CONSTITUTIONAL

New York Times, Sunday, September 13, 1987

Author: John Dreyer
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 72, Avg Word Len: 5.27, Missing: { J Z }, Scrabble score: 549 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 132, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 7, XRef: 0
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1. Lab vessel : BEAKER
7. Joys : BLISSES
14. Apothecaries' weights : DRAMS
19. A living Dahl : ARLENE
20. Refractory : RESTIVE
21. "We ___ amused" : ARENOT
22. ___ Raiders (consumers' group) : NADERS
23. In very high dudgeon : ENRAGED
24. River in Bolivia : MAMORE
25. At the peak : ATOP
26. " . . . ___ he drove out of sight": Moore : ERE
28. ___ Tin Tin : RIN
29. Japanese musical instrument : SAMISEN
30. Phrase from the 16th Amendment : TOLAYANDCOLLECTTAXES
35. Makes a profit : NETS
36. Year in the reign of Nero : LXI
37. Day or Hart : DORIS
38. Gray and Evans : LINDAS
41. What Oglethorpe's colonists had incurred : DEBTS
43. Org. founded in 1948 in Bogotá : OAS
44. A first name in mysteries : ERLE
48. Bedouins, for example : ARABS
49. Bookkeeper's inventory method, for short : FIFO
50. Airport for Parisians : ORLY
52. Take a yogi's position : SQUAT
53. Phrase from the 22d Amendment : MORETHANTWICE
56. Canaveral event : LAUNCH
57. Brazilian timber tree : ANDA
58. Tests ordered by DeBakey : EKGS
59. Restraint : LID
60. Lares' relatives : PENATES
61. Slayer of Tybalt : ROMEO
63. Rita's city : RIO
64. Place for a boutonniere : LAPEL
65. Venues : LOCALES
68. O.S.S. successor : CIA
69. Primitive grave : CIST
70. Make supplication : PRAY
74. Emulates Leonardo's Magi : ADORES
75. Phrase from the 15th Amendment : ACCOUNTOFRACE
78. Digs at the U. : DORMS
79. Stare stupidly : GAWK
81. Discoverer of heavy hydrogen : UREY
82. Best Actress: 1961 : LOREN
83. Supporters of the 18th Amendment : DRYS
84. Make leather : TAN
85. Antelope of India : SASIN
87. Supplies the victuals : CATERS
88. Eschews : SHUNS
90. Measure of yarn : LEA
91. Relative of Camembert : BRIE
92. Phrase in the Fourth Amendment : UNREASONABLESEARCHES
100. Billy and Otto : GRAHAMS
101. Philippine tree : IBA
102. Suffix with Washington or Hamilton : IAN
103. Assay : TEST
104. Thrift-shop objective : RESALE
105. Lincoln's Secretary of War : STANTON
108. Grain beard : ARISTA
110. Saws : ADAGES
111. Like a certain property of radiation : ACTINIC
112. Korea, to Japanese : CHOSEN
113. Meted : DOLED
114. Covent Garden, for example : THEATRE
115. People with strops : HONERS
1. Balkan agricultural region : BANAT
2. Muse of love poetry : ERATO
3. Syrupy sedative : ALDOL
4. Phrase from the Second Amendment : KEEPANDBEARARMS
5. On the way: Abbr. : ENR
6. Does an usher's job : RESEATS
7. Best of ___ : BREED
8. Nimoy, to friends : LEN
9. A neighbor of Syr. : ISR
10. Like a clear night : STARLIT
11. Signet : SIGIL
12. Trimmed to match : EVENED
13. " . . . ___ libera nos a malo" : SED
14. Kyd creations : DRAMAS
15. Blend anew : REMIX
16. Win by ___ : ANOSE
17. Traditions : MORES
18. Tommy's gun : STEN
21. Valuable violins : AMATIS
27. Hosp. personnel : RNS
29. Like some thoughts : STRAY
31. Leaven : YEAST
32. Fissures : CLEFTS
33. Part of a yoke : OXBOW
34. Not cordial : COOL
38. "Lost Horizon" priest : LAMA
39. Niblick, e.g. : IRON
40. An ointment : NARD
41. Wild dog of the Outback : DINGO
42. Word form with economic : SOCIO
44. Phrase from the 14th Amendment : EQUALPROTECTION
45. Smallest of the litter : RUNT
46. Mantilla fabric : LACE
47. Anglo-Saxon fricatives : ETHS
49. Mountebank and charlatan : FAKES
51. Memorable sportswriter Smith : RED
52. Reasonable : SANE
54. Iron-containing pigments : HEMES
55. Kind of artery or vein : ILIAC
56. Thin: Comb. form : LEPTO
60. British meat pie : PASTY
62. Cheers for Manolete : OLES
63. Haystacks : RICKS
64. Flax product : LINEN
65. He played Shane : LADD
66. Stimulus for the olfactories : ODOR
67. E. A. Robinson's Richard : CORY
68. Raven sound : CAW
69. Political subdivisions of ancient Rome : CURIAE
71. Recherché : RARE
72. Genus of maples : ACER
73. Hankerings : YENS
76. European blackbird : OUSEL
77. Knack : FLAIR
79. German mathematician: 1777-1855 : GAUSS
80. Part of A.D. : ANNO
84. A North Sea feeder : THAMES
86. Its capital is Tirana : ALBANIA
87. Famed German engraver: 1472-1553 : CRANACH
88. Part of S.W.A.K. : SEALED
89. Tattle : SNITCH
91. She played Maude : BEA
92. Hives : UREDO
93. Twangy : NASAL
94. Medical comb. form : RHAGE
95. Lessen : ABATE
96. From then until now : SINCE
97. Author of "Knulp": 1915 : HESSE
98. A component of liquor : ESTER
99. Goetz and Musial : STANS
100. Tassel flipper, for short : GRAD
105. Was in session : SAT
106. Blasting material : TNT
107. Gaelic Celtic: Abbr. : OIR
109. Pi follower : RHO

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