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New York Times, Sunday, January 13, 1980

Author:Tap Osborn
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 168, Blocks: 88, Avg Word Len: 5.25, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 676 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 155, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 12, XRef: 0
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© 1980, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Irreligious : PAGAN
6. Note, to Key : ASHARP
12. Serape : SHAWL
17. Largest natural lake in Wales : BALA
21. In harmony : ATONE
22. Trilling or Hampton : LIONEL
23. Brokaw's show : TODAY
24. Tiant : LUIS
25. January 1 beauty queen's plea : DONTRAINONMYPARADE
28. Octave of a feast : UTAS
29. Rubber tree : ULE
30. Docket : AGENDA
31. Take a flier : RISK
32. Show up for the 25th : REUNE
33. Code word : ALFA
35. Dirs. : ENES
36. Material for 36 keys : EBONY
38. Item near a tub : BATHMAT
40. One with pressing duties : IRONER
42. Jolo's archipelago : SULU
43. Aug. 4, 1892, crime name : BORDEN
44. Lack : ABSENCE
46. June gardener's Elvis-style lament : IGOTSTUNG
49. Former Met diva : ALDA
52. Impious : UNHOLY
53. Word with cork or thumb : SCREW
55. Part of R.W.E. : WALDO
56. Purdah prop : VEIL
57. Quotidian : DAILY
58. Wild plum : SLOE
59. Yule-tree hanger : ICICLE
61. Diplomat Silas : DEANE
62. Bonn article : EINE
63. Stone landmark : CAIRN
64. Spiffily togged out : NATTY
65. Curving out : CONVEX
66. Deadlocked : HUNG
67. Potpourri: Abbr. : MISC
68. Tetra minus one : TRI
69. "___ tu," Verdi aria : ERI
70. Travel hazard : FOG
73. April sound for bird watchers : SINGININTHERAIN
77. Help call : SOS
78. Spare rib, once : EVE
79. Mouths : ORA
80. Grafted: Her. : ENTE
81. Gift of gab : LINE
82. Establishes : SETSUP
84. Kind of bulb : FLASH
86. Fall quencher : CIDER
87. Sibilant aside : PSST
91. Sing lustily : TROLL
92. "Micah ___," Doyle novel : CLARKE
93. Listless : LOGY
94. Speed: Comb. form : TACHO
95. Together, at the Met : ADUE
96. Feudal V.I.P. : THANE
97. "I ___ the Songs" : WRITE
99. Master of love ballads : MATHIS
100. Viaud's pen name : LOTI
101. July farm-journal entry : HOWDRYIAM
103. K and C : RATIONS
104. Wolves, often : OGLERS
106. In the past : ONCE
107. Ranch animal : MERINO
108. Extempore : OFFHAND
110. Vulgar : CRUDE
112. Anjou's cousin : BOSC
113. Additionally : ALSO
116. Take a second shot at : RETRY
117. Rank : OLID
118. Gordon or Irish : SETTER
120. Result of many a "lost weekend" : DTS
121. Thine: Fr. : ATOI
122. December dorm notice : HOMEFORTHEHOLIDAYS
127. Prurient : LEWD
128. "Paper Moon" name : ONEAL
129. Usurer, for one : LOANER
130. "The Friends of Eddie ___" : COYLE
131. Toiler of yore : ESNE
132. Art category : GENRE
133. Domain : SPHERE
134. Assault : ONSET
1. "Kiss Me, Kate" locale : PADUA
2. Coral reef : ATOLL
3. Closed-shop sign in May : GONEFISHIN
4. Colony denizen : ANT
5. Tiber tributary : NERA
6. Property receiver : ALIENEE
7. "Born again" candidate : SINNER
8. Street toughs : HOODS
9. Soprano Moffo : ANNA
10. Ad ___ (pertinent) : REM
11. Wield : PLY
12. Coloring agent : STAIN
13. Oversized : HORSY
14. Aleutian isle : ADAK
15. Bundle : WAD
16. Caustic : LYE
17. October victory for Yale : BLUEHEAVEN
18. November headache : AUTUMNLEAVES
19. Tropical vine : LIANA
20. Desirable thing : ASSET
26. Means : AGENCY
27. English musician: 1835–1909 : PROUT
32. Sent back: Abbr. : RTD
34. Tiny space : AREOLE
36. "Bravo," Greek style : EUGE
37. March shopper's woe : BLOWININTHEWIND
38. Parisian's plug : BONDE
39. Ex-constellation : ARGO
41. "___ a Rose" : ONLY
42. Squad-car item : SIREN
43. Domineer : BULLY
44. Carcassonne's river : AUDE
45. ___ B'rith : BNAI
47. Kind of hitter : SWITCH
48. Savoir-faire : TACT
50. Moola : DINERO
51. Actress Smith : ALEXIS
53. Cast : SLING
54. Welsh-bred dog : CORGI
58. Health spa feature : SAUNA
60. Class distinction : CASTE
61. Rub out : DOIN
63. Nest noise : CHIRP
65. Muezzin : CRIER
67. Byelorussian city : MINSK
68. Judge for Dred Scott : TANEY
70. Like a gala : FESTAL
71. Cook too long : OVERDO
72. Weatherman's August warning : GETOUTOFTOWN
73. "Body and ___" : SOUL
74. Start of a hymn : NEARER
75. Nobelist in Literature: 1948 : ELIOT
76. Spine : RIDGE
83. Jingly February outing : SLEIGHRIDE
84. Defects : FLAWS
85. Camera genius Edwin : LAND
86. Region, to Keats : CLIME
87. Color change on old silver : PATINA
88. They resume in September : SCHOOLDAYS
89. Kind of plaster : SHIN
90. Flip : TOSS
92. Combo on the keys : CHORD
94. Film maker Jacques : TATI
96. In that case : THEN
98. Hambletonian, e.g. : RACE
99. Grateau's wave : MARCEL
102. "___ Something to Me" : YOUDO
103. Put back in shape : RESTORE
105. Minstrel's song : LAY
107. Machree of songdom : MOTHER
108. Fanon : ORALE
109. Celebrations : FETES
110. Net, in business : CLEAR
111. Jaeger's weapon : RIFLE
112. Fashion's Geoffrey : BEENE
114. Panache : STYLE
115. Central Caucasian : OSSET
117. Augury : OMEN
118. ___ Jahan : SHAH
119. Petrocelli of baseball : RICO
122. Duroc : HOG
123. Romberg's "___ Alone" : ONE
124. Literary monogram : RLS
125. Porter's "You're the ___" : TOP
126. Giovanni or José : DON

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