WHERE IT'S AT

New York Times, Sunday, August 29, 2004

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 144, Blocks: 76 Missing: {J} This is puzzle # 203 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Gets used (to) : ADAPTS
7. Mies van der ___ (German-born architect) : ROHE
11. Early education : ABCS
15. Oceans : ALOT
19. Deliver, as music or water : PIPEIN
20. Windows alternative : UNIX
21. Wind (up) : WRAP
22. Heat in a hurry : NUKE
23. Fort Bliss city : ELPASO
24. Fall mo. : SEPT
25. Opera's ___ Te Kanawa : KIRI
26. Knitting ball : YARN
27. Litigant : SUER
28. With 34-Across, elated : ONTOPOF
31. Group of religious proselytizers : GODSQUAD
33. ___-de-Marne (French department) : VAL
34. See 28-Across : THEWORLD
36. Swain : BEAU
37. Had something : AILED
39. Computer-sharing setup : LAN
40. Natterjack : TOAD
42. Running-shoe maker : REEBOK
46. Noted company headquartered in Times Square : NASDAQ
48. Full count : TEN
50. Source of ambergris : WHALE
52. Actor Penn : SEAN
53. "We know drama" sloganeer : TNT
54. Arm bones : HUMERI
56. She played Sally in "When Harry Met Sally ..." : MEG
57. Kid : TYKE
58. Anka's "___ Beso" : ESO
59. Reclined : LAIN
60. A modicum of modesty : GSTRING
64. Seat of Allen County, Kansas : IOLA
65. "___ say!" : ILL
66. See 72-Across : THEEYES
67. Municipally partitioned : ZONED
68. Streaming video maker for the Net : WEBCAM
72. With 66-Across, where some hunters aim; with 75-Across, when hockey players rest : BETWEEN
73. Fast-food franchise : WENDYS
74. Skating jumps : AXELS
75. See 72-Across : PERIODS
76. Information booth handout : MAP
77. "It seems to me," in computerese : IMHO
78. Bus. card info : PHONENO
79. Author Sholem : ASCH
80. Slice (off) : LOP
83. Mai ___ (drinks) : TAIS
84. Artist Rembrandt van ___ : RYN
85. Menial : FLUNKY
87. How to address a lt. col.? : APO
88. Popular alternative press magazine : UTNE
89. ___ Park, Colo. : ESTES
92. Spare tire : FAT
93. Bloviates : ORATES
95. Sell door-to-door : PEDDLE
97. King Harald's capital : OSLO
99. "Rock and Roll, Hoochie ___" (1974 hit) : KOO
101. Comics dog : SNERT
102. Round top : DOME
104. See 112-Across : CONTEMPT
107. Like : ALA
108. Arm guard : ELBOWPAD
112. With 104-Across, despicable : BENEATH
113. "Toodle-oo" : TATA
115. ___ Minderbender, villain in "Catch-22" : MILO
116. Tampa paper, for short, with "The" : TRIB
118. "Beetle Bailey" creator Walker : MORT
119. Titillating : EROTIC
121. Foe for El Cid : MOOR
122. Adm. Zumwalt : ELMO
123. End in ___ : ATIE
124. Go through again : RELIVE
125. Aardvark fare : ANTS
126. Not natural : DYED
127. Call for : NEED
128. Made square : EVENED
1. Mimics : APES
2. See 37-Down : DILUVIANS
3. Attracts : APPEALSTO
4. Dived for treasure? : PEARLED
5. Sequel to "Angela's Ashes" : TIS
6. Schnozz : SNOOT
7. Corroded : RUSTEATEN
8. Info in a used car want ad : ONEOWNER
9. Mudhole lover : HIPPO
10. Shake down : EXTORT
11. Parrot's cry : AWK
12. Clink, at sea : BRIG
13. Chocolate substitute : CAROB
14. It might be put on a web site : SPIDEREGG
15. See 43-Down : ANYQUESTION
16. Where to wear a lei, maybe : LUAU
17. Gumbo pods : OKRA
18. Be inclined : TEND
29. Rink org. : NHL
30. Current : FLOW
32. Enclosure with a ms. : SAE
35. Doo-___ : DAH
37. With 2-Down, ancients : ANTE
38. Flowers named for a Swedish botanist : DAHLIAS
41. Father ___, famous priest to lepers : DAMIEN
43. With 15-Down, undoubtedly : BEYOND
44. Shootin' Annie : OAKLEY
45. Folds, presses and stretches : KNEADS
47. Misgiving : QUALM
49. It may be see-through : NIGHTIE
51. Something to see through : LENS
55. "Cool" sum : MIL
61. Attach, as a patch : SEWON
62. Ticked : TEEDOFF
63. Some are Jewish : RYES
66. Flier around a lighthouse : TERN
67. Breezes : ZEPHYRS
68. Cry from a laggard : WAITUP
69. Giver (or receiver) of alimony : EXMATE
70. With 71-Down, in secret : BEHIND
71. See 70-Down : CLOSEDDOORS
72. Understand now, as someone's tricks : BEONTO
73. More than odd : WACKO
75. M.D. : PHYS
76. Co. with a butterfly logo : MSN
78. Took first? : PREEMPTED
79. Not manual : AUTOMATED
80. St. Augustine's language : LATELATIN
81. See 82-Down : OPERATIVE
82. With 81-Down, like some recoveries : POST
86. Ontario is on it : LAKEERIE
90. It's left of F1 on a PC : ESC
91. Untidy one : SLOB
94. France of France : ANATOLE
96. Pretty sad : LOW
98. Kind of show : ONEMAN
100. Go (for) : OPT
103. Too soon : EARLY
105. Government issue, for short : TNOTE
106. "Ta-da!" : THERE
108. Madame Bovary : EMMA
109. Emblem of Great Britain : LION
110. Printer's mistake : BLOT
111. Cost for a dozen, in a phrase : DIME
114. Scored very well on : ACED
117. Hunk's or babe's asset : BOD
120. Gun : REV

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