NONCANDIDATES

New York Times, Sunday, July 6, 1980

Author:Bert Rosenfield
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 136, Blocks: 70, Avg Word Len: 5.46, Missing: { J Q Z }, Scrabble score: 552 (avg 1.49)
Open Squares: 141, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 7, XRef: 0
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© 1980, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Experienced afresh : RELIVED
8. City in the news: Nov. 1979 : TEHERAN
15. Ending for law or saw : YER
18. Turkey portion : ANATOLIA
20. Pizza seasoner : OREGANO
21. Key letter : BETA
22. Have effect, pro or con : MILITATE
23. Part of western Texas : REAGANCOUNTY
25. One gored by a boar : ADONIS
26. Like sachet : SCENTED
28. Ph.D. applicant : TESTEE
29. ___'acte : ENTR
31. Taro or skunk cabbage : AROID
32. Heroine's word to a villain : UNHAND
33. Sweet lady of song : GEORGIABROWN
37. Pope John Paul II at baptism : KAROL
39. "Summer and Smoke" heroine : ALMA
40. A hermit is one : CRAB
41. Spaceman-Senator : GLENN
43. St. Louis bridge : EADS
47. Gaucho's milieu : LLANO
49. Foe's light vessel, British style : EBOAT
52. Ending for a cardinal point : ERN
53. Buffalo hockey player : SABRE
54. Ribald : EARTHY
56. Silly : ANSERINE
58. One more time : AGAIN
59. Hebrew letter : MEM
61. Words of enlightenment : ISEE
62. Nome necessities : EARMUFFS
64. Radar sweep : SCAN
68. Foreign Relations Committee chairman: 1941 : TOMCONNALLY
71. Kitchen finisher : ETTE
72. Moisten : HUMIDIFY
74. Strip of shoe leather : RAND
75. Episcopacy : SEE
77. TV waitress : ALICE
78. Mukluks and loafers : FOOTGEAR
81. Rather plain plain : STEPPE
86. Violin parts : NECKS
87. Spring mo. : APR
88. Ambassador Howard et al. : ESMES
90. Prospero was one : EXILE
91. Office V.I.P. : EXEC
92. Conn : STEER
94. Mosel tributary : SAAR
96. Nicklaus has won it four times : OPEN
97. Store up : AMASS
99. Choleric movie comic : EDGARKENNEDY
103. Arcane : SECRET
106. Handle, in Hannover : STIEL
107. Singer Adams : EDIE
108. Athenian comic poet : CRATES
109. Flatterer's forte : BLARNEY
111. Will Rogers prop : LARIAT
115. Hall of Fame name : HOMERUNBAKER
117. Without rancor : AMICABLY
119. Large dam in Germany : EDER
120. Kind of cat or cross : MALTESE
121. Provide weapons : MUNITION
122. N.J. neighbor : DEL
123. Concurs : ASSENTS
124. Lake Ontario feeder : GENESEE
1. Name of seven Siamese kings : RAMA
2. Camelot lady : ENID
3. Composer of "Le Roi d'Ys" : LALO
4. Circuit judge, e.g. : ITINERANT
5. November activity : VOTING
6. Resilient : ELASTIC
7. Morse-code word : DIT
8. Corrida headliner : TORERO
9. "Blood hath been shed ___": Macbeth : ERENOW
10. ___ pad : HEATING
11. Incited, with "on" : EGGED
12. Boer assembly : RAAD
13. Gloucester's cape : ANN
14. Office of matins division : NOCTURN
15. Gossipy woman : YENTA
16. Dutch town : ETTEN
17. Illuminated : RAYED
19. Loser to H.C.H.: 1928 : AES
21. Mediocre : BUSHLEAGUE
24. Wine: Prefix : OENO
27. ___ acid (H2CO3) : CARBONIC
30. Word for Ben Jonson : RARE
33. Beaufort scale word : GALE
34. Singer Logan : ELLA
35. Moreno of the Pirates : OMAR
36. ___ au rhum : BABA
37. Core : KERNEL
38. Toughens : ANNEALS
42. Welcome symbol : LEI
44. Sternward : ABAFT
45. Pollster's interest : DRIFT
46. Import : SENSE
48. German physicist: 1787–1854 : OHM
50. Classify : ASSORT
51. Of adolescents : TEENAGE
53. Ervin : SAM
55. Annapurna denizen : YETI
57. French cathedral city : RENNES
60. Family in Eleanor Estes books : MOFFATS
63. Gypsy gentlemen : RYES
64. Met soprano : SHANE
65. Mosquito genus : CULEX
66. Liturgical vestment : AMICE
67. Paperback detective : NICKCARTER
69. Nearsighted people : MYOPES
70. Water : ADAMSALE
73. Plaines or Moines : DES
76. It starts in juin : ETE
79. Shipment to Kokomo : ORE
80. Tower : REAR
82. Absolve : EXONERATE
83. Calumet, for one : PIPE
84. Obtested : PLED
85. Start of a count-out : EENY
89. "Art for art's ___" : SAKE
92. Hard-glazed Japanese pottery : SATSUMA
93. Like the Philippines in W.W. II : RETAKEN
95. Ground a jet : REDLINE
98. Sea, in Saxony : MEER
100. Most dismal : DIREST
101. Op art and pop art : GENRES
102. Pellagra victim's need : NIACIN
103. RR giveaway : SCHED
104. Undermine : ERODE
105. Tylopod : CAMEL
106. The nominees : SLATE
109. Oil units: Abbr. : BBLS
110. Dixie favorite : YAM
112. Egret's relative : IBIS
113. ___ hemp : ALOE
114. Newcastle's river : TYNE
116. Initials at Pensacola : NAS
118. Assault or overact : MUG

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