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New York Times, Sunday, March 31, 2002

Author: Lynn Lempel
Editor: Will Shortz
Lynn Lempel
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 73 Missing: {Z} This is puzzle # 3 for Ms. Lempel. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Biker : PEDALER
8. Source of a wake-up call : BUGLE
13. Lighter alternative : MATCH
18. Parrot : IMITATE
19. Something to follow : ARROW
20. One going door-to-door, maybe : CAROLER
22. Item in a smuggler's first-aid kit? : CONTRABANDAGE
24. Napping, so to speak : UNAWARE
25. Kind of sandwich : STEAK
26. Affronts : SNUBS
27. Need for a new arrival : CRIB
28. Bread at a meal : SOP
29. Key abbr. : ESC
30. Private area? : BASE
32. Site of a noted fossil find : JAVA
33. 32-Across is part of it : ASIA
34. Dent in a vacuum cleaner? : HOOVERDAMAGE
39. Shrovetide serving : BLINI
40. See 95-Down : SEA
43. Ton, for one : UNIT
44. Small round window : OXEYE
45. Flipped (through) : LEAFED
46. Performed a canticle, e.g. : INTONED
48. Archaeological site : RUINS
49. Kind of dish : PETRI
50. Subject of a Congressional committee : ETHICS
51. Firm symbols : LOGOS
52. They're given money to waste : HITMEN
54. Room with a vue : SALLE
55. Rubdown at a mountain resort? : HIGHMASSAGE
58. Like L.B.J. : DEM
60. Affiliations : TIES
61. Naturalness : EASE
62. Jumble : HASH
63. Wise guy : SAGE
64. Key abbr. : ALT
65. Mad rush to get out? : EXITRAMPAGE
69. Fountain orders : SODAS
70. Not meant to be repeated : SECRET
72. Dish makers : COOKS
73. Fountain orders : FLOATS
74. Lewis with Lamb Chop : SHARI
75. Wrap : STOLE
76. Homestead holder : GRANGER
77. Least risky : SAFEST
79. Seek information from : QUERY
80. Like some attempts : VAIN
81. People who get the last word in?: Abbr. : EDS
82. Like best friends : CLOSE
83. Expense incurred in mailing a handbook? : GUIDEPOSTAGE
86. Loads : ALOT
87. Rap : CHAT
88. Embarkation location : PIER
89. Ticked : MAD
92. Baloney : ROT
93. Heavy cart : DRAY
94. Jenny with a program : CRAIG
97. Embarkation location : DEPOT
99. Unsatisfying reply to a question : EVASION
101. Take Alaska off the tour itinerary? : DROPANCHORAGE
104. Classical guitar great : SEGOVIA
105. Make zero, maybe : RESET
106. Punch with a kick : SANGRIA
107. Chill, so to speak : RELAX
108. James or Jackson : JESSE
109. Speaker part : TWEETER
1. Photos : PICS
2. Be theatrical : EMOTE
3. Takes to Sardi's, say : DINES
4. Sew on, e.g. : ATTACH
5. Symbol of happiness : LARK
6. Terminal info : ETA
7. Yiddish Mr. : REB
8. Newspaper attention-getter : BANNER
9. Language of Lahore : URDU
10. Capture : GRAB
11. Fireplace fill : LOGS
12. Fleecing target : EWE
13. Beatle follower? : MANIA
14. Hussein I, for one : ARAB
15. Stalled driver's request : TOW
16. Proverb not meant to be repeated? : CLASSIFIEDADAGE
17. Emma or Jane Eyre : HEROINE
20. Pinup feature : CURVE
21. No longer outstanding, in a way : REPAID
23. Black ink item : ASSET
27. Pet pad : CAGE
30. Leakey discovery : BONES
31. Gung-ho : AVID
32. Crows' cousins : JAYS
33. Firebox feature : ALARM
35. Prevention measure? : OUNCE
36. Mazuma : DOUGH
37. Principle : AXIOM
38. Brains belong to it : MENSA
39. Wide-eyed Davis : BETTE
40. Break of day? : SIESTA
41. Necessitates : ENTAILS
42. Film shot at the Olympics? : ATHLETESFOOTAGE
45. O'Hara's portrayer : LEIGH
47. Art store stock : OILS
48. With 67-Down, "Moonraker" star : ROGER
49. Period : PHASE
51. Santa's reference : LIST
53. Voided : NEGATED
55. Santa Maria wreck site : HAITI
56. Fountain order : SHAKE
57. Doesn't hold up well : SAGS
59. Abbr. before multiple surnames : MESSRS
61. Put forth : EXERT
63. By and by : SOON
65. Obliterate : ERASE
66. Entered the picture? : ACTED
67. See 48-Down : MOORE
68. Coral producer : POLYP
69. Bad, for good : SLANG
71. Place for a medal : CHEST
73. Frock sporter : FRIAR
75. Something to follow : SUIT
76. Scandal suffix : GATE
77. Finds, with "up" : SCARES
78. Finished : ALLOVER
79. Jetty : QUAY
80. Triumphant gesture : VSIGN
83. Gold Coast locale : GHANA
84. Narcotic : OPIATE
85. Materialize : EMERGE
87. St. ___ (river to the Mississippi) : CROIX
90. In pieces : APART
91. Stray on the range : DOGIE
93. Met attraction : DIVA
94. Algonquian language : CREE
95. With 40-Across, McMurdo Sound locale : ROSS
96. Captors in a sci-fi classic : APES
97. Accomplished : DONE
98. Floor it : TEAR
100. Helios's Roman counterpart : SOL
101. Hoops legend : DRJ
102. Chi hrs. : CST
103. Command to Dobbin : HAW

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