FULL-SCALE EFFORT

New York Times, Sunday, April 5, 1998

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 136, Blocks: 70 Missing: {JQZ} Spans: 5 This is puzzle # 38 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Outputs from El Chichón : LAVAS
6. Bellyached : BEEFED
12. The Scourge of God : ATTILA
18. Cassandra, e.g. : ORACLE
20. Additions at school? : ANNEXES
22. Neptune satellite : TRITON
23. Conductor Georg got high praise from his peers? : SOLTIFAREDWELLAMIDOWN
26. Like a solar event : ECLIPTIC
27. Panache : ECLAT
28. Come-ons : LINES
29. Hides : SKINS
30. Go-carts : RACERS
33. Curtain material : VOILE
35. Chunk : GOB
37. Half of a Vegas duo : ROY
38. D.C. figures: Abbr. : SENS
39. Wiped out : SLEW
43. "Blueberry Hill" singer is the only portly person in the family? : DOMINOSOLEFATRELATIVE
50. Analogous (to) : AKIN
51. "Bravo!" : WELLDONE
52. King's title, for short : REV
53. Baseball's Caminiti : KEN
54. Burden : TAX
55. Bonaparte aide : NEY
56. Numerical prefix : OCTO
58. Change for the better : AMEND
60. Overthrew : UPENDED
64. O.T. book read at Purim : ESTH
66. Antiquated : FUSTY
69. Japanese violinist is bored by her Calif. performance? : MIDORITIRESOFANLASOLO
75. Church assembly : SYNOD
76. Small field : ACRE
77. Computer language : FORTRAN
78. Virile : MACHO
81. ___ ghost : SEEA
83. "7 Faces of Dr. ___" (1964 movie) : LAO
85. Salon stuff : DYE
86. Clay, now : ALI
87. Some radios, for short : FMS
90. Thin skin : PELLICLE
93. Stadium level : TIER
94. Rap Queen loves her supporters? : LATIFAHSOLDONADMIRERS
98. Lender's protection : LIEN
99. Fan sounds : RAHS
100. Amalgamate : WED
101. ___-Cat : SNO
102. Super Bowl M.V.P. Brett : FAVRE
104. Show biz's Peggy and Mama : CASSES
107. Twilight, old-style : GLOAM
111. Composed : STAID
114. "The Wild Duck" playwright : IBSEN
116. Given to burrowing, maybe : MOLELIKE
118. Pianist Ruth's audience knows exactly when to clap? : LAREDOFANSTIMINGSOLID
122. Armpit, anatomically : AXILLA
123. One surrounded by raised hands : TOASTEE
124. Tampa neighbor : STPETE
125. Sotheby's visitor : BIDDER
126. William Jennings ___ "Cross of Gold" speech : BRYANS
127. Mosquito type : AEDES
1. Shakes off : LOSES
2. Hard as ___ : AROCK
3. Singer with a falsetto : VALLI
4. Playing a part from : ACTINGIN
5. Is tricked by : SLIPSON
6. Venetian boat song : BARCAROLE
7. Chemical ending : ENE
8. Ultimate : END
9. Reduced in number : FEWER
10. Board members : EXECS
11. Big name in paperbacks : DELL
12. Take-out counter? : ATM
13. Chirrup : TRILL
14. Most well-kept : TIDIEST
15. Pour ___ : ITON
16. "St. Elmo's Fire" actor : LOWE
17. Raggedy ___ (dolls) : ANNS
19. Newt : EFT
21. Drivel : SLAVER
24. Component of "fully loaded" : AIR
25. Redresser : ATONER
31. "Beat the Clock" TV host : COLLYER
32. Glanced at : EYED
34. Ferry terminus, maybe : ISLE
36. Salaam : BOW
38. Marginal notation : STET
40. Get off on : LIKE
41. Composed : EVEN
42. Make (one's way) : WEND
43. Fact or factoid : DATUM
44. Safari sight : OKAPI
45. Kind of review : MIXED
46. Mail or fax : SENDTO
47. Injury around a horse's hoof : FOOTSCALD
48. News head : ANCHOR
49. Hindu incarnation : AVATAR
57. Birds-feather link : OFA
59. Best-selling computer game : MYST
61. Nibble : NOSH
62. Stand in the sun, say : DRYOFF
63. German one : EIN
65. Wriggly creature : SEAEEL
67. Develop : UNFOLD
68. Traffic caution : SLO
70. Freudian concerns : IDS
71. Jaguars and such : FELINES
72. "Live free ___" (New Hampshire motto) : ORDIE
73. Snowfall : LAYER
74. Lulus : ONERS
78. Retailer's place : MALL
79. Game ending? : ALAI
80. Give as an example : CITE
82. Group of poems : EPOS
84. Service sites : ACADEMIES
88. Sportscaster Albert : MARV
89. "Funny Girl" co-star : SHARIF
91. Weather stats : LOWS
92. Maximum limits? : EMS
93. English novelist Anthony : TROLLOPE
95. Where home is : INFIELD
96. Adar's predecessor : SHEBAT
97. Food eaten : INGESTA
103. Confuse : ADDLE
104. French equivalent of the Oscar : CESAR
105. Impatient : ANTSY
106. Prince, e.g. : SON
108. Made smooth, in a way : OILED
109. "Go fly ___!" : AKITE
110. Old Persians : MEDES
111. Hunk : SLAB
112. Shout in bad weather? : TAXI
113. Saharan : ARID
115. Kind of appeal : SNOB
117. Some football linemen: Abbr. : LGS
119. Scull : OAR
120. "Give ___ rest!" : ITA
121. Blokes : MEN

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