OCCUPATIONAL ASSOCIATION

New York Times, Sunday, October 14, 1984

Author:Barbara Lunder Gillis
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 558 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 113, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 10, XRef: 0
Barbara Lunder Gillis has 11 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.

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© 1984, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Likewise : DITTO
6. Solicits : ASKS
10. Prods : JABS
14. Stint : CHORE
19. Habitual : USUAL
20. Comedy act : SKIT
21. Dark : EBON
22. Washed : LAVED
23. Shade tree : MAPLE
24. Dig : MINE
25. Saarinen : EERO
26. Declaim : ORATE
27. Mason : BRICKSANDMORTAR
30. Woody or Steve : ALLEN
31. Unit of metrical time : MORA
32. "Maggie ___," Beatles song : MAE
33. Grab : TAKE
35. Lawyer : TRIALANDERROR
41. Figured fabric : DAMASK
45. Laborer : PEON
46. Performed : DID
47. Lloyd or Philip : NOLAN
49. Buck's mate : DOE
50. Philanthropist Pratt : ENOCH
52. Fortas, for one : ABE
53. Teacher : SHOWANDTELL
56. Rake : LOTHARIO
58. ___ Carlo Menotti : GIAN
59. Carbonated drink : SODAPOP
60. Essay : TRY
61. " . . . incense-breathing ___": T. Gray : MORN
62. Dor or thrips : INSECT
64. Liberal follower : ARTS
65. Love, in Lecce : AMORE
66. Steinbeck's wayward vehicle : BUS
67. Saw : ADAGE
69. Custom : MODE
71. Stellar : ASTRAL
73. Famed marionette maker: 1882–1942 : SARG
74. ___ Grande : RIO
77. Japanese warrior : SAMURAI
79. Grade : RATE
80. Historical site on the Hudson : HYDEPARK
82. Restaurateur : WINEANDDINE
84. Ballet step : PAS
85. Hearsay : RUMOR
86. Cuckoo : ANI
87. Jewish month : NISAN
88. Preserve : CAN
89. Capital of Yemen : SANA
90. Awns : BEARDS
92. Pilot : HIGHANDMIGHTY
98. Salt Lake City team : UTES
100. Caroline Islands' group : YAP
101. Town in Galilee : CANA
102. Fox hunter's cry : HALLO
105. Author : CHAPTERANDVERSE
113. "The ___ Me": C. O. Skinner : APEIN
114. Attire for Tattered Tom : RAGS
115. Auburn and La Salle : CARS
116. Cheer : ELATE
117. Old Chinese weight : LIANG
118. Japanese aborigine : AINU
119. Monster : OGRE
120. Revers : LAPEL
121. Sharp teeth : FANGS
122. Stuffy : PRIM
123. Ottoman rulers of yore : DEYS
124. Crackles : SNAPS
1. Bell predecessor : DUMB
2. Munich's river : ISAR
3. Brazilian people : TUPI
4. Soft mineral : TALC
5. Lena feeder : OLEKMA
6. Capital of Eritrea : ASMARA
7. Model : SKINANDBONES
8. Class : KIND
9. Checked : STEMMED
10. "Boo bird" : JEERER
11. Incite : ABET
12. Adriatic wind : BORA
13. Stable sound : SNORT
14. Spy : CLOAKANDDAGGER
15. River in New York : HARLEM
16. Shape of an abalone shell : OVAL
17. Plexus : RETE
18. London hero : EDEN
28. Hurok or Helios : SOL
29. Gig item : OAR
34. Hersey town : ADANO
35. Purport : TENOR
36. Radiciferous : ROOTY
37. Narrow margin : INCH
38. Stamping tool : DIE
39. "A linen stock ___ leg . . . ": Shak. : ONONE
40. Quarrel : ROW
42. Expert : ADEPT
43. Musical features : SOLOS
44. Seaweed : KELP
45. Stone : PELT
48. "The ___ of Pompeii" : LASTDAYS
51. Carpenter : HAMMERANDTONGS
52. Blitz events : AIRRAIDS
53. Wavy : SINUATE
54. Kin of a rumble : HASSLE
55. The common vetch : TARE
57. Aussie marsupial : ROO
58. Noted mystic poet: 1883–1931 : GIBRAN
63. Banker : CASHANDCARRY
65. Together, to Tosti : ADUE
68. Dull suffix : ARD
69. Site of Loring A.F.B. : MAINE
70. "___ vincit amor" : OMNIA
72. Lopez from Dallas : TRINI
74. ___ Gan, city near Tel Aviv : RAMAT
75. Satiric twist : IRONY
76. Gumbo : OKRA
77. Mop : SWAB
78. Aromatic herb : ANISE
81. Thrust : PUSH
83. Morse-code signal : DAH
84. Ridicule : PAN
88. Type of cottage : CAPECOD
91. Decision : RULING
93. Plasterboard part : GYPSUM
94. Castor or pillbox : HAT
95. Clergymen's houses : MANSES
96. Ill. neighbor : IND
97. Judicial tools : GAVELS
99. Set-to : SCRAP
102. Moiety : HALF
103. Capital of Western Samoa : APIA
104. Spare : LEAN
106. ___ of the dog : HAIR
107. Hindu god of fire : AGNI
108. Fume : RAGE
109. Dash : ELAN
110. S. Pacific island : RAPA
111. Gait : STEP
112. Congers : EELS

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