JOB DESCRIPTIONS

New York Times, Sunday, June 3, 2007

Author: Kelsey Blakley
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 136, Blocks: 69 Missing: {JQV} This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Blakley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Key of Beethoven's "Für Elise" : AMINOR
7. Some trigonometric ratios : SECANTS
14. Sarcastic comment of sympathy : BOOHOO
20. "Dr. Strangelove," e.g. : SATIRE
21. Parsnip, e.g. : TAPROOT
22. Bewitched : ENRAPT
23. Charles Schwab? : STOCKCHARACTER
25. Service group : TEASET
26. Cows : THREATENS
27. Vehicle on 30-Across : SLED
29. "This means business" look : GLARE
30. See 27-Across : SNOW
31. Annie Oakley? : SHOOTINGSTAR
34. Title girl in a 1962 Roy Orbison hit : LEAH
37. ___ voce (quietly) : SOTTO
40. Others, to Pedro : OTRAS
41. Assimilate : ABSORB
44. Southwest chips-and-chili snacks : FRITOPIES
46. Viking landing site : MARS
50. Leonardo da Vinci? : MASTEROFARTS
52. Like one end of a battery terminal : ANODAL
54. "We the Living" author Rand : AYN
55. Equine : HORSY
56. It has five pillars : ISLAM
60. Saffron's mom on "Ab Fab" : EDINA
61. "My dear lady" : MAAM
62. Place that's all abuzz : APIARY
63. Sordid : SEEDY
64. Sigmund Freud? : WIZARDOFID
69. Tiger Woods? : ACEOFCLUBS
71. Rectify : AMEND
72. Dish eaten with chopsticks : LOMEIN
74. "___ would seem" : SOIT
75. George Bush or Dick Cheney, once : YALIE
76. Continental boundary : URALS
77. Easter Island is a province of it : CHILE
79. It needs refining : ORE
82. Author/journalist Fallaci : ORIANA
84. Benjamin Franklin? : LIGHTNINGBUG
87. Illustrations: Abbr. : FIGS
88. Cutting humor : BARBEDWIT
92. "Lord Jim" star, 1965 : OTOOLE
93. Disney subsidiary : PIXAR
94. Gleans : REAPS
96. Contemptuous expression : LEER
97. Bill Gates? : COMPUTERICON
102. Seed cover : ARIL
105. Cartoon mermaid : ARIEL
106. Construction company : LEGO
107. Just make out : BARELYSEE
112. Bedtime for junior, maybe : NINEPM
114. Babe Ruth? : BALLPARKFIGURE
117. Country singer West : DOTTIE
118. Nutty : IDIOTIC
119. Stranded by winter weather, perhaps : ICEDIN
120. Initial stages : ONSETS
121. Sees about : TENDSTO
122. Zeus' domain, in myth : THESKY
1. Second: Abbr. : ASST
2. SAT section : MATH
3. "Like ___ not ..." : ITOR
4. Court encouragement : NICESHOT
5. Like Mork of "Mork & Mindy" : ORKAN
6. Front of a manuscript leaf : RECTO
7. Smith who won the 1972 Wimbledon : STAN
8. Stirrup sites : EARS
9. Cruncher of nos. : CPA
10. Pendulum's path : ARC
11. Wrong : NOTSO
12. Skater's leap : TOELOOP
13. Overlapping fugue motifs : STRETTI
14. See or call : BET
15. Where hens sit : ONEGGS
16. Grad school grillings : ORALS
17. Starts in on : HASAT
18. "Idomeneo," e.g. : OPERA
19. Ursine : bear :: lutrine : ___ : OTTER
24. Chops : HEWS
28. Awful : DIRE
31. Mix up : STIR
32. Tout's offering : HOTTIP
33. Pioneer org. : NASA
34. Eastern title : LAMA
35. Silent auction site : EBAY
36. Part of N.A.A.C.P.: Abbr. : ASSN
38. Wastes : OFFS
39. TV dinner holder : TRAY
42. Set after melting : REHARDEN
43. Panoramic : BROAD
45. Legendary Gaelic poet : OSSIAN
46. Classic flivver : MODELT
47. Something to bid : ADIEU
48. Billboard chart category : RANDB
49. Leaves rolling in the aisles : SLAYS
51. Faux gold : ORMOLU
53. Agnostic : NESCIENT
57. Ontario or Supérieur : LAC
58. "Chances ___" : ARE
59. Common muscle protein : MYOSIN
61. Pokémon and the Beatles, once : MANIAS
62. Nutritionist Davis : ADELLE
64. ___ the dinosaur (extinction) : WAYOF
65. Japanese porcelain : IMARI
66. 1983 Woody Allen mockumentary : ZELIG
67. Backing : FOR
68. The Monkees' "___ Believer" : IMA
70. Shakespearean compilation : FOLIO
73. San ___, Argentina : ISIDRO
77. Pet plant : CHIA
78. Web address lead-in : HTTP
79. Radio letter between Nan and Peter : OBOE
80. Three strikes and you're out, e.g. : RULE
81. Hungarian spa town : EGER
83. "This won't hurt ___" : ABIT
85. Tony-winning actress Verdon : GWEN
86. "Leave it to Beaver" catchphrase : GOLLYGEE
89. Skater's leap : AXEL
90. Welsh cheese dish : RAREBIT
91. Army outfit : BRIGADE
93. Sermon site : PULPIT
95. Cutty ___ (clipper ship) : SARK
97. "No prob!" : CANDO
98. Rigel's constellation : ORION
99. Breath fresheners : MINTS
100. Quarterback Rodney : PEETE
101. ___ Quinn, formerly of "S.N.L." : COLIN
103. Make like new : REFIT
104. Tchaikovsky's middle name : ILICH
107. Tempt : BAIT
108. Bowed, to a violist : ARCO
109. Root beer feature : SUDS
110. Estrada of "CHiPs" : ERIK
111. Start of a counting-out rhyme : EENY
113. Enero, e.g. : MES
115. Former name for Ben-Gurion Airport : LOD
116. N, E, S and W : PTS

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