ANIMAL FARE

New York Times, Sunday, April 30, 1995

Author: Warren W. Reich
Editor: Will Shortz
Warren W. Reich
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 73 Missing: {Z} This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Reich. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Play the stock market : INVEST
7. Name in a directory : LISTEE
13. Word of caution : BEWARE
19. Woodsy shelter : LEANTO
20. Joins : ENTERS
21. Taxco wraps : SERAPES
22. Slapping webbed feet, doing backflip into a stream, etc.? : OTTERNONSENSE
24. Stalls : CARRELS
25. Assault the nostrils : REEK
26. Pain in the neck : PEST
27. Edgar-winning mystery writer : MARSH
28. _____ d'amore (baroque instrument) : OBOE
30. Put up with : ABIDE
32. Dweller along the Morava : SERB
33. Killer whale : ORCA
37. The Wilde-beest Weekly, e.g.? : GNUSPAPER
39. Old-time leading lady Dolores : DELRIO
41. Neighbor of China : LAOS
42. Poetic contraction : EER
43. Noted name in I.Q. testing : BINET
45. Christians' _____ Creed : NICENE
47. Coach : BUS
48. Strand : MAROON
51. Rephrased : EDITED
53. Altar part : RETABLE
55. Act mawkishly : SLOBBER
57. Hall of _____ : FAMER
59. Defunct council : SOVIET
60. Egyptian judge of the dead : OSIRIS
62. Fishing equipment : FLYROD
64. In-class work : NOTES
65. Cpl.'s inferior : PFC
66. Pull up : STOP
68. Ancient meeting place : STOA
70. Change: Abbr. : CTS
71. Closefitting hat : TOQUE
73. More than irk : ENRAGE
77. Share the marquee : COSTAR
79. Toughened : INURED
81. "_____ Pyle, U.S.M.C." : GOMER
82. Bush's predecessor : MONDALE
85. Terry Bradshaw was one : STEELER
87. Ladies : MADAMS
90. Blotto : STONED
91. Cultivate : HOE
92. Add zing to : SEASON
94. Papal headdress : TIARA
96. Decline : SAG
97. Gossip queen Barrett : RONA
99. Gauchos' gear : RIATAS
101. Hit that causes the fans to roar? : LIONDRIVE
104. Moment: Abbr. : INST
105. Nautical twist : SLUE
106. Roman naturalist : PLINY
108. Habitual procedure : ROTE
109. Fish, in a way : TRAWL
111. Gist : MEAT
112. Kunta Kinte portrayer John : AMOS
114. _____ Islands (Guam and others) : MARIANA
117. Halloween light that's a howl? : JACKALLANTERN
122. Faculty : ABILITY
123. Familiarize : ORIENT
124. Seesaw : TEETER
125. _____ Day (July 1) : CANADA
126. Uses, as influence : EXERTS
127. Slips : ERRATA
1. U.N. agency : ILO
2. Capture : NET
3. Vintner's need : VAT
4. Summer months in Argentina : ENEROS
5. Best Actress of 1982 : STREEP
6. Color quality : TONE
7. Novelist Deighton : LEN
8. Motivated : INSPIRED
9. Bucephalus, e.g. : STEED
10. Made taut : TENSED
11. Formerly, once : ERST
12. Language suffix : ESE
13. Den meal leftovers? : BEARBONES
14. Sins : ERRS
15. "Brillo Box" artist : WARHOL
16. Friend of Fossey : APE
17. Meth. or Luth. teaching : REL
18. Weaver's path : ESS
21. Less tame : SCARIER
23. Safari sighting : OKAPI
27. Hired soldier, in slang : MERC
28. 1993 N.B.A. Rookie of the Year : ONEAL
29. Slow-moving New York City transportation? : BURROOFQUEENS
31. _____ facta (brave deeds): Lat. : BENE
32. Curve balls : SLIDERS
34. Bus that makes short hops? : RABBITTRANSIT
35. Deep gulches, out West : COULEES
36. Financial report heading : ASSETS
37. Esteemed ones : GEMS
38. The Yokum boy and others : ABNERS
40. Kind of fire : ENEMY
44. Spat : TIFF
46. George Orwell's alma mater : ETON
49. "Jude the _____" : OBSCURE
50. Kimono sash : OBI
52. 1960-61 chess champ : TAL
54. Salad ingredient : AVOCADO
56. Ceremony : RITE
58. Campus org. : ROTC
61. It comes in bars : SONG
63. Condemn : DOOM
65. Bridge type : PONTOON
67. Advertise : PROMOTE
69. Kyushu volcano : ASOSAN
71. Hebrew month : TISHRI
72. Spitchcocks : EELS
74. Name in appliances : AMANA
75. H.S. proficiency test : GED
76. Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
78. Cable channel : TNT
80. Start of a Christmas letter from Rudolph? : DEERSANTA
83. Skiddoo : LEAVE
84. Honer's target : EDGE
86. Funicular : RAILWAY
88. Contentious : MILITANT
89. Johnny of the '40s Braves : SAIN
93. Author Bellow : SAUL
95. Queenly : ROYAL
98. Loser at Châlons-sur-Marne in 451 : ATTILA
100. Coined money : SPECIE
102. Boring speaker : DRONER
103. Roll : ROSTER
107. Nonmaritime ship : LAKER
110. Harpers Ferry event : RAID
111. "Das Kapital" author : MARX
113. Friend Down Under : MATE
114. Bud : MAC
115. Coarse fabric : ABA
116. _____ Tin Tin : RIN
117. Average fellow : JOE
118. O.C.S. grads : LTS
119. Letter from Greece : ETA
120. Emeritus: Abbr. : RET
121. 3-million-member sporting grp. : NRA

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