Words list, page number 1

OHARA — "The Cape Cod Lighter" writer

JAWAT — Speak abusively to

OATH — Swear words

MEET — Hunt assemblage

SOLED — Like a shoe

ADASH — Add ___ of salt

SCAR — Cicatrix

ARNO — Classic New Yorker cartoonist

ALLAH — The God, literally

NIXIE — Undeliverable piece of mail

CELEBRANT — Toaster, e.g.

GEODE — Crystal-lined stone

EEE — Ample shoe width

PEARL — Precious one

ISSUE — Progeny

EDWARDTUDORAROYALHEIR — With 39- and 54-Across, the beginning of the story

PEI — Javits Center designer

FIR — Dark grayish green

LUNK — Dolt

MEETSTOMCANTYAPOORLAD — See 32-Across

BYCHANCETHEYSWAPROLES — See 32-Across

ODS — Takes too much, briefly

TAO — Chinese truth

CHE — Lloyd Webber musical role

KILO — Code word for "K"

SEETO — Take care of

SEA — Start for bees or breeze

ALOU — Noted Expos name

ICE — Put away

STENT — Dental mold

ENG — S.A.T. subj.

GLINT — Flash

DIS — Insult, slangily

ANNA — Bangkok teacher, on Broadway

DOE — Anonymous one

LUIGI — Literature Nobelist Pirandello

EDWARDWITHTOMSSUPPORT — With 94- and 106-Across, the end of the story

ELAN — Panache

HAH — "I told you so!"

MEL — Harris of "thirty-something"

BOA — Fluffy scarf

REGAINSRULEBYLOCATING — See 83-Across

THEGREATSEALOFENGLAND — See 83-Across

NATE — Newton of the N.F.L.

OPE — "O Henry, ___ thine eyes!": Shak.

ONA — Put ___ show

EAGRE — Tidal flood

MATSU — Island near Quemoy

XIV — Louis who said "L'etat c'est moi"

OLLIE — North of Virginia

STEAMPIPE — Heating conduit

PAINE — Early pamphleteer

RIATA — Rope with a loop

LISP — Say "z" imperfectly

ONEA — Ready for service

ELDER — Church V.I.P.

ASTER — Flower with a showy head

ANTE — Pot builder?

MASK — 1985 Cher film

REEDS — Baby Moses was hidden among them

SHERE — Author Hite

OSAGE — Midwest tribe

HOLED — Used an awl

ALLOW — Grant

READAPT — Make suitable again

ADHERES — Holds fast

JANET — Best-selling 1993 pop album

ADIEU — "Bye"

WAXED — Simonized

ASI — "Do ___ say..."

THEPRINCEANDTHEPAUPER — Mark Twain novel whose plot is encapsulated in this puzzle

OSCAR — Hollywood statue

ACEROLA — Barbados cherry

TALLYUP — Count, as votes

HRE — It ended in 1806: Abbr.

MARSH — Problematic construction site

ERASE — Clear

ENNUI — Boredom

TOTER — Shopper, often

BILKO — Silvers sarge

EARTHY — Like some humor

DIT — Radio code sound

OFA — ___ piece (consistent)

ANO — Doce meses, en Espana

MOB — Dangerous group

EDYS — Popular ice cream brand

ESCE — Suffix meaning "to become"

OTC — Stock page heading

MAE — W. C. co-star

COTS — Foldable items

YES — "It's O.K. with me"

RKO — Old studio

LILI — Carnival girl, in the movies

ALEC — Actor McCowen

DOSE — Shot

HES — Males

ATTAR — ___ of roses

NOEND — Very much

HEE — Part of a bray

WAG — Card