S'NO JOBS

New York Times, Sunday, August 23, 1992

Author: Arthur S. Verdesca
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 168, Blocks: 88, Avg Word Len: 5.25, Missing: { F J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 625 (avg 1.42)
Open Squares: 151, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 11, XRef: 1
Arthur S. Verdesca has 28 pre-Shortz puzzles and 14 Shortz era puzzles in our database.
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© 1992, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Scold vehemently : BERATE
7. Quarrel : SCRAP
12. On the briny : ASEA
16. Old Tex. units of length : VARAS
21. Cossack chief : ATAMAN
22. Petrarch's beloved : LAURA
23. Shoshoneans of Colo. : UTES
24. "All ___ for Christmas . . . " : IWANT
25. Disk jockey? : RECORDHOLDER
27. Society musician? : BALLPLAYER
29. Monogram of Prufrock's creator : TSE
30. Inhabit : PEOPLE
31. Shelters, in Savoie : ABRIS
33. Leaning to one side : ALIST
34. Character actor Leon : AMES
35. Craftier : SLYER
36. Louver : SLAT
37. Yen ÷ 100 : SEN
40. Irritated : IRED
41. Outburst : SALLY
42. Fence of stakes : PALISADE
46. Radium, e.g. : EMITTER
48. Baldwin-Wallace college site : BEREA
49. Joint projection : TENON
50. Cheville : PEG
51. Swindled : ROGUED
52. Robot? : METALWORKER
54. Benevolent org. : SPCA
55. Harrington's "The ___ America" : OTHER
56. First of HOMES : HURON
57. Memorable couturier : DIOR
58. Large white gannet : SOLAN
59. Nation's foes : WETS
60. Dr. Kildare portrayer : AYRES
61. Unisonally : ASONE
63. Large clams : GAPERS
64. Vienna-to-Graz dir. : SSW
65. Gym assistant? : BARTENDER
67. Grand Tour site : EUROPE
68. Carries away : ABLATES
71. Very long time : EON
72. Rodgers and Hammerstein musical : ALLEGRO
74. Motionless : ATREST
75. Zookeeper? : STRAWBOSS
77. Stripling : LAD
80. Passerine songbird : OSCINE
81. Beethoven's "Für ___" : ELISE
83. Minn. Siouans : IOWAS
84. Distance equaling 1,482 meters : MILE
85. Burned completely : ASHED
86. Director Flaherty's "Man of ___" : ARAN
87. El Misti's locale : ANDES
88. Hosiery thread : LISLE
89. Memorable jazz artist Zoot ___ : SIMS
90. Wholesale plant grower or cattleman? : STOCKBROKER
93. Used a Jacuzzi : BATHED
94. Christie's "There ___ Tide" : ISA
95. Aspect; side : PHASE
96. Members of the peerage : EARLS
97. Retinue : CORTEGE
98. Surface depression due to a mine collapse : SINKHOLE
100. Hackneyed : TRITE
101. Coagulate : CURD
102. Florid : RED
103. Ramble : ROVE
104. Showy houseplant : CALLA
105. Glissaded : SLID
106. Author of "Common Sense" : PAINE
108. Eremite : LONER
109. Expiator : ATONER
111. Liturgical vestment : ALB
114. Pediatrician? : NURSERYMAN
116. Is he guilty of monkey business? : ORGANGRINDER
119. Brazilian seaport : BELEM
120. Duck, in Essen : ENTE
121. Upstairs : ABOVE
122. Galahad's mother : ELAINE
123. End of a Stein line : AROSE
124. Evening, in Paris : SOIR
125. Fed : DINED
126. Sinner : DEBTOR
1. Young Simpson : BART
2. Hot times in Tours : ETES
3. Choppy sea : RACE
4. Latin I word : AMO
5. Swimming-pool cover : TARP
6. Made beloved : ENDEARED
7. Inclined : SLOPED
8. Rings : CALLS
9. Unpolished : RUDE
10. "All the Things You ___" : ARE
11. Counterpart : PARALLEL
12. C. ___ Smith of old films : AUBREY
13. Series of steps : STAIR
14. Elusive ones : EELS
15. Pelé's gp., once : ASL
16. Heavy : VILLAIN
17. Is in store for : AWAITS
18. Mantas : RAYS
19. Dill herb : ANET
20. Riv. boat: Abbr. : STR
26. Father of 1 Down : HOMER
28. Anemic color : PALLOR
32. Secondary statute : BYLAW
35. Thermoplastic resin : SARAN
36. Healthier, in a way : SANER
37. Asiatic goat antelopes : SEROWS
38. Overacts : EMOTES
39. Astronomer? : NIGHTWATCHMAN
40. Road to Rome : ITER
41. Bristly : SETOSE
42. Tea from spray's first three leaves : PEKOE
43. Grocery clerk? : APPLEPOLISHER
44. Area equaling 1,000 square meters : DECARE
45. An Alaskan First Family : EGANS
47. Day of the wk. : TUES
48. "The Green ___," J. Wayne film : BERETS
49. Triplet : TRIN
52. Foolish guillemot : MURRE
53. Estimation : ODOR
54. Profound sleep : SOPOR
56. Pioneer in development of celluloid : HYATT
58. Puppeteer of the 30's : SARG
60. Humble : ABASE
61. Put on a pedestal : ADORE
62. Town in Mozambique : SENA
63. Infer : GUESS
66. N.J. five : NETS
67. "___ Dream," Wagner aria : ELSAS
69. French cheeses : BRIES
70. Afford temporarily : LEND
72. Domiciles : ABODES
73. Degrade : LOWER
74. Place to see Giotto paintings : ASSISI
75. Submerge : SINK
76. Destructive whelk : WINKLE
78. State without proof : ALLEGE
79. Transferred, as property : DEEDED
80. Dark Martian spot : OASIS
81. Uneven : EROSE
82. Intertwine : LACE
84. Woman's dress glove : MITT
86. "___ of Two Cities" : ATALE
87. Chief artery : AORTA
88. Bedeck : LARD
90. Aggressive one : SHOVER
91. Uncle Miltie : BERLE
92. Frame : RAILROAD
93. Edged : BORDERED
95. Smallest unit of speech : PHONEME
97. Prompter's activity : CUING
99. Malay daggers : KRISES
100. Leather worker : TANNER
101. Duplicated genetically : CLONED
104. Raccoon's cousin : COATI
105. Cudgel : STAVE
106. Caesar, when a lad : PUER
107. Young Guthrie : ARLO
108. Alphabetic sequence : LMNO
109. Literary conflict : AGON
110. Get one's goat : RILE
111. Entrance for a U.M.W. man : ADIT
112. "Tonight Show" host : LENO
113. Rabbit or Fox : BRER
114. Hoopsters' org. : NBA
115. Last word of "Ulysses" : YES
117. Baseball stat : RBI
118. Apprehend : NAB

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