FAMOUS FEMALES IN FILM (Hard Clues)

New York Times, Sunday, May 16, 1999

Author: Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Nicholson Joline
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Rows: 25, Columns: 25, Words: 190, Blocks: 106 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 89 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite

JimH notes: In 1999, the NYT published six special 25 x 25 "Millennium" puzzles. Each came with two sets of clues, easy and hard.
The clues here are the hard ones. Click here to see the set.
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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Shakes : AGITATES
9. Shouting : CLAMOR
15. Do : COIF
19. Pointed ends : NIBS
23. Hardly vintage : VINEGARY
24. The Mormons' trek, e.g. : HEGIRA
25. ___ Kumar, "The Jewel in the Crown" role : HARI
26. Request on an order : ASAP
27. Madonna role, 1996 : EVAPERON
28. Meryl Streep role, 1985 : ISAKDINESEN
30. "Qué ___?" : PASA
31. Devil's Island escapee ___ Belbenoit : RENE
32. Pops : SODAS
34. Home of the Ewoks : ENDOR
35. One who gets the message : DECODER
37. Signs of superciliousness : SNEERS
40. Old railroad car, maybe : DINER
42. Up : ASTIR
44. Strauss opera : SALOME
45. Part of an E-mail address : COM
47. Broadcast : STREWN
49. Suffix with glamour : ISE
50. Skyline features : SPIRES
51. Cate Blanchett role, 1998 : ELIZABETHI
56. Marie-France Pisier role, 1981 : COCOCHANEL
59. Hymenopteran : ANT
60. Prefix with form : PEDI
61. Attention : EAR
62. One of Chaucer's pilgrims : REEVE
63. Response to a garbled fax : RESEND
65. Person of great endurance : IRONSIDE
67. Brief warning : SLO
69. Ogee shapes : ESSES
71. City on the Loire : TOURS
74. Certain toothpaste tubes : COLGATES
75. 1992 A.L. Championship Series M.V.P. : ALOMAR
78. Med. specialty : ENT
79. Son of Judah : ONAN
80. Chicken : SISSY
81. Sub components : SALAMIS
83. Alternatives to 32-Across : ADES
85. Year after Augustine became the first Archbishop of Canterbury : DCII
86. Center opening : EPI
89. Sir, in Portugal : DOM
90. Words repeated in "___ is above the law and ___ is below it": Theodore Roosevelt : NOMAN
93. Beau : GALLANT
95. Early record label : EDISON
98. Ingrid Bergman role, 1948 : JOANOFARC
100. Salad ___ : GREENS
101. Stopped : ABORTED
102. Our, in Augsburg : UNSER
103. Ship's dir. : NNE
104. H.S. event : SAT
105. Rights org. : CORE
106. Dinosaurs' open mouths, e.g. : MAWS
108. It's hardly welcoming : ICINESS
111. Flood : SPATE
116. Dixie school : ELON
117. Final : NET
118. Strata : PLANES
119. Chamber pieces : ARMOIRES
122. Saw : DATED
124. Québec peninsula : GASPE
126. Real estate ad abbr. : BRS
127. Burly types : BOUNCERS
128. Rod : HEATER
130. Glow : ARDOR
133. W.W. II Mosquito pilots : RAF
134. Ancient Irish capital : TARA
135. Castaway site : CAY
137. Greer Garson role, 1943 : MARIECURIE
139. Sigourney Weaver role, 1988 : DIANFOSSEY
142. Quakers : ASPENS
144. Benevolent one : ELK
145. It's a natural : ELEVEN
147. Ice, with "up" : SEW
148. Celebrities get these : STARES
149. Some quarters : DORMS
151. Gumshoes : DICKS
153. They open up at night : DISCOS
158. Showed off : PARADED
160. Bel ___ : PAESE
162. Nursery school item : EASEL
