Will Weng
Will Weng 

HASTY PUDDING

New York Times, Sunday, January 7, 1990

Author: Will Weng
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 144, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.01, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 536 (avg 1.48)
Open Squares: 107, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 7, XRef: 2
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© 1990, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Up to now : SOFAR
6. Smeltery leavings : SLAGS
11. Sound seeking silence : TST
14. Supplement : ADD
17. Beckett's "___ Dies" : MALONE
18. Slanting type : ITALIC
19. Absence of the skull : ACRANIA
21. Lacking a key : ATONAL
22. Mexican's moola : DINERO
23. Former N.Y. Senator : KEATING
24. Start of an impetuous person's prayer, with 101 Across : LORDGIVEMEPATIENCE
27. Small whale : SEI
28. Quality of having limits : FINITENESS
32. Exotic dinner bell : GONG
36. Red Queen's advice to Alice : FASTERFASTER
41. Sign for Churchill : VEE
42. Writer James and family : AGEES
44. "Can do" serviceman : SEABEE
45. Clump of ivy : TOD
46. Pious talk : CANT
47. An apple inspired him : NEWTON
49. German river : ELBE
50. ___ capita : PER
51. Word after omni or mini : BUS
52. Taunt to an early motorist : GETAHORSE
54. Relative of a prom : HOP
55. Central American : LATINO
58. Units of syllabic length : MORAE
59. Jewish month : ADAR
61. Armenia's capital : ERIVAN
62. Ordinary : SOSO
65. Impetuous guest's question : WHENDOWEEAT
69. French head : TETE
70. "Twelfth Night" lass : OLIVIA
72. Sty sounds : OINK
73. Mexican O.K.'s : SISIS
75. Like weak coffee : WATERY
76. Chess pc. : KNT
77. Sally of "All in the Family" : STRUTHERS
81. Wino : SOT
82. Word before rata : PRO
83. Merry sounds : HAHA
85. Symbolic show-biz city : PEORIA
86. In a while : SOON
88. Hush-hush agcy. : CIA
89. Piña ___ (rum drink) : COLADA
91. Sp. Misses : SRTAS
92. Neighbor of Arg. : URU
93. Impetuous motorist's sounds : HONKHONKHONK
96. Wires: Abbr. : TELS
97. Status honored in May : MOTHERHOOD
99. Private eye : TEC
101. Rest of 24 Across : ANDIWANTITRIGHTNOW
110. Number-2 golf club : MIDIRON
113. Brought under control : REINED
114. Relating to gulls : LARINE
115. Catalogue company's activity : MAILING
116. Mall units : STORES
117. Worn away : ERODED
118. Chang's twin : ENG
119. Opp. of NNW : SSE
120. Ruhr city : ESSEN
121. Famous golf cup : RYDER
1. Japanese P.M.: 1964-72 : SATO
2. Swan genus : OLOR
3. "Ae ___ Kiss," Burns poem : FOND
4. Word jugglings: Abbr. : ANAGS
5. Kind of pitcher : RELIEF
6. Particle, in Scotland : STIM
7. Memory or Drury : LANE
8. Syrian city, to the French : ALEP
9. Tall veldt grazer : GIRAFFE
10. Nova ___ : SCOTIA
11. ___ leave it : TAKEITOR
12. Like a sachet : SCENTED
13. Lost-article checker : TRACER
14. Black cuckoo : ANI
15. Cacophony : DIN
16. Hammarskjöld : DAG
17. Prefix for adroit : MAL
18. Freshwater fish : IDE
20. Solar disk : ATEN
25. Passages : VIAS
26. Foot part : INSTEP
29. Shifty : EVASIVE
30. Cambodian coin : SEN
31. Prepare the table : SET
32. Kind of plank : GANG
33. Type of arch : OGEE
34. Eft : NEWT
35. Impetuous person's advice : GETAMOVEON
37. Asian partridge : SEESEE
38. Welty product : TALE
39. One of the tides : EBB
40. Dakota Indian : REE
43. N.Y.C. artists' area : SOHO
46. Brusque person's command : CUTITSHORT
48. Home for a Viking : NORWAY
50. Study hard : PORE
51. Grill's partner : BAR
53. Cheer : RAH
54. Peddle : HAWK
55. Eases : LETSUP
56. One of the Turners : NAT
57. Singleton : ONE
59. Mine access : ADIT
60. Juan or Carlos : DON
62. Plant : SOW
63. Swedish poet Hansson : OLA
64. Stays to the end : SITSOUT
66. Minor prohibition : NONO
67. Sonora is one : ESTADO
68. Cavatina : AIR
71. N.Y.C. subway line : IRT
74. Followers: Suffix : ITES
76. Polish city : KRAKOW
77. Ruler who fled: Jan. 16, 1979 : SHAH
78. Notable French artist-designer : ERTE
79. Coin of Iran : RIAL
80. Impertinence : SASS
82. Type of device on which a door swings : PINHINGE
83. Dearie : HON
84. A resin : ALK
86. ___, esse, fui . . . : SUM
87. Spanish treasure : ORO
88. Certain barriers : CORDONS
89. Some seines : CODNETS
90. Opposed : ANTI
93. Pétain and Matisse : HENRIS
94. Like a filibusterer's voice : HOARSE
95. Bowler : KEGLER
98. Greet : HAIL
100. Cautious : CHARY
102. Uncles, in Toledo : TIOS
103. Concerning : INRE
104. One of the ages : TEEN
105. Boxing units: Abbr. : RDS
106. Walked on : TROD
107. Pheasant group : NIDE
108. Special person : ONER
109. Mat. day : WED
110. Former Mlle. : MME
111. Writer Fleming : IAN
112. Do archeology work : DIG

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