ALL GROWN UP

New York Times, Sunday, January 9, 1994

Author: Mel Rosen
Editor: Will Shortz
Mel Rosen
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 24 for Mr. Rosen. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Vulcan's workshop, in myth : ETNA
5. Movement begun by Tristan Tzara : DADA
9. Digs into : BORES
14. Parliamentarian's call : AYE
17. Fritters away time : LOAFS
19. Joie de vivre : ELAN
20. Pass : ENACT
21. Legends : LORE
23. Heavy-duty farm machine : BUTTERFLYTRACTOR
26. _____ mater : DURA
27. When D.S.T. ends : OCT
28. Hilo mementos : LEIS
29. Honors with style : FETES
30. "Rinaldo'' and others : OPERAS
32. Vacillate : WHIFFLE
34. Call by intercom : PAGE
35. Signify : DENOTE
36. Wall Street order : SELL
37. Playing the toady : DEERINGOVER
42. Fictional dog : LAD
43. Bar orders : RYES
45. Orangish food : YAMS
46. Item of kabuki apparel : OBI
47. Ballot abbr. : IND
49. Seurat, e.g. : DOTTER
52. "This must weigh _____ !'' : ATON
53. Sails close to the wind : LUFFS
56. "Hey!" : PST
59. "A Dissertation on Roast Pig'' writer : CHARLESSHEEP
63. Serving dish : BOAT
64. N.C.A.A. participant: Abbr. : ATH
65. Writer Murdoch : IRIS
66. 60's B-ball champs : UCLA
67. Patent medicine : ELIXIR
69. Certain clipping : TOENAIL
71. Rugby get-together : SCRUM
72. Yielding : PLIABLE
73. Start of a Harper Lee title : TOKILL
74. "Pardon me!'' : AHEM
75. Hide : PELT
76. _____ franchise : ALA
77. "A Summer Place'' star : EGAN
78. Newspaper employee : LIONREPORTER
82. Ring rock : GEM
83. She played Jane to O'Keeffe's Tarzan : DEREK
85. Yahtzee equipment : DICE
86. Grasp : MASTER
88. _____ rule : ASA
89. It's north of Minn. : ONT
90. Police sch. : ACAD
92. Drains : SAPS
95. Ma Bell : ATT
97. Rodgers-Hart show : PALKANGAROO
101. Besides : PLUS
103. Dreaming, to Hamlet? : THERUB
105. Dusks, to Donne : EENS
106. Least clever : DENSEST
109. Smoothly, to Solti : LEGATO
110. Flavorless : BLAND
112. Logical start : IDEO
113. Dian Fossey subject : APE
114. "Unto us _____ is given" : ASON
115. Fields-West film : MYLITTLEBIRDADEE
119. Frangible : WEAK
120. Lindsay's successor : BEAME
121. Issue : EMIT
122. Correct : EMEND
123. 34th, Elm, etc: Abbr. : STS
124. Cavalry weapon : SABER
125. First name in New York City politics : RUDY
126. Apposes : ADDS
1. Jostles : ELBOWS
2. Faith healer, perhaps : TOUCHER
3. One way to dress : NATTILY
4. Sternward : AFT
5. Just said no : DEFIED
6. "_____ fair... '' : ALLS
7. "Life with Father'' writer : DAY
8. Gift for a budding entomologist : ANTFARM
9. Hammered : BEATEN
10. In the old days : ONCE
11. "Phooeyl'' : RATS
12. "Foucault's Pendulum'' author : ECO
13. Walked purposefully : STRODE
14. Mayflower Compact signer : ALDEN
15. Where to pack troubles : YOUROLDFOXBAG
16. Slips : ERRATA
18. Ego : SELF
22. Buffered : EASED
24. Presb. or Epis. : REL
25. Co-host of morning TV : REGIS
31. Agatha Christie's "_____ at End House'' : PERIL
33. Hightailed it : FLED
34. Oyster catch? : PEARL
38. Sentinels : EYERS
39. Robin's hangout? : GOTHAM
40. Organ stop : OBOE
41. Hollywood crosser : VINE
44. Gregarious : SOCIAL
48. Ancient Red Sea kingdom : NUBIA
50. Send : THRILL
51. Bedog : TAIL
52. In _____ (batting poorly) : ASLUMP
54. Ribbed silk fabric : FAILLE
55. Parade : STREAM
56. Praised, in a way : PATTED
57. Filmland's Joe Besser, e.g. : STOOGE
58. Pat Morita film : THEKARATEGOAT
60. Swindle : EUCHRE
61. Rocky debris : SCREE
62. Bit of ammo : PELLET
68. Petrol amounts : LITRES
70. Striped yellow balls, in pool : NINES
71. Retreats : SANCTA
72. Fido and Fluffy : PETS
75. Madrid landmark : PRADO
79. Rock's Billy : IDOL
80. Word from a pen : OINK
81. Sheik Rahman et al. : OMARS
84. Dead : KAPUT
87. Entertains like Hammer : RAPS
90. Catalyst : AGENT
91. Egg tester : CANDLER
93. Was appealing? : PLEADED
94. Defer : SUSPEND
95. Attorney _____ : ATLAW
96. Luther's postings : THESES
98. "Fat Man'' and "Little Boy'' of 1945 : ABOMBS
99. More in order : NEATER
100. Marvel : ODDITY
102. Arabs, perhaps : STEEDS
104. Puts in order : RANKS
107. Ballad ending : EER
108. Knob : NODE
110. Sing : BLAB
111. Soil sweetener : LIME
112. Footnote note : IBID
116. Voice vote : YEA
117. Bird in a herd : EMU
118. G.P.'S org. : AMA

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