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New York Times, Sunday, September 24, 1995

Author: Randolph Ross
Editor: Will Shortz
Randolph Ross
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 72 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 28 for Mr. Ross. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Flagrant : GROSS
6. Bradley cohort : SAFER
11. N.B.A. statistic : ASSISTS
18. Cover up : CLOTHE
19. Radioactivity unit : CURIE
20. Food grouping : STARCHES
22. Boat or boy : HOUSECLOSING
24. Conscious : SENTIENT
25. Sits-up improve them : ABS
26. Dark brews : STOUTS
27. Object of disgust : TOAD
28. _____ precedent : SETA
29. Bud Fisher cartoon character : MUTT
31. Breaker or zone : STRIKEBACK
34. Hitch : SNAG
35. Censor's sound : BLEEP
37. Consonant (with) : INSTEP
38. "This man is now become _____":"Julius Caesar" : AGOD
40. Martian ET's : EARTHMEN
43. _____ Miss : OLE
44. Where seeds are sown : FURROWS
47. Monopoly quartet: Abbr. : RRS
48. Have more firepower than : OUTGUN
51. Fighting force : ARMADA
53. Chosen number : FEW
54. Berlin's "_____ Lovely Day Today" : ITSA
55. U.S.O. audience : GIS
57. Audited : SATIN
58. Singing syllable : TRA
59. Baubles : DIDOS
61. "Maria _____" ('40s song) : ELENA
63. Roast repartee : NEEDLING
65. :50 : TENOF
66. Fix and cut : PRICETAGS
68. Smog cause : FUMES
69. Tower of Pisa, e.g. : INCLINER
71. Words on a Wonderland cake : EATME
72. Cav competitor : SIXER
73. Tokyo, once : EDO
74. Rednecks have red ones : NAPES
76. Equine mother : DAM
77. Alternative to wax : WANE
78. Mantelpiece piece : URN
79. Cry of success : IDIDIT
81. Pax _____ : ROMANA
83. Partisan : FAN
86. Stuffs : PACKSIN
88. Unfamiliar : NEW
90. Nathan Detroit's doll : ADELAIDE
92. 1939 Bolger co-star : LAHR
93. Understands : GRASPS
96. Soprano Berger et al. : ERNAS
97. Told, as tales : SPUN
99. Belly or barrel : BEERCHASER
103. U.S.N. V.I.P. : CAPT
104. Fresh words : SASS
105. Pair : DUAD
106. Like some suckers : ALLDAY
108. Sports car of old : GTO
109. H3-P-O4 and others : TRIACIDS
111. Goer or maker : MOVIETRAILER
114. Primitive time : STONEAGE
115. 1936 Olympic hero : OWENS
116. Stream migrators : ELVERS
117. Pump pads : INSOLES
118. Frozen mountains : BERGS
119. Oboes and bassoons : REEDS
1. Like beads : GLOBULAR
2. Wharf workers : ROUSTERS
3. Fifth qtrs. : OTS
4. Mother and daughter : SHES
5. Amish and Hasidim : SECTS
6. Using elbow grease : SCOURING
7. St. Edward's University site : AUSTIN
8. Pats down : FRISKS
9. Prussian pronoun : EIN
10. Bylaw, for short : REG
11. Part of N.A.A.C.P.: Abbr. : ASSOC
12. Knife type : STEAK
13. Dudevant's pseudonym : SAND
14. N.Y.C. subway : IRT
15. Cut out : SCISSOR
16. Keeper or saver : THEENDOFTIME
17. Actress Berger : SENTA
18. Star _____ : CHAMBER
21. Without women : STAG
23. Sodom survivor : LOT
27. Comes to a point : TAPERS
30. Hanoi holiday : TET
32. D.D.E. sphere : ETO
33. Gymnastics coach Karolyi : BELA
36. Graph or copy : PHOTOFINISH
38. Murphy with medals : AUDIE
39. Stand or mother : GRANDFINALE
41. Tousle : MUSS
42. Sched. approximation : ETA
44. Trio of destiny : FATES
45. Film director Herzog : WERNER
46. Some window treatments : SWAGS
49. Unattractive fruit : UGLI
50. Maria, to Ted : NIECE
52. Skin problem : MANGE
54. Favorite : IDOL
56. Three-time P.G.A. champ : SNEAD
59. Nerve cell parts : DENDRA
60. Law or let : INCONCLUSION
61. Acted humanly : ERRED
62. Flower oil : ATTAR
64. Sumptuousness : LUXE
65. Jam : TIEUP
66. King called "The Short" : PEPIN
67. BB's : AMMO
70. Rock bottom : NADIR
72. Anti-nuclear testing org. : SANE
75. Not quite burned : SINGED
77. Walletful : WAD
80. Map abbr. : TERR
82. Like pure energy : MASSLESS
83. Schemed : FINAGLED
84. AC/DC gadgets : ADAPTERS
85. Wise counselors : NESTORS
87. The Doles, e.g. : KANSANS
89. B.Y.U.'s league : WAC
91. Crescent line : ARC
94. Tyke : SHAVER
95. Yard fence : PALING
97. Heathrow sights : SSTS
98. Serial opener : PARTI
99. Tennis legend Don : BUDGE
100. Lets up : EASES
101. D.C. clock setting : EDT
102. Not so well done : RARER
105. Numbered circle : DIAL
107. Where the Clintons met : YALE
110. Business V.I.P. : CEO
111. Whom Antony addressed : MOB
112. Be in for : OWE
113. "_____ got it!" : IVE

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