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New York Times, Sunday, December 20, 1998

Author: Frances Hansen
Editor: Will Shortz
Frances Hansen
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 77 Missing: {QWX} Spans: 4 This is puzzle # 101 for Ms. Hansen. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
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1. Actress Valli of "The Third Man" : ALIDA
6. New York, e.g. : SEAPORT
13. Feeling : CHORD
18. Noisy bed-partner : SNORER
19. Smallest of HOMES : ONTARIO
20. Wedding march skipper : ELOPER
21. Start of a verse : ITSALLRIGHTIFIMSOBUSY
24. Kind of witness : MATERIAL
25. Fam. member : REL
26. Certifies : ATTESTS
27. Nasty biter : ASP
28. "Give the dog ___" : ABONE
30. Fellows : HES
31. Relishes : ENJOYS
35. Prepared to propose, perhaps : KNELT
36. Brit. W.W. II heroes : RAF
37. "___ Want for Christmas" : ALLI
41. Ooze : SEEP
42. Tops : AONE
43. Antitoxins : SERA
44. Not bare : CLAD
45. Part 2 of the verse : THATIMSHOPPINGINAHAZE
51. Directional suffix : ERN
52. Pulitzer-winning writer Sheehan : NEIL
53. Hose woes : SNAGS
54. 11th-century cathedral city : NIMES
55. Punish, in a way, as a student : SUSPEND
57. Florence's ___ Palace : PITTI
58. Baker's supply : YEAST
59. Storehouse : ARSENAL
62. South African antelopes : RHEBOKS
65. Put through a furnace : SMELT
68. "The Violent Land" author : AMADO
70. "___ Dance" (Grieg favorite) : ANITRAS
74. Hut : HOVEL
75. Give a mighty blow : SMITE
76. Composer ___ Carlo Menotti : GIAN
77. Doña ___, "The Violent Land" lady : ANA
78. Part 3 of the verse : EVERYSEASONITURNDIZZY
83. Edge of a rampart : BERM
84. Tolkien tree-men : ENTS
85. Pike : ROAD
86. Garlands : LEIS
87. Regarding : ASTO
88. "Yay!" : RAH
89. Prepare, in a way : GROOM
91. Jinx : HOODOO
93. Like Falstaff : FAT
94. Praying figure : ORANT
95. Apiece : PER
96. Former "S.N.L." comic : PISCOPO
100. Bump's place : LOG
101. Portended : PRESAGED
106. End of the verse : INMYCHRISTMASHOLIDAZE
110. To Shakespeare he was "high in all the people's hearts" : BRUTUS
111. Smashed : TOTALED
112. Bear up under : ENDURE
113. Jardin zoologique inhabitants : BETES
114. False names : ANONYMS
115. ___-Prayer : DIALA
1. Pilaster : ANTA
2. Like Lucy Locket's pocket : LOST
3. "Dies ___" : IRAE
4. Florida beach name : DELRAY
5. Actor George of "Disraeli" : ARLISS
6. Sully : SOIL
7. H.S. class : ENG
8. Olympics entrant: Abbr. : ATH
9. Pound a beat : PATROL
10. Get fixed : ORIENT
11. Rob : RIFLE
12. French pronoun : TOI
13. Coagulates : CLOTS
14. ___ Sound, Fla. : HOBE
15. Work : OPUS
16. Leftovers : REST
17. W.C.T.U. members : DRYS
18. Actor Alastair : SIM
20. "Anything for You" singer Gloria : ESTEFAN
22. Sound at the door : RAP
23. George of "Route 66" : MAHARIS
28. Part of A.D. : ANNO
29. [Out of my way!] : BEEP
31. ___ Park : ESTES
32. 1940's-60's world leader : NEHRU
33. Informal wear : JEANS
34. Go (for) : OPT
35. Schroeder's predecessor as chancellor : KOHL
36. Jackson known as "Mr. October" : REGGIE
37. Most sore : ACHIEST
38. Fine fleece : LLAMA
39. Lollygags : LAZES
40. Phrase of explanation : IDEST
42. Top of a platter : ASIDE
43. Scythe handle : SNATH
46. In a sluggish way : INERTLY
47. Department store department : MENS
48. Fraternity letter : PSI
49. Musical vamp : INTRO
50. Whatever : ANYKIND
56. Site of a 1943 Allied victory : PALERMO
57. Academy head : PLATO
60. Super Bowl III hero : NAMATH
61. Awry : AMISS
63. Puppeteer Bil : BAIRD
64. ___ even keel : ONAN
65. Queen's land : SHEBA
66. Chess log : MOVES
67. Flip, in a way : EVERT
69. Easy chair site : DEN
71. Flattened : RAZED
72. W.W. II beachhead : ANZIO
73. Word : SAYSO
75. A.L.'er until 1960 : SENATOR
76. Trans-Pacific stopping point : GUAM
79. Celestial beings : SERAPHS
80. Flatten : IRON
81. Binge : TOOT
82. Worldwide workers' grp. : ILO
89. Blue ___ : GROTTO
90. Scrappy fellow? : RAGMAN
91. Like shoes : HEELED
92. Nicholas III's family name : ORSINI
93. Zero in (on) : FOCUS
94. "Sunset Boulevard" actress Nancy : OLSON
95. Experienced : PRO
96. Soft drink Mr. ___ : PIBB
97. Regarding : INRE
98. Porn : SMUT
99. Biological suffix : CYTE
101. Academic types : PHDS
102. "___ pinch of salt..." : ADDA
103. Frenchman : GAUL
104. It begins "In the first year of Cyrus..." : EZRA
105. Not a grade to be proud of : DEE
107. Call ___ day : ITA
108. Rita Hayworth's Khan : ALY
109. Relig. school : SEM

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