KEEPING COMPANY

New York Times, Sunday, June 25, 2006

Author: Jim Page
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 80 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 91 for Mr. Page. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Day-___ : GLO
4. Hat trick trio : GOALS
9. Envelope opener : STEAM
14. Racket : DIN
17. Race : REV
18. Greenwich Village resident of a hit 1980's sitcom : ALLIE
19. Low clouds : STRATI
20. Ponte Vecchio's river : ARNO
21. Enzyme suffix : ASE
22. Pastel shade : LILAC
23. Jeweled pieces : TIARAS
24. Hand holder : MITT
25. "The Sound of Music" role : MARIAVONTRAPP
28. Channel bought by TV Guide in 1999 : PREVUE
30. Many new corp. hires : MBAS
31. Flock member : EWE
32. Stout relatives : ALES
33. Comparison shoppers : PRICERS
34. Capital of Pas-de-Calais : ARRAS
36. Lab vessel : VIAL
37. Prefight ritual : WEIGHIN
38. Fixing up a house in Britain : REMODELLING
42. See 7-Down : HANSEN
43. "No problems here" : IMEASY
44. Wear : SPORT
46. Not the most maneuverable ship : TUB
49. Endorse : BACK
53. Series of shocks? : MANE
54. Come across as : SEEM
55. Epoch 50 million years ago : EOCENE
58. Month after Shevat : ADAR
59. Toothpaste tube abbr. : ADA
60. They're out of reach : ACES
61. National flower of Mexico : DAHLIA
62. Home of golf's Blue Monster : DORAL
64. Asian country in which English is an official language : SINGAPORE
68. Puts (away) : SALTS
69. Clothed : ENDUED
71. Too smooth : OILY
72. 2002 champion at 62-Across : ELS
74. Da-dah, da-dah, da-dah, poetically speaking : FEET
75. Cocktail with 108-Down : MAITAI
76. Cold spot : POLE
77. ___ were : ASIT
78. Overthrows first, e.g. : ERRS
79. "Love is my ___ ?": Shak. : SIN
80. Lose badly : CHOKE
82. Lei Day greetings : ALOHAS
84. Become active : AWAKEN
87. Ones with guns put away : OFFDUTYCOPS
92. Shut (up) : CLAMMED
93. Heroic verse : EPOS
94. Bouncing off the walls : MANIC
95. Noisy censure : DECRIAL
96. In the past : OVER
97. Fox dialect : SAC
100. Dealer in futures? : SEER
101. Chemical "twin" : ISOMER
102. Former western English county : HEREFORDSHIRE
105. Prep exam, for short : PSAT
106. Capital city captured by Mussolini's forces in 1939 : TIRANA
109. Heads-up : ALERT
110. Edible South American tuber : OCA
111. Mark of a ruler : INCH
112. Toughens : INURES
113. Item often stored upside-down : CANOE
114. Pro ___ : TEM
115. "Ixnay" : NAH
116. Set, as a price : NAMED
117. Lady love? : TRAMP
118. Help-wanteds, e.g. : ADS
1. What this clue ain't got? : GRAMMAR
2. Former Buick : LESABRE
3. Kind of pitch : OVERARM
4. Inaugural ball, e.g. : GALA
5. It may be stuck in a bar : OLIVE
6. Sanction : ALLOW
7. With 42-Across, an NPR host : LIANE
8. Part that's broken off : SECT
9. Leaflet appendage : STIPEL
10. Tourist hazards : TRAPS
11. ___ candy (pop music) : EAR
12. ___ loss : ATA
13. Like some highly collectible paper money : MISPRINTED
14. Quick deposit receiver : DRIVEINTELLER
15. Successively : INTURN
16. Jottings : NOTES
19. Year-round camp : STALAG
20. Don of "Cocoon" : AMECHE
26. Golfer ___ Aoki : ISAO
27. Monsoonal : RAINY
29. Truck stop stoppers : RIGS
33. Tree in a Christmas song : PEAR
35. Reagan program inits. : SDI
36. It has two jaws : VISE
37. Maine radio station whose call letters spell a pronoun : WHOM
39. Rachel's baby on "Friends" : EMMA
40. Phoned-in info : LEADS
41. Tropical porch : LANAI
44. Like land not drained : SEEPY
45. Baja bread : PESO
47. One that makes one : UNITER
48. Wild things : BEASTS
49. Noted German spa : BADEMS
50. Hebrew title for God : ADONAI
51. Arizona football V.I.P. : CARDINALCOACH
52. Reuben ingredient : KRAUT
54. Musical exercise : SCALE
56. Intl. assn. created in 1948 : OAS
57. Make sore : CHAFE
60. Like a tightrope walker : AGILE
63. Herd hangout : LEA
65. Breakfast place : NOOK
66. Fix, as a golf green : RESOD
67. Root of diplomacy : ELIHU
70. "Laugh-In" host : DICKMARTIN
73. Yds. rushing, e.g. : STAT
76. Golf course feature : POND
77. Melmac alien et al. : ALFS
81. No-goodnik : HEEL
82. Up to, in poetry : AFORE
83. ___ orch. : SYM
85. Friendliness : WARMTH
86. Caen confidante : AMIE
87. "Lakmé" and "Lulu" : OPERAS
88. Alternative to plastic : CASH
89. The tiniest amount : ONEIOTA
90. Like some ears : PIERCED
91. Begs (for) : SCREAMS
92. Company that makes the Skyhawk : CESSNA
93. Smoothed : EVENED
95. Use, as one's savings : DIPIN
96. Tony-winning actor Denis : OHARE
97. Kind of panel : SOLAR
98. Combat zone : ARENA
99. Info holder : CDROM
103. Not fancy : FACT
104. One foot forward : STEP
107. ___ panic : INA
108. See 75-Across : RUM

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