SOUND LOGIC

New York Times, Sunday, October 26, 1997

Author: Cathy Millhauser
Editor: Will Shortz
Cathy Allis
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 68 Missing: {FJXZ} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 36 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Split : DIVIDE
7. Skiing type : ALPINE
13. Pressing machines : MANGLES
20. Closer to base? : EVILER
21. See 60-Across : MARNER
22. Impute : ASCRIBE
23. Start of a verse : MOVERRHYMESWITHHOOVER
26. Azerbaijani neighbor : IRANI
27. Missouri feeder : OSAGE
28. Salt, perhaps : CURE
29. Faxed : SENT
30. Land in Genesis : EDOM
32. European fruit tree : SORB
34. Leases : RENTS
36. River inlet : RIA
39. Jack in oaters : ELAM
41. Agt. such as Ness : TMAN
43. B.C. Judean king : HEROD
47. Part of A.D. : ANNO
49. Sounding startled : AGASP
52. Power problem : OUTAGE
55. Old record label : EMI
56. Part 2 of the verse : ISGROVERHENCEAGROOVER
60. With 21-Across, an 1861 literary hero : SILAS
61. Kind of sax : ALTO
62. Route : LINE
63. "___ It Romantic?" : ISNT
64. Changes a Life sentence? : EDITS
65. B. A. Baracus's group : ATEAM
66. Tag : LABEL
68. Suddenly shrinks : RECOILS
70. Costa del Sol section : PLAYA
73. Launch of 7/10/62 : TELSTAR
77. Ferber's "Giant" ranch : REATA
79. Caravan maker : DODGE
81. Basso Tajo : ITALO
82. Yours, in Yonne : ATOI
85. Mrs. David Copperfield : DORA
87. Month after Nisan : IYAR
88. What optimists have : HOPES
89. Part 3 of the verse : DOLOVERSBECOMELOUVERS
94. Afore : ERE
95. It's often underfoot : INSOLE
96. Stopped lying : SATUP
97. Art Deco notable : ERTE
98. Mythical queen of Thebes : NIOBE
100. Dickens girl : NELL
102. Medicare-eligible, maybe : AGED
104. Draft org. : SSS
105. Neighbor of 26-Across : IRAQI
108. Kissers : YAPS
111. Burden of proof : ONUS
113. Stand in ceremony? : DAIS
116. Verdant : LUSH
118. Head lock : TRESS
120. Clearing : GLADE
124. End of the verse : ILLHAVETOTHINKITOOVER
128. Kind of counter : CALORIE
129. Dogear mark : CREASE
130. Custodians, colloquially : SUPERS
131. Custody : KEEPING
132. Impaired : HARMED
133. Neverending, once : ETERNE
1. ___-plié (ballet movement) : DEMI
2. Actor-songwriter Novello : IVOR
3. Start of a cheer : VIVA
4. Kristen on "Ryan's Hope" : ILENE
5. Mock : DERIDE
6. Goof : ERR
7. Lowell and Tan : AMYS
8. Mahayana monks : LAMAS
9. Ragú rival : PREGO
10. Book extra : INSERT
11. Fresh : NEW
12. Lassie creator Knight : ERIC
13. Slalom champ Phil : MAHRE
14. Cinereous : ASHEN
15. Cpl., e.g. : NCO
16. ___ Pointe, Mich. : GROSSE
17. In play : LIVE
18. Bacheller's "___ Holden" : EBEN
19. Spanish muralist : SERT
24. Expression of respect : HOMAGE
25. Coward : TURNTAIL
31. King Harald's predecessor : OLAV
33. Student body pres., e.g. : BMOC
35. Lt. Kojak : THEO
36. Grower : RAISER
37. Private : INSIDE
38. Like some of the early English : ANGLIC
40. Peter Weiss drama "___/Sade" : MARAT
42. "The Clan of the Cave Bear" author : AUEL
44. Rotations, in garages : REVS
45. Awaited sign : OMEN
46. Tabloid talk : DIRT
48. Handel's "Messiah," e.g. : ORATORIO
50. Drag : SHLEP
51. Attar source : PETAL
53. Related on the father's side : AGNATE
54. Diving bird : GREBE
57. Actor Davis : OSSIE
58. Wandering : NOMADIC
59. Old-fashioned cooker : OILSTOVE
65. Famed furrier's family : ASTORS
67. Name meaning "My God is he" : ELIHU
69. Burdened : LADEN
71. Shows wild instability : YOYOS
72. "Battlestar Galactica" commander : ADAMA
74. Some church lighting : TAPERS
75. Advisories : ALERTS
76. Media executive Steven and others : ROSSES
78. Incendiary sinner : ARSONIST
80. Actress Scacchi : GRETA
82. Yemeni capital : ADEN
83. Geometric solids : TORI
84. Muffin topper : OLEO
86. Equipped : ABLE
90. One in a heat : VIER
91. Like elvers : EELY
92. 1931 Dracula portrayer : LUGOSI
93. Receptive : OPEN
99. Miter wearer : BISHOP
101. Snit : LATHER
103. Waiting place in a park : DUGOUT
106. Sergeant York : ALVIN
107. "The Caine Mutiny" captain : QUEEG
109. Father of Paris : PRIAM
110. Brains : SENSE
112. Incline : SLOPE
113. Gumshoe : DICK
114. Avis pair : ALAE
115. Latin pronoun : ILLE
117. High: Ger. : HOCH
119. Variety listing : SKED
121. Say it's so : AVER
122. "After Dark, My Sweet" actor, 1990 : DERN
123. Highland tongue : ERSE
125. Christina's father : ARI
126. Singsong syllable : TRA
127. Literary inits. : TSE

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