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New York Times, Sunday, November 23, 2003

Author: Leonard Williams
Editor: Will Shortz
Leonard Williams
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 80 Missing: {J} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Williams. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
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1. Bug : FLU
4. Head of Parliament? : LOO
7. "Ben-Hur" studio : MGM
10. Sticking point : CRAW
14. [Just like that!] : BANG
18. Ballet performer : DANSEUR
20. Big name in electronics : MOTOROLA
22. Matter to be discussed : ITEM
23. ___ Stone : ROSETTA
24. Colleague of Jonathan Higgins, in 80's TV : MAGNUMPI
25. Any : SOME
26. Fair that's losing money? : UNTENABLEEXPOSITION
29. Bygone dictator : AMIN
31. Currency transaction fee : AGIO
32. Salt : TAR
33. Paying the license fee? : PATENTEXPENDING
41. Big shot : MOGUL
45. Jabber : PRATE
46. Raw : TARTARE
48. U.N. agcy. for working people : ILO
49. Outflow : EBBTIDE
52. Population figure? : CENSUSEXTRACT
55. "Is that ___?" : ALL
56. Resulted in : LEDTO
58. They're for people without cells : PAYPHONES
59. Dregs : LEES
61. Basic Toyota : COROLLA
65. Extremist : ULTRA
66. Going from the desert to the rain forest? : CLIMATEEXCHANGE
72. Popular shirts : POLOS
75. Retired faculty : EMERITI
76. Brew : SUDS
80. Early winter fruit : SNOWAPPLE
85. Building block, informally : AMINO
87. "___War," Shatner series title : TEK
88. Square footage? : SHELTEREXTENT
92. Starchy food : TAPIOCA
94. Darn, e.g. : SEW
95. Football play : REVERSE
96. Remove from a set level, as a currency : UNPEG
97. Trample : TREAD
100. Broaching of a subject? : FIRSTEXPRESSING
105. Last word of "America, the Beautiful" : SEA
107. Sense : FEEL
108. Responsibilities, so to speak : HATS
109. Action taken by an irate pope? : MASSEXCOMMUNICATION
119. Prefix with angular : EQUI
120. Valhalla resident : IMMORTAL
121. Like jeans for teens : LOWRISE
124. Gulf of ___ : SUEZ
125. A second shift, possibly : OVERTIME
126. Noted Bolshevik : TROTSKY
127. Nigerian-born pop star : SADE
128. Stole material : MINK
129. "___ Liaisons Dangereuses" : LES
130. Not hither : YON
131. West in pictures : MAE
1. Pres. from Hyde Park : FDR
2. Relative of Thai : LAO
3. No good : UNSUITABLE
4. Certain Baltic : LETT
5. Best in the dining room : OUTEAT
6. Kool-Aid choice : ORANGE
7. 1997 #1 Hanson hit : MMMBOP
8. Soccer announcer's cry : GOAL
9. Homeowner's concern: Abbr. : MTGE
10. Heart : CRUX
11. Many a Marx Brothers movie : ROMP
12. Dinner in a bowl : ALPO
13. Tailor's measure : WAIST
14. Casual eatery : BISTRO
15. French possessive : ATOI
16. Fish in a Disney film : NEMO
17. ___ Detective (1930's-50's crime fiction magazine) : GMEN
19. Mack ___, who created the Keystone Kops : SENNETT
21. Solitary : ONE
27. ___-en-Provence : AIX
28. "___ Sam" (2001 Penn-Pfeiffer flick) : IAM
29. Fund-raising letter : APPEAL
30. Floor material : MARBLE
34. Diamond on stage : NEIL
35. Summer on the Seine : ETE
36. A Bobbsey twin : NAN
37. A.M.A. members: Abbr. : DRS
38. Give ___ for ...!" (intro phrase) : ITUP
39. Mission control grp. : NASA
40. Neutral-colored: Var. : GREY
42. Economy-size : GIANT
43. Sore spot : ULCER
44. "___ luck!" : LOTSA
47. Milk carton abbr. : EXP
50. Prefix with bel : DECI
51. Ancient land south of the Dead Sea : EDOM
52. Geezer : COOT
53. Hood : THUG
54. Most of them have lines : ROLES
57. Lilt syllable : TRA
60. Look displeased : SCOWL
62. Wranglers alternative : LEE
63. Moon vehicle, briefly : LEM
64. Fire truck equipment : AXE
67. Future J.D.'s hurdle : LSAT
68. Suffix with techno- : CRAT
69. "That's ___!" (cry at a lineup) : HIM
70. Wrangling : ATIT
71. NPR's Totenberg : NINA
72. "Your attention, please" : PSSST
73. "___ Majesty's Secret Service" : ONHER
74. Lerner's partner : LOEWE
77. Wishful thinking? : UTOPIANISM
78. Clothed : DECENT
79. Bluegrass musician Ricky : SKAGGS
81. Apiece : PER
82. Foreword: Abbr. : PREF
83. Author of "Christ Stopped at Eboli" : LEVI
84. Swimming laps, e.g.: Abbr. : EXER
86. Concerto, e.g. : OPUS
89. ___-80 (old computer model) : TRS
90. Faddish training, once : EST
91. Born : NEE
93. "To sum up ..." : INSHORT
98. Judicial inquiry : ASSIZE
99. Ruby, for one : DEE
101. Unsolved cases, in TV lingo : XFILES
102. Chest muscle, for short : PEC
103. Land : REALTY
104. Corrida sight : ELTORO
106. Basic assumption : AXIOM
109. Military meal : MESS
110. Blue hue : AQUA
111. Like some polluters : SUED
112. 10th-century annum : CMVI
113. Broken mirror, say : OMEN
114. Robin Williams TV character : MORK
115. "The A-Team" actor : MRT
116. Monopoly square: Abbr. : UTIL
117. Finger, in a way : NAME
118. Exultant cry : IWON
122. Jamaican music : SKA
123. Give the once-over : EYE

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