THE SUNNY SIDE

New York Times, Sunday, August 2, 1992

Author:Joy L. Wouk
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 74, Avg Word Len: 5.24, Missing: { K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 531 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 113, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 15, XRef: 0, Spans: 1
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© 1992, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Mother of Ishmael : HAGAR
6. Small drink : SIP
9. Nomadic reindeer herders : LAPPS
14. Merriment : GLEE
18. Busy airport : OHARE
19. Bakery employee : ICER
21. Grenoble's river : ISERE
22. An incarnation of Vishnu : RAMA
23. Epic blank-verse sequel by John Milton : PARADISEREGAINED
26. Eager : AVID
27. Brazilian seaport : BELEM
28. Egyptian setting-sun god : TEM
29. Soft-shell clams : STEAMERS
31. "A thing of beauty is ___": Keats : AJOYFOREVER
35. Bridge supports : PIERS
36. Where Aaron died : HOR
37. Novelist Trump : IVANA
38. Munchausen, e.g. : BARON
40. Shores (up) : PROPS
45. Galahad's mother : ELAINE
47. Accept philosophically : GRINANDBEARIT
50. Walk between trees : ALLEE
51. Kind of leather : TOOLED
52. Female water spirit : UNDINE
53. Textile worker : DYER
54. Places for dancers : BARNS
56. Descry : ESPY
59. Actress Skye : IONE
60. "Whose woods these ___ think I know": Frost : AREI
61. Source of the Mississippi : ITASCA
64. Cheekbone : MALAR
65. An American's right : THEPURSUITOFHAPPINESS
71. Hindu princes : RANAS
72. Mad : INSANE
73. Nice night : NUIT
74. Land owned absolutely in feudal days : ALOD
75. La ___ tar pits : BREA
76. Lifetime, to Livy : AETAS
78. What Sandburg called "a bucket of ashes" : PAST
82. Some are flying : COLORS
84. Sand-trap shots : BLASTS
87. Italian food staple : PASTA
88. "A ___ I have won . . . ": Shak. : HEAVENONEARTH
91. Opticians' products : LENSES
92. Attempt, in √Čvian : ESSAI
93. Nita of the silents : NALDI
94. H. Hoover or H. Wallace : IOWAN
97. William Corcoran endowment : ART
98. Salad ingredient : CRESS
100. Elated : ONCLOUDNINE
103. Most carefree : BLITHEST
107. Explorer Johnson : OSA
108. Provide (with) : ENDUE
109. Le Roi d'Ys" composer : LALO
110. "She was a ___": Wordsworth : PHANTOMOFDELIGHT
116. Northern capital : OSLO
117. Situate : POSIT
118. De Witt Clinton's "ditch" : ERIE
119. Israeli coin : AGORA
120. Reporter's question : WHEN
121. Pool member : STENO
122. Westchester inst. : CNR
123. Wat Tyler was one : REBEL
1. Lindy or bunny chaser : HOP
2. Eureka! : AHA
3. Needlefish : GAR
4. "The Sheik of ___" : ARABY
5. Set new boundaries : REDEFINE
6. Canaanite military leader : SISERA
7. Vestigial vendors : ICEMEN
8. For each : PER
9. Novelist O'Flaherty : LIAM
10. "___ Lay Dying": Faulkner : ASI
11. Retiree's concern : PENSION
12. Feign : PRETEND
13. Passover feast : SEDER
14. Metric weight : GRAM
15. Wash : LAVE
16. Eastern V.I.P. : EMIR
17. St. Louis bridge builder : EADS
20. Anatomical network : RETE
24. TV's "___ Lucy" : ILOVE
25. Burrowing rodent : GERBIL
30. Colo. resort : ASPEN
31. Forward : AHEAD
32. In good spirits : JOLLY
33. Papal cape : ORALE
34. Railroad car, in Valladolid : VAGON
35. Uttar-___, India : PRADESH
39. Henri's donkey : ANE
41. Unit of angular measurement : RADIAN
42. A troupial : ORIOLE
43. Auricles : PINNAS
44. Guides : STEERS
46. Cash attachment : IER
48. ___ Alverio (Rita Moreno) : ROSITA
49. Bull's order : BUY
51. Group of three : TRIUNE
54. Hiemal sound in comics : BRR
55. Odin, Thor et al. : AESIR
57. Treats inadequately : SCANTS
58. ___ New Guinea : PAPUA
60. "___ Italien": Strauss : AUS
62. The smart set : TON
63. " . . . ___ of fat things . . . ": Isa. 25:6 : AFEAST
64. Sch. near Harvard : MIT
65. Windpipe: Comb. form : TRACHE
66. Glorioles : HALOES
67. Towns in Ark. and Pa. : ENOLAS
68. Galileo taught there : PADOVA
69. Actress Sanford et al. : ISABELS
70. ___-aller (last resort) : PIS
75. Degree for a hosp. worker : BSN
77. Element of a moral code : ETHIC
78. He lost his shadow : PAN
79. Very, to Verdi : ASSAI
80. Violinist born in Russia : STERN
81. Sample : TASTE
83. Author of "The Greening of America" : REICH
85. Terhune canine : LAD
86. Like a Puccini product : ARIOSO
87. Like part of a grandfather clock : PENDULAR
89. Not part of a series : ONESHOT
90. U.S. Open singles champ: 1972 : NASTASE
91. Magna cum ___ : LAUDE
95. Kind of synthetic textile fiber : OLEFIN
96. Stevland Morris from Saginaw : WONDER
99. Corded fabrics : REPPS
101. Reputation : NAME
102. Snow, in Sedan : NEIGE
103. Use a bubble pipe : BLOW
104. Mascara recipient : LASH
105. A river at Rennes : ILLE
106. A framer of Roger Rabbit : TOON
107. Palindromic emperor : OTTO
111. She wrote "Solar Barque" : NIN
112. A cetacean : ORC
113. Swabbie : GOB
114. Otto I's dom. : HRE
115. A Russian chess master : TAL

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