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New York Times, Sunday, April 14, 1996

Author: Henry Hook
Editor: Will Shortz
Henry Hook
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 146, Blocks: 84 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 35 for Mr. Hook. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pronto : PDQ
4. Letterman's turf : CBS
7. Pretty, in ancient Rome : BELLA
12. Summerhouse : GAZEBO
18. Perfume label word : EAU
19. Clinton Cabinet member : RENO
21. Wanted poster datum : ALIAS
22. Rant about : RAILON
23. Sch. grp. : PTA
24. Headline of January 1896 : UTAHJOINSTHEUNION
27. Chair style : SEDAN
29. Excite, in slang : GRAB
30. Some people take a shine to it : SHOE
31. "Peter Pan" dog : NANA
32. Be of importance, old-style : RECK
34. Public relations concern : IMAGE
37. Yawner's feeling : ENNUI
39. Quaff introduced in 1896 : MICHELOBBEER
42. Cordage grass : ESPARTO
46. Pouch : SAC
47. "Yippee!" : YAY
48. They're helpless : SOLOISTS
50. Corn byproduct : OIL
51. Hardly gregarious : ICY
52. Office holder? : CLIP
55. Neighbor of B.C. : ALTA
56. The _____ Reader (1990's magazine) : UTNE
57. Richie's dad, to Fonzie : MRC
58. 1896 dramatic work : THESEAGULL
62. Marquand sleuth : MRMOTO
64. Cheek-related : MALAR
66. Longtime Philly conductor : ORMANDY
67. Architect I.M. : PEI
68. "Not that again!" : SEENIT
70. Wearer of pointy footgear : ELF
71. Unisex garb : SLACKS
75. Gunk : GOO
76. Washington Monument, e.g. : OBELISK
80. Soap Box Derby site : AKRON
81. 1951 Lanza role : CARUSO
84. Her advice column debuted in 1896 : DOROTHYDIX
87. Oklahoma city : ADA
88. Book after Joel : AMOS
89. Bed size : TWIN
91. Dutch treat : EDAM
92. Jam ingredient? : CAR
93. Book course : LIT
94. Yellow Sea port : TSINGTAO
98. Skedaddled : RAN
100. "The Birth of a Nation" grp. : KKK
101. Product of the rumor mill : FACTOID
103. 1896 event, absent since A.D. 394 : OLYMPICGAMES
107. "All _____ Is the Girl" ("Gypsy" song) : INEED
109. Shouted : CRIED
110. Through : OVER
111. Patches things up? : SEWS
114. Antlered beasts : ROES
116. Individual : SELF
118. Green-skinned pear : ANJOU
121. It was the talk of Chicago, July 1896 : CROSSOFGOLDSPEECH
126. Stomach muscles : ABS
127. Yearbook : ANNUAL
128. Bye at the French Open? : ADIEU
129. Nonpayment result : REPO
130. Boulogne business abbr. : CIE
131. Give the same old story : RETELL
132. Goalie's stats : SAVES
133. Aachen article : DAS
134. Chess pcs. : KTS
1. Invigorates with "up" : PEPS
2. Appointment : DATE
3. First Ford auto, completed in 1896 : QUADRICYCLE
4. Brittle : CRUNCHY
5. Put on the line : BET
6. Catch : SNAG
7. Tropical trees : BAOBABS
8. Ivy Leaguer : ELI
9. Kind of algebra: Abbr. : LIN
10. Colleen : LASS
11. Soap title start : ASTHE
12. Tradables introduced in 1896 : GREENSTAMPS
13. Sports org. : AAU
14. Garden bloom : ZINNIA
15. Literary pseudonym : ELIA
16. Kind of companion : BOON
17. Choreographer White : ONNA
20. Start of the "flying down" song : OHRIO
25. Doorframe part : JAMB
26. Square : HONEST
28. N.R.C. forerunner : AEC
33. He played TV's Mike Hammer : KEACH
35. Prizm, e.g. : GEO
36. Wet wiggler : EEL
38. Boom times : UPS
39. "Oklahoma!" star : MACRAE
40. "The Bronx Zoo" author : LYLE
41. Explorer Amundsen : ROALD
43. Old Sunday paper section : ROTO
44. Salon application : TINT
45. Remedy for dry toast : OLEO
46. Super Bowl XXI M.V.P. : SIMMS
49. In a bad way : ILLY
53. Equi- : ISO
54. In accordance with : PER
56. Inuit craft : UMIAK
58. Small combos : TRIOS
59. Muslim bigwig : AMEER
60. Noted name in wine : GALLO
61. Out of shape : UNFIT
63. Stop worrying : RELAX
65. Black _____ : ANGUS
69. With 72-Down, snacks introduced in 1896 : TOOTSIEROLL
72. See 69-Down : CRACKERJACK
73. Brownies : KODAKS
74. Lewis Carroll's Boojum : SNARK
76. Valhalla V.I.P. : ODIN
77. Beat it : BONGO
78. Yon maiden : SHE
79. Marlowe contemporary : KYD
81. A little lower : CALF
82. "What _____ mind reader?" : AMIA
83. Campus mil. grp. : ROTC
85. Jeanne _____ : DARC
86. Erstwhile larva : IMAGO
90. Nowhere near : WIDEOF
94. Shipping unit : TON
95. Mom's specialty : TLC
96. Scottish river : AYR
97. Casus _____ (legal situation) : OMISSUS
99. Hogan dwellers : NAVAHOS
102. Something to sneeze at : TISSUE
104. Incubator noise : PEEP
105. Sluggard : IDLER
106. Chaps : MEN
108. "The Dancing Class" artist : DEGAS
111. Rumble reminder : SCAR
112. Piscivorous flyer : ERNE
113. Practice : WONT
115. Pop : SODA
117. Satellite broadcast : FEED
119. Last writes? : OBIT
120. Versatility list : USES
122. Erie Canal mule : SAL
123. Actress Ullmann : LIV
124. Inferior mark : DEE
125. Number-cruncher : CPA

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