CAPITALISTS

New York Times, Sunday, April 16, 1995

Author: Matt Gaffney
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 74 Missing: {XZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Gaffney. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1995, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Dance half : CHA
4. It comes in a case : STAIR
9. Sudden activities : SPASMS
15. Some change: Abbr. : CTS
18. His Veep was George : RON
19. Late Swedish P.M. : PALME
20. Sung story : CANTATA
22. Part of 59-Across : OWE
23. Ford portrayal : INDIANAPOLISJONES
26. Alice's boss on "Alice" : MEL
27. Gathers on the surface, chemically : SORBS
28. Prefix denoting equality : ISO
29. Inculcate, as suspicion : SOW
30. Time Inc. magazine : PEOPLE
32. Big night for teens : PROM
33. Musical notes : FAS
35. Words to a traitor : ETTU
37. _____ dog (lab experiment subjects) : PAVLOVS
38. '60s war site : NAM
39. Subcontinent language : KASHMIRI
41. Medical school subject : DISEASE
42. Prior to : ERE
43. Roy Orbison's "_____ Over" : ITS
44. Author who served as U.S. minister to Spain : OLYMPIAIRVING
47. Funny Caesar : SID
48. Mazda offering : MIATA
50. Serengeti roamer : ELAND
51. "Put _____ my bill" : ITON
52. Volvo rival : SAAB
54. Sergovia medium : GUITAR
57. Lotion ingredients : ALOES
59. Note in a poker game, e.g. : IOU
60. Botanical seed : OVULE
62. Unexpected blessing : BOON
64. Bird on a Canadian dollar : LOON
66. Girl of a 1925 song : SWEETATLANTABROWN
71. Dessert maker's equipment : MOLD
72. Captaincy : HELM
73. Major force in chess : QUEEN
74. Bachelor's home : PAD
75. Moore co-star on '70s TV : ASNER
79. According to law : DEJURE
81. Supermarket checkers do it : SCAN
85. Gaslight and others : ERAS
87. Shaped (up) : TONED
89. Takes home : EARNS
91. Woodcutter in a children's story : ALI
92. Author in the Bloomsbury Group : RICHMONDWOOLF
96. Noted judge : ITO
97. Pro Bowl team: Abbr. : NFC
98. 1983 World Series champs : ORIOLES
99. Gained : PROFITED
101. Casual negative : NAH
102. Kind of letter : SCARLET
103. Contrary one : MARY
104. Neither's partner : NOR
105. Picasso contemporary : MIRO
106. Prepare for slumber : TUCKIN
107. Shriver of tennis : PAM
108. "Caught you!" : AHA
110. Encyclopedia Brown creator : SOBOL
111. Just fine : AOK
112. Two-time Pulitzer-winning playwright : NASHVILLEWILLIAMS
117. Title on a Fr. envelope : MME
118. Like some coastlines : ERODING
119. Contact, in a way : RADIO
120. Turn-of-the-century Pope : LEO
121. _____ favor : POR
122. Pregame events : TOSSES
123. Declining, as a fire : DYING
124. Heir, sometimes : SON
1. Potato chip quality : CRISPNESS
2. Appearance moneys : HONORARIA
3. Wife of Perseus : ANDROMEDA
4. Karlovy Vary and others : SPAS
5. Spank : TAN
6. Menu phrase : ALA
7. Full of mischief : IMPISH
8. Old autos : REOS
9. Poly _____ : SCI
10. Twiddle one's thumbs : PASSTIME
11. Neighbor of Bretagne : ANJOU
12. Pack : STOW
13. "Wow!" : MAN
14. Make way : STEPASIDE
15. 20-Across, e.g. : COMPOSITION
16. Redundant time : TWELVENOON
17. Graf rival : SELES
21. Letter closing : ASEVER
24. Apple foe : IBM
25. Trompe _____ (optical trick) : LOEIL
31. Legendary Norwegian king : OLAVI
33. Marathon problem : FATIGUE
34. It often comes with a battery : ASSAULT
36. Shot : TRY
37. Jane Campion film, with "The" : PIANO
39. Korean surname : KIM
40. Keep guard : MOAT
41. Push-button alternative : DIAL
45. Insider of a sort : PLANT
46. Endangered animal : GNU
49. "_____ yellow ribbon..." : TIEA
53. Get spares, perhaps : BOWL
55. Having the power : ABLE
56. Explorer Amundsen : ROALD
58. Wild plum : SLOE
61. Sacred Hindu text : VEDA
63. "This one's _____" : ONME
65. Admits (to), with "up" : OWNS
66. Thin snack : SODACRACKER
67. Cast : THREW
68. Crayon color : AQUA
69. Sonora snack : BURRITO
70. Type in again : REENTER
71. Name in Democratic politics : MARIOCUOMO
74. Apiece : PER
76. Ritzy contraband : STOLENART
77. Three trios : NONET
78. Some eligible receivers : ENDS
80. Bridges or Daniels : JEFF
82. "Robinson Crusoe" extras : CANNIBALS
83. Popular sports car : ALFAROMEO
84. Joker portrayer : NICHOLSON
86. Evade : SHIRK
88. Neurotransmitter of note : DOPAMINE
90. Earth : SOD
93. Illinois city : MOLINE
94. Hockey Hall-of-Famer : ORR
95. Like a boy scout : LOYAL
100. Possibly : INAWAY
102. 33-center : STAMP
103. Song thrush : MAVIS
105. "Li'l ol' me!" : MOI
107. Many college profs. : PHDS
109. Drove : HERD
110. Toil : SLOG
113. _____ Canals : SOO
114. Gridiron positions: Abbr. : LGS
115. _____ Amin : IDI
116. Mao associate _____ Piao : LIN

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