Jim Page
Jim Page 

TRANSPORT TIE-UP

New York Times, Sunday, August 29, 1982

Author: Jim Page
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 78, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 502 (avg 1.38)
Open Squares: 106, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 18, XRef: 0
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© 1982, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Drillmaster's command : HALT
5. Mauna ___ : LOA
8. Ling-Ling or Chia-Chia : PANDA
13. Speech defect : LISP
17. Greek epic : ILIAD
19. Slip a cog : ERR
20. Liquid fat : OLEIN
21. ___ en point : ENTE
22. Strong glue : EPOXY
23. Onassis : ARI
24. Gets soaring contestants airborne : TOWSGLIDERS
27. Contradicted : DENIED
29. Bilko and Pepper : SGTS
31. Robert Burns poem : TOALOUSE
32. Religious recluse : EREMITE
35. Muse of comedy : THALIA
37. Anaconda : BOA
38. Aerial bombs : ROCS
41. Fortification : REDAN
42. Chemical endings : ENES
43. Tolkien creature : ENT
44. Debris, at sea : FLOATAGE
46. S.R.O. sites : THEATS
49. Arm bones : ULNAS
51. Eliot's "___ Deronda" : DANIEL
52. Custard-filled pastry : ECLAIR
54. Joy Adamson's charge : ELSA
56. Packs citrus fruits : CRATESLEMONS
59. Actress Adams et al. : MAUDES
63. Inhabitant : PEOPLER
65. J. B. Rhine specialty : ESP
66. Plato dialogue : ION
68. PBS program : NOVA
69. Men below a marquess : EARLS
70. Elevates vehicles, as in a garage : LIFTSCARS
74. Peaks : ACMES
75. "Das Rheingold" role : ERDA
76. Ending for cash : IER
77. " . . . woman ___ her way!": Holmes : HAS
78. Budd's beaters : LASHERS
80. Forks out : SPENDS
82. Emulates Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons : TRAINSHORSES
86. Rabbit ___ : EARS
88. Supply oxygen : AERATE
89. Perle's kin : MESTAS
92. Beanie wearer : FROSH
95. Bearing : MANNER
97. In a trifling way : PALTRILY
99. Long, long time : EON
100. Bash : SOCK
101. Cordage fiber : ISTLE
103. Wood sorrels : OCAS
104. King of Judah : ASA
105. "To ___": Burns : AMOUSE
107. Resilient : ELASTIC
109. Point or aim again : REDIRECT
111. ___-majesté : LESE
113. An Iranian language : SAKIAN
117. Sends out motorcycles : SHIPSWHEELS
119. Erode : EAT
122. River in Brazil : NEGRO
123. "___ Tired," Beatles song : IMSO
124. She created the Moffats : ESTES
125. Prefix with cool or cook : PRE
126. Pool person : STENO
127. Hammer part : PEEN
128. Eye fixedly : STARE
129. Diocese : SEE
130. Magi guide : STAR
1. Darted : HIED
2. Mont Blanc, e.g. : ALPE
3. He has his pride : LION
4. Maneuvers grounded jets : TAXIESAIRPLANES
5. Greensward : LEA
6. Ex-Bruin great : ORR
7. Awn : ARISTA
8. Size of paper : POTT
9. Cather's "___ Lady" : ALOST
10. "I Love ___ York" : NEW
11. Aloof : DISTANT
12. A Bantu language : ANGOLESE
13. Byron heroine : LEILA
14. ___-European : INDO
15. A general in 1778 : STEUBEN
16. ___ non grata : PERSONA
18. Textile worker : DYER
25. Medieval tales : LAIS
26. Laps, perhaps : SEATS
28. The old man: Ger. : DERALTE
30. Most lamblike : GENTLEST
33. Queen Elizabeth's sis : MEG
34. ___ fixes : IDEES
36. Writer Lafcadio : HEARN
38. P.O. category : RFD
39. Pay follower : OLA
40. An SST : CONCORDE
45. Freshwater ducks : TEALS
47. Sheep or swine : HAMPSHIRE
48. A–U connection : EIO
49. Part of N.A. : USA
50. Gets Hawks and Doves aloft : LAUNCHESROCKETS
53. Musical symbol : CLEF
55. K–O connection : LMN
57. Whodunit first name : ERLE
58. Bors, for one : SIR
60. Maid or cook : DOMESTIC
61. Ad infinitum : EVER
62. Soprano Silvia : SASS
63. Kues' predecessors : PEES
64. Holliday's pal : EARP
67. Frogner Park site : OSLO
71. N.Y.C. transit : IRT
72. Rats of a sort : CANARIES
73. Aide-de-camp: Abbr. : ASST
74. Charm or poise : ASSET
76. Negev locale: Abbr. : ISR
79. Ornamental bands : ARMLETS
81. Morse-code signal : DAH
83. Rows : RANKS
84. Lat. epic : AEN
85. Seven: Comb. form : HEPTA
87. Pitches woo : SMOOCHES
90. Pie ___ mode : ALA
91. CBS is one : SYS
92. Hopes' companions : FEARS
93. Vitamin C source : ROSEHIP
94. Stop ___ : ONADIME
96. Least obtuse : ACUTEST
98. Hirt and Pacino : ALS
100. Merganser : SMEW
102. Hibernates : SLEEPS
105. Torch's crime : ARSON
106. Aunt in "Oklahoma!" : ELLER
108. Fleming and Smith : IANS
110. ___ dixit : IPSE
112. Being : ESSE
114. "___ a Kick Out of You" : IGET
115. Author Bontemps : ARNA
116. Record-breaking horse : NOOR
118. Letter from Greece : ETA
120. "We ___ not amused" : ARE
121. Place for a driver : TEE

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