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New York Times, Sunday, June 12, 1994

Author: Frances Hansen
Editor: Will Shortz
Frances Hansen
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 71 Missing: {KQ} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 83 for Ms. Hansen. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Harass : HECTOR
7. A knight to remember : GALAHAD
14. Celebrated : FAMED
19. Beethoven's Third : EROICA
20. Scrutinize : EXAMINE
21. Give up occupancy : VACATE
22. Start of a verse : MARGERYMETALEPRECHAUN
25. Certain playing marbles : STEELIES
26. Tenor Peerce : JAN
27. Apollo's twin : ARTEMIS
28. Hall of Famer Mel : OTT
29. Wear with an air : SPORT
31. Hoop group, for short : NBA
32. Cozily warm : TOASTY
36. Thackeray's "_____ Lyndon" : BARRY
37. "To A Skylark," e.g. : ODE
38. Sacred bull of Egypt : APIS
42. _____ Rios (Jamaican resort) : OCHO
43. Swiss river : AARE
44. Privy to : INON
45. Chianti, e.g. : VINO
46. More of verse : WHOSAIDHISNAMEWASESAU
52. Comparative suffix : IER
53. Sgts. and cpls. : NCOS
54. With full force : AMAIN
55. Seafood serving : PRAWN
56. Judas : TRAITOR
58. "Canterbury Tales" inn : TABARD
60. Kvetched : MOANED
61. "_____ the Brave" (1965 Sinatra film) : NONEBUT
63. Usher's concern : SEATING
65. Quakers : ASPENS
68. Stationary : ATREST
70. Assailed : RAGEDAT
74. Language from which "kiwi" comes : MAORI
75. _____ de Guerre (French award) : CROIX
76. Test giver's call : TIME
77. Pay dirt : ORE
78. More of verse : ALOTOFHERAPLOMBISGONE
83. The "limp watch" painter : DALI
84. Minus : LESS
85. Busy as _____ : ABEE
86. Sister of John-Boy Walton : ERIN
87. Old Greek theaters : ODEA
88. Table scrap : ORT
89. Trick : COZEN
91. Admiral nicknamed "Bull" : HALSEY
93. Eastern title : SRI
94. Wherewithal : MONEY
95. Tufted bird : TIT
96. Cousins of the guinea pig : AGOUTIS
100. Seine sight : ILE
101. Football formation : WISHBONE
106. End of verse : SINCESHESAWESAUSEESAW
110. Decorative band : ARMLET
111. Quiet, now : SEDATED
112. Belgian _____ : ENDIVE
113. Entreat : PLEAD
114. Breviary contents : PRAYERS
115. Gets smart with : SASSES
1. Haw's partner : HEMS
2. Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
3. Part of the Earth : CORE
4. Buster Brown's dog : TIGE
5. Leopardlike cat : OCELOT
6. Hen's tooth, e.g. : RARITY
7. They have their settings : GEMS
8. Bad _____, Mich. : AXE
9. Opposite of long. : LAT
10. Key of Beethoven's Seventh : AMAJOR
11. Saint _____ of Poitiers (French bishop) : HILARY
12. Concerning : ANENT
13. RR sta. : DEP
14. Statements in a legal case : FACTA
15. Yearn : ACHE
16. "Yes, _____!" : MAAM
17. Needle case : ETUI
18. Trophy rooms : DENS
21. Fragrant garden plant : VERBENA
23. So soon : YET
24. Stopped ticking, as a clock : RANDOWN
29. Robe : SARI
30. C.E.O. : PRES
32. Specifically : TOWIT
33. Paint pigment : OCHER
34. Now, in the barrio : AHORA
35. 1975 Abba hit : SOS
36. "A Christmas Carol" cries : BAHS
37. New York Indian : ONEIDA
38. Garden-variety : AVERAGE
39. Galileo, e.g. : PISAN
40. Worshipful (of) : INAWE
41. Audio : SOUND
43. "O come, let us _____ Him" (carol lyric) : ADORE
44. Turkish hospice : IMARET
47. Merchant of Venice : ANTONIO
48. Emblems : ICONS
49. Apprehend : NAB
50. Pile up : AMASS
51. Freeloads : SPONGES
57. Sluggishness : INERTIA
58. Coaches : TUTORS
59. Hotel lobbies, often : ATRIA
60. Orange Bowl locale : MIAMI
62. Smallest in amount : BAREST
64. 37 Down, en masse : TRIBE
65. Brazilian novelist Jorge : AMADO
66. Word with oil or plate : SALAD
67. Dr. Jekyll's servant : POOLE
69. Not a local: Abbr. : EXP
71. 1991 Val Kilmer film, with "The" : DOORS
72. Palmer, to his "army" : ARNIE
73. Wee : TEENY
75. Cling fondly to : CHERISH
76. I.R.S. agents : TMEN
79. One who makes arrangements : FLORIST
80. Loll about : LAZE
81. Observe : OBEY
82. Become set : GEL
89. Pina _____ (rum drink) : COLADA
90. Not round : ONEWAY
91. Shows disapproval : HISSES
92. Odysseus's adviser : ATHENA
93. Silver, for one : STEED
94. Silas Marner, e.g. : MISER
95. "Turandot" slave girl : TIU
96. "Rush!" : ASAP
97. Miss : GIRL
98. "This one's _____!" : ONME
99. Pac 10 team : UCLA
101. Bankrolls : WADS
102. Hospital capacity : BEDS
103. Medical suffix : OSIS
104. Where the congregation congregates : NAVE
105. Farm mothers : EWES
107. Geller's forte, for short : ESP
108. Summer in Savoie : ETE
109. Sun. talk : SER

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