VANITY FARE

New York Times, Sunday, November 5, 1995

Author: Dean Niles
Editor: Will Shortz
Dean Niles
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 70 Missing: {JKQZ} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Niles. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Rod with a bat : CAREW
6. Switchblades : SHIVS
11. It's not wanted : ANATHEMA
19. English architect Jones : INIGO
20. "Clueless" star Silverstone : ALICIA
21. #1 Helen Reddy hit : IAMWOMAN
22. Classic Whitman poem : SONGOFMYSELF
24. Fourth-century pope : LIBERIUS
25. Franklin Mint ware : PLATES
26. Bulldozer, in Brighton : LEVELLER
28. Burgs : HAMLETS
31. Manhandled : PAWED
32. Bull, of a sort : EDICT
35. Hydrosphere components : OCEANS
36. It's catching : LARIAT
38. Snaffle bit : BRIDOON
40. Supermarket check : SCAN
41. Process of mountain formation : OROGENY
43. Scottish Gaelic : ERSE
44. "I didn't know that!" : GEE
45. Fifty past : TENTO
47. 1955 "Fifty Million Times _____" : ADAY
48. Crimson rival : ELI
49. Mikhail's wife : RAISA
51. _____ (Kookie) Byrnes : EDD
52. New London-based org. : USCG
54. Former First Family : NIXONS
57. Clink : STIR
58. Eagle, e.g. : LEM
59. George Meredith novel : THEEGOIST
62. Some martinis : GIBSONS
64. Film character with the voice of Frank Oz : YODA
66. Upkeep : SUPPORT
68. Kind of hand, in euchre : LONE
69. Confers : BESTOWS
72. "Hannah and Her Sisters" star : MIAFARROW
74. Campers : RVS
77. Curriculum range : ELHI
78. Tyke : MOPPET
80. N.C.A.A. regional : EAST
81. Piece : GAT
82. Early summers : ABACI
84. Fleur-de-_____ : LIS
85. Hua's successor : DENG
87. Convex molding : OVOLO
89. _____ grass : SOD
90. Site for a seat of honor : DAIS
92. Curtailed cone, in geometry : FRUSTUM
95. Abecedary phrase : ASIN
96. Doubly : TWOFOLD
98. Taken care of : SEENTO
99. Charge : ACCUSE
101. Peachy-keen : SWELL
102. Red Sea republic : YEMEN
103. Hangdog : ASHAMED
104. Well-thought-out : RATIONAL
106. "Adam's Rib" co-playwright _____ Kanin : GARSON
108. Examination : SCRUTINY
111. Louis XIV affirmation : LETATCESTMOI
116. Pavarotti encore : OSOLEMIO
117. Radar blips : ECHOES
118. Jean Renoir film heroine : ELENA
119. Some night life : CABARETS
120. Pizzazz : STYLE
121. Lycra cousin : NYLON
1. Successor to the U.S.S.R. : CIS
2. "It's _____ win situation" : ANO
3. _____ Tin Tin : RIN
4. Shade of purple : EGGPLANT
5. Providing warmth, perhaps : WOOLEN
6. Roy Rogers a k a Leonard _____ : SLYE
7. Boo follower : HISS
8. Protection money, in slang : ICE
9. Heavy : VILLAIN
10. A&P competitor : SAFEWAY
11. Had something the matter : AILED
12. Finalize, with "down" : NAIL
13. Strollers : AMBLERS
14. More outdoorsy, as fashion : TWEEDIER
15. Abominable : HORRID
16. Longtime record label : EMI
17. When repeated, a Kenyan revolutionary : MAU
18. Years, in Thiers : ANS
20. Lbs. and qts., e.g. : AMTS
23. 1980 Dom DeLuise film : FATSO
27. Check for accuracy : VET
28. Traveler's stop : HOSTEL
29. Give in : ACCEDE
30. Old Ted Lewis standard : MEANDMYSHADOW
31. Game in the woods? : PREY
33. Descartes axiom : COGITOERGOSUM
34. Walks oddly : TOESIN
36. Registers, as a complaint : LODGES
37. _____ Khan : AGA
38. Get, pricewise : BRING
39. Verges on : NEARS
42. Heat : RACE
43. "Telephone Line" rock grp. : ELO
46. Top : OUTDO
48. Newsy's special : EXTRA
50. Club: Abbr. : ASSN
53. Early woodwind : SHAWM
54. Almost catch, as the heels : NIPAT
55. "Time _____ the essence" : ISOF
56. Outbuildings : SILOS
60. Forrest's folks : GUMPS
61. Ron Howard TV role : OPIE
63. Honor, in a way : BOWTO
65. Suffix with psych- : OTIC
67. City in northern Italia : TRENTO
69. 1991 Disney prince : BEAST
70. Acts pushy : ELBOWS
71. Cubic : SOLID
73. Saucy name? : RAGU
75. Carry-on item : VALISE
76. Ripped : STONED
79. Mathematical constants : PIS
83. Devotee : IDOLATER
85. Comedienne Nora : DUNN
86. '70s teaching : EST
88. With an empty expression : VACANTLY
91. Unsurpassed : ALLTIME
92. Cows and sows : FEMALES
93. Opposite of send packing : REELECT
94. Pool shot : MASSE
97. Punishing rod: Var. : FERULA
98. Hatfield or Coats, e.g.: Abbr. : SEN
100. On the A-list : CHOSEN
102. Ninnies : YOYOS
103. Meteors' paths : ARCS
105. Orig. : INIT
106. "The Ballad of Reading _____" : GAOL
107. To _____ (precisely) : ATEE
108. Part of ASCAP: Abbr. : SOC
109. 1860s abbr. : CSA
110. Fleece : ROB
112. "_____ will be done..." : THY
113. N.F.L.'s Blount : MEL
114. "Sail _____ Ship of State!" : ONO
115. Author Fleming : IAN

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