GOING ALL OUT

New York Times, Sunday, November 16, 2003

Author: Cathy Millhauser
Editor: Will Shortz
Cathy Allis
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 81 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Informed : POSTED
7. Many a hymn : CHORALE
14. James ___ Garfield : ABRAM
19. "Do I have a volunteer?" : ANYONE
20. Duck with a broad bill : SHOVELER
21. Spot broadcast, often : PROMO
22. Walked purposefully : STRODE
23. Bribe, say, a gardener? : PAYOFFINSPADES
25. French high : HAUTE
26. A peer : EARL
27. Opposite of windward : ALEE
28. Botanical creeper : VINE
29. Withhold praise for certain football linemen? : APPLAUDNOEND
33. Blows away : ASTOUNDS
35. Blows it : ERRS
36. Un vote, peut-être : OUI
38. Past potentate : TSAR
39. Just fine : AOK
42. Get a ride for seismological research? : BEDRIVENTOAFAULT
50. Jones of the original Rolling Stones : BRIAN
53. Minnesota's state bird : LOON
54. Jamaica-based music : SKA
55. Karel Capek play : RUR
56. Shooting target? : ENEMY
57. Dungeonlike : DANK
59. "Only Time" singer : ENYA
62. Great start? : MAXI
63. What mold might do at an obesity clinic? : DEVELOPONALARGESCALE
68. Actress Petty : LORI
69. When repeated, a rebuke : TUT
70. Kind of standard : GOLD
71. Make a monster smart? : STINGSOMETHINGFIERCE
80. ___ de vivre : JOIE
81. Elisabeth of "Leaving Las Vegas" : SHUE
82. Reset figure : ZERO
83. Mooring sites : PIERS
84. Welsh rabbit ingredient : ALE
85. Today's platters : CDS
87. Dark shade : NAVY
89. Row house hangout : STOOP
90. Emulate some of Bach's composing? : WORKWITHAPASSION
97. Seek intelligence : SPY
98. Queen who wrote "Leap of Faith" : NOOR
99. Gift of flowers : LEI
100. Troubles : WOES
103. Repudiated : DISOWNED
107. Do humor in the style of Alfred E. Neuman? : WRITELIKEMAD
114. Kaffiyeh wearer : ARAB
115. Bjorn rival : ILIE
117. Alternative to Chuck : CHAS
118. "___ Heartbeat" (1991 Amy Grant hit) : EVERY
119. Take first place in a whiskey drinking contest? : WINBYALONGSHOT
123. Strong-arm : COERCE
124. ___ Lauder : ESTEE
125. Canines' neighbors : INCISORS
126. Fast food order : BURGER
127. Herringlike fishes : SHADS
128. Listers on eBay : SELLERS
129. Mounts : STEEDS
1. Ottoman title : PASHA
2. Ready to be drafted : ONTAP
3. Corn product : SYRUP
4. Flute sound : TOOTLE
5. Ingratiate : ENDEAR
6. River in Aberdeen : DEE
7. One-named Spanish singer/actress : CHARO
8. Big name in games : HOYLE
9. Ab ___ (from the beginning) : OVO
10. One who may O.K. a KO : REF
11. ___ Romeo : ALFA
12. Girl rescued by Don Juan : LEILA
13. Carmaker Maserati : ERNESTO
14. PC program : APP
15. Showy musical style : BRAVURA
16. "The Kiss" sculptor : RODIN
17. Set right : AMEND
18. Aaron's brother : MOSES
20. Full extent : SPAN
24. ___ date (makes wedding plans) : SETSA
26. Bomb developed in the 1950's : EDSEL
30. Metro area : URB
31. Natl. Adoption Awareness Month : NOV
32. Club charges : DUES
34. Clodhopper : OAF
37. Printing press part : INKER
39. Not up : ABED
40. River in D-Day news : ORNE
41. Chicken ___ : KIEV
43. Dummkopf : DODO
44. Mixed-with-white, as horsehair : ROAN
45. Present from birth : INNATE
46. Salsa quality : TANG
47. Continental divide : URAL
48. Poshness : LUXE
49. Geometrical prefix : TRI
51. Title girl in a 2001 French comedy : AMELIE
52. One stocking : NYLON
58. Butterfingers : KLUTZ
60. Human cracker : YEGG
61. Commencing : ASOF
62. Arrived : MADEIT
64. Grps. : ORGS
65. "That's hogwash!" : PISH
66. Ohio University site : ATHENS
67. Excerpts : CLIPS
71. With God as one's co-pilot? : SOLO
72. Seating section : TIER
73. Punch response : OUCH
74. Hero's pride : MEDAL
75. Income source for seniors, for short : IRAS
76. ___ Sad (city on the Danube) : NOVI
77. Model T contemporaries : REOS
78. Dusting target : CROP
79. Spot : ESPY
80. Shoot the breeze : JAW
86. Gush : SPEW
88. Loud complaints : YOWLS
91. Gnarly : KNOBBED
92. Bowl over : WOW
93. Ancient land with a sea named after it : IONIA
94. Support for a 28-Across : TRELLIS
95. Clothes dryer : AIR
96. "___ won't!" (curt refusal) : NOI
101. Scrape together : EKEOUT
102. Torrential : SEVERE
103. Coolidge's veep : DAWES
104. Rollers of R's : IRISH
105. Christmas decoration : SANTA
106. Saturn satellite : DIONE
108. Blood of the gods, in Greek myth : ICHOR
109. 1950's-60's missiles : THORS
110. Chow : EATS
111. Traffic sign : MERGE
112. Like a rainbow : ARCED
113. Batik artists, e.g. : DYERS
116. Abbr. at the bottom of a business letter : ENCL
120. Thumbs-up : YES
121. Rap progenitor ___ Scott-Heron : GIL
122. Jacksonville-to-Miami dir. : SSE
123. "Rescue 911" network : CBS

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