GETTING AWAY FROM IT ALL

New York Times, Sunday, August 21, 1977

Author: Jack Luzzatto
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 64, Avg Word Len: 5.31, Missing: { J Q W X Z }, Scrabble score: 540 (avg 1.43)
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© 1977, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Insertion mark : CARET
6. Frenchman's smoke or snuff : TABAC
11. Irish port of call : COBH
15. Figures the bill : ADDS
19. Affaire de coeur : AMOUR
20. Fight site : ARENA
21. Alpine river : AARE
22. French cheese : BRIE
23. Relative of a clip joint : TOURISTTRAP
25. Stowe or Vail : SKIRESORT
27. Sea-going flyer : ERN
28. Telegraphs : MORSES
29. Weapons hole : SILO
30. Kind of charge : DEPTH
31. Pete Rose's colleagues : REDS
33. Guffaw : HAHA
34. The boss calls it : TUNE
35. "Whatever ___ right": Pope : ISIS
36. Matador chaser : TORO
38. Where not to fall : OVERBOARD
41. Hot outpouring : LAVA
44. Sutherland role : NORMA
46. Paer wrote 43 of these : OPERAS
47. Feudal estate : FIEF
49. Author Deighton : LEN
50. Belief that things have souls : ANIMISM
52. Relish : SAVOR
54. No-no for a pitcher : BALKING
56. Disgusted : REPELLED
58. Caballero, e.g. : SENOR
60. Legal claim holder : LIENOR
61. Drop shots, in the ring : KOS
62. Boston airport : LOGAN
64. Whitewashed : LIMED
66. Marius, to Sulla : ENEMY
67. Domestic travel slogan : SEEAMERICAFIRST
70. Famous maître d'hôtel : OSCAR
73. "Morning's at ___": Browning : SEVEN
74. Absolute negative : NEVER
75. Towel sign : HIS
78. Rutabaga : TURNIP
80. Golfer Louise : SUGGS
82. Far from pushy : RETICENT
84. Name callers, and worse : ABUSERS
86. Unchic shoe : SABOT
88. Assign to new categories : REGRADE
89. Defendants at law : REI
90. Grime : SOOT
92. Least abundant : RAREST
94. Everglades sight : HERON
95. Bright Bear : URSA
97. Chess, for instance : BOARDGAME
99. Typesetter's cue : STET
100. Where Toledans go sailing : ERIE
102. Whoppers : LIES
103. Memphis deity : PTAH
105. Succotash item : LIMA
108. Washbowl : BASIN
110. Loving : FOND
111. Remove, as ink or gravy : BLOTUP
113. Prefix with sked or skid : NON
114. Their Acropolis is a tourist's must : ATHENIANS
116. Trip merchant : TRAVELAGENT
118. Simmer in summer : BOIL
119. The steppes don't have one : TREE
120. Info supplied by 116 Across : RATES
121. Gimcrack gems : PASTE
122. Diamond judges : UMPS
123. Builds a lawn : SODS
124. Motionless : INERT
125. Areas in St. Peter's : APSES
1. Do a party job : CATER
2. Love, in Livorno : AMORE
3. Two-way journeys : ROUNDTRIPS
4. Grand-tour cont. : EUR
5. Adjust the sails : TRIM
6. ___ Mountains in S Poland : TATRA
7. Its customers paint, sculpt, etc. : ARTSHOP
8. Leaves forlorn : BEREAVES
9. Duck genus : ANAS
10. ___ d'Antibes : CAP
11. Nassau attraction : CASINO
12. Item on a G.I. medal : OAKLEAF
13. Verve, in Venezia : BRIO
14. Pronoun : HER
15. Descend a mountain by rope : ABSEIL
16. Writes "Wish you were here" : DROPSALINE
17. All the gossip : DIRT
18. Clockmaker Thomas : SETH
24. London district : SOHO
26. First ___ (rare bks.) : EDS
29. At turbo-prop speed : SUBSONIC
32. River at Amiens : SOMME
34. Grips for trips : TRAVELINGBAGS
35. Flawless : IDEAL
37. Badinage and persiflage : RAILLERIES
39. Christian and Mayan : ERAS
40. Needle : RIB
42. Spite : VENOM
43. Fit to be tied : ANGRY
44. Scotland Yard stoolie : NARK
45. ___ cat : ONEO
46. Letters from Greece : OMEGAS
48. Does the correct thing : FLIESRIGHT
51. Plum for gin : SLOE
53. Kind of holiday : ROMAN
55. Where Canterbury is : KENT
57. Beknighted women : DAMES
59. Allude : REFER
63. Mole : NEVUS
65. Amuse : DIVERT
67. Without : SANS
68. Considered : REGARDED
69. Plexus : RETE
70. Hokkaido port : OTARU
71. Cork-oak bark : SUBER
72. Tourist vessel : CRUISESHIP
75. Boniface's bonhomie : HEARTINESS
76. ___-European : INDO
77. Rapid-fire gun : STEN
79. Investigation : PROBE
81. Marsh bird : SORA
83. Fishing basket : CREEL
85. Great Lakes canals : SOO
87. Pattern or mold : TEMPLATE
91. Having claws : TALONED
93. Place above : SETOVER
96. Sprite and satellite : ARIELS
98. Washes out : RINSES
99. Synagogue : SHUL
101. Tourist stopover : INN
104. Nevada blast : ATEST
106. ___ Carlo : MONTE
107. Kitty starters : ANTES
108. Clerk, in India : BABU
109. Power source : ATOM
110. Reno game : FARO
111. Fiber food : BRAN
112. Haydn's nickname : PAPA
115. "___ all in the game" : ITS
116. Prefix with cycle or plane : TRI
117. Cumberland ___ : GAP

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