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CACHED CASH

New York Times, Sunday, August 23, 1987

Author:Jim Page
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 74, Avg Word Len: 5.17, Missing: { J Q X }, Scrabble score: 500 (avg 1.36)
Open Squares: 112, Cheaters: 4, FITB: 11, XRef: 0
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© 1987, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Regional plant and animal life : BIOTA
6. Tar's cleaner : SWAB
10. Romanov bigwig, once : TSAR
14. "Bus Stop" playwright : INGE
18. Flynn of "Captain Blood" : ERROL
19. " . . . so ___ as a day in June?" : RARE
20. River embankment : LEVEE
22. Mint devices : DIES
23. Wealthy women cover up a shilling? : NABOBESSES
25. Mexican's shoe bottoms show very little change? : CREPESOLES
27. Sonnet finale : SESTET
28. Cobra or parka feature : HOOD
30. Like neon : INERT
31. Senegal finish : ESE
32. Hurdled : LEAPT
34. Andalusian capital : MALAGA
36. Gobi stopovers : OASES
38. Gymnasium or stadium : PALESTRA
41. Needlework instruments : STILETTOS
43. Gold, in Genova : ORO
44. "Honi ___ qui mal y pense" : SOIT
46. ___ Koussi, peak in Chad : EMI
47. Shocked : AGHAST
51. Clairvoyants : SEERS
54. Cotton fabrics : PLISSES
56. Housebuilder, e.g. : ERECTER
57. Proscribed : TABOO
58. Norway's capital : OSLO
59. Thespian's milieu : STAGE
61. Commedia dell'___ : ARTE
62. Bantu language : ZULU
64. City in Nigeria : EDE
66. Bucharest dweller : ROMANIAN
68. Mont Blanc is one : ALP
71. Dianne Feinstein keeps some French bread under wraps? : SANFRANCISCAN
75. R.W.R.'s Lucky, e.g. : PET
76. Ex-Oakland baseballer : SALBANDO
78. Huck's pal : TOM
79. Actress Markey : ENID
81. Mast support : STAY
82. Great race horse of the 60's : KELSO
85. Kind of silk or sugar : SPUN
87. Lengthy yarns : SAGAS
91. Vanishing place : THINAIR
93. Antediluvian : ANCIENT
95. Rousseau classic : EMILE
96. Subject of the 17th Amendment : SENATE
97. "Winterset" hero : MIO
98. Pres. and P.M. : LDRS
100. Memorable Scala : GIA
101. Actresses Nancy and Corinne : MARCHANDS
105. Of a river bank : RIPARIAN
108. Sheik's household members : HAREM
111. Wind over, as a film : REREEL
112. School for Pierre : ECOLE
113. Royal-flush card : ACE
114. "You may drive out nature with ___ . . . ": Horace : AFORK
116. Makes indistinct : DIMS
118. Starr namesakes : RINGOS
122. S. African rock group collects moola? : DURANDURAN
125. Kobe rebels have old currency? : DISSENTERS
127. Ditty-box kin : ETUI
128. Employing : USING
129. Zeno's birthplace : ELEA
130. Like a Stephen King novel : EERIE
131. Mailed : SENT
132. Prefix for carp or crine : ENDO
133. Comedian Foxx : REDD
134. Settlings : DREGS
1. Gazzara and Franklin : BENS
2. "Dies ___" : IRAE
3. Eyes, in poesy : ORBS
4. Play on a flute : TOOTLE
5. "Tiny Alice" playwright and family : ALBEES
6. U.S.C. upperclassmen, e.g. : SRS
7. Pipits' British cousins : WASHTAILS
8. Mars: Comb. form : AREO
9. Twig brooms : BESOMS
10. Hosp. offering : TLC
11. Soap writer hatches a plot about an Iranian coin? : SERIALIST
12. Emulate Nemesis : AVENGE
13. Battologize : REPEAT
14. Knot-tying words : IDO
15. McKinley's birthplace : NILES
16. Simpletons : GEESE
17. Sigmoid shapes : ESSES
21. Rocket follower : EER
24. Les ___-Unis : ETATS
26. Flunky : STOOGE
29. Iraq export : DATES
33. One who sets forth with a quid in his pocket? : PROPOUNDER
35. Whitewashes : LIMES
37. School of painters: c. 1908 : ASHCAN
38. Fort Bragg, e.g. : POST
39. Precinct : AREA
40. U.S. banker-philanthropist: 1867-1933 : LOEB
42. Textile worker : TAREMAN
45. Roof repairer : TILER
48. Anchor position : ATRIP
49. Bristles : SETAE
50. English river : TRENT
52. Russell nickname : ROZ
53. The March King : SOUSA
55. Pop : SODA
56. Selfish fellow swallows a penny? : EGOCENTRIC
60. Ovid's "___ Amatoria" : ARS
63. Taller and leaner : LANKIER
65. Tolkien creature : ENT
67. Licorice-flavored seed : ANISE
68. Aides: Abbr. : ASSTS
69. Potter's wheel : LATHE
70. Unmixed : PLAIN
72. Coming next: Abbr. : FOL
73. "___ fan tutte": Mozart : COSI
74. Urge on : IMPEL
77. Cognomen : BYNAME
80. Barrier : DAM
83. S.S.R. dig unearths a German coin? : SAMARKAND
84. Cat-___-tails : ONINE
86. In one's birthday suit : UNDRESSED
88. Caron role : GIGI
89. President of Albania : ALIA
90. Actor Penn : SEAN
92. Cossack chief : ATAMAN
94. Put into dots and dashes : CODED
99. Germ : SPORE
102. Lindsay's collaborator : CROUSE
103. Ill. city : HERRIN
104. Kind of pitch : SLIDER
106. Adjusted precisely : ALINED
107. Lessee : RENTER
108. Orcus, to Plato : HADES
109. Shrewd : ACUTE
110. Summer TV fare : RERUN
115. N.J. inst. : FDU
117. Eight furlongs : MILE
119. Actor Richard : GERE
120. Not a dup. : ORIG
121. Wind dirs. : SSES
123. River island : AIT
124. ___ Dinh Diem of S. Vietnam : NGO
126. Melancholy : SAD

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