YOU MIGHT SAY THAT . . .

New York Times, Sunday, June 9, 1985

Author: Sally Coyle
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 166, Blocks: 78, Avg Word Len: 5.43, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 688 (avg 1.53)
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Across Down
1. Good-natured exchange : BANTER
7. ___ Alaska : BAKED
12. Final touch : ICING
17. Word with share or sole : PLOW
21. Salad ingredient : ENDIVE
22. As a friend: Fr. : ENAMI
23. Water wheel : NORIA
24. Byron poem : LARA
25. Directors are ___ : STAGECOACHES
27. To get kindling, ___ : CHOPSTICKS
29. Word with apart or amiss : TAKE
30. City in Utah : OGDEN
31. Par ___ (by airmail) : AVION
33. African worm : LOA
34. Site of many Van Gogh paintings : ARLES
35. City maps : PLATS
36. Engaged lass : FIANCEE
40. Affixed : APPENDED
44. Contradict : BELIE
45. Lassie and Asta are ___ : DOGSTARS
46. Spiny : THORNED
47. Another look is a ___ : SECONDSIGHT
49. In medias ___ : RES
50. Sprawled : LOLLED
51. In Hades : BELOW
52. Kentish freedman : LAET
53. Poilu's weapon : ARME
54. "___ Irish Rose" : ABIES
55. Spit or pin followers : CURLS
56. Travail : AGONY
58. ___ the face of : FLYIN
59. Forms a lap : SITS
60. Nimbus : HALO
61. Ambit : SCOPE
62. Rock salt : HALITE
63. Skater Babilonia : TAI
64. Dowsers are ___ : WELLWISHERS
67. Saltwater springs : SALINES
68. Anglo-Saxon freemen : CEORLS
70. Heathcliff's milieu : MOORS
71. ___ Mai, Thai city : CHIANG
72. A biblical language : CHALDEE
74. Medieval bards were ___ : TALEBEARERS
76. Finance man: Abbr. : CPA
79. Moon valleys : RILLES
80. Apples, e.g. : POMES
81. West namesakes : MAES
82. Synagogue : SHUL
83. Western ski resort : ASPEN
84. At ___ (uncertain) : ALOSS
85. Factory : PLANT
87. Flinch : START
88. Bandleader Kenton : STAN
89. Songbird : CHAT
90. Vogue : CRAZE
91. Run : COURSE
92. Mountain on which Aaron died : HOR
93. A couturier's display is a ___ : CLOTHESLINE
96. Chaise occupant : LOUNGER
97. All : ENTIRELY
99. Fraternal-order member : MOOSE
100. Long pillows : BOLSTERS
101. Foxy fellow : REYNARD
102. Obloquy : ABUSE
103. Comedian Milton : BERLE
104. Black bird : ANI
105. Harsh light : GLARE
106. "We're off ___ the Wizard" : TOSEE
107. ___ en scène : MISE
111. Marionettes are ___ : BLOCKHEADS
115. Artists' studios are ___ : DRAWINGROOMS
118. ___ were (seemingly) : ASIT
119. Advantages : EDGES
120. Arbitrated for the Cards : UMPED
121. Dine in public : EATOUT
122. Humdinger : LULU
123. Tedious : WEARY
124. Old hat : PASSE
125. Gag feeder : STOOGE
1. Kind of man or seller : BEST
2. Pier of a sort : ANTA
3. Minn. neighbor : NDAK
4. Buster Brown's dog : TIGE
5. ___ Curie, daughter of Marie : EVE
6. Taped : RECORDED
7. ___ lizard (Gila monster) : BEADED
8. Suffixes with suffer and utter : ANCES
9. Actress Madeline : KAHN
10. Scottish uncle : EME
11. Reject : DISALLOW
12. Provoked : INCITED
13. Small salmon : COHOS
14. Goffer : IRON
15. Pinch : NIP
16. Feature of the Gay Nineties : GASLIGHT
17. Flexible : PLIANT
18. Varnish ingredient : LAC
19. Mork's planet : ORK
20. Existed : WAS
26. Eyed provocatively : OGLED
28. Make croutons : TOAST
32. Worthless : VAIN
34. Writers Edwards and Sexton : ANNES
35. River of the Southwest : PECOS
36. Mossback : FOGEY
37. Air fare is a ___ : CARRYINGCHARGE
38. Recluse : EREMITE
39. Ascetics of yore : ESSENES
40. Finally : ATLAST
41. Exaggerated fear : PHOBIA
42. A victory celebration is a ___ : POLITICALPARTY
43. Mr. Gardner's namesakes : ERLES
44. Carillon item : BELL
45. Actress Keaton : DIANE
47. Asian goat antelope : SEROW
48. Spills over : SLOPS
51. Wall Street optimists : BULLS
53. Spent : ALLIN
55. Street for Pedro : CALLE
56. Bitter : ACERB
57. Furze : GORSE
58. Part songs : FALAS
60. "___ Johnny!" : HERES
61. Pumps, e.g. : SHOES
62. Minute distances : HAIRS
64. Wednesday's eponym : WODEN
65. Moslem prayer leaders : IMAMS
66. Money in Peru : SOLES
67. A pane of stamps : SHEET
69. President Arthur's wife : ELLEN
71. Davit, e.g. : CRANE
72. Uninvited attendee : CRASHER
73. Water-soluble protein : HISTONE
74. Jag or cog : TOOTH
75. Dumbfound : AMAZE
77. Ship official : PURSER
78. Edits : ALTERS
80. Consisting of flaky layers : PLATY
82. Dwarf : STUNT
84. Get ___ of oneself : AHOLD
85. Catch, in Cannes : PRISE
86. Rustic road : LANE
87. Pickled pigs' feet, e.g. : SOUSE
89. Type of light-verse quatrain : CLERIHEW
90. Locked : CLOSEDUP
91. Bryant and Whittier : COLLEGES
93. Model-T adjunct : CRANK
94. Legation : EMBASSY
95. Kind of cream or dough : SOUR
96. Scicoloni on the screen : LOREN
98. Scholastic's phrase for "existence realized" : INACTU
100. By : BESIDE
102. Wood for cabinetwork : ALDER
103. " . . . Amateur Hour" man : BOWES
105. Cuckoo : GAGA
106. Bugle call : TAPS
107. Marquand sleuth : MOTO
108. M : IOOO
109. Self-righteous : SMUG
110. Family of Ercole III : ESTE
111. Palais social event : BAL
112. Baton Rouge inst. : LSU
113. "Black gold" : OIL
114. Noted painter of birds : EDE
116. Training inst. at Woolwich, Eng. : RMA
117. Marmot's kin : RAT

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