WHOSE WHAT?

New York Times, Sunday, January 2, 1994

Author: Brian G. Tyler
Editor: Will Shortz
Brian G. Tyler
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Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 170, Blocks: 106 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Tyler. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pops : SODAS
6. Cards left over from a deal : TALON
11. Invited a ticket? : SPED
15. Born's partner : BRED
19. Parts of villas : ATRIA
20. Handel bars? : SONATA
21. The Ponte Vecchio crosses it : ARNO
22. Dalai ______ : LAMA
23. Genius's residence : SHERLOCKSHOME
26. Michele's area of study : LEESMAJOR
28. "_____ do" (old hello) : HOW
29. State of being late : ARREARS
30. Pan's opposite : RAVE
32. Site in "Julius Caesar" : SENATE
33. Sawyer and others : DIANES
34. Lighting problem? : ARSON
35. Like many doorways : ARCHED
36. Baby food : PAP
39. Sty matriarch : SOW
40. Considerably : ALOT
41. Happy hour order : ALE
42. Affirm : AVER
44. Bentsen's dental device : LLOYDSBRIDGE
50. Defective : BAD
53. Size 5 women's shoe : PETITE
55. Enlists again : REUPS
56. Asia, the "the" : EAST
58. Balzac novel "Le _____ Goriot" : PERE
59. Wind: Prefix : ANEMO
60. Women's auxiliary of 60 Down: Abbr. : WAAF
61. Bird back from near extinction : CONDOR
63. Testify : AVOW
64. Start of many horror titles : CURSE
65. Outhouse site, perhaps : WCSFIELD
68. Thinly : SPARSELY
70. "Owner of a Lonely Heart" rock band : YES
71. Having a golden touch : GILT
72. Merriment : GLEE
73. Terrorist cell : CADRE
74. Stephen King best seller : CARRIE
77. Marriage locale : ALTAR
78. Hebrew for "house of God" : BETHEL
80. Rumble : MELEE
81. Robber's take : LOOT
82. It's north of Okla. : KANS
83. Mos. and mos. : YRS
86. Worse than feeble : HELPLESS
89. Shula's shoelace problem : DONSKNOT
91. Confused : ATSEA
93. Thumb-twiddling : IDLE
94. Seth or Clarence : THOMAS
96. Spare parts? : RIBS
97. Desires : LUSTS
98. Admissions chief : DEAN
99. Bach violin sonata, e.g. : SOLO
100. 22 Across's capital : LHASA
102. Shinbones : TIBIAS
103. Site of semicircular canals : EAR
104. With whom Backus quarreled : JIMSNEIGHBOR
108. "I cannot tell _____" : ALIE
109. Nice friend : AMI
111. Hatchery sound : PEEP
112. One who wears stripes : REF
114. Law degree : LLD
115. Gypsy : ROMANY
119. Hobo's home : SHACK
121. The "R" in CORE : RACIAL
124. City north of Lisbon : OPORTO
125. Nursery color : PINK
126. Filled : REPLETE
127. Party girl : DEB
130. Where a Muppet strolls : BERTSPARK
132. Sondheim's secret from the Feds : STEPHENSSTILL
135. Noted Harper's Bazaar illustrator : ERTE
136. Words of comprehension : ISEE
137. One way to be cast : ADRIFT
138. Mount : HORSE
139. During office hours : DAYS
140. "Mask" star : CHER
141. Have the _____ on : GOODS
142. Married, in a way : YOKED
1. Part of an officer's uniform : SASH
2. Emperor of A.D. 69 : OTHO
3. Keene sleuth : DREW
4. _____ Jordan : AIR
5. Bar-made items? : SALADS
6. Keepsake : TOKEN
7. Vase handles : ANSAE
8. Cowardly Lion actor and family : LAHRS
9. Siouan Indians : OTOS
10. 60's service site : NAM
11. One discharged from the Navy? : SALVO
12. Primp : PREEN
13. Wind dir. : ENE
14. Chancel cloth : DOSSAL
15. Mont _____ : BLANC
16. Indian prince : RAJAH
17. Overact : EMOTE
18. Adventured : DARED
20. Doctor's note? : SCRAWL
24. Player at Camden Yards : ORIOLE
25. Box score component : ERROR
27. Sea, in old verse : MERE
31. _____ spumante : ASTI
34. Clerical garb : ALBS
36. Roman rule : PAPACY
37. New York's Columbus : AVENUE
38. Apostle's wine storage area : PETERSCELLAR
40. Venomous viper : ASP
41. Moral man? : AESOP
43. Opposite of hubs : RIMS
45. _____ of Zeus at Dodona : ORACLE
46. Brewing aid : YEAST
47. Rump : DUFF
48. Thieves' locale : DEN
49. Wanders : GADS
50. Part of actress Garland's window : BEVERLYSSILL
51. Have _____ to play (be of use) : AROLE
52. Moist, perhaps : DEWY
54. Piggie : TOE
57. Religious essays : TRACTS
58. _____ deux : PASDE
60. See 60 Across : WWII
61. Shoe "treads" : CLEATS
62. Czech river : ODER
66. Northern hemispheres? : IGLOOS
67. Singer/songwriter John : ELTON
69. Cheer : RAH
71. Says hi : GREETS
75. Intro for stock or horn : ALPEN
76. Electrical unit : REL
77. "Sweet Liberty" star : ALDA
78. Tropical African tree : BAOBAB
79. Tolkien creatures : ENTS
80. Euripides tragedy : MEDEA
82. Fried snack : KNISH
84. Kind of outlet : RETAIL
85. Talked back : SASSED
86. Ensconce : HIDE
87. Japanese sliding screen : SHOJI
88. Sun: Prefix : SOLI
90. 1800's U.S. Army rifle : KRAG
91. Champion crowned 10/30/74 : ALI
92. Part of a marching band : TUBA
95. Tattoo dedicatee : MOM
100. Kind of soup : LEEK
101. Very fashionable : HIP
102. Candies : TREATS
105. Link : SPAN
106. Peninsulas : NECKS
107. _____ Express : ORIENT
109. They take to the hills : ANTS
110. Having Coke-bottle glasses? : MYOPIC
113. Plump : FLESHY
115. In judicial attire : ROBED
116. Threepenny entertainment? : OPERA
117. Mickey Mouse nephew : MORTY
118. Johnson and others : ARTES
119. Shopping _____ : SPREE
120. Outdoorsman, perhaps : HIKER
121. Not an original : REPRO
122. Farm pest : APHID
123. Staff leaders : CLEFS
126. Write over : REDO
127. Actor Bogarde : DIRK
128. Otherwise : ELSE
129. Blackmailed : BLED
131. Firewood choice : ASH
133. Make out, in baseball : TAG
134. Overmuch : TOO

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