Irene Smullyan
Irene Smullyan 

HOLLYWOOD BOUQUET

New York Times, Sunday, September 24, 1989

Author: Irene Smullyan
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 168, Blocks: 94, Avg Word Len: 5.18, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 642 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 143, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 15, XRef: 0
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© 1989, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Nautical term : ABEAM
6. Sleight of hand : MAGIC
11. May or Charles : CAPE
15. Pound, as in a mortar : BRAY
19. Cruel master : LEGREE
21. Mennonite : AMISH
22. Capital of South Yemen : ADEN
23. Carroll heroine : ALICE
24. The indestructible Miss Bailey : PEARLYEVERLASTING
27. Maillol's favorite subject : NUDES
28. Terminus : END
29. Lunatic of old : DEMENT
30. King of the Amorites: Num. 21:21 : SIHON
31. Tun : VAT
32. Large European tree : LIN
33. Devices for heating liquids : ETNAS
34. Kind of mite or peak : WIDOWS
37. Burrowing rodent : HAMSTER
42. More underhanded : SLIER
43. Party of a sort : FETE
44. Monopolize : HOG
46. Wading bird : AVOCET
47. The lovable Mr. Holden : SWEETWILLIAM
50. U.N. org. : ILO
51. Eastern Church monasteries : LAURAS
52. Scup : PORGY
53. Swiss river : AARE
54. Brouhaha : STIR
55. QE1 or QE2 : LINER
56. Like certain beaches : SURFY
57. Fast : RAPID
59. Fragment : PIECE
60. Der ___ (Adenauer) : ALTE
61. Russian communities : MIRS
62. De Mille or Rhodes : CECIL
63. Famous evolutionist : DARWIN
64. Gentleman farmer's degree : MSA
65. Mork in tatters : RAGGEDROBIN
68. Flavoring substance : ORGEAT
69. Bury : INHUME
71. Capital of Seine-Maritime : ROUEN
72. Set straight : ORIENT
73. N.Y.'s geographic center : ONEIDA
74. The irrepressible Midler : BOUNCINGBET
76. High priest : ELI
79. Dahl or Francis : ARLENE
80. ___-et-un (gambling game) : VINGT
81. Desiccated : ARID
82. Foie ___ (table delicacy) : GRAS
83. Part of a black suit : SPADE
84. Indian princess : RANEE
85. Do a framer's job : REMAT
87. Icy : GELID
88. So : THUS
89. Ballad : SONG
90. Broadcast : AIRED
91. Fox or jackal : CANINE
92. Poetic contraction : OER
93. The adorable Miss Pickford : BLUEEYEDMARY
96. Ancient Greek colony : AEOLIA
97. Herb for McClanahan : RUE
98. Bonnie one : LASS
99. Common mosquito : AEDES
100. Spread out : SPLAYED
101. Envelope protecting a record : SLEEVE
103. Nodded : ERRED
104. "The pig was ___" : EAT
105. ___ de Calais : PAS
106. "Life is an ___ itself . . . ": O. W. Holmes Jr. : ENDIN
107. Notorious mischief-maker : DENNIS
110. Cousin of kvass : ALE
113. Icy pinnacle : SERAC
116. Miss Heming as a partner in crime : CONFEDERATEVIOLET
119. Period : EPOCH
120. Cordon ___ (top chef) : BLEU
121. Edict in Odessa : UKASE
122. One who sidesteps : EVADER
123. Social attribute : TACT
124. Hall, in Hamburg : SAAL
125. A concern of Whittier : METER
126. End of a Gertrude Stein quote : AROSE
1. Mont Blanc, e.g. : ALPE
2. "I've ___ to London . . . " : BEEN
3. Mild expletive : EGAD
4. Airport abbr. : ARR
5. Pinochle play : MELD
6. Expert : MAVEN
7. Verily : AMEN
8. Encircled : GIRT
9. St. John or St. Thomas : ISL
10. Bonos' baby : CHASTITY
11. Members of a medieval sect : CATHARI
12. Juan's goodbye : ADIOS
13. Writer Robert ___ Warren : PENN
14. Siamese twin : ENG
15. Popeye's nemesis : BLUTO
16. Divest : RID
17. The Red Baron, e.g. : ACE
18. Permissive word : YES
20. Ocelli : EYELETS
23. Crown of flowers : ANADEM
25. Eastern potentate : EMIR
26. Tendon : SINEW
31. Curriculum ___ : VITAE
33. Poetic tribute : ELEGY
34. Bizarre : WEIRD
35. Tomlinson shooting the rapids : WHITEWATERLILY
36. Seek : SOLICIT
37. Subject of Tennyson's "In Memoriam" : HALLAM
38. Serves : AVAILS
39. Hardy friend at Pikes Peak : MOUNTAINLAUREL
40. Pebbly rubble : SCREE
41. Speed : TEAR
42. Gurth, in "Ivanhoe" : SERF
43. Thresh : FLAIL
45. Bridge whiz : GOREN
47. Euphorbia : SPURGE
48. An anagram for sower : WORSE
49. Poor man's mink : LAPIN
54. Circe, e.g. : SIREN
56. Ess : SIGMA
57. Violin precursor : REBEC
58. Small seeds of grapes : ACINI
59. Debra of Hollywood : PAGET
61. Bea Arthur role : MAUDE
62. Dracula, for one : COUNT
63. Sere : DRIED
65. Lorelei's river : RHINE
66. Bee sound : DRONE
67. Stendahl's "Le ___ et le noir" : ROUGE
68. Satellite's path : ORBIT
70. Lacks : NEEDS
72. Sweet Rosie : OGRADY
73. Eurydice's beloved : ORPHEUS
74. Jag : BINGE
75. Designator : NAMER
77. Singer Kazan : LAINIE
78. "Ding-Dong! the Witch ___" : ISDEAD
79. Actress in "The Maltese Falcon" : ASTOR
80. Windmill parts : VANES
82. Columbus's hometown : GENOA
84. Awaken : ROUSE
85. Frosty : RIMED
86. Ages : ERAS
87. Manxman, e.g. : GAEL
89. Croats and Czechs : SLAVS
90. Postscript : ADDENDUM
91. Kind of audience : CAPTIVE
93. Etiolate : BLEACH
94. Quantity alongside a barn : YARDFUL
95. Spooky : EERIE
100. Rational : SANE
102. Excess of solar over lunar year : EPACT
103. Nine: Comb. form : ENNEA
104. Diarize : ENTER
106. ___ weed, rangeland plant : EOLA
107. Mild expletive : DRAT
108. Leisure : EASE
109. Hindu god : SIVA
110. Actor ___ Ray : ALDO
111. Residue : LEES
112. Raison d'___ : ETRE
113. Beauty-parlor service : SET
114. Govt. agency : EPA
115. Fabled big bird : ROC
116. Network initials : CBS
117. Monogram of a musical Duke : EKE
118. Means of propulsion : OAR

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