THAT IS EXTRA

New York Times, Sunday, June 3, 2001

Author: Bob Peoples and Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Peoples
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Nancy Salomon
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1.581521

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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 74 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Peoples. This is puzzle # 74 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Lawyerspeak and tech talk : ARGOTS
7. Stiff-upper-lip type : STOIC
12. Freed for a price : RANSOMED
20. Less binding : LOOSER
21. Pen : HUTCH
22. Natural healer : ALOEVERA
23. Response to "That's a good clarinetist"? : BUTISITARTIE
25. Evanesce : FADEAWAY
26. Pay (up) : ANTE
27. Keats's "unravish'd bride of quietness" : URN
28. Turns over, in a way : STARTS
30. Religious sectarian's sinister alter ego? : DARKSIDEOFTHEMOONIE
38. Kind of team : SWAT
39. Double header? : DUO
40. Two-time U.S. Open champ : ELS
41. Kind of point : FOCAL
43. One getting a cut: Abbr. : AGT
46. Keds competitor : AVIA
48. Hit the books hard : CRAM
50. Architecture with a point : AFRAME
51. Award-winning numbers person? : BOOKIEOFTHEMONTH
56. Counterfeiter catchers : TMEN
57. Remain : BIDE
58. Word that may precede itself : UNTO
59. Awards for Mamet : OBIES
60. Amerada ___ (petroleum giant) : HESS
61. Unable to get out : INDEEP
63. Letter run : RSTU
66. Has capacity for : STOWS
68. Setting of Mailer's "Ancient Evenings" : EGYPT
69. Finger in a fire? : HOTPINKIE
72. Like Lucy of "Peanuts" : BOSSY
76. Wrap choice : SARAN
78. Bit : IOTA
79. Not refined : GAUCHE
80. Spot alternative : FIDO
83. Doctor : ALTER
85. Pop music's TLC, e.g. : TRIO
88. Class for anglers? : TRIG
89. Pork purchase : LOIN
90. Halloween handout? : GOODIEFORNOTHING
94. Flight board phrase : ONTIME
96. "___ do you good" : ITLL
97. Utah's state flower : SEGO
98. Ed.'s pile : MSS
99. Neopagan practice : WICCA
100. Make a scene? : ACT
102. Yes, in Yokohama : HAI
104. Parts of window treatments : RODS
106. Play dirty against an N.H.L. newcomer? : CHECKTHEKINGSROOKIE
112. Like good (but not great) bonds : RATEDA
113. Fair-hiring letters : EEO
114. Part of ROM : ONLY
116. It's undefined : GRAYAREA
120. Ram's cap? : BUTTERBEANIE
125. Enduring symbol : MONUMENT
126. Voided : UNDID
127. Leans (on) : RELIES
128. Fellows may receive them : STIPENDS
129. Red-blooded : LUSTY
130. Founder of Scholasticism : ANSELM
1. Goya's "Duchess of ___" : ALBA
2. Like 100, but not 99 or 101 : ROUND
3. "___ go!" : GOTTA
4. Some willows : OSIERS
5. Your, to Yvette : TES
6. Indian honorific : SRI
7. Archaeological find : SHARD
8. Went sour : TURNED
9. Polo Grounds legend : OTT
10. Roll call response, in Rouen : ICI
11. Where the heart is : CHEST
12. Conductor Kubelik : RAFAEL
13. They may arouse you : ALARMS
14. Acknowledge, in a way : NODTO
15. Accompanies to the airport, say : SEESOFF
16. Fertility matters : OVA
17. Cry from a litter : MEW
18. Dash competitor : ERA
19. It breaks every morning : DAY
24. Harvard's is high : TUITION
29. Don's business : THEMOB
31. River in a Best Picture title : KWAI
32. Stockpile : SAVEUP
33. Word said with a grimace : OUCH
34. Front : FORE
35. How some interstates run : NORTHSOUTH
36. Start of Caesar's boast : ICAME
37. Furniture designer Charles : EAMES
42. Part of S.L.R. : LENS
43. "Steal This Book" writer Hoffman : ABBIE
44. In operation : GOING
45. Some like it hot : TODDY
47. 34-Down's opposite : AFT
49. Measure : AMOUNT
50. 103-Down, facetiously : AHSO
52. Has ready : KEEPSONICE
53. Wrong : TORT
54. Not yet final, in law : NISI
55. French bean? : TETE
62. Flight board abbr. : ETA
64. Party to a séance : SPIRIT
65. Córdoba kinsman : TIO
67. Ring org. : WBA
69. Circle overhead? : HALO
70. "I'm ___ you!" : ONTO
71. O.J.'s famous houseguest : KATO
73. Drop on a stage : SCRIM
74. Targets of some kicks : SHINS
75. People with safe jobs? : YEGGS
77. Go ballistic : RAGE
79. Kind of eyes : GOOGOO
80. Ebb's partner : FLOW
81. Charged, in a way : IONIC
82. Deep-six : DITCH
84. Ready to be typeset : EDITED
86. Monopoly quartet: Abbr. : RRS
87. Wrong : INERROR
91. Like some textbook publishers : ELHI
92. Custard concoction : FLAN
93. Fuss : TODO
95. Knotwork : MACRAME
100. Be there : ATTEND
101. Scam artists : CHEATS
103. Joke response : IGETIT
105. Drinks a toast : SKOALS
107. Tony-winning actress Ziemba : KAREN
108. Asian capital : KABUL
109. Poorly kept : SEEDY
110. Nonprotruding navel : INNIE
111. Saarinen the elder : ELIEL
115. Positive response to Aunt Polly : YESM
116. Ball club V.I.P.'s : GMS
117. Dry ___ : ROT
118. It may be dotted : ANI
119. "You betcha" : YUP
121. Burma's first P.M. : UNU
122. QBs' goals : TDS
123. Stage attire for Madonna : BRA
124. Velvet finish? : EEN

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