ROUND ROBIN

New York Times, Sunday, April 2, 1995

Author: Norman S. Wizer
Editor: Will Shortz
Norman S. Wizer
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 76 Missing: {FJQXZ} This is puzzle # 22 for Mr. Wizer. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Equivalent : SAME
5. Widened at the top, as an urn : EVASE
10. Former : LATE
14. Beer, informally : SUDS
18. Watergate prosecutor Jaworski : LEON
19. "Coming of Age" locale : SAMOA
20. Images : ICONS
22. Pique : SNIT
23. Anglo-Saxon toiler : ESNE
24. Film director Rene : CLAIR
25. Slew : BUNCH
26. Irish author O'Brien : EDNA
27. Period : DOT
28. Word chain #1 (12 wds., coming full circle) : HOUSEPARTYLIN
31. Cackleberry : EGG
32. Bugbears, in Brighton : SPECTRES
34. Charlotte and others : RAES
35. Subways : METROS
37. Drays : CARTS
38. Obscure : BLUR
40. Like Pindar's work : ODIC
41. Ill-fated flier of myth : ICARUS
43. Word chain #2 (7 wds., coming full circle) : BOATYAR
46. Flags : DROOPS
49. Beat poet Gregory : CORSO
50. E.T.O. period : WWII
51. First name in 50's politics : ADLAI
53. Seine scene : VUE
54. Addition : ELL
55. Singer Laine et al. : CLEOS
57. Eastern inn : SERAI
59. Turns abruptly : VEERS
61. A bit overweight : STOUTISH
63. Entertain : DIVERT
64. Viscounts superiors : EARLS
65. Secures : SHUTS
66. Pay dirt : ORE
67. Catty remarks : MEOWS
69. Confidence scheme : STING
72. More antsy : EDGIER
74. Architects : CREATORS
78. Pukalani porch : LANAI
79. Gullywashers : RAINS
80. Discreetly cautious : CHARY
81. Contemporary architect : PEI
82. Delivery initials : UPS
83. Baby admonitions : NONOS
85. It can be gotten out of bed : COAL
86. Trail : SCENT
88. Yield : RETURN
90. See 43-Across : RTSOPRI
93. What players on the bench need? : PIANOS
94. Downwind : ALEE
95. Have _____ good authority : ITON
96. Fancy Dans : DUDES
97. Peace talks city : GENEVA
99. Beginning of the XIII century : MCCI
101. In a calm manner : SERENELY
104. Hgt. : ALT
105. See 28-Across : ODNAHKCABKCIK
109. Bishopric : SEE
110. Cracker spread : PATE
112. Cliffside home : AERIE
113. Certain Slav : CROAT
114. Hot rock : LAVA
115. Summers in Montreal : ETES
116. Kennel cries : YELPS
117. Headdress : TIARA
118. Hebrew measure : OMER
119. Membership on an exchange : SEAT
120. Biblical verb : DOST
121. Ship launcher? : HELEN
122. Girls' magazine : TEEN
1. Coasts : SLEDS
2. Fabulous fellow : AESOP
3. Solitaire card game : MONTECARLO
4. Chemical suffix : ENE
5. Armed protectors : ESCORTS
6. Esteems : VALUES
7. Accumulate : AMASS
8. Fabric for Francoise : SOIE
9. Frontier sheriff : EARP
10. Archives : LIBRARY
11. Crucial : ACUTE
12. June awards : TONYS
13. Env. stuffer : ENCL
14. Mariner's reading : SSE
15. Secret : UNDERCOVER
16. Wild dog : DINGO
17. Single attenders : STAGS
21. Japanese port city : SHIMODA
28. See 28-Across : HTRUOCTHGINREVO
29. In _____ (bogged down) : ARUT
30. See 28-Across : NEDRIVEWAYSIDEK
33. Train components : CARS
36. Madre's brother : TIO
38. _____ de Buologne (Parisian park) : BOIS
39. Medieval French poem : LAI
41. Freezes over : ICES
42. Popular pistol : COLT
43. See 42-Across : BWOHSDAOR
44. Swiss river : AARE
45. See 42-Across : RDARMCHAI
47. Knitting stitch : PURL
48. Mtg. : SESS
50. "Unforgiven," e.g. : WESTERN
52. Verbatim : LITERAL
56. New York inst. : LIU
57. Originates : SIRES
58. For or what follower : EVER
60. Part of 14-Down : EAST
62. Annapolis sch. : USNA
63. Rub out : DOIN
68. Done, to Donne : OER
69. Put-down : SLUR
70. Record : TAPE
71. Lipton product : INSTANTTEA
73. Essential part : GIST
75. Magic entree : OPENSESAME
76. Barr's Cabinet successor : RENO
77. Goes unused : SITS
80. Not the most sophisticated humor : CORN
84. Prescribed dosage : ONEADAY
85. 70's TV "_____ Sharkey" : CPO
87. D-Day city : CAEN
89. Little: Suffix : ULE
91. Most afflicted : SICKEST
92. Pertaining to hearing : OTIC
93. 1606 play of the Shakespeare apocrypha, with "The" : PURITAN
96. Metric area measure : DECARE
97. Stares : GAPES
98. Puff up : ELATE
99. Actress Thomas : MARLO
100. Salsa companion : CHIPS
101. Toast : SKOAL
102. Embankment : LEVEE
103. Ache : YEARN
106. Scholarship criterion : NEED
107. Growth hormone: Abbr. : ACTH
108. Soft cheese : BRIE
111. Educated guess: Abbr. : EST
114. Fate : LOT

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