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New York Times, Sunday, September 18, 1994

Author: Merl Reagle
Editor: Will Shortz
Merl Reagle
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 80 Missing: {JX} This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Reagle. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Actress Moore : DEMI
5. Some are giant : PANDAS
11. Physicist Ernst : MACH
15. Muddle : HASH
19. Little Archer : EROS
20. "The Night of the _____" : IGUANA
21. Model-filled magazine : ELLE
22. Pastiche : OLIO
23. Novel about an aging tennis star? : FAREWELLMYVOLLEY
26. Hockey position : WING
27. Push ahead : PROPEL
28. Follow one's feet : ROAM
29. Hole worlds to explore : CAVES
30. Play based on a "Wild Kingdom" episode? : THEMATINGOFTHESHREW
35. Basic question : WHO
36. Pulver's rank, in film: Abbr. : ENS
37. Overseas stop : ARRET
38. Scholarship consideration : NEED
39. Amber, for one : RESIN
41. Resigner before Richard : SPIRO
42. Boss : CZAR
43. Minnesota poet Robert : BLY
46. Story of a tough town in Africa? : AMINSTREET
49. Ring around the castle : MOAT
50. Gin fruit : SLOE
51. Weevil, for one : PEST
52. Orinoco shocker : EEL
53. Grab (onto) : GLOM
55. One home of 5 Across : CHINA
56. Night predators : OWLS
58. Expose of airline pricing? : FAREOFFLYING
62. Chubby Checker's autobiography? : ANAMERICANGYRATED
64. Play about a singer's army years? : PRIVATEELVIS
65. Like Nash's lama : ONEL
66. Like Seattle : RAINY
67. Cyan : BLUE
68. Fatherhood-testing info : DNA
69. Small amount : DASH
73. Jackie's dresser : OLEG
74. Wind gust : SCUD
76. Sequel to "Madame Bovary"? : AUNTIEEMMA
79. Author Kaufman : BEL
80. Proud, energetic, domineering ones, they say : LEOS
81. Musket's name, often : BETSY
83. An archangel : URIEL
84. Arizona city : YUMA
85. Creme-filled munchies : OREOS
86. Damage : MAR
88. Mr. Turner : NAT
89. Trashy best seller? : LOOKINGFORMRBAGODOR
94. Big Schott : MARGE
95. Stuff : CRAM
96. More work : UTOPIA
97. Famous words of accusation : ETTU
98. Fashion book that will make you look like a million bugs? : THEMOSQUITOASCOT
104. Mighty god : THOR
105. Teeny bit : IOTA
106. Washington airport : DULLES
107. French theater : CINE
108. Faxed : SENT
109. Algerian port : ORAN
110. Agree out of court : SETTLE
111. Jazz singer Anita : ODAY
1. 3, on a phone : DEF
2. Newsworthy time : ERA
3. Way an organism develops : MORPHOSIS
4. Grenoble's river : ISERE
5. Frisbee forerunner : PIEPAN
6. Shoelaces tips : AGLETS
7. None: Prefix : NULLI
8. Equine mother : DAM
9. Even the slightest : ANY
10. Type of acct. : SAV
11. Giant slugger : MELOTT
12. Kareem's God : ALLAH
13. Mozart's "La _____ di Tito" : CLEMENZA
14. John Madden sentence starter : HEY
15. Author Fast : HOWARD
16. Piers Paul Read thriller : ALIVE
17. Tendon : SINEW
18. Sloppy eaters : HOGS
24. _____ studies (college major) : WOMENS
25. Gluck hero : ORFEO
29. One-name star : CHER
30. Kind of song or park : THEME
31. Scruff : NAPE
32. Determination : GRIT
33. Three-time Hart Trophy winner : ORR
34. Plane reservation : SEAT
35. Present coverage : WRAP
40. Chanting : INTONING
41. French seasoning : SEL
42. Snug : COMFY
43. Guided only by instruments : BLIND
44. Like Chandler's "Goodbye" : LONG
45. Term of endorsement : YEA
47. "Family Matters" actress Hopkins : TELMA
48. Change to 000 : RESET
49. Early synthesizers : MOOGS
50. Protector : SHIELDER
53. Solemn : GRAVE
54. Director Riefenstahl : LENI
55. Cell suffix : CYTE
57. Not straight : WAVY
58. Place to play : FIELD
59. Due process championer, familiarly : ACLU
60. Air-mass boundary : FRONT
61. Island veranda : LANAI
62. One of the Durants : ARIEL
63. Picture poser : REBUS
64. Seem trivial : PALE
66. "Knock over" : ROB
68. Letters after Moynihan's name : DNY
70. Lysine or tryptophan : AMINOACID
71. Ruin, as calligraphy : SMEAR
72. Stoppage : HALT
74. Partly : SEMI
75. Chung or Rather, e.g. : COANCHOR
76. It's little matter : ATOM
77. Space race participant : USSR
78. Moon of Jupiter : EUROPA
80. Heartthrob Perry : LUKE
81. Upset solver? : BROMO
82. Poet's contraction : EER
84. Healthy lunch : YOGURT
85. "The true measure _____ ..." : OFAMAN
86. Barbie maker : MATTEL
87. Words after "loose as" or "silly as" : AGOOSE
89. Shaping tool : LATHE
90. "Loot" playwright : ORTON
91. Actress Scacchi : GRETA
92. Erected : BUILT
93. 70's "in" spot : DISCO
94. "Miracle" group : METS
98. Monterrey uncle : TIO
99. Radical 60's grp. : SDS
100. Whom: Fr. : QUE
101. Nth: Abbr. : ULT
102. _____ roll : ONA
103. "Brat Farrar" author : TEY

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