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New York Times, Sunday, February 25, 2001

Author: Greg Staples
Editor: Will Shortz
Greg Staples
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 70 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Staples. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Incurred : RANUP
6. ___-Cat : SNO
9. Photo in a magazine office : STAT
13. Former Communist Party source : PRAVDA
19. Giraffe kin : OKAPI
20. Escape ___ (sci-fi vehicles) : POD
21. River spanned by the Ponte Vecchio : ARNO
22. Worth more : RICHER
23. College intro course : MATHEMATICSIOI
26. Words on an airport monitor : ONTIME
27. Simple wind instrument : OCARINA
28. Flower starter : BULB
30. Whipped cream serving : GOB
31. Ike's hometown : ABILENE
34. Associated Press rival : REUTERS
37. Zebras : REFS
40. Stock : GOODS
41. Converted, in a way : REBORN
44. Show piece? : ACT
46. Letters for a prince : HRH
47. Baseballer Slaughter : ENOS
48. Hit list : BILLBOARDSHOTIOO
52. Hilo hello : LEI
53. Casals or Picasso : PABLO
54. Some plums : SLOES
55. Dance in 2/4 time : TANGO
56. Author LeShan : EDA
57. Some blowups : INSETS
59. Places for bases : DIAMONDS
61. Visited site after site : SURFED
63. "___ chic" : TRES
66. Turn right side up : ORIENT
67. Go a round or two : SPAR
68. St. Lawrence area : IOOOISLANDS
72. "___ no idea!" : IHAD
75. Some "Angels" : BIKERS
77. Pole, e.g. : SLAV
78. Pull out : SECEDE
80. Firmness : RIGIDITY
82. Argentine grassland : PAMPAS
85. Greek letters : MUS
86. Quickly, mailwise : BYAIR
87. Conductor Solti : GEORG
90. Asian weight units : TAELS
91. Diminutive suffix : ULE
92. Minnesota, promotionally : LANDOFIOOOOLAKES
95. Anarchists' foe, once : TSAR
96. Wayside stop : INN
97. Baron ___ Richthofen : VON
98. Unpopular camper : SNORER
99. Singer Bonnie : RAITT
100. Trident-shaped symbols : PSIS
102. Large basket : PANNIER
105. They may be made over one's shoulder : GLANCES
107. Astronaut Grissom : GUS
109. Bank holding : LIEN
110. Plateau boundary : RIMROCK
113. For a spell : AWHILE
116. G.M. truck line : CHEVYSIOPICKUP
121. Part of a body of art? : TATTOO
122. Celtic tongue : ERSE
123. Prefix with puncture : ACU
124. Born yesterday, so to speak : NAIVE
125. Portfolio listings : ASSETS
126. Color close to copper brown : RUST
127. Not hold one's tongue : YAP
128. Bombeck and others : ERMAS
1. Data storage site : ROM
2. Letters on a police report : AKA
3. Noted Turner : NAT
4. Maintains : UPHOLDS
5. Smithereens : PIECES
6. Dish usually served with sauce : SPARERIBS
7. "Don't look at me!" : NOTI
8. God attended by two ravens and two wolves : ODIN
9. Carrier to Copenhagen : SAS
10. Legal body : TRIBUNAL
11. Provide ___ (save face) : ANOUT
12. Furniture coverer, maybe : TOILE
13. All-___ : PRO
14. One year in a trunk : RING
15. Person with a coach? : ACTOR
16. Popular cable program : VHIBEHINDTHEMUSIC
17. F.D.R. or J.F.K.: Abbr. : DEM
18. "We ___ Family" : ARE
24. "Whew!" : MAN
25. Kind of bean : CAROB
29. Upper arm band : BRASSARD
31. Perpetual : AGELESS
32. Took a refresher course : BONEDUP
33. Classic bedtime reading : IOOIARABIANNIGHTS
35. First asteroid landed on by a NASA craft : EROS
36. Tech. ___ : SCH
38. Hardly princes : FROGS
39. "Beat it!" : SHOO
42. Fashion magazine : ELLE
43. Completely wasted : BLOTTO
45. Head-___ (thorough) : TOTOE
48. Kicked (about) : BANDIED
49. Staff associate? : ROD
50. Sanders nicknamed "Prime Time" : DEION
51. Kind of acid : TANNIC
53. Epitome of easiness : PIE
58. Eastern titles : SRIS
60. Prayer books : MISSALS
62. Overly air-conditioned : FRIGID
64. Immigrant's class: Abbr. : ESL
65. Pass rejection? : SLAP
69. One of a kind : ORIGINAL
70. Prefix with plastic : OSTEO
71. Personification : AVATAR
73. Put on a pedestal : ADULATE
74. Strands : DESERTS
76. Bolshoi rival : KIROV
79. Switchback : ESS
80. "___ Daughter" (1970 film) : RYANS
81. First half of an attention-getter : YOO
83. Lincoln, for one : MAKE
84. Equals : PEERGROUP
86. Tiny amount : BLIP
88. Flush : ROSINESS
89. No more : GONE
93. Smart dresser : FOP
94. Hampshire hauler : LORRY
95. Part of a train, perhaps : TANKCAR
99. "Britannicus" dramatist : RACINE
101. Hotel upgrade : SUITE
103. More upscale : NICER
104. 1960's jacket style : NEHRU
106. Prune : LOP
108. Lemon producer? : SLOT
111. "Well, well!" : ISAY
112. Flaky rock : MICA
113. Words before distance or discount : ATA
114. Is no longer : WAS
115. Dawn deity : EOS
117. Nov. honoree : VET
118. 1901 novel set in India : KIM
119. It was founded by Thos. Jefferson : UVA
120. Zoologist's foot : PES

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