Nancy Nicholson Joline
Nancy Nicholson Joline 

BORROWING FROM THE BARD

New York Times, Sunday, September 30, 1990

Author:Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78, Avg Word Len: 5.19, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 510 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 127, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 14, XRef: 0
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© 1990, The New York Times
Across Down
1. U. of New Mexico team : LOBOS
6. Baby-care item : TALC
10. Chevets : APSES
15. Kind of case or flight : TEST
19. "What's in ___?": Juliet : ANAME
20. Pitcher Hershiser : OREL
21. Numbers game : LOTTO
22. Frogner Park locale : OSLO
23. Actress Shire : TALIA
24. Maginot, for one : LINE
25. Barrie title from "Julius Caesar" : DEARBRUTUS
27. Porter­-Spewack title from "The Taming of the Shrew" : KISSMEKATE
29. Major chaser : ETTE
30. Copiers : APERS
31. Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
32. Enl. men : GIS
33. Roosevelt and Teasdale : SARAS
35. W Texas city : ODESSA
36. "O ___ Ben Jonson!" : RARE
38. New Haven, City of ___ : ELMS
39. "___ of the Mind," Shepard play : ALIE
40. Does a diaskeuast's job : EMENDS
43. McGinniss title from "Macbeth" : FATALVISION
48. Latin American dances : SALSAS
51. O'Neill play : ILE
53. Vagus, e.g. : NERVE
54. Belgian resort town : SPA
55. Spanish liqueur : ANIS
56. Gardener's tool : SHEARS
59. Bring up : REAR
60. Tossed off, as an exam : ACED
61. "___ Shelter," Rolling Stones hit : GIMME
63. Paderewski : IGNACE
65. Capital of Turkey : ANKARA
67. Memorable Israeli political leader : MEIR
68. Forsyth title, with "The," from "Julius Caesar" : DOGSOFWAR
72. Douglas Hyde's republic : EIRE
73. George Eliot's weaver : MARNER
75. Join a cause : ENLIST
76. Type size : ELITE
78. Netman Nastase : ILIE
79. Bryce Canyon locale : UTAH
83. More comfortable : EASIER
85. "Remember ___ wife": Luke 17:32 : LOTS
86. "___ 'em!" : SIC
87. Actress Jones of "L.A. Law" : RENEE
89. Lewis or Weems : TED
90. Ekberg and Loos : ANITAS
92. Maugham title from "Twelfth Night" : CAKESANDALE
96. Pack fruit with the best on top : DEACON
98. Clement : MILD
99. This may be floppy : DISK
101. Burbot : LING
102. These are sometimes round : ROBINS
105. "___ la vista" : HASTA
106. Distress : AIL
107. Sheet of ice asea : FLOE
111. Moderate : ABATE
112. Ten: Comb. form : DECI
113. Christie title from "Twelfth Night" : SADCYPRESS
116. Kingsley title from "Twelfth Night" : WESTWARDHO
118. Lombok neighbor : BALI
119. Miller's salesman : LOMAN
120. Like the White Rabbit : LATE
121. ___-Powell, Boy Scouts founder : BADEN
122. Kind of rug : AREA
123. Tradition : USAGE
124. Lean-to : SHED
125. Gather : AMASS
126. Bath-towel word : HERS
127. Hordeola : STYES
1. Potato pancake : LATKE
2. Broadcasting : ONAIR
3. Model-airplane material : BALSA
4. Lunts' comedy title from "Twelfth Night" : OMISTRESSMINE
5. Place to caulk : SEAM
6. "The Two Towers" author : TOLKIEN
7. Former president of Costa Rica : ARIAS
8. Mardi Gras follower : LENT
9. One of the Monty Python troupe : CLEESE
10. Municipal-­council member : ALDERMAN
11. Writer of inferior verse : POETASTER
12. Census figs. : STATS
13. To be, in Brest : ETRE
14. Kind of story : SOB
15. Some head coverings : TOUPEES
16. Met bass-baritone : ESTES
17. Calumnies : SLURS
18. Fiber from a jute : TOSSA
26. Ulnae's neighbors : RADII
28. Way out : EGRESS
34. TV extraterrestrial : ALF
35. Oldest street in L.A. : OLVERA
37. M.D.'s org. : AMA
39. Part of T.A.E. : ALVA
41. Muralist Rivera : DIEGO
42. Ade's "Fables in ___" : SLANG
44. "All the Things You ___," 1939 song : ARE
45. Betrayer; traitor : ISCARIOT
46. Lehár specialty : OPERETTA
47. Nothing, in Nicaragua : NADA
48. Weaken : SAG
49. Plantae's counterpart : ANIMALIA
50. Edward Lear specialty : LIMERICK
52. Undo : ERASE
57. Lay doggo, in London : HID
58. Teatime goody : SCONE
60. Leach title from "Henry VIII" : AKILLINGFROST
62. Palindromic word : ERE
64. "Eroica" key : EFLAT
66. Formerly named : NEE
69. ___ up (got smart): Slang : WISED
70. In reserve : ASIDE
71. Hwy. : RTE
73. Abbr. for a pot­pourri : MISC
74. Dogpatch denizens, e.g. : RURALS
77. Ar chaser : ESS
80. Conduce : TEND
81. What an ampersand means : AND
82. Annoying situations : HEADACHES
84. In a risqué manner : RACILY
88. Omissions : ELISIONS
91. Sine qua ___ : NON
93. Issued : EMITTED
94. Tendon : SINEW
95. Erhard's therapy : EST
97. De Larrocha and Markova : ALICIAS
100. Algiers native quarter : KASBAH
102. Singer Lou from Chicago : RAWLS
103. West Indian fetish : OBEAH
104. Sew loosely : BASTE
105. Ibsen's Gabler : HEDDA
106. Freud contemporary : ADLER
108. Air Force Chief of Staff: 1961-65 : LEMAY
109. Indian or orange : OSAGE
110. Anglo-Saxon laborers : ESNES
112. Tot : DRAM
114. Bern's river : AARE
115. ___ fours : PLUS
117. Arab's outer garment : ABA

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