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New York Times, Sunday, November 12, 2000

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 68 Missing: {Q} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 41 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Rigging attachment : MAST
5. Man on first? : ADAM
9. Riffraff : SCUM
13. Walk fancily : SASHAY
19. Folk forename : ARLO
20. Sweats : WORKSHARD
22. So to so, say : OCTAVE
23. Use a fisherman to put the kibosh on? : SCOTCHWITHABASSCHASER
26. Circle : COTERIE
27. Game point, in tennis : ADIN
28. Argus-eyed : ALERT
29. Authenticated "Death of a Salesman" manuscript? : MILLERGENUINEDRAFT
35. You may be lost without it : MAP
38. Center of a ball? : BELLE
39. Focus of a July 2000 crash investigation : SST
40. Disparaging word : SLUR
41. John Wooden Center site : UCLA
43. Taken : INUSE
47. Game portion : HALF
50. ___ corda (musical direction) : UNA
51. Obi-Wan Kenobi actor's thoughts about Gregory Hines? : GUINNESSONTAP
56. Composer of La Scala's premiere opera : SALIERI
58. Where Peggy Fleming won gold : GRENOBLE
59. French Revolution figure : MARAT
61. Homemade pistol : ZIPGUN
62. Kind of story : SAD
63. Gymnast's pointed part : TOE
64. Aries or Taurus : CAR
65. Choice marble : TAW
67. ___ age (long time) : COONS
68. Headline about Aniston and Pitt's breakup? : JANDBONTHEROCKS
72. Bahraini V.I.P. : SHEIK
75. Kind of story : SOB
76. Opera singer Bostridge : IAN
77. Lago feeder : RIO
78. ___ pro nobis : ORA
81. Certain freight train : COALER
83. Extract forcefully : WRING
85. Voluntarily, perhaps : ASAFAVOR
87. Oration station : ROSTRUM
89. Early spring sights? : ACOUPLEOFBUDS
91. Pastels and such : ART
92. Hold back : STEM
94. Be in an altared state? : KNEEL
95. Splashy 1963 film title role, for short : CLEO
96. Chinwags : GABS
98. Baseball card abbr. : RBI
100. New York University's ___ School of the Arts : TISCH
104. Long period : EON
105. Maple Leafs team photo? : SHOTOFCANADIANCLUB
112. South American capital : SUCRE
113. Immensely : ATON
114. Cavities : HOLLOWS
118. Warren Spahn? : PITCHEROFOLDMILWAUKEE
123. Stilt's cousin : AVOCET
124. Score after a tie-breaking safety : NINESEVEN
125. Bad thing to be under : FIRE
126. Choir section : TENORS
127. Split personalities? : EXES
128. Shortchanges : GYPS
129. Oats, possibly : FEED
1. Like some nouns: Abbr. : MASC
2. ___ Arena (Kings' home) : ARCO
3. Token taker : SLOT
4. Family figure : TOTEM
5. How long one might stay : AWHILE
6. Prosper : DOWELL
7. Uris protagonist : ARI
8. AMEX, e.g.: Abbr. : MKT
9. A park may provide it : SHADE
10. Ship assignment : CABIN
11. Father of the Titans : URANUS
12. Ward workers, for short : MDS
13. Pedestal base : SOCLE
14. Hurt : ACHED
15. Kay and Kenneth : STARRS
16. South-of-the-border sign-off : HASTALUEGO
17. Old-time welcome : AVE
18. Suffix with law : YER
21. Pursue : SHAG
24. It may be in the palm of one's hand : CRIB
25. Holiday hirees : SANTAS
30. "ER" actress Christine : ELISE
31. Union city? : RENO
32. Suffix with boor or Moor : ISH
33. 5K, maybe : FUNRUN
34. Track team? : TRAINS
35. "Mr. ___ Steps Out" (Leo Gorcey comedy) : MUGGS
36. Legend maker : ACURA
37. Employed busily : PLIED
42. First name in advice : ANN
44. Deprive of courage : UNMAN
45. Begin chastising : STARTINON
46. Lent part? : EAR
48. ___-Boy recliner : LAZ
49. Extinguish, as some lights : FLICKOFF
52. What an unappealing offer might get : NOTAKERS
53. Deep black : EBON
54. They may fly in the winter : SLEDS
55. Blessed bread holder : PATEN
57. Financial page listings, briefly : IPOS
60. Concern of some smokers : TAR
64. Army attack helicopter : COBRA
66. Inferior : WORSE
68. Dump, so to speak : JILT
69. It'll do for the present : BOW
70. Peace Palace's place, with "The" : HAGUE
71. "Later" : CIAO
72. Runts : SCRAGS
73. "Yay!" : HOORAH
74. Ted Williams Tunnel locale : EASTBOSTON
78. Embryo sac encloser : OVULE
79. People may lose their seats in this : RODEO
80. Lighting of a torch : ARSON
82. Oxcart's track : RUT
84. "Gross!" : ICK
85. Beat : ALLIN
86. Epitome of simplicity : ABC
88. "Jeepers Creepers" lyricist : MERCER
90. Anti-fur org. : PETA
93. Many an exec : MBA
97. Plaster, in a way : STUCCO
99. Stuck : INAFIX
101. Cart : SCHLEP
102. Fools : CLOWNS
103. Hippy movement? : HULA
106. Orangish yellow : OCHER
107. Stews : FRETS
108. When many office workers return to work : ATONE
109. Welfare grants : DOLES
110. Some candidates: Abbr. : INDS
111. Poker ploy : BLUFF
115. Panhandler, perhaps : OKIE
116. Number one starter? : WERE
117. Lentil, e.g. : SEED
118. Learned perfectly : PAT
119. It may be added to impress : IVE
120. Like a gas gauge just before a fill-up? : ONE
121. Filmdom's Ryan : MEG
122. Wrigley Field feature : IVY

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