LABOR DAZE

New York Times, Sunday, May 24, 1998

Author: Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Harvey Estes
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Nancy Salomon
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 74 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 33 for Mr. Estes. This is puzzle # 8 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Like some Swift writing : IRONIC
7. Gallery event : ARTSALE
14. "My Cup Runneth Over" singer, 1967 : EDAMES
20. Zane Grey classic : NEVADA
21. Blows the joint : BEATSIT
22. Egghead : SAVANT
23. Fence builder's job? : RAISETHESTAKES
25. Storied raider : APACHE
26. Writer Ferber : EDNA
27. Minds, with "to" : LISTENS
28. Green hole : CUP
29. Chinese dynasty when Jesus lived : HAN
30. Roots may need this : DYE
31. El ___ : CID
32. Bygone music genre : DISCO
35. Giving the once-over : EYING
37. Architect's job? : MAKEAGRANDENTRANCE
42. Winner's look : SMILE
44. Least bit of concern : HOOT
45. Pre-Columbian Peruvian : INCA
46. Strip : PEEL
47. Singer profiled in "Sweet Dreams" : CLINE
48. Unit of 97-Across : FOOT
49. Push to the limit : TAX
50. Ends of letters, briefly : PSS
51. Steeple musician's job? : RINGBELLFORSERVICE
57. "What Kind of Fool ___" : AMI
58. Authority, metaphorically : ROD
59. Like an empty ship at sea : EERIE
60. Judge's cry : ORDER
64. Ball park licensee : VENDOR
67. Fliers with narrow waists : WASPS
69. Cinch : ENSURE
70. Singed parts, usually : EDGES
71. Kind of drum : SNARE
73. Chaney, the Man of a Thousand Faces : LON
75. "Fancy that!" : GEE
76. Sculptor's job? : CHIPOFFTHEOLDBLOCK
82. ___-Magnon : CRO
84. Shoe color : TAN
85. Drive : URGE
86. Puts to flight : ROUTS
87. Runners' location : SLED
88. Rock projection : CRAG
90. It's fit to be tried : DEMO
91. Leaves : PARTS
92. Politician's job? : TAKETHEMONEYANDRUN
96. 1970 hit "Hitchin' ___" : ARIDE
97. Poet's concern : METER
98. It's not free of charge : ION
99. Natl. Popcorn Poppin' Month : OCT
102. Time div. : MIN
103. Main ingredient in a Monte Carlo : RYE
105. Like some pitches : SIDEARM
109. Tudor queen : MARY
110. Bear : ENDURE
112. Feather packer's job? : GETDOWNTOCASES
115. Sen. Gaylord ___, who originated Earth Day : NELSON
116. Make more precipitous : STEEPEN
117. ___ Park, N.Y. : TUXEDO
118. They're driven in droves : STEERS
119. Some TV spots : TEASERS
120. One with a light workload? : EDISON
1. Barbara Stanwyck film "Woman ___" : INRED
2. Word before "go" : READY
3. Just like ewe? : OVINE
4. Mercury org. : NASA
5. Chemical suffix : IDE
6. Stealthy : CATLIKE
7. Fortas and Lincoln : ABES
8. Cessation : REST
9. Poet laureate of 1692 : TATE
10. Maintain, as attention : STANDAT
11. Warmly welcomes, perhaps : ASKSIN
12. "Fairy tale" : LIE
13. Alien force, briefly : ETS
14. Isaac's eldest : ESAU
15. Decked out : DAPPER
16. Gardner of "The Snows of Kilimanjaro" : AVA
17. Automatons : MACHINES
18. Magnifies : ENHANCES
19. Manager of five straight World Series champions : STENGEL
24. Screen : HIDE
28. Like some lenses : CONCAVE
31. Best-selling author Carr : CALEB
33. Reagan prog. : SDI
34. Middle: Prefix : CENTRI
36. Chatterboxes : YAPPERS
37. Like some vases : MING
38. "Grab ___!" : AHOLD
39. Clinker : GOOF
40. Photo process : ROTO
41. Hack : TAXI
42. Covered with goo : SLIMED
43. Potential space colony activity : MINING
47. Want : CRAVE
48. Andy Capp's wife : FLO
52. Make muffs : ERR
53. VCR button : RESET
54. Kind of I.R.A. : SEP
55. Hosp. hot spots : ERS
56. Bamboozle : CON
61. Bench locale : DUGOUT
62. Builds : ERECTS
63. Offends olfactorily : REEKS
65. Put in plaintext : DECODED
66. City in Kyrgyzstan : OSH
67. Servicewoman, acronymically : WAF
68. "Speak!" response : ARF
69. Exterior lineman : END
71. "Puh-lease!" : SPAREME
72. Generic : NONAME
73. Access the Web : LOGON
74. Rousing cheer : OLE
77. Longing : ITCH
78. Long in politics : HUEY
79. Bombeck of "At Wit's End" : ERMA
80. Oscillograph inventor Karl : BRAUN
81. Forsaken : LORN
82. Mozart solo feature : CLARINET
83. Arouse again : REKINDLE
87. Pollen bearers : STAMENS
89. Snagged : GOT
90. Disrespects : DERIDES
91. Ballyhoo : PROMOTE
93. Guerrilla's campaign : TERROR
94. Lipton rival : NESTEA
95. Lowdown : DIRT
99. Spring locales : OASES
100. Belief : CREDO
101. One catching his opponent's ear? : TYSON
104. Longs : YENS
106. Blockhead : DOPE
107. Classical decorative object : EWER
108. Landers and others : ANNS
109. Start of something big : MAXI
111. Purpose : USE
112. Clock std. : GST
113. Time for les vacances : ETE
114. Something to chew on : CUD

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