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New York Times, Sunday, January 23, 1994

Author: Charles M. Deber
Editor: Will Shortz
Charles M. Deber
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78 Missing: {HQZ} This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Deber. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Tess Durbeyfield's seducer : ALEC
5. In a good lookout position : ATOP
9. Game saver, at times : TARP
13. Word of woe : ALAS
17. Beans : SOYAS
19. He played Ugarte in "Casablanca'' : LORRE
21. Word ending a radio announcement : OVER
22. Mona _____ : LISA
23. REAGAN, TO BUSH : PREJANESSOR
25. ARMY CRITTERS? : NOVOPUSES
27. Persevering : SEDULOUS
28. Shaggy-maned mammal : BISON
30. Gaucho's home : PAMPAS
31. Booty : LOOT
32. Mickey and Mighty : MICE
33. Fluff : DOWN
34. Milton hero : SAMSON
37. PARTS : OCTARATES
40. Taj Mahal city : AGRA
44. _____ mode : ALA
45. Almost : NEARLY
47. Reinforcement : BRACE
48. In medias _____ : RES
49. Festival : GALA
51. Tom of the T-M Bar Ranch : MIX
52. Logo : TRADEMARK
55. _____ blanche (sword) : ARME
56. CLEANING-RELATED : FEBITORIAL
60. Comets' heads : COMAE
61. It often comes with a twist : MARTINI
63. Onetime Dodge model : ARIES
64. 1983 Michener best seller : POLAND
65. Signs of boredom : YAWNS
66. Barbershop sounds : SNIPS
67. Dumas's "The Black _____'' : TULIP
68. Mugged, maybe : EMOTED
70. Jim Backus provided his voice : MAGOO
71. Kids' board game : CAREERS
73. One who's starstruck : GAPER
74. TUNA SALAD STAPLE : JUNONNAISE
76. Vituperates, with "into'' : RIPS
78. Traveler s aid : GUIDEPOST
80. Consoles, perhaps : TVS
81. Flappers? : EARS
82. Printers' measures : ENS
83. Casino equipment : RAKES
85. Most parched : DRIEST
88. Court matter : NET
89. Retardant : DAMP
91. QUADRENNIAL EVENT : INSEPURAL
93. Rubs out : ERASES
95. Some banks have them : ATMS
97. Chop-chop : ASAP
98. Cordon _____ : BLEU
99. Equus hemionus : ONAGER
102. Prearrange : SETUP
104. The Yankee Clipper : DIMAGGIO
108. JUST-IN-CASE CRAFT : LIMAROATS
110. FIX-UPS : REDECATIONS
112. Quotation notation? : ANON
113. Shoo, to Socks : SCAT
114. Working stiff : PROLE
115. Conductor Koussevitzky : SERGE
116. Monster's home? : NESS
117. Novel ending : ETTE
118. Fox hunt cry : YELP
119. Summer shirts : TEES
1. Sacred serpents : ASPS
2. Tradition has it : LORE
3. Gazed upon : EYED
4. BAYOU RESIDENTS : CAJULS
5. Alaskan people : ALEUT
6. Start of a bowl game : TOSS
7. Heraldic golds : ORS
8. Rectitude : PROBITY
9. _____ avail (fruitless) : TONO
10. Stratford stream : AVON
11. Increase the r.p.m.'s : REV
12. Said "Let's wed'' : PROPOSED
13. Wellesley grad : ALUMNA
14. Speaketh? : LISP
15. Drifting : ASEA
16. Smart talk : SASS
18. Gunfight site, in films : SALOON
20. Longtime Susan Lucci role : ERICA
24. Singer Peter : NOONE
26. Rabbit's foot : PAW
29. Milosevic, e.g. : SERB
32. Year in the reign of Louis VII : MCLXI
33. Transferable print : DECAL
34. "Lonesome Dove'' genre : SAGA
35. Wake-up call : ALARM
36. VERBAL BLUNDER : MALMAYOPISM
37. African antelope : ORIBI
38. Bandleader Shaw and namesakes : ARTIES
39. 1962 film "_____ Bulba'' : TARAS
41. TENSE STUDENTS? : GRAMAPRIANS
42. Did not premiere : RERAN
43. "You _____ For It'' (old Art Baker show) : ASKED
46. Approvals : AMENS
50. Bubbly : AERATED
53. _____ des Beaux-Arts : ECOLE
54. "Le Misanthrope'' author : MOLIERE
56. Lucky strike : FIND
57. Arthur Murray lesson : TANGO
58. Rigel's locale : ORION
59. G.O.P. birthplace : RIPON
62. Poetic contraction : TWERE
64. All-natural : PURE
66. Skater David : SANTEE
67. Cup of café : TASSE
68. Goaded, with "on'' : EGGED
69. Volcano's opening? : MAUNA
70. Colognes : MUSKS
71. Mannerly : CIVIL
72. Berlin's river : SPREE
74. Rivers and others : JOANS
75. Walk into _____ : ATRAP
77. J.F.K. drop-ins : SSTS
79. Cowslip : PRIMROSE
84. Til : SPAT
85. Curtains : DRAPERY
86. Onetime march site : SELMA
87. Dog rewards : TREATS
90. Heathens : PAGANS
92. Seize the throne : USURP
94. SHAKESPEAREAN LASS : AUGIET
96. Thrice, in prescriptions : TER
98. Pull-up assister : BICEP
99. Wang Lung's wife : OLAN
100. Diamond group : NINE
101. Judean prophet : AMOS
102. Immediately, to a surgeon : STAT
103. Ferrara family : ESTE
104. Avant-garde writer Floyd : DELL
105. Al from Tennessee : GORE
106. "The Dark at the Top of the Stairs'' playwright : INGE
107. Sugars : OSES
109. Don't just sit there : ACT
111. A deer, a female deer : DOE

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