TURNAROUNDS

New York Times, Sunday, October 21, 2001

Author: Robert H. Wolfe
Editor: Will Shortz
Robert H. Wolfe
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 73 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 50 for Mr. Wolfe. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pop music's Salt-N-___ : PEPA
5. One experienced with running : POL
8. It parallels a radius : ULNA
12. Shield : DEFEND
18. Writer LeShan and others : EDAS
19. Like bronze or tin : RUSTPROOF
22. Certain ticket request : ONEWAY
23. Daredevil's desire : RISK
24. Requesting shipments in wooden containers? : ORDERINGALACRATE
26. Rips out basting : UNSEWS
28. Meets : RISESTO
29. Hidden : INNER
30. Venerable scholar of old England : BEDE
31. Artist Gustave : DORE
33. Kind of room : MENS
35. Germinate : BUD
36. Chain hotel in Madrid? : SPANISHRAMADA
42. Capital of Switzerland? : ESS
45. Scrap : ORT
46. 1970's Tony Musante series : TOMA
47. Old Germans : TEUTONS
48. Certain sweater, informally : CREW
49. "Disgusting!" : UGH
50. Chopin piece : ETUDE
52. Dame ___ : EDNA
53. Classic 1953 27-Down : SHANE
54. Monastic sites? : THEFRAPAVILIONS
58. Biggest employer in Marysville, Ohio : HONDA
59. Keg stopper : BUNG
60. Addition column : TENS
61. Be careful : LOOKOUT
63. Captain in "Billy Budd" : VERE
65. Good lookers : EYERS
67. Bittern, e.g. : HERON
70. 1960's espionage show : ISPY
71. Dissect, British-style : ANALYSE
73. Fifth canonical hour : NONE
74. Word before "sweet land of liberty" : THEE
76. Marker : STELE
77. Supporter of sewer dwellers? : PATRONOFTHERATS
84. Philly player : SIXER
85. Knee-slapper : HOOT
86. Inveigled : LURED
87. Bill blocker : NAY
88. U.S.M.A. part: Abbr. : ACAD
89. Contract parts : CLAUSES
92. Utah's ___ Canyon : SEGO
93. Babel : DIN
94. Space craft : LEM
95. Actor Pitt selling cosmetics? : THEBRADOFAVON
97. One hopes for this in an I.C.U. : TLC
98. Cut short, maybe : CROP
99. Popular musical based on a Paul Gallico story : LILI
100. Spillane's "___ Jury" : ITHE
102. Easy gait : AMBLE
105. Mysteries : ENIGMAS
110. Looks down on : SCORNS
112. Butting heads, charging other sheep, etc.? : STRONGRAMTACTICS
116. Taunted : RODE
117. Chairman's need : AGENDA
118. Part of a demonstration : PROTESTER
119. Actresses Murray and Clark : MAES
120. Just out : NEWEST
121. Cong. period : SESS
122. Sturdy pad : SOS
123. Basic French verb : ETRE
1. Home of the writer Mario Vargas Llosa : PERU
2. Castle Rock site : EDINBURGH
3. Was OK'd by Playtex? : PASSEDTHEBRAEXAM
4. Solicited : ASKED
5. Masters : PROS
6. Tommy Dorsey's "___ Love" : OUR
7. It can have you seeing things : LSD
8. "A God in Ruins" novelist : URIS
9. Unattended : LONE
10. Thick drinks : NOGS
11. "... to buy ___ pig" : AFAT
12. 1988 Dennis Quaid film : DOA
13. Live oak : ENCINA
14. Flowerless plants : FERNS
15. McGregor of "The Phantom Menace" : EWAN
16. "Big ___" (comic strip) : NATE
17. Salon worker : DYER
20. ___ Clark who sang "Poor, Poor Pitiful Me" : TERRI
21. Druid, e.g. : PRIEST
25. "Death of a Salesman" salesman : LOMAN
27. See 53-Across : WESTERN
31. Block : DAMUP
32. Out at the prom, maybe : ONADATE
34. Publishers' hirees, for short : EDS
35. Spell : BOUT
37. Soups : POTAGES
38. Scoundrels : HEELS
39. 1970's A's All-Star Joe : RUDI
40. ___ time : ATNO
41. Complain : MOAN
42. Specialty in history as well as medicine? : ERANOSEANDTHROAT
43. Parody : SENDUP
44. Like gym clothes : SWEATY
48. More stifling : CHOKIER
51. Anytime : EVER
53. Premium channel: Abbr. : SHO
55. Filled up : FUELLED
56. Office-holders : INS
57. Traffic caution : SLO
62. Busy : ONTHEGO
63. Subordinate : VASSAL
64. Inveigle : ENTICE
66. "Uh-huh" : YEP
67. Baby cake : HON
68. Form of acetylacetone : ENOL
69. Nyet, e.g. : REFUSAL
72. "___ out!" : YER
73. Prominent : NOTED
75. Pleasure-seeking : HEDONIC
78. Fictional hunter : AHAB
79. Period of duty : TOUR
80. Santa ___ : ROSA
81. Fountain name : TREVI
82. Worst lagger in a race : TAILENDER
83. Together, after "in" : SYNC
89. Comic Margaret : CHO
90. Pariah : LEPER
91. Relief : SOLACE
95. Futurists' focus : TRENDS
96. Some boxes are made with them : FISTS
98. Copy : CLONE
101. "Careless Hands" singer, 1949 : TORME
102. Simile center : ASAN
103. Number of points?: Abbr. : MTGE
104. Concoct : BREW
106. Down times : NAPS
107. Nagy of Hungary : IMRE
108. Mustang racers, once? : GTOS
109. "Welcome" sights : MATS
110. Bygone pol. units : SSRS
111. Zaire's Mobutu ___ Seko : SESE
113. Hood's arm : GAT
114. "___ time" : ITS
115. AT&T has one : CEO

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