FROM THE DEPT. OF REDUNDANCY DEPT.

New York Times, Sunday, November 13, 1994

Author: Frank A. Longo
Editor: Will Shortz
Frank Longo
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 70 Missing: {JZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Longo. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Fortuneteller's aids : TAROTS
7. Fraternal fellow : ELK
10. Magnetic flux symbol : PHI
13. People with flashlights : USHERS
19. Farthest point : APOGEE
20. "_____ Dance" (Pointer Sisters hit) : NEUTRON
22. Sartre play : NOEXIT
23. Sot, perhaps : REELER
24. Strands : MAROONS
25. Half of a nursery rhyme name : DUMPTY
26. Congregates? : ASSEMBLESTOGETHER
29. Overpermissive : LAX
30. Family girl : SIS
31. Tax : TRY
32. Rainbow: Prefix : IRIDO
34. Upholstery fabric : FRISE
39. Poseidon's realm : THESEA
42. Admitted : FESSEDUP
45. Introverts : LONERS
47. Complain, in a way : MURMUR
49. Beat, as grain : THRESH
50. Collectibles? : OLDANTIQUES
53. _____-majeste : LESE
55. Devoted : AVID
56. Music critic Downes : OLIN
57. _____ probandi (legal doctrine) : ONUS
58. Geyser sight : STEAM
59. Madres' kin : TIAS
60. Abbr. for Jesse Jackson : REV
61. "Put Your Head on My Shoulder" singer : ANKA
62. Erupting : ABURST
64. Storm or Tracker : GEO
65. _____ Lanka : SRI
66. Novelty? : NEWINNOVATION
69. Preteen : LAD
72. Liquor-free : DRY
74. Iroquois tribe : ONEIDA
75. Not give _____ : ARAP
76. Lady in a garden : EVE
77. Rakehell : ROUE
79. Lepidopterans : MOTHS
80. Swell suffix? : ITIS
81. At another time : ANON
82. Arkin of "Catch-22" : ALAN
83. River near Kassel : EDER
84. Halve? : BISECTINTWO
87. Produce additional interest : RELOAN
89. In a sleeping position : SUPINE
91. Engraving instrument : STYLET
92. Candidate : ASPIRANT
94. Ethyl acetates : ESTERS
97. Susquehanna River town : SAYRE
98. Hugh Hefner's Muse? : ERATO
99. Branch : ARM
100. It fits in a lock : OAR
102. Terminal abbr. : ARR
104. A B C's? : BASICFUNDAMENTALS
113. Make a fresh mix? : RESTIR
115. People who want to lose : DIETERS
116. Open house, perhaps : SOIREE
117. International language system : IDOISM
118. Spellbind : ENCHANT
119. Forte : TALENT
120. They may be glazed over : DONUTS
121. Pepper, for one: Abbr. : SGT
122. Archaic exclamations : LOS
123. Cover : SHEATH
1. Home of ancient Irish kings : TARA
2. Copyists : APES
3. Small deer : ROES
4. Look up and down : OGLE
5. Overflow : TEEM
6. Some Tuzla residents : SERBS
7. Tangle up : ENMESH
8. Bucolic settings : LEAS
9. Late rocker Cobain : KURT
10. Show : PROGRAM
11. Dear : HONEY
12. Technical sch. : INST
13. Shaded part of a plant : UNDERSTEM
14. Tart : SOURISH
15. Fringe : HEM
16. Erupt? : EXPLODEVIOLENTLY
17. Actress Moreno : RITA
18. Charon's river : STYX
21. Horns : TOOTERS
27. Soused : LIT
28. Lose no time : HIE
33. Reduce taxes, in Britain : DERATE
34. Overwhelms : FLOORS
35. Swelling wave : ROLLER
36. Human being? : INDIVIDUALPERSON
37. Hollywood's Penn : SEAN
38. Directional suffix : ERN
40. Zoo attractions : EMUS
41. Not be a passive victim : SUE
42. It prohibited slavery : FREESTATE
43. Agcy. once headed by Edward R. Murrow : USIA
44. Some scholars, for short : PHDS
46. "Silver" star : STONE
48. Extreme : ULTRA
51. Soapberry tree : INKWOOD
52. Most charming : QUAINTEST
54. Full of parody : SATIRIC
58. Fiji's capital : SUVA
61. _____ day now : ANY
62. Black cuckoos : ANIS
63. Physique : BOD
64. Commerce stat. : GNP
67. "Toward Freedom" autobiographer : NEHRU
68. Brewery fixtures : OASTS
70. Deponent : AVOWER
71. Mean : DENOTE
73. Impressive Impressionist : RENOIR
77. _____ avis : RARA
78. Corrida cheers : OLES
79. Soldiers : MENATARMS
80. "Uh-huh" : ISEE
81. Author Seton : ANYA
84. Its atomic number is 83 : BISMUTH
85. Savings-account abbr. : INT
86. "_____ My Party" : ITS
88. Expert in Mideast culture : ARABIST
90. 10, to a gymnast : PERFECT
93. Vetoes : NOS
95. Family dinners : ROASTS
96. Baseball Hall-of-Famer Crawford : SAM
99. Handily handling : ACING
101. Lulls : RESTS
102. Like the Negev : ARID
103. Start from scratch : REDO
105. Time of danger : IDES
106. Country crooner McCoy : NEAL
107. 1962 film villain : DRNO
108. Noted ark-itect : NOAH
109. Patio component : TILE
110. Geometry topic : AREA
111. Easter ends it : LENT
112. Mr. Pecksniff of "Martin Chuzzlewit" : SETH
114. Germanic war god : TIU

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