WHERE IN WEBSTER'S?

New York Times, Sunday, February 4, 2001

Author: Frank A. Longo
Editor: Will Shortz
Frank Longo
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 76 Missing: {JKQZ} This is puzzle # 59 for Mr. Longo. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Aged : GROWNOLD
9. Cry from Homer Simpson : DOH
12. Bugs : VWS
15. Hook deliverer : FIST
19. Romeo : LOTHARIO
20. Christian ___ : ERA
21. Literary monogram : EAP
22. Chow chow chow : ALPO
23. SPAETZLE : ONTOPOFSPAGHETTI
26. No haute cuisine : SLOP
27. Ecological community : BIOME
28. Seven up, e.g. : TIED
29. HOUSE : AFTERHOURS
31. Pitcher Martinez : PEDRO
32. Record player : STEREO
33. Fr. martyr, maybe : STE
34. GROUCHY : ABOVEGROUND
40. Berlin-to-Leipzig dir. : SSW
41. Good thing to have in war : ACE
42. "The Karate Kid" co-star : MORITA
43. Development areas? : UTERI
47. Antiquated outburst : EGAD
48. Academy newcomer : PLEBE
49. ORDINAL : FOLLOWINGORDERS
55. Shake : LOSE
56. California's ___ National Forest : TAHOE
57. Protractedly : ONANDON
58. Old telecommunications conglomerate : ITT
59. Panthers, e.g. : NHLTEAM
61. It may be needed for a change : DIAPER
65. Cry of disgust : FIE
66. SEALING WAX : BELOWSEALEVEL
71. William F. Buckley was one : ELI
72. Reply of affirmation : YESIAM
74. Inattention : LAXNESS
75. 20%, often : TIP
76. Drive down the fairway : TEESHOT
81. Order to a band : HITIT
82. Quash : VETO
83. DISDAIN : UNDERDISCUSSION
87. Two-time U.S. Open winner Hart : DORIS
88. What prices may do : SOAR
89. Megacorporation : GIANT
90. Take off the stock exchange : DELIST
91. Slip : ERR
92. "Moesha" broadcaster : UPN
94. TIMBREL : AHEADOFTIME
99. Run in front of U : RST
100. It's rich in oil : ARABIA
104. See 60-Down : ALLEN
105. LONE WOLF : BEFORELONG
107. It may be jumped : BAIL
108. Pulitzer winner Sinclair : UPTON
113. Son of Venus : AMOR
114. MESS : PRECEDINGMESSAGE
117. Romanian's neighbor : SERB
118. Word before second or hour : PER
119. Protein source : NUT
120. They were striking in the Stone Age : HANDAXES
121. Gridiron group : ENDS
122. Gridiron gain: Abbr. : YDS
123. Gridiron goals, briefly : TDS
124. Détente documents : TREATIES
1. Whipped cream serving : GLOB
2. Rice-A-___ : RONI
3. "No, No, Nanette" lyricist Harbach : OTTO
4. Pronoun in a Hemingway title : WHOM
5. Puppy pickup point : NAPE
6. Gaucho's gold : ORO
7. One may be spotted in a gym : LIFTER
8. Revolution in square-dancing : DOSIDO
9. Precise : DEADON
10. E-mail address ending : ORG
11. Comedy club chorus : HAHAS
12. Flashy Chevy, for short : VETTE
13. Cancer or Scorpio : WATERSIGN
14. Architectural tapers : SPIRES
15. Burkina ___ : FASO
16. Bad treatment : ILLUSAGE
17. 12-Down, for one : SPORTCAR
18. Best players, usually : TOPSEEDS
24. Big copper exporter : PERU
25. Eastern newt : EFT
30. Something to be shown : HOW
31. Annual tourn. holder : PGA
34. Heighten : AMPLIFY
35. Western accessory : BOLOTIE
36. Brother of Iphigenia : ORESTES
37. Feeling : VIBE
38. Hot time in Québec : ETE
39. Pair : DUO
44. Pair : TWO
45. Magazin article : EIN
46. Molecular biology topic : RNA
47. Seat of Jackson County, Texas : EDNA
49. Eden event : FALL
50. "___ be in England ..." : OHTO
51. MGM co-founder : LOEW
52. Pastoral expanses : LEAS
53. Most curious : ODDEST
54. Disquiets : ROILS
56. Like some modern restaurants : THEMED
59. Hawk or Hornet : NBAER
60. With 104-Across, former voice of "This Week in Baseball" : MEL
62. Czar who succeeded Catherine I : PETERII
63. Undemocratic tendency : ELITISM
64. Dorothy Parker delivery : RIPOSTE
67. Sounds from a sauna : AAHS
68. Year the empress Octavia was murdered : LXII
69. Prefix with dermal : ENTO
70. Ore site : VEIN
73. Aqueduct of Sylvius, e.g. : ITER
77. Hue stronger than scarlet : SIGNALRED
78. Fu-___ (legendary Chinese sage) : HSI
79. Mozart's "L'___ del Cairo" : OCA
80. 252 wine gallons : TUN
82. Part of mV : VOLT
83. Software clients, collectively : USERBASE
84. Noted seafarers : NORSEMEN
85. Town near London, site of England's first paper mill : DARTFORD
86. "All aboard!" area: Abbr. : STA
87. Excellent, to a hip-hopper : DEF
90. Dress in : DON
92. Old Mideast inits. : UAR
93. Like Top-Siders and khakis : PREPPY
95. They're not easily broken : HABITS
96. Pizazz : ELAN
97. Step off : ALIGHT
98. Oceanside town north of San Diego : DELMAR
101. One side in an 1899 war : BOERS
102. Entrepreneur's reading, maybe : INC
103. One might get a cut : AGENT
106. Celestial array : ORBS
108. Meat approver, for short : USDA
109. Exam for jrs. : PSAT
110. El alternative : TAXI
111. S-curve : OGEE
112. Top Untouchable : NESS
115. Turkey : DUD
116. Ending with butyl : ENE

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