LAXICOGRAPHY

New York Times, Sunday, May 15, 1994

Author: Charles M. Deber
Editor: Will Shortz
Charles M. Deber
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 74 Missing: {FJQX} This is puzzle # 20 for Mr. Deber. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. He was Sonny Corleone in "The Godfather'' : CAAN
5. Swanky : POSH
9. Tuscany town : SIENA
14. Vâclav Havel's home : PRAHA
19. Official language of Pakistan : URDU
20. Site of Hickam Air Force Base : OAHU
21. In command : ONTOP
22. Kidney-related : RENAL
23. Lazy person's racquet sport? : BEDMINTON
25. Physician in "Jurassic Park''? : PTERODOCTYL
27. Was emphatic : ASSERTED
28. _____-Litovsk Treaty, 1918 : BREST
29. Ewes look up to him : ARIES
30. Precipitate : RAIN
31. Winglike : ALAR
32. Attacked : HADAT
34. Poolside shelter : CABANA
37. _____ Wars (Rome-Carthage conflicts) : PUNIC
39. Sheer fabric : BATISTE
43. Mine entrance : ADIT
44. "You put up the tent, I'll get the wood''? : CAMPROMISE
48. January, in Juârez : ENERO
49. Parallel to : LIKE
50. Gun moll's gun : GAT
51. Still-life subject : PEAR
53. Bearded animals : GNUS
54. Malcolm X profiler : LEE
55. Believer in plant parenthood? : CHRYSANTHEMOM
61. Angle or pod preceder : TRI
62. Night sky marvels : AURORAE
64. More put-out : SORER
65. Pier support : GABION
67. Eau de Paris : SEINE
68. Up : ASTIR
69. Hospital supply : SERUM
70. Sierra _____ : MADRES
72. Porter's "_____ Kick Out of You'' : IGETA
73. Lunatics : CRAZIES
76. Exchanged words : IDO
77. Expert on students' rash behavior? : DORMATOLOGIST
81. Important D.C. lobby : NRA
82. Take five : DOZE
84. Flash Gordon serial site : MARS
85. Doublet : TWO
86. Card catalogue abbr. : ETAL
87. Departments : AREAS
89. Workplace for a short order cook? : RESTAURUNT
94. Org. with a mission : NASA
95. Feeling : SENSATE
97. Russian skater Rodnina : IRINA
98. Pitched : ROLLED
100. Harvard, Brown, Princeton, etc. : IVIES
102. Epochs : ERAS
103. Ms. Lollobrigida : GINA
104. Perseus's mother : DANAE
106. Del _____ of the 50's Phillies : ENNIS
108. Marks off : DEMERITS
112. Fruit that's hard as a rock? : POMEGRANITE
114. Early meat eater? : CROMIGNON
115. Bearing : POISE
116. Standout performances : SOLOS
117. Wave maker : TIDE
118. Pop singer Brickell : EDIE
119. Outfit : DRESS
120. Ain't polite? : ARENT
121. Dashed : SPED
122. Major employer in Hawaii : DOLE
1. Where the conga originated : CUBA
2. Lover of Aphrodite : ARES
3. Supplements : ADDS
4. List in detail : NUMERATE
5. Ottawa chief : PONTIAC
6. Grainy : OATEN
7. Did blacksmith's work : SHOD
8. Marauder : HUN
9. Voice from on high : SOPRANO
10. Provisional : INTERIM
11. Dijon dog days : ETES
12. Arctic : NORTH
13. Address abbr. : APO
14. Apportion, as costs : PRORATE
15. Not ad-libbing : RECITING
16. Up-front amount : ANTE
17. _____ office (old Hollywood code group) : HAYS
18. Aggregate : ALL
24. Land on the Caspian : IRAN
26. Some MOMA works : DADA
28. Obfuscate : BLUR
31. Datebook listings: Abbr. : APPTS
33. Crosswise, nautically : ABEAM
34. Greenhouse bloom : CALLA
35. So long : ADIEU
36. 13 motorcycles? : BIKERSDOZEN
38. Hard-to-read writing : CIPHER
40. Doting on shiny coins? : SENTIMINTAL
41. Cape Cod resort : TRURO
42. Red dye : EOSIN
45. Go along (with) : AGREE
46. Tennyson's "The _____ Queen'' : MAY
47. Geomancer : SEER
52. TV western star of the 50's : ROGERS
55. Yowled : CRIED
56. Victorian taxi : HANSOM
57. Holding : ASSET
58. "___ worry . . ." : NOTTO
59. Balloon, perhaps : TRIAL
60. French Revolutionist Jean Paul : MARAT
63. Opposite of neath : OER
66. _____ Sawyer of the comics : BUZ
68. 1992 Wimbledon champ : AGASSI
69. Heir or heiress : SCION
70. Kind of touch : MIDAS
71. Idolize : ADORE
72. Hungarian patriot Nagy : IMRE
74. Wipe off : ERASE
75. First course, maybe : SALAD
78. Street show : RAREE
79. Others, on the Orinoco : OTRAS
80. D.C. campus : GWU
83. Facility : EASINESS
86. Blew up : ENLARGED
88. Goths and Vandals : SAVAGES
90. 1776 battle site : TRENTON
91. Most open : AIRIEST
92. Merkel and O'Connor : UNAS
93. Cut slightly : TRIMMED
96. Level : TIER
99. "The _____ Love'' (Al Jolson tune) : ONEI
101. Mister, down south : SENOR
103. Sparkly collectible : GEODE
104. Way out : DOOR
105. Chere woman : AMIE
107. Where Moses rafted : NILE
108. Faucet fault : DRIP
109. _____-China : INDO
110. Sweat (over) : TOIL
111. Snick-or-_____ : SNEE
112. Mail-order abbr. : PPD
113. Botanist Gray : ASA
114. Coppers: Abbr. : CTS

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