FATHER'S DAY SPECIAL

New York Times, Sunday, June 16, 1996

Author: N. N. Joline
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Nicholson Joline
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 68 Missing: {X} This is puzzle # 76 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Boeing headquarters site : SEATTLE
8. Midshipmen rivals : CADETS
14. Kind of orange : JAFFA
19. Some cats : ANGORAS
20. Unparalleled : UNIQUE
21. Atlantic islands: Var. : FAROES
22. *Harold Macmillian contemporary : KONRADADENAUER
24. Protects, in a way : ARMORS
25. North Carolina school : ELON
26. First U.N. Secretary General : LIE
27. Like some bands : ELASTIC
29. Border : EDGE
30. Lansbury role : MAME
32. Item of value : ASSET
34. Broadcasting worry : DEADAIR
36. *Flee : SKEDADDLE
39. *Froufrou : DOODADS
42. "N.Y.P.D. Blue" title: Abbr. : DET
43. West Point byword : HONOR
44. "It___Fair" (1950 hit) : ISNT
46. Bakery selection : RYES
47. Mini-spacecraft : POD
49. Core : ESSENCE
51. Wiped out : ERASED
53. Lawn item : CHAISE
56. Multitude : SEA
57. "___Help" (1974 song) : ICAN
58. Ancient Persian teacher : ZOROASTER
60. Rod : GAT
63. *1919 children's classic : LADADOG
66. Like some records : ALLTIME
67. Neighbor of Leb. : ISR
68. A little of this, a little of that : OLIO
69. Verdi's "___tu" : ERI
70. Censor's target : SMUT
71. Jazzman Dickenson : VIC
72. Not moving so much : STILLER
74. *Uninhibited school : DADAISM
76. Superlative ending : EST
77. Brief fashion : MINIDRESS
80. Edible seaweed : KELP
81. Lettuce arrangement : BED
84. Windows with more than a 180 (degee) view : ORIELS
85. Catches, in a way : LASSOS
87. Figures in capes : TOREROS
91. Forensic science tool : DNA
92. On the hoof, in lunch counter lingo : RARE
93. Agcy. since 1958 : NASA
95. Plain : OVERT
96. Swimwear item : BRA
98. *Stream denizen : CRAWDAD
101. *Drink since 1890 : CANADADRY
103. 17-Down, e.g. : REDHEAD
105. Hunt of "Twister" : HELEN
107. Feeler : TEST
108. Contemporary of Bjorn : ILIE
109. Oscar-winning director, 1974 : COPPOLA
112. Rock producer Brain : ENO
114. Prong : TINE
117. Form a connection : LIAISE
119. *Long time : FOREVERANDADAY
122. Borrower's need : LENDER
123. Portrayal in "They Died With Their Boots On" : CUSTER
124. Famed bacteriologist : PASTEUR
125. A Davis : OSSIE
126. Guides : STEERS
127. Gluck opera : ALCESTE
1. Benefit : SAKE
2. Chemical compound : ENOL
3. Nicknames : AGNOMENS
4. Important weather news : TORNADOES
5. La preceder : TRA
6. Dished out : LADLED
7. Actor Morales : ESAI
8. Signal : CUE
9. Two of six for Henry VIII : ANNES
10. Called : DIALED
11. Some circle : EQUATORS
12. Calendar abbr. : TUES
13. Barcelona-born architect : SERT
14. Bump hard : JAR
15. Having a heater : ARMED
16. *MSG, e.g. : FOODADDITIVE
17. Tabloid favorite : FERGIE
18. Express : ASSERT
21. Veneered : FACED
23. Mergers and buyouts : DEALS
28. Muckraker Tarbell et al. : IDAS
31. Battle site of 1918 : MARNE
33. "What fools these mortals be" writer : SENECA
35. Hard-top : ASPHALT
36. 1994 Harry Connick Jr. album : SHE
37. Flattens : KOS
38. Stop working : DIE
40. Court cry : OYEZ
41. Finger: Sp. : DEDO
45. Trafficked : TRADED
48. Hop-drying kiln : OAST
50. Talk-show features : CALLERS
52. Cold-weather garb : ANORAKS
53. Familiar raincoat wearer : COLUMBO
54. Wimbledon sections : SEMIS
55. Raise : ERECT
57. Witness's words : IDO
59. Some butters : RAMS
60. Doohickey : GISMO
61. Up : ASTIR
62. *West Indies residents : TRINIDADIANS
64. Concession attachment : AIRE
65. Creasey's Scotland Yarder : GIDEON
68. Arsenic accompaniment : OLDLACE
70. Spoonful : SIP
73. Bank claim : LIEN
75. Strasbourg's locale : ALSACE
78. Deli dish : SLAW
79. Quartz variety : SARD
82. Fall off, as support : ERODE
83. Overwhelm : DEVASTATE
86. Fish that can twine its tail : SEAHORSE
87. Thrash : TAN
88. Water conditions toxic to shellfish : REDTIDES
89. Eight-time Norris Trophy winner : ORR
90. Dump, so to speak : STY
92. "Hair" co-lyricist : RADO
94. More judicious : SANER
96. Scratch pad? : BRILLO
97. Counts : RELIES
99. It's kept on track : RACER
100. Expunge : DELETE
102. Not keyed : ATONAL
104. Fictional orphan : HEIDI
106. Aussie tennis great : LAVER
110. Subordinates to cpls. : PFCS
111. Fit of pique : POUT
113. Western wine center : NAPA
115. Cosmo follower : NAUT
116. Bronte heroine : EYRE
118. Notice : SEE
120. Hems' relatives : ERS
121. Mil. medal : DSC

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