SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN

New York Times, Sunday, April 10, 2005

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 23, Columns: 23, Words: 166, Blocks: 96 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 133 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Realtor, e.g.: Abbr. : AGT
4. Things that can be rolled over, for short : IRAS
8. Delicateness : TACT
12. Foes of Lenin : TSARISTS
20. Science fiction writer Frederik : POHL
22. Not taking sides: Abbr. : NEUT
23. Lab gel : AGAR
24. Deli order : HAMONRYE
25. Gazetteer datum : AREA
26. Fill until full : SATE
27. Corn syrup brand : KARO
28. Helping : AVAILING
29. Place with a board : COOP
30. Where 67-Down taught : PRINCETON
32. Make lace : TAT
33. Away, in a way : ASEA
34. Beat up on : HURT
35. E.R. lifelines : IVS
36. "Excuse me ?" : AHEM
37. Go by foot, slangily : LEGIT
39. Greek war goddess : ENYO
40. Sound quality : TIMBRE
42. Ward (off) : STAVE
44. Attacked : HADAT
49. One who's taken in : ADOPTEE
51. Flight suit stitching : USAF
53. First name in motorcycle jumping : EVEL
54. Dangerous strain : EBOLA
55. Reason for a bounced check: Abbr. : NSF
56. Scientist's question : HOW
57. Santiago charger : TORO
58. Bird's home: Var. : AERY
59. Bohr who was a contemporary of 67-Down : NIELS
60. Locations for some schools : REEFS
62. ___'acte : ENTR
63. Stay in the sun too long : FRY
64. "Au contraire!" : NOTSO
65. ___ Laredo, Mexico, on the Rio Grande : NUEVO
67. True or false: Abbr. : ANS
68. Spiritual path : TAO
70. Old Big Apple paper, with "the" : TRIB
72. Big D.C. lobby : NRA
74. "I've Got the World on a String" composer : ARLEN
75. Belle-___-en-Mer, France : ILE
76. Discount rack shorthand : IRR
77. Work on the edge? : HONE
78. Cable inits. : TNN
79. "That ___ lie!" : ISA
80. Extension : LIMB
82. Famed statement by 67-Down : E=MC2
84. Proofreader's notation : ITAL
85. Darlin' : HON
86. Industrial container : VAT
87. Days of ___ : YORE
88. Colorado native : UTE
89. "E.R." regulars : RNS
90. First strategy : PLANA
92. Big record label : EMI
93. Contrite type : RUER
94. "There but for the grace of God ___" : GOI
95. Part: Abbr. : SEG
96. Come of age? : RIPEN
97. Prestigious schools : IVIES
99. Literary inits. : TSE
101. Squabble : SPAT
103. Early astronaut : CHIMP
105. Soul : ANIMA
106. Gradually withdraw : WEAN
107. Unit of storage : SILO
108. "Frasier" role : ROZ
109. Bailout key : ESC
112. Small sheds : COTES
113. Mayo's locale : EIRE
114. Company that has its ups and downs : OTIS
115. Small snowfall : ONEINCH
117. Jerome Kern tune "___ Forget" : TRYTO
118. Woody Allen's feeling, often : ANGST
120. Empress of the Blues ___ Smith : BESSIE
122. Italian honey : CARA
123. Sip : NURSE
125. Love personified : AMOR
127. Blockhead : ASS
128. In-flight info, in brief : ETAS
129. Soft shoes : MOCS
133. Yankee's club : BAT
134. 67-Down, for one : PHYSICIST
136. Peak in les Alpes : MONT
137. Biology lab organism : ANAEROBE
139. "Hogwash!" : LIES
140. Kyrgyzstan range : ALAI
141. One who hasn't turned pro? : ANTI
142. "The Sterile Cuckoo" actress, 1969 : MINNELLI
143. French 101 infinitive : ETRE
144. Corn cake : PONE
145. Enlisted V.I.P.'s : NCOS
146. 9:59 : ONETOTEN
147. Ph.D.'s work: Abbr. : DISS
148. Sugar lovers : ANTS
149. Lake Erie-to-Lake Ontario dir. : ENE
1. Like the Navajo language : APACHEAN
2. Bouts : GOROUNDS
3. Proposal by 67-Down : THEORYOFRELATIVITY
4. Notwithstanding : INSPITEOF
5. Mirrors may show them : REARVIEWS
6. Psychologist's study : AUTISM
7. W.W. II gun : STEN
8. "Courage!" : TAKEHEART
9. Type size : AGATE
10. Rebounds : CAROMS
11. Suffix with Jumbo : TRON
12. Observation, part 3 : THATEVERYTHING
13. How bitter enemies attack : SAVAGELY
14. High-end viola : AMATI
15. Louis, for one : ROI
16. Where a Laker may live : INLA
17. Indian honorifics : SRIS
18. Northumberland river : TYNE
19. Nintendo rival : SEGA
21. It might have WiFi access : LAPTOP
31. Rachel and Kit : CARSONS
37. Four-time champ at Wimbledon : LAVER
38. 67-Down won this in 1921 : THENOBELPRIZE
41. C4H8 : BUTENE
43. 1950 Doris Day film : TEAFOR2
45. Slightly : ABIT
46. End of the observation : DOESNTHAPPENATONCE
47. Go-for-broke choice : ALLORNONE
48. Univ. employees : TAS
50. Start of an observation by 67-Down : THEONLYREASON
52. Observation, part 2 : FORTIMEISSO
61. Dark time, briefly : EVE
64. Singer Simone : NINA
65. Green : NAIVE
66. It's over the North Pole : URSAMINOR
67. Notable who died April 1955 : ALBERTEINSTEIN
69. Rainbow : ARC
71. Breaks down : ROTS
73. Boutros-Ghali's U.N. successor : ANNAN
75. Hungarian hero ___ Nagy : IMRE
81. Slips in a pot : IOUS
82. Ormandy and Onegin : EUGENES
83. On a par with : =TO
89. Mix anew, as greens : RETOSS
91. Boundary: Abbr. : LIM
95. Rival composer of Mozart : SALIERI
98. "___ a Man," John Ciardi poetry collection : IMET
100. Police V.I.P. : SARGE
102. Table watchers : PITBOSSES
103. Bakery product : CROISSANT
104. Silver dollar plants : HONESTIES
105. It's been passed : ACT
106. Like suits and boots : WEARABLE
110. Home of the Red Barons in minor-league baseball : SCRANTON
111. Dress down : CHASTISE
116. One with steady nerves, slangily : ICEMAN
119. "Omoo" setting : TAHITI
121. "___, O Ship of State!" : SAILON
124. Metal fastener : UBOLT
126. Fort ___, Fla. : MYERS
129. Hawaiian honeycreeper : MAMO
130. "Hey, what's going ___ there?" : ONIN
131. Mr. Peanut accessory : CANE
132. In the mail : SENT
134. Begged : PLED
135. Bullfighter's cloak : CAPA
138. Antique auto : REO

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