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New York Times, Sunday, May 25, 1986

Author:Corinne J. Naden
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 76, Avg Word Len: 5.21, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 522 (avg 1.43)
Open Squares: 123, Cheaters: 12, FITB: 11, XRef: 0
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1. Cause to get riled up : MIFF
5. Exact places : LOCI
9. Instrument for Stern : AMATI
14. Strawberry's field : SHEA
18. "Gasoline ___" : ALLEY
20. Forthwith : ANON
21. Ascended : RISEN
22. N.M. county : TAOS
23. Bonnie's cohort : CLYDE
24. Barnum to Bailey after new act flops? : SENDINTHECLOWNS
27. More like Leroy Brown : MEANER
29. Debs request to workers : UNITE
30. Long-haired movie star : LASSIE
31. Dennis the Menace : TERROR
32. Scottish hillsides : BRAES
33. Remove from office : UNSEAT
34. Town in Java : BATANG
35. Connery et al. : SEANS
36. Kind of ranch : DUDE
38. Hosp. personnel : RNS
39. Unruly demonstrations : RIOTS
40. Konrad's epithet : ALTE
41. Hi-fi buffs' concerns : TONES
42. Poker opener : ANTE
43. Fashion : STYLE
45. Walden and Golden : PONDS
46. "Sustineo ___," U.S.A.F. motto : ALAS
50. Kind of degree : NTH
51. Pomologist's nemesis : APHIS
52. A 1930 discovery : PLUTO
53. Shift, e.g. : DRESS
54. World Series game, usually : SELLOUT
56. Advertisement on a book jacket : BLURB
57. Baby or fence follower : SITTER
58. River of Bolivia : MADIDI
59. Beaked warship : RAM
60. Fall fallers : LEAVES
62. Garden implement : TROWEL
64. Stains : SPOTS
66. Fodder plant : ALFALFA
68. Romeo : WOOER
69. Bushmaster or sidewinder : SNAKE
70. Some of Pierre's friends : AMIES
71. Equip : ARM
73. Possesses : OWNS
74. Symbol of authority at Canterbury : MITRE
75. Word from Tiny Tim : BLESS
76. What a hood might cop : PLEA
77. " . . . in the ___ of them": Matt. 18:20 : MIDST
78. Geoduck, e.g. : CLAM
79. Leftover cards after a deal : TALON
80. Basic cell mat. : DNA
83. Further : ALSO
84. Cast light : SHONE
85. In an offhand way : AIRILY
86. Jimmy's successor : RONALD
88. Designer Bill ___ : BLASS
89. Poolside structure : CABANA
90. "___ Goes By," 1931 song : ASTIME
91. Mansard and gambrel : ROOFS
92. Piercing : SHRILL
93. Message from a depressed dendrologist? : WILLOWWEEPFORME
96. Romberg's "One ___" : ALONE
99. Book by Stein and Plimpton : EDIE
100. Tidal flood : EAGRE
101. Spring months in Paris : MAIS
102. A natural in Reno : SEVEN
103. Decipher : READ
104. Metal refuse : DROSS
105. Tennis divisions : SETS
106. Sordor : LEES
1. Singer Davis : MAC
2. Not well : ILL
3. Armstrong to Apollo? : FLYMETOTHEMOON
4. Join states : FEDERATE
5. Kind of beam : LASER
6. Person who's sui generis : ONER
7. Kind of artist : CON
8. Hardened : INDURATE
9. ___ Army : ARNIES
10. Gear once used by Berra and Bench : MITTS
11. Tennis great : ASHE
12. Golf essential : TEE
13. Takes in : INCLUDES
14. Noted German sculptor : STOSS
15. Mooring rope or cable : HAWSER
16. Lasting a very long time : EONIAN
17. Funds and property, e.g. : ASSETS
19. Longs : YEARNS
25. Vacuous : INANE
26. Track strips : LANES
28. Nailing block : NOG
31. Tarnishes : TAINTS
32. Nautical time signals : BELLS
34. Breakfast cereal : BRAN
35. Patriots' fans to one another after Super Bowl XX? : SAYITISNTSO
36. Billy Martin to George Steinbrenner? : DONTBLAMEME
37. Reverse an act : UNDO
41. Something cooked up by Cook : TOUR
43. Decay : SPOIL
44. Heavy sound : THUD
45. Damson and bullace : PLUMS
46. Soviet collective : ARTEL
47. Cyrano to Roxane? : LETSFALLINLOVE
48. Enzyme : ASE
49. Ukr.,e.g. : SSR
51. Toothed-leaf tree : ALDER
52. Follower of blue or hot : PLATE
53. Sutherland and Scotto : DIVAS
55. Author of "20,000 Years in Sing Sing" : LAWES
56. Go for ___ : BROKE
57. Places for valuables : SAFES
61. Site of first Olympic games : ELIS
62. Number for tea : TWO
63. Steinbeck's "Cannery ___" : ROW
65. Hair feature : PART
67. Small, open space : AREOLA
69. Caesar and Luckman : SIDS
70. Bean and Paton : ALANS
72. Number called : MANY
74. Like some damp clothes : MILDEWED
75. Develops : BLOSSOMS
76. Kind of parking : PARALLEL
77. Swedish seaport : MALMO
78. Worthless matter : CHAFF
79. Leg bones : TIBIAS
80. Desk part : DRAWER
81. End of a Rugby game : NOSIDE
82. Southern constellation : ANTLIA
84. Inclines : SLOPES
85. Swiss river : AAR
87. Fell sick : AILED
88. Afrikaners : BOERS
89. Board game : CHESS
91. ___ Park, Queens, N.Y. : REGO
92. Hit, old style : SMIT
94. What Mars never bars : WAR
95. "Norma ___" : RAE
97. Wedding-article word : NEE
98. Off. Pulver's rank : ENS

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