TIME AFTER TIME

New York Times, Sunday, November 5, 1989

Author: Michael J. Parris
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 66, Avg Word Len: 5.43, Missing: { J Q }, Scrabble score: 596 (avg 1.59)
Open Squares: 135, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 13, XRef: 1
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© 1989, The New York Times
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1. Reeking : OLID
5. Surly : GRUFF
10. Cote sound : COO
13. Abominated : HATED
18. ___ Nostra : COSA
19. A hundred paise : RUPEE
20. ___ food : SOUL
21. Sadat : ANWAR
22. Charlemagne (800)–Francis II (1806) : HOLYROMANEMPIRE
25. Lovelace's forte : POESY
26. Stages in lives of organisms : STADIUMS
27. Legal claims : LIENS
28. Parts of books : SPINES
29. Viscid : ROPY
30. Eucharist containers: Var. : PIXES
31. Faint appearance : GLINT
32. Early French monarchs : CAPETS
35. Ate elegantly : DINED
36. Loyalties : FEALTIES
39. Wahines' dances : HULAS
40. T'ai Tsu (1368)–Chuang-lieh-ti (1644) : MINGDYNASTY
42. Wawaskeesh : ELK
43. Agenda unit : ITEM
44. His name means "I am faithful" : FIDO
45. Grafted: Her. : ENTE
46. Norman town : STLO
47. Miss Piggy's pronoun : MOI
48. Paleolithic period : OLDSTONEAGE
52. Brazilian state : BAHIA
53. Lamb or Bacon : ESSAYIST
55. Staggers : REELS
56. Neutralize : CANCEL
57. Chirp : TWEET
58. Runs away : FLEES
59. "___ d'Arthur": Tennyson : MORTE
60. Animal tracks : SPOORS
62. Eat away : ERODE
63. Changes sugar to alcohol : FERMENTS
66. Gripes : KICKS
67. February 29 : LEAPYEARDAY
69. Gumshoe : TEC
70. Arrow poison : INEE
71. Tale : YARN
72. Tenor Shicoff : NEIL
73. Whine : PULE
74. Eliot's "The Hollow ___" : MEN
75. When dinosaurs roamed the earth : MESOZOICERA
79. Firth of Clyde island : ARRAN
80. Supposes : PRESUMES
82. Fatuous : INANE
83. Made raids for booty : PREYED
84. "The Pumpkin ___," 1964 film : EATER
85. Coquette : FLIRT
86. Samoyeds and schipperkes : DOGS
87. ___ Zee Bridge, N.Y. : TAPPAN
89. City on the Meuse : LIEGE
90. Located : SITUATED
94. Not give ___ (be unconcerned) : AHOOT
95. A.H. 1 or A.D. 622 : YEAROFTHEHEGIRA
97. Mother-of-pearl : NACRE
98. Pangolin's feast : ANTS
99. Like a Cheviot : OVINE
100. Innisfail : ERIN
101. Oleaceous trees : ASHES
102. What, in Weimar : WAS
103. Delirious one : RAVER
104. Knock down in the ring : DECK
1. Noted newspaper publisher : OCHS
2. Terhune novel : LOOT
3. Cuba, e.g. : ISLA
4. Reverie : DAYDREAM
5. Assemblages : GROUPS
6. Card game : RUMMY
7. Asian evergreen : UPAS
8. Bog : FEN
9. Sensitivity : FEELING
10. Numismatist's concern : COINS
11. Possessive pronoun : OURS
12. Violinist Bull : OLE
13. With pleasure : HAPPILY
14. Consecrate by unction : ANOINT
15. Today, in a way : TWENTIETHCENTURY
16. Tranquillity : EASE
17. Prohibitionists : DRYS
20. Like Gonzales of songdom : SPEEDY
23. Very funny fellows : RIOTS
24. Kind of doubles : MIXED
28. Shade of gray : SLATE
30. Grape variety : PINOT
31. "Beau ___," Wren work : GESTE
32. Edge of a cask : CHIME
33. Auburn and Marmon : AUTOS
34. Ice Age : PLEISTOCENEEPOCH
35. "When thou ___ terrible things": Isa. 64:3 : DIDST
36. Adder's armament : FANGS
37. "___ Rhee," Civil War song : ELLIE
38. Kin of 46 Down : SKOAL
40. Center : MIDST
41. Patricia and Tom of films : NEALS
44. What time does : FLIES
46. A votre ___! (Cheers!) : SANTE
48. Court hearings : OYERS
49. Ship's lowest deck : ORLOP
50. Indigent : NEEDY
51. Size for Bigfoot or Yeti? : EEEEE
52. Full of froth : BARMY
54. Left Nod : AWOKE
56. Staghorn : CORAL
58. Lehár or Schubert : FRANZ
59. Radio and TV : MEDIA
60. Be miserly : SKIMP
61. Anguished one : PINER
62. Saarinen's namesakes : EEROS
63. Jacques's title in song : FRERE
64. Anatomical tissues : TELAE
65. Rise on a wave : SCEND
67. Device used in microsurgery : LASER
68. Concerning : ANENT
71. Red Sea republic : YEMEN
73. Foretold : PRESAGED
75. Changes genetically : MUTATES
76. Houston eleven : OILERS
77. Architect Jones : INIGO
78. Like : CAREFOR
79. Debate : ARGUE
81. Flavor, in Ferrara : SAPORE
83. Bustle; confusion : POTHER
85. Edicts : FIATS
86. Chemical compound : DIENE
87. Lake ___, source of the Blue Nile : TANA
88. Cries of discovery : AHAS
89. Irkutsk river : LENA
90. Hood's blade : SHIV
91. Flag : TIRE
92. ___ Blair (George Orwell) : ERIC
93. Moist and chilly : DANK
95. Deviate from course : YAW
96. Pride of ex-Sen. Norris : TVA

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