OUT OF THEIR ELEMENT

New York Times, Sunday, October 16, 1994

Author: Raymond Hamel
Editor: Will Shortz
Raymond Hamel
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 132, Blocks: 70 Missing: {JQWZ} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Hamel. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Language from which "bog" is derived : GAELIC
7. Peer Gynt's Arabic love : ANITRA
13. Begin a losing streak : GOCOLD
19. Part of the iris : AREOLA
20. Fish that spawns at high tide : GRUNION
21. Galileo's muse : URANIA
22. "Noises Off" and others : FARCES
23. Phantom : EIDOLON
24. Shred : TATTER
25. Unexpected hitch : FLYINTHEOINTMENT
28. Commercial _____ : CODE
29. Little terror of children's literature : ELOISE
30. "Little Rascals" creator Hal : ROACH
32. Car ad abbr. : APR
35. Cubemeister Rubik : ERNO
36. Fold : PLAIT
39. German metaphysicist : HEGEL
43. Brooklyn Bridge engineer : ROEBLING
46. Intended : FIANCE
47. "All systems _____!" : AREGO
48. Secures : ATTAINS
49. _____-weenie : TEENIE
50. Activities : DOINGS
51. 1983 Michael Jackson hit : BEATIT
52. "America's Most Wanted" info : ALIAS
53. Fever : HOTNESS
54. Pearl Harbor tributes : LEIS
55. Arrest : HAULIN
58. Judicial writ : ELEGIT
60. Adds spice to : ENLIVENS
62. Rock group with a blissful-sounding name : XTC
64. Hairlike : TRICHOID
68. Spiff up : NEATEN
70. "Green Mansions" novelist William Henry _____ : HUDSON
72. Crossword bird : ERNE
73. "Chilly Scenes of Winter" author : BEATTIE
76. In _____ (unborn) : UTERO
78. Three times : THRICE
80. Robin Hood, e.g. : ARCHER
81. Toast to one's health : PROSIT
82. "Man of _____" : THEYEAR
83. Track athlete : MILER
84. "A Girl Named _____" (1962 film) : TAMIKO
85. Fakery : PRETENSE
86. Kind of tank : SCUBA
87. Agreement : UNITY
88. Head material, perhaps : FOAM
89. Your: Fr. : TES
90. On the mother's side of the family : ENATE
92. East Indian sailor : LASCAR
94. Seed covering : ARIL
97. Clumsy one : BULLINACHINASHOP
105. Freshwater minnow : REDFIN
107. Crescent-shaped window : LUNETTE
108. Levi Strauss rival : GITANO
109. Tenor Jan : PEERCE
110. Type of afferent nerve : EXCITOR
111. _____ Institute (self-improvement group) : ESALEN
112. St. George, for one : SLAYER
113. Casino employee : DEALER
114. Not uniform : RAGTAG
1. Kind of sail : GAFF
2. Asian sea : ARAL
3. Spine-tingling: Var. : EERY
4. Points : LOCI
5. Actress Graff : ILENE
6. Impossible dream : CASTLEINTHEAIR
7. Recitative song : ARIOSO
8. Blue picture : NUDIE
9. Sharing, as a secret : INON
10. Type of steering : TILT
11. Ship cabin : ROOM
12. "The Vampire Lestat" writer : ANNERICE
13. Architectural drop : GUTTA
14. Jody's mother in "The Yearling" : ORA
15. Best seller of 1951, with "The" : CATCHERINTHERYE
16. Aware of : ONTO
17. Emulated Ananais : LIED
18. Throw down the gauntlet : DARE
20. Turning right : GEEING
26. Brass : HORNS
27. Score unit : NOTE
31. In disarray : CHAOTIC
32. Fit for farming : ARABLE
33. Irish moonshine : POTEEN
34. Sears speciality : RETAIL
36. High hopes : PIEINTHESKY
37. _____ Lang (Superbody's girlfriend) : LANA
38. Aromatic seed : ANISE
40. Kind of pool : GENE
41. Shirred items : EGGS
42. Destruction : LOSS
44. What crazy people have : BATSINTHEBELFRY
45. Weeks per annum? : LII
46. Name of four Popes : FELIX
49. Chess champ Mikhail : TAL
50. Selfish one : DOGINTHEMANGER
53. Lifesaver : HERO
56. Buy into a poker game : ANTE
57. Apply : USE
59. O.T.C. grads, perhaps : LTS
61. One who's seen combat : VETERAN
63. Antique shop item : CURIO
65. Get situated : ORIENT
66. If : INCASE
67. Some lawn mowers : DEERES
69. "The Flying Finn" : NURMI
71. Telegraph bit : DOT
73. Sounds of impact : BAMS
74. Lexicographer Partridge : ERIC
75. Defendant's friend, often: Abbr. : ACLU
77. Words after "hop" or "get around" : TOIT
79. Angry, with "up" : HET
81. Like a den, often : PANELLED
82. Actress Lords : TRACI
84. "Swan Lake" garb : TUTU
85. More extravagant : POSHER
88. Five to ten, e.g.? : FACTOR
91. Yokum boy : ABNER
92. Milk, in Milano : LATTE
93. Mrs. Gorbachev : RAISA
94. Dadaist pieces : ARPS
95. Projectionist's need : REEL
96. Inkling : IDEA
98. Elegance : LUXE
99. Quechua ruler : INCA
100. Buzz's lunar partner : NEIL
101. Bellows painting "_____ at Sharkey's" : STAG
102. Guard's cry : HALT
103. Eminently draftable : ONEA
104. Pioneering video game : PONG
106. The rocks in "on the rocks" : ICE

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