TINTINNABULATION

New York Times, Sunday, June 23, 1996

Author: F. Hansen
Editor: Will Shortz
Frances Hansen
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 72 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 91 for Ms. Hansen. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Headed downward : SLID
5. "Forever" girl : AMBER
10. "Not guilty," e.g. : PLEA
14. Movie moguls : CZARS
19. Sportscaster Rote : KYLE
20. Nursery rhyme vegetables : PEASE
21. Sentry's cry : HALT
22. Man of many words : ROGET
23. Sans ornamentation : UNEMBELLISHED
25. Best seller of 1944 : ABELLFORADANO
27. Cote d'Azur resort : ANTIBES
28. Kind of service : WIRE
30. "I Write the Songs" singer : MANILOW
31. Charlie Brown's belligerent friend : LUCY
32. Drug-yeilding plants : COCAS
33. Chico's aunt : TIA
34. Island off the west coast of South America : CHILOE
37. Lumberjack's tournament : ROLEO
38. Like some garages : ATTACHED
43. Greer of sports and TV : ROSEY
44. Stag line's favorite : BELLEOFTHEBALL
46. Joseph Lincoln book "Cap'n___" : ERI
47. Eastern title : AGA
48. Golf champ Ballesteros : SEVE
49. Flag : TIRE
50. Fly in the ointment : SNAG
51. Benevolent monopoly, once : MABELL
52. In a narrow escape : SAVEDBYTHEBELL
56. Start of a book : PARTI
57. Exit on the sly : SNEAKOUT
59. Checks : REINS
60. Whitewater rafting site : CANYON
61. Dress cut : ALINE
62. Mercutio's friend : ROMEO
63. Wood hyacinth : HAREBELL
64. Frederick Ashton ballet : ONDINE
66. Many a Hitchcock performance : CAMEO
67. French director Tavernier : BERTRAND
70. Foreign dignitaries : RAJAS
71. Amaryllis : BELLADONNALILY
73. Space station name : MIR
74. One of a Latin trio : AMAS
75. Kipling's Rikki-Tikki-___ : TAVI
76. Desperate : DIRE
77. Start of a volume 1 label : ATO
78. One with a habit : NUN
79. Insurrectionism : REBELLIOUSNESS
83. Italian holy man : SANTO
85. Supreme Court, e.g. : TRIBUNAL
87. Carols : NOELS
88. Persian treat : CATNIP
89. Ballot abbr. : IND
90. Shaded walk : ALLEE
91. Kind of land : LALA
92. Oblique : SLANTED
96. Taylor's third : TODD
97. Leprechaun locale : IRELAND
101. "Cautionary Tales" writer : HILAIREBELLOC
103. Pre-World War I period : LABELLEEPOQUE
106. Mountain ridge : ARETE
107. Bop on the head : CONK
108. Remove chemically : ELUTE
109. America West Arena team : SUNS
110. Household appliance : WAXER
111. Sees red? : OWES
112. Rum, to some : DEMON
113. Was the ruin of : SANK
1. Gull-like bird : SKUA
2. Boston suburb : LYNN
3. "___the Stars Get in My Eyes" (1953 country hit) : ILET
4. "Oklahoma!" choreographer : DEMILLE
5. Per : APIECE
6. Chaotic : MESSY
7. Cousin of "Phooey!" : BAH
8. Wyo.-to-Mo. direction : ESE
9. Cousin of the coyote : REDWOLF
10. "Aida" figure : PHARAOH
11. Singer Patti et al. : LABELLES
12. Puck : ELF
13. Mote : ATOM
14. Of the skull : CRANIAL
15. Lion's or bull's place : ZODIAC
16. "I've Got___..." : AGAL
17. MGM Grand site : RENO
18. Pack : STOW
24. Audible navigational marker : BELLBUOY
26. Disconcert : RATTLE
29. Rapper with the group Body Count : ICET
32. Whispered sweet nothings : COOED
34. Wedges (in) : CRAMS
35. Actor Paul : HOGAN
36. "Camille Claudel" actress : ISABELLEADJANI
37. Strenghten, as a levee : REVET
38. "___Irish Rose" : ABIES
39. Writer Ida : TARBELL
40. "Kings Row" author : HENRYBELLAMANN
41. Sappho's Muse : ERATO
42. "Eat hearty!" : DIGIN
44. Largest U.S. city hosiptal : BELLEVUE
45. Race: Prefix : ETHNO
48. Macon's river : SAONE
50. Not so zany : SANER
52. Drums, slangily : SKINS
53. Headache remedy : BROMO
54. Where Mocha is : YEMEN
55. Attach, in a way : TIEON
56. Wingding : PARTY
58. A con artist may go by it : ALIAS
60. "Sunrise Serenade" composer Frankie : CARLE
62. Beachgoer's item : RADIO
63. Murder mystery suspects, often : HEIRS
64. Praying figure : ORANT
65. Belgian province or its capital : NAMUR
66. Nitpick : CAVIL
67. Ecstasy : BLISS
68. "The Untouchables" villain : NITTI
69. Wilt : DROOP
71. Indian of British Columbia : BELLABELLA
72. One of the Astaires : ADELE
75. Compassionate : TENDER
79. More stunted : RUNTIER
80. Opens : UNLOCKS
81. Sign at an antique shop : SOLD
82. Twitted : NEEDLED
83. Starchy tuber foodstuff : SALEP
84. Confounded : ATALOSS
86. Growing in pairs, botanically : BINATE
88. Lurch : CAREEN
90. United : ATONE
91. Stay fairly stationary, as a ship : LIETO
92. Major Barbara's creator : SHAW
93. Foreign currency : LIRA
94. First name in TV emceeing : ALEX
95. 20's look : DECO
98. Marine shade : AQUA
99. Former Senate Armed Forces Committee head : NUNN
100. Secretary, e.g. : DESK
102. Roar : BELLOW
104. Falstaff's quaff : ALE
105. Activity for Caesar : BELLUM

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