IN SO MANY WORDS

New York Times, Sunday, June 8, 2003

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 74 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 107 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Massage target : SCALP
6. Not scripted : ADLIB
11. "The Lord of the Rings" and the like : SAGAS
16. Pince-___ : NEZ
19. Bright star in Perseus : ALGOL
20. Western director Sergio : LEONE
21. Disney dog : PLUTO
22. Part of a geisha's costume : OBI
23. Start of a quote by 59-Across : LANGUAGEISACITYTO
26. Sweets : HON
27. Fourth of July earful : SWEETCORN
28. Carlo's crowd? : TRE
29. Getting off : SENDING
31. Fool : ASS
32. It has banks in Switzerland : AARE
33. Top choices : ALIST
35. Overseas refusal : NYET
36. "Artaxerxes" composer : ARNE
37. Quote, part 2 : THEBUILDINGOF
41. France's Jeanne ___ : DARC
43. Paraguay and Uruguay : RIOS
44. Advantages : PROS
45. Sticky stuff : TAPE
46. Quote, part 3 : WHICHEVERY
49. See 52-Across : LOEB
50. A to Z : GAMUT
51. Wedding dance : HORA
52. With 49-Across, singer with the 1997 hit "I Do" : LISA
53. Till compartment : TENS
54. President who was once a labor leader : WALESA
55. Wister who wrote "The Virginian" : OWEN
56. "All in the Family" star : OCONNOR
58. Comics interjection : SOB
59. Poet born in 1803 : RALPHWALDOEMERSON
65. Ottoman governor : BEY
66. Uplifts, intellectually : EDIFIES
67. Quotable review : RAVE
70. Blunderbuss cleaner : RAMROD
74. Not slowing down a bit : SPRY
76. Feminist Wattleton : FAYE
77. Peace Garden State: Abbr. : NDAK
78. Blown winds : OBOES
79. Rare bills : TWOS
80. Quote, part 4 : HUMANBEING
82. Uncle ___ : BENS
83. Sticks on a table : CUES
84. Mozart masterpiece, to an opera buff : COSI
85. Diamond figures: Abbr. : ERAS
86. End of the quote : BROUGHTASTONE
89. Mule-drawn vehicle : DRAY
91. "Fish Magic" painter : KLEE
92. Pomme de ___ : TERRE
93. Feds : GMEN
94. Dig : GET
97. Museum with an Edward Hopper collection : WHITNEY
100. ___ Vito, Sicily : SAN
101. Author of "What Do You Say After You Say Hello?" : ERICBERNE
103. Vandal : HUN
104. Philosophy associated with 59-Across : TRANSCENDENTALISM
107. Columbia-associated record label : EMI
108. Greene of "Bonanza" : LORNE
109. Where barrels may be seen : RODEO
110. Shining : LITUP
111. Series opener? : ESS
112. Broke off : ENDED
113. 10-Down member : STARR
114. Performs eye surgery, maybe : LASES
1. Hot stuff : SALSA
2. Grabbers : CLAWS
3. David Copperfield's second wife : AGNES
4. Ticket choice : LOGE
5. "Parallel Lives" biographer : PLUTARCH
6. Politico from Tennessee : ALGORE
7. Fortune 500 company based in Moline, Ill. : DEERE
8. Butcher's cut : LOIN
9. Social connections : INS
10. 1960's invaders : BEATLES
11. Monitors covertly : SPIESUPON
12. Supermodel Carol : ALT
13. Stag party parties : GUYS
14. Goes to : ATTENDS
15. Woody's wife : SOONYI
16. Baseball rarity : NOHITGAME
17. Like ink, to Shakespeare : EBON
18. Tabasco's effect : ZING
24. Open ___ of worms : ACAN
25. First bed : CRIB
30. Kind of technician : DENTAL
33. Bridge call : AHOY
34. Rolling stock? : TIRES
36. Deep secrets : ARCANA
37. Balkan capital : TIRANA
38. Opposite of a smash : LOB
39. Sonata, e.g. : OPUS
40. Big cheese in Greece : FETA
41. Persian Gulf craft : DHOW
42. Broadcaster : AIRER
43. Plant again : RESOW
46. "Says ___?" : WHO
47. Made off (with) : ELOPED
48. Noted thermal bath locale : VICHY
49. Poet Jones a k a Amiri Baraka : LEROI
50. Talks for hours : GABS
53. Après-ski quaff : TODDY
54. Exacerbate : WORSEN
57. Padres and Cards, e.g. : NLERS
58. "I'm history!" : SEEYA
60. Wall St. deals : LBOS
61. Flow out : EFFUSE
62. Sight from Biscayne Bay : MIAMI
63. Cantankerous : ORNERY
64. Headliner at the '76 Olympics : NADIA
68. Moving vehicles : VANS
69. Ticker tape letters? : EKG
70. ___ Report (luxury magazine) : ROBB
71. But: Ger. : ABER
72. Beachwear on the Riviera : MONOKINIS
73. Upshot : RESULT
74. Hard work : SWEAT
75. Dostoyevsky novel, with "The" : POSSESSED
79. Boy who was king : TUT
80. Perfect : HONE
81. Head shot? : BEANBALL
83. Root for : CHEERON
84. Turns quickly : CORNERS
87. Not likely to bite : GENTLE
88. 7-Down product: Abbr. : TRAC
89. Key of Mozart's "Requiem" : DMINOR
90. Prefix with angular : RECT
93. Garson of "Mrs. Miniver" : GREER
94. Southern bowlful : GRITS
95. Come next : ENSUE
96. Old Paris newspaper, with "Le" : TEMPS
97. "This is fun!" : WHEE
98. Runs smoothly : HUMS
99. Railroad area : YARD
101. Icelandic epic : EDDA
102. Lamb's nom : ELIA
105. St. Louis-to-Peoria's dir. : NNE
106. "Hardly!" : NOT

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