LADY OF LIGHT

New York Times, Sunday, June 29, 1986

Author:Edward Marchese
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78, Avg Word Len: 5.19, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 543 (avg 1.50)
Open Squares: 115, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 14, XRef: 2
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© 1986, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Curve part : ARC
4. Snoop : PRIER
9. Dillon or Houston : MATT
13. Less ruddy : PALER
18. Cry of disgust : PAH
19. Rounded script : RONDE
20. Penumbra : AURA
21. Cactus used as a drug : PEYOTE
22. Title of Statue of Liberty poem : THENEWCOLOSSUS
25. Female ruffs : REEVES
26. India's monetary unit : RUPEE
27. Lessens : ABATES
28. Place between : INSERT
29. Dutch cheese center : GOUDA
31. Foot: Comb. form : PODE
32. "___, Ernest . . . ": 1922 song : OOO
34. "___ nation, under God . . . " : ONE
35. Where the statue stands : LIBERTYISLAND
40. Summarized : BRIEFED
43. G.I. dog tags : IDS
44. ___ vie (brandy) : EAUDE
45. Most favorable : OPTIMAL
47. W.W. II boat : LCI
48. Craze : MANIA
50. Spectrum producer : PRISM
53. Unstable : ASTATIC
58. With 80 Across, the statue's sculptor : FREDERICA
61. Nectar collector : BEE
62. Love affair : AMOUR
63. Go to class : ATTEND
65. At some other time : ANON
66. Printing measures : EMS
67. Southwestern oaks : ROBLES
69. Bohemian to an extreme : ARTIEST
71. Rubble : DEBRIS
73. Mount where Aaron was buried : HOR
74. Farrow and Slavenska : MIAS
76. Oil transport : TANKER
78. ___ Lehmann, memorable soprano : LOTTE
79. John Duncan was one : UTE
80. See 58 Across : BARTHOLDI
82. Analyzed : ASSAYED
84. "All that is and ___ be": Sophocles : SHALL
86. Restraints : REINS
87. School org. : PTA
88. Without neckwear : TIELESS
90. Sainted English scholar: 673–735 : BAEDA
92. Org. for Miller and Barber : PGA
95. Heavenly bodies : SPHERES
97. " . . . my lamp beside ___": Lazarus : THEGOLDENDOOR
102. Tot's "piggy" : TOE
103. Clty SW of Brussels : ATH
105. Footnote term : ETAL
106. Colonist's greeting to an Indian : NETOP
107. Trumped : RUFFED
110. Infallible adviser : ORACLE
112. Void : EGEST
114. Reach a goal : ARRIVE
115. The statue's other name : MOTHEROFEXILES
119. More penetrating : KEENER
120. Blunted fencing weapon : EPEE
121. Express a view : OPINE
122. Building wing : ELL
123. Noble British family : EDENS
124. Pete Rose's team : REDS
125. Japanese alcoholic drinks : SAKES
126. Shade of blue : SKY
1. Appropriate : APT
2. College cheer : RAH
3. Little innocents : CHERUBS
4. Make ready : PREPARE
5. Schoolboy ___, former Detroit pitcher : ROWE
6. Ralph ___, 20's leading man : INCE
7. Former name of Tokyo : EDO
8. Backslide : RELAPSE
9. Ancient Jewish stronghold : MASADA
10. Author of "Emma" : AUSTEN
11. Faithful : TRUE
12. "Jerusalem Delivered" author : TASSO
13. Hammer part : PEEN
14. Votes in favor : AYES
15. "Our reliance is in the ___ . . . ": Lincoln : LOVEOFLIBERTY
16. For all time, in poesy : ETERNE
17. Slept : RESTED
21. A ___ (deductive) : PRIORI
23. Modigliani's "The Rose ___" : NUDE
24. Ancient Greek coin : OBOL
29. ___ Stati Uniti : GLI
30. Suffix with aster : OID
33. Acquire : OBTAIN
36. Ankle bones : TALI
37. Spanish dagger, e.g. : YUCCA
38. First name of a Ugandan exile : IDI
39. Completed : DONE
41. Calls a jury : IMPANELS
42. Corn spike : EAR
46. Lafitte was one : PIRATE
48. Servants : MENIALS
49. Quantity to be appended : ADDEND
51. Descendant of Shem : SEMITE
52. Bungled, with "up" : MESSED
53. Jutland seaport : AARHUS
54. Unwrinkled : SMOOTH
55. " . . . huddled masses yearning ___": Lazarus : TOBREATHEFREE
56. Flute: Comb. form : AUL
57. Shaker : TREMBLER
58. W.W. II plane : FTR
59. Olympics heroine: 1984 : RETTON
60. North Atlantic fish : COD
64. These cannot be disputed : TASTES
68. Pueblo Indian : SIA
70. Wedel : SKI
72. Long, fluffy scarf : BOA
75. Check : ARREST
77. X follower : RATED
81. Sound seeking attention : HIST
83. Vic's radio partner : SADE
85. Fabulize : LIE
87. "___ Joey" : PAL
89. One who faces the music : LEADER
90. Spanish dances : BOLEROS
91. Auxiliary buildings : ANNEXES
92. Large drinking vessels : POTTLES
93. Mawkish drivel : GOO
94. Leading Dadaist : ARP
95. Ship's planking : STRAKE
96. Decanted : POURED
98. Inflamed : HEATED
99. What an aquafortist does : ETCHES
100. Forceful outburst : GALE
101. Arnaz : DESI
104. He painted "Maine Coast" : HOMER
108. Sibelius was one : FINN
109. Arden and Queler : EVES
111. Lasso : ROPE
112. SE Nigerian : EFIK
113. Part of a chromosome : GENE
116. W.W. II org. : OPA
117. Wawaskeesh : ELK
118. Wily : SLY

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