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New York Times, Sunday, August 17, 2003

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 79 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 111 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "I Loves You, Porgy" singer : BESS
5. How some stocks are sold : ATPAR
10. Rat-___ : ATAT
14. Intimate : BOSOM
19. From scratch : ANEW
20. Ready to read the riot act : IRATE
21. "A Treatise of Human Nature" writer : HUME
22. Mojave plant : AGAVE
23. Many a homestead spread : ACRE
24. Reservists : MILITIAMEN
26. Bank that may be created by the government : LEVEE
27. Radiance : SHEEN
29. Part of Florida : PENINSULA
30. Creepy looks : LEERS
31. Chant : INTONE
32. Where a newspaper index often appears : PAGETWO
33. "Married filing separately" on an I.R.S. form 1040 : LINETHREE
35. Lady of la maison: Abbr. : MME
36. Unconvincing : LAME
37. Annex : ELL
38. Actor Keach : STACY
39. Salt shaker? : SEA
40. No longer sharp : FADED
41. Have a canyonlike effect : REECHO
44. Gossips : YENTAS
46. Greek theaters : ODEA
47. "Bingo!" : RIGHT
50. Places with a bird's-eye view : ROOSTS
52. Miniseries segment : PARTFOUR
54. Rest : TAKEFIVE
57. "Thumbs up" response : AOK
59. Like some internships, in length : SIXWEEK
60. Howard ___, "Mayberry R.F.D." character : SPRAGUE
62. Packing : ARMED
64. Raipur raiment : SARI
65. "Evil Woman" grp. : ELO
68. With 69-Across, bygone phone message : MABELL
69. See 68-Across : CALLED
71. Cook's abbr. : TSP
72. Brown & Williamson brand : KOOL
74. Shows inconstancy : FLITS
75. Some opening night theatergoers : CRITICS
77. World Series finale : GAMESEVEN
79. Tempe inst. : ASU
80. Women's dress sizes : EIGHTEENS
81. Skittles : NINEPINS
85. Minnesota twin? : STPAUL
87. It may be balding : TREAD
89. Sculpture student's subj. : ANAT
90. Big name in book publishing since 1818 : HARPER
92. "My Eyes Have Seen" singer : ODETTA
96. "Veni ..." : ICAME
97. Hardly likely to streak : SHY
98. Certain 111-Downs : NEAPS
101. Discount rack abbr. : IRR
102. Repeated cry while waving a hand : MEME
103. High ball? : LOB
104. Entry in a spaceship log : STARDATE
105. Low visibility figure : ZEROFEET
107. Hits repeatedly : POUNDSON
108. It may arrive with attachments : EMAIL
110. One may be picky about these : LOTTERIES
112. Skater Hughes : SARAH
114. Style : GENRE
115. Fortuitous : INCIDENTAL
117. Cops and robbers, e.g. : GAME
118. Hollywood family : ALDAS
119. Lot : SCAD
120. Cold shoulder treatment? : STOLE
121. Egyptian solar deity : ATEN
122. Causes dissolution of cells : LYSES
123. Apportion, with "out" : METE
124. Wished : HOPED
125. Mouth, so to speak : SASS
1. Pastoral sounds : BAAS
2. "Big" one : ENCHILADA
3. One who sings to the balcony : SERENADER
4. Sugar-covered nuts, bonbons, etc. : SWEETMEATS
5. Ambition : AIM
6. Fall guy? : TRIPPER
7. Pub order : PALEALE
8. Like skin, after a facial : ATINGLE
9. Tighten one's laces, say : RETIE
10. Sounds of discoverers : AHAS
11. Kerfuffle : TUMULT
12. Title woman in a Joni Mitchell song : AMELIA
13. Holding of land : TENANCY
14. Call that may complete a full count : BALLTHREE
15. Curved molding : OGEE
16. Latecomer's plea : SAVEMEASEAT
17. Dominates : OVERMASTERS
18. 1980's attorney general : MEESE
25. Halved : INTWO
28. "Thanks, but don't bother" : NONEED
34. Observer : EYER
38. Soak : SOG
39. Tucks (away) : STOWS
40. Fashion plate : FOP
42. Fishing baskets : CREELS
43. R & B group with the 1991 #1 hit "I Like the Way" : HIFIVE
45. Carbon, to a lab worker: Abbr. : NOSIX
48. Zimbabwe's capital : HARARE
49. "Laugh-In" regular on old TV : TOMLIN
51. LP flaw : SKIP
53. Tea time, maybe : FOURPM
54. Small drum : TABLA
55. Discriminating person : AGEIST
56. Civilization, to Hesse : KULTUR
58. Ancient Brits: Var. : KELTS
61. W.W. II heroes: Abbr. : RAF
62. Bow (to) : ACCEDE
63. Agnus ___ : DEI
65. Ticker tapes? : EKGS
66. In an offensive way : LOATHSOMELY
67. Oktoberfest entertainers : OOMPAHBANDS
70. Big jet : DCNINE
73. 60's guru : LEARY
76. "Star Wars" and the like : SPACESAGAS
78. Old "You like it, it likes you" sloganeer : SEVENUP
80. Year that Augustus exiled Ovid : EIGHTAD
82. Juliet, to Romeo : INAMORATA
83. Cooperate with the feds, say : NAMENAMES
84. Québec map abbr. : STE
86. Make advances? : LEND
88. Aurora's counterpart : EOS
91. Corot painting style : REALISM
93. Connect with : TIEINTO
94. Place with a bird's-eye view : TREETOP
95. Picture show? : ARTSALE
96. Shuts up : IMPOUNDS
99. Right this minute : ATONCE
100. Garfield, for one : PETCAT
103. Kind of advice : LEGAL
104. Completely black, in a way : STARLESS
105. Focused (in on) : ZEROED
106. Word said with a slap : FRESH
109. "Dies ___" : IRAE
111. Beachcomber's concern : TIDE
113. ___ teeth : HENS
116. Outranked : LED

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