GOLLY GEE

New York Times, Sunday, March 7, 1999

Author: Randolph Ross
Editor: Will Shortz
Randolph Ross
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 66 Missing: {CQXZ} This is puzzle # 47 for Mr. Ross. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. System of shorthand : GREGG
6. Have in the past : HAST
10. Palestinians : ARABS
15. Zip : NADA
19. Steinful : LAGER
20. Wrinkly fruit : UGLI
21. Ravel's "Trois Poèmes de Stéphane Mallarmé," e.g. : NONET
22. Times past : ERAS
23. Type size : AGATE
24. Squeal of delight : GOODYGOODY
26. Indicator : SIGN
27. Mao's successor : DENG
28. Most moist : SOGGIEST
29. Put on again : RESTAGE
31. Big crop in Iowa : OATS
33. No-see-um : GNAT
34. One in a rush : HASTENER
35. Merchant ship : ARGOSY
38. Sits up on two legs, maybe : BEGS
39. Tamper with : RIG
40. Unethical items in the antique business : AGERS
41. A lot : LOADS
42. ___ de combat : HORS
43. Identifying : PEGGING
45. Leapers : KANGAROOS
47. Cracked up : GIGGLED
48. Holiday drink : NOG
51. Least at peace : ANGRIEST
52. Poorer-fitting, in a way : BAGGIER
53. Didn't go straight : WOVE
54. Singing syllables : LALAS
55. Beans : NOGGINS
56. 1994 Peace Nobelist : RABIN
57. Stand for : ABIDE
59. Sandwich holders : BAGGIES
60. "Holy cow!" : EGADS
61. Excessive ambition : GREED
62. Does many things at once : JUGGLES
63. "Fried Green Tomatoes" author : FLAGG
65. Pravda provider : TASS
66. Doesn't sit tight : WIGGLES
67. First mate of TV : GILLIGAN
70. York, for one: Abbr. : SGT
71. V.I.P.'s : BIGGIES
72. The best of times : GOLDENAGE
73. "Footloose" singer, 1984 : LOGGINS
74. "It's My Party" singer Lesley : GORE
75. Texas A & M player : AGGIE
76. Japanese-American : ISSEI
79. Race segment : LEG
80. Business suit shade : NAVY
81. City of an 1854 manifesto : OSTEND
82. Olios : MELANGES
84. Brush source : SAGE
85. Two-generation name in Indiana politics : BAYH
86. City on the Clyde : GLASGOW
87. Declaration before "to me" : ITSGREEK
89. Alike, in Alençon : EGAL
93. Der ___ (Adenauer) : ALTE
94. Addleheads : DINGALINGS
96. Words of wisdom : ADAGE
97. Dutch artist Jan van der ___ : MEER
98. Suffix with exped- : ITION
99. Unworkable : NOGO
100. Old Venetian rulers : DOGES
101. Slips : ERRS
102. California hockey player : SHARK
103. ___ point (embroidery stitch) : GROS
104. Some molding profiles : OGEES
1. More than willing : GLAD
2. Latest thing : RAGE
3. William ___, Alaska's first 72-Down : EGAN
4. Excel : GETGOODGRADES
5. Post-univ. test : GRE
6. Science fiction awards : HUGOS
7. Wild-eyed : AGOG
8. Ones hiking through snow : SLOGGERS
9. News : TIDINGS
10. Worse than jitters : ANGST
11. Cheer : ROOT
12. Enero to enero : ANO
13. Makes limp and soiled : BEDRAGGLES
14. Eye sores : STYES
15. Savings : NESTEGG
16. French rocket : ARIANE
17. Macbeth's weapon : DAGGER
18. Former SAG president and family : ASNERS
25. Voice votes : YEAS
28. Mudhole : STY
30. Last-ditch effort : STAND
32. Went after : ASSAILED
34. Musical professor : HIGGINS
35. Seltzer starter : ALKA
36. Horse of a certain color : ROAN
37. Most awkward : GANGLIEST
38. Start up : BOOT
39. Pro greats Jackson and White : REGGIES
42. Pardner's mount : HOSS
43. Toes : PIGGIES
44. "y," when compared : IER
46. Stephen of "Citizen X" : REA
47. Flocks : GAGGLES
48. Absence of emotional complications : NOBAGGAGE
49. "Art of Love" poet : OVID
50. D.D.E. and others : GENS
52. Mystifies : BOGGLES
53. Modern diversionary political tactic : WAGGINGTHEDOG
55. Like some doubts : NAGGING
56. Like nothin' : REALEASY
57. Reps. : AGTS
58. Crow : BRAG
59. Prams : BUGGIES
62. Manipulate : JIGGLEWITH
63. Computer record : FILE
64. Law degree : LLD
66. Clown's need : WIG
67. ___ details : GORY
68. Not fer : AGIN
69. Scholarship criterion : NEED
71. Spring sound : BOING
72. See 3-Down : GOVERNOR
73. Some drivers : LEASERS
74. All choked up : GAGGING
76. "Sure, count me in" : IMGAME
77. Bear, so to speak : SELLER
78. Roofing specialist : SLATER
80. Pelé once played in it: Abbr. : NASL
81. Symbol of strength : OAK
83. "As ___ my witness" : GODIS
84. Performed terribly : STANK
85. Kisses for Carlos : BESOS
87. Fictional lab assistant : IGOR
88. Breakfast name : EGGO
90. Old-fashioned pledge : GAGE
91. Miracle Mets lead-off man : AGEE
92. Discounted by : LESS
95. Actress Peeples : NIA
96. Trouble : ADO

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