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New York Times, Sunday, May 8, 1994

Author: Ralph G. Beaman
Editor: Will Shortz
Ralph G. Beaman
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 74 Missing: {FVXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. Beaman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Waltzed : DANCED
7. Unrefined petroleums : CRUDES
13. Overshadow : UPSTAGE
20. One of the Dionnes : EMILIE
21. Famous flight, A.D. 622 : HEGIRA
22. Took turns : ROTATED
23. Ashtray emptiers : SILENTBUTLERS
25. Wall Street worries : CRASHES
26. Think of it! : IDEA
27. Step 2 for a marksman : AIM
28. Citizens: Suffix : ITES
29. Kingdom's worth, to Richard III : HORSE
30. Shaving mishap : NICK
32. Bassoon, e.g. : REED
33. Stopped talking, finally : LISTENED
36. Cabalist's caution : MUMSTHEWORD
40. "From Here to Eternity" author James : JONES
41. Steam : IRE
42. Duelers' equipment : EPEES
43. Dashboard reading, for short : RPM
44. Kind of cross : TAU
45. He wrote "The Postman Always Rings Twice" : CAIN
46. Actor Beatty and others : NEDS
47. Part of Longfellow's forest primeval : MURMURINGPINES
53. Magician's name suffix : INI
54. Police support org. : PBA
57. Revolutionary Trotsky : LEON
58. Kind of geometry : SOLID
59. Byron's "calculating" daughter : ADA
60. Twaddle : ROT
61. Old Mideast inits. : UAR
62. Sorry folks : ATONERS
65. Beatles lyric of 1964 : LETMEWHISPERINYOUREAR
71. Merchants : DEALERS
72. Much of "Deck the Halls" : LAS
73. Supreme ruler: Abbr. : EMP
74. Status follower : QUO
75. 1960 NASA launch : TIROS
76. Microscopic organism : ALGA
77. Baseball's Cobb and others : TYS
78. Dieci minus nove : UNO
79. 1942 Joe E. Brown comedy : SHUTMYBIGMOUTH
84. River isle : AITS
85. Word before and after "against" : HOPE
86. Border : LIP
87. Colorful moths : IOS
89. Stop, in Quebec : ARRET
90. Double twist : ESS
91. Masquerades : BALLS
94. Kitchen contraptions : DUMBWAITERS
97. Court player : ATTORNEY
99. Loudness unit : SONE
100. 160 square rods : ACRE
101. Calibrate : ALIGN
102. Ersatz bankers : ATMS
103. Kind of lamp : ARC
104. Ethnic music : RAGA
108. Jot : SMIDGEN
110. 1955 Graham Greene novel, with "The" : QUIETAMERICAN
113. Terrestrial : EARTHLY
114. Not close, once : UNNEAR
115. In disgrace : SHAMED
116. Nash contemporaries : DESOTOS
117. Pronto : ATONCE
118. Alone : SOLELY
1. First name in TV comedy : DESI
2. During : AMID
3. "Cleopatra" setting : NILE
4. Scours : CLEANSES
5. "A" as in Aachen : EIN
6. Separate : DETACH
7. Playmate : CHUM
8. Emeritus: Abbr. : RET
9. More hostile : UGLIER
10. Followed the Pritikin plan : DIETED
11. Made slips : ERRED
12. Be disrespectful to : SASS
13. Imp : URCHIN
14. Full of tiny holes : POROSE
15. Blasts off : STARTS
16. Cafe order : TASSE
17. Pericles or Socrates : ATHENIAN
18. Right command : GEE
19. Actor Harris and others : EDS
24. Hell's Angel : BIKER
31. "_____ So Easy" ('77 pop hit) : ITS
32. Wolf boy? : ROMULUS
33. St. _____ (Missouri native) : LOUISAN
34. Enemy of the Iroquois : ERIE
35. Libraries : DENS
36. Servant : MENIAL
37. Capsized : UPENDED
38. Settle : MEDIATE
39. Typist's speed: Abbr. : WPM
40. Cookie _____ : JAR
44. Cask : TUN
45. It may be hard or sweet : CIDER
48. Bring in : REAP
49. Sour cherry : MORELLO
50. Answer to "Are we there?" : NOTYET
51. Like Poe settings : GLOOMY
52. Barracks items : PINUPS
54. Heat, of a sort : PRELIM
55. Big Apple area : BOWERY
56. Pulsating : ATHROB
63. Lack : REQUIRE
64. Stroll : SAUNTER
66. Photo option : MATTE
67. Clowns around : ISSILLY
68. Prego competitor : RAGU
69. "There _____ and place for everything" : ISATIME
70. Sleeping spots : ROOSTS
76. Bit of gear for a rock tour : AMP
79. Queens stadium : SHEA
80. Party fellow : HOST
81. In the brain, so to speak : UPSTAIRS
82. Dogfaces : GIS
83. Play _____ with (make trouble for) : HOB
84. Major, as a road : ARTERIAL
88. Throng : SWARM
89. Auto option, informally : AIR
91. Brainy : BRIGHT
92. Boxing trainer _____ Dundee : ANGELO
93. Bruce and others : LENNYS
94. One in line for a fall : DOMINO
95. Invisible : UNSEEN
96. Public _____ : ACCESS
98. "You're never too _____ learn" : OLDTO
99. Evel Knievel act : STUNT
102. A pastel : AQUA
103. Bern's river : AARE
105. Ne plus ultra : ACME
106. Highlander : GAEL
107. Humorist Rooney : ANDY
108. But: Lat. : SED
109. Investor's Ginnie _____ : MAE
111. Middle X or O : TAC
112. Fraternity letter : RHO

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