SCIENTIFIC NOMENCLATURE

New York Times, Sunday, July 16, 1995

Author: Naomi Geller Lipsky
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 170, Blocks: 98 Missing: {X} This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Lipsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Studied intently : PORED
6. Villa features : ATRIA
11. Hunt : TRACK
16. "Rather!" : QUITE
21. Cultural prefix : ETHNO
22. Crazies : LOONS
23. Anthropoid's cousin : HUMAN
24. Drugged : UNDER
25. Scientist featured in an adventure film? : THEJOULEOFTHENILE
28. For the birds : AVIAN
29. Long-necked distilling vessels : RETORTS
30. Mullah's text : KORAN
31. Snow vehicle : SLEDGE
33. Superficially cultured : ARTY
34. Telecommunications inits. : ATT
36. Major oil corp. : ARCO
38. Backscratch, politically : LOGROLL
42. Liberal one : SHARER
45. Fore-and-after : KETCH
48. Number five iron : MASHIE
49. "_____first you..." : IFAT
52. With lines : RULED
54. Prefix with angle or borough : TRI
55. Austen title : EMMA
56. "Quo Vadis?" figure : NERO
57. Otherwise : ELSE
58. Yuletide : NOEL
59. Decorates over : REDOES
61. Scientist featured in a Southern novel? : FREUDGREENTOMATOES
66. Pulitzer author Russel : NYE
67. It's across the strait from Singapore : SUMATRA
68. Guru's home : ASHRAM
69. Celestial firework : COMET
71. "_____ live and breathe!" : ASI
72. Number of dresses? : SIZE
74. Type of shirt : TEE
75. Mountain where Dionysus was hidden : NYSA
77. Space, to poets : ETHER
80. Bona fide : REAL
82. By : PER
83. B.&O. and others : RRS
85. Sun : ORB
87. Prototype, for short : DEMO
88. Six-time Emmy-winning actor : ASNER
90. Word with Georgia or high : TECH
93. Stop on some art tours, with "the" : MET
95. Gall : BILE
97. Johnny _____ : REB
98. Religious rationalist : DEIST
100. Caribbean capital : HAVANA
102. Tropical drinks : NECTARS
104. Typist's stat. : WPM
106. Scientist featured in a cliff-hanger series? : THEPERILSOFPAULING
110. Golden years : HEYDAY
112. Miss Horne : LENA
113. Beckett's homeland : EIRE
114. Cherub, at Notre Dame : ANGE
115. Move laterally : EDGE
116. "What's the _____?" : USE
117. A Patriarch : ISAAC
119. Resident suffixes : ITES
120. Rubber : ERASER
123. Gilder's undercoating : GESSO
126. Grinding tool : MULLER
128. Alluring girls : LOLITAS
130. Except : SAVE
132. Eur. airline : SAS
133. Stimulating shrub : COCA
137. Urban subsection : GHETTO
140. Tool for Archimedes : LEVER
143. Sits with bad posture : SPRAWLS
145. Bouquet _____ (chef's bundle) : GARNI
148. Scientist featured in an X-rated film? : IAMCURIEOUSYELLOW
151. Nahuatl Indian : AZTEC
152. Chosen : ELECT
153. Endangered bird : CRANE
154. Assemblies : PLENA
155. British foes, 1899-1902 : BOERS
156. Pick up on : SENSE
157. Amateurs : TYROS
158. Like some cereal : OATEN
1. Edomite capital : PETRA
2. Alternative : OTHER
3. Role for Clark : RHETT
4. Waiter's exclamation : ENJOY
5. It comes with a catch : DOOR
6. Kind of cast : ALLSTAR
7. Low digit : TOE
8. Dupe : ROOK
9. Dope : INFO
10. Second word of Kansas' motto : ASTRA
11. From that place : THENCE
12. Series : RUN
13. "Lucky Jim" author : AMIS
14. Cellular response? : CALL
15. Kowtow (to) : KNEEL
16. Ancestral zebra : QUAGGA
17. Inexperienced : UNVERSED
18. Uganda's Amin : IDI
19. Leaves in the cup : TEA
20. Directional suffix : ERN
26. Mormon refuge : UTAH
27. Refer, with "back" : HARK
32. Champagne title : DOM
35. More bona fide : TRUER
37. Hassock : OTTOMAN
39. Scientist featured in a cowboy tune? : OHMONTHERANGE
40. Overseas sailor : LIMEY
41. Business owner's paper : LEASE
42. Brewery products : STOUTS
43. Allure competitor : ELLE
44. Give a new pew : RESEAT
46. Peanut butter choice : CREAMY
47. To the _____ (maximally) : HILT
49. Steeps : INFUSES
50. Scientist featured in a romantic ditty? : FERMIANDMYGAL
51. Section : AREA
53. More opaque : DENSER
58. Easter preceder : NOR
59. _____ Speedwagon : REO
60. Salinger heroine : ESME
62. Nerd : DRIP
63. Newspaper : GAZETTE
64. Insulating : THERMAL
65. Wind instrument : OCARINA
67. Title sister in an Eastwood film : SARA
70. Schedule abbr. : ETD
73. Before : ERE
76. No-good bum : SOB
78. Is revealed : EMERGES
79. Rolls, so to speak : ROBS
81. "School Daze" director : LEE
84. Karate instructor : SENSEI
86. Conte _____ (fairy tale): Fr. : BLEU
89. Miss Hayworth : RITA
91. Snap comment? : CHEESE
92. Take control of : HARNESS
94. Eastern philosophy : TAOISM
96. Bakery goodie : ECLAIR
99. Timid : SHY
101. ______ Dolorosa (Christ's path to the Cross) : VIA
103. Shade : TINT
104. Potter's aid : WHEEL
105. Five of trumps, in card talk : PEDRO
107. Advertisement : PLUG
108. Lady of the Haus : FRAU
109. Carillon sounds : PEALS
111. Klein or Claiborne, e.g. : DESIGNER
118. Marxist groups : CLASSES
121. Law school course : ETHICS
122. Actress _____ Dawn Chong : RAE
124. Pay homage to : SALUTE
125. Beyond : OVER
127. Wordsmith Willard : ESPY
129. Porcine locales : STIES
131. Dispossess : EVICT
133. Arum lily : CALLA
134. Baby bird : OWLET
135. Duplicate : CLONE
136. Dam site : ASWAN
138. "Peter Rabbit," for one : TALE
139. Sign : OMEN
141. Unnerving: Var. : EERY
142. Surf sound : ROAR
144. "_____ Man" (Estevez film) : REPO
145. Jaw : GAB
146. _____ dye : AZO
147. Map abbr. : RTE
149. Injection units : CCS
150. One of the Spanish : UNO

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