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New York Times, Sunday, August 17, 1980

Author:Margaret Rigby
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 82, Avg Word Len: 5.13, Missing: { Q }, Scrabble score: 557 (avg 1.55)
Open Squares: 101, Cheaters: 16, FITB: 11, XRef: 0
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© 1980, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Nobelist Hahn : OTTO
5. Chick chaser : SHOO
9. The Beehive State : UTAH
13. Louis from Louisiana : PRIMA
18. These are flaky : SOAPCHIPS
20. Somewhat, in music : POCO
21. He wrote "La Vie de Jésus": 1863 : RENAN
22. Jeans' partners : TEESHIRTS
23. U.S. emblem : SPREADEAGLE
26. Metric unit : ARE
27. Of a piece : ALIKE
29. King of Mass. : GOV
30. ___ gestae : RES
31. Dock : BOB
34. Like a chit : PERT
36. Biblical priest : ELI
37. Type of verse : ANAPEST
39. Play the card : AMUSE
41. Despot : AUTOCRAT
45. Aegean island : IOS
46. Event on June 17, 1775 : BATTLEOFBUNKERHILL
50. Tapir : ANTA
51. Citole and trichord : LUTES
52. Prep sch. : ACAD
53. Cay or holm : ISLE
57. Wading bird : EGRET
59. Electrical wave: Prefix : ONDA
61. Scotch fiddles : ITCHES
63. Wife of le roi : LAREINE
65. Epic in 12 books : AENEID
67. Persons easily swayed : REEDS
68. Rochet's relative : ALB
69. Preeminently : PAREXCELLENCE
73. Poet's palindrome : ERE
74. Fusty : STALE
76. Trinacria, today : SICILY
77. Peak in NW Wash. : OLYMPUS
79. Arty parties : SALONS
81. Character on a staff : CLEF
82. Foundation : BASIS
83. Suburb SE of Paris : ORLY
84. Romance lang. : ITAL
86. Harry or Henry : JAMES
89. You, to a Quaker : THEE
92. The bends, to caisson workers : OCCUPATIONALHAZARD
97. U.N. labor body : ILO
98. Title of honor : SERENITY
99. Hair conditioner : RINSE
100. Oscar and family : LEVANTS
103. Enzyme : ASE
104. Grand ___ : SLAM
107. Venturi : KEN
108. Lumber splitter : AXE
109. By way of : VIA
110. Flavoring for ouzo : ANISE
112. Lizard, also called fringefoot : UMA
113. Classifies : PIGEONHOLES
116. Color shade : NILEGREEN
122. Pitiless : STONY
123. Actuality : FACT
124. Race-track pavilion : CLUBHOUSE
125. Kefauver : ESTES
126. Refuges : ARKS
127. Maxwell or Schiaparelli : ELSA
128. Sketched : DREW
1. East, in Essen : OST
2. Hallux or dactyl : TOE
3. Menlo Park monogram : TAE
4. Rhea, to Romans : OPS
5. Talia from N.Y.C. : SHIRE
6. Personnel official : HIRER
7. Choose : OPT
8. Pelion's supporter : OSSA
9. Greek vowel : UPSILON
10. First sergeant : TOPKICK
11. Area unit : ACRE
12. Gardener's tool : HOE
13. Be successful : PREVAIL
14. Pacific herb : REA
15. "Odalisque" painter: 1814 : INGRES
16. Cob and buck : MALES
17. "___ of robins . . . " : ANEST
19. Oratory : CHAPEL
24. Patron saint of Catania : AGATHA
25. Coach Shula : DON
28. "___ pray" : LETUS
31. Spongy cake : BABA
32. Where Matrah is : OMAN
33. Ruddy duck : BUTTERBALL
35. President who weighed over 300 pounds : TAFT
38. Barney Miller's colleagues : POLICE
40. The world, to Jaques : STAGE
42. Japanese seaport : UBE
43. Without hesitation : READILY
44. Penny ___ : ARCADE
47. Queen of Italy in 1900 : ELENA
48. External : OUTER
49. Ides, in Roma : IDI
54. Rope-shortening knot : SHEEPSHANK
55. ___-Rollin, French politician: 1807–74 : LEDRU
56. Curvy letters : ESSES
58. Mature : RIPEN
59. "___ by land" : ONEIF
60. Mistress Quickly : NELL
62. These beat deuces : TREYS
63. Cow catcher : LASSO
64. Place for a reredos : ALTAR
65. Vein, nerve or feather : AXILLAR
66. "Behold!" to Brutus : ECCE
70. Houdini feat : ESCAPE
71. Inventor of dynamite : NOBEL
72. Affray : CLASH
75. St. Ignatius of ___ : LOYOLA
78. Gaynor from Chicago : MITZI
80. Incite to attack : SIC
85. Asian silkworm : TUSSAH
86. Parisians' pleasures : JOIES
87. Hill builder : ANT
88. The "Say Hey Kid" : MAYS
90. Gaelic language : ERSE
91. London hero : EDEN
93. Escorts : CONVOYS
94. Township in NE N.J. : TEANECK
95. Demands firmly : INSISTS
96. Former county of Northern Ireland : ARMAGH
97. "___ Sixpence" : IVEGOT
100. Small error : LAPSE
101. Departures : EXITS
102. Lizzie's predecessor : TIN
105. Pips or pippins : LULUS
106. Protozoan : AMEBA
110. Opposite of apterous : ALAR
111. Ending for differ or refer : ENCE
114. Suffix for ethyl : ENE
115. Birds ___ feather : OFA
117. "___ Be Seeing You": 1938 : ILL
118. Curl or Funseth : ROD
119. Cont. : EUR
120. Compass pt. : ESE
121. Just out : NEW

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