GROUP DYNAMICS

New York Times, Sunday, March 13, 1994

Author: Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Nicholson Joline
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 74 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 64 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Strands : BEACHES
8. Hopi home : PUEBLO
14. Finish with a flourish : TOPOFF
20. Antiquated : ARCHAIC
21. Gain : ATTAIN
22. Maestro Toscanini : ARTURO
23. BAILEY, BUCK, WHITE : STRINGOFPEARLS
25. They may be dental : PLATES
26. Visit : SEE
27. "_____ life!" : GETA
28. Arctic traveler John : RAE
29. Betsy and Diana : ROSSES
30. BUCHWALD, CARNEY, GARFUNKEL, LINKLETTER : ARTCOLLECTION
35. Half a fly : TSE
36. Bake, in a way : SHIRR
40. Anatole France novel : THAIS
41. _____ del Sol (region in Spain) : COSTA
43. Dome-shaped jellyfish : MEDUSAS
46. Honest _____ : ABE
47. The least bit of concern : HOOT
49. A party to, as a secret : INON
52. Trojan War figure : ARES
53. SIMMONS, STAPLETON : PAIROFJEANS
56. Writer Buchanan : EDNA
57. Scam : CON
58. Hunting dog : SETTER
59. Pismires : ANTS
60. Peeping Tom : SPIER
61. First-aid _____ : KIT
62. Common test answer : TRUE
63. Needle holder : FIR
64. Talkative : WINDY
65. Give a ticket to : CITE
67. LEONTYNE, RAY, VINCENT : PRICELIST
72. Actress Swenson : INGA
73. Actor Willem : DAFOE
74. Like McCuller's cafe : SAD
75. Kitty : PUSS
77. Luck of the draw? : BYE
79. Brownie-to-Girl Scout ceremony : FLYUP
80. Teen hangout : MALL
82. Scales : MOUNTS
84. Patriot's end : ISM
85. Kind of joint : CLIP
86. DENNIS, DORIS : DAYAFTERDAY
88. Bridge player's goal : SLAM
89. January 1 word : SYNE
90. Hot times on the Riviera : ETES
91. Subjoin : ADD
92. "Carmen" setting : SEVILLE
94. Adapts for special use : GEARS
96. Burger King offering : FRIES
98. Miniature map : INSET
99. Farragut, e.g.: Abbr. : ADM
101. CHARLIE-DOROTHY, ELEANOR-FESS : DOUBLEPARKERS
106. Old salt : SEADOG
108. Long time : EON
109. Brainchild : IDEA
110. Corp. biggie : CEO
113. "Boom" preceder, in song : TARARA
114. CAREW-MCKUEN-SERLING-STEIGER-TAYLOR : CONNECTINGRODS
119. Short sock : ANKLET
120. Shows reverence : KNEELS
121. "I Was a ______ Werewolf" (1957 flick) : TEENAGE
122. Live : RESIDE
123. Nicole Hollander comic strip : SYLVIA
124. Stupefies : SEDATES
1. Striped fish : BASS
2. Artist de Tirtoff, professionally : ERTE
3. Subdivision subdivision : ACRE
4. Fraternity letter : CHI
5. Airport features : HANGARS
6. Eastwood's "The _____ Sanction" : EIGER
7. General called "Old Fuss and Feathers" : SCOTT
8. Drivel : PAP
9. Language related to Aztec : UTE
10. Flight abbr. : ETA
11. Ballet-practice fixtures : BARRES
12. New Hampshire's state flower : LILAC
13. Start : ONSET
14. They grow down : TAPROOTS
15. Some fabrics : ORLONS
16. School orgs. : PTAS
17. BRADLEY, CLINTON, COSBY : OUTSTANDINGBILLS
18. Manumits : FREES
19. "Cabaret" director : FOSSE
24. Item for Sgt. Friday : FACT
31. Midwest hub : OHARE
32. Important political bloc : LABOR
33. Gladly : LIEF
34. Pictures on monitors : ICONS
36. Sign of love - or hate : SMACK
37. With valor : HEROICALLY
38. HAMILL, HARMON, MESSIER, SPITZ : IDENTIFYINGMARKS
39. Neighbor of Ukr. : RUS
42. Haberdashery accessory : TIEPIN
44. Rich Little, e.g. : APER
45. Showed surprise : SATUP
47. Painter Rousseau : HENRI
48. Haggis ingredient : OAT
50. Frenzied store event : ONEDAYSALE
51. Not any : NARY
54. Anatomical passage : ITER
55. "Go directly to _____" : JAIL
58. Declivitous : STEEP
60. Ham go-with : SWISS
63. Rate setter, with "the" : FED
66. "Dome doily" : TOUPEE
68. Mallorca and Ibiza, e.g. : ISLAS
69. A little lower? : CALF
70. Tater : SPUD
71. Albacore and bluefin : TUNAS
73. U.S.A.F. awards : DFCS
76. Eye problem : STYE
78. Irish patriot Robert : EMMET
80. Taiwan Strait island : MATSU
81. Roll-call response : AYE
82. News conference attendees : MEDIA
83. Direct : ORDER
86. Belittle : DEROGATE
87. Weather protector : TARP
88. Kind of tax : SIN
93. Grim-_____ (stern-faced) : VISAGED
95. Beloved : ADORED
96. Relative of parsley : FENNEL
97. Revue segment : SKIT
99. "_____ Fell Out of Heaven" (1936 hit) : ASTAR
100. 1776 patriot Silas : DEANE
102. Heineken rival : BECKS
103. Bonkers : LOONY
104. Censors : EDITS
105. "Walk Away, _____" (1966 pop song) : RENEE
107. Bunuel collaborator : DALI
110. Chesterfield, e.g. : COAT
111. Keenness, as of appetite : EDGE
112. Suffixes on candy wrappers : OSES
115. Ida. neighbor : NEV
116. Ransom _____ Olds : ELI
117. The Grays' side: Abbr. : CSA
118. Genetic letters : RNA

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