CABINETWORK

New York Times, Sunday, June 17, 2001

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 76 Missing: {JQ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 74 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Punt : SCOW
5. Lhasa ___ (dogs) : APSOS
10. Brooch : CLASP
15. Old ___ : FOGY
19. Wrapping weight : TARE
20. Father of English empiricism : LOCKE
21. Falcon's home : AERIE
22. It's almost pointless : EPEE
23. One who's always busy with appointments : INTERIORDESIGNER
26. Eastern holidays : TETS
27. Photographer's request : LOOKHERE
28. Pang : THROE
29. Heavy, Z-twist cotton : DENIM
30. It may be present : TENSE
31. Pleasurable pursuit : LABOROFLOVE
35. "Wheel of Fortune" request : ANA
36. "I'm listening" : TRYME
38. Hobby store purchase : KIT
39. Call-day connection : ITA
40. French income : RENTE
43. European in the news : SERB
46. In addition to : ASIDEFROM
49. ___ mater : DURA
50. The very latest : STATEOFTHEART
53. Diplomat born in Cape Town : EBAN
54. One way to stand : PAT
55. They may be hard to change : CNOTES
56. Where hops are dried : OAST
60. Cobb et al. : TYS
61. Record producer's work : MIX
62. Arthritis complaint : ACHE
63. Kind of magazine : GIRLIE
65. 1919 Pulitzer-winning autobiography, with "The" : EDUCATIONOFHENRYADAMS
71. Red : CERISE
72. Town in Bergen County, N.J. : LODI
73. Offshoot : ARM
74. Prefix with play or cast : MIS
75. "Scream" extra : TEEN
76. Excited answer to "Who wants dessert?" : IDOIDO
78. Jamaican pop : SKA
79. Security concern : MOLE
80. Mickey Mantle's nickname, with "the" : COMMERCECOMET
84. Day of the month : IDES
85. Stained-glass windows, in some old cathedrals : GOTHICART
88. July 1944 battle area : STLO
89. Trickles : OOZES
91. Mayo is part of it : ANO
92. Be late : LAG
93. Women's soccer star Michelle : AKERS
95. Date : SEE
96. Exercise may increase this : ENERGYLEVEL
102. Animal with a snout : TAPIR
107. Like ponies : MANED
109. Spinning : AREEL
110. Not settle : LITIGATE
112. Shebat follower : ADAR
113. Denial, maybe : DEFENSEMECHANISM
116. Romp : SAIL
117. Bothered : ATEAT
118. Big name in electronics : CASIO
119. Sicilian city : ENNA
120. Actor MacLachlan : KYLE
121. Sealy rival : SERTA
122. Lab work : TESTS
123. Knock off : STOP
1. Pink-legged wader : STILT
2. Polynesian's mode of travel : CANOE
3. "Loot" dramatist : ORTON
4. Quite a while : WEEKS
5. "___ of the Mind" (Shepard play) : ALIE
6. With no great success : POORLY
7. Verbally assails : SCREAMSAT
8. Green-lighted : OKD
9. Handle : SEETO
10. View from Giza : CAIRO
11. ___-mutton : LEGOF
12. Synthetic fiber : ARNEL
13. "Sprechen ___ Deutsch?" : SIE
14. A pop : PER
15. Big bash : FETE
16. Unroofed : OPENAIR
17. Discuss : GETINTO
18. Polite response : YESMAAM
24. Ashley's rival : RHETT
25. Amex unit: Abbr. : SHR
29. Intimidate : DETER
32. Kind of greens : BEET
33. Dust Bowl farmers : OKIES
34. Dali's life? : VIDA
37. Break : RESPITE
40. "Jungle Fever" actress : RUBYDEE
41. Takeout : ERASURE
42. One of the Bobbsey twins : NAN
44. ___ center : REC
45. Good faith : BONAFIDES
46. Words before ready or time : ATTHE
47. "Spin City" actor : SHEEN
48. Old Calif. training base : FTORD
49. Notice : DETECT
51. It might make a career in the city : TAXI
52. Marshal of fighting fame : FOCH
57. Like some desserts : ALAMODE
58. Like words : SIMILES
59. The "Working Girl" girl and others : TESSES
61. More, in Mérida : MAS
63. Elvis, at times : GYRATOR
64. "___ a Rock" : IAM
66. Saddle holder : CINCH
67. Like Wilbur Wright, to Orville : OLDER
68. Flemish painter Adam van ___ (teacher of Rubens) : NOORT
69. Lyrically written : ODIC
70. Libertine : RAKE
76. Persona : IMAGE
77. National Boss Day mo. : OCT
78. Kind of tobacco : SMOKELESS
79. See 100-Down : MIZ
81. Roaring drunk : OILED
82. Thom ___ shoes : MCAN
83. Royal Norwegian name : OLAV
85. Invention of World War I : GASMASK
86. Vitamin direction : ONEADAY
87. Clipper's target : TOENAIL
90. Site of ancient Roman ruins : OSTIA
94. Bring out : ELICIT
97. Olympian Johnson : RAFER
98. Matchless : GREAT
99. Gossip : YENTA
100. With 79-Down, a B'way hit : LES
101. Pick : ELECT
103. "Auntie Mame" character ___ Gooch : AGNES
104. True Value purchase : PAINT
105. "___ good!" : ITSNO
106. Plot over : REMAP
108. Della's creator : ERLE
111. Pres. Jefferson : THOS
113. They prosecute perps : DAS
114. When to take a Lille vacation? : ETE
115. Murray of Hollywood : MAE

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