PARTING WORDS

New York Times, Sunday, March 10, 1996

Author: F & L Sabin
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 68 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 10 for Ms. Sabin. This is puzzle # 121 for Mr. Sabin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Place for a heeler (or a healer) : WARD
5. Understanding : GRASP
10. Condo ad abbr. : RMS
13. "Northern Exposure" setting : ALASKA
19. Art forger's aid : AGER
20. Bluffs : HILLS
21. Gobble : EAT
22. Prepared horses' hooves for shoeing : RASPED
23. F IDE LIT Y : DIVIDEDLOYALTY
26. Like a dame : TITLED
27. Takes up : ELEVATES
28. Bomb vestige : CRATER
30. Colorless people : DRIPS
31. Yields : RELENTS
32. Jazz trumpeter Baker et al. : CHETS
33. Wooer of Merope, in myth : ORION
35. Generous and strong-willed one, supposedly : LEO
36. Nightclub : BOITE
37. Bulwark : MAINSTAY
40. Donkey's uncles : ASSES
43. A CTO RS : MINCEDHAMS
45. Hurricane heading : ESE
46. Schubert composition : LIED
47. Algid : COLD
48. Part of a three-weapon competition : EPEE
49. Counterpart of a Mlle. : SRTA
50. Weisshorn, e.g. : ALP
51. SA LL Y : BROKENFIELD
55. Decathlete Johnson : RAFER
56. Procrastinators : STALLERS
58. Flee with a flame : ELOPE
59. Grinders : MOLARS
60. Disturb : ROUSE
61. "Skedaddle!" : GIT
62. Parisian puffing stuff : TABAC
63. Percussion sticks that accompany dancing : CLAVES
65. San Diego founder Junipero : SERRA
67. New Jersey statehouse name : CHRISTIE
70. Redirect : ALTER
71. FIL T ER : SPLITSCREEN
73. Tick off : IRE
74. He KO'd Carnera, 6/14/34 : BAER
75. To___(precisely) : ATEE
76. "ER" medic : ROSS
77. 1935 Rodgers and Hart song : SOON
78. Question in a defensive reply : AMI
79. C LI NCH : CRACKEDICE
83. Backside : FANNY
84. "Stag at Bay" painter : LANDSEER
87. Sayyid's subjects : ARABS
88. Spare unit : PIN
89. Leave off : CEASE
90. Hornless cow : ANGUS
91. Part of Jesus' attire : SANDALS
95. Wear : SPORT
97. Transfer : PASSON
99. Maine symbol : PINETREE
100. Mailer's "The___of the Night" : ARMIES
102. FA NT AS Y : SHATTEREDDREAM
104. Den box : TEEVEE
105. Perfect, in a way : TEN
106. Ecole-ite? : ELEVE
107. MCI and CCC : ANNI
108. Monk of yore : ESSENE
109. Light conditions : ONS
110. Closer to maturity : RIPER
111. Puppy pleasers : PATS
1. Ibis, e.g. : WADER
2. Twinkletoed : AGILE
3. Live it up : REVEL
4. Talked childishly : DRIVELED
5. Isolated area : GHETTO
6. Luna Park attractions : RIDES
7. "___right with the world!": Browning : ALLS
8. Road alert : SLO
9. ___Friends Network : PSYCHIC
10. Familial : RELATED
11. Dillon and others : MATTS
12. Ocular woe : STYE
13. Bach's "The___of the Fugue" : ART
14. Stored : LAIDIN
15. Lone Star pros : ASTROS
16. CLI Q UE : SPLINTERFACTION
17. Castle section : KEEP
18. Dubs in : ADDS
24. Ophelia and Laertes : DANES
25. Geological feature : ARETE
29. Peregrinated : ROAMED
32. ___Nast : CONDE
34. Shine's partner : RISE
36. Scams, in a way : BILKS
37. Common street name : MAPLE
38. It has a yellow disk : ASTER
39. Vineyard data : YEARS
40. Gloomy Gus's expression : ALAS
41. Delta builder : SILT
42. SA LA RIES : SEPARATEINCOMES
43. "Roger & Me" creator Michael : MOORE
44. Smarmy Dickens character : HEEP
47. Peppery green : CRESS
49. Palacio divisions : SALAS
51. Further down? : BLUER
52. Pola of the silents : NEGRI
53. Mischievous miss : FLIRT
54. Bits : IOTAS
55. Falstaff's page in "The Merry Wives of Windsor" : ROBIN
57. One in St. Valentine's care : LOVER
59. Parts of stable families : MARES
62. "___Foolish Things" : THESE
63. Conspiracy : CABAL
64. Zoo animal : LLAMA
65. Fish in a way : SPEAR
66. Volta's subj. : ELEC
67. Swamp swimmers : CROCS
68. Part of multivitamin : IRON
69. Counter's opening : EENY
71. 1979 and '82 Oscar winner : STREEP
72. Plagiarizes : CRIBS
75. Blackjack bases : ACES
77. Bogey territory : SANDTRAP
80. Amelia Earhart and Mort Walker, e.g. : KANSANS
81. Crop problem : ERGOT
82. Intimidating sort : DAUNTER
83. Let off easy, maybe : FINED
85. Infer : DERIVE
86. Lustrous fabric : SATEEN
88. Cater (to) : PANDER
90. Looking scared : ASHEN
91. Not much of a blockade : SIEVE
92. Circus site : ARENA
93. Canted : LEANT
94. Tourney stage : SEMIS
95. Fill : SATE
96. C.E.O. : PRES
98. Regarding : ASTO
99. Attend Andover, e.g. : PREP
101. Meet a raise : SEE
103. Cantab's rival : ELI

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