ROGET AND ME

New York Times, Sunday, June 13, 2004

Author: Richard Silvestri
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Silvestri
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 75 Missing: {KQ} This is puzzle # 123 for Mr. Silvestri. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. New Deal agcy. : CCC
4. Brit's exclamation : GOR
7. "Race Horses" artist : DEGAS
12. Home in the mountains : CHALET
18. Apple pie order? : ALAMODE
20. Be bombastic : ORATE
21. "My ___" (#1 hit for the Knack) : SHARONA
22. Thrift shop transactions : RESALES
23. Wave to : GREET
24. Folks : PARENTS
25. Immovable armada? : FASTFLEET
27. Abandons Congressional workers? : LEAVESPAGES
29. "Battle Cry" author : URIS
30. Temple figures : LAMAS
32. Pope's work : POEM
33. Suffix with press : URE
34. Football Hall-of-Famer Ford : LEN
35. Exhibition of lamps? : LIGHTFAIR
38. Sanction : BLESS
40. File : DOSSIER
44. Hugo, for one : AWARD
45. ___ Lanka : SRI
46. It may be dammed : POND
47. Like some milk : SPILT
48. Had an epiphany? : FEASTED
52. Send home, in a way : DEPORT
55. Works on the edge : WHETS
56. Grow : WAX
57. Braxton of song : TONI
58. Make up? : ELATE
59. Parti-colored : PIED
60. Bring out : EDUCE
62. "M*A*S*H" Emmy winner : SWIT
63. Suit material? : TORT
64. Level : RAZE
65. U.S. rocket with a name from Greek myth : ARES
66. Chop finely : HASH
67. River to the Seine : OISE
68. Where you might take a lorgnette : OPERA
70. Solomonlike : JUST
71. Mr. Television : BERLE
72. Hand-me-down : USED
73. Itch : YEN
74. Not present fairly : SLANT
76. Farm implement : SEEDER
77. Antares, e.g. : REDSTAR
79. 1962 hit with the repeated lyric "A little bit softer now" : SHOUT
80. Hard to believe : TALL
81. Have a bug : AIL
82. Bark back : STERN
83. "Ma Jolie" artist : PICASSO
86. Barely make headway : CRAWL
89. Sensible tax? : SOUNDTOLL
91. Lummox : APE
93. Rhyme time? : EEN
94. King or queen : CARD
95. Unkind response : SNEER
97. Poetic plaint : ALAS
98. Makes fun of laceworkers? : RAGSTATTERS
103. Dependable move for a gymnast? : SAFEVAULT
105. Quarantine : ISOLATE
106. 2003 Best Actress nominee Watts : NAOMI
108. Resistance to change : INERTIA
109. Gave comfort : SOLACED
110. Believe in : TRUST
111. Satanic disguise : SERPENT
112. Captivate : ENAMOR
113. Suit material : SERGE
114. Word of greeting : HEY
115. Joey ___ & the Starliters : DEE
1. Mom, dad, three kids and luggage, e.g. : CARFUL
2. Jumped over : CLEARED
3. W.W. II battle town of Italy : CASSINO
4. Play Pebble Beach, say : GOLF
5. Newbery Medal-winning author Scott ___ : ODELL
6. Twice-secured : RESEALED
7. Name holder : DOGTAG
8. Slip a cog : ERR
9. Certain Celt : GAEL
10. Suit to ___ : ATEE
11. Distinguish : SETAPART
12. Great divide : CHASM
13. Prop for a Marx brother : HARP
14. Compass : AREA
15. Chaise ___ : LONGUE
16. Records : ENTERS
17. Scottish drinking cups : TASSES
19. Photo studio supplies : MATS
21. "Inside the Third Reich" writer : SPEER
26. Palace resident : EMIR
28. Not binding : VOID
31. Like topiary : SHAPED
36. Nincompoop : TWIT
37. Two-faced : FALSE
38. Victoria's Secret purchase : BRA
39. Writes down the names of cads? : LISTSHEELS
41. Dirty tool? : SPOTTEDSAW
42. Annoyed : SORE
43. Acct. bonus : INT
45. Proverbial battlers : SEXES
47. Utter : SHEER
48. Diamond plane : FACET
49. Facing : TOWARD
50. Maroon : ENISLE
51. Flustered state : DITHER
52. Long way to go? : DETOUR
53. Kay Thompson character : ELOISE
54. Analyzed : PARSED
55. Wrinkle with age : WIZEN
56. Dish served with kraut : WURST
59. First anniversary gift : PAPER
61. Cow : DAUNT
64. Kind of treatment : ROYAL
69. Beyond the pale? : ASHEN
70. Pleasure trips : JAUNTS
71. Jazz's ___ Fleck and the Flecktones : BELA
75. Lady's man : LORD
76. Egg holder : SAC
78. Up to, briefly : TIL
79. Principal charges? : STUDENTS
80. Sushi bar offering : TILEFISH
82. Nature : SORT
83. Answer to a charge : PLEA
84. Paid respects to : SALUTED
85. Iridescent : OPALINE
86. Red shade : CERISE
87. Justification : REASON
88. Neighbor of Namibia : ANGOLA
89. Full : SATED
90. Kind of inspection : ONSITE
92. Will matter : ESTATE
94. Play (to) : CATER
96. Soprano Fleming : RENEE
97. Soc. Sec. supporter : AARP
99. Criticize severely : SLAM
100. Crunchy munchie : TACO
101. Reddish : RARE
102. Go bad : SOUR
104. So : VERY
107. "No ___" : MSG

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