SYMPHONY IN G

New York Times, Sunday, July 1, 2001

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 72 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 133 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Acadia National Park locale : MAINE
6. Mystery writer Paretsky : SARA
10. More fitting : APTER
15. Stoolie : RAT
18. Actor Davis : OSSIE
19. Heal, in a way : KNIT
20. Like surfers paddling surfboards : PRONE
21. Three-time World Cup star : PELE
22. Black box on "The Addams Family"? : THINGPIECE
24. Identify fish by sonar? : PINGSALMON
26. Wind-borne pet : TOTO
27. Middle of a run? : LMNO
28. Laplander : SAMI
29. Track group? : TRAINS
30. What angry wasps might do to a room? : STINGUPTHEPLACE
34. Step before spin-dry : RINSE
35. "High Noon" wife ___ Kane : AMY
36. Farfetched : TALL
37. Tic-tac-toe plays : XSANDOS
39. It's trilling : WARBLE
43. "I've got it!" : AHA
45. O'Connor's successor as archbishop of New York : EGAN
46. A lot of Polynesia : ATOLLS
47. Checkers strategy? : GETTHEKINGSOUT
55. G's : THOUS
56. Trask twin in "East of Eden" : CAL
57. Give birth to : HAVE
58. Durbin of 30's-40's musicals : DEANNA
59. "I feel as old as yonder ___": "Finnegans Wake" : ELM
60. Fancy : WHIM
61. Altdorf's canton : URI
62. #1 song hit whose title is spelled out in the lyrics : RESPECT
63. Do follow-up? : REMI
65. Who carried artist Holbein to the party? : HANSBRINGER
68. Nickelodeon feature : SLOT
69. 1984 Jeff Bridges title role : STARMAN
71. Kind of rule : MOB
72. The heat : COPS
73. Diamond ___ : LIL
74. Candy brand : KITKAT
75. Go down : WANE
76. Org. with refunds : IRS
77. U.S. diplomat Silas : DEANE
79. Group of criminals doing figure eights? : ICESKATINGRING
82. Dress finisher : HEMMER
83. Send out : EMIT
84. Factor in life insurance premiums : AGE
85. Flag football teams : OCTADS
86. Gives a hand : DEALSIN
90. Library section: Abbr. : BIOG
93. Doo-wop song syllable : SHA
94. Marriage acquisition : INLAW
95. What adds class to Chinese porcelain? : THATTOUCHOFMING
103. Big scrap : FRACAS
105. "The Haj" author : URIS
106. Early skipper : NOAH
107. Switch add-on : EROO
108. Big KFC order? : FORTYWINGS
110. Esther Williams's choice? : SINGORSWIM
112. Neighbor of the Bumsteads : ELMO
113. Pot builders : ANTES
114. One way to go to a party : STAG
115. Oregon Trail city : BOISE
116. "The Body Snatcher" author's inits. : RLS
117. Jerome Hines, notably : BASSO
118. Big Apple inits. : NYNY
119. Private : INNER
1. Applesauce maker : MOTTS
2. Take ___ (try) : ASHOT
3. Biblical query : ISITI
4. Sturdy chiffon : NINON
5. Thoughts on paper?: Abbr. : EEG
6. Not covering much : SKIMPY
7. About : ANENT
8. Popular digital camera maker : RICOH
9. Fed on : ATE
10. Outrage : APPALL
11. First : PRIMAL
12. Real eye-opener : TONIC
13. Part of the U.K. : ENG
14. Catch one's breath : REST
15. Prompt : REMIND
16. King of Naples in "The Tempest" : ALONSO
17. Tightens (up) : TENSES
21. Everyday : PLAIN
23. Quetzalcoatl adornment : PLUMES
25. Sets up : ARRANGES
28. Spot for three men in a tub? : SPA
31. Has a lot of nerve : GALLS
32. Camus's "L'___ de siège" : ETAT
33. Vet : EXGI
38. Vermont Rep. Bernard ___, Congress's only Socialist : SANDERS
39. Fiberglass sports equipment : WATERSKI
40. Sporting? : ATHLETIC
41. School buddy, maybe : ROOMMATE
42. "Nel ___, dipinto ..." (1958 lyric) : BLU
43. "Come ___?" : AGAIN
44. Pilot : HELMSMAN
45. Stretch (out) : EKE
48. "Is Sex Necessary?" author : THURBER
49. "Daktari" actor Rhodes : HARI
50. Showing : EVINCING
51. Exhausts : SAPS
52. Priest, to Nash : ONELLAMA
53. Already existing, as a phrase : UNCOINED
54. Snitches : TATTLERS
56. "The Chinese Parrot" hero : CHAN
60. Last line in a riddle : WHATAMI
62. Weightlifters' lifts : REPS
64. Is vexing : IRKS
66. Big bell sound : BONG
67. Fill up : GORGE
70. Steps aside : MAKESWAY
75. 48-Down, e.g. : WIT
77. Joltless joe : DECAF
78. CPR pro : EMT
80. Pinkish yellow, e.g. : TINT
81. Globe plotter : IAGO
82. "Merry Christmas" preceder : HOHOHO
86. What one might beg to do : DIFFER
87. Start, in a way : ENROLL
88. Frightens : ALARMS
89. Milk: Prefix : LACTO
90. Pushes one's way : BARGES
91. "Yea, verily" : ITISSO
92. Sports score notations : OTS
93. Rough-napped : SHAGGY
96. Easter activities : HUNTS
97. Accord : UNITY
98. 1980's Schwarzenegger role : CONAN
99. Subatomic particle : MESON
100. Apollo 15 astronaut James ___ : IRWIN
101. Hubbub : NOISE
102. Pyle on TV : GOMER
104. Matey : SWAB
109. ___ manner of speaking : INA
110. Nine-digit ID : SSN
111. Hitter's stat : RBI

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