WHO SAID THAT?

New York Times, Sunday, September 1, 1996

Author: D. J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 19 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Labor Party, in England : THELEFT
8. Not as outgoing : SHIER
13. Cut : GASHED
19. Upper jaw : MAXILLA
20. Somnolent state : TRANCE
21. Filmdom's Peter : OTOOLE
22. "Nobody wants justice" : ALANDERSHOWITZ
24. New version : REMAKE
25. Passeport datum : NOM
26. Kitchen finish : ETTE
27. Puppet : STOOGE
29. Let go : AXED
30. "Vote early and vote often" : ALCAPONE
33. Dime ___ : NOVEL
35. More divine : GODLIER
38. Work unit : ERG
40. Aristocratic beliefs : ELITISMS
44. It's said to be not as lovely as a tree : APOEM
45. Comparative words : ASA
47. Grayish green : RESEDA
49. Excuse : OUT
50. "By the time we've made it, we've had it" : MALCOLMFORBES
54. British parent, familiarly : MAM
55. Open school grp. : PTA
56. Add-on : ELL
57. Reddish-brown gem : SARD
58. Squealer : RAT
59. Walk like a vamp : SLITHER
61. Honda rival : YAMAHA
64. Out of port : TOSEA
66. Get but good : NAIL
67. Word with ticket or rail : SPLIT
68. "I used to be Snow White, but I drifted" : MAEWEST
70. Dawdle : DELAY
71. Ring contents? : HATS
72. Fawn-colored antelope : ELAND
73. Salvador's country, to Salvadorans : BRASIL
75. Act of law enforcement : WIRETAP
78. Suffix with expert : ISE
79. Ho Chi Minh trail locale : LAOS
80. Bill in the till : ONE
83. Social worker? : ANT
84. Constellation next to Scorpius : ARA
85. "It's not easy bein' green" : KERMITTHEFROG
89. Start of a vol. 1 heading : ATO
90. Broadway's fate? : KISMET
92. Some promos : ADS
93. Simpletons : GEESE
94. Italian noblewoman : CONTESSA
96. Georgia, once: Abbr. : SSR
98. Supermarket device : SCANNER
100. Composer Bruckner : ANTON
101. "Start every day off with a smile and get it over with" : WCFIELDS
104. Quite a nose : BEAK
107. Kind of kick : ONSIDE
110. Song syllables : LALA
111. Curator's degree : MFA
114. Be pregnant : EXPECT
116. "If I were two-faced, would I be wearing this one?" : ABRAHAMLINCOLN
120. Magazine illustration : VISUAL
121. Spree : RANTAN
122. Broke out : ERUPTED
123. Treeless tract : STEPPE
124. Impurity : DROSS
125. Purchase incentives : REBATES
1. Govt. agent : TMAN
2. Ring to wear : HALO
3. Midyear, e.g. : EXAM
4. Author ___ Yutang : LIN
5. Years ago, years ago : ELD
6. Overcharge : FLEECE
7. Dentist's target : TARTAR
8. Angel's wish : SRO
9. Nautical rope : HAWSER
10. Monogram feature: Abbr. : INIT
11. Prefix with -morphic : ECTO
12. Gerrymanders : REZONES
13. "Every time a friend succeeds, I die a little" : GOREVIDAL
14. Bothered, with "at" : ATE
15. Iman, at birth : SOMALI
16. Imposture : HOAX
17. Sommer of film : ELKE
18. It's done : DEED
20. One of TV's Huxtables : THEO
23. Indy 500 advertiser : STP
28. Automatons : GOLEMS
30. Actor McCowen : ALEC
31. Wheels for wheels : LIMO
32. Handy to : NEAR
34. Light cotton fabrics : ETAMINES
35. Foxes, e.g. : GAME
36. Fire ___ : OPAL
37. "You'd be surprised how much it costs to look this cheap" : DOLLYPARTON
39. Bribed, so to speak : GREASED
41. "Everything you see I owe to spaghetti" : SOPHIALOREN
42. In an unspeakable way : MUTELY
43. Talented one : STAR
45. House support : AFRAME
46. Do lawn work : SOD
48. Adlai's 1956 running mate : ESTES
51. Grueling 3-Down, for short : LSAT
52. ___-jongg : MAH
53. Comparatively tanned : BROWNER
60. Ankles, anatomically : TALI
62. Der ___ (Adenauer) : ALTE
63. Wrong : MISTAKEN
64. Some wedding gifts : TEASETS
65. Diamond stats : ATBATS
67. The way of the gods : SHINTO
69. Equally : ALIKE
70. Track event : DASH
74. Twaddle : ROT
75. W.W. II participant : WAAC
76. "Wit is educated insolence" : ARISTOTLE
77. Judge : PASSON
79. Stopper : LID
81. Detecting ability : NOSE
82. Elbe tributary : EGER
86. Dramatist Connelly : MARC
87. Mild oath : EGAD
88. Peaty areas : FENS
91. Roof type : MANSARD
95. Fill : TAKEUP
97. Workout garb : SWEATS
98. Popular product : SELLER
99. 1948 Oscar winner Trevor : CLAIRE
102. Bakery offering : FLAN
103. Cartesian words : IAM
104. Drinks: Abbr. : BEVS
105. Kind of poll : EXIT
106. Place for a vault : APSE
108. Construction piece : IBAR
109. Fleming villain : DRNO
111. Early feminist Lucretia : MOTT
112. Vamoose : FLEE
113. Common connections : ANDS
115. Climax : CAP
117. Owns : HAS
118. Gist : NUB
119. Tax consultant, often : CPA

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