SOUND EFFECTS

New York Times, Sunday, February 23, 1997

Author: Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Nicholson Joline
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78 Missing: {QXY} This is puzzle # 80 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Erect : RAISE
6. "Casablanca" role : ILSA
10. Legend, e.g. : ACURA
15. Winston Churchill's "___ Country" : AFAR
19. ___ vincit amor : OMNIA
20. Distress : NEED
21. Signals are used to switch them : LANES
22. Leader of philosophical skepticism : HUME
23. What a tipsy actor does? : POURSOVERASCRIPT
26. Priests' vestments : ALBS
27. Sets for med. dramas : ERS
28. "Video Companion" author : EBERT
29. Pool : POT
30. Reine's spouse : ROI
32. Year in Claudius's reign : LII
33. Wallace of "E.T." : DEE
34. Like 20-Across, often : DIRE
35. It may drip : EAVE
36. Brought about : INDUCED
38. What a sweet tooth demands? : JUSTDESSERTS
41. Words with hole or two : INONE
42. Commercial thoroughfare : STRIP
45. "Gunsmoke" bartender : SAM
46. Mme., in Madrid : SRA
47. Nuts : BATS
48. "On Broadway" co-writer Cynthia : WEIL
49. Social climber's goal : STATUS
52. Loose overcoat : ULSTER
55. Like the Archbishop of York : ANGLICAN
57. Code word : DIT
59. Plenty : TONS
60. Yup's alternative : NAH
61. Aisle? : BRIDALPATH
65. Some are holy : ORDERS
68. Access : ENTREE
70. Work done on the premises? : LOGIC
71. Broadway hit subtitled "A Musical Arabian Night" : KISMET
72. Italian auto maker Bugatti : ETTORE
73. Had one's foot in the door? : WASASHOEIN
76. Prefix with sphere : ECO
77. "thirty-something" actor : OLIN
78. Social addition : IST
79. Disney World transport : MONORAIL
81. Wingdings : BLASTS
83. "Love Affair" star, 1994 : BENING
86. Der ___ (Adenauer) : ALTE
87. Striker's cry : SCAB
89. "The Crying Game" star : REA
91. Student datum : AGE
92. Fools : ASSES
93. 200 milligrams : CARAT
95. San Diego Zoo attraction? : URBANGORILLA
100. Conquered quickly : OVERRAN
102. Fleet fleet? : SSTS
103. Deep blue : ANIL
104. Nobelist Hammarskjold : DAG
107. Maria, for one : TIA
108. List ender : ETC
109. Constrain : TIE
110. Rush : SPATE
111. Low note : ONE
112. Biting : TART
114. Goings-on at the church fair? : BAZAARHAPPENINGS
118. "___ la Douce" : IRMA
119. Had dinner delivered : ATEIN
120. Like one side of a ship : ALEE
121. Laertes and Ophelia : DANES
122. They, in Trieste : ESSE
123. Nashville ___ (60's pop group) : TEENS
124. Trade center : MART
125. Ano nuevo time : ENERO
1. Enticed, with "in" : ROPED
2. Dean Martin topic : AMORE
3. Taken : INUSE
4. ___ Roger de Coverley (country dance) : SIR
5. Abated : EASEDUP
6. Flip : INVERT
7. Emulated Groucho Marx : LEERED
8. Miro compatriot : SERT
9. Holly Hunter in "The Piano" : ADA
10. Recess : ALCOVE
11. Plains family : CARTERS
12. Cycle starter : UNI
13. Payback : REPRISAL
14. Luxury car ___ Martin : ASTON
15. "Gotcha!" : AHA
16. Offerings at a downscale eatery? : FULLCOARSEMEALS
17. Encompassing : AMBIENT
18. Lives : RESIDES
24. They go to waist : OBIS
25. Spurts of activity : SPASMS
31. Uganda's Amin : IDI
35. "___ was a cunning hunter": Genesis : ESAU
37. Relaxes : UNBENDS
38. Nursery rhyme girl : JILL
39. L.I. zone : EST
40. Veridicality : TRUTH
42. Classic Gershwin song : SWANEE
43. Landlord's need : TENANT
44. Government fashion decree? : RIGHTTOBAREARMS
49. Summer needs : SCREENS
50. Mai ___ : TAI
51. Or's go-with : AND
53. Stirring up : STOKING
54. City WSW of Milano : TORINO
56. European airline : IBERIA
57. Place for a throne : DAIS
58. Problem for a suited-up diver? : ITCH
62. "___, 'tis true I have gone here and there": Shak. : ALAS
63. Preoccupied : LOST
64. Tour organizer, for short : PGA
66. Enumerate : RECITE
67. Wraps : STOLES
69. Sports car feature : ROLLBAR
73. Having learned a lesson : WISER
74. Japan's largest lake : OMI
75. Waiting period, seemingly : EON
80. Tabula ___ : RASA
82. Curtail : TRUNCATE
83. Persiflage : BANTER
84. Easter features : EGGS
85. ___-Freudian : NEO
87. F.D.R.'s Fala, e.g. : SCOTTIE
88. Blini accompaniments : CAVIARS
90. Forbear : ABSTAIN
92. "The House of the Spirits" author : ALLENDE
94. Sei halved : TRE
96. Kurds and Turks : ASIANS
97. Ice-T or Eazy-E : RAPPER
98. Sulking : INAPET
99. Word for the diet-conscious : LITE
101. In a box, in a way : ATBAT
104. "Death, Be Not Proud" poet : DONNE
105. Choler : ANGER
106. Artist's plaster : GESSO
110. Large hall : SALA
113. ___ kwon do : TAE
115. Small section of a dictionary : ZEE
116. Country ___ : HAM
117. Golfer Woosnam : IAN

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