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New York Times, Sunday, August 5, 1984

Author: Vaughn Keith
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
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© 1984, The New York Times
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1. Home-run king : AARON
6. Brusque : ABRUPT
12. British author: 1778–1851 : CRABB
17. Spray : MIST
21. Andean sight : LLAMA
22. Muse for Hipparchus : URANIA
23. Put in new grass : RESOD
24. Deed, in Dijon : ACTE
25. "M*A*S*H" member : MEDIC
26. Crossed, as a river : FORDED
27. Contiguity, grammatically : APPOSITION
29. Couple : UNITE
30. Eradicates, with "out" : WEEDS
31. Like Caspar Milquetoast : MEEK
32. Headline city: 1965 : SELMA
33. "Agnus ___" : DEI
34. Loewe's partner : LERNER
37. A master of quatrains : OMARKHAYYAM
39. Kind of club : GLEE
40. Seasoning for Italian sausages : FENNELSEED
43. Spanish ranch : HACIENDA
47. Like certain college walls : IVIED
48. Curios : EXOTICA
53. "___ virumque cano . . . " : ARMA
54. Downpour : TORRENT
56. Recipe abbr. : TSP
58. Founder of the Russian empire : RURIK
59. Hip or knuckle : JOINT
61. 18th-century British composer : ARNE
62. Chief Justice: 1874–88 : WAITE
64. ___-Dale of Sherwood Forest : ALANA
65. Military faction : JUNTA
66. School org. since 1897 : PTA
67. Hard, steady workers : SLOGGERS
70. The following ones: Abbr. : SQQ
71. Prefix with bar or gloss : ISO
72. Zeus's mother : RHEA
74. Till : HOE
75. Greek wine : RETSINA
77. Disintegrate : ERODE
79. Apportions, colloquially : DIVVIES
81. Colors : TINTS
84. Confabs : POWWOWS
87. Compass point : ENE
88. Overwhelm : STUN
90. Unclose, poetically : OPE
92. Presidential nickname : IKE
94. College age : NINETEEN
96. Japanese play : NOH
97. Reference book : ATLAS
99. Extort : WRING
101. Symbol of Holland : TULIP
102. Heart : CORE
103. Molts : SHEDS
104. Swallowed up : EATEN
105. Presidential monogram : HST
106. Queen Victoria was the last : HANOVER
109. Ernie K.'s widow : EDIE
110. Promise, as in marriage : BETROTH
112. Current styles : MODES
113. Comedian from St. Louis : REDDFOXX
116. Expunged : CROSSEDOUT
119. "Honi ___ . . . " : SOIT
120. Dinner-table items : SALTCELLARS
124. Afghans, e.g. : ASIANS
127. Part of a pitcher's e.r.a. : AVG
130. West Indian witchcraft : OBEAH
131. Bell sound : DONG
132. Cavils : CARPS
134. Circus V.I.P. : TAMER
136. Appease : PROPITIATE
138. Melodic : ARIOSE
140. Hersey's fictional town : ADANO
141. Yearn : PINE
142. "___ Sanctum" : INNER
143. Clean, in a way : VACUUM
144. Clotho, Lachesis and Atropos : FATES
145. North Sea feeder : YSER
146. Finishing strips : OGEES
147. Subsides : ABATES
148. Form into tight curls : FRIZZ
1. Old Spanish measure : ALMUD
2. Coeur d'___, Idaho : ALENE
3. Circle parts : RADII
4. Leave out : OMIT
5. Balloon car : NACELLE
6. ___ wiedersehen : AUF
7. Chestnut, e.g. : BROWN
8. Street show : RAREE
9. Being attacked : UNDERFIRE
10. "___ Beauty," Hopkins poem : PIED
11. Bits : TADS
12. Studied hard, as for an exam : CRAMMED
13. Withdraw : REPEAL
14. Former Turkish coins : ASPERS
15. Accounting specialists : BOOKKEEPERS
16. Kin of stks. : BDS
17. Chum, in Chelsea : MATEY
18. In an unfriendly way : ICILY
19. Plant's breathing pore : STOMA
20. Four bells : TENAM
28. Dancer Duncan : ISADORA
35. Poetic contraction : EEN
36. Bureaucratic impediment : REDTAPE
37. Kind of punch : ONETWO
38. Spell : HEX
39. Brobdingnagian : GIANT
41. Actress Arden : EVE
42. She wrote "Delta of Venus" : NIN
43. Moslem pilgrim : HAJJI
44. Incite : AROUSE
45. Musical key : CMINOR
46. Main artery : AORTA
49. Certain Sooner : TULSAN
50. Modern Mesopotamia : IRAQ
51. Half of dix : CINQ
52. Police-record initials : AKA
55. Genetic material : RNA
56. Early rifle pins : TIGES
57. Editorial O.K. : STET
60. Slow, in music : TARDO
63. Jibe : AGREE
67. Former Eng. coin : SOV
68. Quay : LEVEE
69. In ___ (in position) : SITU
73. Cut : HEWN
74. Tissue: Comb. form : HISTI
76. Some Spanish children : NINAS
78. First of a doubleheader : OPENER
79. Lived : DWELT
80. Halfway house : INN
82. Famous steel city : TOLEDO
83. Spike of tiny flowers : SPADIX
85. Kind of tax : WITHHOLDING
86. Responsibility : ONUS
88. More tender : SORER
89. Saint of October 15 : THERESA
91. Vintage car : ESSEX
92. Dies ___ : IRAE
93. Singer Eartha : KITT
95. Ancient Hebrew vestments : EPHODS
96. Fall mo. : NOV
98. Larceny : THEFT
99. Network : WEB
100. Kind of pasta : GNOCCHI
102. Its capital is San José : COSTARICA
107. Brouhaha : ADO
108. Modern: Ger. : NEU
111. Due's follower : TRE
112. Consolidations : MERGERS
114. Put on : DON
115. Female : DISTAFF
117. London square : SLOANE
118. S.C. river : SANTEE
120. Very wet : SOPPY
121. French shelters : ABRIS
122. Former president of Italy : LEONE
123. Diminish, with "off" : TAPER
125. Part of a teapot : SPOUT
126. Make public : ISSUE
127. Violinmaker : AMATI
128. Neighbor of Col. : VENEZ
129. German-American painter : GROSZ
132. Vena ___ : CAVA
133. Omani or Yemeni : ARAB
135. Hebrew month : ADAR
137. Spanish uncle : TIO
139. Rheine's river : EMS

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