UNFINISHED WORKS

New York Times, Sunday, May 11, 2003

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 74 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 47 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
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1. Pink-slip : CAN
4. See 118-Across : ALTO
8. Twice cuatro : OCHO
12. Its user can't change it : DIAPER
18. Musician Brian : ENO
19. One in a line : SCION
20. Subject word : NOUN
21. Water nymph with a fatal kiss : UNDINE
22. Bygone greeting : AVE
23. Unfinished Henry James work about Gainsborough's "Blue Boy"? : THEPORTRAITOFALAD
26. Unfinished James Grady work about time-sharing? : SIXDAYSOFTHECONDO
28. Reflux : EBB
29. "Mr. Apollinax" poet : ELIOT
30. Late ___ : FEE
31. Ft. Myers-to-Daytona Beach dir. : NNE
32. Last letter in radio lingo : ZULU
33. Streaked : STRIATE
37. Heater : GAT
40. Talked a lot : NOISED
42. Unfinished Anthony Burgess work about a punctual primate? : ACLOCKWORKORANG
47. Unwarm welcome : HISS
50. Building material : STONE
51. Showroom display : MODELS
52. Suffix with bull or bear : ISH
55. Bon ___ : AMI
56. "Settle down!" : COOLIT
57. Put in stitches : SEW
58. Paddle, in a way : CANOE
60. Milanese mister : SIGNOR
62. Struck, old-style : SMIT
65. Hears : LEARNSOF
67. Unfinished Rudyard Kipling work about a future son-in-law? : THEMANWHOWOULDBEKIN
71. Rosh ___ : HASHANAH
72. Noted honey eater : POOH
73. Collected : REAPED
75. Soil : STAIN
76. Head, slangily : NOB
78. "The Big Chill" director : KASDAN
81. School of thought : ISM
82. Holiday in which to say "Chuc mung nam moi!" : TET
83. Commotion : CLAMOR
86. Ready to be played : TUNED
87. 1999 Ron Howard film : EDTV
88. Unfinished Ian Fleming work about James Bond's affection for his boss? : THESPYWHOLOVEDM
91. George Gershwin's first hit song : SWANEE
94. Like some hotels : SRO
95. Peasants' wear : BODICES
98. Result of a big break? : CAST
99. Cab fixtures : CBS
102. Subject of Variety ballyhoo : PIC
105. Round of four : SEMIS
107. Mythical monster : ORC
108. Unfinished Norman Mailer work about strip-searching narcotics smugglers? : THENAKEDANDTHEDEA
114. Unfinished Charles Darwin work about mints? : THEORIGINOFSPECIE
116. Adder relative : ASP
117. Gulf of ___, next to Hainan island : TONKIN
118. With 4-Across, part of Silicon Valley : PALO
119. Some reservations : ROOMS
120. Engine-cleaning brand : STP
121. Nonlearner, proverbially : OLDDOG
122. One assigned to a bomb? : STAR
123. Fantasy author McCaffrey : ANNE
124. Stable diet : HAY
1. Discontinue : CEASE
2. Forge things : ANVILS
3. Sartre play set in hell : NOEXIT
4. Sore : ACHY
5. Inventions : LIES
6. "___ the morning" : TOPO
7. Switch words : ONOFF
8. Busy : ONTHEGO
9. Geological sample : CORE
10. Blacklisting org. of the 50's : HUAC
11. Cheese steak topper : ONION
12. Like some ulcers : DUODENAL
13. Dope : INFO
14. Oklahoma county seat : ADA
15. Mushroom cap : PILEUS
16. Permit : ENABLE
17. Pink-flowered tree : REDBUD
19. Winter buildup, at times : STATIC
24. Trip choice: Abbr. : RTE
25. Viacom-owned cable channel : TNN
27. "Dumb" one and namesakes : DORAS
32. Go southwest to go south, say : ZIG
34. Defeatee : ALSORAN
35. Film dog : TOTO
36. Life sci. : ECOL
38. Hand waver? : ARM
39. Round ends? : TKOS
41. In the movies : ONSCREEN
43. Potato turnover : KNISH
44. Floor cleaner : WETMOP
45. Newbery-winning author Scott ___ : ODELL
46. Like Liz Taylor, many times : REWED
47. Eats : HAS
48. Mirror : IMITATE
49. Expresses boredom with : SIGHSAT
52. Flat : INSIPID
53. How urgent tasks should be done : SOONEST
54. Mag magnate : HEF
56. Texas Ranger foe : COMANCHE
59. "Dance On Little Girl" singer : ANKA
61. Beverage company formerly known as Chero-Cola : NEHI
63. ___ Jima : IWO
64. Became fond of : TOOKTO
66. Worn : ABRADED
68. Grannies : NANAS
69. Trounce : WHOMP
70. Trailing business? : UHAUL
71. Presidential inits. : HST
74. Lic. issuer : DMV
77. Restroom label : BOYS
79. Many an egotist : SNOB
80. "Whip It" band : DEVO
84. Sucking the life from : LEECHING
85. Presidential inits. : RWR
87. "And now ..." sayer : EMCEE
88. It may come with charges : TNT
89. Desire : HOPEFOR
90. Set pieces : DISHES
91. Soprano Renata : SCOTTO
92. Pittsburgh's ___ Museum : WARHOL
93. Climb : ASCEND
96. Colon substitute : EMDASH
97. Rest of the afternoon : SIESTA
100. Ask for : BEG
101. Impertinent ones : SNIPS
103. Recognizes, briefly : IDS
104. Best Director of 1934, '36 and '38 : CAPRA
106. Mawkish : SAPPY
108. The Police, e.g. : TRIO
109. Med. school class : ANAT
110. Kind of nut : KOLA
111. Luminous sign : NEON
112. Big name in pest control : DCON
113. Proctor's call : TIME
115. Green-lighted : OKD

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