INCLUDE ME OUT!

New York Times, Sunday, June 7, 1992

Author:Norman S. Wizer
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 82, Avg Word Len: 5.06, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 519 (avg 1.45)
Open Squares: 107, Cheaters: 12, FITB: 5, XRef: 0
Norman S. Wizer has 17 pre-Shortz puzzles and 14 Shortz era puzzles in our database.

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© 1992, The New York Times
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1. Hemingway's nickname : PAPA
5. Type of herring : SPRAT
10. At some remove : AFAR
14. Michelangelo work : PIETA
19. Mime : APER
20. Mild cigar : CLARO
21. Predicament : NODE
22. Spouse's family members : INLAW
23. Walrus's remark : THETIHASCO
25. Slangy street greeting : GIVESOSKIN
27. Controversial implant : SILICONE
28. "They're Biting" painter : KLEE
30. Admirer : FAN
31. Make drinkable : DESALT
32. Cartel : POOL
33. Spouting spring : GEYSER
38. End of a band : ANA
39. Mae's overture : COUPANDSEESOTI
43. Deighton or Cariou : LEN
45. Bird rests : ROOSTS
47. Letters of credit? : IOU
48. Picture puzzle : REBUS
49. T. S. Eliot subjects : CATS
50. Greek letters : NUS
51. Emulated Patti LaBelle : SANG
53. Teased : RODE
54. Prefix with verse or form : UNI
55. Shakespearean play : ASUREFORASURE
61. Phrontistery : DEN
62. Member of a discussion : PANELIST
64. Club for Ray Floyd : IRON
65. DuBose Heyward hero : PORGY
67. Muslim's faith : ISLAM
68. Moral flaws : BLOTS
69. Exams for would-be Ed.D.'s : ORALS
71. U.S. weather satellite : TIROS
73. Wine: Comb. form : OENO
74. Flavorful : SAVOROUS
77. Tim McCoy's horse : PAL
79. Four Lads hit : MONTSTOREMBER
82. Contend : VIE
83. Hubbubs : ADOS
85. Castle protection : MOAT
86. New Guinea port : LAE
87. Bristle : SETA
88. Womanizers : ROUES
90. Certain Nebraskan : OTO
91. Edgar and Emmy : AWARDS
94. Ending for Tyrol or Bengal : ESE
95. Dostoyevsky novel : CRIANDPUNISHNT
98. Southern constellation : ARA
100. Athenians' domestic goddess : HESTIA
101. Food fish : SHAD
102. Young, silvery salmon : SMOLTS
105. Southern st. : FLA
107. Hardy villain : ALEC
108. Comeuppance place : WOODSHED
110. Occasionally : FROMTITOTI
115. Oscar-winning film: 1979 : KRARVSKRAR
117. Bungo or buckeye : CANOE
118. Child's need : OVEN
119. Utah river : UINTA
120. Hebrides island : IONA
121. Gladden : CHEER
122. Flash Gordon's foe : MING
123. He wrote "Marius the Epicurean" : PATER
124. Nidus : NEST
1. Butter units : PATS
2. Plant pest : APHID
3. English playwright-poet : PEELE
4. Skilled tradesmen : ARTISANS
5. Erasmus was one : SCHOLAR
6. Confederate in the audience : PLANT
7. Level a Hereford house : RASE
8. Relief org. : ARC
9. Deleted : TOOKOUT
10. She played Mame : ANGELA
11. ___ gras : FOIE
12. Pt. of speech : ADV
13. Reduce sail : REEF
14. Johnny Appleseed was one : PIONEER
15. Officeholders : INS
16. Wapiti : ELK
17. Mai ___ cocktail : TAI
18. Cereal spike : AWN
24. "Yes ___," Davis book : ICAN
26. Mahatma : SAGE
29. Cuts off : LOPS
32. Emergency band : POSSE
34. Belgian river : YSER
35. Gershwin tune : SOBODYLOVES
36. Chopin opus : ETUDE
37. Up and about : RISEN
39. Margaret of tennis fame : COURT
40. Jewish months : NISANS
41. " ___ I say . . . " : DOAS
42. Dawn : SUNUP
43. Hawaiian porch : LANAI
44. Judy Garland flick : ETINSTLOUIS
46. Stigma : ONUS
49. Poculiform item : CUP
52. Rut; habit : GROOVE
55. Disturb : ALARM
56. Hot, dry, Arabian wind : SIMOOM
57. Fancy lace : FILET
58. Black Bears' home : ORONO
59. Copter blade : ROTOR
60. Bull : ERROR
63. A descendant of Aaron : ELI
66. Long fish : GAR
68. The Athens of America : BOSTON
70. Matched-furniture group : SUITE
72. Nosy Parker : SNOOP
74. Like some bombs : SMART
75. Retired : ABED
76. Black or White : SEA
77. Torrefy : PARCH
78. Dote on : ADORE
80. Giant armadillo : TATU
81. Long-horned antelope : ELAND
84. Place in Congress : SEAT
87. Pinniped's fur : SEALSKIN
89. Brandy container : SNIFTER
91. Glaspell's "Norma ___" : ASHE
92. Split the loot: Slang : WHACKUP
93. Russian urn : SAMOVAR
96. He painted "The Last Supper" : DALI
97. Action re Napoleon: 1814 : ISLING
99. Curtain supports : RODS
102. Kind: Fr. : SORTE
103. Spasm : THROE
104. Connery and Penn : SEANS
106. Jot : ATOM
107. Egyptian god : ATEN
108. Lack : WANT
109. "Shucks!" : DRAT
110. Broadcast agcy. : FCC
111. Fall sound : RAH
112. "A Chorus Line" hit song : ONE
113. A Stooge : MOE
114. Egg: Comb. form : OVI
116. Creek : RIA

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