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New York Times, Sunday, August 15, 1999

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 80 Missing: {Q} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 55 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Awestruck tourists, e.g. : GAPERS
7. Not more than : ATMOST
13. Not as quiet : BUSIER
19. Eyepiece : OCULAR
20. One hit : SHOOTEE
22. "Era la notte" opera : OTELLO
23. "Monday Night Football" scene at Texas Stadium? : FULLHOUSECHEERSDALLAS
26. Ernst contemporary : ARP
27. Nibble : NOSH
28. Understanding comments : OHS
29. Desert sight : DUNE
30. Send on : REFER
33. More than disquiet : DREAD
35. Difficulty : ADO
36. "...and ___ yours!" : SOS
37. "Jerry Springer" topic? : IVEGOTASECRETFAMILY
43. From the beginning, in music : DACAPO
45. Lifestyle : WAY
46. Yelling : DIN
47. Big Ten Conf. member : OSU
48. "The Addams Family" cousin : ITT
49. ___ acid : OLEIC
53. Enlightenment, in Zen : SATORI
55. Drop off, maybe : NAP
56. Alternative title for "My Three Sons"? : CHIPSFATHERKNOWSBEST
61. Gang leader of 70's-80's music : KOOL
62. Safire subject : USAGE
63. "The door's open" : ENTER
64. Loses it : SNAPS
67. Kind of cap : POLAR
70. Reprimands : SLAPS
73. For the full band, on a score : TUTTI
76. Mediterranean tourist destination : IBIZA
79. Bring (out) : TROT
81. Why "The Brady Bunch" girls do well on exams? : SISTERSGETSMARTCOACH
87. Rock's Bon Jovi : JON
88. Rumbled in the wee hours? : SNORED
89. Hard sell, maybe : SPIEL
90. Gulager of TV's "The Virginian" : CLU
91. Decide to leave, with "out" : OPT
92. Alley ___ : OOP
93. Kind of degree : NTH
95. Had space for : SEATED
97. Part of an action sequence on "N.Y.P.D. Blue"? : THEFUGITIVECOPSTAXI
104. Musical dir. : RIT
105. Hook shape : CEE
106. Toyota model : SUPRA
107. Training sites, for short : TECHS
110. Off-road transports: Abbr. : ATVS
112. Start of many California place names : SAN
113. Funny one : RIOT
114. Dig in : EAT
115. Effect of laryngitis on "The Nanny" star? : HEEHAWLAUGHINJEOPARDY
123. Deepest of the Finger Lakes : SENECA
124. Sea cow : MANATEE
125. Book that's not read much : MANUAL
126. Quick round of tennis : ONESET
127. Everett of "An Ideal Husband" : RUPERT
128. "Villette" novelist : BRONTE
1. Be a success in life : GOFAR
2. Find ___ for the common cold : ACURE
3. 1994 Best Original Screenplay winner : PULPFICTION
4. Room extension : ELL
5. Cheering word : RAH
6. Hit letters : SRO
7. Group : ASSORT
8. Hemingway setting : THESEA
9. Coffee orders : MOCHAS
10. Circus cry : OOH
11. Jeanne, e.g.: Abbr. : STE
12. Piece of pipe : TEE
13. Gym shapes : BODS
14. "Respect for Acting" author Hagen : UTA
15. Inhabitually : SELDOM
16. Ignes fatui : ILLUSIONS
17. Dash : ELAN
18. "Oliver Twist" girl : ROSE
21. Weather, in a way : ERODE
24. Nullify : UNDO
25. Discredited, as a theory : SHOTDOWN
31. Actress Bartok : EVA
32. Some used cars : REPOS
34. It glistens : DEW
35. Indo-___ : ARYAN
36. ___ Island, Fla. : SANIBEL
38. Driving passion? : GOLF
39. Hogshead : CASK
40. Many Guinness listings : FIRSTS
41. Future atty.'s challenge : LSAT
42. Western agreement? : YUP
43. Gumshoe : DICK
44. Friend of D'Artagnan : ATHOS
50. Lac contents : EAU
51. "___ Over" (1964 hit) : ITS
52. Bloke : CHAP
54. Water tester, maybe : TOE
57. Subdivision maps : PLATS
58. It's big in corporate management : EGO
59. Like old cigars, maybe : RELIT
60. Sister of Calliope : ERATO
65. Annoys : PUTSOUT
66. Court worker : STENOG
68. Muscles on 13-Down : ABS
69. Hoopsters' targets : RIMS
71. Rehearsal : PRACTICERUN
72. Architectural column support : SOCLE
74. Sweltering : TROPICAL
75. Frequent negotiator with the P.L.O. : ISR
77. Blast : ZAP
78. Jackie's O : ARI
80. Result of a failure : THUD
81. Campus figure : SOPH
82. Mediate : INTERVENE
83. Subject of wishful thinking? : GENIE
84. 1999 Ron Howard satire : EDTV
85. Consumer Reports report : TEST
86. Slippage preventer : CLEAT
87. Scribble (down) : JOT
94. Guys : HES
96. Fire : AXE
98. Angles : FISHES
99. Office break time, maybe : TENAM
100. Mineral named for a French physicist : CURITE
101. Judge, at work : OPINER
102. Draft proposal for a treaty : PROJET
103. Stuff : SATE
108. Charged : HADAT
109. Newspaper section : STYLE
110. Mr. Moto reaction : AHSO
111. 81-Down, often : TEEN
112. Thwack : SWAT
116. First-class : ACE
117. Old political alliance: Abbr. : UAR
118. Safari sight : GNU
119. Fortune : HAP
120. Executive Fed. agcy. : OMB
121. 38-Down benchmark : PAR
122. "Is that ___?" : ANO

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