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New York Times, Sunday, September 17, 1995

Author: Stanley Newman
Editor: Will Shortz
Stanley Newman
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 66 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. Newman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Problem for the wheelchair-bound : STEPS
6. Dread : FEAR
10. Cry of dread : OHNO
14. _____ a pig : FATAS
19. Most common inert gas : ARGON
20. Zhivago's love : LARA
21. Intensity : ZEAL
22. "______ Wanna Cry" (Mariah Carey hit) : IDONT
23. LABOR ACTIVIST : SEANOCASEY
25. GOVERNESS : ANNEBRONTE
27. Pattern of behavior : SYNDROME
28. Mountain transport : BURRO
30. Idle : ATREST
31. French 101 verb : ETRE
32. Clear as mud : MURKY
33. Urgent message : WIRE
34. Do in the evening : SOIREE
37. Periphery : VERGE
38. Embassy need : SHREDDER
42. Indy winner in 1992 and '94 : UNSER
43. PIANIST : JOHNERSKINE
45. Relative of -arian : ITE
46. Guide on the dance floor : LEAD
47. Enticement : BAIT
48. Snooty attitude : AIRS
49. Sore spot : ACHE
50. Transportation Dept. agcy. : FAA
51. TAXI DRIVER : VACLAVHAVEL
55. Competed in the Tour de France : BIKED
56. One of the Aleutians : AMCHITKA
58. Felt off : AILED
59. Persistent pest : GADFLY
60. Reunion goers : AUNTS
61. Paths to success? : RUNGS
62. More steady-handed : SURER
63. Mr. C. portrayer on "Happy Days" : BOSLEY
65. Ancient British monument : HENGE
66. Break in a baseball schedule : OPENDATE
69. Oratorio solos : ARIAS
70. JAZZ DRUMMER : GUNTERGRASS
72. Brady Bill opponent : NRA
73. Lens holders : RIMS
74. Things to eat : FARE
75. Airport counter name : AVIS
76. How a fool and his money are parted : SCAM
77. Hiss partner : BOO
78. NURSE : WALTWHITMAN
82. Clear, in a way : DEICE
83. Bills : INVOICES
85. Magic star : ONEAL
86. Zoo denizens : BEASTS
87. Russian pancake : BLIN
88. Historical record : ANNAL
89. Butch's "Our Gang" pal : WOIM
90. The Scourge of God : ATTILA
93. "God _____" : BLESS
94. Conservatives : THERIGHT
98. SCHOOLMASTER : LEOTOLSTOY
100. LANDSCAPE PAINTER : EDWARDLEAR
102. Old wine _____ bottles : INNEW
103. Nightclub number : TUNE
104. Elbow grease : TOIL
105. Like some clothing styles : RETRO
106. Yarn : STORY
107. Put to work for oneself : USED
108. Understanding : SANE
109. Westphalian city : ESSEN
1. Get smart with : SASS
2. Poker card : TREY
3. Alaska's first governor : EGAN
4. Mulled over : PONDERED
5. Doozy : SNORTER
6. Sweetheart : FLAME
7. Life of Riley : EASE
8. "All the Things You _____" : ARE
9. L.B.J. mentor : RAYBURN
10. Northern Arkansan : OZARKER
11. Shakespearean king : HENRY
12. Second start : NANO
13. Flamenco shout : OLE
14. Telephone pole source : FIRTREE
15. Honored : ADORED
16. Kind of poem : TONE
17. Six-footers : ANTS
18. Retain, in a way : STET
24. James Farmer's org. : CORE
26. Scots' tots : BAIRNS
29. Itch : URGE
32. Conductor from Bombay : MEHTA
33. Dizzying itinerary : WHIRL
34. Antibiotics' ancestor : SULFA
35. When "S.N.L." ends, in most places : ONEAM
36. BIOCHEMIST : ISAACASIMOV
37. "And there you are!" : VOILA
38. Tackled moguls : SKIED
39. JOCKEY : DICKFRANCIS
40. Mrs. Mertz : ETHEL
41. Like some marshes : REEDY
43. Openers, at times : JACKS
44. Relievers' rewards : SAVES
47. Nuts : BATTY
49. Gave a hand to : AIDED
51. Tarzan's transportation : VINES
52. Speak boastfully : VAUNT
53. Elbow, essentially : HINGE
54. "Luck and Pluck" writer : ALGER
55. Old dance sites : BARNS
57. Pantomime dances : HULAS
59. Calvin Klein competitor : GUESS
61. Magazine's exhortation : RENEW
62. "For Whom the Bell Tolls" setting : SPAIN
63. Singer Benton : BARBI
64. Where Rigel is : ORION
65. Smarts : HURTS
66. '50s governor Faubus : ORVAL
67. Swift's "A Modest Proposal," e.g. : TRACT
68. Furniture designer Charles : EAMES
70. Second-century physician : GALEN
71. Anwar's predecessor : GAMAL
74. Salon job : FACIAL
76. Navigation units : SEAMILES
78. Tall and graceful : WILLOWY
79. Dulcet : HONEYED
80. British legal societies : INNS
81. Restaurant services : TEASETS
82. Synge title character : DEIRDRE
84. _____ dictum : OBITER
86. Combatant of 1899 : BOER
88. Byrd book : ALONE
89. Moby-Dick : WHALE
90. Author Ahmed and others : ALIS
91. Part of a backpacker's pack : TENT
92. "_____-Bungay" (Wells novel) : TONO
93. Cooling capacity : BTUS
94. Artemis, to Apollo : TWIN
95. Comes by : GETS
96. Chinese calendar animal : HARE
97. Video-game film of 1982 : TRON
99. Queue after R : STU
101. Edmond O'Brien classic : DOA

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