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New York Times, Sunday, May 18, 2003

Author: Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Nicholson Joline
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 74 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 102 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Shells and twists : PASTAS
7. Fund-raiser's target : FATCAT
13. Site of Simón Bolívar Airport : CARACAS
20. In : ATHOME
21. French satellite-launching rocket : ARIANE
22. Rigid : ADAMANT
23. What stool pigeons do? : SHOWANDTELLON
25. What blowhards lack : MODESTY
26. ___ up (in the bag) : SEWN
27. School appointment : DEAN
28. Skedaddles : GITS
30. Swell party : BASH
31. Article in a gazette : UNE
32. Enthusiastic drinker at an old English inn? : FLAGONWAVER
35. Patriots' grp. : AFC
38. Similar : PARALLEL
42. Completely : INTOTO
43. F.D.R.-era agcy. : NRA
44. Actress who was born Margaret Hyra : MEGRYAN
46. Meeting needs : AGENDAS
50. Movement including astrology and aromatherapy : NEWAGE
53. Cheesy snacks : NACHOS
58. Draw out : ELICIT
59. Novelist who wrote the screenplay for "Gunfight at the O.K. Corral" : URIS
60. Suffix with verb : OSE
62. Aborigine of northern Japan : AINU
63. Workers with green cards : LEGALS
64. "Thanks a ___!" : MIL
65. Bit part in "Law and Order"? : PERPWALKON
68. Maintain : AVER
69. Central Park's ___ Fountain : BETHESDA
71. Diminutive suffix : ULE
72. Discouraged : DETERRED
76. They may get into hot water : TEAS
77. Member of the Ivanhoe Chorale? : TENORSAXON
80. "Whoopee!" : YAY
81. "The English Patient" setting : SAHARA
83. Comment of betrayal : ETTU
84. Always, archaically : AYE
85. Spoonful, say : DOSE
86. Too : OVERLY
87. Was far from respectful : SASSED
89. George and Elizabeth : SAINTS
91. Haunt : POSSESS
93. Trattoria order : LASAGNA
96. Sellout : HIT
97. Seven-time N.L. batting champ : MUSIAL
102. Agreements : ENTENTES
106. Madras mister : SRI
107. French lottery ticket? : COUPONDETAT
110. Same old, same old : RUT
111. Author/critic John : LAHR
113. Seasonal song word : AULD
114. "The fix ___" : ISIN
116. Catalan-born Surrealist : MIRO
117. Opposite of charge : RETREAT
120. Chicken dish for Adm. Peary? : POLARICECAPON
123. Set apart : ISOLATE
124. Level : EVENED
125. Not level : ASLOPE
126. Signaled : DENOTED
127. Noted libertine : DESADE
128. Like some speakeasies : RAIDED
1. Skip : PASSUP
2. Parthenon figure : ATHENA
3. "Psycho" set : SHOWER
4. Out of ___ (away) : TOWN
5. Commercial suffix with roller : AMA
6. Dispatch : SEND
7. How flies are attracted to a Venus's flytrap : FATALLY
8. Padua's ___ Chapel, with a renowned Giotto fresco : ARENA
9. The Everly Brothers' "___ I Kissed You" : TIL
10. Water softener brand : CALGON
11. Consecrate : ANOINT
12. How "12" is expressed in Chinese : TENTWO
13. Engine part : CAM
14. Building material : ADOBE
15. Kind of screen : RADAR
16. Infamous Aldrich : AMES
17. What the Vegas winner took aboard the plane? : CASHANDCARRYON
18. Tunneler : ANT
19. Sloppy pen : STY
24. Put on hold : DEFER
29. Idled : SAT
33. Actress Gershon : GINA
34. Overseas broadcasting service: Abbr. : VOA
36. Delicate : FRAIL
37. Ensembles : CASTS
39. One of a Latin trio : AMAS
40. Turkey part : LEG
41. Bigger than med. : LGE
45. Once again : ANEW
47. Cold dessert : GELATO
48. Football team : ELEVEN
49. Big uranium exporter : NIGER
50. Unfeeling : NUMB
51. Great Lakes port : ERIE
52. Big cheese of basketball? : WILTTHESTILTON
54. Unfeeling : CALLOUS
55. Trail sight : HIKER
56. Plastic ___ Band : ONO
57. Easter, e.g. : SUNDAY
60. Chicago airport letters : ORD
61. Floods : SPATES
65. Big name in eyewear : PEARLE
66. Themes : ESSAYS
67. Some sisters : AUNTS
70. Attends, as a recital : HEARS
73. Devon river : EXE
74. See 115-Down : EAST
75. Colors : DYES
78. Letter from abroad : ETA
79. Tony-winning Thompson : SADA
81. Campus group, informally : SOPHS
82. To have, in Le Havre : AVOIR
85. Anthropologist Fossey : DIAN
88. Magazine with a palindromic name : ELLE
89. Friday, e.g.: Abbr. : SGT
90. "Gimme ___!" (part of a Duke cheer) : ANE
92. Laura Bush's alma mater: Abbr. : SMU
94. Vacation destination : SEASIDE
95. Caper : ANTIC
98. ___ notch : UPA
99. ___ up (like some jalopies) : SOUPED
100. Smitten : INLOVE
101. Boggles : ADDLES
103. Surveyor's equipment : TRIPOD
104. One Fodor's guide : EUROPE
105. Very high : STONED
107. I.R.S. target : CHEAT
108. Be on a soapbox : ORATE
109. Stale : TIRED
112. Author/poet Bates : ARLO
115. With 74-Down, part of Asia : NEAR
116. 49-Down neighbor : MALI
117. Free : RID
118. Computer attachment? : ESE
119. A Kennedy : TED
121. Santa ___ : ANA
122. Jeff Davis's cause: Abbr. : CSA

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