NAMES, NAMES, NAMES

New York Times, Sunday, February 15, 2004

Author: Derrick Niederman
Editor: Will Shortz
Derrick Niederman
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78 Missing: none – this is a pangram Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Niederman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Like the names at 33-, 51-, 61-, 73-, 93-, 101- and 120-Across : THREEPART
10. First alert, often : BARK
14. Put on a spit : IMPALE
20. Welcome abroad : BIENVENUE
21. "That's ___!" (angry retort) : ALIE
22. "The Music Man" woman : MARIAN
23. Like many driveways : ASPHALTED
24. A security : NOTE
25. Stat : PRONTO
26. Dole (out) : LADLE
27. Further condition to 1-Across : EQUALLENGTHS
29. 1929 Literature Nobelist : MANN
30. "Mon ___!" : DIEU
32. Substitute in the kitchen : OLEO
33. Author and longtime professor of writing at Princeton : JOYCECAROLOATES
39. Hunters' needs: Abbr. : LICS
43. Inventeur's need : IDEE
44. ___ Awards (annual prizes for African-American achievement) : EBONY
45. Fruits de ___ : MER
46. Bob Dylan song "___ for You" : IFNOT
47. Supplied : FED
48. Boatload : SLEW
49. Final bid : PASS
50. Carol starter : ADESTE
51. Actress whose great-grandfather was a British P.M. : HELENABONHAMCARTER
55. Tastiness : SAPOR
58. Soccer star Hamm : MIA
59. See 96-Across : TAT
60. Bauxite, e.g. : ORE
61. Three-time French Open champion : ARANTXASANCHEZVICARIO
69. "Delta of Venus" author : NIN
70. Four CD's : MDC
71. Part of a rainbow : HUE
72. "___ Gold" (1997 film) : ULEES
73. 1988 and 1992 Olympic track gold medalist) : JACKIEJOYNERKERSEE
81. Not yet shaped : UNHEWN
82. Little hopper : TOAD
83. Razor-billed birds : AUKS
84. "This Old House" address : PBS
87. "That's ___" (cautionary Roy Orbison song) : ANONO
88. Since, informally : CUZ
89. Bar offering : SUSHI
91. Suffix with pluto- : CRAT
92. Stock market overseer: Abbr. : NASD
93. Six-time U.S. Open winner : CHRISEVERTLLOYD
96. With 59-Across, a knock : RATA
99. Stone made of silicon and oxygen : OPAL
100. They move shells : OARS
101. "Slaves of New York" actress : MARYBETHHURT
107. Standard deviation symbol : SIGMA
109. Knight from Atlanta : GLADYS
110. President Taft's alma mater : YALE
111. Stretches : ELONGATES
115. Most basic : MEREST
116. Annoyer : PILL
117. Opposite of chic : DOWDINESS
118. Minuscule : TEENSY
119. Oil of ___ : OLAY
120. He developed the "Three Principles of the People" : SUNYATSEN
1. TV schedule abbr. : TBA
2. Greetings : HIS
3. Shown again : REPLAYED
4. Better : ENHANCE
5. Daughter of Poseidon who was the ancestor of a prophetic clan : EVADNE
6. Educational grant named for a senator : PELL
7. Pot foundation : ANTE
8. St.-Honoré, in Paris : RUE
9. Spread, as hay : TED
10. Shakespearean haunter : BANQUO
11. Former Expos manager : ALOU
12. Girl in a Beatles song : RITA
13. Stem-to-stern item : KEEL
14. Drive : IMPEL
15. W.W. I battle locale : MARNE
16. Woods, e.g. : PROGOLFER
17. Aretha Franklin's "___ No Way" : AINT
18. Wood strip : LATH
19. 1961 space chimp : ENOS
27. Wriggling : EELY
28. ___ Rios, Ecuador : LOS
29. Calculator button : MODE
30. Go under : DROWN
31. Kind of chamber : ION
33. Peter Pan rival : JIF
34. Theater turn-off? : CELL
35. Busy as ___ : ABEE
36. With all agreeing, after "to" : AMAN
37. Musical John : TESH
38. Bogus : ERSATZ
40. Awaiting : INSTORE
41. Circle : COTERIE
42. Pioneer products : STEREOS
46. Moscow's home: Abbr. : IDA
48. Spanish muralist : SERT
49. Stole : POACHED
50. Curtain-rising time : ACTI
51. Doll : HON
52. Grp. pledged to "do no harm" : AMA
53. Storage place : BIN
54. Dallas hoopster : MAV
55. Western Hemisphere city founded in 1521 : SANJUAN
56. Writer Huffington : ARIANNA
57. Mexico's Villa and others : PANCHOS
62. Comic superheroes : XMEN
63. Part of speech: Abbr. : ADJ
64. Nix : SCOTCH
65. Ben ___ : HUR
66. Cry on opening a tax bill : EEK
67. Hints : CUES
68. Nog ingredient, maybe : ALE
74. N.H.L. Hall-of-Famer who played for Montreal : KENDRYDEN
75. W.W. II battle site, for short : IWO
76. "___ Hit Parade" : YOUR
77. Many a part in "The Pianist" : NAZI
78. Stand : EASEL
79. Essen's river : RUHR
80. Sketch : SKIT
84. Divides fairly : PRORATES
85. Seattle Slew and others : BAYS
86. Regular: Abbr. : STD
89. Ninth in a series: Abbr. : SEPT
90. Duke rival, for short : UVA
91. Noisy : CLAMANT
93. Jazzman : CAT
94. Very much : SORELY
95. Open-air arcade : LOGGIA
97. Gulf : ABYSS
98. Disagreeable : TESTY
101. Bus. heads : MGMT
102. Nautical direction : ALEE
103. Coin grade : RARE
104. Syringe : HYPO
105. "Huzzah!," e.g. : HAIL
106. "The Producers" role : ULLA
107. Distributed : SOWN
108. Home of the Brickyard 400 : INDY
111. Mag. positions : EDS
112. Singer Reed : LOU
113. Like the Capitol bldg. vis-à-vis the White House : ESE
114. Nine-digit ID : SSN

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