WORKING TOGETHER

New York Times, Sunday, December 18, 1994

Author: Manny Nosowsky & Bob Klahn
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Bob Klahn
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Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 164, Blocks: 92 Missing: {QZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 34 for Mr. Nosowsky. This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Klahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Lindstrom or Zadora : PIA
4. Wand waver's word : PRESTO
10. Starting : ASOF
14. Gazelle hound : SALUKI
20. Du Mauner's "Jamaica _____" : INN
21. Lean against : RESTON
22. Windsurfers' mecca : MAUI
23. Confidentially : INTRUST
25. Part 1 of a quote : THECOMPUTERISINCREDIBLY
29. Sharif-Andrews movie "The _____ Seed" : TAMARIND
30. Notices : ADS
31. M.G.M founder Marcus : LOEW
32. Napkin holder : LAP
33. Guardian Angels founder Curtis : SLIWA
34. Looks pooped : SAGS
36. Summer theater, sometimes : BARN
37. Nauru export : GUANO
39. Quote, part 2 : FASTACCURATEANDSTUPID
45. Horrified : AGHAST
46. Housman's was from Shropshire : LAD
47. Jawbone source : ASS
48. Withdraws, with out : OPTS
52. Clanton foe of 1881 : EARP
53. 1974 McCartney/Wings hit : JET
55. Save : SALTAWAY
60. Author of the quote : LEOCHERNE
62. Someone else : ANOTHER
65. Valiant mate : ALETA
66. Cairo in "The Maltese Falcon" : LORRE
67. Quote, part 3 : MANISUNBELIEVABLY
70. Know, somehow : INTUIT
72. Provider of sound bytes? : CDROM
73. Little wise one : OWLET
74. Supercilium : EYEBROW
76. Hot time in Chile : ENERO
78. Engage in vote-swapping : LOGROLL
84. Where to take a load off : WHARF
87. Totaled : RANTO
90. Sartre novel : NAUSEA
91. Quote, part 4 : SLOWINACCURATEAND
98. Lost City of the _____ : INCAS
99. Ypsilanti's river : HURON
100. Albertville abodes : CHALETS
101. Quote, part 5 : BRILLIANT
103. Catch : OVERTAKE
105. Auto racer _____ Fabi : TEO
106. Opulence : LUXE
107. Electronic monitors, for short : CRTS
108. A little butter : KID
109. Carl Icahn company : TWA
111. Buck : RESIST
113. Quote, part 6 : THEMARRIAGEOFTHETWOIS
122. Prop (up) : SHORE
123. Start of a child's rhyme : EENY
124. Toll rds. : TPKS
125. It means "high woods" : OBOES
127. Single layer : HEN
128. Fourth-down option : PUNT
129. Whodunit writer Grafton : SUE
130. Criticize vigorously : SAILINTO
133. End of the quote : AFORCEBEYONDCALCULATION
139. Steroid, for instance : HORMONE
140. Ballet bend : PLIE
141. Plumbiferous : LEADEN
142. Selected at random : ANY
143. Columbus, e.g. : GENOAN
144. Attacks a sub? : EATS
145. Camisole size : PETITE
146. Govt. code grp. : NSA
1. "The Gale Storm Show" co-star : PITTS
2. Bisected : INHALF
3. Iron deficiency problem : ANEMIA
4. By share : PRORATA
5. Do-fa filler : REMI
6. Cable staple : ESPN
7. Draw alternative : STUD
8. Sandbox set member : TOT
9. Last word "A Christmas Carol" : ONE
10. In the thick of : AMIDST
11. Guff : SASS
12. Paris accord : OUI
13. Where Sibelius made his markkaa : FINLAND
14. 1994 Elle Macpherson film : SIRENS
15. De novo : ANEW
16. Cornwall co. : LTD
17. Lake of Lucerne canton : URI
18. Genghis' grandson : KUBLAI
19. Gas-pump platform : ISLAND
24. Tit for tat, perhaps : TYPO
26. Ravens' ravin's? : CAWS
27. Madras music : RAGA
28. Classic '30s auto : CORD
34. Hang : SUSPEND
35. Cunning : ART
36. Pastoral plaint : BAA
37. Austrian painter Klimt : GUSTAV
38. College in East Orange, N.J. : UPSALA
40. "The Morning Watch" author : AGEE
41. Bewitch : CHARM
42. Carson's swami : CARNAC
43. "Rocket Man" John : ELTON
44. World chess champ, 1960-61 : TAL
48. Burr Tillstrom puppet : OLLIE
49. Hoosier state flower : PEONY
50. Eggy cake : TORTE
51. Hit the dirt? : SCRUB
53. Husband of Medea : JASON
54. Count : ENUMERATE
55. Unload, so to speak : SELL
56. Sylvia Plath title : ARIEL
57. Flycatcher? : WEB
58. N.F.L city: Abbr. : ATL
59. "Whoopee!" : YAY
61. Charles, to Elizabeth : HEIR
63. Oilman _____ Pickens : TBOONE
64. Fell : HEW
68. Easily angered : IREFUL
69. Henry VI founded it : ETON
71. Shute's "A _____ Like Alice" : TOWN
75. Slap hard : WHACK
77. _____ Rizzo of "Midnight Cowboy" : RATSO
79. Writer Godwin : GAIL
80. Like the futhark alphabet : RUNIC
81. Peace Nobelist _____ Arias Sanchez : OSCAR
82. Inclined : LEANT
83. Doesn't wear out : LASTS
85. Long : ACHE
86. Elvis' record label : RCA
88. Moses' burden : TABLETS
89. Torrent : ONRUSH
91. "_____ nuff!" : SHO
92. 1964 Murray Schisgal play : LUV
93. Get a lode of this : ORE
94. Sterile bee : WORKER
95. After a while : INTIME
96. Price twice : RETAG
97. Popular Civil War song : DIXIE
102. In case : LEST
104. Miss Clare of "Bleak House" : ADA
109. Old photo : TINTYPE
110. Technique : WAY
111. Washington's _____ Stadium : RFK
112. Like most highways : TWOLANE
113. To Sandburg, it comes on little cat feet : THEFOG
114. French painter Daumier : HONORE
115. National Cartoonists Society award : REUBEN
116. It's put before Descartes : RENE
117. Chopin's "Twelve Grand _____" : ETUDES
118. "Well"-financed grp. : OPEC
119. Final notice : OBIT
120. Heraclitus, e.g. : IONIAN
121. Authors Anya and Ernest : SETONS
122. Persian pooh-bah : SHAH
126. Raskolnikov's love in "Crime and Punishment" : SONYA
128. Baseball's Alejandro : PENA
129. Huff : SNIT
130. Hightail it : SCAT
131. Autobahn auto : AUDI
132. "_____ a song..." : ILET
134. D.D.E's Veep : RMN
135. Bill's companion : COO
136. 1941 Pulitzer winner Winslow : OLA
137. The Eiger, e.g : ALP
138. "To Kill a Mockingbird" author : LEE

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