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New York Times, Sunday, May 13, 2001

Author: Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Nicholson Joline
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 73 Missing: {JQWZ} This is puzzle # 97 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Critics' bestowals : ACCOLADES
10. Rock poet Smith : PATTI
15. Yeanlings : LAMBS
20. Never-ending story : SOAPOPERA
21. Causes for complaint : ACHES
22. Pole Position company : ATARI
23. Brunch offering : HAMOMELET
24. Place for graduation? : THERMOMETER
26. Holiday times abroad : ETES
27. Latin for 61-Down : SIC
28. Island where Homer was reputedly born : CHIOS
29. Some tributes : ROASTS
30. 1998 N.L. M.V.P. : SOSA
32. Carrere of "Wayne's World" : TIA
34. Suffix with morph : EME
35. Gloomy one : GUS
36. Diamond experts : UMPS
39. Warpath goers : BRAVES
41. Hippodromes : ARENAS
45. 1950 Cole Porter song : FROMTHISMOMENTON
50. Eastern honorific : AGA
51. Pop music's ___ Kim : LIL
52. Son-in-law of Muhammad : ALI
53. Old Eg./Syr. union : UAR
54. Ruling force in Afghanistan : TALIBAN
57. Bachelor in Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" : ALGERNON
60. Devoted feminist : SISTER
63. Be actorish : EMOTE
64. Revolver? : PLANET
65. Word of agreement : AMEN
67. One who's covered : HMOMEMBER
69. Ruckus : ADO
70. Bit : TAD
71. Londoner's local : PUB
72. Prefix with duct : OVI
73. One of a famed film family : GUMMOMARX
77. University city since 1343 : PISA
78. Not optional : NEEDED
82. Crazy as ___ : ALOON
83. 1966 Clavell best seller : TAIPAN
85. Comfort : REASSURE
87. Importune : ENTREAT
89. Bar order : RYE
90. Yukon maker, for short : GMC
91. Kid : RIB
92. Indochinese language : LAO
93. Wireless pioneer : GUGLIELMOMARCONI
99. Side in a 1999 war : SERBIA
102. Comes apart : RAVELS
103. In the year: Lat. : ANNO
104. Mil. training site : OCS
105. Santa ___ : ANA
106. Part of a pharaoh's headdress : ASP
108. Mann's "The Magic Mountain" locale : ALPS
111. Puts on : STAGES
114. Primary subject? : VOTES
116. Global positioning datum: Abbr. : LAT
119. Makeup person? : LIAR
121. Stomach soother: Var. : CAMOMILETEA
123. Japanese entertainment : SUMOMATCH
125. Japanese canine : AKITA
126. Transform : ALTER
127. Traveler's take-along : ITINERARY
128. Published again : RERAN
129. Austin Powers portrayer : MYERS
130. What an evil spirit does : POSSESSES
1. North Carolina county : ASHE
2. They may be checked ... in two senses : COATS
3. Literary sketch : CAMEO
4. Pogo, e.g. : OPOSSUM
5. Actor Herbert : LOM
6. Extras in the opening of "2001: A Space Odyssey" : APES
7. Corner store : DELI
8. Set up : ERECT
9. Was immobile : SAT
10. Route : PATH
11. Dropouts they're not : ACHIEVERS
12. Peck film of 1976 : THEOMEN
13. Least verbose : TERSEST
14. Suffix with Darwin : ISM
15. Repeated Hope/Crosby co-star : LAMOUR
16. Lolling : ATEASE
17. Gym equipment : MATS
18. Maverick of "Maverick" : BRET
19. Some British parliamentarians : SIRS
25. Princess Leia ___ of "Star Wars" : ORGANA
28. Lived it up : CAROUSED
31. 2 oz., e.g. : AMT
33. Fortran language developer : IBM
37. Long-running Broadway musical, familiarly : PHANTOM
38. Domed building : SILO
40. At full speed : AMAIN
42. High-muckety-muck : NABOB
43. See 56-Down : AGATE
44. More judicious : SANER
45. Hoo-ha : FLAP
46. Moon valley : RILL
47. One of Chekhov's Three Sisters : OLGA
48. Oscar winner of 1953 : SINATRA
49. Another, in Andalusia : OTRO
55. Actress Jane of "Frasier" : LEEVES
56. Playing marbles resembling a 43-Down : IMMIES
58. Charm : ENAMOR
59. Fixed up : REDONE
61. See 27-Across : THUS
62. War move : EMBARGO
66. Long garment : MAXI
68. Rainier, e.g. : MONACAN
71. ___ Park, Fla. : PINELLAS
73. Iona College athletes : GAELS
74. Arm supports : ULNAE
75. ___-mouth : MOTOR
76. North Pacific island : ATTU
77. Person on a check list? : PAYEE
79. Spanish peso : DURO
80. "Come Back to ___" (old song) : ERIN
81. Skater Thomas : DEBI
84. Sea raider : PRIVATEER
86. Austen novel : EMMA
88. Two-time U.S. Open champ : AGASSI
94. How bad news may be given : GRAVELY
95. Middle of a Michelangelo Antonioni film trilogy : LANOTTE
96. Work for eds. : MSS
97. Genetic letters : RNA
98. Some are clerical : COLLARS
100. The Athens of South America : BOGOTA
101. Summer cooler? : ICEMAN
107. Cartoon canine : PLUTO
109. They may be stuffed : PITAS
110. ___ bleu : SACRE
111. Uglify : SCAR
112. Receipts : TAKE
113. Commander, in Arabic : AMIR
115. Listeners : EARS
117. Porthos and Athos, e.g. : AMIS
118. Plenty : TONS
120. "Wide Sargasso Sea" author : RHYS
122. Hightail : LAM
123. Swill's opposite : SIP
124. English author and editor Arthur ___ : MEE

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