SWAT TEAM

New York Times, Sunday, July 14, 1996

Author: J. Schmalzbach
Editor: Will Shortz
Jonathan Schmalzbach
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 80 Missing: {JK} This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Schmalzbach. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Supermarket section : MEATS
6. In re : ASTO
10. Emmy-winning actress Neuwirth : BEBE
14. Help for the memory-challenged : RECAP
19. Bulldog : YALIE
20. From the flock : LAIC
21. Seldom seen : RARE
22. Bypass : EVADE
23. Teacake : SCONE
24. Small whirlwind : DUSTDEVIL
26. Jerry Rice, e.g., informally : NINER
27. Kato's boss : THEGREENHORNET
29. Couch : SETTEE
30. Seat of Jackson County, Texas : EDNA
31. Stock option : PUT
32. Aristophanes play that caused a buzz : THEWASPS
34. "Baywatch" types : BLONDES
38. Because : FOR
39. "Awake, faire Muse," e.g. : ODE
40. Lay waste to : RAZE
41. Nursery rhyme start : LADYBUGLADYBUG
49. Excitedly active : ABOIL
51. Former First Lady : BESS
52. Revolutionary War hero : ALLEN
53. Cork's place : EIRE
54. ___Park, Calif. : MENLO
55. Produce an effect, as medicine : ACT
56. Ones involved in match play : PYROS
57. Dog's problem : MANGE
58. African monarchy : LESOTHO
60. Caron role : LILI
61. Offer : TENDER
62. Region of Nicaragua : MOSQUITOCOAST
66. Sculptured : GRAVEN
70. Brand : SEAR
71. Bulldozer, e.g. : CLEARER
75. Fanatical : RABID
76. Actress Adams et al. : MAUDS
78. 1959 Kingston Trio hit : MTA
79. Sirens : LURES
81. "___Shoes" (American spiritual) : IGOT
82. Time's 1977 Man of the Year : SADAT
83. Inquiry: Abbr. : QUES
84. Like some roofs : SLATE
85. 1939 tale of a tarnished Tinseltown, with "The" : DAYOFTHELOCUST
88. To be, to Henri : ETRE
89. Dory's need : OAR
90. Becoming slower, musically: Abbr. : RIT
91. Place to buy redeye : BARROOM
94. Nickname of Sophocles : ATTICBEE
99. Them: Fr. : EUX
100. Ramses I's successor : SETI
101. Early riser? : CROCUS
102. Tale of a butchered Piggy : LORDOFTHEFLIES
109. 1960-61 A.L. M.V.P. : MARIS
110. Item sacred to Athena : OLIVETREE
111. Liberated city of September 1944 : LILLE
112. First name in cosmetics : ESTEE
113. Nil___bonum : NISI
114. Occupational name endings : IERS
115. The "her" of "Leave Her to Heaven" : ELLEN
116. Ancient relic: Var. : SHERD
117. MTV target : TEEN
118. Copper : CENT
119. Silver, e.g. : STEED
1. Best-selling CD-ROM game : MYST
2. Per : EACH
3. Kind of root : ALOE
4. Glassy sound : TING
5. Hit the roof : SEERED
6. Pilgrim couple : ALDENS
7. Executive hotel offering : SAUNA
8. Mary Roberts Rinehart volume : TISH
9. Paper nautilus and others : OCTOPODS
10. English goose : BRENT
11. Sun shade : EAVE
12. Actress Ekland : BRITT
13. Member of a conger line? : EEL
14. Like some magazine subscriptions : RENEWED
15. Madonna movie role : EVITA
16. Jargons : CANTS
17. "___but dazzling darkness": Vaughan : ADEEP
18. 1996 loser to Netanyahu : PERES
25. London's___Lane : DRURY
28. Netherlands city : EDE
29. Detroit offering : SEDAN
33. See 36-Down : HOLES
34. Author Stoker : BRAM
35. Stereotype : LABEL
36. With 33-Down, polar phenomena : OZONE
37. Diamond and others : NEILS
38. Accelerated : FAST
41. Gaboriau detective : LECOQ
42. Texas home of the Bears : BAYLOR
43. Actress Lenore : ULRIC
44. Day-___ : GLO
45. Give birth on the farm : YEAN
46. Predicament : BIND
47. Impetus : URGE
48. One going in the right direction? : GEER
50. Came up quickly : LOOMED
51. Dickensian cries : BAHS
56. Falafel holders : PITAS
57. Lithium and others : METALS
59. Quite a load : TON
60. Mislead, or worse : LIEDTO
61. Literary monogram : TSE
63. Expected : USUAL
64. Jazz group, maybe : OCTET
65. "___the day!" (Shakespearean phrase) : ALAS
66. Part of a crossword : GRID
67. Music whose name means "color" : RAGA
68. "___Like That" (Bernstein/Sondheim song) : ABOY
69. One of the Corleones : VITO
72. Desk item : RULER
73. Sister of Clio : ERATO
74. 1930's-ish, e.g. : RETRO
76. Skier Phil : MAHRE
77. Orange drink : ADE
78. New wine : MUST
80. Strike one as : SEEM
82. Attempts : STABS
83. Hardly practical : QUIXOTIC
86. Intent : FOCUSED
87. Well-made product? : CRUDE
91. Bidding : BEHEST
92. Had a little lamb? : ATE
93. Loots : RIFLES
94. Tops : ACMES
95. Destroy : TRASH
96. Baker's offering : TORTE
97. Having greater reserve : ICIER
98. "Heartbreak House" heroine : ELLIE
99. North Carolina politician Sam : ERVIN
100. Adamantine : STERN
103. Seine tributary : OISE
104. Unfettered : FREE
105. Ice-cream truck song : LILT
106. "Winnie-___-Pu" : ILLE
107. C.S.A.'s Robert___ : ELEE
108. Computer command : SEND
110. N.Y. neighbor : ONT

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