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New York Times, Sunday, January 26, 1986

Author:Bert Rosenfield
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 74, Avg Word Len: 5.24, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 514 (avg 1.40)
Open Squares: 138, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 9, XRef: 2, Spans: 2
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© 1986, The New York Times
Across Down
1. See 106 Across : DOSOWELL
9. Shubert ___, N.Y.C. : ALLEY
14. Mitigate : SOLACE
20. Do some eavesdropping : OVERHEAR
21. Canadian football : ROUGE
22. Opposite to the mouth : ABORAL
23. Start of a cosmetical inquiry : MIRRORMIRRORONTHEWALL
26. Lip : SASS
27. Its capital is Beauvais : OISE
28. Controversies : HASSLES
29. End of a Cohan song : OVEROVERTHERE
35. Black, in poesy : EBON
39. Cock-a hoop : ELATED
40. City near Phoenix : MESA
41. Place for a casquette : TETE
45. Famous, in Firenze : NOTO
46. Winner over G.S.M. : RMN
47. Where toves gimbled : WABE
48. Flatfish : SOLES
49. Mel Allen's phrase re a home run : GOINGGOINGGONE
54. Pronounced : SPOKEN
55. Chant : INTONE
56. Deserve : EARN
57. Abstract : EPITOME
58. Certain Bonn votes : NEINS
59. Crown for John Paul II : TIARA
61. Hot wind of Spain : SOLANO
63. Yankee sky eye : ESSA
64. Bobbin' bird of songdom : REDREDROBIN
66. Balm, e.g. : ODOR
70. Captures with a springe : NOOSES
72. Whence Greeks sailed for Troy : AULIS
73. Rhone feeder : ISERE
74. Concurs : ASSENTS
77. He ruled Rome in A.D. 69 : OTHO
78. Demonstrated : PROVEN
79. Stool pigeon : SNITCH
80. Illusory existence : NEVERNEVERLAND
84. Dobos or Linzer : TORTE
85. ___ fide (specious) : MALA
86. Sweeter than brut : SEC
87. Therefrom, in prescriptions : INDE
88. Bide-___, a favorite cottage name : AWEE
89. "Granada" song writer : LARA
90. Sacramento River dam : SHASTA
93. Expensive : DEAR
94. Long time, to Tonto : MANYMANYMOONS
97. Poetic foot : ANAPEST
101. Topsoil : LOAM
102. Uruguayan export : WOOL
106. With 1 Across, request in a Porter song : DODOTHATVOODOOTHATYOU
113. Stand : ENDURE
114. "A votre ___!" : SANTE
115. Some Roosevelt competitors : TROTTERS
116. Patriarch : NESTOR
117. Homophone for praise : PREYS
118. Dumps, e.g. : EYESORES
1. Benedictine honorific : DOM
2. Sheep genus : OVIS
3. Antitoxins : SERA
4. ___ Island, Casco Bay locale : ORRS
5. Whatever person, old style : WHOSO
6. Ballad follower : EER
7. O.T. book : LAM
8. U.S. fighter plane : LRI
9. Make good : ARRIVE
10. Untied : LOOSED
11. Siren : LURER
12. I, to Claudius : EGO
13. Itch : YEN
14. Sienna brown : SAHARA
15. Pyknic : OBESE
16. Weather-map areas : LOWS
17. Fourth-largest inland sea : ARAL
18. Racer Yarborough : CALE
19. Problem areas for plumbers : ELLS
24. Square or cube follower : ROOT
25. "We hold ___ truths . . . " : THESE
30. Border : VERGE
31. Admiral Zumwalt : ELMO
32. Hindu V.I.P. : RANI
33. A Baker employee : TMAN
34. Greek counterpart of Romans' Juventas : HEBE
35. Energy converter : ENGINE
36. Pat and Richard : BOONES
37. Ear trouble : OTITIS
38. A 1925 musical : NONONANETTE
41. Specifying Hamlet's body : TOOTOOSOLID
42. City on the Humboldt : ELKO
43. Be rife : TEEM
44. Ancient field hand : ESNE
47. ___ ton (Oriental dumpling) : WON
48. Laundry cycle : SPIN
50. Old Eng. coins : GNS
51. Edges up on : NEARS
52. "Beware!" in Bourges : GARE
53. Shade into one another : GRADATE
54. Nine inches : SPAN
57. Site of first Olympics : ELIS
59. Storm-country lady : TESS
60. Orfe : IDE
61. One of Greece's Seven Wise Men : SOLON
62. Kimono securer : OBI
64. He wrote "Our Gang" : ROTH
65. Mülheim an der ___ : RUHR
67. He portrayed a Kennedy on TV : DEVANE
68. Iroquoian magic power : ORENDA
69. Process blubber : RENDER
71. As soon as : ONCE
73. Stamp on some sale garments : IRR
74. The Charles's wirehair : ASTA
75. It's prized at Stowe : SNOW
76. Filly's pop : SIRE
77. Egg-shaped ornaments : OVA
78. Praline ingredient : PECAN
80. Not one, country style : NARY
81. Old kingdom also called Susiana : ELAM
82. It, in Italy : ESSO
83. U.N. roadblock : VETO
85. Packsaddle canvas : MANTA
89. Simon Legree, for one : LASHER
90. Supercilious : SNOOTY
91. Weepy daughters of Atlas : HYADES
92. G.I. requirement : AMMO
94. Parisian chemin de fer : METRO
95. Schwartz's "___ Together": 1932 : ALONE
96. Bats gnats : SWATS
97. Arabian port : ADEN
98. Word after bar : NONE
99. Tots : ADDS
100. Bullhead : POUT
103. Lyricist Harbach : OTTO
104. Terminer's partner : OYER
105. What savants are steeped in : LORE
107. Cooking meas. : TSP
108. Electrical unit : VAR
109. Capri ending : OTE
110. Word with square or gun : TRY
111. Scuffle : HOE
112. Seagoing initials : USS

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