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New York Times, Sunday, September 26, 1993

Author:John Greenman
Editor:Mel Taub
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 86, Avg Word Len: 5.00, Missing: { J K Q X Z }
Open Squares: 111, Cheaters: 14, FITB: 16, XRef: 0
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Across Down
1. Tessarae : TILES
6. Crimson's rival : ELI
9. "___ we forget . . . " : LEST
13. It's held in a hold : CARGO
18. Leave-taking : ADIEU
19. Classical beginner : NEO
20. Winglike : ALAR
21. Of feathery fauna : AVIAN
22. Feel great joy : BEONCLOUDNINE
25. Hanger material : WIRE
26. From A to Z, e.g. : RANGE
27. ___ Juan Hill : SAN
28. Mag. sales : CIRC
29. Neophyte officer : NINETYDAYWONDER
32. Picasso prop : EASEL
33. Shoe-box ltrs. : EEE
34. Flung : SENT
35. All the way : THEWHOLENINEYARDS
41. In a foolish manner : ASININELY
45. Bern's river : AARE
46. Play Simon Says : APE
47. Craggy crest : TOR
49. Fairway gizmo : TEE
50. Sisters of Charity, e.g. : NUNS
51. Ars gratia ___ : ARTIS
53. "I've Got ___ in Kalamazoo" : AGAL
55. Hemingway's Lady Ashley : BRETT
57. Formerly called : NEE
58. "Skittle Players" painter : STEEN
59. Nonuple : NINEFOLD
60. ___-O ("Old MacDonald" refrain) : EIEI
61. Christie element : ARSENIC
63. Colonizes : SETTLES
65. Shortcoming : WANT
66. Soupçon : TRACE
67. Deep distress : GRIEF
68. Whilom Burmese statesman : THANT
70. Slopes transport : TBAR
71. Wood smoothers : PLANERS
73. " . . . in ___ it is heaven": Matt. 6:10 : EARTHAS
76. Argyles, e.g. : HOSE
77. They "try men's souls": Paine : TIMES
78. Blaspheme : CURSE
80. Tpk. mail station : HPO
81. Shown on TV : AIRED
82. Eleven has two : ONES
83. Syst. of laws : CONST
84. Tilled : HOED
85. Actress Ryan : MEG
86. 100 square meters : ARE
87. Epoch : ERA
88. Radius neighbor : ULNA
89. "Quinquireme ___ from distant Ophir": Masefield : OFNINEVEH
92. All dolled up : DRESSEDTOTHENINES
99. Miscellanies : ANAS
101. Guido's high note : ELA
102. Indonesian isles : AROES
103. Jose Ferrer film: 1963 : NINEHOURSTORAMA
108. First meson discovered : PION
109. Cable initials : HBO
112. Mrs. Donahue : MARLO
113. Syrian city : ALEP
114. Whip : CATONINETAILS
117. Improves manuscripts : EDITS
118. Pastures : LEAS
119. Get a move on : HIE
120. Garner of the keyboard : ERROL
121. Wetness in Wiesbaden : NASSE
122. Prospector's "grail" : LODE
123. Actor Byrnes : EDD
124. " : DITTO
1. File-folder extensions : TABS
2. Brainchild : IDEA
3. Maned Oz role : LION
4. Nightfall, to bards : EEN
5. Jewish ritual hut : SUCCAH
6. Remove a core or a growth : ENUCLEATE
7. Copied Ozawa : LED
8. Freelancer's income-tax form : IONINENINE
9. Hillary Clinton, for one : LAWYER
10. Omitted syllables : ELIDED
11. Actress Allgood : SARA
12. Deuces' betters : TREYS
13. "Gigi" star's kin : CARONS
14. Jack Lemmon film: 1972 : AVANTI
15. Orange-zest source : RIND
16. Security deposit : GAGE
17. Ripsnorter : ONER
23. Felipe's flat : LISO
24. City S of Moscow : OREL
30. Afternoon affair : TEA
31. Sport : WEAR
32. Lambs' dams : EWES
35. Dan ___, Urich "Vegas" role : TANNA
36. German miner : HAUER
37. A 1955 Oscar winner : ERNESTBORGNINE
38. Bowling match of a kind : NINEPINSGAME
39. O.K. : YES
40. Hackneyed : STALE
42. Clubhouse lounge : NINETEENTHHOLE
43. The Beatles' "___ Be" : LETIT
44. To date : YET
48. Vets : OLDSTERS
51. Add-on to dram : ATIC
52. Sense organ : RECEPTOR
53. Following : AFTER
54. Three under par, e.g. : GOLFSCORE
55. Act circumspectly : BEWARE
56. Cheerful : RIANT
58. Bagged : SNARED
59. Gay time : NINETIES
62. White out : ERASE
64. Predatory sea birds : ERNES
69. " . . . why ___ thou forsaken me?": Matt. 27:46 : HAST
70. Cat burglar : THIEF
72. Striate : LINED
74. ___ Mountains of Italy : APENNINE
75. Pops : SODAS
79. Not adjusted : UNADAPTED
81. Latin trio element : AMO
83. These, in Tours : CES
84. Quizzical exclamations : HUHS
86. Gotchas : AHAS
90. Places for valuables : VAULTS
91. "La Vie ___," Piaf hit : ENROSE
93. Brushed up on a book : REREAD
94. Pass : ELAPSE
95. Modern anti-aircraft acronym : SAM
96. The Kingston ___ : TRIO
97. Odometer reading of a new car? : OOONINE
98. Under the big top : TENTED
100. Put off : STALL
103. Pre-O'Connor composition of Supreme Court : NINEMEN
104. "Mary ___ little . . . " : HADA
105. "Is you is ___ you ain't . . . " : ORIS
106. Butter stand-in : OLEO
107. Tooth problem : ACHE
109. Jazzman Al ___ : HIRT
110. Blemish : BLOT
111. Christiania today : OSLO
115. Succor : AID
116. Onassis : ARI

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