YOU WILL BE MISSED

New York Times, Sunday, October 17, 2004

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 70 Missing: {QU} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 205 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. More than high : MANIC
6. Page : LEAF
10. Russian name meaning "holy" : OLGA
14. Lord's workers : SERFS
19. Where the lion spared Androcles : ARENA
20. Transition in logic : ERGO
21. Godsend : BOON
22. Somewhat, after "of" : ASORT
23. Laird or thane? : SCOTMASTER
25. Ex-Dallas coach's daytime show? : LANDRYSOAP
27. Sweetie : HON
28. Additionally : ELSE
29. Web mag : EZINE
31. Cultural breakdown : ANOMIE
32. Blackthorn : SLOE
33. Word with beetle or movie : STAG
34. "What, again?!" : OHNO
36. Denver summer hrs. : MDT
37. Diamond cutter's pace? : JEWELERSLOPE
41. -: Abbr. : NEG
42. What traffic cones may show : LANE
43. Ear malady : OTITIS
44. "Thimble Theater" name : OYL
45. Spinner : ROTATOR
47. Girl in "The Gondoliers" : TESSA
48. Iciness and wetness? : COLDWATERFACETS
53. Rap's Dr. ___ : DRE
54. Loads of : MANY
55. First name in fashion : OLEG
56. Working out well? : FIT
57. "Bed-in" participant, 1969 : ONO
58. Traveler's aid : MAP
59. Prioritizing by army medics, e.g. : TRIAGE
61. Benevolent witchcraft : WICCA
65. What Wordsworth did before he got hip? : WANDEREDLONELYASACLOD
70. Giants on the sports page : NLERS
71. Liking a lot : KEENON
72. Bronze metal : TIN
73. Bite for a bark beetle : ELM
74. Prefix with metric : ISO
76. Do : COIF
77. Tiptop : APEX
79. A caliph of Islam : ALI
80. Games, games and more games? : AFTERNOONOFAFAN
85. One in a booth, maybe : DINER
87. In pigtails, e.g. : TRESSED
88. Wrongdoing : SIN
89. Bridge problem : RENEGE
90. Exhibition area : TENT
91. Dirt disher ___ Smith : LIZ
93. Why water got diverted in the garden? : AHOSEDIVIDED
96. Newsman Bradley and others : EDS
97. Quick note : LINE
98. Results of a wrong turn, perhaps : DENT
99. Tidy up, in a way : EDIT
100. Falling star : METEOR
102. It may be cradled : PHONE
104. Like one smitten : GAGA
105. Answer sheet : KEY
108. Nickname for a pushy priest? : PRODFATHER
110. Young female marchers? : MAIDENANTS
113. Skin ailment : TINEA
114. Fictional Jane : EYRE
115. ___ Sea (inland body of water) : ARAL
116. Milking a cow, e.g. : CHORE
117. Lavender, for one : SCENT
118. Set foot (on) : TROD
119. Park Ave. address part : NYNY
120. Banana oil, e.g. : ESTER
1. Flirt, in old slang : MASH
2. It's a gas : ARCO
3. It's a gas : NEON
4. Quarterback's error: Abbr. : INT
5. Alabama's state flower : CAMELLIA
6. Not so great : LESSER
7. One-named artist : ERTE
8. Gray : AGE
9. Prophesied : FORETOLD
10. Require : OBLIGE
11. Part of F.S.L.I.C. : LOAN
12. Liking a lot : GONEON
13. "Then what?" : AND
14. Decline : SAYNO
15. "The sign of extra service" sloganeer, once : ESSO
16. School pal, maybe : ROOMMATE
17. "Sorry, no can do" : FRAIDNOT
18. Workplace for Michelangelo : STPETERS
24. "A Lesson From ___" : ALOES
26. Ended a call in London : RANGOFF
30. More than daze : ZAP
32. Goes down : SETS
33. How to palm a card : SLYLY
35. Mainz mister : HERR
37. Note : JOTDOWN
38. God, with "the" : ETERNAL
39. Sage : WISEONE
40. In next to no time : SOON
42. Obtained from milk : LACTIC
46. Oolong tea exporter : TAIWAN
48. Karel ___, writer who coined the word "robot" : CAPEK
49. Stopped working, as medicine : WORNOFF
50. Native's opposite : ALIEN
51. Relative of a mallard : TEAL
52. Like brioche : EGGY
54. Natl. Nutrition Mo. : MAR
58. Abbr. in a salutation : MESSRS
59. "Pagliacci" clown : TONIO
60. "All gone," for a tot : EATEN
62. Took everything from, with "out" : CLEANED
63. Fellow's place : COLLEGE
64. Popular : ADMIRED
66. Most like a bone : DRIEST
67. Art ___ (7-Down genre) : DECO
68. Ancient Spanish kingdom : LEON
69. ___-pack : SIX
75. 100 centesimi, once : ONELIRA
77. Make ___ (clench) : AFIST
78. French door part : PANE
80. Cracks : ATTEMPTS
81. Western artist Remington : FREDERIC
82. 140 British pounds : TENSTONE
83. Presider over banquets of those slain in battle : ODIN
84. In unison : ASONEMAN
85. Abnormality : DEVIANCE
86. Quick O.K.: Abbr. : INIT
89. Corrugation : RIDGE
92. Gentle blow : ZEPHYR
93. Liked a lot : ADORED
94. Egg warmer : HEN
95. Mortal : DEADLY
97. For dieters, in ads : LOFAT
101. Garden spot : EDEN
103. Knight in shining armor : HERO
104. Sculptor ___ Lorenzo Bernini : GIAN
105. Ball of string? : KNOT
106. To be, in Brest : ETRE
107. Belgian river : YSER
109. Hanoi holiday : TET
111. Ending with honor : ARY
112. Responses of enlightenment : AHS

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