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A. J. Santora
A. J. Santora

DADAISMS

New York Times, Sunday, June 17, 1979

Author: A. J. Santora
Editor: Eugene T. Maleska
Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 70, Avg Word Len: 5.38, Missing: { J Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 560 (avg 1.51)
Open Squares: 122, Cheaters: 6, FITB: 13, XRef: 0, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 15
A. J. Santora has 185 pre-Shortz puzzles and 68 Shortz Era puzzles in our database.
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© 1979, The New York TimesNo. 10,813
Across Down
1. POP, in a way : SLAP
5. He was PAPA Tiger : HOUK
9. Ht., as above the PAcific : ELEV
13. Skeletal PArts : COSTAE
19. My DAD George or Telly's POP : RACEHORSE
21. PArt of a shoe : SOLE
22. Kin of amPERES : ABOHMS
23. PAPPY : SUCCULENT
24. Dweller near Gulf of PAria : TRINIDADIAN
26. Word with FATHER : LAND
27. Played a PArt : ACTEDOUT
29. Florentine poet exPAtriated in 1302 : DANTE
30. "___ your foreFATHERS!": J. Q. Adams : THINKOF
33. PAsture breed : HOLSTEIN
35. PAPPY Boyington's PAls : GIS
36. PAPAS of a sort : YAMS
37. ___ la (PArt song) : FAL
39. Mountain PAsture : ALP
40. ___-snee (sPArring with knives) : SNICKA
43. PArent-teacher org. : PTA
44. Field where "POPpies grow" : FLANDERS
47. Kin of PAprikas and PArsley : THYMES
50. Eight-PArt group : OCTAD
53. HisPAnic name : LUIS
54. UnPArallel, as tracks : ALOP
57. Like a wing-shaped PArt : ALARY
58. PAtrimony : HERITAGE
60. How PAderewski played? : BYEAR
61. PAmpean relative : PEBAN
62. Spouting PAp or oil : AGUSH
63. Dirt in PA., etc. : REDSOIL
65. PAPA bear in PAnama : OSO
66. PArrot's relative : REDBILL
69. PAinful memories : SCARS
71. Was a crossPAtch : CRABBED
73. Word PArt meaning shoulder : OMO
74. Group recently PAst 12 : TEENERS
76. Thin as ___ (sPAre-set) : ARAIL
77. PAsture disease : NENTA
79. PArnassian southeast wind : EURUS
80. "The ___ of America" (PAperback title) : GREENING
83. PAste-on : DECAL
84. PAstry : PIES
85. ___ grass (PAsturage) : GAMA
86. Time sPAce : SPELL
88. PAssional : EROTIC
90. Kin of PArrs : STERLETS
93. PAssage in Roma : VIA
94. Suck a lolliPOP again and again : RESORB
97. ___ PArisienne : ALA
98. Below-PAr mark : DEE
99. Cub Scout PAcks : DENS
100. PArt of R.S.V.P. : SIL
102. Six-PAck items : BEERCANS
105. PAsses away : DEPARTS
107. PAncake for PAncho : AREPA
110. PAstoral canine : SHEEPDOG
112. PAnzer : TANK
113. PAPA Bear : GEORGEHALAS
115. PATERnosters : FISHLINES
119. DADDY Warbucks's girl et al. : ANNIES
120. Soft, in PAlermo : LENE
121. ForeFATHERS : ANCESTORS
122. Was apPArently true : SEEMED
123. Actor PArker : FESS
124. PAss over quickly : SKID
125. Vessel similar to a dePAs : EWER
1. DADS of jrs. : SRS
2. Tepid, in the PAlatinate : LAU
3. Harden against PAin, etc. : ACCLIMATE
4. Kin of PAra nuts : PECANS
5. Hesitate to PArticiPAte : HOLDOFF
6. PAy dirt : ORE
7. West Point's counterPArt: Abbr. : USNA
8. SamPAn's cousin : KETCH
9. Actress PArsons : ESTELLE
10. "Our FATHER" : LORDSPRAYER
11. "The Cocktail PArty" author : ELIOT
12. Places for juristic PAnels : VENUES
13. UnPOPular fellow : CAD
14. PArt of the O.T. : OBAD
15. POP : SODA
16. DooDAD : THINGAMABOB
17. PAPA Andrea's violin : AMATI
18. Slaves of the PAst : ESNES
20. ___PAPA, Sioux tribe : HUNK
25. PAssage plan: Abbr. : ITIN
28. Bufos, sPAdefoots, e.g. : TOADS
30. NewsPAper fluff : TYPO
31. PAssage between decks : HATCH
32. POP off : FALLASLEEP
34. Egg of a PArasitic insect : NIT
38. What a PArody might induce : LAUGH
41. PADRES : CHAPLAINS
42. PAss-catcher Rote : KYLE
45. VATER's refusal : NIE
46. Vehicles with PAir-runners : SLEDS
48. Remove, as PAint : ERASE
49. PArticular ___ (council) : SYNOD
51. ABOU Ben Adhem, e.g. : ARAB
52. POPdock derivative : DIGITALIS
55. American PAct org. : OAS
56. SIREd : PROCREATED
59. PAludal plant : TULE
60. " . . . putty, ___, an' PAint": Kipling : BRASS
64. Dies ___ (PAnegyrical hymn) : IRAE
66. SePArately distinct lettering : RONDE
67. PAsha's PAl : EMEER
68. Puzo's "GodFATHER" : DONCORLEONE
69. Becomes PArched : SERES
70. CrawDADS : CRUSTACEANS
72. Radar PAnel line : BLIP
75. RaPA ___ (Easter Island) : NUI
76. PAcking guns : ARMED
78. Gallery featuring Turner PAintings : TATE
80. PArtner of guy : GAL
81. "You'll ___," POP song : NEVERKNOW
82. A sPArkling brightness : GLINT
85. Kind of PA : GRAND
87. POPsy or POPpins : LASS
89. PAPA swan : COB
91. PAsses : ELAPSES
92. PArboiled : SEETHED
95. Old PAlestinian letter : RESH
96. PArt : BEHALF
99. CamPAigner of 1858 : DANITE
100. Tales of the PAst : SAGAS
101. Actress PAPAS : IRENE
103. U. S. Grant counterPArt : RELEE
104. They go with grandFATHER chairs : SOFAS
106. ComPADRES : PALS
108. Kind of rose PAth? : PRIM
109. FATHER of one of David's mighty men : AGEE
111. AddlePAted guy : GINK
114. PArt of the Apocrypha: Abbr. : ESD
116. Univ. dePArtment : SCI
117. PAlindromic word : ERE
118. Where the SIREt flows: Abbr. : SSR

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