WORLD WAR TRUE!

New York Times, Sunday, May 7, 1995

Author: Bob Klahn
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Klahn
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Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 162, Blocks: 90 Missing: {QZ} Spans: 5 This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Klahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
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1. Actor Cage : NICOLAS
8. Mosaic piece : TESSERA
15. Belabors : HARPSON
22. "Hubba-hubba!" to Henri : OOHLALA
23. Accepted as payment : HONORED
24. Poe poem set in a "ghoul-haunted woodland" : ULALUME
25. Put out : STEAMED
26. Ran out : ELAPSED
27. To the extent that : SOFARAS
28. The German troops' marching song was adapted from _____ : HARVARDSFIGHTFIGHTFIGHT
31. Purposive : TELIC
32. Miss-named : NEE
33. Rose hip and Red Zinger, e.g. : TEAS
34. Chekhov's "Uncle _____" : VANYA
39. Goddess of night : NOX
40. Province of Latium : ROMA
44. '60s satellite series : ESSA
47. Lock horns with : OPPOSE
49. Poison antidotes : EMETICS
52. Bedroom community : EXURB
56. Hitler's blitzkreig theory was based on the _____ : WORKOFABRITISHHISTORIAN
62. "_____ go, into the..." : OFFWE
63. Switch : LASH
64. _____ Miss : OLE
65. Bara contemporary : NEGRI
66. Gaping opening : MAW
69. Ruins : UNDOES
71. Field marshal Rommel : ERWIN
73. Play by e.e. cummings : HIM
74. Author Robbe-Grillet et al. : ALAINS
77. Puts away : EATS
79. Common Market money : ECUS
80. Page of music : PATTI
82. The first non-British to receive Britain's Dickin Medal for Gallantry was a _____ : CARRIERPIGEONNAMEDGIJOE
87. Din : BABEL
88. Glamour competitor : ELLE
89. Hooks up : WEDS
90. Leaning : ASLANT
91. Solecize : ERR
92. Model's makeup, often : BALSA
94. One who neatens a bed : WEEDER
97. Ottoman V.I.P. : BEY
98. Quarter back : TAILS
101. Letter from Athens : ETA
102. Red letters : USSR
104. Author James and others : AGEES
107. Negotiations leading to the surrender of German troops in Italy _____ : HADTHECODENAMECROSSWORD
114. Plenty angry : FEDUP
115. "CHiPs" chap : ESTRADA
116. Capital on the Tanshui River : TAIPEI
117. Okinawan seaport : NAHA
120. Blue hue : CYAN
121. White pages abbr. : RES
124. 1976 Beach Boys tune : ITSOK
125. Refuges : ARKS
129. "Prince _____" ("Aladdin" song) : ALI
131. Pretend to be : ACTAS
133. The BBC promoted V-for-Victory in musical Morse code by frequenty broadcasting _____ : BEETHOVENSFIFTHSYMPHONY
145. Pennsylvania Railroad city : ALTOONA
146. Flower petals, collectively : COROLLA
147. '60s TV western : LARAMIE
148. French auto : CITROEN
149. Biblical liar : ANANIAS
150. Blue books? : EROTICA
151. Here and there, to Pierre : ICIETLA
152. Nerve impulse point : SYNAPSE
153. Fishermen's patron : STPETER
1. Raid the refigerator : NOSH
2. Tiniest bit : IOTA
3. Oscar winner as Loretta Castorini : CHER
4. One of five Norwegian kings : OLAV
5. Priest of the East : LAMA
6. Argus-eyed : ALERT
7. Turn blue? : SADDEN
8. Bernard Malamud Pulitzer winner, 1967 : THEFIXER
9. Wind-borne : EOLIC
10. Catch : SNAG
11. Year in school: Abbr. : SOPH
12. Once, once : ERST
13. Wreck of the Hesperus cause : REEF
14. Mix with, as seasonings : ADDIN
15. Sudden silences : HUSHES
16. Gobs : ALOT
17. Disreputable people, for short : RAFF
18. Pigtail : PLAIT
19. Groundswell : SURGE
20. D-Day beachhead : OMAHA
21. They're for the birds : NESTS
29. Cautionary sign : SLO
30. "I didn't know that!" : GEE
34. Profession : VOW
35. V-mail address : APO
36. "All Things Considered" network : NPR
37. Julian's stepmother : YOKO
38. Starting : ASOF
40. Try, try again? : RETASTE
41. Safety elevator inventor : OTIS
42. _____-Mokwa ("Hiawatha" bear) : MISHE
43. "Oh!" de Cologne : ACH
45. Clique : SET
46. Nerve impulse conduit : AXON
48. Pour forth : EFFUSE
50. Rental checks? : MILEAGES
51. "The Price Is Right" display : SHOWCASE
53. Scottish actress Mary : URE
54. Part of a combination : RIGHTJAB
55. Figaro in "The Barber of Seville" : BARITONE
57. Bristle : AWN
58. Nap sack? : BED
59. Pelvis part : ILIUM
60. Brains : SENSE
61. Overabundance : NIMIETY
66. King Duncan's killer : MACBETH
67. Title poem of a Poe book : ALAARAAF
68. Marrier in haste, maybe : WARBRIDE
70. Amorous glance: Fr. : OEILLADE
72. Depicted : RENDERED
75. High dudgeon : IRE
76. Zilch : NIL
78. Foment : SOW
80. Some movie ratings : PGS
81. Languish : AIL
83. Old fiddle : REBEC
84. Dialogue writer : PLATO
85. Anchor, perhaps : NEWSMAN
86. "_____ Thou Now O Soul" (Whitman poem) : DAREST
93. Unc's mate : AUNTY
95. Patriotic org. : DAR
96. Maniacal leader : EGO
99. Former Ford : LTD
100. Opposite of seek : SHUN
103. Hall and Oates' "_____ Smile" : SARA
105. Morales of "La Bamba" : ESAI
106. "M*A*S*H" Emmy winner : SWIT
108. Fuel efficiency rater: Abbr. : EPA
109. Helpful PC key : ESC
110. Clichéd climax of a movie thriller : CARCHASE
111. Photo _____ : OPS
112. Stutz Bearcat contemporary : REO
113. Cartoonist Browne : DIK
118. Morro Castle site : HAVANA
119. Brighton brew : ALE
122. Visitors from afar : ETS
123. "Eight Men Out" director John : SAYLES
125. They're to be counted on : ABACI
126. Collector's item : RELIC
127. "Look Homeward, Angel" dramatist _____ Frings : KETTI
128. Accumulation : STORE
130. Kon-Tiki worshipers : INCAS
131. Oversized library volume : ATLAS
132. Like some bombs : SMART
134. Laugh and a half : HOOT
135. Scott Turow book : ONEL
136. Company co-founded by Akio Morita : SONY
137. Ollie's biggest friend : FRAN
138. Hebrides island : IONA
139. Impertinent : FLIP
140. Plaything : PROP
141. "I have seen war...I _____ war": F.D.R. : HATE
142. Strike out : OMIT
143. Congenial : NICE
144. 1945, for one : YEAR

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