IN 1945

New York Times, Sunday, July 23, 1995

Author: Fran & Lou Sabin
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 74 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 6 for Ms. Sabin. This is puzzle # 110 for Mr. Sabin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Ethan Frome's home : FARM
5. Call _____ to (stop) : AHALT
10. Part of a spur : ROWEL
15. Finished : PAST
19. Tubular instrument : OBOE
20. Shade of brown : COCOA
21. Ancient superintendent : EDILE
22. Lui's counterpart : ELLE
23. Actress born in 1945 : GOLDIEHAWN
25. Drug introduced commercially in 1945 : PENICILLIN
27. Chip, for one : GOLFSHOT
28. Football Hall-of-Famer Greasy _____ : NEALE
30. W.W. II wolf pack : UBOATS
31. One of Perry's reporters : LOIS
32. Gathering storm : PERIL
33. Outlay : COST
34. Galley arrangement : PAGING
37. Italian city liberated in 1945 : TURIN
38. Piranha, e.g. : MANEATER
42. Carrara cash : LIRE
43. President in 1945 : HARRYSTRUMAN
46. _____ Islands, near New Guinea : ARU
47. Make _____ of (botch) : AMESS
49. Motorcycle, slangily : HOG
50. Nautical heading : ESE
51. Year in Nero's reign : LVI
52. Curler's target : TEE
53. Organization founded in 1945 : UNITEDNATIONS
60. Sibs : KIN
61. Best-selling vet : HERRIOT
63. Wind-borne : EOLIC
64. Bit of machine maintenance : OILING
66. Computer programming phrase : GOTO
67. Warbucks ward : ANNIE
68. Northern constellation, with "the" : SWAN
69. Party lines : SLATES
71. _____ perditae (lost skills): Lat. : ARTES
72. Demonstration halter : TEARGAS
75. Tank supply : AIR
76. World Series champs of 1945 : DETROITTIGERS
80. Lunch order : BLT
81. Harry James' "_____ My Guy" : HES
82. Inlet : RIA
83. Zilch : NIL
84. Non-Polynesian : HAOLE
86. Lance of justice : ITO
87. E.B. White classic of 1945 : STUARTLITTLE
93. Transvaal settler : BOER
94. Big blazes : BONFIRES
96. Peoples : RACES
97. Come to : AWAKEN
99. Poet Coolbrith et al. : INAS
100. Printer's apprentice : DEVIL
101. Now, in triage : STAT
102. _____ Stone, Chief Justice in 1945 : HARLAN
105. Type of type : ROMAN
106. Kind of cap : TWISTOFF
110. Earthshaker of 1945 : ATOMICBOMB
112. Winning general in 1945 : EISENHOWER
114. Cross-country gait : LOPE
115. Salon support : EASEL
116. Division of Germany : STAAT
117. "To Live and Die _____" : INLA
118. Made tracks : SPED
119. Ghost : SHADE
120. Artist Andrea del _____ : SARTO
121. Alphabet run : RSTU
1. Harvard art museum : FOGG
2. Peek-_____ : ABOO
3. P-51 maneuver : ROLL
4. Fruit growers' worries : MEDFLIES
5. Like some hands : ACEHIGH
6. Belly shakers : HOHOS
7. No room to swing _____ : ACAT
8. Depressed : LOW
9. Where pigs become pigskins : TANNERY
10. Touch up : REPAINT
11. Children's author Scott : ODELL
12. Rioja, e.g. : WINE
13. Bulldog : ELI
14. "Jungle Drums" composer Ernesto : LECUONA
15. Jai alai ball : PELOTA
16. "It was _____ mistake!" : ALLA
17. Lance : SLIT
18. X's : TENS
24. "This one _____ me" : ISON
26. "The Wild Duck" dramatist : IBSEN
29. Pantheon troublemaker : ERIS
32. Get rid of : PURGE
33. Brief appearance : CAMEO
34. "Ariel" poet : PLATH
35. Evangelist Sister _____ : AIMEE
36. Top female box-office draw in 1945 : GREERGARSON
37. Kentucky Futurity event : TROT
38. It usually has a key : MUSIC
39. Recording item launched in 1945 : TALKINGBOOK
40. Watergate Senator Sam : ERVIN
41. Sorry : RUING
44. Take _____ on (inhale, as drugs) : AHIT
45. Double a knot : RETIE
48. Appropriate : SUITED
54. Choker : NOOSE
55. Tooth: Prefix : DENTI
56. Chamber group, maybe : NONET
57. What Santa makes : ALIST
58. Punch in the face, old-style : NOSER
59. Backwater college : SIWASH
62. Go bad : ROT
65. Household spirit : LAR
67. Loud : AROAR
69. Master, in "The Raj Quartet" : SAHIB
70. Deceive : LIETO
71. 1987 Peace Prize winner : ARIAS
72. Snitch : TELL
73. Stuttgart street : ALLEE
74. Rudder locale : STERN
77. Sets straight : TRUES
78. Computer giant : INTEL
79. Beats it, in dialect : GITS
85. Upton Sinclair subject : ABATTOIR
87. Where Moses got the Word : SINAI
88. Medium states : TRANCES
89. Quake : TREMBLE
90. Kind of flow : LAVA
91. Remove : ICINESS
92. Corrode : EATINTO
95. Shot : FILMED
98. Drawers on a line, e.g. : WASH
100. Like St. Peter's : DOMED
101. Forehead beads : SWEAT
102. "The Jolly Toper" painter : HALS
103. In a superior position to : ATOP
104. Velvet barrier : ROPE
105. Sub _____ : ROSA
106. Mogul : TSAR
107. Admits, with "up" : OWNS
108. Porkpie material : FELT
109. Fritz's missus : FRAU
111. Scroogian expletive : BAH
113. "Give _____ go" : ITA

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