WEARING O' THE GREEN

New York Times, Sunday, March 12, 2000

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 136, Blocks: 76 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 51 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Shook, maybe : WAKED
6. Quarrel : SCRAP
11. Animal that has kittens : OTTER
16. Litterae or poetica : ARS
19. Impersonations : APERY
20. Sky box locale : ARENA
21. Fish may be kept in it : BRINE
22. Lovey : PET
23. Soave ___ : BOLLA
24. Lethargy : SOPOR
25. 1989 Al Pacino movie : SEAOFLOVE
27. Trumpeter Red : ALLEN
28. Gang types : HOODS
29. Director Reiner : CARL
30. "Understood!" : ISEE
31. Roguish : SLY
32. Grandchild of Japanese immigrants : SANSEI
33. Tony-winning Hagen : UTA
34. 13th-century invader : TATAR
35. People to hang out with : HOMEBOYS
38. Former U.S. Open site : FORESTHILLS
41. Stable sounds : CLOPS
42. Went to the top : SOARED
44. Relieves : EASES
45. Like some pond life : ALGAL
47. Bygone New York newspaper : WORLD
48. Brave : DARE
49. Sitting room? : TOILET
51. "Uncle Tom's Cabin" girl : EVA
52. "Shoulda, woulda, coulda" thinker : RUER
54. Soccer star Hamm : MIA
57. Chat room abbr. : LOL
58. Goes (for) : RETAILS
61. Dark : UNLIT
63. Passbook entry: Abbr. : INT
64. N.H.L. conference div. : ATL
65. It's good when they're extended : OLIVEBRANCHES
67. Broadcasting inits. since 1970 : NPR
68. Number after cinque : SEI
69. Cause of some skids : SLEET
70. Get rid of : ABOLISH
71. Calendar abbr. : TUE
72. Quick scores? : TDS
73. "Dear" ones : SIRS
74. Many a state name in D.C. : AVE
75. Dyes : TINCTS
77. Muffin ingredient : BRAN
79. Sky boxes, perhaps : KITES
81. It's for the birds : ROOST
82. Thin as ___ : ARAIL
84. Keyboard key : SPACER
86. Arrived : GOTIN
88. Wizard's home : EMERALDCITY
90. Like some covers : FIRSTDAY
93. Desires : LUSTS
94. Mythical bird : ROC
95. Hard roll? : SALAMI
98. "___ Had It" (1959 hit) : IVE
99. D.C. regulators : OSHA
100. "___ Breckinridge" : MYRA
101. Flutist's embellishment : TRILL
102. Gluts : SATES
104. Numskulls : PEABRAINS
106. Rugged ridge : ARETE
107. Trust fund babies, often : HEIRS
108. Titus, e.g.: Abbr. : EMP
109. Cuts corners? : DICES
110. Something to read word for word? : ROGET
111. Began : AROSE
112. River to the Irish Sea : DEE
113. Certain Oldsmobile : ALERO
114. They can hold water : EWERS
115. Practices : HONES
1. Ohio River tributary : WABASH
2. Artemis's twin : APOLLO
3. "Witness" co-star : KELLYMCGILLIS
4. ___ Stanley Gardner : ERLE
5. Actress Cannon : DYAN
6. Runway moves : SASHAYS
7. Sings "Rock-a-Bye Baby" : CROONS
8. Tow truck attachments : REPOS
9. It's positive : ANODE
10. Wagner's final work : PARSIFAL
11. Eclipse : OBSCURE
12. Like stainproof fabric : TREATED
13. They're fit for a princess : TIARAS
14. Organic compound : ENOL
15. One who cries foul? : REF
16. Last Supper guest : APOSTLE
17. Lets on : REVEALS
18. Bull market necessities? : STEERS
26. Be a go-between : LIAISE
32. Pacifier : SOP
34. Where, to a whaler? : THAR
36. Carrier at J.F.K. : ELAL
37. Matadors' duds : BOLEROS
39. Run-of-the-mill: Abbr. : ORD
40. Most overcome : TEARIEST
42. Reds : SOVIETS
43. Big name in brushwork : ORALB
45. "Finally!" : ATLAST
46. Made "moonlight requisitions" : LOOTED
47. "ER" doctor played by Laura Innes : WEAVER
48. Where cows are sacred : DELHI
50. Is a blabbermouth : TELLSALL
52. Steamroll : RUNOVER
53. Sam and Ben : UNCLES
54. There's no use in this : MINTCONDITION
55. Does data work : INPUTS
56. Napping : ATREST
59. Marketing device : TIEIN
60. Iberian Mrs. : SRA
62. Marathon mementos : TSHIRTS
66. Fall off : ABATE
76. "___ cannot be!" : NOIT
77. Something screwdrivers can help make : BARTAB
78. Small estuaries : RIAS
79. Krazy ___ : KAT
80. Negative reaction : ICYSTARE
82. 1998 song by Rebecca Blake : AMUSEME
83. Mold anew : RESHAPE
84. Harsh critic : SCORNER
85. "Three Musicians" artist : PICASSO
86. They're boring : GIMLETS
87. "...___ quit!" : ORI
88. Skipped out, in a way : ELOPED
89. Common refrigerant : DRYICE
90. Bumble : FALTER
91. Loath : AVERSE
92. Good news from lenders : YESSES
96. Traffic light feature : ARROW
97. Feudal lord : LIEGE
100. Kind of call : MAIL
102. Bygone leader : SHAH
103. Sleekly designed : AERO
105. Abbr. often appearing above percentages : RDA

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