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New York Times, Sunday, April 28, 1996

Author: D. C. Baldwin
Editor: Will Shortz
Diane C. Baldwin
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 76 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Ms. Baldwin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Public : OVERT
6. Vending machine items : SODAS
11. "Here I go...!" : GERONIMO
19. Province around Peiping : HOPEH
20. News brief : UPDATE
21. Shows how it happened : REENACTS
22. Quickly, in a grove? : OLIVEASUDDEN
24. Forest friend? : ALDEREGO
25. Punches in : ENTERS
26. Guiding light: Var. : LOADSTAR
28. Guanacos' kin : ALPACAS
31. Demoiselle : GIRL
32. First tiers : AROWS
35. Cutup : FOOLER
36. Like the north wind : BOREAL
38. Dunces : DIMWITS
40. Track passes : LAPS
41. Weather map details : ISOBARS
43. 320 rods : MILE
44. World atlas abbr. : LAT
45. 1960's sports org. : AFL
46. "Slow down" : EASY
47. Dogcatcher's quarry : CUR
48. Wing shape : DELTA
50. "Cry___River" : MEA
51. 1987 Best Actress : CHER
53. Soot mark : SMUDGE
56. It stands for something : NOUN
57. Stray : ERR
58. Listen to the trees? : LINDENEAR
61. Made a basketball foul : ELBOWED
63. Girasol : OPAL
65. Disdainful one : SNEERER
67. Out the window : LOST
68. Turns over a new leaf : REPENTS
71. Logger's "yes"? : OAKYDOKEY
73. Must, with "to" : HAS
76. Highway diversion : EXIT
77. Clown's props : STILTS
79. News : WORD
80. Writer LeShan : EDA
81. Ivy-covered : VINED
83. Bibliographical suffix : ANA
84. Longtime Steelworkers chief : ABEL
86. Custom : WAY
87. Crimson rival : ELI
88. Like some proportions : EPIC
90. Magazine : ARSENAL
93. Pad : DIGS
94. According to Isaiah, it "shall lie down with the kid" : LEOPARD
96. Popular record label : ARISTA
97. 1956 perfect game pitcher Don : LARSEN
99. Take in : SNARE
100. Speak to deaf ears : SIGN
101. Belafonte forte : CALYPSO
102. Trellis climber : ROSEBUSH
105. Like Lindsay Wagner, in 70's TV : BIONIC
107. Timber wolf's little cousin? : PECANESE
110. Evergreen song favorite? : ITHADTOBEYEW
115. Faith : CREDENCE
116. English V.I.P.'s : NOBLES
117. Massey of old films : ILONA
118. Term : SEMESTER
119. Folklore figure : GNOME
120. Astringent fruit : SLOES
1. "What have we here?" : OHO
2. Encyc. part : VOL
3. Prefix with -taph : EPI
4. Makes plain : REVEALS
5. After that : THENCE
6. One down at the heels? : SPUR
7. Sports figures? : ODDS
8. Pop : DAD
9. Workshop : ATELIER
10. Ladies of La Mancha : SENORAS
11. Kind of student : GRAD
12. Collared or jellied dishes : EELS
13. North American hawk : REDTAIL
14. Like some bandits : ONEARMED
15. Slim : NARROW
16. Protection money paid to the police : ICE
17. Get-together: Abbr. : MTG
18. Barcelona bruin : OSO
20. Milks, in a way : USES
23. Electronic game name : ATARI
27. Each and every : ALL
28. Like some hearts : AFLAME
29. Casual shoe : LOAFER
30. Arboreal consensus? : POPLAROPINION
31. Equine hue : GRAY
33. Hard-to-find shade giver? : WILLOWTHEWISP
34. Oscar, for one : STATUE
36. Certifying exams : BOARDS
37. Baby docs : OBS
38. Song from "Cymbeline" : DIRGE
39. Music holder : STAND
42. Viewed : SEEN
43. Strong java : MUD
47. Like pipe tobacco : CURED
49. Hall-of-Famer Slaughter : ENOS
51. Macgregor, for Rob Roy : CLAN
52. Sabers' features : HILTS
53. Pursues : SEEKS
54. George V's wife : MARY
55. "Oklahoma!" aunt : ELLER
59. ___Gay : ENOLA
60. One way to order whisky : NEAT
62. Hopalong Cassidy's portrayer : BOYD
64. N.F.L.'s___ Rozelle Award : PETE
66. "Ivanhoe" damsel : ROWENA
68. Caper : REVEL
69. Members of a diaspora : EXILES
70. Serious : STAID
72. Beverage nut : KOLA
74. Some of Bartlett's quotations : ADAGES
75. Declines : SAYSNO
78. Forbes competitor : INC
82. Pets : DEARONES
84. Part of N.C.A.A.: Abbr. : ASSN
85. Rouge or noir, e.g. : BET
89. On duty : PRESENT
90. Stemming : ARISING
91. Phrase of agreement : RIGHTON
92. Cattle-grazing area : LLANO
93. Kind of battery : DRYCELL
95. Easter festivity : PARADE
96. Sun Devils' sch. : ASU
98. Outs : ALIBIS
101. Nap sacks : COTS
103. Suffix with phosphor : ESCE
104. It's stingo, in British lingo : BEER
105. Soother : BALM
106. "Bonne___!" : IDEE
107. Modern office needs : PCS
108. Before : ERE
109. Woodlawn, e.g.: Abbr. : CEM
111. Cable choice : HBO
112. ___-hoo : YOO
113. Chicago-Detroit dir. : ENE
114. 1937 song "___It Rain?" : WAS

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