FROM U TO ME

New York Times, Sunday, November 25, 2001

Author: Bob Klahn and Harvey Estes
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Klahn
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1.57011
Harvey Estes
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1.52700

This puzzle:

Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 70 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 45 for Mr. Klahn. This is puzzle # 60 for Mr. Estes. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Uninterpreted info : RAWDATA
8. Defeat decisively : STOMP
13. Range war? : COOKOFF
20. Dean of government : ACHESON
21. Elixir : TONIC
22. Unappetizing : INSIPID
23. ThighMaster user's favorite libation? : WHISKEYSOMERS
25. Coin of Cairo : PIASTER
26. Large-eyed lemur : LORIS
27. Round of snacking? : OREO
28. Calls from yawls : AHOYS
29. Peruvian money : SOLS
30. Feds with cigs? : SMOKINGGMEN
34. Son of the Sun : INCA
38. Watergate evidence : TAPE
40. Edmonton skater : OILER
41. Private detective : SNOOP
42. Corrupt : BAD
45. Fine feather repairer? : DOWNMENDER
49. Candidate of 2000 : ALGORE
50. Charm : ENAMOR
52. Annie portrayer Quinn : AILEEN
53. Suppressed laugh : SNICKER
54. Ninth-century Saxon king : EGBERT
55. Reagan program, for short : SDI
56. 1976 uprising site : SOWETO
58. "Gorillas in the Mist" author : FOSSEY
59. French dialect : CAJUN
62. Corvine call : CAW
63. Pathfinder's target : MARS
67. Wipe out : ERASE
68. Arizona newspaper? : MESATODAY
70. Catcher in the wry? : BERRA
71. Go with : DATE
72. Time on end : EON
73. Watched, as a TV show : HADON
74. Perturbation : DISMAY
75. Alongside : NEXTTO
78. Women's cells : OVA
79. Calmer : OPIATE
80. Certain terrier, informally : SCOTTIE
83. Called the game : REFFED
86. Like the night, to Keats : TENDER
87. Potential : LATENT
88. Letters hanging on a wall? : MAILFRAMED
90. Attack ___ : ADS
91. Sound introduction? : ULTRA
92. "The Last of the Mohicans" colonel : MUNRO
93. "La Storia" novelist Morante : ELSA
95. Goo : GLOP
96. Form a hit squad? : MERGETOKILL
100. Cartoonist Drake : STAN
104. "The Fountainhead" character : ROARK
106. March time : IDES
107. Easter Island's owner : CHILE
108. Gandhi and Nehru : INDIANS
111. Measure of Barry Bonds? : MILESPERHOMER
115. Spooky critter : BEASTIE
116. Esther of "Good Times" : ROLLE
117. Exhaust : WEAROUT
118. Prospered : MADEHAY
119. Reptilian : SCALY
120. Magnitudes : EXTENTS
1. "Love Is a Hurtin' Thing" singer, 1966 : RAWLS
2. Blessing preceder : ACHOO
3. Brief attempt : WHIRL
4. Cut it out : DESIST
5. Calls upon : ASKS
6. Dactyl : TOE
7. Even one : ANY
8. One might bring you a bundle : STORK
9. "What Women Want" actress : TOMEI
10. Confrontation : ONEONONE
11. It crashed on 3/23/2001 : MIR
12. Windows boxes : PCS
13. Goose egg : CIPHER
14. Ring source : ONION
15. Key start? : OSAY
16. Expression of love is gaining popularity? : KISSINGCOMESIN
17. Decide to leave, with "out" : OPT
18. Giant syllable : FIE
19. Yalta monogram : FDR
24. "Wellll ...?" : SOO
28. One of the maj. leagues : AMER
30. Sleek and stylish : SPORTY
31. Copy cats : MEW
32. 1947 French Nobelist André : GIDE
33. Hollows : GLENS
35. Hiding place : NOOK
36. Nub : CORE
37. Takeoff artist : APER
39. Renée of "The Big Parade" : ADOREE
41. Buttonhole, e.g. : SLIT
42. Kvetched : BEEFED
43. Smooth yarn : ANGORA
44. Blots lightly : DABSAT
46. Budding : NASCENT
47. Cursed alchemist : MIDAS
48. Mount Sinai prophet : ELIJAH
49. Over : ANEW
51. Readiness to produce meals for G.I.'s? : MESSENTERPRISE
53. Go to and fro : SWAY
57. Song heard at the SkyDome : OCANADA
60. Actress Hagen : UTA
61. Doze : NODOFF
64. Naval unit : ARMADA
65. Steamy : RRATED
66. Author of "Strong Poison" : SAYERS
68. It's no big thing : MOTE
69. Sole provider? : DOVER
70. Ladies and gentlemen : BIPEDS
72. It's a turnoff : EXIT
74. "I'm all ears!" : DOTELL
76. Vulcan's Chimney : ETNA
77. Hairy cousin : ORANG
80. Hard punch : SLUG
81. "Steeeerike!", e.g. : CALL
82. "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" lyricist Harbach : OTTO
84. Leprechaun land : EIRE
85. Naval unit : FLOTILLA
88. Darkness : MURK
89. Brooks of "The Producers" : MEL
92. ___ Beat (1960's music) : MERSEY
94. On solid ground : ASHORE
96. Rage : MANIA
97. Children's author Scott : ODELL
98. "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" novelist : KESEY
99. Mindspring or AOL, for short : ISP
101. Shakespearean Athenian : TIMON
102. Native Alaskan : ALEUT
103. "Doggone!" : NERTS
105. 103-Down, mildly : OATH
107. Tête-à-tête : CHAT
108. One of the Dow Jones Industrials : IBM
109. Grant source: Abbr. : NEA
110. Little League coach, often : DAD
111. Half a couple : MRS
112. Games grp. : IOC
113. Farm mate : EWE
114. Friend for Rover : REX

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