QUIET IN THERE!

New York Times, Sunday, November 2, 2003

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 76 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 116 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. One for the record books : STAT
5. Supermodel Carré : OTIS
9. Antarctic explorer Shackleton : ERNEST
15. License holder : CAR
18. City southwest of Bogotá : CALI
19. Congregational areas : NAVES
21. Stainless : CHASTE
22. Speed : HIE
23. Hit the ground : ALIT
24. It's a cut above : TBONE
25. Big name in brewing : LIPTON
26. "___ Woman" (Maria Muldaur hit) : IMA
27. They're often caught in the morning : RUSHHOURTRAINS
30. Put through a blender : PUREED
32. How prices may rise : STEEPLY
33. Spike's bowlful : ALPO
34. "Oops!" : IGOOFED
35. Extinct flightless bird : MOA
36. Some brokerage biz : IPOS
37. Reed and Rawls : LOUS
38. Work on the street : PAVE
42. Sauce ingredients from the garden : FRESHHERBS
46. "Measure" of evidence : SHRED
50. Turn over : UPEND
52. "Stay" singer ___ Loeb : LISA
53. Prayer leader : IMAM
55. Circle dance : HORA
56. Spiced cookie : GINGERNUT
59. In what way : HOW
60. Brought down : ABASED
62. Regatta unit : SAILBOAT
63. Hurdle for a future litigator: Abbr. : LSAT
65. Onetime lover of Callas : ONASSIS
66. "No one knows ..." : ITSVERYHUSHHUSH
69. Reddish-brown : RUSSETY
72. Circus cries : OOHS
73. Actress who wrote "Respect for Acting" : UTAHAGEN
77. Book that says "Mordecai rent his clothes, and put on sackcloth with ashes" : ESTHER
78. Hose wrecker : RUN
79. Chief constituent of china clay : KAOLINITE
80. Mrs. Rabin : LEAH
81. Excellent : AONE
83. "The Gambler" star, 1974 : CAAN
85. Honcho : NABOB
86. "Ready ___ ..." : ORNOT
88. Needing a loan : CASHHUNGRY
92. Cluckers : HENS
93. Breather : REST
95. Colleen's country : EIRE
96. Bean sprout? : EAR
98. Singles bar giveaway?: Abbr. : PHONENO
101. Paella base : RICE
102. "Woman With a Crow" artist : PICASSO
106. Refuses : SAYSNO
107. 1950 hit that begins "The night is like a lovely tune" : MYFOOLISHHEART
110. Postal delivery: Abbr. : ENV
111. Play station : ARCADE
113. Minimal : LEAST
114. Mussolini, in headlines : DUCE
115. Nice one : UNE
116. Counter man? : GEIGER
117. Come after : ENSUE
118. "Do you have Prince Albert in ___?" : ACAN
119. Temp's work unit : DAY
120. Grass cutters : EDGERS
121. Trick ending? : STER
122. Bird sanctuary : NEST
1. Old battle line? : SCAR
2. Anklebone : TALUS
3. Most-wanted invitees : ALIST
4. Church donation : TITHE
5. Knowledgeable about : ONTOPOF
6. Arranged in columns : TABULAR
7. Whitish : IVORY
8. In the mail : SENT
9. Overshadow : ECLIPSE
10. Safari sight : RHINO
11. Slumbers : NAPS
12. Body shop fig. : EST
13. Like city traffic, often : STOPGO
14. Flimsy : TENUOUS
15. Perry White, on the Daily Planet : CHIEF
16. Name meaning "loved" : AIMEE
17. Double-check the figures : READD
20. High-ranking angels : SERAPHS
28. Take up : HEM
29. "Hello, Don Ho!" : ALOHA
31. Time for horn blowing : ROSHHASHANAH
34. Rick's beloved : ILSA
36. "What ___ now?" : ISIT
38. Ones with faces only a mother could love : PUGS
39. Pacific capital : APIA
40. One of a Latin trio : VENI
41. Haydn used two in "The Philosopher" Symphony : ENGLISHHORNS
43. Rinse, as with a solvent : ELUTE
44. Laugh-a-minute folks : RIOTS
45. Jaguar rival : BMW
47. Clooney's "ER" role : ROSS
48. "Able was I ___ saw Elba" : EREI
49. Some diaper changers : DADS
51. Creditor : DEBTEE
54. Stick, in a way : MANUAL
57. Talking points? : ROSTRA
58. Enlistee's choice : NAVY
59. Aachen abode : HAUS
61. Knock down, as a door : BASHIN
63. Sight from the Rhône : LYON
64. Cry hidden seven times elsewhere in this puzzle : SHH
65. "___ be in England" : OHTO
67. Libertines : ROUES
68. China's second-longest river : HUANG
69. Move, in real estate lingo : RELO
70. Techie's client : USER
71. Lee who created Spider-Man : STAN
74. Razz : GIBE
75. Thames academy : ETON
76. Beaks : NEBS
78. Genetics lab study : RNA
79. "High Noon" lawman : KANE
82. Prefix with -genarian : OCTO
83. Brother of Zeppo : CHICO
84. Ring of light : AUREOLE
87. Adolescent : TEENAGE
89. Herd members : HEIFERS
90. Print anew : REISSUE
91. America's Cup contestant : YACHTER
94. Was stertorous : SNORED
97. Rallying cry? : RAH
98. Ellery Queen, e.g.: Abbr. : PSEUD
99. Half of a noted cartoon duo : HANNA
100. Words of woe : OYVEY
101. "Mermaids" actress, 1990 : RYDER
102. First dynasty of Polish rulers : PIAST
103. Alternative to a sport utility vehicle : SEDAN
104. Booze : SAUCE
105. Ocean terrors : ORCAS
107. Spell caster : MAGE
108. Monocle, basically : LENS
109. Wedding reception rental : TENT
112. Small butt? : CIG

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