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New York Times, Sunday, April 10, 1988

Author: William Canine
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 170, Blocks: 94, Avg Word Len: 5.12, Missing: { J Z }, Scrabble score: 672 (avg 1.54)
Open Squares: 117, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 8, XRef: 0
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© 1988, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Gardner's namesakes : AVAS
5. Heat meas. : BTU
8. W.W. II vessel : LST
11. Acct. : CPA
14. To and ___ : FRO
17. Pain in the hip for Bobby? : SIDEBURNS
20. Hat for a sahib : TOPI
21. Vandal : HUN
22. Toothy smile : GRIN
23. Something for Ezra's birthday? : POUNDCAKE
24. Nictitation from Thomas? : HOODWINK
26. Shout for : ROOT
27. Indisposed : ILL
28. Glisten : SHINE
29. Respect : ESTEEM
30. Is still on the water : LIESTO
32. Long-running Broadway hit : CATS
34. Palliative : ANODYNE
36. Provisional Mormon state : DESERET
38. Oak bark : TAN
40. Horned Frogs' inst. : TCU
41. Not sweet : SEC
44. Item on a pitcher's mound : ROSINBAG
47. Caesar : ROMAN
49. Cheer for Escamillo : OLE
51. Amazonia denizen : TAPIR
53. Bake, as eggs : SHIRR
54. Silly : ASININE
56. Harrison from Huyton : REX
57. Followed footprints : TRACED
59. Bismarck or Kruger : OTTO
60. Motorized bike : MOPED
61. Wernher ___ Braun : VON
63. Beseech : PLEAD
65. Female fee-faw-fum : OGRESS
67. Single : UNPAIRED
69. Monk : FRA
70. Grand ___, palace at Versailles : TRIANON
73. Well-groomed : SOIGNE
74. Most desiccated : DRIEST
77. Ready to serve : ONTAP
78. Oldest March girl : MEG
81. Sea raptor : ERNE
82. Adviser to Ellery? : QUEENSCOUNSEL
85. Profound : WISE
86. Hang loosely : SAG
87. Shatter : BURST
88. Carpenter's instrument : SAWSET
89. Stylish : DRESSY
91. Scott's "___ Durward" : QUENTIN
93. Greek letter : RHO
94. Evaluates : ASSESSES
96. High-ranking Moslem women : BEGUMS
99. Some Scandinavians : NORSE
101. ___-Magnon : CRO
102. Rock, to a Glaswegian : STANE
103. Needlecase : ETUI
104. Emotional ordeal : TRAUMA
107. Addition : ELL
109. Stealthy one : PROWLER
111. Rear : ERECT
113. One of "The Bad News Bears" : ONEAL
114. Bishopric : SEE
115. Dear me! to Poirot : HELAS
116. Most irritating : PESKIEST
118. Sheriff's asst. : DEP
120. Favorite of Mrs. Spratt : FAT
122. What T.S.E. wrote : VER
123. Nagana carriers : TSETSES
125. The daily grind : RATRACE
128. Bananas : DAFT
132. Show off : PARADE
134. Tropical American tree : CASHEW
137. Stan's pal : OLLIE
139. Sound from the byre : MOO
140. Image : ICON
141. Flute for John? : REEDPIPE
143. Story by Eugene? : FIELDWORK
145. Booted, e.g. : SHOD
146. Land east of Eden : NOD
147. Jungfrau et al. : ALPS
148. Dupe Thomas? : FOOLHARDY
149. Margin : HEM
150. Chemical suffix : ESE
151. Poodle size : TOY
152. St. Paul-to-Duluth dir. : NNE
153. Gypsum : YESO
1. Jellied dish : ASPIC
2. World Series M.V.P.: 1987 : VIOLA
3. Ephebic : ADULT
4. Japanese money of account : SEN
5. Bachelor President : BUCHANAN
6. Prepare : TRAIN
7. Remove a tangle : UNKNOT
8. Sets free : LOOSES
9. Take note of : SPOT
10. 'Bama's Crimson ___ : TIDE
11. Visionary : CHIMERIC
12. Cerf specialty : PUN
13. Tali : ANKLES
14. Better than Robert's bark? : FROSTBITE
15. Brawl : RIOT
16. Not fooled by : ONTO
18. Lumber: Abbr. : BDS
19. A crop starter : SEEDCORN
20. At that time : THEN
22. Half of Paul's dilemma? : GREENHORN
25. Unite : WED
31. Showy flower : IRIS
33. 85 for Irving in 1988? : STONEAGE
35. Christmas : YULE
37. Teed off : SORE
39. Substance derived from starch : AMIDIN
42. Little: Suffix : ETTE
43. Weight unit : CARAT
45. Some are liberal : ARTS
46. Large, in Lyon : GROS
47. Splendid! to John Bull : RIPPING
48. Granular snow on a glacier : NEVE
50. Utter : EXPRESS
52. Neapolitan boss : PADRONE
54. Diverts : AMUSES
55. Mexican state : SONORA
58. O'Connor and Pleasence : DONALDS
62. Most bizarre : ODDEST
64. East Indian sailors : LASCARS
66. The Reps. : GOP
68. Petition : REQUEST
69. Airfoil : FIN
71. Bestud : INSTAR
72. Olympic mischief-maker : ATE
75. Crew : RETINUE
76. Chewinks : TOWHEES
78. Prayer books : MISSALS
79. Mystic of old : ESSENE
80. Yellowstone feature : GEYSER
83. Samovar : URN
84. G.I.'s refuge : USO
85. Child in Rebecca's keeping? : WESTWARD
87. Hobo : BUM
90. Do a cobbler's job : RESOLE
91. George in a hurry? : QUICKSAND
92. Bedouin : NOMAD
95. One who was a frosh last year : SOPH
96. Toot's cousin : BEEP
97. To be: Fr. : ETRE
98. Edgar slept here? : GUESTROOM
100. Rattle : RALE
101. Remove so as to make room : CLEAROFF
105. Betsy or Diana : ROSS
106. Go before : ANTECEDE
108. Portside : LEFT
110. Wake-up call : REVEILLE
112. Ligated : TIED
117. Timeless, to Traherne : ETERNE
119. Groton student : PREPPY
121. Eye for an eye, e.g. : TALION
124. Lugubrious : SAD
126. Windmill sails : AWES
127. Athenian demagogue : CLEON
129. "L'___ dei tre re": Montemezzi : AMORE
130. Crossings : FORDS
131. City on the Sumida : TOKYO
132. Kin of tut-tut : PISH
133. Feel discomfort : ACHE
135. Young oyster : SPAT
136. Port on Hawaii : HILO
138. Anglo-Saxon fricative : EDH
142. Aurora's Greek counterpart : EOS
144. "Swann's ___": Proust : WAY

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