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New York Times, Sunday, January 24, 1993

Author:Joy L. Wouk
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { Q X }, Scrabble score: 525 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 113, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 14, XRef: 1, Spans: 1
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1. Do some gardening : SPADE
6. ___ House, O'Neill's home in Calif. : TAO
9. Capture : BAG
12. Stagehand : GRIP
16. Subject of a C. Wells limerick : TUTOR
17. Yr. obdt. ___ : SERV
18. Vends : SELLS
20. Football cheer : YELL
21. City north of East St. Louis : ALTON
22. Caen's river : ORNE
23. Corolla part : PETAL
24. Depend : RELY
25. PHYSICAL-EDUCATION MOTTO : SSANAINCORPORESANO
29. Roll-call reply : HERE
30. Caviar : ROE
31. Composer Janacek : LEOS
32. Fr. holy woman : STE
33. Canine examiner's deg. : DDS
36. Seven-inning diamond game : SOFTBALL
38. CHANNEL BETWEEN WALES AND ANGLESEY ISLAND : AISTRAIT
40. Exhaust gradually : DRAIN
43. Ignited : LIT
44. K-O connection : LMN
45. Similar: Comb. form : HOMEO
46. " . . . ALL ___ EQUAL . . . " : ARECREATED
49. WESTERNMOST POINT OF CALIF. : CAPEDOCINO
51. Rhine delta port : ROTTERDAM
52. Cinquefoil feature : ARC
53. Cashiered : OUSTED
54. Sigourney Weaver hit: 1979 : ALIEN
55. Melodious : ARIOSO
57. Slip : ERR
59. "THE LORD IS WITH THEE: ___": Luke 1:28 : BLESSEDARTTHOUAMONGWO
67. Draft agcy. : SSS
68. "Merope" poet : ARNOLD
69. Former Spanish port : PALOS
70. Least furnished : BAREST
75. For : PRO
76. Certain mathematicians : GEOMETERS
78. PITTSBURGH-BORN ACTOR: 1890-1963 : ADOLPHEJOU
81. BANANA-HEADDRESS ACTRESS : CARMIRANDA
82. Inventor Nikola ___ : TESLA
83. Winery feature : VAT
84. Lap dog : POM
85. Comedian Kaye : DANNY
86. "On a ___ . . . ": Lerner-Lane musical : CLEARDAY
88. Nautical ropes : LANYARDS
91. Possesses : HAS
92. The smart set : TON
93. Kind : SORT
94. Escoffier seasoning : SEL
95. Butter units : PATS
99. DONIZETTI WORK, WITH "THE" : DAUGHTEROFTHEREGIT
103. On the horizon : AFAR
106. ___ Tower, Chicago : SEARS
107. ___ avis : RARA
108. Muse for Pindar : ERATO
109. Glaze for cloth : SIZE
110. _____ Bell (Emily Brontë) : ELLIS
111. Malay sir : TUAN
112. Madison Ave. denizen : ADMAN
113. Cognize : KNOW
114. Douceur : SOP
115. Upward bend in timber : SNY
116. New York mayor: 1784-89 : DUANE
1. Hiding place : STASH
2. Peas and beans : PULSE
3. Perfume base : ATTAR
4. Fictional Loma : DOONE
5. Soprano Berger : ERNA
6. Three rhyming lines : TERCET
7. Pisa's river : ARNO
8. Covered : OVERLAID
9. U.S. mental-hygiene movement founder : BEERS
10. Der ___ (Adenauer) : ALTE
11. Window envelope material : GLASSINE
12. Kind of sandwich : GYRO
13. Arikara : REE
14. Adverse : ILL
15. Rope strand : PLY
17. What ibn means : SONOF
18. Bobbin : SPOOL
19. Blind parts : SLATS
26. One who mangles : IRONER
27. Hide : PELT
28. Pic de ___, highest of the Pyrenees : NETHOU
33. Therewith, in Darmstadt : DAMIT
34. Chemical compound : DIENE
35. Lost a lap : STOOD
36. Circe et al. : SIRENS
37. To turn pale, in Blois : BLEMIR
38. Elec. unit : AMP
39. Fabulous birds : ROCS
40. Amusing : DROLL
41. Make a new knot : RETIE
42. Parts of "Phèdre" : ACTES
44. Varnish ingredient : LAC
46. Omani, e.g. : ARAB
47. Coarse fibers : ADADS
48. Gogol's "___ Bulba" : TARAS
49. An Eisenhower doctor: 1956 : CROHN
50. Campus building, for short : DORM
52. Houston player : ASTRO
56. Hokkaido port : OTARU
57. Swiss mathematician: 1707-83 : EULER
58. Polish city : RADOM
60. Tallinn native : ESTH
61. Type of reproduction : OOGAMY
62. Gluck creations : OPERAS
63. Soviet dissident-author Sharansky : NATAN
64. Senator-astronaut : GLENN
65. Verbose : WORDY
66. Thessalian mountain : OSSA
70. Lot : BATCH
71. Author Turin : ADELA
72. Derby winner's wreath : ROSES
73. Pronoun for the Pinta : ELLA
74. City in Laconia : SPARTA
75. Cambodia's Pol ___ : POT
77. Mean : MIDDLE
79. Gospels : EVANGELS
80. Johnny's successor on TV : JAY
81. Twists : CONTORTS
84. Young salmon : PARR
87. Drench : DOUSE
88. Loamy deposit : LOESS
89. Errant : ASTRAY
90. She often starred with 99 Down : REHAN
93. Runway : STRIP
95. Concealed : PERDU
96. Old World lizard : AGAMA
97. Largest moon of Saturn : TITAN
98. He wrote "Lust for Life" : STONE
99. Actor John ___: 1853-1927 : DREW
100. Nimbus : HALO
101. Hawthorne's was marble : FAUN
102. Perused : READ
103. Invite : ASK
104. Pinnule : FIN
105. Kind of dye : AZO

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