LONG I-LAND

New York Times, Sunday, May 4, 2003

Author: Tyler Hinman
Editor: Will Shortz
Tyler Hinman
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 82 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 9 for Mr. Hinman. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Interlocked : WOVEN
6. Place with TV screens: Abbr. : OTB
9. Mayberry boy : OPIE
13. Skeptic's target, for short : ESP
16. Click or clack : NOISE
17. Delusional one : PARANOIAC
20. Caused : LEDTO
22. Dismissive words to a wistful person? : WHATEVERYOUSIGH
24. Like some colonies : APIAN
25. He gave an eye for wisdom : ODIN
26. Racing's Unsers : ALS
27. Attempt at soup and a sandwich? : LUNCHTRY
29. "'Scuse me?" : BEGPARDON
33. Leading : PREMIER
35. "I ___ you one" : OWE
36. Mall retailer, with "The" : GAP
37. Classical meeting place : STOA
39. Photography equipment : STROBES
43. Kind of theory : PET
44. Campaign against drug use? : HITTHEHIGH
47. Concerning : ANENT
48. Tank contents : PROPANE
50. Let go : AXE
51. Attack : SETAT
54. Hwy. helpers : AAA
55. Mutton product : SUET
56. Powerful arm : UZI
57. On the way out : LAMEDUCK
59. Short fuse : TESTINESS
63. Gesturer : MIME
64. Major ending : ETTE
65. Not bright : SLOW
67. Chart showing amounts spent working extra hours? : OVERTIMEPIE
69. Get wrong : MISS
70. Game with car tokens : LIFE
71. Inlets : RIAS
72. Snorkeling locale : CORALREEF
74. One sticking his nose in things : ANTEATER
76. Not funny anymore : OLD
77. Data transmission rate : BAUD
79. Math degree : NTH
80. Targets of swats : PESTS
82. "Fresh Prince of Bel Air" co-star Tatyana ___ : ALI
83. African adventurer : STANLEY
86. Get ready : TEEUP
88. Be sympathetically nosy? : HOPEANDPRY
91. 24 horas : DIA
92. Fox's trait : SLYNESS
95. Undue : RASH
96. MIV halved : DII
97. Something to believe in : ISM
98. Some volcanic rocks : BASALTS
100. Accounting figure : NETASSETS
103. Hell's Kitchen product? : DEVILRYE
106. Record industry inits. : BMI
108. Went like the dickens : FLEW
109. Bond, for one : AGENT
110. Playoff boon for the 49ers? : SANFRANCISCOBYE
117. Huge, in slang : MONDO
118. Annually : ONCEAYEAR
119. Milk-Bone biscuit, e.g. : TREAT
120. Guinness suffix : EST
121. In the earth, now : SOWN
122. ___-Thérèse : STE
123. "Ciao" : SEEYA
1. Vane dir. : WNW
2. Stunned response : OOH
3. Through : VIA
4. Bar : ESTOP
5. "___ ride?" : NEEDA
6. When a team doesn't play : OPENDATE
7. Bluejacket : TAR
8. Scopes prosecutor : BRYAN
9. Burden : ONUS
10. +: Abbr. : POS
11. "Halloween ___" : III
12. Philly pro : EAGLE
13. Make shorter, say : EDIT
14. * : STAR
15. Pay (up) : PONY
18. Partner in a big 2001 merger : AOL
19. People to hang out with : CHUMS
20. Tear : LACERATE
21. "Sleepless in Seattle" writer/director : EPHRON
23. Like some olive oil : VIRGIN
28. It may be picked : NIT
29. Hale-___ comet : BOPP
30. Frequent still-life subjects : EWERS
31. Leave a neighborhood gym? : GETOUTOFTHEY
32. Go (for) : OPT
33. Dish eaten with the fingers : POI
34. Janitor's supply : RAGS
37. Violating Title IX provisions : SEXIST
38. French beverage : THE
40. Attractive casino item? : BEAUTIFULDIE
41. Passes : ENACTS
42. They may be high : STAKES
44. Jobs, metaphorically : HATS
45. Fraternity men, stereotypically : HAZERS
46. Rooftop feature, perhaps : HELIPAD
49. For kids : PEEWEE
52. Indian tongue : TAMIL
53. Arabian bigwig: Var. : AMEER
56. Find : UNEARTH
58. Abase : DEMEAN
60. Rich treat : TORTE
61. Prestigious institutions : IVIES
62. As written : SIC
63. Wand wielder : MERLIN
65. Italicizes : SLANTS
66. Horizontal door piece : LINTEL
68. Dough : MOOLAH
73. Modern marketplace : EBAY
75. Beseech : APPEALTO
78. Voltaire, religiously : DEIST
81. Color, so to speak : SORT
82. Two-time loser to 90-Down : AES
83. Person with a temper : SPITFIRE
84. Mettle testers : TRIALS
85. Dish that's often mashed : YAMS
87. Set free : UNBIND
89. Dance step : PAS
90. Two-time winner over 82-Down : DDE
93. Inits. on bygone maps : SSR
94. What the boss has : SAYSO
99. Counts (on) : LEANS
100. Cents figures in many prices : NINES
101. Divisions : SECTS
102. Bore witness (to) : SWORE
103. Actress Maggie Smith, e.g. : DAME
104. They might clash : EGOS
105. Scream for a while : VENT
106. Breakfast staple : BRAN
107. When to celebrate Armed Forces Day : MAY
111. Milit. figure : NCO
112. Description for the Marines : FEW
113. Cool ___ : CAT
114. Quaint get-together : BEE
115. "Huzzah!" : YAY
116. H : ETA

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