WORLD CAPITALISM

New York Times, Sunday, April 19, 1998

Author: Rich Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 82 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 80 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Lemony, say : CITRIC
7. "Time Cycle" composer Lukas ___ : FOSS
11. One of a secretive trio : LAMPPOST
19. Utica's county : ONEIDA
20. "Yeah, sure" : IBET
21. School part : CAFETERIA
22. Eastern European hill? : KIEVINCLINE
24. West African fliers? : ACCRABATS
25. Subjects for special fx artists : ETS
26. Alley prowler : TOM
27. Afford without a problem : SPARE
29. Smudge : BLOT
30. Driver's invitation : HOPIN
33. Most hectic : BUSIEST
35. Coeur d'___ : ALENE
36. Oriental Miss Universe? : BEIJINGBEAUTY
39. Pretentious : ARTY
41. "Domani" singer : LAROSA
42. Boxers' beefs : YELPS
43. Fax cover-page word : FROM
44. "Married to the ___" (1988 film) : MOB
47. Six-time N.L. home run champ : OTT
48. Bumped into : MET
49. Break out : LAM
50. Increase in strength, with "up" : TONE
51. Suspected : WASONTO
55. Restored photo, perhaps : SEPIA
59. Means : AVENUE
61. Resting place : ROOST
63. Central European sensors? : PRAGUENOSES
65. Southeast Asian go-getter? : TAIPEIPERSONALITY
67. Eastern European vestments? : MINSKSTOLES
68. Hint : TRACE
69. Five-time Emmy-winning actress : BERGEN
70. Similarity symbol, in math : TILDE
71. Lure with music : TWEEDLE
75. On the quiet side? : ALEE
76. "To what do I ___..." : OWE
78. Hip friend : BRO
80. Yet, poetically : EEN
81. Contribute : ADD
82. Turmoil : STIR
83. Shade of brown : COCOA
86. Fastened, in a way : HASPED
89. Hung. neighbor : AUST
90. Mideast exam administrators? : CAIROPROCTORS
92. Western law enforcement group : POSSE
95. Gorilla : HOODLUM
97. City on the Allegheny : OLEAN
98. London's ___ of Court : INNS
99. Glorify : BLESS
100. Hackneyed : OLD
101. Bygone pol. cause : ERA
104. Far Eastern nourishment? : SEOULFOOD
108. South central Asian gems? : KABULSTONES
112. Deviations : ANOMALIES
113. Promising words : IDOS
114. Move stealthily : TIPTOE
115. Office supply items : NOTEPADS
116. Succeeding : NEXT
117. "Potemkin" setting : ODESSA
1. Furnace fuel : COKE
2. Letter of approval?: Abbr. : INIT
3. Souvenir shop items : TEESHIRTS
4. Mo. or Miss. : RIV
5. First name in exiles : IDI
6. Saloon : CANTINA
7. Shoot : FILM
8. Oriental tie : OBI
9. Epicurean : SENSUAL
10. Increases : STEPSUP
11. Spikes : LACES
12. Patriots' grp. : AFC
13. Nice view : MER
14. School grp. : PTA
15. Hard on the feet : PEBBLY
16. Papal vestment : ORALE
17. Squelch : SITON
18. Kind of test : TASTE
21. 1990 Best New Artist Grammy winner : CAREY
23. Attached houses?: Abbr. : CONG
28. Isles : AITS
31. Spanish seer? : OJO
32. Tecs : PIS
33. Sugar source : BEET
34. Royal residence of early Ireland : TARA
35. It can help if you're short : ATM
36. Throw away : BLOW
37. "I can't ___ thing" : EATA
38. Tournament helper : BYE
40. The Twelve Tables' contents : ROMANLAW
43. Hardly hide : FLAUNT
44. Bucks : MONEY
45. ___ probandi : ONUS
46. Buzzer : BEE
48. Noted Charlton Heston role : MOSES
50. Student, at times : TESTEE
52. Color on the Irish flag : ORANGE
53. Hullabaloo : NOISE
54. Kewpie doll features : TOPKNOTS
55. Period of time : SPELL
56. Messed up : ERRED
57. Out : PASSE
58. "___ to Pieces" (1965 hit) : IGO
60. Style of expression : VOICE
62. Self-conscious laugh : TITTER
64. Keep an ___ the ground : EARTO
65. Stale : TIRED
66. Islands dish : POI
67. Combine : MELD
69. Farm call : BAA
72. Witnesses : DEPONENTS
73. Lecherous look : LEER
74. Parts to tie : ENDS
77. Dating : WITH
78. [Sans warning!] : BOOM
79. Blame : RAP
82. Word of lawyerly advice : SUE
83. Suffix with motor : CADE
84. Rain gear material : OILSKIN
85. Campaign : CRUSADE
86. Maintains : HOLDSTO
87. Whiz : ACE
88. Penn, e.g.: Abbr. : STA
89. Take on : ASSUME
90. Attendance preventers : COLDS
91. Go around in circles : ROLL
92. Galileo, for one : PISAN
93. Bridge call, for short : ONENO
94. Condescending type : SNOOT
96. Handheld instruments : OBOES
100. Bounce : OUST
102. Old Oldses : REOS
103. Fishing, perhaps : ASEA
105. Spot for a computer : LAP
106. St. Augustine's locale: Abbr. : FLA
107. Suffix with fact : OID
109. Swing in a ring : BOX
110. Thrice daily, in prescriptions : TID
111. Expose, poetically : OPE

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