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New York Times, Sunday, April 30, 2000

Author: Cathy Millhauser
Editor: Will Shortz
Cathy Allis
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 72 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 59 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Beer pasteurization pioneer : BUSCH
6. French husband : MARI
10. You can swear by him : JOVE
14. Lady of Portugal : DONA
18. An ice place to live : IGLOO
19. Spanish port : CADIZ
20. Pink-slipped : AXED
21. Periods divide them : ERAS
22. Madras dress that's taken up by hitches? : THUMBSARIDE
24. Gown that's lost in a Florida town? : VEROBEACH
26. Uprose : REBELLED
27. "Airplane" co-star Robert : HAYS
28. Tree in the Garden of the Hesperides : APPLE
29. Female TV role played only by males : LASSIE
31. Overeater's worry : BULGE
33. Not so taxing : EASIER
35. Worldwide workers' grp. : ILO
36. Famed Bruin's nickname : ESPO
38. Lexicographer Partridge : ERIC
40. Hassle : ANNOY
42. Buttoned garment that's central to a 1970 movie? : LOVESTORY
45. ___ School (early 20th-century art group) : ASHCAN
48. Son of Seth : ENOS
50. [Pardon] : AHEM
51. Wrap that's included with a landlord's sign? : ROOMSTOLET
53. Bird that's more than rare : DODO
54. Beloved, in "Rigoletto" : CARO
55. Detach, in a way : UNSNAP
56. Arabic for "reading" : KORAN
58. Take a chance : BET
59. "Ed Sullivan Show" mouse ___ Gigio : TOPO
61. Squeaked by : MADEDO
63. Cocked, as a hat : ATILT
65. Borden brand : ELMERS
68. Quaint footwear : GAITERS
70. Big, as a concerto goes : GROSSO
71. Pursuit : QUEST
72. Superlatively decided : SUREST
73. Ulster, e.g. : COAT
74. Frankfurter link? : UND
75. Brown shade : SEPIA
77. Large-scaled game fish : TARPON
80. Brokerage offerings, for short : IRAS
84. Money exchange fee : AGIO
86. Underthing that's part of a bleeped phrase? : VULGARTERM
88. Pulitzer writer Sheehan : NEIL
89. Spare : LEAN
90. "Bewitched" witch : ENDORA
91. Old costume that enters a contest like bingo? : LOTTOGAME
94. Animal's track : SPOOR
96. "Eye of ___, and toe of frog" : NEWT
98. Raspberry : JEER
99. Kirk bench : PEW
100. Finishes : ENDSUP
103. In harmony : ASONE
105. Trig calculations : SLOPES
107. "En ___!" : GARDE
109. Doesn't move : SITS
111. Adhesive : MUCILAGE
113. Waistband that's tucked in -- pity, that!? : ITSASHAME
115. Thong that's covered with flaws, among other things? : WARTSANDALL
118. Cane : FLOG
119. "Sleepy Time Gal" songwriter Raymond : EGAN
120. Befuddled : ATSEA
121. Strikes out : DELES
122. Perry Como's "___ Marie" : TINA
123. Hanger-on, maybe : PEST
124. Worked on a bed : HOED
125. Commencement : ONSET
1. Information unit : BIT
2. Rude review : UGH
3. Elides : SLURSOVER
4. Turns up : COMES
5. Avocations : HOBBIES
6. They were once promoted with the slogan "Ivory tips protect your lips" : MARLBOROS
7. Ta-ta : ADIEU
8. Enigma : RIDDLE
9. Final finish? : IZE
10. Cup at a diner : JAVA
11. Kind of daisy : OXEYE
12. Vice ___ : VERSA
13. Japan's capital, formerly : EDO
14. Intensified : DEEPENED
15. Protective cover that's found in an "Ave Maria" phrase? : ORAPRONOBIS
16. Table salt, symbolically : NACL
17. Governor for whom a North Carolina city is named : ASHE
19. Ariz. neighbor : CAL
23. Look at, in the Bible : SEEST
25. Barbara of "Mission: Impossible" : BAIN
27. Holdup : HEIST
29. Popular fragrance : LILAC
30. Honolulu's ___ Bowl : ALOHA
32. Old fashioned leggings are in -- try for the impossible!? : GRASPATSTRAWS
34. Man with a nice laugh : SANTA
37. Dirt : PORNO
39. It might ring your neck : CHOKER
41. Alpine refrains : YODELS
43. Plays it to the hilt : EMOTES
44. Hither's partner : YON
46. Oafs : CLODS
47. Dynamic prefix : AERO
49. ___ voce : SOTTO
52. Actress Van Doren : MAMIE
55. Raises : UPS
57. Former Japanese capital : NARA
60. Scraps : ORTS
62. Homme ___ (statesman) : DETAT
64. Water boy's task : TOTING
65. Part of E.O.E. : EQUAL
66. Fencing actions : LUNGES
67. Article on a baby that's snatched up by a news anchor? : MEDIAPERSON
68. Early trade union : GUILD
69. Ebro feeder : ARAGON
70. Geometry ending : GON
72. Made, as cotton candy : SPUN
73. French noble : COMTE
76. Tinker's target? : EVERS
78. Theologian's subj. : REL
79. Thrust : PROJECTED
81. Tries for a third trial : REAPPEALS
82. Pop singer Mann : AIMEE
83. A load : SLEWS
85. Iroquois Indian : ONONDAGA
87. Precincts : AREAS
92. Magnetic induction unit : TESLA
93. Big Florida destination : ORLANDO
95. Thomas Gray works : ODES
97. Marinara ingredient : TOMATO
101. Lexicographer's concern : USAGE
102. Gila Valley tribe : PIMAS
104. Doctor's cry : NURSE
106. City near Salt Lake City : OGDEN
107. Kind of wrap : GIFT
108. Husband of Gudrun : ATLI
110. Mobile home? : TENT
112. "There ___ tide..." : ISA
114. In the know : HEP
115. Baby's wail : WAH
116. Jeans brand : LEE
117. Mil. craft : LST

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