THE LADY CHANGES HER NAME

New York Times, Sunday, November 24, 1996

Author: M. Jacobson
Editor: Will Shortz
Maura B. Jacobson
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 63 for Ms. Jacobson. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
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1. "It" in the old slogan "Gotta have it" : PEPSI
6. Stinky : FETID
11. Crescent's tip : CUSP
15. Scepters' go-withs : ORBS
19. Liquid part of fat : OLEIN
20. Poem's farewell : ENVOI
21. "God ha' mercy on such ___" : ASWE
22. Pullover : POLO
23. "The Goodbye Girl" star suffers audibly : MARSHAMOANS
25. Look from Groucho : LEER
26. Foreign statesman whose real first name is Aubrey : EBAN
27. Annex : ELL
28. Beggar's cry : ALMS
29. Philippine lady ricochets : IMELDACAROMS
32. Aproned advertising animal : ELSIE
34. Destinations : AIMS
35. Kickback : REBATE
36. Reproductive cell : GAMETE
38. Parsonage : MANSE
40. Sup : DINE
41. Tequila source : AGAVE
42. Foldaway : COT
43. Novelist-critic dances : SUSANTANGOS
49. Form of a thank-you : NOTE
50. Theater acronym : ANTA
52. Bottom line : SUM
53. "To a Steam Roller" poet : MOORE
54. 1942 Oscar winner reacts to a bad pun : GREERGROANS
58. Troubadour : BARD
61. Locker room supply : TALC
62. Set upon : ASSAIL
63. Twosome : ITEM
65. Member of the order Isoptera : TERMITE
67. "The Munsters" actress sang : YVONNECAROLED
70. Popular Polynesian port : PAPEETE
73. E.T.O. battle town : STLO
74. Shining : AGLEAM
78. Big name in Hawaii : DOLE
79. Shows curiosity : ASKS
81. Two-time Tony winner did a no-no : SANDYSINNED
84. Its symbol is a crescent and star : ISLAM
86. Mausoleum opening? : TAJ
88. Steak order : RARE
89. Old dagger : SNEE
90. "Casino" co-star does firming exercises : SHARONTONES
94. Shaver : LAD
95. Pantheon figures : BUSTS
96. Manner, as of writing : VEIN
97. Headwork : STUDY
99. Noted Egyptian temple site : KARNAK
100. One of the Clintons : DEWITT
103. Memo order : ASAP
104. Port of Crete : CANEA
105. 1964 Oscar winner roams : JULIEWANDERS
107. Part of B.A. : ARTS
108. Canadian politician Bob : RAE
111. Like most cupcakes : ICED
112. Super's apartment number, maybe : ONEA
113. Newswoman stops : LESLEYHALTS
116. Rooster locale : VANE
117. Coin in Kerman : RIAL
118. Kett and James : ETTAS
119. Six-time U.S. Open tennis champ : EVERT
120. Pizazz : ELAN
121. Moolah : KALE
122. Several Peters : TSARS
123. She was a lady in a 1932 tune : EADIE
1. Fleshy fruit : POME
2. Airline since 1948 : ELAL
3. Ambassador takes a husband : PERLEMATES
4. Sonny's sibling : SIS
5. Slapdash : INHASTE
6. Wife abroad : FEMME
7. Genesis name : ENOS
8. Tellico Dam overseer: Abbr. : TVA
9. Sea between Italy and Greece : IONIAN
10. Send away : DISMISS
11. Salesman's duties : CALLS
12. Like some books : USED
13. Administer an oath to : SWEARIN
14. Rate : PERCENT
15. "Lulu," e.g. : OPERA
16. Perfect slave : ROBOT
17. Mame's onus : BLAME
18. King's desires : SONS
24. What George couldn't tell : ALIE
30. Cousins of cassowaries: Var. : EMEUS
31. Perpendicular to the keel : ABEAM
33. They protect banks : LEVEES
36. Police target : GANG
37. Hub of old Athens : AGORA
38. One-track : MONO
39. Win : ATTAIN
40. New York Senator : DAMATO
42. Parking places : CARLOTS
44. Pinch hitter : SUB
45. Reply to the Little Red Hen : NOTI
46. Annapolis mascot : GOAT
47. Shield border : ORLE
48. Not long to wait : SEC
51. Pennies, perhaps : ANTES
55. 50's TV's "The Martha ___ Show" : RAYE
56. ___ hoot : GIVEA
57. Nazarenes and others : SECTS
59. Forwarded : RELAYED
60. Hardly the creme de la creme : DREGS
64. Of the cheekbone : MALAR
66. Year in Ivan the Terrible's reign : MDLI
68. Marine organisms : NEKTON
69. Jimmy's successor : RONALD
70. Swanky : POSH
71. ___ breve : ALLA
72. Liqueur flavor : PEAR
75. Nail down : ENSURE
76. Columnist reacted angrily : ANNSNARLED
77. "If a body ___ body..." : MEETA
78. Bad-mouth : DIS
80. End of Madama Butterfly's name : SAN
82. Sturdy wagon : DRAY
83. Escritoire : DESK
85. Flick : MOVIE
87. 1980 Carly Simon hit : JESSE
91. Make business connections : NETWORK
92. Shakespeare's Fairy Queen : TITANIA
93. Hollywood hopeful : STARLET
95. Wailer : BANSHEE
98. Tournament news : UPSETS
99. Lady of a stuttering song : KATY
100. Almost princely : DUCAL
101. Jean Renoir film heroine : ELENA
102. Ream : WIDEN
103. Allan-___ (Sherwood Forest figure) : ADALE
104. Salad ingredient : CRESS
105. Baloney : JIVE
106. Patricia of "A Face in the Crowd" : NEAL
107. Controversial apple spray : ALAR
109. Longfellow's bell town : ATRI
110. Isabella d'___ (famed beauty) : ESTE
114. Times Sq., e.g., on the IRT : STA
115. Film "Contessa" : AVA

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