HEARD AT THE BAR

New York Times, Sunday, August 26, 2001

Author: Richard Silvestri
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Silvestri
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 77 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 104 for Mr. Silvestri. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Finished, as doughnuts : FROSTED
8. Latin step : SAMBA
13. Justice Ginsburg's maiden name : BADER
18. What a car may be put into : REVERSE
19. Expresses, maybe : TRAINS
21. Dress styles : ALINES
23. Echo : ITERATE
24. Rank : ROTTEN
25. Play the flute : TOOTLE
26. Prison party? : STRIPEDBASH
28. Where golfers slam-dance? : MOSHGREEN
30. Systems of rules : CODES
31. Took the cake? : ATE
32. Tony-winning actor of 1962 and 1990 : MORSE
33. Rebellious Turner : NAT
34. Lennon's in-laws : ONOS
35. Lively circle? : HORA
37. Foes of Fortinbras, in Shakespeare : DANES
38. Ad ___ per aspera (Kansas' motto) : ASTRA
40. Overcharge : SOAK
41. Was in misery : AILED
42. Eucharistic plate : PATEN
43. Bundle : PACKET
46. Jewelry designer Peretti : ELSA
47. Henry's sixth : PARR
48. Street of mystery : DELLA
49. Protection against rustling? : SWISHGUARD
53. Culmination : ACME
57. Feel empathy : RELATE
59. "Here ___ Again" (1987 #1 hit) : IGO
60. "Touch me with noble ___": King Lear : ANGER
61. Chelsea Hospital architect : WREN
62. Lover of Aphrodite : ARES
63. Diet breaker, maybe : NOSH
65. Piece of evidence in a trial : TAPE
66. Kerouac or Burroughs : BEAT
67. Approaching : NIGH
68. Drives a getaway car for, e.g. : ABETS
70. Prefix with chloride : TRI
71. Actor Everett of "Citizen Kane" : SLOANE
73. Lollapalooza : ONER
74. Netting on all sides? : MESHAROUND
77. Methyl methacrylate, e.g. : ESTER
78. ___-doke : OKEY
80. It might follow "one, two, three" : HIKE
81. Flexible response : EITHER
83. Ribbon holder : SPOOL
85. Rub the wrong way : CHAFE
87. Paranoiac's worry : PLOT
88. League members : TEAMS
89. Sound loudly : BLARE
90. Drops from above : RAIN
91. Garage job : LUBE
95. Old Egyptian letters : UAR
96. Where 88-Across play : ARENA
97. Staccato indicator : DOT
98. It's getting carried away : MANIA
99. Impertinent group? : BRASHBAND
102. Hawkeye/Hot Lips encounter? : MASHMEETING
105. Army medic : AIDMAN
106. Patron : CLIENT
108. Adjacency : ABUTTAL
109. Cold explosion? : SNEEZE
110. Goddess of sorcery : HECATE
111. Promising : ROSEATE
112. Sonny ___, Duke Ellington's longtime drummer : GREER
113. Impede : DETER
114. Israel's parliament : KNESSET
1. California city, informally : FRISCO
2. Sports Illustrated's 1984 Sportswoman of the Year : RETTON
3. Not moderate : OVERDO
4. Best of seven, say : SERIES
5. Some football plays : TRAPS
6. This, in Tampico : ESTE
7. Exploit : DEED
8. Geologists' studies : STRATA
9. Stopped lying? : AROSE
10. "Do the ___" : MATH
11. Short time : BIT
12. Buttercup family member : ANEMONE
13. Surround : BATHE
14. "... bump on ___" : ALOG
15. Stylish gown : DIOR
16. Peace maker : ENTENTE
17. Brush up on : RELEARN
20. Made noises at night : SNORED
22. Heroine of Wagner's "The Flying Dutchman" : SENTA
27. Intruder alert? : BARK
29. Lottery org. : SSS
32. Sweet Spanish wine : MALAGA
35. Clod chopper : HOE
36. Bay filler : OATS
37. Restaurant serving : DISH
38. Alpine stream : AAR
39. Nonsense involving farm bedding? : STRAWBOSH
40. Game in which jacks are highest trumps : SKAT
41. To boot : ALSO
42. Qualcomm Stadium squad : PADRES
43. Look through a window, maybe : PEERIN
44. Claim : ALLEGE
45. Space for a cymbalist? : CLASHROOM
46. H's position : EIGHTH
47. Ready : PREP
48. Pipe cleaner : DRANO
50. Becomes aware, with "up" : WISES
51. Not even : UNTRUE
52. Over : AGAIN
54. Bring to life : CREATE
55. Not so nice : MEANER
56. Sign on a door : ENTER
58. Crown topper : ENAMEL
64. Mind : OBEY
69. 1943 Bogart film : SAHARA
70. Drag : TOKE
72. Liepaja resident : LETT
75. Rampant : RIFE
76. Supermarket section : DELI
79. Big cuffs? : KOS
82. Product of a solution : ION
83. Cauterizing : SEARING
84. St. Patrick's Day celebrant : PARADER
85. Hold tight : CLENCH
86. Oversaw : HANDLED
87. Way : PATH
88. Brass section : TUBAS
89. Top piece : BRA
90. Play list? : ROSTER
91. Drinks to sip : LATTES
92. Colt legend : UNITAS
93. In pairs, botanically : BINATE
94. One destined for baldness? : EAGLET
96. Dogpatch name : ABNER
97. "Paradiso" writer : DANTE
98. North Sea feeder : MEUSE
100. Hook's mate : SMEE
101. Part of a summer forecast : HAZE
102. Cold cuts, e.g. : MEAT
103. German capital : MARK
104. Black, to Blake : EBON
107. Curling surface : ICE

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