontery : BRASS
92. Nixon's "Six ___" : CRISES
93. Texan Watergate observer? : ALAMODEAN
96. Electric catfish : RAAD
97. Final home of King Arthur : AVALON
100. Former Russian measure of distance : VERST
101. Mermaid, Moocher and Mouse : MINNIES
104. Italian playwright? : COMOSSHART
106. Irish predecessor of Lassie? : ERINTINTIN
109. Muppet in "Sesame Street" : ELMO
110. Orioles' manager : OATES
111. ___ Rizzo, Hoffman role : RATSO
112. Depot, in Dijon : GARE
113. Quickly : SOON
114. Proverbial heirs : MEEK
115. Pintail ducks : SMEES
116. Scouse or swivet : STEW
1. Fairy queen : MAB
2. Downwind : ALEE
3. Disable : MAIM
4. Device used on lawns : AERATOR
5. Spin : ROTATE
6. Related maternally : ENATE
7. Cob or drake : MALE
8. Goose, in Grasse : OIE
9. Do a wash-day chore : PRESORT
10. Small, round and glistening : BEADY
11. V. Herbert's "___ in the Dark" : AKISS
12. Denise of "The Garry Moore Show" : LOR
13. Weather-map lines : ISOBARS
14. Supports : FULCRA
15. Plains Indian : OTOE
16. Whitman's "barbaric" sound : YAWP
17. "The Liner ___ a Lady": Kipling : SHES
20. High-tail it : SCRAM
23. Having only one component : UNARY
25. Symbol of old-school discipline : BIRCH
28. Haw. instruments : UKES
32. Brownish gray : TAUPE
33. Some informal wear : LEVIS
34. Religious group in Iowa : AMANA
35. Montana singer? : HELENAHORNE
36. "___ Succeed in Business . . . " : HOWTO
37. Hectarage : AREA
39. English actress? : DOVERAMILES
40. Of a Greek philosopher : ELIAN
41. Spoiled paper : SALLE
43. Bergen of "The Winds of War" : POLLY
44. Drum or antelope : BONGO
45. Routine learning : ROTE
50. Saracen, to a Crusader : ENEMY
52. Bamako is its capital : MALI
53. Cancel a flight : ABORT
54. Merino's sound : BLEAT
55. She wrote "Back Street" : HURST
56. Colligate : UNITE
57. Armbones : RADII
60. Pirates' punishing path : PLANK
63. Towel marking : HERS
65. Sparling : SMELT
66. Sidewall protections : EAVES
67. Brawl : MELEE
68. Eared seal : OTARY
69. ___ Ben Adhem : ABOU
70. Rumpus-room game : DARTS
71. Put on a pedestal : ADORE
72. Onomasticon's contents : NAMES
75. Type of legal action : INREM
76. Portuguese navigator : DIAS
83. Specialties for Mims : SOLOS
84. Crosspiece over a door : TRANSOM
85. Mmes., in Madrid : SRAS
86. Easy gallops : CANTERS
87. Native of Mashhad : IRANI
88. Short railroad tracks : SIDINGS
90. Target of Carry Nation : SALOON
91. Convy and Parks : BERTS
92. Poem divisions : CANTOS
94. Egg-shaped : OVATE
95. Actor Jacobi : DEREK
96. Wash lightly : RINSE
97. "Bullets," to a poker player : ACES
98. Flight, in Firenze : VOLO
99. Tommy-gun lead : AMMO
101. Chigger : MITE
102. Coup d'___ : ETAT
103. Horse's parent : SIRE
105. "Some ___ meat . . . ": Burns : HAE
107. Batter : RAM
108. Not used : NEW

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