STRUCTURAL WORKS

New York Times, Sunday, August 14, 1988

Author: Joy L. Wouk
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 74, Avg Word Len: 5.24, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 536 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 113, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 7, XRef: 0, Spans: 2
Joy L. Wouk has 124 pre-Shortz puzzles and 9 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1988, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Anthropologist Margaret : MEAD
5. Comprehension : GRASP
10. Old cries of contempt : PHOS
14. Bust's opposite : BOOM
18. Peak : ACME
19. QE2, e.g. : LINER
20. Sweet-smelling : OLENT
21. Taj Mahal site : AGRA
22. Wilder novel : THEBRIDGEOFSANLUISREY
26. Turned's partner : TOSSED
27. Thrown skyward : UPCAST
28. What QB's wish to gain : YDS
29. North Sea feeder : EMS
30. G-men : FEDS
32. One-horned fish : UNIE
33. Pt. of H.R.E. : EMP
35. Glossy silk fabric : ALAMODE
39. W. H. Hudson novel : GREENMANSIONS
45. Like knobs : NODAL
46. Bog : MORASS
48. Knead, formerly : ELT
49. Malayan boat : PROA
50. Vicki Baum novel : GRANDHOTEL
52. Writer Hammett : DASHIELL
54. Riga native : LETT
55. Hautboy : OBOE
56. Aquatic mammals : SEALS
59. In the least : ATALL
60. He wrote "The Hairy Ape" : ONEILL
62. Eats with others : PARTAKES
64. "L.A. Law" actress : DEY
65. Walpole novel, with "The" : CASTLEOFOTRANTO
70. Wheel projection : CAM
73. Church parts : STEEPLES
74. Painter André: 1880-1954 : DERAIN
78. Adjust oneself : ADAPT
80. Sparables : NAILS
81. "Die Frau ___ Schatten": R. Strauss : OHNE
84. ___ time (pronto) : INNO
85. Sartre, e.g. : PARISIAN
87. Tuchman work, with "The" : PROUDTOWER
89. Tumult : RIOT
90. Orléans-to-Paris dir. : NNE
91. Garment with short flaps : COATEE
93. Tocsin : ALARM
94. Remarque novel : ARCHOFTRIUMPH
97. Goes back in thought : REVERTS
99. Suffragette's monogram : SBA
100. Rowan, e.g. : TREE
101. Ratio words : ISTO
102. Snoop : PRY
105. Miss Hogg : IMA
107. Cloud type : CIRRUS
109. Character in "King Lear" : ALBANY
114. Hawthorne novel, with "The" : HOUSEOFTHESEVENGABLES
118. As to : INRE
119. French ballot boxes : URNES
120. Street show : RAREE
121. Garbo film: 1927 : LOVE
122. Tardy : LATE
123. They fail to pass the bar : SOTS
124. Large numbers : SLEWS
125. Deneb, e.g. : STAR
1. N.T. starter : MATT
2. Lover of Narcissus : ECHO
3. Iowa college town : AMES
4. Five-time Presidential candidate : DEBS
5. Moved smoothly : GLIDED
6. Disencumber : RID
7. Aberdeen ___ cattle : ANGUS
8. Ooze : SEEP
9. Pertaining to obtaining : PROCURAL
10. Typewriter part : PLATEN
11. Leghorn : HEN
12. As recently as : ONLY
13. To whom profs proffer ideas : STUDENTS
14. ___-relief : BAS
15. Monster : OGRE
16. Utah city : OREM
17. Baseball Hall of Famer : MAYS
20. Actor Davis et al. : OSSIES
23. Pleat again : REFOLD
24. Poets' temples : FANES
25. Doctrines : ISMS
31. Disband troops : DEMOB
34. Small singing bird : PIPIT
35. Certain American : ANGLO
36. A 1961 Oscar winner : LOREN
37. Radio's "___ With Judy" : ADATE
38. Having prophetic power : MANTIC
39. Victory, in Aberdeen : GREE
40. Small, brown, applelike fruit : MEDLAR
41. Neighbor of Siberia : ALASKA
42. Mountain nymph : OREAD
43. ___ prosequi : NOLLE
44. Quip : SALLY
47. A Siouan : OTO
51. Composer of "The Planets" : HOLST
53. Dispatch : HASTE
56. Bank items : SAFES
57. Piccadilly Circus figure : EROS
58. Business abbr. : ATT
61. Shoemakers' needs : LASTS
62. Head : POLL
63. Done : ENDED
66. Renter : TENANT
67. Not so chubby : LEANER
68. A New Hebrides island : EPI
69. Young Babe Ruth : ORIOLE
70. Film maker Frank : CAPRA
71. Deborah of "Dynasty" : ADAIR
72. Rabat's country, to Marie : MAROC
75. Sadat : ANWAR
76. Dull : INERT
77. Standards : NORMS
79. Gists : PITHS
81. Straight: Comb. form : ORTH
82. Garden tool : HOE
83. Sudanese people : NUERS
86. Notorious : INFAMOUS
87. Wall painters' associates : PAPERERS
88. Table, in Napoli : TAVOLA
91. Radium discoverers : CURIES
92. Hebrew measures : OMERS
95. Theater award : OBIE
96. Induces scratching : ITCHES
98. Stories in a maison : ETAGES
101. Grenoble's river : ISERE
102. Comedian Silvers : PHIL
103. Author Jaffe : RONA
104. Mongolian felt tent : YURT
106. Hair style : AFRO
108. Of grapes : UVAL
110. Some containers: Abbr. : BBLS
111. "Thanks ___" : ALOT
112. Leningrad's river : NEVA
113. North Sea feeder : YSER
115. Bishopric : SEE
116. Explosive : TNT
117. Recent : NEW

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