OUT WITH YOU AND YOU!

New York Times, Sunday, November 24, 1991

Author: Judith C. Dalton
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 76, Avg Word Len: 5.14, Missing: { J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 528 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 119, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 10, XRef: 0
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© 1991, The New York Times
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1. Wellaway! : ALAS
5. Oral-vaccine man : SABIN
10. Mid pts. : CTRS
14. Cartouche : MESA
18. Exuviate : MOLT
19. Gross, in Granada : CRASO
20. Restored bldg. : REHAB
22. Middle East prince : EMIR
23. Foolscap figure? : PAPEREIGHT
25. Mediators, occasionally? : IRECUTTERS
27. Finnish poems : RUNES
28. "Pippin" director : FOSSE
30. Gun org. : NRA
31. Greets intrusively : ACCOSTS
34. "___ diem" : CARPE
35. Snow-sport conveyor : SKILIFT
39. Large-eyed lemur : LORIS
40. Glisten : SHINE
41. Business deg. : MBA
42. Roman 502 : DII
43. Parched : ARID
44. Cad in charge? : STEERINGHEEL
48. Ending for differ or insist : ENT
49. May honorees : MOMS
50. Samlet; skegger : PARR
51. Burden : LOAD
52. Huff : SNIT
53. Naval C.I.A. : ONI
54. Musical entrances? : SINGINGDOORS
58. Catchall term : ETAL
59. Wine-and-nutmeg drink : SANGAREE
61. Herbs, in Yorkshire : YARBS
62. Noted U.S. surgeon: 1864-1943 : CRILE
63. Long successor on "Cheers" : ALLEY
64. Spelunking sites : CAVES
65. Decrepit, in Dijon : CADUC
67. Becomes wan : PALES
69. Finishes last : LOSES
70. W.W. II tanks : SHERMANS
73. Actress Raines : ELLA
74. Nuptial cobblers? : BRIDALSHOERS
77. Savanna : LEA
78. Skim over : SCAN
79. Glitzy fabric : LAME
80. Moroccan coastal area : IFNI
81. Wing: Comb. form : PTER
82. Poodle size : TOY
83. Container business? : PANBROKERAGE
87. Staffer : AIDE
88. Baxter role in 1950 : EVE
89. City in Peru : ICA
90. Waistcoats : VESTS
91. Banks or Pyle : ERNIE
92. Seeds again : RERANKS
94. Bumps a Durant : DENTS
95. What foes called supporters of Mary Stuart : PAPISTS
97. This, in Tours : CET
98. Luck, in Livorno : SORTE
99. Gratifies : SATES
100. Dermatologist, sometimes? : ITCHDOCTOR
104. Minor augury? : LITTLEOMEN
109. Genuine : TRUE
110. Maharashtra city : POONA
111. Object of Petrarch's affection : LAURA
112. Variable star : NOVA
113. Plant juices : SAPS
114. Candid : OPEN
115. City SSE of Dallas : ENNIS
116. Male only : STAG
1. Elec. unit : AMP
2. Mauna ___ : LOA
3. Eisenhut, e.g. : ALP
4. Controversial compounds : STEROIDS
5. Pointer's best point : SCENT
6. Butter in the sky : ARIES
7. Sacks : BAGS
8. Suffix for baby or old : ISH
9. "O short-liv'd pride! ___?": Shak. : NOTFAIR
10. Make crunchy : CRISPEN
11. Succinct : TERSE
12. Korea's Syngman ___ : RHEE
13. Micmac's cousin : SAC
14. Conductive substance : METAL
15. Scottish uncle : EME
16. Address for Raleigh : SIR
17. Horace's "___ Poetica" : ARS
21. Tiered sleeping spots : BUNKBEDS
24. Dancer Tamblyn : RUSS
26. Due-process process : TRIAL
29. Mountain ashes, to Virgil : ORNI
31. Cottonwoods : ALAMOS
32. Cigar or crown : CORONA
33. Illegal stratum? : CRIMINALLAYER
34. Colette novel : CHERI
35. Use finger paints : SMEAR
36. Equivalent cans in London? : IDENTICALTINS
37. Gable-top feature : FINIAL
38. Former quarterback Y. A. ___ : TITTLE
40. Suit material : SERGE
44. Flèche : SPIRE
45. Dred Scott decision Justice : TANEY
46. Lumpy masses : GLOBS
47. Old cries of triumph : HOOS
52. Red Cross supply : SERUM
54. Bando and Mineo : SALS
55. Lake in SE Africa : NYASA
56. Rapper in a courtroom : GAVEL
57. Dolly Varden, e.g. : DRESS
60. Collect bit by bit : GLEAN
62. Nav. officers : CDRS
64. Translating device : CODER
65. ___-Chu school of philosophy : CHENG
66. High nest : AERIE
67. What nudniks do : PESTER
68. Room recess : ALCOVE
69. Precarious perch : LIMB
70. Lounge furniture : SOFAS
71. "He shall not ___ if he have his own": Shak. : NEEDIT
72. Hindu garments : SAREES
74. Asphalt, e.g. : BLACKTOP
75. Punjabi potentates : RANAS
76. Trumpeter Al and family : HIRTS
81. Certain plastic tubes : PARISONS
83. Yearned : PINED
84. Exceeded limits : OVERRAN
85. Lear's faithful companion : KENT
86. Actress Parsons : ESTELLE
91. Fleuret's kin : EPEE
93. Anagram for chase : ACHES
94. Blackmore outlaw : DOONE
95. Angelo ___, memorable educator : PATRI
96. Rand's shrugger : ATLAS
98. Plug up : STOP
99. Daze : STUN
100. "___ a girl!" : ITS
101. La predecessor : TRA
102. Walker or Wightman : CUP
103. Dove sound : COO
105. Golfer Baker-Finch : IAN
106. Pithy remark : MOT
107. Braun or Marie Saint : EVA
108. Henpeck : NAG

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