FLEETING THOUGHTS

New York Times, Sunday, December 24, 1995

Author: Frances Hansen
Editor: Will Shortz
Frances Hansen
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 73 Missing: {Q} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 89 for Ms. Hansen. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Class Reunion" author : JAFFE
6. From head to foot : CAPAPIE
13. Mild cigar : CLARO
18. Operatic barber : FIGARO
19. Immediate : INSTANT
20. Saudi king, 1964-75 : FAISAL
21. Start of a verse : EVERYCHRISTMASSOIFIND
24. Behind : DERRIERE
25. One of the Germans : EIN
26. Makes a collar : ARRESTS
27. Storm heading : NNE
28. He drew laughs from his "Well!" : BENNY
30. Layer : HEN
31. Subject of medical advice : DOSAGE
35. "The Prisoner of _____" : ZENDA
36. Marryin' _____ of "Li'l Abner" : SAM
37. _____ uproar : INAN
41. Plenty, to FitzGerald : ENOW
42. Comic Sahl : MORT
43. Antique description : RARE
44. "Peter Pan" dog : NANA
45. More of the verse : IAMLOVINGSWEETANDKIND
51. Filmdom's Alastair : SIM
52. Where to see Gérard Depardieu : CINE
53. "X-Files" extra : ALIEN
54. Davis of "Evening Shade" : OSSIE
55. Bridge type : TRESTLE
57. "Phèdre" playwright : RACINE
59. Pollen bearer : ANTHER
60. Eagle wearer : COLONEL
62. Solidly based : TENABLE
64. Brightly colored wrap : SERAPE
67. 1963 Broadway hit : OLIVER
69. British aristocracy : PEERAGE
73. Month of the año : ENERO
74. Pundit : SWAMI
75. Norway's patron saint : OLAV
76. "That makes me mad!" : GRR
77. More of the verse : WOULDNTITBENICEMYDEAR
82. Greek oil-flask : OLPE
83. Let up : EASE
84. Stiff in the joints : ACHY
85. _____-European : INDO
86. Glamour founder : NAST
87. Julienne, e.g.: Abbr. : STE
88. Pitches, as hay : FORKS
90. Late, great saxophonist Gordon : DEXTER
92. Erwin of early TV : STU
93. Immediately : TODAY
94. _____ of ale : POT
95. More wan : PASTIER
99. Oviform : egg :: dolabriform : _____ : AXE
100. Fell back : RELAPSED
105. End of the verse : IFIWERETHISWAYALLYEAR
109. Morning prayer : MATINS
110. Grievous, to grandma : WOESOME
111. 1990 Stanley Cup champs : OILERS
112. Kind of theater : ARENA
113. Makes effervescent : AERATES
114. Song of triumph : PAEAN
1. Foolin' : JIVE
2. Teen follower : AGER
3. "M*A*S*H" co-star : FARR
4. Kind of pan : FRYING
5. Tertiary Period epoch : EOCENE
6. Wax-glazed fabric : CIRE
7. Black cuckoo : ANI
8. Letter addenda : PSS
9. Come to : ATTEND
10. "The Magic Flute" heroine : PAMINA
11. _____ case : INANY
12. S.A.T. company : ETS
13. Stone landmark : CAIRN
14. Bowl of cherries, maybe : LIFE
15. Store warning : ASIS
16. Carry on : RANT
17. Cutlass, e.g., informally : OLDS
18. Certain investigator : FED
20. Panel heads : FOREMEN
22. Historic Eur. inits. : HRE
23. Arid : SAHARAN
28. Chip off the old ice block : BERG
29. Tolkien tree-men : ENTS
31. Believer in one God on rational grounds : DEIST
32. Broadcasting : ONAIR
33. Amien's river : SOMME
34. Hardware item : AWL
35. Taxi map division : ZONE
36. Shiny material : SATEEN
37. Juli of the L.P.G.A. : INKSTER
38. J. Carrol _____, TV's Charlie Chan : NAISH
39. Poe poem "For _____" : ANNIE
40. Raider Ralph : NADER
42. Sal _____, the Switchblade Kid : MINEO
43. Emmy winner Rob : REINER
46. Paper nautilus, e.g. : OCTOPOD
47. _____-de-Paris, France : VILLE
48. W.W. II enlistee : WAC
49. Blue bloods : ELITE
50. Brian of "Beau Geste" : DONLEVY
56. Sin color? : SCARLET
57. Pertain : RELATE
58. Go out on ______ : ALIMB
59. Shipboard position : ABEAM
61. Not at all : NOWISE
63. Marquand's late George : APLEY
64. Attach, as a button : SEWON
65. "Waterworld" girl : ENOLA
66. Enlists again : REUPS
68. Fight (for) : VIE
70. Envoy : AGENT
71. Year in school : GRADE
72. Slip : ERROR
74. Height : STATURE
75. Noted newspaper publisher : OCHS
78. Home makers : NESTERS
79. Japan's first capital : NARA
80. Repugnant, to Junior : ICKY
81. Fort near Trenton : DIX
88. More shrewd : FOXIER
89. Classic Bee Gees album : ODESSA
90. Whipped cream serving : DOLLOP
91. And others : ETALIA
92. Tuscany tourist locale : SIENA
93. Western lake : TAHOE
94. Pellet : PEA
95. Fine cotton : PIMA
96. In the distance : AFAR
97. Where it's at : SITE
98. Certain movie theater : TWIN
100. Bartender's bottles : RYES
101. 1944 Pulitzer journalist : PYLE
102. "Did you ever _____ lassie...?" : SEEA
103. Gross, so to speak : EARN
104. No and Dre, e.g. : DRS
106. USAir rival : TWA
107. Cousin of "huh?" : WOT
108. Soul, in Sens : AME

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