NO PUN INTENDED

New York Times, Sunday, March 1, 1992

Author: Emanuel Berg
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 144, Blocks: 72, Avg Word Len: 5.13, Missing: { J Q }, Scrabble score: 560 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 129, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 11, XRef: 1
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© 1992, The New York Times
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1. Chip on chip on chip : STACK
6. Phonetic elision : SLUR
10. Theater booth : LOGE
14. Companion of Paul : TITUS
19. De Valera : EAMON
20. Type of space : AERO
21. Latin greetings : AVES
22. "Mother ___": Kipling : OMINE
23. DOSTOYEVSKY NOVEL : CRIMEANDISHMENT
26. Chief Etruscan god : TINIA
27. Italy's golden age : TRECENTO
28. New Orleans pro : SAINT
29. Jewish village : SHTETL
30. Atlas was one : TITAN
31. Phoenix's N.B.A. team : SUNS
32. Weaver's reed : SLEY
33. Valuable Brazilian tree : SATINE
36. Author Mazo ___ Roche : DELA
37. Levant vessel : SAIC
38. LEARNED MAN : DIT
41. Mire : EMBOG
42. DELIGHTED : PLEASEDASCH
45. ___ de Queiroz, Portuguese novelist : ECA
46. Property charge : LIEN
47. Earth goddess : GAEA
48. Otherwise : ELSE
49. Ratite bird : KIWI
50. Yerby's "A Rose for ___ Maria" : ANA
51. IN A POLYPHONIC WAY : CONTRATALLY
55. Like a nobleman : DUCAL
56. WILL ROGERS'S HUMOR : HOMESWIT
58. Rich cake : TORTE
59. Curved swords : SABERS
60. Mus. mark : STAC
61. ___ Zagora, Bulgaria : STARA
62. Certain driver's warning : FORE
63. Climbing palm : RATTAN
66. Mme. Gorbachev : RAISA
67. KICKER'S NIGHTMARE : BLOCKEDT
71. Detest : ABHOR
72. TARDINESS : NONCTUALITY
74. Gullet : MAW
75. Hera's mate : ZEUS
76. Pants section : SEAT
77. Obligation : DUTY
78. Whodunit item : CLUE
79. This might be slippery : ELM
80. FLATS : CTUREDTIRES
84. His law relates to thermodynamics : BOYLE
85. Neighbor of Syr. : LEB
86. Fox hunter's shout : HARK
87. Soprano Berger : ERNA
88. Impignorated : PAWNED
89. Spanish river : EBRO
90. Cousins of 49 Across : EMUS
91. Critter for Tex to tame : BRONC
93. American cat : OCELOT
96. Like Daffy Duck : ALISP
97. Excel : OUTSHINE
101. Crossbill's genus : LOXIA
102. "WHEN THE ___": RILEY : FROSTISONTHEKIN
104. "Enigma Variations" composer : ELGAR
105. Photographer Morath : INGE
106. Tintinnabulate : RING
107. Noted conductor from Genoa : EREDE
108. Erect : ONEND
109. Digitate : TOED
110. Wyes' predecessors : EXES
111. Ars' followers : ESSES
1. Parsees, e.g. : SECT
2. Wyndham Lewis novel : TARR
3. Fifi's friend : AMIE
4. GUILT FEELING : COMCTION
5. Wrestler's ploy : KNEEING
6. Subject of a famed 1897 editorial : SANTA
7. Tempted : LEDON
8. Tell's canton : URI
9. Antarctic waterway : ROSSSEA
10. Layers : LAMINAE
11. Calcars : OVENS
12. PIQUANT : GENT
13. "Iacta alea ___" : EST
14. BEAT ___ (HIT FIRST) : TOTHECH
15. FREEDOM FROM HARM : IMITY
16. Prong : TINE
17. Monad : UNIT
18. Phocid : SEAL
24. Date preceder : ANTE
25. Exerts traction on : HAULS
29. Poor golf shot : SLICE
32. Impertinent : SASSY
33. Psalmic pause : SELAH
34. Type of acid : AMINO
35. Reinforced support : TBEAM
36. Costly : DEAR
37. Maison section : SALLE
38. Use antifreeze : DEICE
39. FIRST ___: 264-41 B.C. : ICWAR
40. Caudal parts : TAILS
42. Type of button : PANIC
43. Baltic native : LETT
44. The Nile has one : DELTA
47. English daisy : GOWAN
49. Baseball's Rookie of the Year: 1957 : KUBEK
51. Certain luminary : CSTAR
52. Garret : ATTIC
53. Skoal, e.g. : TOAST
54. Pianist Claudio from Chile : ARRAU
55. Austen character : DARCY
57. Spanish deictic : ESTOS
59. Fuliginous : SOOTY
61. "À votre ___!" : SANTE
62. Imitates Tinkerbell : FLITS
63. FAIRY-TALE GIRL : RAZEL
64. White poplar : ABELE
65. Tom, the General : THUMB
66. Howard ___ in "The Fountainhead" : ROARK
67. Type of law : BLUE
68. Playwright Williams ("The Corn is Green") : EMLYN
69. River or town in Ecuador : DAULE
70. Soft fabric : TWEED
72. Type of surgeon : NEURO
73. Spanish port NE of Gibraltar : ADRA
76. Sudden fright : START
78. CATTLEMEN : COWCHERS
80. GAMBLING DEVICE : CHBOARD
81. Transferred, as sovereignty, by death : DEMISED
82. Word on a penny : TRUST
83. What Muses do : INSPIRE
84. Keener from Kerry : BANSHEE
88. A size of paper : POTT
89. Of Lamb's writings : ELIAN
90. Encomium : ELOGE
91. Wilderness Road traveler : BOONE
92. Ladder steps : RUNGS
93. Pseudo butter : OLEO
94. German city : COLN
95. OBLITERATE : EXGE
96. Italian river : ARNO
98. Newsmen Pappas and Seamans : IKES
99. Nest of pheasants : NIDE
100. Compass dirs. : ENES
102. In good shape : FIT
103. Ice-hockey team : SIX

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