CRY ME A RIVER

New York Times, Sunday, September 18, 2005

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 76 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 78 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. ___ lab : DNA
4. Drunk : LUSH
8. Whole lot : SLEW
12. Pluck : METTLE
18. One may be overhead or underfoot : RUG
19. Holding : ASSET
21. Cut back : PARE
22. Greetings from the Far West? : ALOHAS
23. Judge's cry? : ODERINTHECOURT
26. Edit : REDACT
27. Like some winter wear : LINED
28. Hides from view : SHROUDS
29. Manicotti ingredient : RICOTTA
30. Ignores : LETSBE
32. Coastal raptors : ERNS
33. One making lots of money : MINT
34. Kind of grass : OAT
35. Envier's cry? : CANIHAVESOMME
39. Informal evening : NITE
40. Came of age : MATURED
43. "___ enough ..." : SADLY
44. Knowing : WISE
45. Titter : TEHEE
46. One might be a pull-out : SOFA
50. F on a questionnaire, e.g. : SEX
51. Head of l'Académie : TETE
52. Unit of fat : GRAM
53. Parishioner's cry? : LORDHAVEMERSEY
58. Computer unit, informally : MEG
60. Door part : HINGE
61. Antitank weapon : BAZOOKA
62. Miss, e.g. : SHE
64. Recluse's cry? : AVONTOBEALONE
69. Beauty : GEM
70. Hole in the head : NOSTRIL
72. Deprive of courage : UNMAN
73. School basics, initially : RRR
75. New York sports fan's cry? : LETSGOYANGTZES
79. "My bad" : OOPS
82. Place where there might be a mess : HALL
83. Card player's declaration : GIN
84. Coachmen : horses :: bullwhackers : ___ : OXEN
86. Brazen one : HUSSY
87. Richard of "Chicago" : GERE
88. A school might be found using it : SONAR
90. Latter-day Aristotle : ONASSIS
92. Nonstarters : SUBS
93. Detroit sports fan's cry? : GOGETEMTIGRIS
97. Outdoor sealant : TAR
98. Move, in real estate : RELO
99. Create, as a CD : BURN
100. Game sites : ARENAS
104. Single : ONEFOLD
106. Molded, as metal : DIECAST
109. Comedy Central's "The ___ Show" : DAILY
110. Be a go-between : LIAISE
111. Racer's cry? : CATCHMEIFYUKON
113. Printer type : INKJET
114. One of the Waughs : ALEC
115. Sexy Beatles lady : SADIE
116. Certain Beatle's lady : ONO
117. Stop : DESIST
118. Cotton fabric : PIMA
119. ___ room : MENS
120. Dashiell Hammett character ___ Beaumont : NED
1. Whimsical : DROLL
2. Peep show picture : NUDIE
3. Contract bridge? : AGENT
4. Uncovered : LAIDBARE
5. Service arm: Abbr. : USN
6. Onetime French fleet : SSTS
7. Dastardly laugh : HEHHEH
8. Other halves : SPOUSES
9. Tout : LAUD
10. Transgresses : ERRS
11. Soaked : WET
12. Corps member : MARINE
13. Pick : ELECT
14. Hurly-burly : TODO
15. Valley girl's cry? : THATOISESOGROSS
16. Make milk : LACTATE
17. Home with a groundskeeper, maybe : ESTATE
20. ___ incognita : TERRA
24. 1991 Madonna hit : RESCUEME
25. Quadrennial polit. event : CONV
29. Frost-covered : RIMY
31. Suffix with butyl : ENE
33. Centennial of the Selma civil rights march : MMLXV
36. Fingers, to so speak : IDS
37. Window part : SASH
38. Ancient theaters : ODEA
39. Explosion maker : NITRO
40. Listing on a business sched. : MTG
41. ___ Lingus : AER
42. Fatalist's cry? : THAMESTHEBREAKS
44. Rock group with the 1995 hit "Buddy Holly" : WEEZER
47. Actress Lena : OLIN
48. Roman, e.g. : FONT
49. Medea rode on it : ARGO
51. Eliot Ness, for one : TMAN
54. Society event : DEBUT
55. Black : EBON
56. Scratch (out) : EKE
57. Often-candied vegetable : YAM
59. Clear the throat? : GARGLE
60. Blessed : HOLY
62. Venue for the Not Ready for Prime Time Players, in brief : SNL
63. Bladed tool : HOE
65. Fretted instrument : VIOL
66. Laura's "La Gioconda" lover : ENZO
67. Discover competitor : AMEX
68. Do some modern surgery : LASE
71. Peter and others : TSARS
74. "The Social Contract" philosopher : ROUSSEAU
76. As much as you please : AGOGO
77. Roger Maris's number : NINE
78. Little biter : GNAT
80. Last Greek consonant : PSI
81. Op opener : SYS
85. Eggy beverage : NOG
86. Highlight providers : HAIRDYES
87. Type of nucleotide : GUANINE
88. "You've got yourself a deal" : SOLD
89. Kirstie's "Cheers" role : REBECCA
91. Colt fan's org. : NRA
92. Unexcitable : STOLID
93. Old humorist ___ Burgess : GELETT
94. Greatly : MUCH
95. Coal cars : TRAMS
96. Clothing line : INSEAM
98. Blush alternatives : ROSES
101. Coolpix camera maker : NIKON
102. Deserted : ALONE
103. Church council : SYNOD
105. Pacific island nation : FIJI
106. "Burning Giraffe" painter : DALI
107. Couple : ITEM
108. Motion in the ocean : TIDE
111. Oil well feature : CAP
112. Underwater steerer : FIN

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