Nancy Nicholson Joline
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TIPSY TITLES

New York Times, Sunday, July 23, 1989

Author:Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78, Avg Word Len: 5.19, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 500 (avg 1.38)
Open Squares: 115, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 16, XRef: 0
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© 1989, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Kind of plan : AMERICAN
9. Cloisonné component : ENAMEL
15. "¿Quién ___?" : SABE
19. Plant source of vitamin A : CAROTENE
20. Lassie's family : CANIDAE
22. Quahog : CLAM
23. Unisex Shakespearean play? : TITUSANDROGYNOUS
25. Aleutian island : ATTU
26. Nautical direction : ALEE
27. Vic's radio wife : SADE
28. Zeus, to Cronus : SON
29. Rooms at the top : GARRETS
31. Transformed : REMADE
33. Snack : NOSH
35. Swiss river : AARE
36. Souls : ANIMAS
40. Eliot poem on the rewards of dieting? : THEWAISTBAND
44. Waters the garden : HOSES
45. Truth, in Confucianism : TAO
46. Site of the patella : KNEE
47. Pablo's uncle : TIO
48. Country song from a Gershwin musical? : EMBRACEABLEEWE
54. Kind of price : ASKING
56. Actress Rehan : ADA
57. "___ right with the world" : ALLS
58. Diva Stevens : RISE
60. Theater part : LOGE
61. Pillages : DESPOILS
64. Olympic event : LUGE
66. At full speed : AMAIN
69. Woolf work on the joy of housework? : ABROOMOFONESOWN
72. Kepi part : VISOR
73. "L' ___ c'est moi" : ETAT
74. Norman and Walloon, e.g. : DIALECTS
78. Traverse : SPAN
80. Land in Eur. : AUST
82. Bank claim : LIEN
83. Scandinavian coin : ORE
84. N.B.A. men : CAGERS
87. Fitzgerald's tale for tots? : THELASTRACCOON
92. Perseghian : ARA
93. Fervor : HEAT
95. City in Neb. : ORD
96. "Ars gratia ___" : ARTIS
97. Updike work on cooking wild game? : RABBITDELUXE
101. ___ Pointe, Mich. : GROSSE
102. Blessing : BOON
103. City on the Oka : OREL
104. Guides : STEERS
108. Unbranded calf, to cowboys : LONGEAR
110. Alma-___, U.S.S.R. city : ATA
112. Chip in a chip : ANTE
113. Cartoonist Soglow : OTTO
117. Alan or Robert : ALDA
118. Freed-Brown film musical re commuters? : SINGININTHETRAIN
122. Match : PAIR
123. Air: Comb. form : PNEUMAT
124. Went over again : RETRACED
125. Exam for a teen : PSAT
126. Long-running show : GREASE
127. "Hamlet" setting : ELSINORE
1. Recorded proceedings : ACTA
2. Knightwear : MAIL
3. Famed artist-designer : ERTE
4. Rake : ROUE
5. Porter's "___ De-Lovely" : ITS
6. Stops : CEASES
7. Former Indochinese kingdom : ANNAM
8. "I Pagliacci" wife : NEDDA
9. Writer Umberto : ECO
10. Emulates Xanthippe : NAGS
11. "Tennis, ___?" : ANYONE
12. Common bait : MINNOW
13. Tokyo before 1868 : EDO
14. Rowan and Martin's show : LAUGHIN
15. Beetle or gem : SCARAB
16. Change : ALTERATION
17. Glutton's activity : BATTENING
18. Cassowaries' kin : EMUS
21. Conductor ___-Pekka Salonen : ESA
24. Like some tape : RED
30. Estimates : RATES
31. Tabula ___ : RASA
32. Relative of etc. : ETAL
34. Tokyo drinks : SAKES
36. Onward : AHEAD
37. Words with guerre or plume : NOMDE
38. Russian log huts : ISBAS
39. Debussy's "La ___" : MER
41. Straddler : HOE
42. Word with biscuit or dog : SEA
43. Venetian official of yore : DOGE
45. Cookbook abbr. : TBS
49. "Five Graves to ___," 1943 film : CAIRO
50. Archeological site in India : ELLORA
51. Part of a k a : ALSO
52. Grain disease : ERGOT
53. Vienna, to Strauss : WIEN
55. Actor Kevin from St. Louis : KLINE
59. Not so hard : EASIER
62. "Common Sense" author : PAINE
63. Dictionary abbr. : OBS
64. Singer-actress Lenya : LOTTE
65. Capital of the Bashkir Republic : UFA
67. Flaherty South Seas film: 1926 : MOANA
68. Pointed instrument : AWL
70. Engage : MESH
71. What diaskeuasts do : EDIT
72. The life of a hobo : VAGABONDIA
75. Mud hens : COOTS
76. ___-Rivières, Quebec : TROIS
77. Sixth follower : SENSE
78. Cicatrix : SCAR
79. Bowl-shaped antennas : PARABOLAS
81. Absolute : UTTER
82. Trip tripper, for short : LSD
85. Lorelei's bailiwick : RHINE
86. Between game and match : SET
88. Bagel topper : LOX
89. Hector's protector : ARES
90. Lincoln and Maxwell : CARS
91. ___-Magnon : CRO
94. Worshipful : ADORING
98. Oscar winner in 1951 : BOGART
99. Doyle's "The Red-Headed ___" : LEAGUE
100. Last syllable of a word : ULTIMA
101. Hails : GREETS
105. Japanese land unit : TAN
106. ___ nous : ENTRE
107. Lucy's TV pal : ETHEL
108. Northern nomad : LAPP
109. Horned viper : ASP
111. Collections of sayings : ANAS
113. Algerian port : ORAN
114. Tex-Mex treat : TACO
115. Opera-house feature : TIER
116. Marcel's wave : ONDE
119. Abner's father : NER
120. Social follower : ITE
121. Cycle starter : TRI

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