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New York Times, Sunday, May 29, 1994

Author: Janet R. Bender
Editor: Will Shortz
Janet R. Bender
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 70 Missing: {JQXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 4 for Ms. Bender. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Subject of the film "Sweet Dreams" : CLINE
6. Nonpoisonous : SAFE
10. Showed contempt : SPAT
14. Move, in a way : AWE
17. Facilitated : AIDED
18. Encumber : CRAMP
20. Colin Dexter's inspector : MORSE
21. Grazing ground : LEA
22. Why Mr. Martin isn't popular on Memorial Day? : STEVELAMSMALEVETS
25. Fish with long jaws : GAR
26. Coach : TRAINER
27. Drift : TENOR
28. "Maisie" star : SOTHERN
30. Successfully persuade : SELL
31. Michaels and McGuire : ALS
33. Hoglike critters : TAPIRS
35. Mountain home : AERIE
36. Pro : ADEPT
38. Plantation homes : MANORS
40. "Hogwash!" : LIES
41. Impolite goodbye : SCRAM
45. What the quality control chief did at the Japanese auto plant? : TRAPATOYOTAPART
48. Allan Folsom's "_____ After Tomorrow" : THEDAY
50. "The King" portrayer : YUL
51. Some cocktails : SOURS
52. _____ scale : RICHTER
54. Arthur Murray lesson : SAMBA
58. Brit. honorary initials : MBE
59. Where "Hatikvah" is sung: Abbr. : ISR
62. Bonne _____ (clever thought) : IDEE
63. Disparity : GAP
65. Impends : NEARS
67. Vice President John _____ Garner : NANCE
69. Why Mr. Beatty's fragrant herbs get trampled? : NEDRAGESINANISEGARDEN
74. Esurience : GREED
75. Vogue : TREND
76. Jihad : WAR
77. Dryer residue : LINT
78. Radiator sound : SSS
79. "_____ now!" : ACT
82. Romance scene : TRYST
84. Pink : ROSEATE
86. Take in : SNARE
88. W.W. I inits. : AEF
90. Person in a circle, maybe : WINNER
91. What the tipsy Oscar artist couldn't do? : DRAWALEVELAWARD
98. Infers : READS
99. Ethnic music : RAGA
100. Agnew and others : SPIROS
101. City west of Manchester : KEENE
103. Oven brand : AMANA
105. Magnet alloy : ALNICO
107. Stowe's Little _____ : EVA
108. Shot : DRAM
112. Shine : GLISTEN
114. Uneven : EROSE
116. Extra : OVERAGE
118. "A Spy in the House of Love" author : NIN
119. Why the Burbank train derailed? : LENOSETAGATESONEL
122. Nav. rank : ENS
123. "_____ you glad...?" : ARENT
124. Go smoothly : SKATE
125. Adm. Byrd book : ALONE
126. Eastern holiday : TET
127. Soft drink : SODA
128. Soft drinks : ADES
129. Arms supplies? : ULNAE
1. Signature sites : CASTS
2. Petrol quantity : LITRE
3. Pinnacle : IDEAL
4. Novelist Shute : NEVIL
5. Old New York tourist site, _____ Musee : EDEN
6. Showing deep embarassment : SCARLET
7. Inlet : ARM
8. "Spartacus" author : FAST
9. Ant : EMMET
10. Supreme ruler: Abbr. : SOV
11. Part of the White House : PRESSROOM
12. Regarding : ASTO
13. Seed cover : TESTA
14. Berber's home : ALGERIA
15. Not as energetic : WEARIER
16. Pledge money, at law : EARNEST
19. Summer hat : PANAMA
20. Fine yarn : MERINO
23. Hindrance for Superman : LEAD
24. Pitchy Steady Eddie : LOPAT
29. Subsidizes : HELPS
32. Still active : SPRY
34. Orbison and Rogers : ROYS
36. Latin I verb : AMAT
37. Elementary particles : TAUS
39. Proof of purchase, maybe : STUB
41. "Elevator music" music : STRINGS
42. Faultfinders : CHIDERS
43. Abates : RECEDES
44. Stick : ADHERE
46. Filofax : PLANNER
47. Bout locale : ARENA
49. Old-fashioned criminal : YEGG
53. Actress Charlotte : RAE
55. A successor to Gompers : MEANY
56. Shop tool : BANDSAW
57. Biblical lion : ARI
59. Archeologist Jones : INDIANA
60. Like some candles : SCENTED
61. Share-croppers : RENTERS
64. "Hey!" : PST
66. Compass dir. : SSW
68. Actress Francis : ARLENE
70. Turkish city : ADANA
71. N.Y.C. subway : IRT
72. Canal site : EAR
73. Mushroom : GROW
80. Hall-of-Famer Hubbard and others : CALS
81. Used a surgical saw : TREPANNED
83. Shipbuilder's choice : TEAK
85. King : SIRE
86. Spenser's bird "of goodly hue" : SWANS
87. Kind of eye : EVIL
89. Exempt : FREE
91. Fishing device : DRAGNET
92. Nautical rope : RAMLINE
93. Facing : AGAINST
94. English poet Dowson : ERNEST
95. Nantes's river : LOIRE
96. Annual racing events : ASCOTS
97. Allocates : DEVOTES
102. Pew locale : NAVE
104. Africa's _____ Mountains : ATLAS
106. City known for its puppet theater : OSAKA
108. Comical : DROLL
109. Wouldn't stop : RANON
110. Satellite launcher : AGENA
111. Brawl : MELEE
113. Architect Saarinen : EERO
115. "Holy moly!" : EGAD
117. Genesis name : ESAU
120. Three _____ match : ONA
121. Had : ATE

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