TWOFERS

New York Times, Sunday, August 1, 1993

Author: Martin Fass
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 68, Avg Word Len: 5.25, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 500 (avg 1.34)
Open Squares: 149, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 5, XRef: 0 Grid has both 90- and 180-degree symmetry.
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© 1993, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Legendary automaton : GOLEM
6. Jelly ingredient : AGAR
10. Maxims : SAWS
14. Hourly : HORAL
19. Guam's capital : AGANA
20. Spongers/rubber areas? : PARASITES
22. African antelope : ORIBI
23. Excavator : MINER
24. Will/examine catkin? : TESTAMENT
25. Breakfast comestible : BACON
26. Turns outward : EVERTS
28. Drawing for a winner : LOTTING
29. Dedicated : VOTIVE
30. Alteration : REDOING
32. Fasteners : NAILS
33. Compared : LIKENED
34. High-hat : SNOOT
36. A 1933 U.S. agency : NRA
37. Bottoms : BASES
38. Wood sorrel : OCA
41. Zeal : ARDOR
43. Medicinal extract from rye fungus : ERGOTIN
45. Varlet : CAD
48. Fla. county : DADE
50. "King Olaf" composer : ELGAR
52. Make the copy right : EDIT
53. "Arma virumque ___" : CANO
54. French department or river : DROME
56. Noted Renaissance family : ESTE
57. Locale of William the Conqueror's tomb : CAEN
58. Injures : HURTS
59. Goblins : SPRITES
61. Busy places in June : ALTARS
63. Hitchcock film: 1964 : MARNIE
64. Tidal bores : EAGRES
65. A Plato dialogue : ION
66. Petty prince : SATRAP
67. Access : ENTREE
68. Chaste : VESTAL
71. Floral arrangements : WREATHS
73. Unkempt abodes : STIES
74. Four gills : PINT
75. Pretense : POSE
77. Negatively charged particle : ANION
78. Top corporate mgrs. : CEOS
79. Gnat or rat : PEST
80. Perfume ingredient : ESTER
82. Muscular fitness : TONE
83. Beautician Westmore : ERN
84. Keyboard instrument : CELESTA
87. "___ Doll," Ellington-Strayhorn song : SATIN
89. American humorist : NYE
90. Crispin's products : SHOES
91. Chi. transportation : ELS
93. Smallest of the Cyclades : DELOS
95. Standing still/norm golfer? : PARKING
98. Grow toward sunset : LATEN
100. Prepares for publication/Communist deeds? : REDACTS
104. Actor Delon et al. : ALAINS
105. Diabolical : SATANIC
107. Become lessor while lessee : SUBLET
108. Group of trained leaders : CADRE
109. Like Hale/Boone comic obsession? : PATRIOTIC
111. Climbing vine : LIANA
112. Sends out : EMITS
113. Detestable/tenants' motto? : ABHORRENT
114. Goose genus : ANSER
115. Animal that sounds tasty : MOOSE
116. Platform : DAIS
117. Son of Zeus and Hera : ARES
118. Caesurae : RESTS
1. More courageous : GAMER
2. Pointed arch : OGIVE
3. Divided, as highways : LANED
4. Año starters : ENEROS
5. Navratilova/impair actress Louise? : MARTINA
6. Quick to learn : APT
7. Highlander : GAEL
8. Fiery felony : ARSON
9. Caner's material : RATTAN
10. Resembling : SIMILAR
11. Solar disks : ATENS
12. Memorable crosswords editor : WENG
13. Concorde : SST
14. N.J. city/vagrant Kesey? : HOBOKEN
15. Speechifies : ORATES
16. Poisonous protein in the castor bean : RICIN
17. Superior in rank : ABOVE
18. Like some note paper : LINED
21. Voltaire's forte : SATIRE
27. Wax stertorous : SNORE
29. Come to see : VISIT
31. Atheistic : GODLESS
33. Cato's tongue : LATIN
35. Clothes : TOGS
37. Portends : BODES
38. Tote-board numbers : ODDS
39. Craftsman/river sign? : CARPENTER
40. Fervent love/fuss over allowance? : ADORATION
42. New Zealand tree : RATA
44. Machine part : GEAR
45. Flower/Lincoln country? : CARNATION
46. Musical response/opposed to a faker? : ANTIPHONY
47. Potion portion : DOSE
49. Some displaced persons : EMIGRES
51. Make a new inventory : RELIST
53. Seedless raisin : CURRANT
55. Beings, in Brest : ETRES
57. Party tidbit : CANAPE
58. "I ___ fool!": Dickens : HATEA
60. Shoe width : EEE
62. Small quantity : TOT
63. "Cielo e ___," Ponchielli aria : MAR
66. More saccharine : SWEETER
67. Suffix forming inchoative verbs : ESCE
68. Holding devices : VISES
69. Tolkien's tree creatures : ENTS
70. Deprivation : LOSS
72. Onetime dagger : SNEE
74. An ancestor of Abraham : PELEG
76. African village : STAD
79. Drudges : PEONS
81. Gets one's goat : RILES
84. Kind of lantern : CHINESE
85. Yellowish-pink color : TEATROS
86. Star in Aquila : ALTAIR
88. Lumpy : NODULAR
90. Avoids : SKIRTS
92. Title for some madrileñas : SENORA
94. Victim of Roman aggression : SABINE
95. Pope John XXIII's "___ in Terris" : PACEM
96. Southwestern poplar : ALAMO
97. Lowell Thomas's milieu : RADIO
98. Punjabi policeman's club : LATHI
99. Gunpowder ingredient : NITER
101. Rank : CLASS
102. Principle : TENET
103. Does exceptionally well : STARS
105. One of the Leewards : SABA
106. Spanish movie house : CINE
109. Launching area : PAD
110. Parts of a dol. : CTS

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