164. Check : HALT
165. Miffs : IRKS
166. Sissy Spacek role, 1980 : LORETTALYNN
169. Judi Dench role, 1997 : VICTORIA
172. To ___ (perfectly) : ATEE
173. Lasting attachment : EVER
174. Like a crystal chandelier : AGLINT
175. Effort : ENDEAVOR
176. Computer ___ : NERD
177. They've come out : DEBS
178. Soprano Mitchell et al. : LEONAS
179. Tossing : RESTLESS
1. Holds : AVERS
2. Fact : GIVEN
3. Vacant : INANE
4. Native Americans might raise a flap about this : TEPEE
5. Get on : AGE
6. Beat : TAR
7. Servant of Antony in "Antony and Cleopatra" : EROS
8. Council : SYNOD
9. Pasta go-with, perhaps : CHIANTI
10. Second-rate : LESSER
11. Title of respect, abroad : AGA
12. Spy's equipment : MIKE
13. Military weapons : ORDNANCE
14. Corporate operations : RAIDS
15. Cling to : CHERISH
16. Intl. assn. since 1948 : OAS
17. Burned up : IRED
18. Maneuvers adroitly : FINESSES
19. Place near Vesuvio : NAPOLI
20. Vanessa Redgrave role, 1968 : ISADORADUNCAN
21. People who watch their bags : BASEMEN
22. Least lavish : SPAREST
29. Broadway concerns : NOTICES
33. Gossip : DISH
36. It helps the medicine go down : CAPLET
38. Columbia competitor : RCA
39. Words of concurrence : SOBEIT
41. Place for cards, perhaps : RECROOM
43. Ram : REAREND
46. Gettysburg figure : MEADE
48. Lot for Wednesday's child : WOE
51. "Paradise Lost" and others : EPICS
52. Writer Jones : LEROI
53. Favorites : IDOLS
54. Knocks : ZINGS
55. Lover's keepsake, perhaps : TRESS
57. Message ender : OVER
58. Rainy day provisions : NESTEGGS
64. Think creatively : NOODLE
66. State, once : SAYEST
67. Oater feature : SALOON
68. Fleece providers : LLAMAS
70. Round-table sessions : SEANCES
72. Bestows lavishly : RAINS
73. Pet : SNIT
76. Mediterranean resort site : MINORCA
77. From : ASOF
82. Settles : ADJUSTS
84. F.D.R.'s mother : SARA
87. Work with feet : POEM
88. Threatened : INDANGER
91. Air : MANNER
92. Longtime TV western star : ARNESS
94. Reveals : LETSON
95. "The Hot Zone" virus : EBOLA
96. Jennifer Jason Leigh role, 1994 : DOROTHYPARKER
97. Part of E. I. Du Pont : IRENEE
99. Man's name meaning "champion" : NEIL
101. Whizzed through : ACED
107. Jaded : WEARIED
109. Way to produce a champion animal, maybe : INBREED
110. Tel Aviv native : SABRA
112. Foes of the Romans : PICTS
113. Spheres : AREAS
114. À ___ (ashore): Fr. : TERRE
115. Elianic work : ESSAY
118. Home to Shining Path guerrillas : PERU
120. Horse colors : ROANS
121. Blew : MUFFED
123. Extremely : DAMNED
125. Collector : PACKRAT
129. Like corn on the stalk : TASSELED
131. Olympics event : DRESSAGE
132. Bribe : OIL
135. Salt lake : CASPIAN
136. Ancient Semitic goddess : ASTARTE
138. They don't stand on ceremony : ELOPERS
139. Transfers ports : DECANTS
140. Signs : INKS
141. 1942-45 stat. disseminator : OWI
143. Completely clean again : ERASED
146. Schubert's birthplace : VIENNA
150. Calcium, e.g. : METAL
152. Break off : SEVER
154. Place to run aground : SHOAL
155. Do the honors, so to speak : CARVE
156. Miscellanies : OLIOS
157. Leads : STARS
159. Shade of gray : DOVE
161. East End greeting : ELLO
163. Sailor's rope : LINE
167. Grayback : REB
168. Female principle : YIN
170. Small music-makers : CDS
171. New Year's, abroad : TET

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