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New York Times, Sunday, June 4, 1995

Author: Bryant White
Editor: Will Shortz
Bryant White
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Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 158, Blocks: 96 Missing: {X} This is puzzle # 27 for Mr. White. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Ticks off : STEAMS
7. Gunlock catch : SEAR
11. Pythias' friend : DAMON
16. Half of a Samoan port : PAGO
20. 1950s terrorist : MAUMAU
21. Cankerous : ULCERATIVE
23. Ran "Ran," e.g. : AIRED
24. Viscera : ORGANS
25. "Cat's Eye" novelist? : MARGARETATHREEOD
27. Sugar suffix : OSE
28. Pupil watcher : OPTOMETRIST
30. Showoffs : HOTDOGS
31. Ale holder : TUN
32. One of a dozen : LEO
33. Treebeard and others of Middle-earth : ENTS
34. Kapow! : WHAM
35. Pope Paul II's successor? : SEVENTUSIV
41. 1971 Fonda-Sutherland thriller : KLUTE
42. Hanoi holidays : TETS
43. Land of Evangeline : NOVASCOTIA
49. Straight, to Stradivari : RETTO
52. Dweller along the Platte : PAWNEE
54. Roman rhetorician who wrote "Institutio Oratoria" : QUINTILIAN
55. "I'm c-c-c-cold!" : BRRRR
56. Slaves of the Morlocks, in fiction : ELOI
57. Normandy department : EURE
58. Timeless, in poesy : ETERNE
59. In wild confusion : ARIOT
60. Hook's opposite : SLICE
62. "Eat at _____" : JOES
63. Oscar winner in "The Big Country" : IVES
64. Picks out : ELECTS
65. Old German coin: Var. : TALER
66. LAX letters : ETD
67. Subjects to abusive tricks : HAZES
69. Many buttons : OFFS
70. Segar's Olive : OYL
71. Fine : NICE
73. Cousin of a truffle : MOREL
74. Acclaimed Philly conductor : MUTI
75. Kindergartner's trio : BCD
78. Courteous guy : GENT
79. Navigational aid : LORAN
80. Slob's home : PIT
81. Semisheer fabric : VOILE
83. Scanty : SPARSE
86. "The Kinsman Saga" author Ben : BOVA
87. Highlands tongue : ERSE
88. Chou _____ : ENLAI
89. Opinion, forward or backward : TENET
90. Townships near Johannesburg : SOWETO
92. June bug : DORR
93. Dart : FLIT
94. Brightest star in Lepus : ARNEB
95. Gumption : INITIATIVE
97. 1920s jazz dance : SHIMMY
99. It's good in Mexico : BUENO
100. Fifth-century B.C. philosopher : ZENOOFELEA
101. Prefix with glider : PARA
102. Victor in music : BORGE
104. "Funeral in Berlin" author? : LENDNINEON
107. "Eugen Onegin" girl : OLGA
108. Prankish person : PUCK
112. Like Mahler's Symphony No. 4 : ING
113. Penpoint : NIB
115. Judicious : POLITIC
118. Gunpowder alternative : ORANGEPEKOE
123. "Foucault's Pendulum" penman : ECO
124. Noted mountaineer? : ELEVENZINGNORGAY
126. Kittenish : FRISKY
128. Respected member : DOYEN
129. Emphasize : ACCENTUATE
130. Like lightning : FORKED
131. Littoral fliers : ERNS
132. Bassoonlike : REEDY
133. Blackmailed : BLED
134. They're loath to come out of their shells : SNAILS
1. _____-Hawley Tariff Act of 1930 : SMOOT
2. Foot segment : TARSUS
3. Four-time Pulitzer-winning playwright? : EUGENETWOILL
4. Spock's org. : AMA
5. Corrida luminary : MANOLETE
6. Film genre : SUSPENSE
7. Japanese entertainment : SUMO
8. Susa was its capital : ELAM
9. Israel's Bay of _____ : ACRE
10. Mil. unit : REGT
11. "Splish Splash" hitmaker of 1958 : DARIN
12. Controversial explosion : ATEST
13. Gumshoe's hands : MITTS
14. Genetic lab materials : OVA
15. Willem I's land: Abbr. : NETH
16. Temporary lodgings: Var. : PIEDATERRES
17. Of a liquid's specific gravity : AREOMETRIC
18. Mercator's field: Abbr. : GEOG
19. Tout's concern : ODDS
22. Exceptional : RARE
23. Onetime British Prime Minister? : ARTHURBALFIVE
26. Quite a joke : HOWL
29. Jigger of rum, e.g. : TOT
36. Queen of the Adriatic : VENICE
37. Citer's end word : UNQUOTE
38. Deteriorated, as relations : SOURED
39. Slow climbers : IVIES
40. Ryder rental : VAN
41. See 45-Down : KANE
44. Jeanne d'Arc, e.g.: Abbr. : STE
45. Classic 1941 film, with 41-Down : CITIZEN
46. British secondary school exam : OLEVEL
47. They thrive on inflation : TIRES
48. Actor Holm et al. : IANS
50. Sulky contest : TROT
51. Items for the disposal : ORTS
52. Rigatoni sauce : PESTO
53. Soothe : ALLAY
57. Pilot's decision : EJECT
61. Best Actor of 1955? : ERNESTBORGTEN
64. Crimson crawler : EFT
67. "I am dead, _____, Wretched queen, adieu!" : HORATIO
68. Star-studded altar : ARA
69. _____ Mongolia : OUTER
72. Chemical conclusion : INE
73. Take up new residence at : MOVETO
74. Interpret wrongly : MISREAD
75. 1960 World Series hero? : BILLMAONESKI
76. Demand : CLAIM
77. Mercury, e.g. : DEITY
78. Bar supply : GREENOLIVES
79. _____ fat (diet phrase) : LOWIN
80. Verified : PROVEN
82. Lit : ONFIRE
83. Poke with a pike : STAB
84. Aymara is spoken here : PERU
85. Elizabeth I's mother : ANNEBOLEYN
86. Small concession : BONE
87. Circus Maximus V.I.P. : EDILE
90. Tag info : SIZE
91. Numbskull : OAF
96. Commercial prefix with star : TEL
97. "Frasier" and "Maude," e.g. : SPINOFFS
98. Follower : HANGERON
103. Pick up : GAIN
105. Ending with beat or peace : NIK
106. Kind of plate : NICKEL
108. Puerto Rico's third-largest city : PONCE
109. Pressed upon : URGED
110. Careful : CANNY
111. Bow, e.g. : KNOT
114. Singers Bill and Jimmy : BOYDS
115. Ending with centi- or milli- : PEDE
116. Swan genus : OLOR
117. Basil, for one : CZAR
119. Chow : GRUB
120. Even, to Yvonne : EGAL
121. Crown : PATE
122. Used binoculars : EYED
125. Tray material : ICE
127. European mil. grp. : IRA

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