LAW-SCHOOL DROPOUT

New York Times, Sunday, August 5, 1990

Author: Bert H. Kruse
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 76, Avg Word Len: 5.21, Missing: { Q V Z }, Scrabble score: 513 (avg 1.41)
Open Squares: 121, Cheaters: 10, FITB: 6, XRef: 0
Bert H. Kruse has 55 pre-Shortz puzzles in our database.
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© 1990, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Norwegian saint : OLAF
5. Utter : SHEER
10. World toter : ATLAS
15. Put away : STOW
19. Painter of "Aurora" : RENI
20. Trunk : TORSO
21. ___ Vista, Mexican War battle site : BUENA
22. Put an edge on : HONE
23. What are contracts? : BRIDGEBIDS
25. If you pass the bar, what will it mean? : ABSTINENCE
27. Birthplace of Columbus : GENOA
28. Marner or Lapham : SILAS
30. Pined : LONGED
31. ___ Aires : BUENOS
33. Skid-row denizens : WINOS
34. Cans, in Canterbury : TINS
35. Heraldic design : ENTE
36. Presently : ANON
37. Kind of spoon : RUNCIBLE
41. Dips : LADES
42. Which former female arbiter do you most admire? : ARLINEJUDGE
45. Wine: Comb. form : OEN
46. Individualist : ONER
47. Mr. Flintstone : FRED
48. Bible book : AMOS
49. Couple : DYAD
50. Cahn-Styne product : AIR
51. Name at least one historic trial : SUITOFARMOR
55. Choreographer-director from Chicago : FOSSE
56. Cancels : NEGATES
58. Arab nobleman : AMEER
59. Yosemite National Park river : MERCED
60. A poplar : ABELE
61. Takes off the cream : SKIMS
62. Pace : TEMPO
63. Tooth problem : CARIES
65. Kind of fence : SPITE
66. Out of the ordinary : UNUSUAL
69. Singer of "Stop the Music" fame : ARMEN
70. What is a talesman? : STORYTELLER
73. Refrain word : TRA
74. Arikaras : REES
75. Kind of plane or dynamics : AERO
76. Grandmother of Timothy : LOIS
77. Banking game : FARO
78. Lodge : INN
79. What is equity? : ACTORSGROUP
83. Uses a kitchen appliance : RICES
84. Umpire's command : BATTERUP
86. Kind of deck : POOP
87. Bits for Benji : ORTS
88. Drenched : ASOP
89. Horse follower : SENSE
90. Be a witness : ATTEST
92. Where filets are often ruined : PATIOS
95. I.Q. tester : BINET
96. Spanish ice-skating figures : OCHOS
97. Define statutes : SCULPTURES
99. Name a prominent living court figure : ARTHURASHE
104. Florence's waterfront : ARNO
105. Silly : INANE
106. Lustrous : NITID
107. Weaving need : LOOM
108. Kind of drop : TEAR
109. Lebanese tree : CEDAR
110. River and lake in Scotland : DOONS
111. Crosses out : EXES
1. Scepter's adjunct : ORB
2. Irish Neptune : LER
3. Black bird : ANI
4. Nervous Nellie : FIDGETER
5. Exec's brain, on occasion : STENO
6. Roads scholars : HOBOS
7. Silkworm : ERIA
8. Apocryphal bk. : ESD
9. "The Barber of Seville" composer : ROSSINI
10. Tasty mollusk : ABALONE
11. Helicons : TUBAS
12. "___ is more": Browning : LESS
13. Hill maker : ANT
14. Liner schedules : SAILINGS
15. Chinese province : SHENSI
16. Go oystering : TONG
17. Erstwhile : ONCE
18. Cull : WEED
24. Heredity determiners : GENES
26. Present : NONCE
29. Party to : INON
31. Prep cap : BEANIE
32. What exactly is a brief? : UNDERGARMENT
33. Emerson's middle name : WALDO
34. Henry VIII was one : TUDOR
37. Sometimes it's ugly : RUMOR
38. Quitclaim, is a deed. Name some others. : BOYSCOUTACTS
39. Rent : LEASE
40. Over : ENDED
41. Bank transaction : LOAN
42. Originate : ARISE
43. Soak flax or lumber : RET
44. "The Golden Bowl" author : JAMES
47. Heaters : FUELS
49. African villages : DORPS
51. Dutch genre painter : STEEN
52. Dervish : FAKIR
53. Peaceful harmony : AMITY
54. Convened anew : REMET
55. Our largest bone : FEMUR
57. "___ Irish Rose" : ABIES
59. Biblical wall words : MENES
61. Game trail : SPOOR
62. Spring bloom : TULIP
63. Brazilian Indian : CARIB
64. Knockout of a place : ARENA
65. Perk up a straightedge : STROP
67. Halt : ARREST
68. Asian nation : LAOS
70. Arrangement : SETUP
71. Marry modestly : ELOPE
72. Costello or Groza : LOU
75. Puzzle variety : ACROSTIC
77. Damaged-goods rendition : FIRESALE
79. Famed fabulist : AESOP
80. "Faerie Queene" poet : SPENSER
81. Away : GONE
82. Cyrano's creator : ROSTAND
83. Chopper part : ROTOR
85. Who starts the most suits? : TAILOR
89. City near Assisi : SIENA
90. "Body all ___": O. Hammerstein : ACHIN
91. Dull sounds : THUDS
92. Scholastic test, for short : PSAT
93. Israeli port : ACRE
94. Fish or pear : TUNA
95. Finishing nail : BRAD
96. Schenk or Harbach : OTTO
98. One, in Paris : UNE
100. Cruise port, for short : RIO
101. Boston or Chicago team : SOX
102. Weeder : HOE
103. Bad ___, German spa : EMS

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