Irene Smullyan
Irene Smullyan 

DOS-À-DOS

New York Times, Sunday, August 16, 1992

Author: Irene Smullyan
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 70, Avg Word Len: 5.30, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 540 (avg 1.46)
Open Squares: 118, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 8, XRef: 0
Irene Smullyan has 19 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
JimH notes: A correction was published for this puzzle. Here's the text:

In [this puzzle], part of an answer was misspelled. The "complicated collaboration" (114A, third line from the bottom) included Richard Rodgers (not Rogers).
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© 1992, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Wood sorrel : OCA
4. Ejected : SPEWED
10. Tu-144's : SSTS
14. Funest : FATAL
19. Via : PER
20. Kiribati's capital : TARAWA
21. Baltic-North Sea capital : KIEL
22. Vapid : INANE
23. Gibus or kady : HAT
24. UNACCEPTABLE ROMANCE : EREVENIUGLANCELOT
27. "East Lynne" heroine : ISABEL
29. Armenian capital : ERIVAN
30. Affiance : BETROTH
31. Do roadwork : REPAVE
32. ___ Paulo, Brazil : SAO
33. Agent : ASSIGNEE
34. Complied with commands : OBEYED
37. Gad : ROAM
40. Plaything : TOY
41. Graf ___ : SPEE
43. TOPSY-TURVY FRIENDSHIP : SAIHTYPDAMON
47. "___ longa, vita brevis" : ARS
50. Abounding in monticles : HILLY
52. Wild plum : SLOE
53. He goes where congers congregate : EELER
54. Entrance for Clementine's dad : ADIT
55. Grampus : ORC
56. DISORDERLY PARTNERSHIP : EDYLCBONNIE
59. Campaign issue : CRIME
60. Captivate : ENAMOR
62. Distort : SKEW
63. Spots for lounge lizards : SETTEES
65. Lacking vitality : ANEMIC
67. Heavy wts. : TNS
69. Most certain : SUREST
71. Curtain feature : TIEBACK
74. French coins: 1929-38 : ECUS
77. Some floor layers : TILERS
79. Contemn : SCORN
81. CONFUSING AMORISTS : SINODAVENUS
84. Japanese money of account : RIN
85. Diminutive coloratura : PONS
86. John Wilkes Booth, e.g. : ACTOR
87. Opera by Handel : NERO
88. Party leader? : EMCEE
90. Without limit : ANY
91. ILL-MATCHED ENCOUNTER : HTAILOGDAVID
94. Raison d'___ : ETRE
95. Also : TOO
96. Maxwell or Lanchester : ELSA
97. Galvanic: Comb. from : ELECTR
99. Compatriots : PAISANOS
103. Literary monogram : RLS
106. Metrical feet : PAEONS
109. Opposite of helter-skelter : ORDERED
110. Pontiac was one : OTTAWA
113. Gaelic poet : OSSIAN
114. COMPLICATED COLLABORATION : NIETSREMMAHROGERS
117. Mauna ___ : LOA
118. Hector : TEASE
119. Low digits : TOES
120. Hungarian-born conductor : DORATI
121. Ref's cousin : UMP
122. Ruhr city : ESSEN
123. Submerged : SANK
124. Shows clemency : SPARES
125. Fam. member : SIS
1. Biblical land: I Kings 9:28 : OPHIR
2. Desist : CEASE
3. MISGUIDED COUPLE : ARTAPOELCANTONY
4. Longshoreman's derrick : STEEVE
5. Talks : PARLEYS
6. Before, to Keats : ERE
7. Brandish : WAVE
8. Kin of hydriae : EWERS
9. Fla. coastal city : DANIA
10. Feathered Arctic pirate : SKUA
11. Placard : SIGN
12. Part of I.T.T. : TEL
13. Thick slices : SLABS
14. Dickens's forte : FICTION
15. Deficiency of vigor : ANERGY
16. Cards left over after a deal : TALON
17. "There's not ___ of mine . . . ": Shak. : ANOTE
18. River of oblivion : LETHE
25. Tusk material : IVORY
26. Wise man : NESTOR
28. Scene of cacophony : BABEL
33. Charlotte ___, Virgin Islands capital : AMALIE
35. Facile : EASY
36. Aromatic herbs : DILLS
38. Ready for business : OPEN
39. Mideastern city and gulf : ADENS
41. Ghillie or solleret : SHOE
42. City on the Elbe : PIRNA
44. Horse's ankle : HOCK
45. Jewish month : TEBET
46. Sports competitions : MEETS
47. UNRELIABLE RELATIONSHIP : ADISSERCTROILUS
48. Surround : RIM
49. Jeanne d'Arc, e.g.: Abbr. : STE
51. Petty officers : YEOMEN
54. Spinning : AREEL
57. Small quantity : DRIB
58. Possessed : OWNED
59. Red shade : CERISE
61. Former Israeli Prime Minister and family : MEIRS
64. Renowned bishop : TUTU
66. First to strike Caesar : CASCA
68. Northern European : SCAND
70. City on the Mosel : TRIER
72. Municipalities : CITIES
73. Hillock : KNOLL
75. Part of the eye : UVEA
76. Best part of Ivanisevic's game : SERVE
78. Dagger of yore : SNEE
79. Aix-les-Bains, e.g. : SPA
80. Scan or scam : CON
82. Spanish card suit : OROS
83. Short textile fibers : NOIL
86. Penitent : ATONER
89. Doles : METES
91. Become harsh, as a voice : HOARSEN
92. Singer Brooks : GARTH
93. Boxeo or béisbol : DEPORTE
95. Deadly fly : TSETSE
98. Black-currant liqueur : CASSIS
99. ___ Vecchio, at Firenze : PONTE
100. April 1 baby, e.g. : ARIES
101. Concepts : IDEAS
102. "Paradise Lost" playwright : ODETS
104. Enriches with fat : LARDS
105. Speedy descent : SWOOP
107. Wynonna Judd's mother : NAOMI
108. Cookies : SNAPS
110. Augury : OMEN
111. Chore : TASK
112. City on the Yamuna : AGRA
115. Extinct bird : MOA
116. Attention : EAR

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