TWOFERS

New York Times, Sunday, February 19, 1995

Author: Alfio Micci
Editor: Will Shortz
Alfio Micci
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 82 Missing: {JKQXZ} This is puzzle # 94 for Mr. Micci. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Auto's high and low : BEAMS
6. Just _____ (not much) : ATAD
10. Biographer's item : OBIT
14. Work period : SHIFT
19. _____ in the right direction : ASTEP
20. Reply to the Little Red Hen : NOTI
21. N.F.L. kicker Matt : BAHR
22. Novelist _____ Vargas Llosa : MARIO
23. Where accommodations might give trouble : SPELLINGBEES
25. Half of a pop duo : TONITENNILLE
27. Unearned : HONORARY
28. Ruth's land, in the Bible : MOAB
30. Applauded : PRAISED
31. Like some hair : WAVY
32. Of the shinbone : TIBIAL
34. Wall Street worker, for short : ARB
35. Like "sequoia" letterwise : VOWELY
38. Charles Perrault tale : PUSSINBOOTS
40. Off yonder : AFAR
44. "_____ it!" (gleeful cry) : IDID
45. Actress Turner : LANA
46. _____-jongg : MAH
47. Home of the oldest university in the Americas : LIMA
48. Big Ten's _____ State : PENN
49. Dirty digs : HOVEL
50. Ancient monument : STELE
52. Time to attack : DDAY
53. Blemishes : STIGMATA
56. Moving packs : HORDES
57. Ballet bend : PLIE
58. Rome's _____ Wall : SERVIAN
59. Super : AONE
60. Addict : FIEND
61. Part of an inning : TOP
62. Coiffures : HEADDRESSES
66. Chump : OAF
67. Yuks : HAHAS
69. Counting method : TENS
70. Blank spaces : LACUNAS
73. Kind of mitt : OVEN
74. Stand : ENDURE
77. Virgin, in a way : UNTRODDEN
79. Lacerate : RIP
80. Smears : DAUBS
81. Big name in cosmetics : ARDEN
83. Kind of sermon : LAY
84. Throw for _____ : ALOOP
86. Treatment : USE
87. One with no standing? : LIER
88. Marketer's start : TELE
89. Drama critic John : LAHR
90. Some dives : CANNONBALLS
94. Frost lines : VERSES
96. _____ witch hunt : ONA
98. French rocket : ARIANE
99. End piece : CODA
100. Whip up : AGITATE
104. Res _____ loquitur : IPSA
105. Get ready for dinner? : SALIVATE
109. Tasty pie filling : GOOSEBERRIES
111. Noted English diarist : LEWISCARROLL
113. Saw : ADAGE
114. Domestic slave : ESNE
115. Murder : DOIN
116. Princess' need : TIARA
117. Five Felipes : REYES
118. It's an imposition : DUTY
119. Chip, maybe : ANTE
120. Veers : SLUES
1. Bust-up : BASH
2. Ice star Phil, to friends : ESPO
3. Egyptian sun disk : ATEN
4. Aged : MELLOWED
5. Aeronautical maneuver : SPIRAL
6. Worked up : ANGRY
7. Beer mug : TOBY
8. To ____ (exactly) : ATEE
9. Ouster : DISMISSAL
10. Secure : OBTAIN
11. Thick-trunked African tree : BAOBAB
12. German pronoun : IHN
13. Public embarassment : TRIP
14. Soil : SMEAR
15. Invader of 218 B.C. : HANNIBAL
16. You can see through it : IRIS
17. Donizetti's "La _____ du Régiment" : FILLE
18. Digital : TOED
24. Dark blue : NAVY
26. Wrecks : TRASHES
29. Sash for Cio-Cio-San : OBI
32. Air : TUNE
33. Was imminent : LOOMED
35. Big guns, for short : VIPS
36. "The Country Girl" playwright : ODETS
37. Adventurer with Robin : WINNIETHEPOOH
38. Stately dance : PAVANE
39. It's hard to believe : TALE
41. Fusses : FIDDLEFADDLES
42. With force : AMAIN
43. Shone : RAYED
45. Indian water pot : LOTAH
49. Japanese yes : HAI
50. Volume units : SONES
51. Lock : TRESS
54. Grumble : GROAN
55. Biggest stars, briefly : MVPS
56. "One for My Baby" singer : HORNE
57. 1993 Holly Hunter film, with "The" : PIANO
59. Abaci : ADDERS
60. Lou Gehrig's number : FOUR
63. "Three men in _____" : ATUB
64. Dodges : ELUDES
65. Less frantic : SANER
67. Like clock chimes : HORAL
68. Saint Theresa's birthplace : AVILA
71. Box: Abbr. : CTN
72. Activist Bobby : SEALE
74. Train : EDUCATE
75. Grp. behind Magellan : NASA
76. Chaperon : DUENNA
78. Historian Russell and others : NYES
81. "Crimes and Misdemeanors" star : ALANALDA
82. Moon valley : RILLE
85. Ward : PROTEGE
88. Anguish : TRAVAIL
91. "Mysterious" place : ORIENT
92. Comedian Russell : NIPSEY
93. First degrees : BAS
94. Tennessee players : VOLS
95. Ukases : EDICTS
97. Local screens : NABES
99. Ship in a 1951 best-seller : CAINE
100. Emulsifying agent : AGAR
101. Former Philly mayor Wilson _____ : GOODE
102. British exclamation : ISAY
103. Missed the mark : ERRED
105. Houlihan portrayer : SWIT
106. Pianist Claudio : ARRAU
107. Made tracks : TORE
108. Greece, to modern Greeks : ELLAS
110. Terre Haute sch. : ISU
112. Many lifetimes : EON

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