BODY LANGUAGE

New York Times, Sunday, August 1, 1982

Author:Jeanette K. Brill
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 72, Avg Word Len: 5.27, Missing: { F J K Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 522 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 129, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 6, XRef: 0
Jeanette K. Brill has 79 pre-Shortz puzzles and 2 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Secular : LAIC
5. Discharge : EGEST
10. Abound : TEEM
14. At full speed, poetically : AMAIN
19. Church calendar : ORDO
20. Lethargy : SOPOR
21. River or cartoonist : ARNO
22. Annuity, to Pierre : RENTE
23. Tec : PRIVATEEYE
25. Intimidated : BROWBEATEN
27. Uneven : EROSE
28. Normand of silents : MABEL
30. Plenary : ENTIRE
31. R.R. reading matter in the 40's : SCRIPT
33. Geometric figure : SOLID
34. "___ Swell," 1927 tune : THOU
35. Parts of a grand : CNOTES
36. Stylish shop : SALON
37. Furniture pieces : DRESSERS
41. Monticles : HILLS
42. Vigorous physical effort : ELBOWGREASE
44. Harper or Brenda : LEE
45. Small whirlpool : EDDY
46. Pentacle : STAR
47. Artificial: Abbr. : IMIT
48. Guide : LEAD
49. Legal matter : RES
50. Decisive conflict : ARMAGEDDON
54. Above: Prefix : SUPRA
55. Must : HASTO
58. Set right : ALIGN
59. Seal : CACHET
60. Illegal : BOOTLEG
62. Set of verses : STAVE
63. Close friend : COMRADE
64. Habituated : ENURED
65. Greek letter : THETA
66. Age : RIPEN
67. Sniggled : EELED
68. Kind of fern : MAIDENHAIR
71. Ammo material : TNT
74. See, in reference books : VIDE
75. Contented sound : PURR
76. Iowa college town : AMES
77. On the briny : ASEA
78. Noted painter of birds : EDE
79. Rosary bead : PATERNOSTER
83. Shoot of a plant : SPEAR
84. Party game : SARDINES
86. Poplar : ASPEN
87. Leave : DEPART
88. Extremities : ENDS
89. Stair part : RISER
90. Gambols : CAPERS
91. Posture : STANCE
94. Split : RIVEN
95. Arterial trunk : AORTA
96. Insincere agreement : LIPSERVICE
98. Daunt : DISHEARTEN
103. Foyt rival : UNSER
104. "___ a man with . . . " : IMET
105. Door sign : ENTER
106. Beloved of Rochester : EYRE
107. "Broom Hilda" cartoonist : MYERS
108. Only : MERE
109. He played Belasco : RAINS
110. Feat : DEED
1. Cut off : LOP
2. Timetable abbr. : ARR
3. Aug. 13 in Italy : IDI
4. On the sly : COVERTLY
5. Bars at the bar : ESTOPS
6. "For whither thou ___ . . . " : GOEST
7. Flèche weapon : EPEE
8. Oriental sauce : SOY
9. Organ device : TREMOLO
10. Clerical chore : TABBING
11. Slipped a cog : ERRED
12. Organic compound : ENOL
13. Grimace : MOW
14. Sandy : ARENOSE
15. Natural body passage : MEATUS
16. Con : ANTI
17. Where Caesar was borne : ITER
18. Hawaiian state bird : NENE
24. One sign of spring : ARIES
26. Command : BEHEST
29. Down, to Drake : ALOW
31. Sly and nasty : SNIDE
32. Snub : COLDSHOULDER
33. Native Israeli : SABRA
34. Teach : TRAIN
35. Loire feeder : CHER
36. Duplicate event : SLAM
37. Incubus, for one : DEMON
38. Taro : ELEPHANTSEAR
39. Erected : REARED
40. Composed : SEDATE
42. Ceremonial citron for Succoth : ETROG
43. Hogback : RIDGE
46. Glutted : SATED
48. Simoleons : LUCRE
51. Adjusted a loom for weaving : GATED
52. Gladden : ELATE
53. Turkish royal court : DIVAN
54. Coarse hominy : SAMP
56. " . . . lovely as ___" : ATREE
57. Pung : SLED
59. Coconut fibers : COIRS
60. Full-grown oxen : BEEVES
61. Iroquoian Indian : ONEIDA
62. Bake eggs : SHIRR
63. Court officer : CRIER
65. Vetches : TARES
68. Sordini : MUTES
69. Misanthrope : HATER
70. Kind of corner : AMEN
72. Approaches : NEARS
73. Bakery purchase : TART
75. Cater basely : PANDER
77. Seemed : APPEARED
79. Grasping apparatus : PINCERS
80. Artlessness : NAIVETE
81. Bone: Comb. form : OSSE
82. Modern British poet : SPENDER
83. Partitions : SEPTA
85. More obtuse : DENSER
87. Plucky ones : DARERS
89. Kitchen utensil : RICER
90. Octavus Roy ___ : COHEN
91. Urban blight : SLUM
92. Lilliputian : TINY
93. Vaulted church section : APSE
94. Winter sight : RIME
95. Italian wine center : ASTI
97. Enthusiasm : VIM
99. "___ Mist," 1928 piano solo : INA
100. Nautical chain : TYE
101. Prior to, to Prior : ERE
102. Sparks or Rorem : NED

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