PEOPLE WITH UNLISTED NUMBERS

New York Times, Sunday, April 6, 2003

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 73 Missing: {JZ} This is puzzle # 62 for Mr. DiPietro.

JimH notes: This puzzle was never published in Across Lite format on the NYT website and it's available here for the first time. Clues shown here as ellipses (...) were simply omitted in the print version.

The first and last names of famous people are clues to consecutive answers.
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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Similarly overweight : ASFAT
6. General Mills cereal : TOTAL
11. Protected the king, in a way : CASTLED
18. Reagan-appointed justice : SCALIA
20. "Now that's sexy!" : OOLALA
21. Clothes holder : ARMOIRE
22. Predilections : TASTES
23. John Denver : TOILET
24. ... : NBATEAM
25. Paolo Veronese's field : ARTE
26. Be responsible for : SEETO
28. Cool, in slang : PHAT
30. "Friends" character : ROSS
31. Actor Robert of "The Sopranos" : ILER
32. Ancient city with remains near Aleppo : EBLA
33. Like ideal teeth : WHITEST
35. Blockhead : LUG
37. Cartoon canine : REN
38. Brilliant : STELLAR
40. Period ending January 6 : NOEL
41. Iron ___ : ORE
42. And the following: Lat. : ETSEQ
44. Rich Little : ROLLINGINIT
47. ... : WEE
48. Dark period for France : NUIT
50. Beach-going mil. craft : LST
51. Small herd of seals : POD
53. Girlfriends, in Guatemala : AMIGAS
56. Gave up, in a way : LOSTHOPE
61. Certain party attire : TOGAS
65. Tori Spelling : DONUTSHAPES
67. ... : CLASSWORK
69. October's stone : OPAL
70. Erode : EATAT
71. Noted choreographer of Baryshnikov : THARP
72. Wine characteristic : NOSE
73. Patty Duke : BUNFILLER
75. ... : MARYLANDFOE
77. They lack cutting edges : EPEES
78. People sometimes go to them : EXTREMES
80. "___ matter" : DOESNT
81. Run out of juice : DIE
83. Tube inits. : ADA
84. Paltry : MERE
85. Mountain sight : TOR
88. Beau Bridges : STEADYFLAME
94. ... : SPANS
98. Minimal order : ONE
99. Western state, slangily : CALI
100. Oft-repeated Beatles refrain : LETITBE
102. "___ no-o-o ..." : BUT
103. Tube inits. : MTV
104. "Three's Company" roommate : CHRISSY
106. Winged : ALAR
107. Catherine who was a queen : PARR
108. "___ Rebel" (Crystals song) : HESA
110. Be precarious, maybe : LEAN
111. With 1-Down, famed dancer : ADELE
112. NE Italian city : ESTE
113. Christian Slater : GENTILE
115. ... : ROOFER
117. 1955 Horse of the Year : NASHUA
119. Sainted 13th-century philosopher : AQUINAS
120. Mire : MORASS
121. Until the due date : TOTERM
122. Musical equipment : STEREOS
123. Initiate : SPARK
124. Valuable deposits : LODES
1. See 111-Across : ASTAIRE
2. Red Buttons : SCARLET
3. ... : FASTENS
4. Take in, in a way : ALTER
5. 20-20, e.g. : TIE
6. Nickname of N.F.L. legend Ed Jones : TOOTALL
7. Mishmash : OLIO
8. India's ___ Chess Academy : TAL
9. Hebrew alphabet starter : ALEPH
10. Plaster base : LATHING
11. Base hit? : CANTEEN
12. Financial speculator, for short : ARB
13. Hurt a little : SMART
14. Wizard visitor : TOTO
15. Waits patiently : LIESLOW
16. Disappearing act? : ERASURE
17. Like one side of an aisle: Abbr. : DEM
19. Plus : ASSET
20. Premiere of 1887 : OTELLO
27. Writer who's always seeing things? : EBERT
29. Yours, to Yvette : ATOI
33. Carpi : WRISTS
34. Cause for a correction : SLIP
36. Relative of "hmmm" : GEE
38. Play catcher, say : SQUAT
39. Ready : ALLSET
43. Overwhelmed : ENGULFED
45. Utmost : NTH
46. Small fry : TOTS
49. 1970's-80's court star Dan : ISSEL
52. In one's heart of hearts : DOWNDEEP
53. Hot-climate building material : ADOBE
54. Finish a task completely : MOPUP
55. Fatuous : INANE
56. Glove material : LATEX
57. Squiggles and such : OPART
58. Earthy pigment : OCHRE
59. Masques, e.g. : PLAYS
60. Certain estate owner : EARL
62. Blunders : GOOFS
63. Insurance fraud ploy, perhaps : ARSON
64. Kind of shooter : SKEET
66. In good health : HALE
68. Suit part : SPADE
71. Hot ___ : TAMALE
74. Fertility goddess : ISIS
75. Citrus-damaging insect : MEDFLY
76. Like the dragon Fafnir : NORSE
79. Part in the shining? : RAY
82. Make a permanent impression : ETCH
84. Music genre : METAL
85. Mix of movies : TOM
86. Not openly : ONTHEQT
87. Earnings : REVENUE
89. Like some seals : EARLESS
90. "That's ___!" : ALIE
91. Drops a bomb? : DISARMS
92. How business executives are often posed : ATADESK
93. Track competitors : MILERS
95. Chagrined : ABASHED
96. Foster Brooks : NURTURE
97. ... : STREAMS
101. Gen. Scowcroft : BRENT
104. "Hannah and Her Sisters" Oscar winner : CAINE
105. Pry : SNOOP
107. Sauce with olive oil : PESTO
109. Hurly-burly : STIR
111. Really out there : AFAR
113. Oomph : GAS
114. Charles G. Finney's "The Circus of Dr. ___" : LAO
116. ___ pro nobis : ORA
118. Juno rival : AOL

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