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New York Times, Sunday, July 9, 1995

Author: Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Nicholson Joline
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 144, Blocks: 77 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 72 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Siren : VAMP
5. Desert : ABANDON
12. Gathered : AMASSED
19. Dieters' choices : OLEOS
21. Colleague of Placido : LUCIANO
22. Kind of language : ROMANCE
23. Pictorial card : TAROT
24. Outcomes other than expected : IRONIES
25. 1 + 76 : DRACULA
26. Engraves : ETCHES
28. Understanding : GRASP
29. Socks and Millie, e.g. : PETS
30. Grill's go-with : BAR
31. Juan Carlos I, e.g. : REY
32. University of Georgia home : ATHENS
34. Shiraz native : IRANI
36. Italian noble house : ESTE
37. Robin of old ballad : ADAIR
38. Clinton aide Panetta : LEON
39. _____-de-sac : CUL
41. Some radio shows : CALLINS
44. Art _____ : DECO
45. Party items that get broken : PINATAS
49. Gave a keynote : ORATED
50. Debonair : SUAVE
52. 91 + 66 : DEADPANS
53. Diamond Jim's opposites : MISERS
54. Caen's river : ORNE
55. Outdo : TOP
56. Half of "The Odd Couple" : OSCAR
57. Dickensian exclamation : BAH
58. Line in a forecast : ISOBAR
60. Uh's cousins : ERS
61. Snuggeries : NESTS
62. Zoo snack, maybe : BANANA
64. They go in parentheses : ASIDES
66. Clock parts : FACES
69. Retreat : DEN
70. Calm : SERENE
72. Kind of dog or horse : SEA
75. Lab culture mediums : AGARS
76. Choler : IRE
77. Nursery school item : CLAY
78. 98 + 6 : BIGMAC
81. Gives back : RESTORES
83. The English : BRITS
84. Wake up : AROUSE
85. Puts out, as a batter : RETIRES
86. Frostbite sites : TOES
87. Covered (for) : FRONTED
88. Honor society letter : ETA
89. Boast : CROW
90. Carried : BORNE
91. Some are south : PAWS
94. The Shadow's cover : CLOAK
96. Paged : BEEPED
98. Swiss accompaniment : HAM
101. _____ Miss : OLE
102. Charon's river : STYX
103. Spirits : SOULS
105. "Porgy" author _____ Heyward : DUBOSE
107. 55 + 62 : KINGPIN
109. Shakespeare's "lean and hungry" character : CASSIUS
111. Plains Indians : KIOWA
112. Group within a group : ENCLAVE
113. Some coats : ULSTERS
114. Film maker Coen : ETHAN
115. Brings on again : REHIRES
116. It's spotted on kids : MEASLES
117. Without : SANS
1. Booth occupant, perhaps : VOTER
2. Winged : ALATE
3. Old-fashioned exclamation : MERCY
4. Famous corner in literature : POOH
5. 109 + 77 : ALI
6. Rehnquist's predecessor : BURGER
7. Furniture finial : ACORN
8. They're hidden in Hirschfeld drawings : NINAS
9. Seat of honor locale : DAIS
10. Alternative to a bikini : ONEPIECE
11. Two-year-olds' utterances : NOS
12. Elizabeth or Eve : ARDEN
13. Addams Family member : MORTICIA
14. Part of conjugation practice : AMAS
15. Mil. defense grp. : SAC
16. Rebuffs : SNUBS
17. Display of pomp : ECLAT
18. "The Wreck of the Mary _____" : DEARE
20. Less rocky : STEADIER
27. Substitutes : STANDSIN
29. Certain camera shot : PAN
33. "_____ Way" (Sinatra bio) : HIS
35. Aussie hopper : ROO
36. Passes : ELAPSES
37. Der _____ (Adenauer) : ALTE
38. 89 + 30 : LEVER
40. Ruined : UNDONE
41. Search thoroughly : COMB
42. Piece for 21-Across : ARIA
43. Tie : LASH
44. Comic Carvey : DANA
45. Stomach enzyme : PEPSIN
46. Tic-_____ (popular candies) : TACS
47. Gray area: Abbr. : ANAT
48. Lat. and Lith., once : SSRS
50. 11-time Orange Bowl champs : SOONERS
51. Sophisticated : URBANE
52. Big Band brothers : DORSEYS
55. Claw : TEARAT
59. Girl-takes-boy parties : SADIES
62. Wodehouse's Wooster et al. : BERTIES
63. Classify : ASSORT
65. Excluded : DEBARRED
66. Jamie of TV's "M*A*S*H" : FARR
67. Writer-critic James : AGEE
68. Players : CAST
70. Twist : SCREW
71. Yalies : ELIS
72. Censor's target : SMUT
73. Proficiency : EASE
74. Got a top mark on : ACED
79. Wellington nickname, with "the" : IRONDUKE
80. Out : GONE
82. Not taking the lead : REACTIVE
83. Where to get a volume discount? : BOOKSALE
86. Musical syllable : TRA
87. 89 + 41 : FOP
89. Tricia Nixon now : COX
90. Take care : BESURE
91. Log roller : POKER
92. Dress style : ALINE
93. Country lass : WENCH
95. Director Adrian et al. : LYNES
96. Nabs : BUSTS
97. One of the Saarinens : ELIEL
98. Hullabaloo : HOOHA
99. City south of Luxor : ASWAN
100. Money : MEANS
102. Box : SPAR
104. Greek peak : OSSA
106. Computer units : BITS
108. The, in Torino : GLI
109. Diploma word : CUM
110. Natl. registry grp. : SSS

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