YOU CHAUVINIST PIG!

New York Times, Sunday, August 16, 1998

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 72 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 22 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Cough medicine ingredient : IPECAC
7. Time changes? : EDITS
12. Finishes : DOESIN
18. Rachmaninoff song, with "The" : LILACS
19. Earth threatener : METEOR
21. Attitudinize : POSTURE
22. Duck and dodge : SKIRTTHEISSUE
24. Not according to Hoyle : ILLEGAL
25. He played Bob in "La Bamba" : ESAI
26. Patois : ARGOT
27. Mexican restaurant entree : POLLO
29. Part of NATO: Abbr. : ATL
30. Coagulation protein : FIBRIN
32. Forgets one's lines, e.g. : CHOKES
34. Hunted : PREY
35. Marathoner's complaint : ACHE
38. Book end? : LET
39. Danielle Steel's "Message From ___" : NAM
40. Note in the B major scale : ASHARP
42. E'en if : THO
43. Warhol subject : TOMATOSOUP
46. Diner offering : OMELET
49. Receivers of children's "telephones" : TINCANS
51. Last word of the year, often : ONE
52. Beamed : LITUP
54. Wahoos of the A.C.C. : UVA
55. Logging-on requirement : USERID
56. Baseball V.I.P.'s : GMS
57. Mexican beans? : PESOS
58. "Abdul Abulbul ___" (1927 tune) : AMIR
59. Cry of pain : YIPE
60. Hard up : NEEDY
62. Fryolator fill : DEEPFAT
64. Place for padding or paddling : KNEE
65. Like clothes at the laundromat : SPINDRIED
68. Exert pressure (on) : LEAN
69. Béjart of ballet : MAURICE
71. Some are cheap : SEATS
72. First name in 60's rock : JIMI
73. Co-___ (appropriates) : OPTS
74. "Demian" author : HESSE
77. Fulfilled : MET
78. 1924 gold medal swimmer : EDERLE
81. Cager Longley : LUC
82. Without : MINUS
83. "Meet the Press" host Russert : TIM
84. Like punkies, vis-à-vis fleas : TEENIER
85. Kind of cuisine : ETHNIC
87. Excalibur, e.g. : BROADSWORD
90. Minnesota twins? : ENS
91. Actresses Eleniak and Alexander : ERIKAS
93. Maritime inits. : USS
94. Dutch piano center : EDE
95. Bone: Prefix : OSTE
96. Part of WATS : AREA
98. Charging need : CREDIT
100. Soprano Swarthout : GLADYS
102. Celtic Neptune : LER
103. Night: Prefix : NOCTI
104. Bounce : EJECT
106. Kind of radio : AMFM
109. Unoccupied : LEISURE
111. Animal of American folklore : BABETHEBLUEOX
115. Went wide of : AVOIDED
116. Drain blocker : SLUDGE
117. Very detailed : MINUTE
118. Lipton competitor : NESTEA
119. "See ya" : ADIOS
120. Spliced, so to speak : WEDDED
1. They, in Calais : ILS
2. Scafell ___ (highest point in England) : PIKE
3. "The Whiffenpoof Song" singers : ELIS
4. Wine order : CARAFE
5. When Macbeth slays Duncan : ACTII
6. Chicago hrs. : CST
7. Professor ___ : EMERITA
8. Vouchsafe : DEIGN
9. "Make ___!" (captain's order) : ITSO
10. Legal precedent : TESTCASE
11. Trifle : SOU
12. Controversial premiere of 1879, with "A" : DOLLSHOUSE
13. 1952 Winter Olympics site : OSLO
14. When Nancy is hot : ETE
15. Tchaikovsky dancers : SUGARPLUMFAIRIES
16. Hot : IRATE
17. Nice girl? : NELLY
20. Defaulter's worry : REPO
21. A lot : PILES
23. Women's groups : HAREMS
28. Giraffes' cousins : OKAPIS
31. One with light locks : BLONDE
33. WellCare, for one : HMO
34. Start to mature : PRE
35. One of the Near Islands : ATTU
36. XXX, in a way : CHIS
37. General Mills cereal : HONEYNUTCHEERIOS
39. Twaddle : NONSENSE
41. Gig gear : AMP
43. Asian capital of 2.6 million : TAIPEI
44. Best Supporting Actress of 1992 : TOMEI
45. Diminutive suffix : ULE
47. Lake of Geneva resort : EVIAN
48. Cutting : TART
50. Old yellers : CRIERS
53. Lincoln in-law : TODD
56. Econ. concern : GNP
57. Some royal tombs : PYRAMIDS
58. "2001" extras : APEMEN
61. W.W. II gen. : DDE
63. Skipped : ELIDED
64. Shot : KAPUT
65. Gone out with : SEEN
66. Agenda listing : ITEMS
67. Exaggerator's suffix : EST
69. Lawn wrecker : MOLE
70. "Crystal Silence" jazzman : CHICKCOREA
72. Booed : JEERED
75. Venn diagram representation : SUBSET
76. Georgia was one: Abbr. : SSR
79. Time to give up : LENT
80. Highlands tongue : ERSE
82. Year in Sylvester II's papacy : MII
83. Gustatory sensor : TASTEBUD
84. So far : TODATE
86. "We Do Our Part" org. : NRA
88. Non's opposite : OUI
89. Goes back on one's word : WELCHES
92. Curvilinear : ARCED
95. Royal fern : OSMUND
96. Poe's middle name : ALLAN
97. "Somewhere in Time" star : REEVE
99. Rights : DIBS
100. Beginning, in slang : GETGO
101. Clinton was one : YALIE
103. Uncovered : NUDE
105. Luke Skywalker, e.g. : JEDI
107. Family troubles : FEUD
108. Flyspeck : MOTE
110. Canine command : SIT
112. ___ mort (melancholy) : ALA
113. 325i or Z3 : BMW
114. Crossed (out) : XED

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