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New York Times, Sunday, November 28, 1993

Author: Joanne W. Edwards
Editor: Will Shortz
Joanne W. Edwards
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 68 Missing: {JQX} This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Edwards. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Undergrad degrees : BAS
4. Crow : GLOAT
9. First observed asteroid : CERES
14. Martinique and others : ILES
18. Bank I.R.A., e.g. : ACCT
20. Film producer Hal : ROACH
21. Byrd book : ALONE
22. British general of 1775 : GAGE
23. Give up gardening? : THROWINTHETROWEL
26. Goad : URGE
27. Congressional committees have them : HEARINGS
28. Club used in traps : WEDGE
29. Large wine bottle : FLAGON
31. Actor O'Brien : EDMOND
32. _____ Hawkins Day : SADIE
33. With complete accord : ASONE
34. Refusals : NOS
35. Nev. neighbor : CALIF
36. Howell Heflin, for one : ALABAMAN
39. Cartoonist Groening et al. : MATTS
42. Place for notable artists? : HALLOFFRAME
44. Man/mouse link : ORA
45. HELLO!... Hello!... hello ... : ECHO
46. Illicit leaves : COCA
47. End in _____ (come out even) : ATIE
48. Prompted : CUED
49. Live : ARE
50. Squeaky-clean smile? : BATHTUBGRIN
54. Western mining center : BUTTE
55. A woman can see through this! : NEGLIGEE
57. Street show : RAREE
58. Oilman's boon : GUSHER
59. Badger's cousin : RATEL
60. Timeline points : DATES
61. Spy in Canaan : CALEB
62. Dumbfounds : AMAZES
64. Lawyer Becker of "L.A. Law" : ARNIE
65. "The _____ of the Breakfast-Table" : AUTOCRAT
68. "The Highwayman" poet : NOYES
69. Water survey? : BROOKREVIEW
71. Bon _____ (cleanser) : AMI
72. Whitney contraptions : GINS
73. Cozen : FOOL
74. These are always dubbed : SIRS
75. Boris Godunov, e.g. : TSAR
76. Hindu Mr. : SRI
77. Parade ground predicament? : DRILLPICKLE
81. Discernment : TASTE
82. Copper mineral : TENORITE
84. Wouldn't hurt : AFLEA
85. Beard of grain : AWN
86. Scratch out : ERASE
87. Word before head or mint : SPEAR
88. Official measuring of contents : METAGE
92. Will matter : ESTATE
94. Agile swimmer : OTTER
95. Sills and Moffo : SOPRANOS
97. Been in bed : LAIN
98. Prudish trio? : THREELITTLEPRIGS
101. "Shake _____!" : ALEG
102. Yarns : TALES
103. Raincoat : OILER
104. Lotion ingredient : ALOE
105. _____ -majeste : LESE
106. Luxor's land : EGYPT
107. Necktie, of a sort : NOOSE
108. City trains : ELS
1. Wash : BATHE
2. Was sore : ACHED
3. "Git!" : SCRAM
4. Dances suggestively : GRINDS
5. "The Kingfish" : LONG
6. Treat for Count Fleet : OATS
7. Alas, in Aachen : ACH
8. Former Berlin divider : THEWALL
9. Town known for a "giant" hoax : CARDIFF
10. Funeral oration : ELOGE
11. Poet laureate Nicholas : ROWE
12. Wind dir. : ENE
13. Identical : SELFSAME
14. Galapagos critter : IGUANA
15. Talkative generals? : LARGEMOUTHBRASS
16. Waffle brand : EGGO
17. Spotted : SEEN
19. '93 World Series champs : TORONTO
24. People who make too many port calls? : WINOS
25. Boredom: Sp. : TEDIO
30. Earring site : LOBE
32. Diet dish for Dieter : SALAT
33. French actor Delon : ALAIN
35. Private hoard : CACHE
36. Shaw of swing : ARTIE
37. Mountain ridge : ARETE
38. Public Interest Research Group founder : NADER
39. Like Dickens's Murdstdne : MEAN
40. It can be a lot : ACRE
41. Dreary decade? : THEGRAYNINETIES
42. Hailey novel : HOTEL
43. Business for taxis : FARES
46. Old elevator cars : CAGES
48. Unit of flow : CUSEC
50. Falls for : BITES
51. Heavens: Prefix : URANO
52. Dyeing technique : BATIK
53. She wrote "The Female Eunuch" : GREER
54. Claus von _____ ('82 defendant) : BULOW
56. Vegges out : LAZES
58. Microsoft chief Bill : GATES
60. Waggish : DROLL
61. To cook for Pierre : CUIRE
62. Inner turmoil : ANGST
63. Op Art pattern : MOIRE
64. Have _____ to play (be of use) : AROLE
65. Spanish province : AVILA
66. Latin 101 word : AMAT
67. It may have bias : TIRE
69. Nightclub : BOITE
70. Glacial ridge : ESKER
73. Fringe of curls : FRISETTE
75. Trumpet blast : TANTARA
77. "Oh, fudge!" : DRAT
78. Part of some health checkups : PAPTEST
79. " _____ Fine" ('64 Beatles hit) : IFEEL
80. Battle call : CLARION
81. Nerd : TWERP
83. Food that comes in slices : ORANGE
85. Unit of current : AMPERE
87. Pricey : STEEP
89. Old-womanish : ANILE
90. He wrote "Dead Souls" : GOGOL
91. Lisper's bane : ESSES
92. Airline to Ben-Gurion : ELAL
93. Post-Christmas event : SALE
94. Air France lands there : ORLY
95. W.W. II battle site : STLO
96. Sounds from a plaza de toros : OLES
99. Witch : HAG
100. Pedro's uncle : TIO

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