WHO SAID IT?

New York Times, Sunday, April 3, 2005

Author: Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Nicholson Joline
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 77 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 105 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Breaks : TAKESFIVE
10. Places for notes : PADS
14. All's partner : WARTS
19. Not a long shot, by a long shot : EVENMONEY
20. Rap sheet word : ALIAS
22. ___ Jackson, a k a Ice Cube : OSHEA
23. "If I had a little humility, I'd be perfect" : TEDTURNER
24. "I am the literary equivalent of a Big Mac and fries" : STEPHENKING
26. It's heard in the Highlands : ERSE
27. Beethoven work in E flat : SEPTET
29. Accord : ENTENTE
30. "___ Pagliaccio" : RIDI
34. New Jersey's ___ Bay : RARITAN
36. Sounds at the Simpsons' : DOHS
37. Million-selling Harry Connick Jr. album : SHE
40. All done : FINITO
43. Habituate : ENURE
44. "I have never been hurt by anything I didn't say" : CALVINCOOLIDGE
47. Zodiac symbol : ARCHER
53. Own : ADMIT
54. "___ Gold" : ULEES
55. Barbershop girl : ADELINE
56. Stops : DIES
57. Squeal : RAT
58. Ibsen's Gabler : HEDDA
62. Louisiana locale : DELTA
63. Fellini film, with "La" : STRADA
66. Henri, e.g. : NOM
68. "I guess it just proves that in America anyone can be president" : GERALDFORD
70. "Swan Lake" role : ODETTE
72. Drug : OPIATE
73. "I am a deeply superficial person" : ANDYWARHOL
77. Ida. neighbor : NEV
78. Pub servings : DRAFTS
83. Trowel wielder : MASON
84. Wetlands sights : REEDS
86. Classic opener : NEO
88. Latin singer Anthony : MARC
89. Deighton's "The ___ File" : IPCRESS
91. Praise : KUDOS
93. Fan : LOVER
94. "The English Patient" setting : DESERT
95. "I am beautiful, famous and gorgeous" : ANNAKOURNIKOVA
99. Womanizer : ROMEO
101. Capers : ANTICS
102. Letters for the dear departed : RIP
103. "The Purple Cow" rhyme scheme : ABAB
107. Points the finger at : ACCUSES
109. Name in fragrances : COTY
111. Cornmeal mush : POLENTA
113. Filament : THREAD
116. Ordnance component : AMMO
120. "Everything you see I owe to spaghetti" : SOPHIALOREN
122. "I respect a man who knows how to spell a word more than one way" : MARKTWAIN
126. One of the Coen brothers : ETHAN
127. Video game name : ATARI
128. Weave : INTERLACE
129. Film classic of 1953 : SHANE
130. "What ___?" : ELSE
131. Witches in "Macbeth," e.g. : SEERESSES
1. Louis XVI lost his : TETE
2. Maintain : AVER
3. 1917 shoe debut : KEDS
4. Stage direction : ENTER
5. Laura Bush's alma mater, for short : SMU
6. Pro : FOR
7. Room offerer : INN
8. Certain necklines : VEES
9. Lake ___, lowest point in Australia : EYRE
10. Italian staple : PASTA
11. No longer the same : ALTERED
12. Post-New Year's activity : DIETING
13. Dope : SAP
14. Stubborn person's word : WONT
15. Appealed : ASKED
16. Thick-skinned one : RHINO
17. New York City avenue : TENTH
18. Gurus : SAGES
21. Cut : SHEAR
25. Group of 112-Down : ENNEAD
28. Working stiff : PROLE
31. "___ ain't broke …" : IFIT
32. Clamor : DIN
33. Run up : INCUR
35. Calendar abbr. : TUE
37. A lot : SCADS
38. "I've ___!" : HADIT
39. Playwright Rice : ELMER
41. Gilbert and Sullivan title heroine : IOLANTHE
42. Like some confrontations : TOETOTOE
45. Border guard's request : VISA
46. Suffix with book : ISH
48. Comparatively embarrassed : REDDER
49. Staff symbol : CLEF
50. City whose name seems to consist of two opposites : HILO
51. ___'acte : ENTR
52. Scan : READ
55. High rating : AAAA
59. Painter Schiele : EGON
60. Trust in : DEPENDON
61. Expel : DRIVEOUT
64. Depressant : DOWNER
65. "Bleak House" girl : ADA
67. Blend : MELD
69. Inc. : LTD
71. Drops the ball : ERRS
73. During : AMID
74. Place to pick up kittens : NAPE
75. Mil. awards : DSCS
76. Time past, literarily : YORE
79. One way to run : AMOK
80. Present : FAVOR
81. ___ fountain : TREVI
82. Junk : SCRAP
85. Jamaican music : SKA
87. "Hamlet" courtier : OSRIC
90. Levels : STRATA
92. Decree : UKASE
93. Lean : LIST
95. Film cable inits. : AMC
96. Unbiased : NEUTRAL
97. Fridge raiders : NOSHERS
98. Staff sgt., e.g. : NCO
100. Florida city : OCALA
103. Places for altars : APSES
104. Carnival feature : BOOTH
105. First of a series : ALPHA
106. "The Quare Fellow" playwright : BEHAN
108. Cabdriver in "It's a Wonderful Life" : ERNIE
110. Two-masters : YAWLS
112. See 25-Down : NINE
114. Porthos and Athos, e.g. : AMIS
115. Great ___ : DANE
117. Peter who wrote "The Valachi Papers" : MAAS
118. Nursery rhyme trio : MICE
119. Low scores : ONES
121. Suffix with Capri : OTE
123. Motorist's info: Abbr. : RTE
124. Plop starter : KER
125. Un numero : TRE

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