INNER PEACE

New York Times, Sunday, December 8, 1996

Author: A. J. Santora
Editor: Will Shortz
A. J. Santora
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 74 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 207 for Mr. Santora. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Title sister of a 1970 film : SARA
5. 50's pitcher Maglie : SAL
8. Shelley, for one : ODIST
13. Bodybuilder's intake : CARBS
18. Hydrangea, e.g. : SHRUB
19. A Khan : AGA
20. Further shorten, as a board : RESAW
21. 1982 Tony nominee Milo : OSHEA
22. One-one and two-two : TIESCORES
24. Women's shoe style : SPANISHHEEL
26. Bridger : ARCH
27. Ends of lines : FISHHOOKS
29. Classical earth goddess : HECATE
30. Kind of cracker : GRAHAM
32. Hamilton's prov. : ONT
33. Glow : AURA
34. Those who work : OPERANTS
38. Given life, perhaps : SENTENCED
43. See 7-Down : LARUE
46. Contemporary author-illustrator Jon : AGEE
47. Unvarnished : CANDID
48. Roar of a crowd : OLE
49. Love personified : AMOR
50. React angrily : SNARL
51. Illinois city : ALTON
52. "De ___ Poetica" (ancient treatise) : ARTE
53. Arles article : LES
54. Orchestra member : ENGLISHHORN
56. Caruso was one : TENOR
57. Feature of James Monroe's estate : ASHTREE
59. Palindrome girl : ANNA
60. Lourdes is one : SHRINE
61. Coif : HAIRDO
63. Trauma sites, for short : ERS
64. Suntanning areas : PATIOS
66. Ran for one's wife? : ELOPED
68. November honorees : VETS
70. Armada component : GUNSHIP
73. Teases : RIDES
74. Quieting down : HUSHHUSHING
78. Tee follower : HEE
79. Western Hemisphere abbr. : AMER
80. ___ team (assault unit) : DELTA
81. Extreme amount : LEAST
82. Bug shots? : SERA
83. Scale notes : TIS
84. List in a hurry? : CAREEN
85. Stonehenge builder : CELT
86. All, in stage directions : OMNES
87. Difference : OTHERNESS
89. Sound mind, in a phrase : MENSSANA
91. Partner for Clark : LOIS
92. Crosspiece : BAR
93. Potato choice : MASHED
97. Kind of panel : ETHICS
100. Sandwich filler : POLISHHAM
105. Parade figure : HERO
106. Indy 500 gear : CRASHHELMET
108. Beyond control : OUTOFHAND
110. Words with eye or fore : TOTHE
111. Certain repairman : TUNER
112. Cockpit reading: Abbr. : ALT
113. Furious : LIVID
114. ___ a time : ONEAT
115. Song much played on the radio : ASIDE
116. Shaft : RAY
117. To ___ (exactly) : ATEE
1. Bake, as eggs : SHIRR
2. Betel palm : ARECA
3. Honking time : RUSHHOUR
4. Its slogan was once "Wide world of entertainment" : ABC
5. Delhi gown : SARI
6. Long time : AGES
7. With 43-Across, a 1940's movie cowboy : LASH
8. Bean and others : ORSONS
9. Stop : DEPOT
10. Writer Dinesen : ISAK
11. ___ doute (certainly): Fr. : SANS
12. Prefix with light : TWI
13. Stuck : COHERED
14. Dump : ASHCAN
15. Pearl player, in a 1996 sitcom : RHEA
16. Shade of red : BEET
17. Red tag locale : SALE
18. Alone : STAG
23. "For the life ___..." : OFME
25. Confined : SHUTIN
28. Monopoly equipment : HOTELS
31. Barbary beast : APE
33. Off ___ (occasionally) : ANDON
35. Extended : RANGED
36. "___ in Calico" (1946 song) : AGAL
37. Saint Philip ___ (Renaissance figure) : NERI
38. Fashionable shop : SALON
39. Bag : ENTRAP
40. Holiday bird : CORNISHHEN
41. "Rocket Man" John : ELTON
42. Tractor man John : DEERE
43. Kind of land : LALA
44. Brothers' name of 40's-50's music : AMES
45. Monthly synagogue observance : ROSHHODESH
47. Lyricist Sammy et al. : CAHNS
50. "Pretty stupid, huh?" declarer : SNERD
52. Old Houston hockey team : AEROS
54. Lake Indians : ERIES
55. Raspy : HARSH
56. Addams Family member : THING
58. VCR : TAPER
60. Public relations gambit : STUNT
62. Small eggs : OVULES
63. One of filmdom's Coen brothers : ETHAN
65. Certain discriminators : AGISTS
66. Daughter of Mnemosyne : ERATO
67. Restrict : LIMIT
69. "Women Who Run With the Wolves" author : ESTES
71. French suffix : IERE
72. Split ___ : PEAS
74. Toast start : HERES
75. They're a pain : ULCERS
76. Looked over : SEEN
77. Rijksmuseum artist : HALS
80. From Odense : DANISH
82. Standing-room-only show : SMASHHIT
84. Do needlework : CROCHET
86. ___ hunch : ONA
88. Biblical miracle worker : ELISHA
89. Hardly a naif : MAITRE
90. Bullets : AMMO
92. Extort from : BLEED
94. Nautical order : HEAVE
95. Bud Grace comic strip : ERNIE
96. Connecticut Senator : DODD
97. Prefix with -morph : ECTO
98. 1982 Disney film : TRON
99. More than a peeve : HATE
100. In addition : PLUS
101. Old Dodge : OMNI
102. Frost : HOAR
103. Kind of skirt : HULA
104. Dist. ___ : ATTY
107. Greek letter : ETA
109. Marlins locale: Abbr. : FLA

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