ADDLEPATED ADS

New York Times, Sunday, March 6, 1994

Author: Frances Hansen
Editor: Will Shortz
Frances Hansen
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 70 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 5 This is puzzle # 82 for Ms. Hansen. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Tales from Shakespear" cowriter : LAMB
5. Assays : TESTS
10. First word of "The Raven" : ONCE
14. Rybinsk Reservoir site : VOLGA
19. Author Wiesel : ELIE
20. Kind of acid : OLEIC
21. Artificial : FAUX
22. Wickerwork material : OSIER
23. Dry cleaner's ad : MAKEYOURCOATREPELLENT
27. D'Oyly Carte offering : OPERETTA
28. Arduous journey : TREK
29. Bleeds : EXTORTS
30. Netman Ilie : NASTASE
31. Forest opening : GLEN
32. Mlle., across the Pyrenees : SRTA
33. Faulkner's "_____ Lay Dying" : ASI
34. Rafsanjani's country : IRAN
35. Oklahoma Indian : OTO
36. Bunyan's Blue Ox : BABE
40. Pest controller's ad : WEEXTERMINATEALLHOMES
47. Recherche : RARE
48. Mirrored : APED
49. Like marcelled hair : WAVY
50. Like _____ from the blue : ABOLT
51. Greek letters : ETAS
52. Urban miasma : SMOG
53. Richard of "Pretty Woman" : GERE
54. Hooked grass-cutter : SICKLE
55. Singer with the Four Knights : NAT
56. Henley crew-member : OAR
57. Clout : PULL
58. Figures : DATA
59. Grocery-store ad : STOCKUPTOSAVELIMITONE
67. _____ account (absolutely not) : ONNO
68. Billy Budd's captain : VERE
69. Doctrine : ISM
70. Burns's "Scots Wha _____" : HAE
71. Blocked, as a river : DAMMED
74. Miss Muller, of a Whittier poem : MAUD
75. Dream stages : REMS
76. Physicist Niels : BOHR
77. The ancient Mariner's cry : ASAIL
78. Estella, to Miss Havisham : WARD
79. Amneris's rival : AIDA
80. C'est _____ (it's his) : ALUI
81. Charlady's ad : WHYCLEANYOURSELFTRYME
86. "Untouchable" Eliot : NESS
87. Make a lap : SIT
88. Feather: Prefix : PTER
89. Yearling's mom : EWE
90. Kett of old funnies : ETTA
91. Bacheller's "_____ Holden" : EBEN
92. Proem : PREFACE
96. Word provider? : SPONSOR
100. Caeser's wife : UXOR
101. Stripper, notably : REVEALER
102. Pharmacy ad : WEDISPENSEWITHCONCERN
105. Together : ASONE
106. Crystal gazer : SEER
107. _____ and a day (legal time limit) : AYEAR
108. Noisy-le-Sec seasons : ETES
109. Cheap, poorly-made furniture : BORAX
110. Separate the laundry : SORT
111. Inclines : LEANS
112. Dare, in Dogpatch : DAST
1. It makes you pucker up : LEMON
2. Tap in a confirmation service : ALAPA
3. Radio equipment : MIKES
4. Excises of a sort : BEERTAXES
5. 1982 Dustin Hoffman role : TOOTSIE
6. Use a solvent : ELUTE
7. Antitoxins : SERA
8. Nervous twitch : TIC
9. Kiltie's country : SCOTLAND
10. Repeatedly : OFTEN
11. London stoolie : NARK
12. Prompter's hint : CUE
13. As an old hand : EXPERTLY
14. Electric-battery inventor : VOLTA
15. Sonja Henie's home : OSLO
16. One who's recumbent : LIER
17. Lady's partner : GENT
18. The humanities : ARTS
24. It inflates your dough : YEAST
25. Gladiators' stamping ground : ARENA
26. Eulogize : EXTOL
31. "Peer Gynt" composer : GRIEG
32. Italian white wine : SOAVE
34. Sense of a sentence : IMPORT
36. Ohio University mascot : BOBCAT
37. Running wild : AMOK
38. Big Ben, for one : BELL
39. Tasso's patron : ESTE
40. Songbirds : WRENS
41. Cause heartburn : EATAT
42. Sappho's Muse : ERATO
43. New Jersey mountain range : RAMAPO
44. Midnight : TWELVE
45. Bogart in "High Sierra" : EARLE
46. Toussaint L'Ouverture's land : HAITI
52. Dive suddenly, as a whale : SOUND
53. Shield : GUARD
54. Emma of "Dynasty" : SAMMS
57. Spurious : PSEUDO
58. Bleak : DISMAL
60. Funny papers : COMICS
61. Toll : KNELL
62. Pistil part : OVARY
63. Fischer-Dieskau's musical forte : LIEDER
64. "_____ Night" (Christmas carol) : OHOLY
65. A Minor Prophet : NAHUM
66. Spooky : EERIE
71. Homer's was "rosy-fingered" : DAWN
72. Late tennis great : ASHE
73. Baseball's "Say Hey" : MAYS
74. Devilfish : MANTA
75. On high : RISEN
76. Like some lies : BAREFACED
78. Role for 101 Down : WAITRESS
79. Kind of highway : ARTERIAL
82. Bar, legally : ESTOP
83. Isaac Stern stroke : UPBOW
84. Passions : FERVORS
85. 'Twixt : TWEEN
90. County on the Thames : ESSEX
91. Make an effort : EXERT
92. Popular pie variety : PECAN
93. Queen of the Misty Isles : ALETA
94. First discovered asteroid : CERES
95. Dadaist Max : ERNST
96. Sailor : SWAB
97. Cuban dough : PESO
98. Tang : ODOR
99. Companion of the Pinta : NINA
100. On-line person : USER
101. Perlman of "Cheers" : RHEA
103. Recent prefix : NEO
104. Ship rope : TYE

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