TOGETHERNESS

New York Times, Sunday, February 20, 1977

Author: Robert Roop
Editor: Will Weng
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 76, Avg Word Len: 5.29, Missing: { J K Z }, Scrabble score: 529 (avg 1.45)
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© 1977, The New York Times
Across Down
1. One of the clefs : BASS
5. ___ splitting : SIDE
9. Rubber trees : ULES
13. Piles : HEAPS
18. Can. province : ALTA
19. Big birds : EMUS
20. Having hair : PILAR
22. Where the surrey's fringe is : ONTOP
23. Kind of drop or sheet : TEAR
24. Elec. units : AMPS
25. Eniwetok, e.g. : ATOLL
26. Search widely : SCOUR
27. Serengeti coterie : HERDOFELEPHANTS
30. Early rabbi : TANNA
31. Seasick one's goal : SHORE
32. Starr : RINGO
33. Appearance : ASPECT
34. Drink : ADE
37. Jan. and Feb. : MOS
38. Native of a Cyclades island : MELIAN
39. Riding coteries : POSSES
40. Coterie in tutus : CORPSDEBALLET
43. Norse-myth figure : LIF
44. Filament: Suffix : TENE
45. Turkish title : AGA
46. Love song : SERENA
48. Times of day: Abbr. : AMS
51. Madison Ave. tenant : AGENCY
54. Legend : MYTH
56. Hideaway : DEN
57. Twangy : NASAL
59. ___ Fail (Irish stone) : LIA
61. Ajax, to Greeks : AIAS
63. Prom coterie : STAGLINE
65. Berlin coterie : ALEXANDERSRAGTIMEBAND
71. Rhodes wonder : COLOSSUS
72. Area: Abbr. : TERR
73. Diamond collector : LIL
74. Unfeeling : CRASS
75. Meadow : LEA
77. Occupied-nation officials: Abbr. : MGOS
79. Convoy coterie : ESCORT
84. ___-gallon hat : TEN
85. Kingdoms : REALMS
88. Ear: Prefix : AUR
89. Song : ARIA
90. Go wrong : ERR
91. Youthful coterie : BOYSCOUTTROOP
96. Noisy opera coterie : CLAQUE
100. Hungarian food: Var. : GULASH
101. Blue grass : POA
102. R.R. stop : STA
103. Many TV movies : RERUNS
104. San Antonio sight : ALAMO
105. "___ Mio" : OSOLE
107. Final stanza : ENVOI
108. Pestilential coteries : SWARMSOFLOCUSTS
113. "___ the vanquished" : WOETO
114. Infertile moor : LANDE
115. Swill : SLOP
116. Earth goddess : GAEA
117. Miss Terry : ELLEN
118. Wakefield V.I.P. : VICAR
119. Run easily : LOPE
120. Common abbr. : ETAL
121. Tears down: Var. : RASES
122. French marshal and family : NEYS
123. Novelist Wister : OWEN
124. Dotted : SEME
1. Robe or towel : BATH
2. Nautical word : ALEE
3. Pupil or gazer : STAR
4. Quartz pieces : SARDS
5. Bouillabaisse, e.g. : SEAFOOD
6. Dip : IMMERSE
7. Twofold : DUPLE
8. ___ est percipi : ESSE
9. Where Jack and Jill went : UPAHILL
10. Prayers : LITANIES
11. Like eels : ELONGATED
12. Calif. sea : SALTON
13. Coteries at the pearly gates : HOSTSOFANGELS
14. Seals a bottle : ENCAPS
15. ___ wit's end : ATONES
16. Swoop down on : POUNCE
17. Jack and wife : SPRATS
21. Literary initials : RLS
28. Resistance units : OHMS
29. One favoring church law : PRELATIST
33. Neat as ___ : APIN
34. Official proceedings : ACTA
35. Tennis champ of 1930 : DOEG
36. Sea bird : ERNE
38. Hungarian : MAGYAR
41. Play or fountain : PEN
42. Dull noise : BAM
43. Kind of soup : LENTIL
47. Musical pause : REST
48. India's locale : ASIA
49. Author of "Death in Venice" : MANN
50. Vehicle : SLED
52. Old-grad groupings : CLASSREUNIONS
53. Chinese weights : YINS
55. Seraglio coterie : HAREM
58. Vestment : ALB
60. Ceylon moonstone : ADULAR
62. Gulfweeds : SARGASSOS
64. Parisian friend : AMIE
65. C.P.A. : ACCT
66. Erudition : LORE
67. Zest : ELAN
68. Navy-ship V.I.P.'s : XOS
69. Donkey, in Bonn : ESEL
70. Scrooge, for one : GROUCH
76. Certain chaser's target : AMBULANCE
78. No-seats sign : SRO
80. Ford or Lincoln : CAR
81. Spanish golds : OROS
82. Outbreak : RIOT
83. Pacific cloth : TAPA
86. "___ 'ow!" (cockney toast) : ERES
87. Time period : SOLARDAY
92. Whines : YAMMERS
93. Rise, as of a hill : UPSLOPE
94. Like a fresh-air fiend's window : TOOOPEN
95. Powder : TALC
96. Worker on harnesses : CREWER
97. Town in Latium : LENOLA
98. Funeral feasts : ARVELS
99. One who is cited : QUOTEE
100. King Arthur's nephew : GAWAIN
105. A person ___ tastes (boor) : OFLOW
106. Early bravos : EUGES
108. Part of a coat: Abbr. : SLV
109. Northern capital : OSLO
110. Glut : SATE
111. Athletic coterie : TEAM
112. Store event : SALE

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