GEOGANAGRAMS

New York Times, Sunday, June 6, 1982

Author:Richard Silvestri
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 70, Avg Word Len: 5.38, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 529 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 145, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 8, XRef: 0
Richard Silvestri has 46 pre-Shortz puzzles and 84 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Indian state : ASSAM
6. Mime : APER
10. "___ steals my purse . . . ": Iago : WHO
13. Emulated Gretzky : SKATED
19. Whence testimony is given : STAND
20. Carnival attraction : SIDESHOW
22. Guarantee against loss : INSURE
23. Michigan title : PONTIACCAPTION
25. High-kicking dance : CANCAN
26. Tip : END
27. Acapulco gold : POT
28. What money does : TALKS
29. Waistcoats : VESTS
30. The facts guide his acts : REALIST
33. "In Reverse" painter : MIRO
34. Before febrero : ENERO
36. Like sea water : SALINE
37. Oregon men : SALEMMALES
40. Agcy. aiding opera, etc. : NEA
43. Hermia's father : EGEUS
44. Units of loudness : SONES
45. Wagon follower : ETTE
46. NCO : CPL
47. Bench, for one : RED
48. Metric weight : KILO
49. Croc's cousin : GATOR
50. Wind in rings : COIL
51. Maine shoe : BANGORBROGAN
55. March man : SOUSA
56. Crusader's foe : SALADIN
59. Transoceanic ship : LINER
60. Sparing : SCANTY
61. Flow forth : EMANATE
62. "Nothing could be ___ . . . " : FINER
63. Alarm : STARTLE
64. Fable adjuncts : MORALS
65. Kafka hero : SAMSA
66. Bound : TRUSSED
67. S. Johnson drama : IRENE
68. Wyoming predicament : CASPERSCRAPE
71. Dravidian language : TODA
72. Carries on : RANTS
73. Sulk : POUT
74. Matelot's milieu : MER
77. Prefix with bar : ISO
78. Commedia dell'___ : ARTE
79. Perfume : SCENT
81. Make baskets : WEAVE
83. Bill's partner : COO
84. Ohio holy book : AKRONKORAN
86. Pungent bulb : GARLIC
87. Bendix role : RILEY
89. Building beam : IBAR
90. Wear away by abrasion : CORRADE
91. Didn't possess : HADNT
93. View from Bogot√° : ANDES
95. River island : AIT
96. Legal matter : RES
97. Colorless, liquid solvent : ACETAL
99. Wisconsin realms : MADISONDOMAINS
103. Like bright nights : STARRY
104. Sham : PRETENSE
105. Quickly : APACE
106. Covered with hair : PILOSE
107. Neighbor of Leb. : SYR
108. Bring up : REAR
109. Propelled a keelboat : POLED
1. Vilifying villain : ASPERSER
2. Prehistoric time : STONEAGE
3. Wearing huaraches : SANDALED
4. Formicary denizen : ANT
5. 16th-century opener : MDI
6. Kind of tie : ASCOT
7. Early invader of Britain : PICT
8. Author LeShan : EDA
9. Agama or anole : REPTILE
10. Former : WHILOM
11. Pan's foe : HOOK
12. Confesses : OWNS
13. Oft-bracketed word : SIC
14. Varlets : KNAVES
15. Lou Grant portrayer : ASNER
16. Arizona nobility : TUCSONCOUNTS
17. Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
18. Iniquitous places : DENS
21. Intense looks : STARES
24. Chevet : APSE
31. Blackbirds of N.Y. : LIU
32. Electees : INS
33. Demesne house : MANOR
34. Singer John : ELTON
35. ___-do-well : NEER
37. "Star Wars" captain : SOLO
38. Emaciated : MEAGER
39. Rose essence : ATTAR
41. Long letter : EPISTLE
42. Put fears to rest : ALLAYED
44. Hasso : SIGNE
48. Winter wear : KNITS
49. "But don't ___ the water" : GONEAR
50. Rough : COARSE
51. Split ingredient : BANANA
52. Allan-___ : ADALE
53. Light aircraft : BLIMPS
54. Laundry cycle : RINSE
55. Bay duck : SCAUP
56. Arabic or Aramaic : SEMITIC
57. Tenderly, in music : AMOROSO
58. Texas hardship : LAREDOORDEAL
60. Layer: Prefix : STRAT
62. Secure : FASTEN
63. Walk proudly : STRUT
65. ___ Domingo : SANTO
68. Lug : CARRY
69. Slender stalk : SPEAR
70. Direct a helmsman : CONN
72. Casanova : RAKE
74. Afflicted with paludism : MALARIAL
75. Proof : EVIDENCE
76. Took a break : RECESSED
79. Amen : SOBEIT
80. More vulgar : CRASSER
81. Kind of bond : WAR
82. Be human : ERR
84. Busy places in June : ALTARS
85. Joker : KIDDER
86. ___ pieces : GOTO
88. Musical passage : INTRO
90. Fall beverage : CIDER
91. Fastener : HASP
92. Overture follower : ACTI
93. Elec. units : AMPS
94. Not one, in Dogpatch : NARY
95. Amphora feature : ANSA
98. Soap ingredient : LYE
100. A follower : ONE
101. Cartogram : MAP
102. Mil. address : APO

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