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New York Times, Sunday, July 26, 1998

Author: Richard Silvestri
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Silvestri
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 72 Missing: {JKQXZ} This is puzzle # 73 for Mr. Silvestri. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Kaiser, once : CAR
4. "Die Fledermaus" maid : ADELA
9. Irritate : RASP
13. Slow movement : ADAGIO
19. Flap : ADO
20. Biological group : GENUS
21. Inner: Prefix : ENTO
22. Whalesucker : REMORA
23. Gong worn on the head? : TAMTAMOSHANTER
26. Plug for a cask : SPIGOT
27. Having the biggest lip? : SMARTEST
28. Set-tos : MELEES
30. In a bit : ANON
31. "Oh, I see" : AHA
32. Ran riot : RAGED
33. Beat : THROB
35. First note at the Moulin Rouge? : CANCANOPENER
40. Contest for Atalanta : FOOTRACE
43. Wheelhouse direction : ALEE
44. Check mates : STUBS
45. Strauss opera : SALOME
47. Cambodia's Lon ___ : NOL
48. Dallas icemen : STARS
50. Baja cheer : OLE
51. Birling surface : LOG
52. Pulitzer Prize category : DRAMA
54. Rug rat : TOT
55. Fast Chinese food? : CHOPCHOPSUEY
61. Biol. subject : ANAT
62. Ingle glowers : COALS
63. Diamond flaw? : ERROR
64. What you will : ESTATE
66. Clean : DETERGE
69. Downhill gold medalist of 1994 : MOE
70. Travelers' gear : VALISES
71. Rival of Billie Jean : EVONNE
72. Kind of skirt : ALINE
74. Author Puzo : MARIO
75. Women, slangily : FEMS
76. Off-limits craziness? : NONONONSENSE
79. Flight : LAM
82. ___ alia : INTER
84. Popular card game : UNO
85. Start of the fifth century : CDI
86. More than see : RAISE
88. "Rock 'N' Roll Is King" group : ELO
89. Prevents : ESTOPS
92. Having tears : MOIST
94. Skim along : FLIT
95. Crossword grid feature : SYMMETRY
97. Dog pedigree? : CHOWCHOWLINE
100. "Hernando's Hideaway," e.g. : TANGO
101. Go formal : DRESS
102. Auto of long ago : REO
103. It may be thrown into a pot : CHIT
104. They make connections : WIRERS
106. Nautical hanger-on : BARNACLE
111. Lit up : SOUSED
113. Farewell to balloting? : BYEBYEELECTION
115. Where Mark Twain is buried : ELMIRA
116. Director Riefenstahl : LENI
117. Backgammon piece : STONE
118. Fatima's spouse : ALI
119. Optimally : ATBEST
120. Hebrides tongue : ERSE
121. Bars : SHUTS
122. Vintage : OLD
1. Notable opening of 10/7/82 : CATS
2. Fall guy? : ADAM
3. Alitalia stop : ROMA
4. Hercule's creator : AGATHA
5. Humbles : DEMEANS
6. Chimp in space : ENOS
7. The hots : LUST
8. Olive relative : ASH
9. Weasel out : RENEGE
10. Buck features : ANTLERS
11. Mount : STEED
12. Go (over) : PORE
13. ___ Nova (music style) : ARS
14. Left : DEPARTED
15. Key of Mendelssohn's Symphony No. 3 : AMINOR
16. Disco fruit? : GOGOBANANAS
17. Press agent? : IRON
18. Meal starter : OAT
24. U.P.S. inquiry : TRACER
25. "It's ___ World" ('62 sitcom) : AMANS
29. Foil on the stage : STOOGE
32. Renaissance fiddle : REBEC
34. Opposite of heter- : HOM
35. Calculate astrologically : CAST
36. ___-relievo : ALTO
37. Straight : NEAT
38. "Becket" star : OTOOLE
39. Cheap magazines : PULPS
40. Ground meal : FLOUR
41. Partner, redundantly : COMATE
42. Delights : ELATES
46. To boot : ALSO
49. Show disdain for : SCORN
53. Tangent or secant : RATIO
56. "Adam's Rib" actress : HAGEN
57. Confine : HEMIN
58. Home of the Black Bears : ORONO
59. Exhibit vanity : PREEN
60. Millennium makeup : YEARS
62. Use a thurible : CENSE
65. Less upfront : SLIER
66. Flies in the face of : DEFIES
67. With nothing left over : EVENLY
68. Drummer's affliction? : TOMTOMTHUMB
70. Go "poof!" : VANISH
72. Tick off : ANNOY
73. Continuous-play tape : LOOP
74. Member of a corps : MEDIC
77. Best in the regatta : OUTROW
78. Garbage haulers : SCOWS
79. Caron role : LILI
80. Speller's phrase : ASIN
81. Allocate, with "out" : METE
83. Corrects the ledger : REENTERS
87. In good financial shape : AFLOAT
90. Brit. money : STG
91. Multiplex multitude : SCREENS
92. Sphagnous : MOSSY
93. Gullywasher : TORRENT
96. Henry James title character : MAISIE
98. The Love Bug, of Disney films : HERBIE
99. Señor on the Sullivan show : WENCES
101. Utility room item : DRYER
103. Revolver inventor : COLT
105. Suffix with collect : IBLE
106. 1976 Kiss hit : BETH
107. 1966 N.L. batting champ : ALOU
108. "So long!" : CIAO
109. Be a couch potato : LOLL
110. Arthurian lady : ENID
111. Where the buoys are : SEA
112. Not dis : DAT
114. Lombard Street feature : ESS

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