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New York Times, Sunday, December 15, 2002

Author: RIchard Hughes
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Hughes
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 80 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 32 for Mr. Hughes. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "We're #1!," e.g. : BOAST
6. Puts on : ADDS
10. 1946 Nobel Peace Prize winner John : MOTT
14. Old lullaby's start : TOORA
19. Dispute : ARGUE
20. Heavy hammer : MAUL
21. Snack choice : OREO
22. Disturbing condition : ULCER
23. The insistent acupuncturist ... : DROVEHOMEAPOINT
26. Totters : REELS
27. Giotto work : MURAL
28. Obliterate : ERASE
29. "It's the truth!" : NOLIE
30. Swiss army knives have them : USES
34. Deli stock : BAGELS
36. Up from México : NORTE
38. Author Deighton : LEN
39. Bar locking a capstan in place : PAWL
40. The fortunate bracelet maker ... : LEDACHARMEDLIFE
43. "I fall upon the thorns of life! I ___!": Shelley : BLEED
45. Stop : DIE
46. Took the cake? : ATE
47. "The Principles and Practice of Medicine" author : OSLER
48. Renowned London gallery : TATE
51. Mess up : FLUB
55. Husband of Persephone : HADES
59. The cautious tightrope artist ... : WALKEDAFINELINE
62. Related on the mother's side : ENATE
63. Ralph who starred in "The Waltons" : WAITE
64. Result of a bad chip, maybe : DIVOT
65. World Series-winning manager of 1998, 1999 and 2000 : TORRE
66. Row : AFFRAY
70. Isabella, e.g. : REINA
72. Like battle stations : MANNED
73. Pale reddish purple : LILAC
74. Emmy-winning interviewer : FROST
76. Squib : BLURB
79. Site of Velázquez's "The Forge of Vulcan" : PRADO
80. The vengeful comedian ... : HADTHELASTLAUGH
86. Place : SETIN
87. Vase handle : ANSA
88. Mother of Castor and Pollux : LEDA
89. Listlessness : ENNUI
90. German cry : ACH
92. Chess champion of 1960-61 : TAL
94. Protest, of a sort : SITIN
95. The talkative coffee shop worker ... : SPILLEDTHEBEANS
104. Bit of masonry : TILE
105. Period in the earth's history : EON
106. Bridge officer on the original "Star Trek" : UHURA
107. Illusory : UNREAL
109. Molson and others : ALES
110. Jerks : ASSES
112. Sticks in the mud : MIRES
114. Former first lady : MAMIE
116. Shirley Temple title role : HEIDI
117. The daring pool shark ... : PLAYEDALONGSHOT
123. ___ only (sans pictures) : AUDIO
124. Besides : ELSE
125. Wedding exchange : IDOS
126. Deserted : ALONE
127. Inexperienced : GREEN
128. She had a 1980 #1 hit with "Upside Down" : ROSS
129. Child spoiler? : NANA
130. Eminent : NOTED
1. Word to a dog : BAD
2. Hockey's 1967 Calder Trophy winner : ORR
3. Years ___ : AGO
4. Excursion or Xterra, for short : SUV
5. Crawl (with) : TEEM
6. Unprincipled : AMORAL
7. Mar : DAMAGE
8. Went one-on-one : DUELED
9. Patty Hearst captors, in brief : SLA
10. Secure : MOOR
11. Italian journalist Fallaci : ORIANA
12. Certain muscle : TENSOR
13. For the prescribed time : TOTERM
14. The clever busboy ... : TURNEDTHETABLES
15. Prefix with resin : OLEO
16. Spots on peacock feathers : OCELLI
17. Vividness : RELIEF
18. ___ Lupin, the Prince of Thieves : ARSENE
24. Center : HUB
25. "My Cousin Vinny" star : PESCI
30. Violin stroke symbolized by a V : UPBOW
31. Ballroom dance : SALSA
32. 1940's-50's All-Star pitcher ___ Blackwell : EWELL
33. Smooth : SLEEK
35. Burdened : LADEN
37. Caffeine source : TEA
41. Alabama senator of the 1970's-90's : HEFLIN
42. Pressure : LEANON
44. The artistic lawyer ... : DREWACONCLUSION
48. ___ chi : TAI
49. Where life jackets may be stored : AFT
50. Auto parts : TIERODS
52. Decent, as accommodations : LIVABLE
53. Popular card game : UNO
54. "Wanna ___?" : BET
56. Mend : DARN
57. To be in Paree : ETRE
58. Progeny : SEED
60. See 121-Down : DAY
61. Novelist Wharton : EDITH
66. Backdrop for D. H. Lawrence's "Women in Love" : ALPS
67. Cashier : FIRE
68. Apartment : FLAT
69. Word with saw or tire : RADIAL
71. Property : ESTATE
72. Bodyguard-turned-TV star : MRT
74. Loan source: Abbr. : FHA
75. Came (across) : RAN
77. Stripling : LAD
78. ___ Network : USA
81. Hit 1990's sitcom : ELLEN
82. Santa ___ : ANITA
83. Up to : UNTIL
84. Craft : GUILE
85. Jazzman who played "Boogie Woogie on The St. Louis Blues" : HINES
91. Devilish laugh : HEH
93. Obloquy : ABUSE
95. "The Little Mermaid" villainess : SEAHAG
96. Phony : POSEUR
97. Kind of information : INSIDE
98. Sanitation worker, at times : DUMPER
99. Three-time Gold Glove winner Manny : TRILLO
100. Trouble : HARASS
101. War group : ARMADA
102. Kevin formerly of "S.N.L." : NEALON
103. Small turnover : SAMOSA
108. Vietnam War Memorial designer : LIN
111. Singer Adams : EDIE
113. Scans : EYES
115. Richard of "Pollyanna" : EGAN
118. Racket : DIN
119. ___-mo : SLO
120. Angry : HOT
121. With 60-Down, eventually : ONE
122. "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" character : TED

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