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New York Times, Sunday, June 26, 1994

Author: Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Nicholson Joline
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 150, Blocks: 79 Missing: {JQWZ} This is puzzle # 66 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite

JimH notes: Symbols are used in the grid but the symbol names are spelled out in the answers below.
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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. One who pitches : ADMAN
6. Dickens's Defarge : MADAME
12. Like every other book page : ODDNUMBERED
18. Break off : CEASE
19. Kind of insurance program : MEDICARE
21. Makeshift abode : LEANTO
22. What egotists want to be : CENTERSOFATTENTION
24. "No" : DENIAL
25. Pennsylvania city : ERIE
26. Not his or hers : ITS
27. " ___Dream" ("Lohengrin" soliloquy) : ELSAS
29. Impenetrable : DENSE
30. Tooth layer : DENTINE
32. Kind of sack : SAD
34. "Steppenwolf" author : HESSE
36. Thinness : RARITY
38. Yawned : GAPED
41. Hero follower : ISM
44. Worldwide : GLOBAL
48. Actors' agents : TENPERCENTERS
50. Tibetan mountain people : SHERPA
53. Site of ancient Sheba : YEMEN
54. Blue expanse in France : MER
55. False handle : ALIAS
57. To have, in Le Havre : AVOIR
58. "Buddenbrooks" author : MANN
59. Comic's necessity : TIMING
61. Map abbr. : ALT
62. Fran Drescher TV role : NANNY
63. These are hardly modern art : PERIODPIECES
65. Bottom of the barrel : LEES
67. Hodgepodge : MESS
69. Protested grp. of the 60's : SSS
70. Kind of camera : REFLEX
72. Windsor, e.g. : CASTLE
74. Diane to Woody, often : COSTAR
77. Newswoman Magnus : EDIE
78. Alexander or Peter : TSAR
80. "Liberty" locale : SILVERDOLLAR
85. Bean, for one : ORSON
87. Stinker : RAT
89. Absolutely pristine : UNTROD
91. Settled, as a deal : ICED
92. Idi Amin, e.g. : UGANDAN
93. Corrigendum : ERROR
95. Actor Chaney : LON
96. Brazilian state : BAHIA
97. Fusilli and ziti : PASTAS
99. Confounds : NONPLUSSES
101. Kind of charge : FELONY
102. Tolkien forest giant : ENT
103. Preference : TASTE
105. Novelist Allende : ISABEL
107. O.K. : ROGER
110. Hospital workers, for short : RNS
111. Recovers : RALLIES
116. Snail's trail : SLIME
118. Grounds : CAUSE
122. Bluster : GAS
123. Peace Nobelist Myrdal : ALVA
124. One in a pool, perhaps : TYPIST
126. Big Apple landmark, informally : GRANDCENTRALSTATION
130. 1969 Indy winner : ANDRETTI
131. Places for studs : EARLOBES
132. Dairy Queen order : SHAKE
133. Serves with sauce? : SASSES
134. Nonexperts : LAYMEN
135. Wine-drinking occasion : SEDER
1. Heightened : ACCENTED
2. Name in lawn equipment : DEERE
3. Cheech of Cheech and Chong : MARIN
4. Advantage : ASSET
5. Classic opening : NEO
6. Sports team since 1962 : METS
7. Drink made from a packet : ADE
8. Racket : DIN
9. Not genuine : ACTED
10. Knightwear? : MAIL
11. Piccadilly Circus statue : EROS
12. Well-worn : OLD
13. Mr. of film : DEEDS
14. Folketing assemblers : DANES
15. Niblicks : NUMBERNINEIRONS
16. Olympic marks : ETAS
17. Charity : DOLE
19. Have significance : MATTER
20. Bambi's aunt : ENA
23. Newspaper edition : FINAL
28. "___Bop" (1984 hit) : SHE
31. Tabriz locale : IRAN
32. More than clean : STERILE
33. Novelist Rand : AYN
35. Publisher's staff for short : EDS
37. Gossip bit : ITEM
38. Hair-care article : GEL
39. Lover of Apollo : ARIA
40. Job follower : PSALMS
42. Interpretations : SPINS
43. St. ___River (Superior-Huron link) : MARYS
44. Jock's favorite school time : GYMPERIOD
45. Spring : LEAP
46. Former Dodge model : OMNI
47. Part of N.B. : BENE
49. Proportion : PERCENTAGE
51. Grimm fellow : HANSEL
52. "The Loco-Motion" singer Little ____ : EVA
54. Failed intention : MISFIRE
56. Fancy headgear : STETSON
59. Began, with "off" : TEED
60. Contiguous : NEXT
64. Actor Richard : CRENNA
66. Electronic reading : SCAN
68. Eased gently : SLID
71. Ascertains : LEARNS
73. Unaffected : ARTLESS
74. Two-door : COUPE
75. Club newsletter : ORGAN
76. Old Glory : STARSANDSTRIPES
79. Excess : SURPLUS
81. Medicine container : VIAL
82. Sonar blip : ECHO
83. Curb : REIN
84. Merchandising event : DOLLARDAY
86. Horse's bit : OAT
88. Pompano event : TROT
90. Sub ___ : ROSA
94. Murder___ : ONE
96. Campanile feature : BELL
98. Véronique, e.g.: Abbr. : STE
100. Zola's "The ___ of Father Mouret" : SIN
101. Luau : FEAST
104. Rainbow, for one : ARC
106. Joint Chiefs, e.g. : BRASS
108. Skips : OMITS
109. Beau ____ " : GESTE
110. Of late : RECENTLY
112. Shop fixture : LATHE
113. Ancient yarn : ILIAD
114. Call up : EVOKE
115. Less cracked : SANER
116. Spectators' spots : STANDS
117. Vega's constellation : LYRA
119. Antiquate : AGE
120. ___ Mountains : URAL
121. First name on the Supreme Court : SANDRA
122. Kind of plaid : GLEN
125. Third word of "America" : TIS
127. CD ___ : ROM
128. Actor Vigoda : ABE
129. Clod : ASS

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