REALTOR-SPEAK

New York Times, Sunday, April 13, 1997

Author: Cathy Millhauser
Editor: Will Shortz
Cathy Allis
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 78 Missing: {J} This is puzzle # 30 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Workplace overseer, for short : OSHA
5. Placido domicile : CASA
9. Diamond, e.g. : CARD
13. Beatles hit of 1965 : HELP
17. Popular newspaper column : CHESS
19. Alma mater visitor : ALUM
20. ___ vincit amor : OMNIA
22. Water color : AQUA
23. JUST LISTED! : THEHOUSENOWLEANS
26. Hardly Herculean : PUNY
27. Have a yen (for) : PANT
28. Jennifer of "Flashdance" : BEALS
29. Winkers and blinkers : EYELIDS
31. Instrument for a merengue : MARIMBA
34. Award for Eric Bogosian : OBIE
35. Inclined : PRONE
36. Address : ORATION
37. OPEN FLOOR PLAN! : WATCHYOURSTEP
42. Miniature sci-fi vehicles : PODS
43. French possessive : SES
45. Sea dog : TAR
46. Milo of "Barbarella" : OSHEA
47. Comic Philips : EMO
48. MANY UPGRADES! : NOTHINGSLEVEL
54. Two in a million? : ELS
55. Unfortunate price to pay : RANSOM
57. Mideast pooh-bah : AMIR
58. Blue book filler : EXAM
59. "___ Tu" (1974 hit) : ERES
60. Two caliphs : ALIS
61. Start to byte : KILO
62. Milanese monsieur : SIGNORE
64. Stadium stats : RBIS
65. NICE MOLDING! : LOTSOFROT
69. Flat parts : LOOS
70. They pay for quarters : ROOMERS
72. Pervading tone : MOOD
73. Bondman : SERF
74. 120-pound Australians : EMUS
75. Actors McKellen and Holm : IANS
78. Art Deco designer : ERTE
79. Lincoln's first Vice President : HAMLIN
82. Chinese dynasty : HAN
83. COLONIAL CHARM! : ANTATTRACTION
86. That: Sp. : ESO
87. Terminator : ENDER
89. Suffix with cash : IER
90. ___-Cat : SNO
91. Hold up : LAST
92. FULL BASEMENT! : MOSTLYOFWATER
98. Rower, e.g. : STROKER
100. Some earrings : HOOPS
101. Dagwood's sweetheart before Blondie : IRMA
102. Sweetheart : TOOTSIE
103. Shot glass? : SYRINGE
106. The "tacho" in tachometer : SPEED
107. Short story-writer : AUTH
108. Secular : LAIC
109. PARKLIKE SETTING! : INDUSTRIALTHATIS
115. Actor Alan : ALDA
116. Collar : SEIZE
117. Bath cooler : GAOL
118. Saint Catherine's birthplace : SIENA
119. It's out on a lime : PEEL
120. Skates in water : RAYS
121. Part of B.P.O.E. : ELKS
122. Not own : RENT
1. Mo. when oysters "R" in season : OCT
2. Cinema admonition : SHH
3. Laugh syllable : HEE
4. Fireplace receptacles : ASHPITS
5. Clicker : CASTANET
6. Cold porter : ALE
7. Water-light phenomenon : SUNBOW
8. Protozoan : AMOEBA
9. Makes out in a lawsuit : COLLECTS
10. Reformer Jessie : AMES
11. Genetic carrier, for short : RNA
12. Bread for tacos : DINERO
13. Unfortunate : HAPLESS
14. Latin counterpart of "iso-" : EQUI
15. Bergman's "Casablanca" surname : LUND
16. Yields : PAYS
18. Words of agreement : SOAMI
21. Shakespearean title start : ASYOU
24. Reveals, as a secret : UNBOSOMS
25. Web user's woe : WAIT
30. Matriculate : ENROL
31. Sad sort : MOPER
32. Subject for a wine connoisseur : AROMA
33. GAS INCLUDED! : RADONABOUNDS
35. Glass cookware brand : PYREX
38. Renowned "regretter" : HALE
39. INDOOR POOL! : THEROOFLEAKS
40. Some fishermen : EELERS
41. Out : PASSE
44. Drum major's hat : SHAKO
48. Banging : NOISE
49. Not orig. : IMIT
50. Pop musician Lofgren : NILS
51. Dog show worker : GROOMER
52. Like the Sahara : VAST
53. Brit. record label : EMI
56. Diets : SLIMS
59. Huge, old-style : ENORM
63. Gather gradually : GLEAN
64. Oft-grated cheese : ROMANO
65. Hurdle for an atty.-to-be : LSAT
66. ___ song : FORA
67. Campus military org. : ROTC
68. "Awake and Sing!" playwright : ODETS
70. Make new A-line lines : REHEM
71. ___ Tin Tin : RIN
73. Oater action : SHOOTOUT
76. Innocents : NAIFS
77. Ragout : STEW
80. First-generation Japanese : ISSEI
81. The Hunchback's "our" : NOTRE
83. Oldest known city in Belgium : ARLON
84. Tramps : TRAIPSES
85. Hooks up or lays down, e.g. : INSTALLS
88. Upright : ETHICAL
91. Holy Roman Emperor, 840-55 : LOTHAIR
93. Hindu ascetics : YOGIS
94. Kitchen drawer item : OPENER
95. Waste allowance of old : TRET
96. Crop up : EMERGE
97. Kind of symmetry : RADIAL
99. Writers Henry and Philip : ROTHS
103. Put-down : SLAP
104. ___ Bowl : YALE
105. Use a shuttle : RIDE
106. Skier Chaffee : SUZY
110. Domingo, for one : DIA
111. Hunky-dory : AOK
112. Pipe joint : TEE
113. It's accommodating : INN
114. Put an end to something? : SAT

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