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New York Times, Sunday, May 21, 1995

Author: Dean Niles
Editor: Will Shortz
Dean Niles
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 78 Missing: {FJ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Niles. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Register message : NOSALE
7. Slippery _____ : ELM
10. Clayey deposit : MARL
14. Florentine statue : DAVID
19. Guyana's _____ Indians : ARAWAK
20. Kind of flour : SOY
21. Jai _____ : ALAI
22. "_____, shine; for thy light is come...": Isaiah : ARISE
23. Vietnamese seaport : DANANG
24. ==}:?]] : ABRAHAMLINCOLN
27. Bone cavities : ANTRA
28. "Indeed!" once : QUOTHA
29. Former gold coins of Spain : PISTOLES
30. Bye-bye : ADIEU
32. A good deal : LOTS
34. 78-Across's shoe width : EEE
35. Short spans : SECS
37. 8(:o) : MICKEYMOUSE
41. Battle site of 1944 : STLO
45. Bud : PAL
46. It starts "In the name of Allah..." : KORAN
47. Dada papa : ARP
48. Implanted : SOWED
49. Basra resident: Var. : IRAKI
51. Evidence left behind : TRACE
54. Kind of neck : EWE
56. Drama kudos : OBIES
57. Certain solvents : ELUANTS
59. [g-}] : COLONELKLINK
62. Mark _____, Oliver of 1968 film : LESTER
63. Game full of traps : SKEET
64. Newspaper space : LINAGE
65. _____ Lee cheesecake : SARA
67. Tank : VAT
68. Hideaway : LAIR
69. Get-together : SOCIAL
71. First name in erotica : ANAIS
73. Garlicky dish : SCAMPI
78. *?(:o)} : BOZOTHECLOWN
80. Square-cut-cigar : CHEROOT
81. Jazz style : BEBOP
82. Sign of a smash : SRO
83. Singer Bob Marley, e.g. : RASTA
85. Cotton thread : LISLE
86. 1919 Edith Day musical : IRENE
87. Teacher's grp. : NEA
89. One of the archangels : URIEL
91. Hog's thigh : HAM
92. Brute : OGRE
93. I8-#)""' : GROUCHOMARX
97. Towel tag : HERS
98. Want-ad initials : EOE
99. Caboose position : REAR
100. Kumiss imbiber : NOMAD
102. Convoke : ASSEMBLE
107. Spoors : TRACKS
110. Author Calvino : ITALO
113. CI[:-=)I : CHARLIECHAPLIN
115. Speculator : PLAYER
116. Begrime, in Britain : COLLY
117. When les étoiles come out : NUIT
118. Dweller on the Mekong : LAO
119. Freshen : AERATE
120. Slight : TOKEN
121. Preserve, in a way : TAPE
122. Cry of pain : YOW
123. Criminal evidence : PRINTS
1. Nothing, in Nogales : NADA
2. Port south of Cartagena : ORAN
3. **?:-)}}}} : SANTACLAUS
4. Stars and bars, e.g. : AWARDS
5. Hawaii island : LANAI
6. Record from the heart: Abbr. : EKG
7. Jacob's twin : ESAU
8. Western livestock peril : LOBO
9. Eucalyptus, e.g. : MYRTLE
10. Literally "high-souled" : MAHATMA
11. _____ rigueur (to the fullest extent): Fr. : ALA
12. Mover's equipment : RAMP
13. Symbols of purity : LILIES
14. Pre-Raphaelite Rossetti : DANTE
15. Bowed, in music : ARCO
16. Early stringed instrument : VIOL
17. _____ Royale National Park : ISLE
18. Studies : DENS
25. Call on a yawl : AHOY
26. Encouraging words from a student : ISEE
28. Riding whips : QUIRTS
31. Comic Philips : EMO
33. Theologian Kierkegaard : SOREN
35. Fast pitch : SPIEL
36. _____ Naval Weapons Station, N.J. : EARLE
38. Passenger balloon part : CAR
39. Hang of it : KNACK
40. Rises, as water : UPWELLS
41. Ferber book : SOBIG
42. Wind around : TWINE
43. Kind of soup : LEEK
44. Indulges to the extreme, informally : ODS
46. Early TV medium : KINESCOPE
48. Battery type : SOLARCELL
50. Kit _____ (candy bar brand) : KAT
52. Contemporary : COEVAL
53. Wife of Henry II : ELEANOR
55. Literary pseudonym : ELIA
58. Feature : TRAIT
60. Ontario-Quebec border river : OTTAWA
61. High-calorie snack : KNISH
63. Port in 1943 fighting : SALERNO
66. Crowd sounds : RAHS
69. Dried out : SOBER
70. _____ hole (modern worry) : OZONE
72. "To wrap up..." : INSUM
74. Christina's father : ARI
75. (¶-) : MOSHEDAYAN
76. Kind of extremes : POLAR
77. Tabloid twosomes : ITEMS
78. North Atlantic sighting : BERG
79. _____ de Lion : COEUR
80. Stone memorials : CAIRNS
81. Such is a life : BIO
84. Chorus sound : TRA
88. Old recording disk : ACETATE
90. Prefix meaning "outer" : EXO
93. Vast desert : GOBI
94. Give some slack : RELENT
95. Beethoven's "_____ Quartet" : HARP
96. One way to convey information : ORALLY
97. John Wayne film : HATARI
98. Welsh actor Williams : EMLYN
101. One making rapid strides : MILER
102. S&L deposit : ACCT
103. "Out!" : SHOO
104. _____ vaccine : SALK
105. First name in mysteries : ERLE
106. S.A. country : ECUA
108. Bye-bye : CIAO
109. Be close to : KNOW
111. Riga denizen : LETT
112. Assayers assay them : ORES
114. With it : HIP
115. Twaddle : PAP

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