FURNISHING TOUCHES

New York Times, Sunday, September 12, 2004

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 136, Blocks: 68 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 66 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. It's carried while on deck : BAT
4. Unmitigated : ARRANT
10. Aromatic oil, often : ESTER
15. Razor brand : ATRA
19. Green grp. : EPA
20. Old British coin : GUINEA
21. Dog originally bred to herd cattle : CORGI
22. Start of a conclusion : THEN
23. Outdoor furniture that can fly you to the moon? : ROCKETLAWNCHAIRS
26. Lose one's resistance : MELT
27. Actress Sommer : ELKE
28. Business card abbr. : TEL
29. Kid with a new home : ADOPTEE
30. Cartoon canine : ODIE
31. Writing tables made from foam rubber? : FLOPPYDESKS
34. Tight group? : SOTS
35. Co. name ender : INC
36. Scout leader? : TONTO
37. Financial adviser, for short : CPA
38. They may be in black-and-white : NUNS
39. John or Christine of Fleetwood Mac : MCVIE
41. Magniloquent : LOFTY
44. Lays down the lawn : SODS
45. M-1 rifle inventor : GARAND
46. Fastens (to) : AFFIXES
49. Variety show fillers : ACTS
50. Adapt musically : ARRANGE
51. Went through channels? : SLUICED
52. Quarrel : SPAT
53. Of living organisms : BIOTIC
54. Joseph of "Citizen Kane" : COTTEN
55. Vehicles designed to transport china? : CUPBOARDWAGONS
59. Cry of surprise : OHO
60. Interstate highway fixtures : CALLBOXES
61. Soccer star Hamm : MIA
62. Question for the hotel housekeeper in the morning? : WANTTOMAKEABED
66. Damon, to Pythias : FRIEND
69. Confronted : TOOKON
70. Diploma holder : GRAD
71. Unwilling to say much : GUARDED
72. ___ Norman (military nickname) : STORMIN
74. Diane of "A Kiss Before Dying," 1991 : LADD
75. Walks breezily : SASHAYS
76. Member of an Indian religious minority : PARSEE
77. Hood rods : GATS
78. Drawing help : RULER
79. Pavilion locales : EXPOS
80. It's got a point : CONE
81. Flight : LAM
82. Photographer Adams : ANSEL
87. Packed away : ATE
88. Simpleton : CLOD
89. Whether to fold out or remain as a couch? : SOFASCHOICE
92. Isn't serious : KIDS
94. Sign of trouble : REDFLAG
96. Eastern way : TAO
97. Squealed cries : EEKS
98. "No more!" : STOP
99. Bookcase seller's farewell to buyers? : ENJOYYOURSHELVES
102. Dairy aisle buy : OLEO
103. Disdain : SCORN
104. Skull Valley dweller : UTAHAN
105. "I kissed thee ___ I killed thee": Othello : ERE
106. Cultural gathering : FEST
107. English assignment : THEME
108. Rent payer : TENANT
109. Thérèse, e.g.: Abbr. : STE
1. Forlorn : BEREFT
2. He cursed Cassandra : APOLLO
3. Append : TACKON
4. Inference from an ID : AGE
5. Like dirt roads : RUTTY
6. Fit to be tied : RILED
7. "The ___ of Confucius" : ANALECTS
8. Not clichéd : NEW
9. Godzilla creator Tomoyuki ___ : TANAKA
10. Repeat : ECHO
11. They're seen around bars : SOAPSUDS
12. Colorful seashells : TRITONS
13. Avian colonists : EGRETS
14. Hillocks : RISES
15. Prefix with sphere : ATMO
16. Humorous tale involving a settee? : THEDIVANCOMEDY
17. Coat repair job : RELINING
18. Go before : ANTECEDE
24. Set aside : KEPT
25. They get burned nowadays : CDS
32. Doorstep cry : POLICE
33. Mole : SPY
38. "Fairly well" : NOTTOOBAD
39. Atlanta train and bus system : MARTA
40. Food writer Claiborne : CRAIG
42. Farm team : OXEN
43. Supplied : FED
44. Sword bearers : SCABBARDS
45. Get bigger : GROW
46. ___ Stadium, home of the Pro Bowl : ALOHA
47. Furniture launched from the starship Enterprise? : FUTONTORPEDOES
48. In good shape : FIT
49. Actress Christina : APPLEGATE
50. Supports : AIDS
51. Boat for shallow water : SCOW
52. Resist cheerfulness : SULK
53. Brought up : BRED
55. James of "Misery" : CAAN
56. Chopped : AXED
57. Pair on Wayne Gretzky's jersey : NINES
58. High school org. : SADD
60. "Follow me!" : CMON
63. Unarmed figure? : TORSO
64. Heavy reading : TOMES
65. Depression-era drifter : OKIE
66. Cherry bomb stem : FUSE
67. Gung-ho : RAHRAH
68. Investment choice: Abbr. : IRA
71. "For Me and My ___" : GAL
72. Talks about : SPEAKSOF
73. Purchase at a government auction : TAXTITLE
74. Hill or valley, e.g. : LANDFORM
75. Certain Indonesian : SUMATRAN
77. Nice guy : GOODJOE
78. Battle of Britain grp. : RAF
80. Grip firmly : CLENCH
81. Exit the system : LOGOUT
83. Song sung on doorsteps : NOEL
84. Security risks : SIEVES
85. William ___, baseball commissioner before Bowie Kuhn : ECKERT
86. Rent payer : LESSEE
88. Dragon's head feature : CREST
89. "I just had an idea!" : SAY
90. Big name in dolls : SASHA
91. "Over There" songwriter : COHAN
93. Soft or sweet follower : SPOT
95. "Unfaithful" director Adrian : LYNE
100. 4 x 4, for short : UTE
101. Tolkien creature : ENT

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