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New York Times, Sunday, June 19, 1994

Author: Nancy Scandrett Ross
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy S. Ross
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 144, Blocks: 76 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 36 for Ms. Ross. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Rodeo rope : LASSO
6. City north of Des Moines : AMES
10. Sch. supporters : PTAS
14. Esau’s wife : ADAH
18. Travel section advertiser : USAIR
19. ___ wire : LIVE
20. “Elektra” baritone : OREST
21. Army mascot : MULE
22. ROB’S : CARLREINER
24. BRIDGET’S : PETERFONDA
26. Neighbor of Scot. : ENG
27. JOHN’S : TEXRITTER
29. Escapee : ELUDER
30. Anarchist Goldman : EMMA
33. Gladly, in olden times : FAIN
34. Night rumblers : SNORERS
35. Asia-Africa link : SINAI
37. Org. once headed by Lewis Strauss : AEC
40. Half of D : CCL
41. Conceit : EGO
42. Exaggerator’s suffix : EST
43. Yucca fiber : ISTLE
44. NANCY’S : FRANKSINATRA
48. They’re checked at checkpoints : VISAS
49. Record collections : FILES
50. Adam was his father : SETH
51. Yellow-breasted bird : CHAT
55. Pale : ASHY
56. Cockatoo cousin : MACAW
57. Approved model: Abbr. : STD
58. Contrary girl : MARY
59. Seventh Muslim month : RAJAB
61. Gershwin’s “___ It a Pity?” : ISNT
63. Flustered one : DITHERER
67. Luau staple : POI
69. BRANFORD’S : ELLISMARSALIS
72. Actress Charlotte : RAE
73. Monotonous : UNVARIED
75. Organic compound : ENOL
76. “___ people go” : LETMY
78. Adolescent : TEEN
79. Engine starter: Abbr. : IGN
81. Stage actor Edmund and others : KEANS
83. Group with the hit “Waterloo” : ABBA
86. Silk wrap : SARI
87. Vier minus eins : DREI
89. Jumping-off point? : LEDGE
90. Pines : TREES
91. JEFF’S : LLOYDBRIDGES
94. Innisfree and others : ISLES
95. Rain protector : MAC
98. Be in the red : OWE
99. UniT of sound : BEL
100. Road curve : ESS
101. Liturgical music : CHANT
102. Removes to a distance : ELOIGNS
104. And that’s not all : ETAL
106. Fliers’ org. : USAF
107. Behave arrogantly : LORDIT
108. LAURA’S : BRUCEDERN
112. “To ___ their golden eyes”: Shakespeare : OPE
115. JAMIE LEE’S : TONYCURTIS
117. CHRISTIE’S : HUGHHEFNER
120. German donkey : ESEL
121. Shake awake : ROUSE
122. Ship to Colchis : ARGO
123. Renaissance instruments : LUTES
124. Give a hand : DEAL
125. Snack : NOSH
126. Longtime New Yorker editor : ROSS
127. Worth of the stage : IRENE
1. “The Women” playwright : LUCE
2. Straight ___ arrow : ASAN
3. MARIA’S : SARGENTSHRIVER
4. Part of R.S.V.P. : SIL
5. Bruins great : ORR
6. Sam Shepard’s “___ of the Mind” : ALIE
7. Pert lass : MINX
8. “Did you ___ !” : EVER
9. Typeface line : SERIF
10. Sign up early : PREENLIST
11. Four: Prefix : TETR
12. Enzyme suffix : ASE
13. Muscles : STRENGTH
14. Jeanne’s love : AMOUR
15. Firth of Tay port : DUNDEE
16. Birch-family trees : ALDERS
17. Lord of San Simeon : HEARST
20. Study of light : OPTICS
23. Due point: Abbr. : ETA
25. Nonplus : FLOOR
28. Changes course, nautically : TACKS
31. Rubber region : MALAYA
32. ___ van der Rohe : MIES
34. Provide space for : SEAT
35. Hindu god : SIVA
36. Osiris’s wife : ISIS
37. Cordial : AFFABLE
38. Folk singer Andersen : ERIC
39. Channel port : CALAIS
45. Certain reporters : NEWSMEN
46. Canio’s wife in “Pagliacci” : NEDDA
47. Crowning point : ACME
52. SHARI’S : HARRYBELAFONTE
53. Scope : AREA
54. City in the Crusades : TYRE
56. Neighbor of Algeria : MALI
57. Caressed : STROKED
60. O.T. bood after Isa. : JER
62. Big-band vocalist Wynn : NAN
64. Hypochondriac’s preoccupation : ILLNESS
65. Gifts for fathers : TIES
66. Margaret’s father’s monogram : HST
67. Sets : PUTS
68. Militarily fit : ONEA
70. “I wander’d till ___”: Arnold : IDIED
71. Heavy tool : SLEDGE
74. Deep blue : ANIL
77. Mason or Norman : MARSHA
80. Xjclmzit obwny, e.g. : GIBBERISH
82. Long time : AGES
84. Stayed : BEEN
85. Office abbr. : ASST
87. Decline : DOWNTURN
88. Some whiskies : RYES
89. New Hampshire state flower : LILAC
90. Personal quirks : TICS
92. Raymond Smullyan topic : LOGIC
93. Rounded and notched, as a leaf : RETUSE
95. Softened : MELTED
96. Words before cannon or wire : ALOOSE
97. Pupil’s protection : CORNEA
103. Pastoral poem : IDYLL
105. “Zigeunerliebe” composer : LEHAR
106. Durham campus: Abbr. : UNH
108. Heat measures, for short : BTUS
109. Spanish peso : DURO
110. Quiche ingredients : EGGS
111. Greek letters : RHOS
113. Ball ___ : PEEN
114. European tongue : ERSE
116. Kanga’s child : ROO
118. Big name in New Haven : ELI
119. Soft coat : FUR

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