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New York Times, Sunday, April 24, 1994

Author: Louis Sabin
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 69 Missing: {FJQXZ} This is puzzle # 109 for Mr. Sabin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Separates for the wash : SORTS
6. Fashioned : MADE
10. Puts up : ERECTS
16. "Second Chorus" star : ASTAIRE
18. Polio was his target : SABIN
19. Brigham Young's settlement : DESERET
21. Shopper's convenience : CHARGEACCOUNT
23. Punish, in the lockup : ISOLATE
24. World chess champ, 1960-61 : TAL
25. _____ Lawrence College : SARAH
26. The Bounty's anchorage : TAHITI
28. Beer order : LITE
29. 1958 Oscar winner for "The Big Country" : IVES
31. Scare off : DETER
33. Wyandot Indian : HURON
34. Point on a radar screen : BLIP
35. Life _____ (emergency gear) : VESTS
37. Muster out of the R.A.F. : DEMOB
39. Rev.'s offering : SER
40. Coeur d'_____, Idaho : ALENE
41. Kind of planning : ESTATE
43. Part of R.S.V. : REVISED
45. King during W.W. II : GEORGE
46. Vincent Lopez's theme song : NOLA
48. Chemical endings : ENES
49. _____-a-brac : BRIC
50. Itinerant minister : CIRCUITRIDER
55. Bending : CROOKING
59. So far : ASYET
60. Boater or stovepipe : LID
61. Scene : TABLEAU
63. Ovett track rival : COE
64. Some M&M's : REDS
65. Hullabaloo : MANIA
67. Slav in the news : CROAT
68. Vandyke place : CHIN
69. Italian countdown word : TRE
70. "Gigi" actress : GINGOLD
72. Closure : END
73. Electrical problem : SHORT
74. Herpetologist's pets : SERPENTS
76. Bargain centers : OUTLETSTORES
79. Ripe for drafting : ONEA
80. Classmate, e.g. : PEER
81. Kind of hand : HOUR
82. Braggart : CROWER
85. Colonel on the board : MUSTARD
88. Won skillfully : SNARED
92. Dijon dreams : REVES
93. Julie Andrews comedy, 1981 : SOB
94. Sweethearts' electricity : SPARK
96. Winter wear : GLOVE
97. "Happy Days Are Here Again" composer Milton : AGER
98. Leave angrily with "off" : STALK
100. Jane Campion film, with "The" : PIANO
102. Yield : EMIT
103. Common butt of jokes : NERD
104. Feeling a loss : PINING
106. Amphion's wife : NIOBE
108. First-rate : ACE
109. Add spice to : ENLIVEN
111. What's going on : CURRENTEVENTS
114. Forestalling, with "off" : STAVING
115. Energy sources : ATOMS
116. Russian political oddity : TSARIST
117. Quick : SPEEDY
118. Word : NEWS
119. Medicinal herb : SENNA
1. Most outdated : STALEST
2. Pulwar puller : OAR
3. Truck stop stoppers : RIGS
4. "Don't _____ on me!" : TREAD
5. Cauterized : SEARED
6. Red Book author : MAO
7. Touch : ABUT
8. 50's singer Washington : DINAH
9. Bubbles over : ENTHUSES
10. Masthead heading : EDITOR
11. Plastics base : RESIN
12. That, in Toledo : ESO
13. Part of a pen : CELLBLOCK
14. Bloodhound : TRAILER
15. Play layout : SETTING
16. On the go : ACTIVE
17. Removes a layer : SHAVES
18. Connive : SCHEME
20. Brave retreat? : TEEPEE
22. Do a banquet : CATER
27. Drove up the wall : IRED
30. Positions : STANCES
32. Peregrinated : ROVED
36. Robust : STOUT
38. Noted name in I.Q. testing : BINET
40. Y's associates? : AEIOU
42. "L.A. Law" lawyer : ELI
44. Glacial ridge : SERAC
45. Old English coin : GROAT
47. Falcons' nest : ATLANTA
49. Spaciousness : BREADTH
50. Hauls : CARTS
51. Val-d'_____ (French resort) : ISERE
52. Winona from Winona : RYDER
53. Olympics logo : RINGS
54. One's own: Prefix : IDIO
55. Look-alike : CLONE
56. Apollo's blood : ICHOR
57. Bete-_____ : NOIRE
58. Words on some doors : GENTS
62. Entertaining Jacques : BREL
65. Clementine's father, e.g. : MINER
66. Spiny-leafed plants : ALOES
68. Beethoven's Ninth : CHORALE
70. Subject of biotech study : GENES
71. 1993 Sinatra album : DUETS
73. Bilked : STUNG
75. Prelude to an airplane bombing : POWERDIVE
77. _____ Family Singers : TRAPP
78. Offshore A.P.B. : SOS
80. Tavern keeper : PUBLICAN
82. Rubbernecks : CRANES
83. College board : REGENTS
84. Waste cause : OVERLAP
85. Punster's reward : MOAN
86. Batting champ Tim : RAINES
87. Sink necessity : DRAIN
89. Wallachia and Moldavia, today : ROMANIA
90. Boots : EVICTS
91. Execrate : DETEST
93. Tight : STINGY
95. Don who played Barney Fife : KNOTTS
98. Splurge : SPEND
99. 20's "All American" : KNUTE
101. Like Jabba the Hutt, of "Star Wars" : OBESE
105. Swell : GROW
107. Author Hunter : EVAN
110. Play the game : VIE
112. Rental sign abbr. : RMS
113. Part of a crossword aviary : ERN

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