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New York Times, Sunday, January 15, 1995

Author: Ernie Furtado
Editor: Will Shortz
Ernie Furtado
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 80 Missing: {JXZ} This is puzzle # 25 for Mr. Furtado. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Rhythmic music in 4/4 time : SAMBA
6. Teutonic cry : ACH
9. Drink topped with nutmeg : FLIP
13. Rotters : CADS
17. All points bulletin : ALERT
18. Words after "You can't fire me!" : IQUIT
20. Shine's companion : RISE
21. Early TV backdrop : OLEO
22. "_____ saturated fats" : LOWIN
23. Watch over : NURSE
24. As well : ALSO
25. Carriage : MIEN
26. Marlon Brando title role : THEGODFATHER
29. Jean Stapleton title role : AUNTMARY
31. Actress Thompson : SADA
32. _____ poison : RAT
33. Demonstrate : EVINCE
35. Lightens : EASES
36. Wynonna's mom : NAOMI
38. Opposite of fortis, in phonetics : LENIS
39. Cliff-dwelling bird : ERN
40. Fred Astaire title role : DADDYLONGLEGS
44. Pounds : SLEDGES
48. William Tell's home : URI
49. Remove by dissolving : ELUTE
50. Iniquities : EVILS
52. Bulldog : ELI
53. Travel guide, of a sort : COMPASS
55. Faye Dunaway title role : MOMMIEDEAREST
60. "That is _____..." : TOSAY
61. Robert Burns' "The Bonnie _____ Thing" : WEE
62. Poetic dusk : EEN
63. Christian and others : ERAS
64. Lachrymose : TEARY
68. Sit still for : LET
69. Turkish title : PASHA
71. Patient's complaint : ACHE
74. Female goat : DOE
75. Jargon suffix : ESE
76. Availing : UTILE
80. Priscilla Lane and others' title roles : FOURDAUGHTERS
84. Black, in a way : SATANIC
86. Common "Wheel of Fortune" purchase : ANE
87. With 122-Across, Richard Starkey : RINGO
88. About one-ninth of an orchestra : REEDS
90. Friend of Pooh : ROO
91. Isengrim's foe in fable : REYNARD
93. Elvis Presley and others' title roles : KISSINCOUSINS
98. Cries of pain : OWS
99. Rhubarb : SETTO
100. French kind : SORTE
101. Poetry-reading Muse : ERATO
104. Wound : LESION
105. Chopin's "√Čtude _____ Major" : INE
106. Saroyan's "My Name Is _____" : ARAM
110. Jacques Tati title role : MONONCLE
112. Lon Chaney Jr. title role : SONOFDRACULA
115. Brief upturn : BLIP
116. Flag down : HAIL
118. Black tea : PEKOE
119. Ty's folks : COBBS
120. Old-timer in Wiesbaden : ALTE
121. Actress Jeffreys : ANNE
122. See 87-Across : STARR
123. Sound from the nest : TWEET
124. Imitation morocco : ROAN
125. Cancelled : NOGO
126. "Metric" prefix : SYM
127. Parts of ski runs : ESSES
1. Popeye's buddies : SALTS
2. Hilo hi : ALOHA
3. Imitated a Persian : MEWED
4. Highwayman : BRIGAND
5. _____ time (never) : ATNO
6. Etching on copperplate : AQUATINT
7. Snippy : CURT
8. "...never married, and that's _____": Burton : HISHELL
9. _____ Lippo Lippi : FRA
10. Amy Lowell poem : LILACS
11. Point in question : ISSUE
12. Working class member : PEON
13. Wish, at times : COMMAND
14. Name on a "Wanted" poster : ALIAS
15. Industralist John : DEERE
16. Some camcorders : SONYS
18. Notorious : INFAMOUS
19. Tube : TEEVEE
27. Wags : DROLLS
28. Symbol of one's troth : RING
30. _____ Draco (James Bond's wife) : TERESA
34. Japanese-American : NISEI
37. Nocturnal lemur : AYEAYE
39. Actress Corby et al. : ELLENS
40. Conduit : DUCT
41. "King _____" of old comics : AROO
42. Lowers, in a way : DIMS
43. Bijou : GEM
44. Top of a platter : SIDEA
45. Grandpa Walton portrayer : GEER
46. Lohengrin's love : ELSA
47. Perches : SITS
51. Prez's stand-in : VEEP
54. "Marius the Epicurean" author Walter : PATER
56. Wise baby? : OWLET
57. Reagan Attorney General : MEESE
58. This could raise a red flag : METER
59. Dogie catcher : REATA
65. Legendary Robin et al. : ADAIRS
66. 18 holes, generally : ROUND
67. Peterman : YEGG
70. The Merry Macs' "_____ Songs" : HUTSUT
71. Way off : AFAR
72. Pitcher David : CONE
73. The Kingfish, to friends : HUEY
77. Biblical letters : INRI
78. M-G-M symbol : LION
79. Umberto and kin : ECOS
81. Use as a resource : DRAWON
82. Add artificialty, with "up" : HOKES
83. Holy person's title : SRI
84. One who say "Amen" : SECONDER
85. Loving one : ADORER
89. Shaped like a sword : ENSIFORM
92. Closed : NOTOPEN
94. Medical suffix : ITIS
95. Urban hangouts of yore : STOOPS
96. Shakespearean works : SONNETS
97. Manatees : SEACOWS
99. Inasmuch (as) : SEEING
101. Block : EMBAR
102. Jacob Abbott hero : ROLLO
103. Singer Kerr : ANITA
104. Texas plain : LLANO
107. Hardly sophisticates : RUBES
108. "Three Tall Women" playwright : ALBEE
109. Mizzens : MASTS
111. Earl Derr Biggers hero : CHAN
113. Authorize : OKAY
114. Dumas novel : ACTE
117. One of 13 popes : LEO

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