THAT'S AMORE

New York Times, Sunday, February 9, 1997

Author: D. Niles
Editor: Will Shortz
Dean Niles
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 67 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Niles. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Lake name of two Olympics : PLACID
7. "Pardon me, Marcello" : SCUSI
12. Bay : ULULATE
19. The dawn : AURORA
20. Seesaw : WAVER
21. Nervous system stimulant : PEMOLINE
23. Amore from Judy Garland, 1948 : SNOOKYOOKUMS
25. Amore from Jan Garber and His Orchestra, 1926 : BABYFACE
26. Jonathan's father, in the Bible : SAUL
27. Sour : SPOIL
28. Romance, e.g. : GENRE
29. "Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-___" : RAL
30. When dinner may be served : ATSIX
32. Amore from Dean Martin, 1955 : INNAMORATA
35. Reply courtesy, briefly : SASE
36. ___ embarrassment (be mortified) : DIEOF
37. Where black is white, for short? : NEG
38. Muse for Milton : ERATO
39. All alternative : CHEER
40. It turns out lts. : OCS
41. Footnote abbr. : IBID
43. Griffith and Gibb : ANDYS
44. Rundown : SHODDY
45. It may be picked up in bars : OLEO
46. Ruth's "Laugh-In" foil : ARTE
47. "Bye!" : CIAO
48. Star of 50's TV's "Private Secretary" : SOTHERN
51. Amore from Andy Williams, 1965 : DEARHEART
54. "I do," e.g. : VOW
57. Express : PHRASE
58. Like an oxeye window : OVAL
59. Example of Peke speak? : ARF
60. Metro entrance : STILE
62. Above, in Berlin : UBER
63. Subway passages : TUBES
65. "Good ___!" : GRIEF
67. Lick ___ promise : ANDA
68. Music for a baseball team? : NONET
70. Ore delivery, maybe : TON
71. Vacation spot : CAPE
72. Striking likeness : RINGER
74. "The Spanish Tragedy" dramatist : KYD
75. Amore from Anita Baker, 1986 : SWEETLOVE
78. Actress called "The Jersey Lily" : LANGTRY
79. Kentucky Derby times : MAYS
80. W. Hemisphere land : AMER
81. Strike down : UNDO
82. Aim : ASPIRE
85. Certain South Asian : TAMIL
87. Initials in a 1991 financial scandal : BCCI
88. Org. at Constitution Hall : DAR
91. Investigator's sources : LEAKS
92. Purplish : LILAC
93. Verb for you : ARE
94. Relative of an onion : CHIVE
96. About : INRE
97. Amore from the Archies, 1969 : SUGARSUGAR
99. Rapper ___ Shakur : TUPAC
100. Grunts : GIS
101. Simoleons : LUCRE
102. "The Age of Reason" writer : PAINE
104. Cold Adriatic wind : BORA
105. Amore from the Beatles, 1968 : HONEYPIE
107. Amore from the Diamonds, 1957 : LITTLEDARLIN
110. Parent's armful : TRIPLETS
111. Singer Waters : ETHEL
112. For one : APIECE
113. The sun and moon : SPHERES
114. Sillies : GEESE
115. Meals in a hall : MESSES
1. Thrusting fencing maneuver : PASSADO
2. Kook : LUNATIC
3. Provokes : AROUSES
4. "Gangsta's Paradise" singer : COOLIO
5. Provoke : IRK
6. During office hours : DAYS
7. Needed smelling salts : SWOONED
8. Encrustation : CAKING
9. Part of the soft palate : UVULA
10. Pastor's sch. : SEM
11. Major C.P.A. employer : IRS
12. Strokes for Solti : UPBEATS
13. It's inclined to provide shelter : LEANTO
14. Dark area : UMBRA
15. Ravel's "Ma mere ___" ("Mother Goose") : LOYE
16. Franklin's 1936 foe : ALF
17. Like a beauty queen : TIARAED
18. Contained : ENCASED
22. Where to catch a moray : EELERY
24. View : OPINION
28. Gloomy : GRAY
31. Scully and Mulder's obsession : XFILES
33. Telepathic : MENTAL
34. Court demand : ORDER
35. "Away!" : SHOO
39. Common on-line activities : CHATS
42. Military wear : BERET
43. Precincts : AREAS
44. ___ Winston Churchill : SIR
45. It's just south of Des Plaines : OHARE
46. Coming : ADVENT
47. ___ noir : CAFE
48. Spirit : SPUNK
49. Cry of delight : OHBOY
50. That's the way it goes : TREND
52. "Bury Me in a Free Land" poet : HARPER
53. Presque Isle locale : ERIE
54. French score : VINGT
55. On in years : OLDER
56. Pooped : WEARY
58. Relative of the English horn : OBOE
61. Code letter after Sierra : TANGO
64. Uintah Reservation Indians : UTES
65. Auctioneer's aid : GAVEL
66. Coin worth about 19 cents : FRANC
69. Autocrats : TSARS
71. Sunday reading : COMICS
73. Charge : INDICT
76. Fourth of July? : WYE
77. Truman's Missouri birthplace : LAMAR
78. Swiss tourist center : LUCERNE
79. Lapel item, sometimes : MIKE
82. Land : ALIGHT
83. Kind of tour : SENIORS
84. Garden root : PARSNIP
85. Fierce woman : TIGRESS
86. Wings : ALAE
87. Words read with feeling? : BRAILLE
88. Some antennas : DIPOLES
89. Cupidity : AVARICE
90. Fixes, as furniture : RECANES
92. 1937 DuPont invention : LUCITE
93. Marbles : AGATES
95. Classic cause of a fall : HUBRIS
97. ___ Tuesday : SUPER
98. ___ creek : UPTHE
101. 1977 Cy Young winner from the Yankees : LYLE
103. Dutch treat : EDAM
106. Letter from St. Paul: Abbr. : EPH
107. Standing prerequisite : LEG
108. Suffix with Samson : ITE
109. Do a Little bit : APE

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