UNSELFISHNESS

New York Times, Sunday, January 2, 2000

Author: Rich Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 115 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Computer command : ENTER
6. Santa ___ : CLARA
11. "___ girl!" : ATTA
15. Salon cut : SHAG
19. Metallic prefix : FERRI
20. Fuel deliverer : OILER
21. Lows : MOOS
22. Actress Hatcher : TERI
23. Affair update? : FLINGSTATUS
25. Captain Hook, in his dreams? : PANKILLER
27. Italian town near Perugia : ASSISI
28. Secured, with "off" : ROPED
30. It's often used in a pool : STENOPAD
31. French wine-producing hillside : COTE
32. 33-Down initials : DDS
34. Wise men : NESTORS
36. Conscription org. : SSS
37. Toronto-to-Ottawa dir. : ENE
38. Early : WEE
39. Iranian money : RIAL
40. Bro, for one : SIB
42. Reply to a No. 1 son, e.g.? : CHANREACTION
47. Ground cover : GRASS
51. Kind of butter : APPLE
54. Soothing application : TALC
55. Daughter of Cronus : HERA
56. Smart : NATTY
57. Corday's victim : MARAT
58. Long Island town near Bay Shore : ISLIP
60. Like a home, often, before it's sold : REPAINTED
62. City just east of Utah Lake : OREM
63. Symbol of strength : STEEL
64. Downed : EATEN
65. Modifier: Abbr. : ADJ
66. Musial's manager, at times? : STANREMOVER
71. 911 respondent : EMT
72. Oz creator and others : BAUMS
74. 1948 Pulitzer-winning poet : AUDEN
75. Individually : APOP
77. Like some computer printers : DOTMATRIX
81. Unexpected pleasure : TREAT
82. Kansas motto word : ASTRA
83. Spills : SLOPS
84. Confucius's "Book of ___" : ODES
86. "___ Need" (1985 Jack Wagner hit) : ALLI
87. Tangled : MESSY
88. Looks out (for) : CARES
89. Paddy wagon? : CONCOLLECTOR
92. Bang into : RAM
94. Word following an omission : OOPS
95. Questioning syllables : EHS
96. Monthly income source: Abbr. : SSA
99. "Exodus" hero : ARI
102. Colada flavoring : COCONUT
105. Star Wars, initially : SDI
106. Bright students have them : AHAS
107. Like some servants : LIVERIED
109. Religious headpiece : TIARA
112. Abate : EASEUP
114. Fiction writer's problem? : PLOTERROR
116. Governor's official cook? : CHEFOFSTATE
118. Stuttgart title : HERR
119. Ireland, to the Irish : EIRE
120. Yellowish-brown : AMBER
121. Lucky ___ : SEVEN
122. "...so long ___ both shall live?" : ASYE
123. Answer defiantly : SASS
124. Minimum : LEAST
125. Rapunzel feature : TRESS
1. Do away with : EFFACE
2. "On the Road Again" singer : NELSON
3. Sibelius's "Valse ___" : TRISTE
4. Banks on the diamond : ERNIE
5. Fixes : RIGS
6. No-frills bed : COT
7. Make-up artists? : LIARS
8. Choir part : ALTO
9. Enlist anew : REUP
10. Elderberry wine additive, in a Kesselring play : ARSENIC
11. Electric guitar adjunct : AMP
12. Reason to raise a hand : TOAST
13. 85-Down's rider : TONTO
14. They want to know : ASKERS
15. Manche department's capital : STLO
16. Relieves : HELPS
17. Locales : AREAS
18. Hems in : GIRDS
24. First six tracks, say : SIDEA
26. Armpatch, e.g. : INSIGNIA
29. Browne's "cure of all diseases" : DEATH
33. Down-in-the-mouth sort? : DENTIST
35. More artful : SLIER
38. Sharpen : WHET
39. Not as proper : RACIER
41. Breakfast cereal ad? : BRANTEASER
42. One hopping along the Cape Cod coast? : CLAMJUMPER
43. Haile Selassie disciple : RASTA
44. Groundbreaking 90's sitcom : ELLEN
45. It's found in banks : ORE
46. Flannel feature : NAP
48. Essays : ATTEMPTS
49. Powerful speakers : STENTORS
50. Barrett of Pink Floyd : SYD
51. Member of a Latin trio : AMO
52. Geometry line : PARABOLA
53. Wolf or lion : PREDATOR
59. Fold : PLEAT
61. ___ Lingus : AER
66. Boom producer : SST
67. Big pictures : MURALS
68. Digger of "The Life of Riley" : ODELL
69. Pitcher Bob of the 60's Pirates : VEALE
70. Led on : ENTICED
73. Hardly a close win : MASSACRE
76. Wages : PAY
77. Mil. medal : DSC
78. Mythical bird : ROC
79. Response to a court oath : IDO
80. Radio tube filler : XENON
82. "My Michael" author Oz : AMOS
85. 13-Down's horse : SCOUT
90. Kind of scanner : OPTICAL
91. Copper? : THIEF
93. Fabrics that shimmer : MOIRES
96. Gather into a bundle : SHEAVE
97. Browns : SAUTES
98. Sights on ski slopes : ASPENS
99. Series opener : ALPHA
100. Gets to : RILES
101. Old artificial leg material : IVORY
103. Glass-polishing powder : CERIA
104. Household spray targets : ODORS
105. Stock holders : SAFES
106. It has many rays : ASTER
108. Peut-___ (maybe): Fr. : ETRE
110. Woeful words : AHME
111. First name in country : REBA
113. Subordinate title: Abbr. : ASST
115. ___ publica (commonwealth) : RES
117. Scrap : ORT

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