ALL IN THE PAST

New York Times, Sunday, July 3, 2005

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 76 Missing: {FJZ} This is puzzle # 136 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Scandinavian royal : OLAV
5. Basilica area : APSE
9. Psychologist's study : AUTISM
15. Growler : CUR
18. If successful, they're laughed at : PUNCHLINES
21. 1970's White House name : TRICIA
22. Which card to pick, according to a magician : ANY
23. Films shown at dentists' conventions? : EXTRACTORTRAILERS
25. Bygone Ford : LTD
26. Handles : SEESTO
27. Captain Queeg's creator : WOUK
28. Unloose : TAUT
29. Make stuff up : LIE
30. Criteria: Abbr. : STDS
32. Shipper of Natalie's records abroad? : COLEEXPORTER
36. Common bonds : ANDS
40. See 17-Down : TRUCK
42. To be, to Henri : ETRE
43. "How obvious!" : DUH
44. Shalom : PEACE
46. Feel fluish : AIL
47. Comprehends : GETS
48. N.B.A. star who starred in "Kazaam" : ONEAL
51. Disposition of a regular sort of person? : EXLAXATTITUDE
54. Accessory for the Penguin, in "Batman" : MONOCLE
56. Allegro and vivace, e.g. : TEMPI
57. Bitter end? : NESS
58. Tyler of "Armageddon" : LIV
59. Court plea, for short : NOLO
60. ___ curiam (by the court) : PER
61. Waterfall feature : MIST
62. Buenos ___ : AIRES
64. Like an anode: Abbr. : POS
65. Painter who makes a fast substitution? : QUICKEXCHANGEARTIST
70. "The Santa Clause," for one : PUN
71. South Pacific carvings : TIKIS
72. Bullwinkle, e.g. : TOON
73. Muscle movement : TIC
74. Number two : AIDE
76. A few: Abbr. : SEV
77. "Fargo" director : COEN
78. Home cooker : AMANA
81. Forward thinker? : SEERESS
83. Commuter train eschewed by Dracula? : GARLICEXPRESS
87. Bacon bit : STRIP
88. Hollywood's Grant : CARY
89. "___-La-La" (1974 Al Green hit) : SHA
90. Seasons to be merry : YULES
91. Go downhill fast : SKI
92. Wilbur Post's horse : MRED
93. Union member : STATE
95. Dish eaten with a spork : SLAW
96. 1960's presidential candidate living overseas? : EXPATPAULSEN
100. Small fry : TADS
102. Born, in Bretagne : NEE
103. Posterior : HIND
104. Title mom in a comic strip : LOIS
106. Head home : GOBACK
111. Cape ___ : ANN
112. Pain caused by adding onto a house? : EXTENSIONHEADACHE
116. Snappy 60's dresser : MOD
117. Pungent sandwich slice : TILSIT
118. Angling gear? : PROTRACTOR
119. Powerbrokers : INS
120. Burn up : SEETHE
121. ___ milk : EWES
122. Carved : HEWN
1. Makes accessible, old-style : OPES
2. Sumptuous : LUXE
3. Chip on the table, maybe : ANTE
4. Some RCA products : VCRS
5. 19th-century author whose father founded a utopian community : ALCOTT
6. Band's place on Broadway : PIT
7. Sledder's protection : SNOWSUIT
8. Architect Saarinen : EERO
9. "Now ___ theater near you!" : ATA
10. Swiss canton : URI
11. Knights in competition : TILTERS
12. Winter chipper : ICEAXE
13. Breakfast table staple: Var. : SIRUP
14. Tusked animal : MASTODON
15. "Get help!" : CALLTHECOPS
16. Loose : UNTIE
17. With 40-Across, a popular rental : RYDER
19. Boaters and such : HATS
20. Baffled : STUCK
24. "Top Hat" film studio : RKO
31. "Phooey!" : DRAT
33. West Yorkshire city : LEEDS
34. Kitchen addition : ETTE
35. Kind of sentence : RUNON
36. Copy : APE
37. Barber shop call : NEXT
38. Rustic locale : DALE
39. Shrimp ___ : SCAMPI
41. Intense teaching programs : CLINICS
45. Anticipate : EXPECT
47. Taste-related : GUSTATORY
49. Prorate : ALLOT
50. Late July babies : LEOS
52. Oscar night greeting : AIRKISS
53. Radio host John : TESH
54. Sorvino of "Mighty Aphrodite" : MIRA
55. Go heavy on the levy : OVERTAX
58. Legal safety net : LIEN
61. 1014, in history : MXIV
62. One struggling : AGONIST
63. Half of a cartoon pair : STIMPY
65. Angry teacher's cry : QUIET
66. Is frugal : UNDERSPENDS
67. Barely earns, with "out" : EKES
68. Song by candlelight : NOEL
69. In myth he flew too close to the sun : ICARUS
70. Not fail : PASS
75. Eleniak of "Baywatch" : ERIKA
77. Deck units : CARDS
79. Dickens heroine : NELL
80. Off the coast : ASEA
82. Campaign smears : EPITHETS
83. Food critic Greene : GAEL
84. British afternoon TV fare : CHATSHOW
85. ___ lot (gorge) : EATA
86. Brisbane-to-Sydney dir. : SSW
88. Least refined : CRUDEST
92. Sleeveless cape : MANTLE
93. Buttinsky : SNOOP
94. Whodunit awards : EDGARS
96. As a friend, to François : ENAMI
97. Element #54 : XENON
98. Tinker Bell, for one : PIXIE
99. ___ Lilly & Co. : ELI
101. Bubbly drink : SODA
105. About : INRE
107. "Sheep May Safely Graze" composer : BACH
108. Entr'___ : ACTE
109. Vittles : CHOW
110. "Show Boat" composer : KERN
113. Research org. : NIH
114. Montreal street sign abbr. : STE
115. Berlioz's "Nuit d'___" : ETE

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