EPONYMS

New York Times, Sunday, July 10, 1988

Author:Kay Sullivan
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 82, Avg Word Len: 5.13, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 542 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 119, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 15, XRef: 0
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© 1988, The New York Times
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1. Writer Jong : ERICA
6. Cape Town money : RAND
10. Shade of blonde : ASH
13. NATO's defunct cousin : SEATO
18. Palindromic scanning device : RADAR
19. Hershfield hero : ABIE
20. Sandpiper : REE
21. Southwestern Amerind : APACHE
22. Feminist who helped women make great strides : AMELIAJBLOOMER
25. Ford's successor : CARTER
26. Famed observatory : PALOMAR
27. Field marshal who had something up his sleeve : LORDRAGLAN
29. Ibsen character : ASE
30. Heavyweight champion: 1934-35 : BAER
32. Melville work : OMOO
33. Notables : PERSONAGES
38. "___ quam videre" (N.C. motto) : ESSE
40. Impertinent : FLIP
44. Relative of D.S.O. : OBE
45. Rhythmical cadence : LILT
46. More Machiavellian : SLIER
47. Rational : SANE
48. Red-ink item : LOSS
50. Operatic toast of two continents : NELLIEMELBA
52. "Judith" composer : ARNE
53. Lamb who had a Mary : ELIA
54. Heraldic wreath : ORLE
55. A memorable Nelson : RICKY
56. Trollope's "Ayala's ___" : ANGEL
57. Dandie ___ (terriers) : DINMONTS
59. Uncle ___ of early TV : MILTY
60. Their wood is used for bridges : ALDERS
61. Rubber trees : ULES
62. Loves too fondly : DOTES
63. Gush : SPEW
64. Human beings, e.g. : BIPEDS
67. City on the Loire : TOURS
68. Lunch-counter features : SPECIALS
72. Baal and Baphomet : IDOLS
73. "La Plume de ma ___" : TANTE
74. Cartel formed in 1960 : OPEC
75. Brand or trademark : CHOP
76. Abound : TEEM
77. His signature led all the rest : JOHNHANCOCK
79. Mata follower : HARI
80. Relative of bye-bye : TATA
81. Eaglewood : ALOES
82. Thine, in Aix : ATOI
83. Chemical ending : INE
84. Croat, e.g. : SLAV
85. Kin of a strada : ITER
86. Painted a sign over : RELETTERED
90. A. A. Fair's real first name : ERLE
92. London domicile : FLAT
94. Bird of prey : ERN
95. She saw a ray of hope in the dark : MARIECURIE
99. Gave in : ACCEDED
103. Rescuer : SAVIOR
104. Staunch defender, contender and bitter-ender : NICOLASCHAUVIN
108. Winkles out : EJECTS
109. "___ bin ein Berliner": J.F.K. : ICH
110. Auricular : OTIC
111. More abstemious : DRIER
112. British informers : NARKS
113. Upsilon preceder : TAU
114. Pant : GASP
115. Ala. city : SELMA
1. Paleozoic, e.g. : ERA
2. Approach of a sort : RAMP
3. Inkling : IDEA
4. Memorable diva : CALLAS
5. Melodious : ARIOSO
6. Indian chief : RAJA
7. N.E. is one : ABBR
8. Nothing : NIL
9. ___ volente : DEO
10. Mail : ARMOR
11. Soothsayer : SEER
12. Wrangle : HERD
13. Etymon of spaghetti : SPAGO
14. First fast-food fancier : EARLOFSANDWICH
15. Recorded proceedings : ACTA
16. Now partner : THEN
17. Above, poetically : OER
21. "I Am ___": Van Druten : ACAMERA
23. TV sitcom : AMEN
24. Comedian Olsen : OLE
28. " . . . ___ any other name . . . " : ROSEBY
30. Ball star : BELLE
31. Once-powerful republic of NW Italy : ASTI
33. Punted : POLED
34. Mezzo role in "Don Carlos" : EBOLI
35. Varnish ingredient : RESIN
36. An anagram for alters : ALERTS
37. Mushroom features : GILLS
38. Opts : ELECTS
39. Smooth and lustrous : SILKY
41. Sweater size : LARGE
42. Kind of circle : INNER
43. Shucks : PEELS
46. Shows approval : SMILES
49. He made his mark by not making his mark : SAMUELMAVERICK
50. Canonical hours : NONES
51. Ethiopian province : ERITREA
56. Hardy villain : ALEC
58. Early car pioneer : OLDS
59. Estuaries : MOUTHS
60. "___ of troubles": Erasmus : APECK
62. Sierra Nevada pass : DONNER
63. Money in coin : SPECIE
64. Bollards : BITTS
65. Perfect : IDEAL
66. Gabriele D'Annunzio, e.g. : POETA
67. Western lake resort : TAHOE
68. Bobbin : SPOOL
69. " . . . ___ of yon gray head" : AHAIR
70. Actor Greene : LORNE
71. Played the mole : SPIED
73. Early invader of Mexico : TOLTEC
74. Double quartet : OCTET
77. Turnkeys : JAILERS
78. Ancient Japanese capital : NARA
87. Cal. or Georgia : TECH
88. "She ___ on it so light": Shak. : TREADS
89. Last : ENDURE
91. Wild scenes : RIOTS
92. Light, triangular shawl : FICHU
93. Sign of early August : LEO
95. Goya subject : MAJA
96. Maintain : AVER
97. Military group : UNIT
98. Costa ___ : RICA
99. Sale condition : ASIS
100. Letters on a Russian plane or athlete : CCCP
101. Vile anagram : EVIL
102. Per ___ : DIEM
103. E.M.K. is one : SEN
105. Nautical record : LOG
106. Alma-___, Soviet city : ATA
107. Hunter's org. : NRA

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