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New York Times, Sunday, April 20, 1997

Author: Charles M. Deber
Editor: Will Shortz
Charles M. Deber
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 76 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 24 for Mr. Deber. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Appears : SEEMS
6. Tackle : TRY
9. Certain apartment : LOFT
13. Fly out of a jungle : TSETSE
19. Implied : TACIT
20. Like a bairn : WEE
21. "Are you ___ out?" : INOR
22. Terrigenous rocks : SHALES
23. Ballet dancer's cookout? : YSHNIKOVSBECUE
26. Sublet : RERENT
27. Polaris, in Paris : ETOILE
28. Bottle contents, perhaps : MODELSHIP
30. Lao-___ : TSE
31. Not dorsal : VENTRAL
34. Applications : USES
35. Feather's partner : TAR
36. Rations : METES
39. Litter's littlest : RUNT
40. Most like sphagnum : PEATIEST
43. Hit man : ICER
44. Biblical no-no : SIN
45. Special-interest grps. : ORGS
48. "The Day the Earth Stood Still" star Michael : RENNIE
49. Timeline division : ERA
50. X years before Hastings : MLVI
51. Wash. Sq. campus : NYU
52. Quiescent : ATREST
53. Showman's good buys? : NUMSGAINS
56. Certain skirts : MIDIS
58. Finds an easy chair : PLOPS
61. Where basketball and volleyball were first played : YMCA
62. "Yer darn ___!" : TOOTIN
64. Position : STANCE
65. Envelope abbr. : ATTN
68. Sir Charles's pet fish? : KLEYSRACUDA
71. V-neck garment : VEST
72. Unruly hair : SHOCKS
74. The "A" of A&M Records : ALPERT
75. Its pitch is high : OBOE
77. Orange ___ : PEKOE
78. Provokes : STIRS
79. Silent screen star's drink makers? : ASTENDERS
84. Oxford's skyline : SPIRES
86. Mother of Zephyrus : EOS
88. "B.C." cartoonist : HART
89. Stadium sound : RAH
90. Glycerol-based solvent : ACETIN
91. Congenial song ending : SYNE
92. Apr. addressee : IRS
93. Single out for praise : CITE
94. Beat against : LASHEDAT
96. Wood stack : CORD
98. Spiked staffs : MACES
99. Camera type, for short : SLR
100. Big name in games : SEGA
101. Kind of shopping : ONESTOP
103. Exclamation of surprise : OHO
104. Scrapes : ABRASIONS
107. Codeine, for one : OPIATE
111. Tell : RELATE
113. French sculptor's weather-front detectors? : THOLDISOMETERS
116. It's a fault's fault : TREMOR
117. High water alternative : HELL
118. Average fellow? : DOW
119. Day to remember : DORIS
120. "___ Fables" : AESOPS
121. Drifting : ASEA
122. Ogle : EYE
123. Acclivity : SLOPE
1. Palpebral swelling : STYE
2. How the Amazon flows : EAST
3. Effect in the recording studio : ECHO
4. Cheevy of Edwin Arlington Robinson verse : MINIVER
5. Old rural sights : STILES
6. Tangoing number : TWO
7. Prepare to drag : REV
8. Rubber stamp : YESMAN
9. Played fast and loose with the facts : LIED
10. As soon as : ONCE
11. Boners : FOULUPS
12. Braid, to Brigitte : TRESSE
13. Simpson attorney? : TSRISTER
14. Nickname for a big dog : SHEP
15. Canal site : EAR
16. Quotation compiler's singer? : TLETTSITONE
17. Feeling : SENSATE
18. Benzocaine, for one : ESTER
24. This guy's a doll : KEN
25. "How Can We Be Lovers" singer : BOLTON
29. Favorite game of President Clinton : HEARTS
32. Nugatory : TRIVIAL
33. Tiff : RUNIN
36. Manner : MIEN
37. Beige hue : ECRU
38. Pair with a plow : TEAM
41. Bumbling : INEPT
42. Bound : ENSLAVED
44. Pants : SLACKS
46. Noted acting family's nobleman? : RYMORESON
47. Fandango accompaniment : GUITAR
50. Thalberg's studio : MGM
52. Hokkaido native : AINU
54. Phonetic contractions : SYNCOPES
55. Pens and needles : STYLI
57. Pronouncements : DICTA
59. Desktop pub. items : PCS
60. Match maker? : SET
63. Fish hawk : OSPREY
64. Warmongers rattle them : SABERS
65. Cleo's undoing : ASP
66. Useful article : THE
67. Hungarian composer's boat songs? : TOKSCAROLES
69. Chow : EATS
70. Senile ones : DOTARDS
73. The "K" of RKO : KEITH
76. Neighbor of Minn. : ONT
78. Transmitter : SENDER
80. Queen's county : SHIRE
81. Language maven Partridge : ERIC
82. Interest level : RATE
83. "___ a Woman" (Beatles tune) : SHES
85. Scottish playwright's haircutters? : RIESBERS
87. Silver category : SECOND
90. Like the gang, in song : ALLHERE
91. Stores : STASHES
93. Lawmaking locale : CAPITOL
95. Hercule's creator : AGATHA
97. Behind the line of scrimmage : ONSIDE
98. Power bikes : MOPEDS
99. Rather, informally : SORTA
102. Tabby's mate : TOM
104. On : ATOP
105. Maiden loved by Hercules : IOLE
106. Pueblo pot : OLLA
108. Dynamic introduction : AERO
109. Junket : TRIP
110. To be, to Brutus : ESSE
112. "Yo te ___" : AMO
114. Tofu base : SOY
115. Have markers out : OWE

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