REAL PEOPLE

New York Times, Sunday, March 27, 1994

Author: Jeanette K. Brill
Editor: Will Shortz
Jeanette K. Brill
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 74 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 80 for Ms. Brill. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Harbor : BASIN
6. Fluid part of blood : PLASMA
12. Slangy refusal : NODICE
18. 1990 movie "Home _____" : ALONE
19. Chap : ROUGHEN
20. Blackboard adjuncts : ERASERS
22. Fitting name for a baseball pitcher : JACKARMSTRONG
24. Catches a misdeed : DETECTS
25. "Exodus" hero : ARI
26. "La Plume de Ma _____" : TANTE
27. Essence : ODOR
29. TV Guide listing : SERIES
30. Noisy fight : MELEE
32. Solid unsaturated alcohol : STEROL
34. _____ Rio, Tex. : DEL
35. Former name of radon : NITON
36. Fitting name for a prison warden : LEWISLAWES
40. Govt. flight regulator : FAA
43. Nibbles : GNAWS
44. Creepy 1976 film, with "The" : OMEN
45. Tosspot's problem : DTS
46. Small islands : AITS
47. Show infatuation with : OGLE
48. Israel's Eban : ABBA
49. English poet Matthew : PRIOR
51. Exclamations of inquiry : HEHS
52. Fitting name for a golfer : HUBERTGREEN
55. River in northern France : SELLE
56. Stashed away : SECRETED
60. Alda and Paton : ALANS
61. Gardener, at times : SPADER
62. Not given an audience : UNHEARD
63. Dr. Fu Manchu player of 1929 : OLAND
64. Israeli Prime Minister, 1953-55 : SHARETT
65. Meager : SCANTY
66. Earthen container : CROCK
67. City where Henry IV was crowned, 1594 : CHARTRES
68. Severs : PARTS
69. Fitting name for a Congressman : BARNEYFRANK
71. Sunny vacation spot : ISLE
72. Goodbyes : TATAS
73. Toothy tool : RAKE
74. Big name in 60's folk music : ARLO
78. Epitome of thinness : REED
79. White House moniker : ABE
80. Word with soul or help : MATE
81. Primp : PREEN
82. Masthead listings, for short : EDS
83. Fitting name for a golfer : GARYPLAYER
87. Ordain : ENACT
88. Soldier of 1861 : REB
91. Inscribed stone markers : STELAE
92. "_____ Lady" (Willa Cather novel) : ALOST
93. Conservationists' _____ Club : SIERRA
96. To dare, in Dijon : OSER
97. Insects' sensory organs : PALPI
100. _____ generis : SUI
102. Throwback : ATAVIST
104. Fitting name for a tennis player : MARGARETCOURT
107. Reconcile : MEDIATE
108. Refuges : ASYLUMS
109. _____-ski : APRES
110. Enzyme in milk : RENNIN
111. Big name in candy : NESTLE
112. Strapped : NEEDY
1. Mexicali locale : BAJA
2. Frightful : ALARMING
3. Relating to people at large : SOCIETAL
4. Sign : INK
5. Makes trim : NEATENS
6. Mail : POST
7. Accompaniment for a pavane : LUTE
8. Farm-related: Abbr. : AGR
9. Photography sessions : SHOOTS
10. Botanist Gregor : MENDEL
11. Sweater material : ANGORA
12. "High Noon" composer Washington : NED
13. Vein contents : ORES
14. Out : DATED
15. River to the Rhone : ISERE
16. Fitting name for a baseball player : CECILFIELDER
17. Collectible modern illustrator : ERTE
19. Presidential monogram : RMN
21. Draft agcy. : SSS
23. "The Facts of Life" star : RAE
28. Not the quiet ones : ROWDIES
31. Actor Rob : LOWE
32. Original _____ : SIN
33. Divulge : LETON
35. Ex-Vietnamese leader _____ Dinh Diem : NGO
36. Aimed high? : LOBBED
37. Set firmly : EMBED
38. Have on : WEAR
39. Obsolete map abbr. : SSR
41. Olympian : ATHLETE
42. States positively : ASSERTS
46. Have _____ (be kind) : AHEART
48. "Here Comes Santa Claus" singer : AUTRY
49. Mischevious : PRANKY
50. Split apart : REND
52. Preliminary races : HEATS
53. Vultures have them : TALONS
54. Candied, as fruits : GLACE
55. Bit of excitement : SPARK
56. Sigh : SUSPIRE
57. Covered completely : ENCASED
58. Fitting name for an author : CHARLESREADE
59. Let : RENTED
61. Classic western : SHANE
63. Odd, to a Scot : ORRA
64. Dinner table item : SHAKER
66. Serve specially : CATERTO
67. Jalopy : CRATE
69. Raisin cakes : BABAS
70. Become raveled : FRAY
72. Nickname : TAG
74. Peter the cartoonist : ARNO
75. Give comfort to : REASSURE
76. Rebuked at length : LECTURED
77. Its cap. is Toronto : ONT
80. Al Capp's Daisy _____ : MAE
81. Avian bigmouth : PELICAN
84. Toady : YESMAN
85. Word repeated before "Me" in a Beatles hit : PLEASE
86. Bird and King : LARRYS
89. See 93 Down : ERVIN
90. Skater Boitano : BRIAN
92. Inclined : APT
93. With 89 Down, a past Senator from North Carolina : SAM
94. Brain passage : ITER
95. _____ spumante : ASTI
97. Novelist Theroux : PAUL
98. French weapon : ARME
99. Bandleader Brown : LES
101. Small beginning? : ITSY
103. Decamerous group : TEN
105. Gold in color: Abbr. : GLT
106. Unfold, poetically : OPE

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