PRESIDENTIAL ECHOES

New York Times, Sunday, November 30, 1997

Author: Charles Deber
Editor: Will Shortz
Charles M. Deber
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 76 Missing: {FJQ} This is puzzle # 25 for Mr. Deber. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Tater : SPUD
5. Start of a palindrome : MADAM
10. Figurehead site : PROW
14. Silent one : HARPO
19. Mata ___ : HARI
20. Yankee Conference town : ORONO
21. Piquant : RACY
22. "Yond Cassius has ___ and hungry look": Julius Caesar : ALEAN
23. President's vision? : EISENHOWERSEYES
26. You can get a rise out of it : YEAST
27. High spots : PLATEAUS
28. Dances for Desi : RUMBAS
29. Mario Cuomo, e.g. : EXGOV
30. Fraternity letters : XIS
31. Lasting forever : EONIAN
32. Red ___ : SEA
33. President's bird? : VANBURENSWREN
38. Spoiled child, perhaps : WHINER
41. Athletic type, supposedly : ARIES
42. Bones, in anatomy : OSSA
43. Architectural flute : STRIA
46. ___-mo : SLO
47. Innocent, e.g. : POPE
48. Stable locks : MANE
50. Place to buy a pie : PIZZERIA
52. Prankster : IMP
53. President's injuries? : NIXONSNICKS
58. ___-Unis : ETATS
59. Parts of a baseball schedule : DAYGAMES
61. Archenemies, maybe : NEMESES
63. Czar's reply to protesters : NYET
64. Broad sash : OBI
65. Flaubert's birthplace : ROUEN
66. ___ Khan : AGA
68. Shot, e.g. : AMMO
71. They do the thinking : CEREBRA
74. Superiors : ABBESSES
79. Bar at night, perhaps : ROOST
81. President's testament? : WILSONSWILL
83. Annex : ELL
84. Banker types : MONEYMEN
86. London gallery : TATE
87. Spring time in Lisbon : MAIO
88. Boston's Bobby : ORR
89. ___ Prayer : LORDS
91. Leave a mark on : SCAR
93. Big garden products brand : ORTHO
94. Look into again, as a case : REOPEN
96. President's takeover? : COOLIDGESCOUP
100. Misjudge : ERR
101. Fictional weaver : MARNER
102. Mouths : ORA
103. Does high-tech surgery, in a way : LASES
105. One of the Brady bunch : MARCIA
106. Baby's pastime : PEEKABOO
111. Protected bird : EGRET
112. President's weapon? : BUCHANANSCANNON
114. Rice-___ : ARONI
115. "...___ saw Elba" : EREI
116. "Let ___ Cake" : EMEAT
117. Bewilder : DAZE
118. Part of a ship's bow : HAWSE
119. Reddish-brown gem : SARD
120. One-sided tilts : ROUTS
121. Victory, to Wagner : SIEG
1. Popular dog name : SHEP
2. Easter egg hunt sight : PAIL
3. Constellation animal : URSA
4. Plan to take off : DIET
5. Angora : MOHAIR
6. Sound reveille : AROUSE
7. Gives, old-style : DOWS
8. Chemical suffix : ANE
9. The mornings after : MORROWS
10. Early infant: Var. : PREMIE
11. Some shades : RAYBANS
12. Kind of liner : OCEAN
13. "Swiss Family Robinson" author Johann : WYSS
14. President's fog? : HAYESHAZE
15. Nikita's successor : ALEXEI
16. President's beam? : REAGANSRAY
17. El ___ : PASO
18. Airing : ONTV
24. Link : NEXUS
25. Noted jazz bandleader : SUNRA
31. Nordrhein-Westfalen city : ESSEN
33. Hardly stimulating : VAPID
34. Bouquet : AROMA
35. Surprisingly cold : NIPPY
36. Busy one : BEE
37. Etiquette subjects : NONOS
38. Emerald City V.I.P., with "the" : WIZ
39. Bluebloods : ELITE
40. Get hot under the collar? : ROAST
44. Some rtes. : TPKS
45. Upswing : RISE
48. Ape : MIMIC
49. Pink-slip : AXE
51. Old-fashioned heating devices : ETNAS
53. Apprehend : NAB
54. Aloof ones : SNOBS
55. Prefix with modulator : NEURO
56. Stammerer's phrase : IMEAN
57. The 21st, e.g.: Abbr. : CEN
60. Dinner for the Cratchits : GOOSE
62. Mercury model : SABLE
65. Electrical unit : REL
67. Goop : GEL
68. Hardwear? : ARMOR
69. Often-recited Christmas poet : MOORE
70. President's line? : MONROESROW
72. Pitcher : EWER
73. Unwanted coat? : RIND
74. Honor : AWARD
75. Snippet : BIT
76. Alliance until 1977 : SEATO
77. Root of diplomacy : ELIHU
78. Single-master : SLOOP
80. President's article of apparel? : TYLERSTIE
82. Flight path : STAIR
85. Fed. holiday, often : MON
87. "Happy Days" father, informally : MRC
90. Less available : SCARCER
91. Actress Braga : SONIA
92. Maid : CLEANER
93. Expo '70 site : OSAKA
95. Shows pride in one's appearance : PREENS
97. Corsage staple : ORCHID
98. Attacks : GOESAT
99. Founds : ERECTS
101. Spanish actress Carmen ___ : MAURA
103. Mother of Judah : LEAH
104. Where Shah Jahan is entombed : AGRA
105. U.K. honors : MBES
106. French tire : PNEU
107. Common conjunctions : ANDS
108. Sons of, to a sabra : BNAI
109. Seep : OOZE
110. Standard force : ONEG
113. "Yo te ___" : AMO

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