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Charles M. Deber
Charles M. Deber

WHEN IN ROME

New York Times, Sunday, August 18, 1985

Author: Charles M. Deber
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 80, Avg Word Len: 5.16, Missing: { J Q V X }, Scrabble score: 530 (avg 1.47)
Open Squares: 118, Cheaters: 8, FITB: 16, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 12
Charles M. Deber has 18 pre-Shortz puzzles and 19 Shortz Era puzzles in our database.
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© 1985, The New York TimesNo. 13,067
Across Down
1. Inst. at Annapolis : ACAD
5. Kipling's Kim : OHARA
10. "___ in Calico," 1946 song : AGAL
14. Quiche ingredient : BACON
19. Glut : SATE
20. Author Paul de ___ : KRUIF
21. Throwaway at Trevi : LIRA
22. Site of a main campus in Maine : ORONO
23. 501 : PRINCESSOFWALES
26. More recent : NEWER
27. "___ Way," Cahn–Van Heusen hit : ALLTHE
28. Atop, poetically : OER
29. CARE concern : NEED
31. Kind of rap : BUM
32. 1001 : NOTEAFTERRE
36. Jokers, in two senses : CARDS
37. W.W. II org. : OPA
38. What Ben Adhem did : DREAMED
39. Perhaps : POSSIBLY
41. Range fuel : GAS
44. Childe Hassam's "Summer ___" : SEA
45. Halberd follower : IER
46. Adman, in a way : TOUTER
49. 54 : ACTRESSULLMANN
55. "Any port in ___" : ASTORM
56. Mescal : PEYOTE
57. Choice : OPTION
59. Certain trailer trks. : SEMIS
60. Comfort : SOLACE
61. Heart : COR
62. Lamb who had a Mary : ELIA
64. 1 : FIRSTPERSONSINGULAR
72. Shade of blue or gray : HAZE
73. Seaver, twice : MET
74. Gave a piercing look : GLARED
76. "Dirigible" director: 1931 : CAPRA
81. Italian spirits : GRAPPA
83. Rouse : INCITE
84. Product of Zeus's head : ATHENA
86. 200 or 1050 : AMETRICMEASURE
90. Wolf's activity : BAYING
91. ___ Claire, Wis. : EAU
92. Avocat's forte : LOI
93. Rocker's contemporary : MOD
94. Eavesdroppers : SNOOPERS
97. Columns : PILLARS
101. Doubly: Prefix : TWI
103. Russian high spots : URALS
104. 11 : GREEKLETTER
108. G.I. Jane : WAC
109. Space agcy. : NASA
110. Caviar : ROE
111. Word of honor : PAROLE
112. Sacro adherent : ILIAC
114. 600 : SITEOFUSCAPITOL
119. Sylvan clearing : GLADE
120. Geraint's wife : ENID
121. Digital computer : ENIAC
122. Wine valley : NAPA
123. Less irrational : SANER
124. Phrontisteries : DENS
125. Missouri campus town : ROLLA
126. "Gang aft a-___": Burns : GLEY
1. " . . . life's but ___": Shak. : ASPAN
2. Signor Ponti : CARLO
3. Inclined : ATILT
4. Like pots gone to pot : DENTED
5. Actor Dennis: 1908–1968 : OKEEFE
6. Kin of mins. : HRS
7. Out, in Innsbruck : AUS
8. Lerma or Pánuco : RIO
9. Have the means : AFFORD
10. Winglike : ALAR
11. Hodges of baseball fame : GIL
12. Punta ___, Chilean port : ARENAS
13. Light beams : LASERS
14. 1000 : BONDSBOSS
15. "You ___ what you eat" : ARE
16. 1009 : COWBOYTOM
17. Ahead, narrowly : ONEUP
18. Bellini opera : NORMA
24. British cleaning woman : CHAR
25. Like Willie Winkie : WEE
30. Soprano Gruberova : EDITA
33. Scottish goblet : TASS
34. Aussie bird : EMEU
35. Genuine : REAL
36. Most banal : CORNIEST
39. Cork fuel : PEAT
40. What a theorbo was : LUTE
41. Interruptions : GAPS
42. Within an ___ (very close) : ACEOF
43. Pointed tools : STYLI
45. Off the cuff : IMPROMPTU
47. "___ tu," Verdi aria : ERI
48. Realtor's abbr. : RMS
50. Jungle noise : ROAR
51. And so on and so forth : ETCS
52. " . . . but now mine eye ___ thee": Job 42:5 : SEETH
53. "Gigi" playwright : LOOS
54. ___ me tangere : NOLI
58. Writer Anais : NIN
61. Certain pitchers : CREAMERS
63. B. Agr. aspirant : AGGIE
65. Yugoslav island : PAG
66. Hebrew scribe : EZRA
67. Skinflinty : NEAR
68. Ginglymus attachment : ULNA
69. Tree resins : LACS
70. Suffix with planet : ARIUM
71. Kind of rocket : RETRO
75. Legal paper : DEED
76. Fiacre : CAB
77. One ___ time : ATA
78. 1500 : PHYSICIAN
79. Curb : REIN
80. 1100 : ANNOUNCER
82. Leguminous plants : PEAS
85. Israeli coin : AGORA
87. Netman Nastase : ILIE
88. Nat King or Old King : COLE
89. "Jersey juice" : MILK
95. Qualified : PASSED
96. Tennyson heroine : ELAINE
97. Rate higher : PREFER
98. Woolly beast : ALPACA
99. Harvest : REAP
100. Apron or G chaser : STRING
101. Slender shoots : TWIGS
102. Half a Washington city's name : WALLA
104. Baby talk : GOO
105. Add up : TOTAL
106. Leave by ladder : ELOPE
107. Pass along : RELAY
110. Beatty film : REDS
113. Fabulist George : ADE
115. Kind of can or ear : TIN
116. Número ___ : UNO
117. Part of R.S.V.P. : SIL
118. Lone Eagle's monogram : CAL

Answer summary: 9 unique to this puzzle, 3 debuted here and reused later, 7 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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