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New York Times, Sunday, October 27, 2002

Author: Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Nicholson Joline
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 101 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Clout : MUSCLE
7. Enterprise officer : SPOCK
12. Actor born Alphonso D'Abruzzo : ALANALDA
20. Neil Armstrong or John Glenn : OHIOAN
21. St. Anthony of ___ : PADUA
22. Like a junkyard car : TIRELESS
23. ... biographical best seller? : MUMMYDEAREST
25. ... TV show? : BAYWITCH
26. Sends : SHIPS
27. One way to sit : PRETTY
28. Powerful advocacy grp. : AMA
29. Medical suffix : OSIS
31. 1978 Peace Nobelist : SADAT
33. Winston Cup org. : NASCAR
39. "For shame!" : TUTTUT
43. Barbecue offering : RIB
44. Irritating sound : WHINE
45. Like some foreign films : UNRATED
47. ... comic strip character? : DADDYWARLOCKS
52. Detective, at times : TAIL
53. Break international agreements, maybe : REARM
55. Exclusive : SOLE
56. It's related : TALE
57. ... song by Billy Joel? : UPTOWNGHOUL
60. Large swallows : SWIGS
62. Retreat : DEN
63. Fast writer : STENO
64. Showed disrespect : SASSED
66. Scenic area, often : SEACOAST
68. Caesar, e.g.: Abbr. : EMP
70. No-___ (gnat) : SEEUM
72. Vote in Vichy : NON
73. Onetime prominent South African couple : MANDELAS
78. Riot : SCREAM
81. VCR button : RESET
85. Prefix with catastrophe : ECO
86. Congressional measure of 1993 : NAFTA
88. ... school official? : HEADMONSTER
90. Hearts : NUBS
92. Commercial suffix with Jumbo : TRON
93. Supercilious look : SNEER
94. Raced : TORE
95. ... media job? : TALKSHOWGHOST
99. Folgers alternative : SAVARIN
101. Didn't go to a restaurant : ATEIN
102. John : LAV
103. Called : TERMED
104. "I before E" rule, e.g. : LESSON
106. Shades : TONES
108. Word said just before opening the eyes : AMEN
110. Ballad ending : EER
112. 2004 Olympics locale : GREECE
114. Three-time Super Bowl site : TAMPA
119. ... city? : SPOOKANE
124. ... sport? : DUCKHAUNTING
126. Like some confrontations : TOETOTOE
127. Prefix with -pathy : OSTEO
128. Unification Church member : MOONIE
129. Sprays : AEROSOLS
130. Painting surface : GESSO
131. Hammer of note : ARMAND
1. Suburban political force : MOMS
2. "No sirree" : UHUH
3. ___ Valley, city near L.A. : SIMI
4. Freebie : COMP
5. Decks, as an opponent : LAYSOUT
6. ___-all : END
7. Boxes : SPARS
8. Whittle (down) : PARE
9. "The Country Girl" playwright : ODETS
10. Pie that may be an eyeful? : CUSTARD
11. Late summer singer : KATYDID
12. Ready to swing : ATBAT
13. Neeson of "Rob Roy" : LIAM
14. Nordic : ARYAN
15. "What's ___?" : NEW
16. 2001 Will Smith role : ALI
17. Court call : LET
18. Mil. award : DSC
19. Neutral shade : ASH
24. Prefix with gram : EPI
30. Rear : STERN
32. Chasm : ABYSS
34. Hole-maker : AWL
35. In bad condition : SHOT
36. Harvest fly : CICADA
37. Hocks : horses :: ___ : humans : ANKLES
38. "I ___ that!" : RESENT
39. People might go for a spin in them : TUTUS
40. Not fitting : UNAPT
41. Like a sunset at the end of a movie : TRITE
42. Like eagles and owls : TALONED
46. M.D. and Ph.D. : DEGS
47. Refuse : DROSS
48. Diverts : AMUSES
49. Sends, in a way : WOWS
50. Sam Shepard's "___ of the Mind" : ALIE
51. Reagan's first Treasury secretary : REGAN
54. "Clever me!" : AHA
58. Word on a door : WOMEN
59. Sponge : LEECH
61. What a 93-Across expresses : SCORN
65. Pressure : DURESS
67. Tepid rating : ONESTAR
69. She wrote "Dying / Is an art, like everything else" : PLATH
71. Foreordained : MEANT
73. Kind of block : MENTAL
74. Pointed : ACUATE
75. Court figures : NOBLES
76. Big top? : AFRO
77. Pack : STOW
79. Suffix with stock : ADE
80. Strasbourg ladies: Abbr. : MMES
82. Attack : STORM
83. Goosebump-raising : EERIE
84. Pollster's determination : TREND
87. White, informally : ANGLO
89. Harangue : ORATE
91. Cross-country ___ : SKIS
96. ___-Cat : SNO
97. Abject : HANGDOG
98. Make hackneyed : OVERUSE
100. Monopoly avenue : VENTNOR
105. Swell : NEATO
106. Cashew and citron : TREES
107. Offshoots : SECTS
108. Blessing prompter : ACHOO
109. Give-hand connection : MEA
111. Organic compound : ENOL
113. Manages, with "out" : EKES
115. Jot : ATOM
116. "Dracula" girl : MINA
117. Nabokov novel : PNIN
118. Like some cheeses : AGED
119. Penn., for one : STA
120. "Ulalume" poet : POE
121. "Star-Spangled Banner" preposition : OER
122. Siouan speaker : OTO
123. Flattens, for short : KOS
125. Ethan's co-star in "Gattaca," 1997 : UMA

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