FIRST-NAME FILLIPS

New York Times, Sunday, July 22, 1984

Author: Mildred Church
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 86, Avg Word Len: 5.07, Missing: { Q X }, Scrabble score: 545 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 120, Cheaters: 15, FITB: 6, XRef: 0
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6. Artemis, to Cato : DIANA
11. Compass point : ENE
14. Rural steps : STILE
19. Unsoiled : CLEAN
20. Word with city or man : INNER
21. "L'état, c'est ___" : MOI
22. He wrote "The Shield of Achilles" : AUDEN
23. Attack a Scottish singer-composer? : HARRYLAUDER
25. Dun a designer? : BILLBLASS
27. Swinburne is one : ISLE
28. Malignant giant : OGRE
29. Cheesy : CASEOUS
30. Schuss, e.g. : SKI
31. A suitor in "The Rivals" : ACRES
32. Site of Cortez's peak : DARIEN
33. From a great distance : AFAR
37. Capital of Nicaragua : MANAGUA
39. Douse the lights : DARKEN
40. Estuary : RIA
41. Do some prying on a Plains man? : JIMMYCARTER
44. Dolphins' home : MIAMI
46. Gemstones : OPALS
48. Made one's salt : EARNED
49. Preserved : CANNED
50. Type of drum : SNARE
51. Emporium : MART
52. Small fissure : CHINK
53. Bit of land in a river : AIT
54. Mussulman : MOSLEM
56. Ireland's ___ Islands : ARAN
57. D.A.'s prerequisite : LLB
60. Fabulous bird : ROC
61. Harass a composer? : HECTORBERLIOZ
64. Pinna : EAR
65. Genetic initials : DNA
66. Cinereous : ASHY
67. Tops : APICES
68. Salutation to Scipio : AVE
69. Famed Polish soprano : RAISA
71. Matinee idol Novello: 1893–1951 : IVOR
72. Fallen fictional house : USHER
74. Substantiate : VERIFY
76. Tap : FAUCET
79. Frolics : PLAYS
80. Bouquet : AROMA
81. Scar a triumvir? : MARKANTHONY
83. Wire measure : MIL
84. Composer famed for oratorios : HANDEL
85. Accumulates : AMASSES
89. Cronies : PALS
91. Sonatas' finales : RONDOS
92. Denmark's ___ Islands : FAROE
94. Cook's abbr. : TSP
95. Handler : WIELDER
97. Flat or pig follower : IRON
98. Jot : IOTA
99. Puncture a man of letters? : GOREVIDAL
102. Phone a writer? : RINGLARDNER
105. Author de la Ramée : OUIDA
106. Baseball's Mel : OTT
107. Chicanery : FRAUD
108. Vigilant : ALERT
109. Shakespearean forest : ARDEN
110. Teachers' org. : NEA
111. Tubes from ships' pumps : DALES
112. "Gondoliers" lass : TESSA
1. Division : SCHISM
2. "The Last Frontier" : ALASKA
3. Small European falcon : MERLIN
4. Like the Hubbard cupboard : BARE
5. Even one : ANY
6. Explanatory chart : DIAGRAM
7. Take effect : INURE
8. Chilean heights : ANDES
9. Born : NEE
10. Depot abbr. : ARR
11. Used a gangplank : EMBARKED
12. More uproarious : NOISIER
13. Ruth McKenney's sister : EILEEN
14. Elephant boy of films : SABU
15. Oklahoma oil center : TULSA
16. "Sweet" girl : IDA
17. Bandleader Brown : LES
18. Ems halved : ENS
24. Certain deputies, for short : LOCUMS
26. Actor Chaney : LON
29. ___ blanche : CARTE
31. Lissome : AGILE
32. Sock saver : DARN
34. Exempt a coach? : FRANKLEAHY
35. "Je t'___" : AIME
36. Foray : RAID
38. Slightly open : AJAR
39. Snakebird : DARTER
42. Ebullient : YEASTY
43. Tenor Bergonzi : CARLO
44. City on the Rhein : MAINZ
45. Caravansary : INN
46. Lily's relative : ONION
47. Caress a comedienne? : PATCARROLL
49. Utter confusion : CHAOS
50. Chalcedony : SARD
51. Arabica coffee : MOCHA
52. Colonial newscaster : CRIER
54. Disordered : MESSY
55. First president of Gabon : MBA
56. She wrote "Hospital Sketches" : ALCOTT
58. Washes : LAVES
59. Rabbit's title : BRER
61. Israeli port : HAIFA
62. Adjective for "Beowulf" : EPICAL
63. Split : RIVEN
70. Intention : AIM
72. Bones attached to ginglymi : ULNAE
73. States : SAYS
74. Musical improvisation : VAMP
75. Silkworm : ERIA
76. Alluvial deposit of a stream : FANDELTA
77. Fire : ARDOR
78. Waikiki strings, for short : UKES
79. Old Italian orchard goddess : POMONA
81. Behest : MANDATE
82. Lloyd and Teen : HAROLDS
84. Clutch tightly : HOLDON
86. Rollers in a saw : STONES
87. Chemical compounds : ESTERS
88. Laconian capital : SPARTA
90. Borg or Bergman : SWEDE
91. Defendants, in law : REI
92. Last exam : FINAL
93. Wrangle : ARGUE
96. Terrible one : IVAN
98. Otiose : IDLE
99. Gazelle : GOA
100. "___ Mutual Friend": Dickens : OUR
101. Free (of) : RID
102. Postal initials : RFD
103. Retiree's nest egg: Abbr. : IRA
104. British nark's U.S. counterpart : RAT

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