MAKING AMENDS

New York Times, Sunday, May 6, 2007

Author: Charles M. Deber
Editor: Will Shortz
Charles M. Deber
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 130, Blocks: 68 Missing: {QY} This is puzzle # 33 for Mr. Deber. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Tribe with a sun dance : CREES
6. Periods in contrast to global warming : ICEAGES
13. Cuff : SLAP
17. Rise and fall, as a ship : HEAVE
18. Team supporter's suction cup–mounted sign : FANWAVE
19. Regardful : AWARE
20. Where smart shoppers shop? : MENSAWEARDEPARTMENTS
23. Ad ___ : HOC
24. Lodges : INNS
25. Fake-out : RUSE
26. Short-order cook's aid : GRIDDLE
27. A person doing a duck walk grasps these : ANKLES
29. Site of Napoleon's invasion of 1798-1801 : CAIRO
31. Place for fish and ships : SEA
32. Tell : RAT
33. "___ me!" : WOEIS
34. Plight of an overcrowded orchestra? : THREEMENINATUBA
38. Cat, at times : SCRATCHER
40. Computer file name extension : EXE
41. Camera inits. : SLR
42. Kind of sch. : ELEM
43. Crew : ROWERS
46. Fit for dwelling : HABITABLE
51. Blushing : RED
52. Introduction to opera? : FIRSTAIDAKIT
54. Epitome of blackness : COAL
55. Oodles : PILES
57. Frustrated : FOILED
58. Gaynor of "South Pacific" : MITZI
59. Common origami creations : CRANES
61. Sought sanctuary, old-style : REFUGED
63. ___ "Inferno" : DANTES
64. Lilylike plant : HOSTA
65. Actress Shire and others : TALIAS
66. Insider talk : LINGO
67. Not exceeding : UPTO
68. Locale of Hoosier beaches? : INDIANAOCEAN
71. Bub : MAC
74. Leaving, slangily : BEATINGIT
76. Virus variety : STRAIN
77. "Essays of ___" : ELIA
78. Bow : ARC
79. "___ now!" : ACT
81. Yes-men, maybe? : ACCEPTERS
83. Bit of winter exercise? : AWALKINTHEPARKA
89. Italian librettist Gaetano ___ : ROSSI
90. Abbr. after many a military title : RET
91. Match : SEE
92. Annual announcement from 13-Down : NOBEL
93. "Drink to me only with thine eyes" poet : JONSON
94. Burmese gathering? : CATSHOW
97. "Ciao" : TATA
98. Carolina university : ELON
100. Dog with a tightly curled tail : PUG
101. Geraldo rehearses his show? : ARIVERARUNSTHROUGHIT
105. Much-counterfeited timepiece : ROLEX
106. More run-down : RATTIER
107. Traction provider : CLEAT
108. ___ empty stomach : ONAN
109. Mugs : KISSERS
110. Hopper of Hollywood : HEDDA
1. Dish for an Italian racing champ? : CHECKEREDPASTA
2. Stimpy's TV pal : REN
3. Most like a breeze : EASIEST
4. Dame Edith who was nominated for three Oscars : EVANS
5. In stitches : SEWN
6. "___ tree falls ..." : IFA
7. Stephen King's first novel : CARRIE
8. Last : ENDURE
9. "Far out!" : AWESOME
10. Show fixation, maybe : GAPE
11. Stowe girl : EVA
12. Composer Prokofiev : SERGEI
13. See 92-Across: Abbr. : SWED
14. French Bluebeard : LANDRU
15. Cultural/teaching facility : ARTLAB
16. Una ___ (old coin words) : PESETA
19. Calais confidant : AMI
20. Item on a chain, usually : MONOCLE
21. Steers clear of : ESCHEWS
22. Passage : TRANSIT
23. Nautical rope : HAWSER
28. Former Irish P.M. ___ Cosgrave : LIAM
30. Québec traffic sign : ARRET
31. Stole : SNEAKED
34. ___ hammer (Viking symbol) : THORS
35. Show slight relief, maybe : EXHALE
36. Computer key : ALT
37. Kind of paper : TRACING
39. Whoops : CRIES
44. Basket material : RAFFIA
45. Iowa and Missouri : SIOUANS
47. A club, e.g. : BID
48. Sandwich that can never be finished? : BOTTOMLESSPITA
49. Be a couch potato : LAZE
50. "___ Coming" (1969 hit) : ELIS
52. Tiny annoyance : FLEA
53. Gouges repeatedly : DIGSAT
56. Overall : INTOTAL
58. Jazz's Herbie : MANN
59. Thick-bodied fish : CHUB
60. Cowboy's aid : ROPE
61. Send out : RADIATE
62. Denver's ___ Gardens amusement park : ELITCH
63. Photographer Arbus : DIANE
65. "Star Trek: ___" : TNG
66. German camera : LEICA
68. Canine neighbor : INCISOR
69. Words often applied to 93-Across : ORARE
70. Hen, at times : CACKLER
72. Freshens : AIRSOUT
73. Cover : CASING
75. Bug : IRK
77. School named in the Public Schools Act of 1868 : ETON
80. Many urban dwellers : TENANTS
82. Like electrical plugs : PRONGED
83. Hall of Fame jockey Eddie : ARCARO
84. Become tiresome to : WEARON
85. Loser at the Battle of Châlons, A.D. 451 : ATTILA
86. Birthplace of Aaron Burr : NEWARK
87. "Happy Days" role : POTSIE
88. Lessener : ABATER
93. Eponymous physicist : JOULE
95. 1932 skiing gold medalist Utterström : SVEN
96. Bit of spelling? : HEX
97. King ___ tomb : TUTS
99. ___ Lomond : LOCH
102. Historic Heyerdahl craft : RAI
103. Prof.'s posting : HRS
104. Fooled : HAD

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