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New York Times, Sunday, April 11, 1976

Author: Robert Roop
Editor: Will Weng
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 68, Avg Word Len: 5.41, Missing: { J Q }, Scrabble score: 567 (avg 1.52)
Open Squares: 139, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 12, XRef: 1, Spans: 2
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© 1976, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Part of B.C. : CHRIST
7. Roman pounds : LIBRAE
13. Daytime TV offerings : SERIALS
20. One who takes note : HEEDER
21. Road pointers : ARROWS
22. Aggravated : INASNIT
23. Julia Ward Howe line : ASHEDIEDTOMAKEMENHOLY
26. R. R. stops : STAS
27. Located: Abbr. : FND
28. Mango part : NAK
29. White-rose house : YORK
30. Incapacitated : ILL
31. Game pieces : MEN
32. Churchyard : GODSACRE
34. Neighbor of Scot. : ENG
35. Unicorn fish : UNIE
36. Future grads : SRS
37. Mountain : ALP
38. "Looking Glass" game : CHESS
40. Pontius et al. : PILATES
42. Nerve tissue : GLIA
43. Romaine : COS
44. Hoists, in Scotland : HEEZES
46. High priest who condemned Jesus : CAIAPHAS
48. Biblical calf : FATTED
49. Obtained: Abbr. : RCD
52. Protects : SHELTERS
53. Raillery : BANTER
54. Beloved, in Italy : CARA
55. Pacific tuna : AHI
56. Poetic words : EERS
57. Partner of funnier : LOUDER
58. ___ Noster : PATER
59. Place of no balm : GILEAD
61. Easter ___ : BUNNY
62. Easter ___ : PARADE
63. Miss Terry : ELLEN
64. Game ragouts : SALMIS
66. On ___ toes : ONES
68. "That he is mad, ___ true" : TIS
69. Mr. Coward : NOEL
70. Rajahs' spouses : RANEES
71. Certain church location : AMENSEAT
73. By way of: Abbr. : THR
74. Easter ___ : BONNET
75. ___ of (gets too big for) : GROWSOUT
76. Moslem doctrine : TAUHID
77. Traffic sign : SLO
78. Hindu deity : SIVA
79. Famous Easter-egg maker : FABERGE
82. Biblical name : SALOM
84. "___ got a secret" : IVE
85. Brit. award : OBE
88. New World: Abbr. : AMER
89. Top people: Abbr. : HDS
91. Earthquake, e.g. : DISASTER
93. O'Hara's Joey : PAL
94. ___ tree : UPA
95. Suffixes for doers : IERS
96. Abbr. in a rental ad : RMS
97. Cyst : WEN
98. Auctioneer's word : SOLD
99. Julia Ward Howe line : LETUSDIETOMAKEMENFREE
104. Auto buyer's offering : TRADEIN
105. Having pillars : PIERED
106. Usher, at times : SEATER
107. Sonnet parts : SESTETS
108. Rivulet, in Scotland : STRYPE
109. Autos of yore : SAXONS
1. Gorges : CHASMS
2. Miss Prynne : HESTER
3. Actress Ada et al. : REHANS
4. Roman date : IDES
5. But, to Pliny : SED
6. Having three leaves : TRIFOLIATED
7. Actor Alan and family : LADDS
8. N.Y. subway : IRT
9. Range horses: Var. : BRONCHOS
10. Artist Bearden et al. : ROMARES
11. Starts the day : AWAKES
12. Certain Alaskan: Abbr. : ESK
13. Disciple of 1 Across : SIMONPETER
14. Action-imparting agent : ENERGIZER
15. Standing : RANK
16. Somewhat: Suffix : ISH
17. Consecrate : ANOINT
18. Actress Bea : LILLIE
19. Fashions : STYLES
24. Book sheets : ENDPAPER
25. Hurricane center : EYE
32. Native of Jesus' land : GALILEAN
33. Brocades : ACCAS
35. Insurance abbrs. : UAS
39. Tristram ___ : SHANDY
41. Showed the way : LED
42. Go, to Burns : GAE
45. Feminine suffix : ETTE
46. Horror movie, e.g. : CHILLER
47. Relatives of mins. : HRS
48. Field deities : FAUNS
49. Drum sound : RATATAT
50. Favorable balance : CREDIT
51. Faces : DARES
52. Civil War battle : SHILOH
53. ___ avibus (good auspices) : BONIS
54. Box or side : CAR
55. G-man : AGENT
57. Director Sidney : LUMET
58. Jewish festival : PASSOVER
60. Moray : EEL
61. Extorts : BLEEDS
62. Dreamy quality : PENSIVENESS
64. Jewish tribunals : SANHEDRINS
65. Years: Lat. : ANNI
66. Shoulder: Prefix : OMO
67. Bit of daily reading : NEWSITEM
70. Camped in the wilds : ROUGHEDIT
71. Scent : AROMA
72. U. S., to French : EUA
74. Snack ___ : BAR
75. Junior dictionary : GLOSSARY
76. Region: Abbr. : TER
77. More svelte : SLIMMER
79. San Andreas and foot : FAULTS
80. Electrical unit : AMPERE
81. Female saints : BEATAS
83. Dexterous : ADROIT
85. Iberian port : OPORTO
86. Whalebone : BALEEN
87. Church officials : ELDERS
90. Compass point : SSE
92. Native of Malmö : SWEDE
95. Palm-reader's words : ISEE
98. Tunisian port : SFAX
100. Frogmen's unit: Abbr. : UDT
101. County units: Abbr. : TPS
102. Catch, in England : KEP
103. Teachers' org. : NEA

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