ALL-STATE

New York Times, Sunday, July 7, 1996

Author: R. H. Wolfe
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert H. Wolfe
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 75 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 28 for Mr. Wolfe. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Visiting reporter's interviewees : LOCALS
7. Water vessel : EWER
11. Mediterranean port : ORAN
15. Shelley's "___to Liberty" : ODE
18. It works like a charm : AMULET
19. Boy of Bogota : NINO
20. Simoleons : KALE
21. See 71-Across : HEN
22. Rag : BERATE
23. Novel featuring Napoleon : ANIMALFARM
26. Trucking indus. overseer : ICC
27. Temperately : INDIANAMODERATION
29. First word of Montana's motto : ORO
30. Professional grp. : ASSN
31. Romamian money : LEU
32. Will-wisp connection : OTHE
33. Lathered : SOAPED
35. Kind of bomber : STEALTH
39. Mythical monster : ORC
41. Language akin to Ojibwa : CREE
42. Bon___ : AMI
45. Montreal skaters, in the sports pages : HABS
46. Red-coated cheese : EDAM
49. How some hogs are raised : ONFEED
52. Theological subj. : REL
53. Baseball stat : ERA
54. Rob's wife on "The Dick Van Dyke Show" : LAURA
55. Littlest : LEAST
56. Name of four Scottish kings : MALCOLM
58. Jam into : OVERCROWD
60. Bushy clump : TOD
63. Booking term : ALIAS
64. Tropical maladies : AGUES
66. Dinghy's thingies : OARS
67. O, e.g. : TYPE
68. Singer Simone : NINA
69. Knitter's need : SKEIN
70. Dress splendidly : ARRAY
71. With 21-Across, symbol of madness : AWET
72. "Love Makes the World Go Round" singer Jackson : DEON
73. Silver skates boy : HANS
74. Slipped : ERRED
75. XX : SCORE
76. Hindu mister : SRI
77. So-called "Great Precious Conqueror" : DALAILAMA
79. Place to put your feet up : OTTOMAN
81. Lewis of Lamb Chop fame : SHARI
83. Month in Paris : AVRIL
84. Shooter ammo : PEA
85. Part of a long-distance company's 800 number : ATT
86. Aloud : SPOKEN
87. Ted Williams wore it : NINE
88. Brooklet : RILL
89. Maiden designation? : NEE
90. ___eyed : SLOE
91. Ecol. police : EPA
93. Fouled offensively? : SMELLED
96. Attribute of Athena : WISDOM
99. Buyer's caution : ASIS
102. "Oh, But___" (1946 song) : IDO
103. Confederate Robert___ : ELEE
107. Telecommunications giant : ITT
108. Old corporate nickname : MASSACHUSETTSBELL
113. Honorary letter : PHI
114. Like Western land, to the pioneers : SETTLEABLE
115. Sent : ELATED
116. Poet's time of day : EEN
117. Kind of chop : VEAL
118. Print shop order : REAM
119. Hardy figure : NATIVE
120. Lobby sign : SRO
121. Gaelic : ERSE
122. Supporters of the 18th Ammendment : DRYS
123. Season___ : OPENER
1. Lips : LABIA
2. Eclipses and the like? : OMENS
3. Dairy dish : CURDS
4. Author Robbe-Grillet et. al. : ALAINS
5. "I___Song Go..." : LETA
6. Anna of "Nana" : STEN
7. House coats? : ENAMELS
8. Be victorious : WINOUT
9. Markey of "Tarzan" : ENID
10. Ardent lover : ROMEO
11. Showdown site : OKLAHOMACORRAL
12. Canyon thrill-seeker : RAFTER
13. Jai___ : ALAI
14. Operas by Boito and Mascagni : NEROS
15. #1 song of 1964 : OHIOPRETTYWOMAN
16. Dictated : DECREED
17. Convert secretly : ENCODE
24. Feat of Klee? : ART
25. Phone trio : MNO
28. Baseball's Mr. Tiger : ALABAMAKALINE
34. Puts one past : ACES
36. "The Cosby Show" son and others : THEOS
37. One addressed as "my lord" : EARL
38. It can wait : HEAVEN
40. Cockpit figure : COLORADOPILOT
42. Actor Assante et al. : ARMANDS
43. More grainy : MEALIER
44. 1995 Best Picture nominee : ILLINOISPOSTINO
47. Yearly payment : DUES
48. Flight board abbr. : ARR
50. Full of dope : NEWSY
51. Vogue : FAD
54. Noted explorer : LOUISIANASALLE
57. Actor James : CAAN
59. Bloody, so to speak : RARE
61. Make go : OPERATE
62. Cold war period : DETENTE
65. Actress Rowlands : GENA
67. Two-handed snack : TACO
69. Cut : SHARE
70. Sides in Avalon Hill games : ARMIES
74. Bring home : EARN
75. Tired : STALE
77. Terr. until 1889 : DAK
78. Year in St. Peter's life : LVI
80. Blab : TELL
82. Cultivated : HOED
86. Sexy walk : SLITHER
88. Ransoms : REDEEMS
90. Lifts : SWIPES
92. Naples staples : PASTAS
94. Lose : MISLAY
95. Thrash out : DEBATE
97. Meditation words : OMS
98. Author___Binchy : MAEVE
100. Reserve : ICE
101. Archeological bit : SHARD
104. Admit : LETIN
105. Overseas student : ELEVE
106. Tribal leader : ELDER
109. Pun's finish : STER
110. "Deutchland___alles" : UBER
111. "...___'clock scholar" : TENO
112. Midwife's action : SLAP

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