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Nancy Nicholson Joline
Nancy Nicholson Joline

HOPPY EASTER

New York Times, Sunday, April 11, 1993

Author: Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 83, Avg Word Len: 5.11, Missing: { Q Z }
Open Squares: 110, Cheaters: 14, FITB: 12, XRef: 1, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 27
Nancy Nicholson Joline has 61 pre-Shortz puzzles and 48 Shortz Era puzzles in our database.
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© 1993, The New York TimesNo. 15,860
Across Down
1. Bonkers, in Britain : SCATTY
7. "... and a time to ___": Eccles. : SEW
10. Kind of shelter : RABBITHUTCH
16. Haydn's "___ Symphony" : SURPRISE
18. Comedian Bert : LAHR
20. Time or figure preceder : FATHER
21. One of the first TV cartoon serials : CRUSADERRABBIT
23. Pa. port : ERIE
24. Family created by 88 Down : USHERS
25. S-shaped decorative curves : OGEES
26. "Goblin Market" poet : ROSSETTI
28. Butler of fiction : RHETT
29. Cheese dish : WELSHRABBIT
31. Nine popes : STEPHENS
33. Baseball stat : ERA
34. Hail's kin : SLEET
36. Kind of antenna : RABBITEARS
38. Potok's "My Name is Asher ___" : LEV
41. Natty : SPIFFY
45. Item for Miss Muffet : WHEY
48. Swedish pile rug : RYA
49. Kind of blueberry : RABBITEYE
50. Evasions : ELUSIONS
52. Patronizes : SHOPSAT
54. Induce yawns : BORE
55. Early New England houses : SALTBOXES
57. Calif.'s Big ___ : SUR
58. German author noted for anecdotes : SCHAFER
60. Distress : AIL
61. Where to find Denton and Tyler : TEXAS
63. San Francisco hill : NOB
65. Servants. e.g. : HELP
66. Not appropriate : INAPT
69. "___-Tough," Reynolds film : SEMI
70. Coast or rush preceder : GOLD
72. Beatify : BLESS
75. Aussie rodent : RABBITRAT
77. Like McCullers's cafe : SAD
78. Salad, to disdainers : RABBITFOOD
80. Andalusian aunt : TIA
81. Imperturbable : STOICAL
84. Kind of cord : RIP
86. Feisty ones : SCRAPPERS
89. Calla lily, e.g. : ARUM
90. Tijuana tomorrows : MANANAS
93. Lisbon misters : SENHORES
94. Tiny creature : MITE
95. Penultimate Greek letter : PSI
96. Facile : GLIB
98. Bucks : MALERABBITS
99. ___ Canals : SOO
100. Start forward suddenly : JACKRABBIT
102. Millet, e.g. : GRAIN
104. Capulet, to Montague : FOE
106. "The ___ connected to..." : HIPBONES
109. Adorned : GRACED
115. San Diego team member : PADRE
117. Spice used in curry powder : TURMERIC
119. Spider, in Spain : ARANA
120. Notebook for an élève : CAHIER
121. Celebes dwarf buffalo : ANOA
122. Updike protagonist : RABBITANGSTROM
124. Blood component : PLASMA
125. Cicatrix : SCAR
126. Society-page item : NUPTIALS
127. Sorrel of fiction and Green of finance : HETTYS
128. They sit above nks. : HDS
129. Cheers or chin-chin : TOASTS
1. Sudden burst of voltage : SURGE
2. Like fairy-tale stepmothers : CRUEL
3. Chevets : APSES
4. Refuse : TRASH
5. Thrice daily, in prescriptions : TID
6. Belgian river : YSER
7. Ravell'd -sleave knitter : SLEEP
8. Inheritance of the meek : EARTH
9. Wonderland denizen : WHITERABBIT
10. Lapin : RABBITFUR
11. Jumbles : HASHES
12. King Arthur's father : UTHER
13. Children's classic : THETALEOFPETERRABBIT
14. Kind of ck. : CERT
15. Time segs. : HRS
16. Flat-bottomed boat : SCOW
17. Notched, as a leaf : EROSE
19. Fritz and Rob : REINERS
22. Hasenpfeffer : RABBITSTEW
27. Low and Thomas : SETHS
30. Good-luck charm : RABBITSFOOT
32. Skirts in Sevilla : SAYAS
35. Bobcats' kin : LYNXES
37. Toothed bar : RATCH
39. "Jane ___" : EYRE
40. Swerve : VEER
41. "And has thou ___ the Jabberwock?" : SLAIN
42. Find a sudden solution : PULLARABBITOUTOFAHAT
43. Novel ending : IST
44. Little lie : FIB
46. Interrogative utterances : EHS
47. Kit or kitten : YOUNGRABBIT
49. Lively sphere at Shea : RABBITBALL
50. One of Rebekah's boys : ESAI
51. Battlers, at times : SEXES
53. Checks for errors : PROOFS
56. Fruit of the maple : SAMARA
59. Israeli lang. : HEB
62. Clapboards or shingles : SIDING
64. Interest groups : BLOCS
67. Kind of minister or mover : PRIME
68. 'Twixt tic and toe : TAC
71. Moolah : DOREMI
73. Begets : SIRES
74. Back talk : SASS
76. Buccaneers' home : TAMPA
79. Vietnamese port : DANANG
81. Bass and Spade : SAMS
82. Kingston, for one : TRIO
83. "The Culture of Narcissism" author : LASCH
85. "___ Joey" : PAL
87. A Pa. airport code : PHL
88. "Lenore" poet : POE
91. Krushchev et al. : NIKITAS
92. Actress Hasso : SIGNE
97. One of Uncle Remus's gang : BRERRABBIT
100. Irons of films : JEREMY
101. Kind of neck blow : RABBITPUNCH
103. Ainu or Tamil : ASIAN
105. Pindar, e.g. : ODIST
107. Kind of jump : BROAD
108. Bradley and Sharif : OMARS
110. Jamaican cult member : RASTA
111. "Ars gratia ___" : ARTIS
112. Gem weigh unit : CARAT
113. Organic compounds : ENOLS
114. Bonneville and Hoover : DAMS
115. "___ Rider," Eastwood film : PALE
116. Periods : ERAS
118. Danish king of England: Var. : CNUT
120. Airport code for Copenhagen : CPH
123. Mail abbr. : GPO

Answer summary: 22 unique to this puzzle, 5 debuted here and reused later, 10 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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