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New York Times, Sunday, December 4, 1994

Author: Robert H. Wolfe
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert H. Wolfe
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 76 Missing: {Z} This is puzzle # 26 for Mr. Wolfe. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Supreme : HEAD
5. Ohio political clan : TAFTS
10. Tots' pops : DADAS
15. Thus: Lat. : SIC
18. Historic island : ELLIS
20. Neighbor of Taurus : ORION
21. Sorbonne, par exemple : ECOLE
22. Thoughtful interjection : HMM
23. Baseball's Little Colonel : REESE
24. Kind of bar : PIANO
25. Narrow furrow : STRIA
26. W.W. II org. : OPA
27. "_____ that this too too solid flesh would melt" : OEXCLAMATIONPOINT
30. Paul Scott novels "The _____ Quartet" : RAJ
31. Staffs anew : REMANS
32. Met tenor, 1941-66 : PEERCE
33. Allied victory site, 7/18/44 : STLO
34. Dotted, as a coat of arms : SEME
37. Fool : ASS
38. Consternations : FEARS
39. _____ torte : SACHER
41. Player for the angels? : HARPIST
43. Three-time American League M.V.P. : BERRA
44. Old college, e.g. : TRY
45. Syrian chief and namesakes : ASSADS
46. _____ favor : POR
47. Sixth-century date : DII
50. "Fantasia" dancer : HIPPO
53. Sleep: Prefix : HYPNO
54. Had not been : WASNAPOSTROPHET
58. Food whose name means "lightning" : ECLAIR
60. Cabinet dept. : AGR
61. Cries of surprise : OHOS
62. Inventory abbr. : ETC
63. Playwright Christopher : FRY
64. Column ending : IST
65. Overseas denial : NAE
66. Part of overalls : BIB
67. Some clinic workers: Abbr. : RNS
68. Skater Babilonia : TAI
69. Half of sechs : DREI
70. It's often cast : DIE
71. Comeback : ANSWER
73. "Repeat the name, please" : WHOQUESTIONMARK
77. "That's _____ question" : AFAIR
80. Make sense : ADDUP
81. O'Hara's "_____ North Frederick" : TEN
82. Some cards, for short : IDS
83. Shrink : CRINGE
84. West of Brooklyn : MAE
85. Breaks, in a way : TAMES
88. Induce : BRINGON
89. Noted puppeteers : BAIRDS
92. Michener best-seller : TEXAS
93. "You know what..." : SAY
94. Space prefix : AERO
95. Ethel, to John Jr. : AUNT
96. Render : TEARER
98. Old-time actress Pringle : AILEEN
100. _____ Lanka : SRI
101. 1968 Woodward film : RACHELCOMMARACHEL
106. "Mazel _____!" : TOV
107. Hoopster Gilmore : ARTIS
108. Burst : ERUPT
109. Rodeo rope : RIATA
110. Before : ERE
111. Implied : MEANT
112. Discombobulated : ATSEA
113. Tiny tantrums : SNITS
114. Women's org. : DAR
115. _____ Ababa : ADDIS
116. Clientele : USERS
117. Near-rapture : GLEE
1. Much-admired sandwich? : HERO
2. Riverboat Robert _____ : ELEE
3. Michael in "Family Ties" : ALEX
4. Bankbook balancer's problem : DISCREPANCY
5. Part of a fore-and-after : TOPMAST
6. Parliament chasers : ARIANS
7. Formal orders : FIATS
8. Singer Basil : TONI
9. Spy : SNOOPER
10. Outlaw : DESPERADO
11. Hunt and Peck : ACTORS
12. Alternative to Corinthian : DORIC
13. Puts straight : ALINES
14. Hassock : SEAT
15. Like some missiles : SHORTHYPHENRANGE
16. Stick : IMPALE
17. Key of Sibelius' Symphony No. 7 : CMAJOR
19. Bosox pitcher Aaron : SELE
28. Roll up : AMASS
29. About : NEAR
33. Collectible money : SCRIP
34. Former potentate : SHAH
35. Good-tempered : EASY
36. Wyler film of 1942 : MRSPERIODMINIVER
38. 1976 Abba hit : FERNANDO
40. Greece's Mount _____ : ATHOS
42. Poster subject : IDOL
43. Jackson and others : BOS
46. In sections : PARTITE
48. Lines from Willard Scott : ISOBARS
49. Postulate of 1637 : ITHINK
51. Strokes : PETS
52. Financial page abbr. : OTC
54. Most sapient : WISEST
55. 1949 Doris Day hit : AGAIN
56. Incubator babies : PREEMIES
57. Knocks over : ROBS
59. It follows a million : AIRE
63. Saudi king : FAHD
67. Mortgage holder's action : REFINANCING
68. United rival : TWA
69. Flimflammed : DUPED
72. African board game : WARI
74. Oil can, maybe : QUART
75. Fascinations : INTERESTS
76. Spots : ADS
78. Soviet scientist Kurchatov : IGOR
79. Gambling haven : RENO
83. Actor Jon : CRYER
86. Skating pioneer Paulsen : AXEL
87. Creator of the character Bip : MARCEAU
88. Tropical trees used in golf ball manufacture : BALATAS
89. Helped brown the turkey : BASTED
90. Light show : AURORA
91. Gaped : STARED
92. Sesame seed paste : TAHINI
93. Smirk : SIMPER
97. Outward, to an anatomist : ECTAD
98. Divert : AMUSE
99. Up to one's _____ : EARS
101. Hindu epic hero : RAMA
102. The makings of a stew : ORTS
103. Rain hard? : HAIL
104. Wagon add-on : ETTE
105. Emit coherent light : LASE

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