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New York Times, Sunday, September 21, 1980

Author:Louis Baron
Editor:Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 68, Avg Word Len: 5.25, Missing: { J X Z }, Scrabble score: 605 (avg 1.62)
Open Squares: 127, Cheaters: 2, FITB: 8, XRef: 0
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© 1980, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Astringent : ALUM
5. Glower : SCOWL
10. Puppeteer Lewis : SHARI
15. Con job : SCAM
19. Except : SAVE
20. Blake of Jazz : EUBIE
21. Moslem judge : HAKIM
22. Disyllabic sigh : AHME
23. Gardner's "The Case of the ___" : STUTTERINGBISHOP
26. What bêtes noires inspire : FEAR
27. Hard-to-hold type : EEL
28. Author Kingsley : AMIS
29. Asks for : WANTS
30. Spinachlike plant : ORACHE
32. Apprentice : TRAINEE
34. Director of "The Servant": 1963 : LOSEY
35. He wrote "Uhuru" : RUARK
36. Poe's "The Angel of the ___" : ODD
37. Promenade : CORSO
38. Most sharp-witted : CANNIEST
41. Write back : REPLY
44. Hit musical of 1951 : THEKINGANDI
46. Hugo's "___ Blas" : RUY
47. Kazan : ELIA
48. Use 'baccy : CHAW
49. Oval segments : ARCS
50. U-boat's sea : MEER
51. Burrows : ABE
52. Vernon Blythe's dancing partner : IRENECASTLE
56. Amerind group : CADDO
57. Certain settlers : DECIDERS
59. Wolf-whistle accompaniment : OGLE
60. Proust or Marceau : MARCEL
61. Undo : ERASE
62. Interweave : BRAID
63. Admiral Andrea : DORIA
64. This can be Cannes : RESORT
66. Mil. training unit : ROTC
67. Fast and dazzling : METEORIC
70. Without help : ALONE
71. Carroll character : WHITEKNIGHT
74. Vowel for Euripedes : ETA
75. Not like a sure thing : IFFY
76. Courts : WOOS
77. Oxalis plants : OCAS
78. It once cost 5 cents : BEER
79. One place to get an E.E. : MIT
80. Slangsters' uncles : PAWNBROKERS
84. Actor Hagman : LARRY
85. Like an igloo : UNHEATED
87. Defective: Comb. form : ATELO
88. Rooks, e.g. : MEN
89. Sidled : EDGED
90. Anglers' delights : BITES
91. Top of the ladder : SUCCESS
95. More foresighted : CAGIER
97. Edible tubers : SALEP
98. Middle: Comb. form : MESO
99. Mini-question : WHY
100. Center of Q.E.D. : ERAT
101. She played a maid in "G.W.T.W." : BUTTERFLYMCQUEEN
105. Icy coating : RIME
106. Commercial willow : OSIER
107. Old district of Asia Minor : IONIA
108. Plod : SLOG
109. Made oneself scarce : FLED
110. Junk and Scotland : YARDS
111. Butter melter : TOAST
112. Sand's "___ et Lui" : ELLE
1. Plus item : ASSET
2. Staller's promise : LATER
3. Tonsil's neighbor : UVULA
4. Conjoined : MET
5. Appeared : SEEMED
6. One of two Nobelists: 1903 : CURIE
7. Ginza purchases : OBIS
8. Beat the game : WIN
9. Reporter's routine : LEGWORK
10. Order to a "Harvest Moon": 1908 : SHINEON
11. Precipitate : HASTY
12. Spirits, in Egyptology : AKHS
13. Sugar Loaf's city : RIO
14. Seizes legally : IMPOUNDS
15. Veld entourage : SAFARI
16. Rake's progress : CHECKEREDCAREER
17. Eastern nana : AMAH
18. Like a pittance : MERE
24. Jessica of the stage : TANDY
25. Pinza and Hines : BASSI
31. Rajah's lady : RANI
33. City in SE Kansas : IOLA
34. Lerner's collaborator : LOEWE
35. Sheriff in a Puccini opera : RANCE
37. Oland, Toler et al. : CHANS
38. Composer Orff : CARL
39. Glove-in-the-raw : SUEDE
40. Yodeler's turf : TYROL
41. Decode a primer : READ
42. River to the North Sea : ELBE
43. "But helpless ___ He plays": FitzGerald : PIECESOFTHEGAME
44. "Hey" or "Over" follower : THERE
45. Like many fences : GATED
48. Peak : CREST
50. Puzo or Lanza : MARIO
52. "Fain would I, but ___ not" : IDARE
53. "Pastorale" painter: 1873 : COROT
54. Type size : AGATE
55. Smooth-talking : SLICK
56. "Add here" mark : CARET
58. Speaker's device : IRONY
60. Millers : MOTHS
62. Cap. of Queensland : BRISB
63. Artist Edgar : DEGAS
64. Jules Muraire of French cinema : RAIMU
65. Pixie : ELFIN
67. Prefix with scope : MICRO
68. Caesar's way : ITER
69. Author Joyce : CARY
71. Had 'em in the aisles : WOWED
72. Neighbor of Guat. : HOND
73. Seasonal songs : NOELS
76. Song of 1922 : WATERBOY
78. Judicial seat : BANC
80. Trainbearer : PAGE
81. Those who viteruperate : RAILERS
82. Web-footed mammal : OTTER
83. Do exercises : KEEPFIT
84. Gaboriau's gumshoe : LECOQ
86. Made publishable : EDITED
88. Oman's capital : MUSCAT
90. Like some breaths : BATED
91. Game rounds : SEMIS
92. Tom of "The Seven Year Itch" : EWELL
93. Underworld, O.T. style : SHEOL
94. Irish Renaissance dramatist : SYNGE
95. Anthologist Bennett : CERF
96. Seed envelope : ARIL
97. Show life : STIR
98. Parrot's rival : MYNA
102. Kyushu town : USA
103. Richard ___, Oriental actor : LOO
104. "What's the ___?" : USE

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