EVERY TOM, DICK AND HARRY

New York Times, Sunday, February 26, 1995

Author: Fred Piscop
Editor: Will Shortz
Fred Piscop
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 76 Missing: {Z} Spans: 5 This is puzzle # 12 for Mr. Piscop. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pro _____ : TEM
4. Singer Khan : CHAKA
9. Stately : NOBLE
14. Jimmy of "NYPD Blue" : SMITS
19. Japanese admiral Yuko : ITO
20. Was moribund : AILED
21. Ne plus ultra : IDEAL
22. U.S. Chief Justice, 1936-65 : TANEY
23. Tom, Dick and Harry : THUMBVANDYKEANDMORGAN
27. Strips : UNROBES
28. Battery inventor : VOLTA
29. Just conclusion? : INCASE
30. First name in skating : SONJA
31. Telephone man : BELL
32. Cartoon dog : ODIE
33. Turkish honorific : AGA
35. Part of N.B. : NOTA
36. Buckets, perhaps : CARSEATS
40. Tom, Dick and Harry : SEAVERMARTINANDTRUMAN
46. Ye _____ Curiosity Shoppe : OLDE
47. Irish actor Patrick : MAGEE
48. Nay sayers : ANTIS
49. Christian _____ : ERA
50. Apollo component, for short : LEM
51. Forearm parts : ULNAS
52. Flexible : LITHE
53. Redhead? : LENIN
55. One at the start : UNI
56. In view : SEEN
57. Battery type : AAA
58. Admission requirements, informally : TIX
59. Tom, Dick and Harry : MIXBUTTONANDBELAFONTE
68. "_____ est celare artem" (Latin proverb) : ARS
69. Council member: Abbr. : ALD
70. Grease monkey's task : LUBE
71. Mouths, anatomically : ORA
72. Dental restoration : ONLAY
75. Cornerstone features : DATES
77. Novel forms : SAGAS
78. Small songbird : TIT
79. Duffer's dream : ACE
80. Opposite of remove : PUTIN
81. 1928 Fritz Lang thriller : SPIES
82. Thorn, for one : RUNE
83. Tom, Dick and Harry : SAWYERCAVETTANDCHAPIN
88. Enough : ADEQUATE
89. Gaming table equipment : RAKE
90. Churl : OAF
91. Fontanne's partner : LUNT
92. Sweeping : WIDE
93. Bank holdings: Abbr. : MTGES
97. Burial markers : STELAE
100. They can always be counted on : ABACI
102. Where Medicine Hat is : ALBERTA
104. Tom, Dick and Harry : ARNOLDCLARKANDHOUDINI
108. "Count _____!" : MEOUT
109. Star in Orion : RIGEL
110. Norse pantheon : AESIR
111. Forty-niner's need : PAN
112. Trattoria topper : PESTO
113. Cup, in Caen : TASSE
114. Projecting part : PRONG
115. Guinness suffix : EST
1. Shakespeare's mad general : TITUS
2. Prefix with centric : ETHNO
3. Bewail : MOURN
4. Simoleons : CABBAGE
5. Scene of busyness : HIVE
6. "_____, my Love! ye do me wrong" : ALAS
7. Baseball's Griffey Sr. or Jr. : KEN
8. Make sense, with "up" : ADD
9. Composer Rimsky-Korsakov : NIKOLAI
10. Digger _____ of "The Life of Riley" : ODELL
11. Recipe instruction : BEAT
12. "Peyton Place" actress Wood : LANA
13. Old age, in old times : ELD
14. More poker-faced : STONIER
15. Actor without lines? : MARCEAU
16. Actress Swenson : INGA
17. Socials : TEAS
18. Auld lang _____ : SYNE
24. Needles, Calif., locale : MOJAVE
25. Mimieux of "Where the Boys Are" : YVETTE
26. Central positions : MIDSTS
31. Is wearisome : BORES
32. "Do _____" : ORDIE
34. Ornamental bands : ARMLETS
35. Japanese city, host of the 1998 Winter Olympics : NAGANO
36. Cambridge student : CANTAB
37. Flower: Prefix : ANTH
38. Govt. agents : TMEN
39. Madras garb : SARI
40. Soil layer : SOLUM
41. Nicholas Gage book : ELENI
42. Mingle with : ADMIX
43. "Olympia" painter : MANET
44. Young dragonfly : NAIAD
45. A Bobbsey twin : NAN
51. Shylock's terms : USURY
52. Hauls in : LANDS
53. Thomas Hardy's "_____ Little Ironies" : LIFES
54. Skeleton starter : EXO
58. Hot sauce : TABASCO
60. Pasture cry : BAA
61. Kind of son or American : NATIVE
62. Coeur d'_____, Idaho : ALENE
63. Skater Zayak : ELAINE
64. Went downhill fast? : LUGED
65. Still in bed : NOTUP
66. Singer Lopez : TRINI
67. Finished dinner : EATEN
72. Western Hemisphere treaty grp. : OAS
73. Tourn. sponsor since 1939 : NCAA
74. Satyric : LEWD
75. Gold coin : DUCAT
76. Rat _____ : ATAT
77. Talked, old-style : SPAKE
80. Trimmed : PRUNED
81. Bowl locales : STADIA
82. Traveled à la Heyerdahl : RAFTED
84. Not wait to be called : YELLOUT
85. On a par with : EQUALTO
86. Hardly a torrent : TRICKLE
87. Site of early Beatles gigs : HAMBURG
92. Goods : WARES
94. Beef : GRIPE
95. Lab burners : ETNAS
96. Virtuous one : SAINT
97. Corn porridge : SAMP
98. Place for a small house : TREE
99. Slaughter in baseball : ENOS
100. Inter _____ : ALIA
101. Luggage : BAGS
102. Charlie Chan comment : AHSO
103. Beef cut : LOIN
105. PC monitor : CRT
106. Fuzz : NAP
107. Van _____ Waals forces (physics topic) : DER

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