LITERAL TRANSLATIONS

New York Times, Sunday, August 8, 1993

Author: Tom Underhill
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 72, Avg Word Len: 5.27, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 558 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 127, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 22, XRef: 0
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© 1993, The New York Times
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1. Dative or ablative : CASE
5. Kind of shot : SLAP
9. Enough, Antonio! : BASTA
14. Circle meas. : DIAM
18. Env. word : ATTN
19. Apples or pears : POMES
21. Spontaneous remark : ADLIB
22. Cuba, for one : ISLA
23. Children's-song character : THETHEFARMERDELL
26. Place for change : SLOT
27. Heavy rains : TORRENTS
28. Hirsch of football fame : ELROY
29. Go to a diner : EATOUT
31. Slammin' Sam and family : SNEADS
32. Hunter in the sky : ORION
33. ___-dah (affected) : LAHDI
34. Madison Ave. products : ADS
35. Byron's "The Lament of ___" : TASSO
36. Doe or ewe : FEMALE
39. Chiropterous : BATTY
42. "The evil that men ___": Shak. : DOTHEMLIVES
44. Likely : APT
47. Billy Ray Cyrus's "___ Breaky Heart" : ACHY
48. Kemo ___, Tonto's "trusty scout" : SABE
49. Pumping material : IRON
50. Twice DCCLI : MDII
51. Map abbr. : RTE
52. First Commandment phrase : OTHERGODSME
56. Moldovan city, to Romanians : CAHUL
57. Acrobatic feat : BACKBEND
59. Lariat : RIATA
60. Hierophant : PRIEST
61. This might be a garden : ARENA
62. Cash holders : TILLS
63. Rhone tributary : SAONE
64. Pester : HARASS
66. "And leaves soul ___ little": Browning : FREEA
67. Ventilation shafts : AIRWELLS
70. Architectural piers : ANTAE
71. A real pal : NEAFRIENDED
73. Bishopric : SEE
74. A Wash. airport : NATL
75. Phoenix's N.B.A. team : SUNS
76. Stag or stallion : MALE
77. Author Hunter : EVAN
78. Hockey-stick wood : ASH
79. "Is this a dagger ___": Macbeth : WHICHISEEME
83. Concerning : ANENT
84. Lacking vigor : EFFETE
86. Free-for-all : MELEE
87. Explosive, for short : TNT
88. "___ in the Dark," 1964 film : ASHOT
90. Rough handler : PAWER
91. Distillery residue : POTALE
94. Singing group : CHORUS
96. "Cave ___" : CANEM
97. "___ of Fire," 1981 film : CHARIOTS
99. Bitter : TART
100. "Hail, Caesar, ___ you" (gladiators' cry) : WEWTODIEHOSALUTE
103. Composer Barraine : ELSA
104. Soviet collective : ARTEL
105. Meager : SCANT
106. Foil's cousin : EPEE
107. Poor grades : DEES
108. Founded : BASED
109. Has markers out : OWES
110. Vargueno, for one : DESK
1. Suffragette Carrie ___ : CATT
2. A Dumas character : ATHOS
3. Unforgiving : STERN
4. Plea : ENTREATY
5. Decreases the bankroll : SPENDS
6. Baffs a golf ball : LOFTS
7. Latin I word : AMAS
8. For each : PER
9. "Cheers" site : BARROOM
10. Append : ADDON
11. Weaver's reed : SLEY
12. Sesame : TIL
13. Competent : ABLE
14. Proximal's opposite : DISTAL
15. Succumbs to Cupid's arrows : ISLOHEADHEELSVE
16. Not sotto voce : ALOUD
17. Salminen of the Met : MATTI
20. James Bond foe : SMERSH
24. Intoxicating : HEADY
25. Beethoven's "Für ___" : ELISE
30. Word of woe : ALAS
32. Western : OATER
35. "And so ___": Pepys : TOBED
36. Terra ___ : FIRMA
37. Bacchanalian cry : EVOE
38. "Tin ___," 1987 film : MEN
39. Cutting remark : BARB
40. "___ Sanctorum" : ACTA
41. Put ___ (invert, in a way) : THECARTTHEHORSE
42. Desertlike region of the Arabian Peninsula : DAHNA
43. Combat zone : LISTS
45. Name of many popes : PIUS
46. Joust : TILT
48. British guns : STENS
50. "Dirigo" is its motto : MAINE
52. Corpulent : OBESE
53. "Good ___!" (Charlie Brown's cry) : GRIEF
54. Edmonton hockey player : OILER
55. ___ Lama : DALAI
56. Three, to a couple : CROWD
58. South African pen for animals : KRAAL
60. Cole Porter song: 1929 : PAREE
62. Warhol film: 1970 : TRASH
63. Move edgewise : SIDLE
64. Mandlikova of tennis : HANA
65. Anthologies : ANAS
66. Fagin, for one : FENCE
67. "What's in ___?" : ANAME
68. Jack Sprat's diet : LEAN
69. Transmitted : SENT
71. Nice night : NUIT
72. Arab bigwig : EMEER
75. Pronoun for a calico cat : SHE
77. Involved necessarily : ENTAILED
79. Labor org. : WFTU
80. "___ Cowhand," Mercer song : IMANOLD
81. Emulated Dorcas : SEWED
82. Aromatic resins : ELEMIS
83. Bone cavities : ANTRA
85. L.B.J.'s first Supreme Court appointee : FORTAS
87. Drinks to : TOASTS
88. Emulated John Lithgow : ACTED
89. Fissile rock : SHALE
90. Like a Maltese cross: Var. : PATEE
91. Princess, e.g. : PHONE
92. Jeweler's lens : LOUPE
93. Diminutive suffixes : ETTES
95. Clean the orlop : SWAB
96. Wt. measures, in London : CWTS
97. Quid, in Dogpatch : CHAW
98. Search for : SEEK
101. Epoch : ERA
102. He wrote "The Name of the Rose" : ECO

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