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Jack R. Harnes
Jack R. Harnes

OYEZ! OYEZ!

New York Times, Sunday, July 3, 1988

Author: Jack R. Harnes
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 160, Blocks: 90, Avg Word Len: 5.49, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 632 (avg 1.44)
Open Squares: 169, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 17, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 16
Jack R. Harnes has 6 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1988, The New York TimesNo. 14,117
Across Down
1. ___ House, Washington, D.C. : BLAIR
6. Onto : AWARE
11. ___ veau (sweetbread) : RISDE
16. Items in stacks : TOMES
21. Small stream, in England : RITHE
22. Split : RIVEN
23. Outward : ECTAD
24. Praying female figure : ORANT
25. Set ___ (prepare to snare) : ATRAP
26. Union general : MEADE
27. Diplomat Silas : DEANE
28. Devilfish : MANTA
29. Closet pest? : WHITEMILLER
31. Superman? : STRONGCLARK
33. Having droopy auricles : LOPEARED
34. Facial bone : VOMER
36. Subject of some roasts : TOASTEE
37. Hardy heroine : TESS
38. Country singer Muldaur : MARIA
39. Arrow's little cousin : DART
40. Vexed or rubbed : CHAFED
44. Bribed : GOTAT
45. Stuffs : SATES
46. Morning hrs. : AMS
49. Valhalla gods : AESIR
50. What an arsonist sometimes does? : BYRNESHOLMES
53. Stigma : BLOT
54. Sing Sing warden-author : LAWES
55. Rake : ROUE
56. Bill's partner : COO
57. Donizetti heroine : RITA
58. Russian sea : ARAL
59. " . . . ___ away the sin . . . ": John 1:29 : TAKETH
61. Posture at bat : STANCE
64. R.I.P. notice : OBIT
65. Surveying instrument : HANDLEVEL
67. Quaker in a grove : ASPEN
69. Menhaden : OLDWIFE
71. Whale constellation : CETUS
72. Trick alternative : TREAT
73. Boy singer of the 30's : BREEN
74. Barge : LIGHTER
77. Ritual meal : SEDER
78. Famed former miler : BANNISTER
82. Music halls : ODEA
83. Strut : SASHAY
85. Nova ___ : SCOTIA
87. An armadillo : TATU
88. "Hamiltons" : TENS
89. Gibbon : LAR
90. Prado offering : ARTE
91. Certain gaits : LOPES
92. Conductor Jeffrey ___ : TATE
93. Rossini's Figaro when depressed? : MOODYBARBOUR
98. Kayo blows : ONERS
99. Sights in the Bx. : ELS
100. Painters, e.g. : ROPES
101. Crazy as ___ : ALOON
102. Author of "Tristram Shandy" : STERNE
103. Summers, in Arles : ETES
104. Fold : PLEAT
105. Partner of aid : ABET
107. "To every thing there is ___ . . . ": Eccl. 3:1 : ASEASON
111. Made with pickets : PALED
112. Led : DIRECTED
117. Mystery novel? : BUTLERSTORY
119. Moonshiner? : WOODSBREWER
122. Fanon : ORALE
123. Conjecture : HUNCH
124. Rejoice : EXULT
125. Rhone tributary : ISERE
126. Passé : DATED
127. Bone: Comb. form : OSTEO
128. Type of angler : EELER
129. J'___ (I was, in Paris) : ETAIS
130. Curves : ESSES
131. Vance of whodunits : PHILO
132. Crystalline crust : DRUSE
133. Purposes : SAKES
1. Melee : BRAWL
2. Kind of graph or sphere : LITHO
3. Anchor position : ATRIP
4. "___ war": F.D.R. : IHATE
5. Some guns or students : REPEATERS
6. Hordes : ARMIES
7. Handles : WIELDS
8. Of grandparents : AVAL
9. Advise, in Yorkshire : REDE
10. Sap : ENERVATE
11. Memorable sportswriter : REDSMITH
12. Summer refresher : ICETEA
13. Brenda or Bart : STARR
14. Of Denmark: Comb. form : DANO
15. Toothless : EDENTATE
16. Alley frequenters : TOMCATS
17. Hurdles for would-be Ph.D.'s : ORALS
18. ___-arms (mounted soldier) : MANAT
19. ___ nous : ENTRE
20. Bet : STAKE
30. Talking horse of TV : MRED
32. Inserts on skirts : GORES
35. Domesday Book money : ORAS
38. "Cape Martin" painter : MONET
39. Pythias's friend : DAMON
40. A capital of Assyria : CALAH
41. ___ pin drop : HEARA
42. Egyptian dam : ASWAN
43. Fox hunt? : FIELDCHASE
44. Thin porridge : GRUEL
45. Ashcan School painter : SLOAN
46. This is sometimes ironclad : ALIBI
47. Theme : MOTIF
48. Union unit : STATE
50. Display of daring : BRAVURA
51. Pairs : YOKES
52. A Mendelssohn opus in E flat major : OCTET
53. An Ivy League jewel? : BROWNSTONE
59. Rollers in the 1790's : TETES
60. Oliver or Thomas : HARDY
61. Prepares for a bout : SPARS
62. Triter : CORNIER
63. "Maria ___," 1933 song : ELENA
66. Rent : LET
68. Bishopric : SEE
70. Gods, to Galba : DEI
72. Lachrymose : TEARY
73. Beaten, in Brest : BATTU
74. Soprano Lehmann : LOTTE
75. Beau ___ : IDEAL
76. Polite blokes : GENTS
77. Clupeid fishes : SHADS
78. Element used in metallurgy : BORON
79. Acuminate : TAPER
80. Ever, in poesy : ETERN
81. Ballet ___ : RUSSE
84. Blackthorns : SLOES
86. One who talks only to God : CABOT
91. Games for would-be millionaires : LOTTERIES
93. Engine : MOTOR
94. Establishment not requiring union membership : OPENSHOP
95. Advertising hoopla : BALLYHOO
96. Not aweather : ALEE
97. The common plantain : ROADWEED
100. Sows again : RESEEDS
102. A Belgradian : SERB
104. Piece of fourth-class mail : PARCEL
105. Confuses : ADDLES
106. Swarthy, in Savoie : BISTRE
107. Home : ABODE
108. Koran chapters : SURAS
109. Les ___-Unis : ETATS
110. Formal mall : ALLEE
111. Loren's married name : PONTI
113. Jai-alai basket : CESTA
114. Twitch : TWEAK
115. Weird : EERIE
116. Garb : DRESS
118. Disdainful interjection : TUSH
120. Hedge that bars cattle : OXER
121. Finnish city or river : OULU

Answer summary: 14 unique to this puzzle, 2 debuted here and reused later, 8 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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