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New York Times, Sunday, October 13, 1991

Author: Ernst Theimer
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 144, Blocks: 77, Avg Word Len: 5.06, Missing: { J Q X Z }
Open Squares: 114, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 7, XRef: 0
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1. Lyric poem : ODE
4. Bad days on Wall St. : DNS
7. Applied nutmeg : SPICED
13. Reel : SPOOL
18. Strong dislike : AVERSION
20. Spanish loss in 1588 : ARMADA
21. Tawed leather : ALUTA
22. Husband : CONSERVE
23. Kite or eagle : RAPTOR
24. Ash : BATWOOD
25. Customer group reveres : CLIENTELEVENERATES
27. Presided : CHAIRED
29. Alley yowler : TOM
30. Followed a scent : TRACED
31. Side issue : BYE
32. Stack role : NESS
33. Novelist Kingsley ___ : AMIS
36. Spanish currency : PESETA
38. Louis XIV, e.g. : ROI
40. Gannet : SOLAN
42. Artist Shahn : BEN
43. Variety of gypsum : ALABASTER
48. Young congers : ELVERS
49. S African fox : ASSE
51. "Faith ___!" (words by Faber) : OFOURFATHERS
52. Part of D.A.R. : DAUGHTERS
53. English poet laureate: 1790 : PYE
54. Fleur de ___ : LIS
56. Violinist Bull : OLE
57. Make lace : TAT
58. Actor Frobe : GERT
59. Capital of Sicily : PALERMO
61. Tourist attraction : RUINS
63. Noted Russian-born artist-designer : ERTE
64. Wear away : ERODE
65. Nobelist in Physics: 1910 : WAALS
67. Thrash : TRIM
71. Oblong eatery : DINER
73. Vehicle for Ben Hur : CHARIOT
75. Slots spot : RENO
76. Ruby or river : DEE
79. Res followers : MIS
80. Luau instr. : UKE
81. Limit; restrict: Abbr. : CNF
82. Stretch : DISTEND
83. Trainer : CONDITIONER
86. Perry's creator : ERLE
88. Create : DEVISE
89. Its capital is Jakarta : INDONESIA
90. Assist : AID
91. "Goodnight" girl : IRENE
92. Cariou from Canada : LEN
93. Dishing out : DOLING
96. Marshes : FENS
97. Bow or knot, in Lisboa : LACO
100. Pres. after J.A.G. : CAA
102. Popeye's tattoo : ANCHOR
104. Motorists' gp. : AAA
107. Struck with fear : ALARMED
109. Some boxing preliminaries : LIGHTWEIGHTEVENTS
113. Lepidopterist's thought while chasing a butterfly? : CANINETYOU
114. Maroon : ENISLE
116. Stone : LAPIDATE
117. Data for a computer : INPUT
118. Like clothes after a diet : LOOSER
119. Extreme selfishness : EGOMANIA
120. "___ thou these great buildings?": Mark 13:2 : SEEST
121. "Gunsmoke" actor : ARNESS
122. ___ Moines : DES
123. Singer Davis : MAC
1. Convex molding : OVOLO
2. Jeans material : DENIM
3. Gaelic : ERSE
4. Grime : DIRT
5. Unusual occurrences : NOVELEVENTS
6. Lip curl : SNEER
7. Crusader foes : SARACENS
8. Babbles : PRATES
9. Hinder : IMPEDE
10. Broadway musical hit : CATS
11. Tokyo, once : EDO
12. "Pride and Prejudice" character : DARCY
13. Leeward island : SABA
14. Ordinary looking : PLAINISH
15. Exhausted : OUTWORE
16. Siouan Indians : OTOES
17. Alan and Cheryl : LADDS
18. C.P.A. : ACCT
19. Cambodian coin : SEN
26. Colza oil source : RAPESEED
28. Medicinal-plants adept : HERBALIST
31. British P.M.: 1902-5 : BALFOUR
33. Warned : ALERTED
34. Red planet : MARS
35. Officeholders : INS
37. N.M. Indian : TAOS
39. Avenaceous : OATEN
40. Butchery : SLAUGHTER
41. Manifest : OVERT
42. The Bears of Waco : BAYLOR
44. In conflict with : AFOULOF
45. Asian holiday : TET
46. Epoch : ERA
47. Q-U connection : RST
48. Advantage : EDGE
50. Shade tree : ELM
53. Partial paralysis : PARESIS
55. Nebraska neighbor : IOWA
59. Contrition : PENITENCE
60. Take heed : RECK
61. Bestowed liberally : RAINED
62. Tries hard : STRIVES
66. Strong illumination : ARCLIGHT
68. Tree exudation : RESIN
69. Deep : INTENSE
70. Kind : MODE
72. A chemical compound : IMINE
74. Half a bray : HEE
76. Half of MCCII : DCI
77. Eternity : EON
78. Objective : END
80. Mineral found in dried lake basins : URAO
82. Bruce or Laura of acting fame : DERN
84. Sad : DOLOROUS
85. Iroquoian Indian : ONEIDA
87. Cattlemen : RANCHERS
88. Casino cube : DIE
94. Irregular strophe in a chanson de geste : LAISSE
95. Fireplaces : INGLES
96. Cargo : FREIGHTAGE
97. Network : LACIS
98. "A cottage in ___ . . . ": Godley : ALANE
99. Poodle or Doberman : CANINETYPE
101. Author Turin : ADELA
103. Hooted, in a way : OWLED
104. Pineapple : ANANA
105. Tall story : ATTIC
106. On the Java : ASEA
108. Hershfield's Homeless Hector, e.g. : MUTT
109. Lucerne landmark : LION
110. Heroic poetry : EPOS
111. Get-up-and-go : VIM
112. Red-coated cheese : EDAM
115. Hide ___ hair : NOR

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