LET FREEDOM RING

New York Times, Sunday, July 2, 2000

Author: Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Nicholson Joline
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 144, Blocks: 76 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 95 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Distiller's grain : MALT
5. Thus far : TODATE
11. Scratch : MAR
14. Friars Club emcees : WAGS
18. "Commander," in Arabic : AMIR
19. Loose dresses : ALINES
20. Starbuck's skipper : AHAB
22. Legal memo phrase : INRE
23. Arafat and Rabin, for two : NOBELLAUREATES
25. Offspring of 11-Down : BELLATLANTIC
27. "Dr. Zhivago" locale : URALS
28. Early afternoon time : ONETEN
30. Overturn : CAPSIZE
31. Least trained : RAWEST
33. Roman war goddess : BELLONA
34. Marker : CHIT
35. High roller's pocketful : WAD
36. G. & S.'s Lord High Everything ___ : ELSE
37. Done for : KAPUT
40. It's a knockout : ETHER
42. Singer Patti : LABELLE
43. Richard Wagner's second wife : COSIMA
44. Cybersearch result : HIT
45. They're full of dates : ERAS
46. Quads' sites : CAMPUSES
50. Big force in politics : LABOR
53. Part of A.P.R.: Abbr. : PCT
55. Gallic honeys : AMIES
56. Islet : CAY
58. Baby Ruth ingredient : CARAMEL
60. Ben Franklin proposal: Abbr. : DST
63. Bathtub murder victim : MARAT
64. Green Party V.I.P. : NADER
66. They help maintain balance : CEREBELLUMS
68. Sign : PLACARD
71. Beer-drinking consequence, maybe : POTBELLY
73. Woolgatherer's state : REVERIE
74. Pugnacious : BELLIGERENT
76. "How ___?" (question to a diner) : WASIT
78. Champion with a two-handed backhand : EVERT
79. "Get it?" : SEE
80. Honey : DEAREST
82. Xi preceders : NUS
84. Crisp breads : RUSKS
85. "Don't ___!" : ASK
86. "___ Gold" (Fonda film) : ULEES
88. Comtes, comtesses, etc. : NOBLESSE
90. Opening with dexterity : AMBI
93. ___-Bo (exercise system) : TAE
94. It's for the birds : AVIARY
96. Exigency : NEED
97. Like scofflaws : FINED
99. Canadian peninsula : GASPE
100. Crowd : CRAM
104. Blue Eagle org. : NRA
105. Where change is made : MINT
106. Girasol, e.g. : OPAL
108. Visit through primal therapy : RELIVE
110. Lithos : ARTWORK
112. Relief pictures? : CAMEOS
115. Carp : CAVIL
116. "I Puritani," for one : BELLINIOPERA
119. London flea market site : PORTOBELLOROAD
121. George and George W., e.g. : ELIS
122. Fido's dinner, maybe : ORTS
123. Melodic : ARIOSO
124. Der ___ (Adenauer) : ALTE
125. Peter's "A Shot in the Dark" co-star : ELKE
126. Ball girls? : BELLES
127. Vacillate : SEESAW
128. ___ up to (approached) : BELLIED
1. Organic farmer's need : MANURE
2. Unprincipled : AMORAL
3. Protection for the maligned : LIBELLAWS
4. Town in County Kerry : TRALEE
5. Pit stuff : TAR
6. Prefix with resin : OLEO
7. Naturalist Fossey : DIAN
8. Prewar : ANTEBELLUM
9. Pass on the sauce : TEETOTAL
10. Big Bertha's birthplace : ESSEN
11. Principal in a well-publicized breakup : MABELL
12. "Eureka!" : AHA
13. Toothed wheel : RATCHET
14. Takes the cake : WINS
15. Kind of protest : ANTIWAR
16. Cat in "Cats" : GRIZABELLA
17. Withdraws : SECEDES
21. Major's successor : BLAIR
24. Initials at sea : USS
26. Disposed : APT
29. Dundee denial : NAE
32. W.B.A. stats : TKOS
34. Mitterrand's successor : CHIRAC
38. "Wait ___!" : ASEC
39. Galileo, for one : PISAN
41. Marvel Comics hero : THOR
42. Warrant : LET
43. They need a good whipping : CUSTARDS
46. Name on a can : CAMPBELLS
47. Charlotte ___, Virgin Islands : AMALIE
48. Fata morgana : MIRAGE
49. "Shalom!" : PEACE
51. Film material : ACETATE
52. Pressing needs? : BARBELLS
53. Man in la famille : PERE
54. How a pun may be phrased : CLEVERLY
57. Pound sound : YAP
59. Maid's introduction? : MER
60. Grounds for divorce, in some states : DURESS
61. Brats' looks : SMIRKS
62. African scourge : TSETSE
65. Be a water witch : DOWSE
67. City near Seattle : BELLEVUE
69. Effluvium : REEK
70. Modern forensic tool : DNA
72. Passive principle : YIN
75. Kind of officer : TRUANT
77. Former Barbary State : TUNIS
81. Gen. Robt. ___ : ELEE
83. It's available in bars : SOAP
85. Back : AID
87. ___ Hill (Oyster Bay, N.Y., landmark) : SAGAMORE
89. Joel Chandler Harris title : BRER
90. Poe miss : ANNABELLEE
91. "Carnival" composer/ lyricist : MERRILL
92. Allen Ginsberg, e.g. : BEATNIK
93. "Peter Pan" role : TINKERBELL
95. TV colleague for Mary : VALERIE
97. Dempsey foe : FIRPO
98. Vet : DOC
100. Early TV clown : CLARABELL
101. Rue de ___ : RIVOLI
102. Handle props? : AVIATE
103. Put down one's hand : MELDED
105. Low : MOO
107. Half the "Monday, Monday" band : PAPAS
109. Author of "Il nome della rosa" : ECO
111. Smart-alecky : WISE
113. Platte River tribe : OTOS
114. 1998 N.L. M.V.P. : SOSA
117. 66, e.g.: Abbr. : RTE
118. Biblical rebuker : ASS
120. Roar : BELLOW

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