AS TIME GOES BY

New York Times, Sunday, September 3, 1995

Author: Ernie Furtado
Editor: Will Shortz
Ernie Furtado
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 82 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 29 for Mr. Furtado. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Caribbean resort : ARUBA
6. Mine, in Marseille : AMOI
10. Ballerina Spessivtseva : OLGA
14. Sir abroad : AGA
17. Cobbler's supply : SOLES
18. Copy cats : APERS
19. Official language of China : KUOYU
20. Stag goers : HES
21. Spiffy, as clothes : SUNDAYGOTOMEETING
24. Some M.I.T. grads : EES
25. Straight : NEAT
26. Rio seven : SETE
27. Hibernated : SLEPT
28. Grandma : NANA
29. Venue for figure skaters : ICESHOW
32. Not a happy time : BLUEMONDAY
35. Early TV sex symbol : DAGMAR
38. "_____ tu" (Verdi aria) : ERI
39. On both sides of : ASTRIDE
40. Gave the once-over : OGLED
41. Pitcher's target : MITT
43. Wizened : SERE
44. Future corp. exec., maybe : MBA
47. One full of grace : TUESDAYSCHILD
52. No gentlemen, they : ROTTERS
54. Get the message : SEE
55. Judge Lance : ITO
56. Racing's Luyendyk : ARIE
57. "...ready _____!" : ORNOT
58. Hawaiian hardwood : LEHUA
60. Scorecard division : INNING
64. Vino center : ASTI
65. Hit protest song of 1970 : OHIO
68. When Solomon Grundy married : ONWEDNESDAY
71. "Call Me Irresponsible" songwriter : CAHN
72. _____-Rooter : ROTO
73. "The Volcano Lover" novelist : SONTAG
74. Plentiful : AMPLE
76. Pile up : AMASS
78. By : ASOF
80. Journal end : ESE
81. Conk : BOP
84. Radio transmission, briefly : TELECOM
87. Gene Wilder flick : THURSDAYSGAME
91. Suffix with witch or hatch : ERY
92. Julio Iglesias hit : AMOR
94. Tarlatan skirt : TUTU
95. Shoulder of a lock bolt : TALON
96. Come before : PREDATE
99. _____ Paul's : MRS
100. German native : TEUTON
101. Assistant of a sort : GIRLFRIDAY
104. Detective's discovery : PATTERN
106. Sub in a tub : OLEO
107. Fathers : SIRES
109. Hieroglyphic representation : IBIS
110. Govt. investigators : TMEN
114. Small pocket : FOB
115. Premiere of 10/11/75 : SATURDAYNIGHTLIVE
119. Palindromic lady : EVE
120. Them, with "the" : ENEMY
121. Photographer Arbus : DIANE
122. Contradict : BELIE
123. Electrical unit : REL
124. "Make do" amount : LESS
125. Tolkien tree giants : ENTS
126. Be in control : STEER
1. Alliance: Abbr. : ASSN
2. Womanizer : ROUE
3. Forelimb part : ULNA
4. Storytelling occasions : BEDTIMES
5. Simile center : ASA
6. Polygon perpendiculars : APOTHEMS
7. Swift : METEORIC
8. First word of Montana's motto : ORO
9. Creeds : ISMS
10. Productions : OUTPUTS
11. Potential troublemaker : LOITERER
12. Ob-_____ (medical specialist) : GYN
13. Summer mo. : AUG
14. Leading : AHEAD
15. Actress Davis : GEENA
16. Gold check : ASSAY
18. Turns one's hair gray : AGES
19. Ships, in poetry : KEELS
22. French-Belgian river : YSER
23. Island south of Livorno : ELBA
28. Compass heading : NNE
30. Bag carrier : CADDIE
31. "Service _____ smile" : WITHA
33. Joan of art : MIRO
34. "_____ Billie Joe" (1967 song) : ODETO
35. H or S, in Morse code : DOTS
36. Fever : AGUE
37. _____ club : GLEE
42. Draining : TIRINGOUT
44. Brainy bunch : MENSA
45. Stock, in cookery : BROTH
46. John who played Gomez : ASTIN
48. "Vingt ans apres" figure : ATHOS
49. "...I'll tell _____ lies" : YOUNO
50. Rule : LINE
51. Retreats : DENS
53. Hint : TRACE
58. Kind of end : LOOSE
59. Barley beard : AWN
61. Muckraker Tarbell : IDA
62. "...to _____ few" : NAMEA
63. Kind of cab : GYPSY
65. Hold forth : ORATE
66. Hit out of the park : HOMER
67. Frommer title : ITALY
69. French political division : ETAT
70. Pinch : DASH
75. Bandleader Lanin : LESTER
77. Winter wear : SCARF
79. Dowdy person : FRUMP
81. Estonian, e.g. : BALT
82. Melville work : OMOO
83. _____ Station : PENN
85. 49-day period in Judaism : OMER
86. Couturieres : MODISTES
88. Pull forcibly on : STRAINAT
89. Ashcans, in London : DUSTBINS
90. Padding site : GAUNTLET
93. Decaying substances : RADIUMS
96. Mideast letters : PLO
97. Hang around : TARRY
98. Regarded : EYED
100. "Entertainment Tonight" host : TESH
101. Pickup person : GOFER
102. Cole Porter's "_____ Paris" : ILOVE
103. Rise up : REBEL
105. Comics dog : TIGE
108. De _____ ("Justine" novelist) : SADE
111. Miss equivalent : MILE
112. '60s singer Sands : EVIE
113. Not e'en once : NEER
115. Condiment at Maxim's : SEL
116. Actress Sue _____ Langdon : ANE
117. Feminine force : YIN
118. Recipe measure: Abbr. : TBS

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