I HEAR YOU

New York Times, Sunday, April 15, 2001

Author: Richard Silvestri
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Silvestri
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 77 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 99 for Mr. Silvestri. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "M*A*S*H" Emmy-winner : SWIT
5. Mussorgsky bass : BORIS
10. Nod off : DROWSE
16. Victim of sun burn? : ICARUS
18. Victorian, in a way : ORNATE
19. Concentrate : DISTILL
20. "He that ___ over men must be just": II Samuel : RULETH
21. Relative group : NIECES
22. Chanted : INTONED
23. When coal, gas and oil are delivered? : ALLFUELSDAY
25. Snippy : TART
27. Once called : NEE
28. 60's singer Christie : LOU
29. Muddy up : ROIL
30. Big East team : PITT
31. Former "N.Y.P.D. Blue" co-star : SMITS
33. Whimper : MEWL
34. Where silence reigns? : MUTEPOINT
37. Least emotional : ICIEST
38. It might follow you : ARE
39. Peace : EASE
40. Spread out : SPLAY
41. Shed : MOLT
42. "Wherever Law ends, ___ begins": John Locke : TYRANNY
44. Canaanite deity : BAAL
45. Quebec's Plains of ___ : ABRAHAM
48. Status quo group : INS
49. Two things in Clinton's poolroom? : BILLANDCUE
52. Latin I : EGO
53. Autumn color : OCHRE
56. Smacker : CLAM
57. Fan : ROOTER
58. 72, often : PAR
59. Footprint, maybe : CLUE
60. Mex. madames : SRAS
61. Map overlay : GRID
62. Sixth-brightest star : ZETA
63. Dress (up) : TOG
64. Tends the furnace : STOKES
66. Not fer : AGIN
67. Kind of rod : TOWEL
68. A tray may hold it : ASH
69. Score of "Cats"? : MEWEDMUSIC
71. Low-___ : CAL
72. Notwithstanding : DESPITE
74. By and by : ANON
75. Relieved : SOLACED
79. Many an office has one : OATH
80. Hatch in the Senate : ORRIN
82. "La Dolce Vita" setting : ROME
83. Pizarro's quest : ORO
84. Wet-weather gear : PONCHO
86. Where mountain climbers train? : BUTTECAMP
88. Glitch : SNAG
89. Fissures : RIFTS
90. Jackson or Cleveland : CITY
91. Wheels of fortune? : LIMO
92. Mil. training site : OCS
93. Crimson foe : ELI
94. Highlander : GAEL
95. Bad blood in Beijing? : CHINESEFEUD
99. Motorist's winter aid : SCRAPER
102. In : ATHOME
104. Unbroken : ENTIRE
105. Pillsbury Bake-Off officials : TASTERS
106. Closed in on : NEARED
107. Bronze beater : SILVER
108. Recorded : ONTAPE
109. Begins to develop : DAWNS
110. Isn't natural : DYES
1. Place for forks and knives : SCULLERY
2. Pig in a sty : WALLOWER
3. Angry : IREFUL
4. Stage apparel : TUTU
5. It carries a bit : BRIDLE
6. Conscriptable : ONEA
7. Slightly improper : RACY
8. Manhattan addition : ITE
9. 39-line poem : SESTINA
10. Force : DINT
11. Alphabetic trio : RST
12. Sioux speaker : OTO
13. Churchgoer's pet name for his seat? : WINNIETHEPEW
14. Gets nasty outside : SLEETS
15. Heir to the throne : ELDEST
16. S. & L. offering : IRA
17. Four-man tanks : SHERMANS
18. Present : ONSITE
19. Incriminating information : DIRT
24. Bum : LOUSY
26. One who works with a code: Abbr. : ATTY
30. Column : PILLAR
31. Tennis official : SCORER
32. Uris's "___ 18" : MILA
33. Unkempt hair : MAT
35. "God is our refuge and strength ...," for one : PSALM
36. Fire ___ : OPAL
37. Steeped : IMBUED
39. Feminine suffix : ENNE
43. River to Leeds : AIRE
44. Not fair : BIASED
45. Be part of the cast of : ACTIN
46. Fine print, maybe : AGATE
47. Aesopian coda : MORAL
49. Batter before Casey : BLAKE
50. Bean : NOGGIN
51. Ionic alternative : DORIC
53. Santa's reindeer, e.g. : OCTAD
54. Almost equal : CLOSE
55. Grant leads off the show? : HUGHSONFIRST
56. Best Actor of 2000 : CROWE
60. Chest: Prefix : STETHO
62. Dreyfus defender : ZOLA
64. They strike while the iron is hot : SMITHS
65. Wise guy : SMARTY
66. Communally : ASONE
67. Big lie : TALE
70. Curriculum section : UNIT
71. Calms : COMPOSES
73. Contract : PACT
75. Scene of W.W. I fighting : SOMME
76. Imagine : CONCEIVE
77. Signs of censorship : ERASURES
78. Pluto, for one : DOG
80. Award for "Curse of the Starving Class" : OBIE
81. City in Vermont : RUTLAND
82. Came down : RAINED
84. Immediately : PRESTO
85. "The Wizard of Oz" prop : OILCAN
87. Poetic regions : CLIMES
88. Piano : SOFTLY
90. They're always tired : CARS
94. "The Cotton Club" co-star : GERE
95. Plug, of a sort : CHAW
96. It clears the way : HORN
97. Tennyson lady : ENID
98. German article : DER
100. ___ loss : ATA
101. Zing : PEP
103. Flight attendant's offering : TEA

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