CROSSWORDIES

New York Times, Sunday, June 25, 2000

Author: Cathy Millhauser
Editor: Will Shortz
Cathy Allis
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 82 Missing: {QXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 60 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Swiss Mrs., maybe : FRAU
5. Comparable to a wet hen : ASMAD
10. They're developed by rowing : PECS
14. Whip : BEST
18. O.K. Corral figher : EARP
19. Get a rise out of? : LEAVEN
21. Town on the Vire : STLO
22. Nestlé pet food brand : ALPO
23. 1983 movie cause of heartburn? : THEBIGCHILI
25. With 119-Across, country lunch customer of song? : THEFARMER
27. Ruhr industrial hub : ESSEN
28. Baldwin, Guinness, etc. : ALECS
30. Clinch : NAILDOWN
31. Sweet barbarian? : ATTILATHEHONEY
35. Bee's target on a flower : NECTARY
38. First name in architecture : EERO
39. Fleece : CLIP
43. System starter : ECO
44. "Ta-ta" : CIAO
46. MTV hosts : VJS
48. Whaler, for one : SEAMAN
50. Fast-food snack? : SHORTORDERCOOKIE
56. River connected by canal to the Volga : NEVA
57. Movie dog : TOTO
58. Vegetable fats : OLEOS
59. Weirdos : ODDBALLS
61. Greek penultimates : PSIS
65. Wayside stop : INN
66. Hindu melody pattern : RAGA
67. ___-com : DOT
68. Be a klutzy chef? : HAVEONEFOOTINTHEGRAVY
75. Globetrotters founder Saperstein : ABE
76. Past : OVER
77. Past : AGO
78. Peak of myth : OSSA
79. Do a kabob job : MARINATE
81. "Dilbert" creator Adams : SCOTT
83. Iona College player : GAEL
87. Jot : ATOM
88. Won't fit, as a sash? : DOESNTRINGABELLY
93. Place for Cicero : SENATE
95. Double header? : DUO
96. Early Irish assembly site : TARA
97. Certain win, for short : TKO
98. Explorer Bering was one : DANE
99. Gave the slip : LOST
102. Satirize : LAMPOON
104. Risk getting clawed? : PICKUPTHETABBY
110. Girlish : MAIDENLY
114. Strainer : SIEVE
115. Additional : OTHER
119. See 25-Across : INTHEDELI
121. Midwest native American on TV? : CHICAGOHOPI
124. "You Bet Your Life" sponsor De ___ : SOTO
125. Game-ending declaration : IWIN
126. TV's ___ Lee : KATHIE
127. Giant chemicals corporation : OLIN
128. Kind of leopard or goose : SNOW
129. Offshore : ASEA
130. Predilection : TASTE
131. Hourglass part : NECK
1. Luau, e.g. : FETE
2. Stands roars : RAHS
3. God seen on "Xena: Warrior Princess" : ARES
4. Cheery : UPBEAT
5. H.S. subject : ALG
6. Dry, in Versailles : SEC
7. Taj ___ : MAHAL
8. St. Teresa's home : AVILA
9. Cut : DELETE
10. L.A. sked abbr. : PST
11. People: Prefix : ETHNO
12. Drug-free : CLEAN
13. Swedish mezzo Anne ___ von Otter : SOFIE
14. Robert Burns was one : BARD
15. "Blondie" boy : ELMO
16. Gush : SPEW
17. Conflicted : TORN
20. Recess : NICHE
24. Solid : INTACT
26. One of the King Sisters of 40's music : ALYCE
29. Electronic control systems : SERVOS
32. Andrews Sisters, e.g. : TRIO
33. Month after Nisan : IYAR
34. Chain hotel, for short : HOJO
35. Layer's lair : NEST
36. Unoriginal reply : ECHO
37. Crotchety one : COOT
40. Actress Wood of "Diamonds Are Forever" : LANA
41. Mrs. Marcos : IMELDA
42. Conditioned reflex researcher : PAVLOV
45. Pope Urban II, originally : ODO
47. Culottelike garment : SKORT
48. Papyrus and such : SEDGES
49. Vile : NASTY
51. Weapon in the game Clue : ROPE
52. Film director Petri : ELIO
53. City near Mt. Rose ski area : RENO
54. Get ahold of : CONTACT
55. Gem State : IDAHO
60. They may be checked : BAGS
62. Presently : SOON
63. Trespass on : INVADE
64. Take care of : SEETO
68. Islamic militant group : HAMAS
69. Let up : ABATED
70. "Romeo and Juliet" setting : VERONA
71. Let out : FREED
72. Borodin title prince : IGOR
73. "Forget it, Little Red Hen!" : NOTI
74. Spread unchecked : RAGE
80. Somalian model-turned-actress : IMAN
81. Priers : SNOOPS
82. Part of amatol : TNT
84. Like Woody Herman's sax : ALTO
85. Town ENE of 53-Down : ELKO
86. Where the Rhone and the Saône meet : LYON
89. George Ade's "The Sultan of ___" : SULU
90. The Oscars, e.g. : GALA
91. Graceful galloper : ARAB
92. Cane material : BAMBOO
94. It may be made of buffalo skins : TEPEE
100. Cane, e.g. : STICK
101. It may be passed : THEHAT
103. Beast that Apollo slew : PYTHON
105. Forster subject : INDIA
106. Miss Marple finds them : CLEWS
107. Novelist ___ Tennant : KYLIE
108. 1996 Madonna role : EVITA
109. PC troubleshooters, for short : TECHS
110. Overlook : MISS
111. Presently : ANON
112. The Eagles' "Take ___ the Limit" : ITTO
113. Indian Ocean vessel : DHOW
116. Burrow : HOLE
117. Like "Star Wars" : EPIC
118. Place to go for a spin : RINK
120. "___ minute" : INA
122. Islet : AIT
123. "That's news to me!" : GEE

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