I.E., NOT I

New York Times, Sunday, September 19, 2004

Author: Kyle Mahowald
Editor: Will Shortz
Kyle Mahowald
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 71 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Mahowald. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Many Bob Marley fans : RASTAS
7. Criticized severely : BASHED
13. Call it quits : BREAKUP
20. No holds barred : ALLOUT
21. Big Ten team : ILLINI
22. Cause for delay : REDTAPE
23. The Good Witch of the North : GLINDA
24. Key of Mozart's Symphony No. 40 : GMINOR
25. "This is serious!" : IMEANIT
26. DNA sample for lab analysis? : GENEINABOTTLE
28. Fixes : BINDS
29. Civic group : ELKS
30. Football Hall-of-Famer Ford : LEN
31. Cause for an R rating : SEX
32. Continue : ADD
35. "L.A. Law" actress : DEY
36. Librarian? : SOUNDBARRER
42. Big name in watches : CASIO
44. Al dente : FIRM
45. On the ball : AWARE
46. Pressure unit equal to one newton per square meter : PASCAL
47. Good-for-nothings : BADEGGS
50. Checkout procedures : SCANS
51. Venom : ILLWILL
52. Saucers may hold them : ALIENS
53. Zeno, notably : STOIC
54. Noted 2000 guest at Camp David : ARAFAT
55. Sidekick of radio, TV and film : TONTO
56. Airline's exercise program? : PEINTHESKY
58. "___ Blue" : NYPD
61. Atlanta's ___ Center : CNN
62. TV Land showing : RERUN
64. Up : AHEAD
66. Revolutionary Guevara : CHE
67. Lab instruction? : HEEL
69. Recently nicked? : JUSTMARRED
73. Hollywood's Hawke : ETHAN
75. N.F.L. team named after a poem : RAVENS
77. Gifts on October birthdays : OPALS
78. Uncovered the most : BAREST
79. Regatta : SEARACE
81. Beatnik's exclamation : CRAZY
82. Wine vessels : CARAFES
83. Proceed without a game plan : WINGIT
84. "___ yourself!" : BRACE
85. Rear : RUMP
86. Shakespearean forest : ARDEN
87. Dictator's snide remark? : SOILEDSUEME
90. Poet's monogram : TSE
93. Popular soup ingredient : PEA
94. It may get glossed over : LIP
95. 1863 German invention, for short : TNT
96. Holdings of some banks : DATA
97. Lady of honor : MADAM
100. Pajama sellers? : BEDTIMESTORES
106. "God willing" : IHOPESO
108. Ring of color : AREOLA
109. "Want to grab a bite?" : HUNGRY
110. Neanderthals : CAVEMEN
111. Tourists' counterparts : LOCALS
112. Favorite daughter of Zeus : ATHENA
113. Garbage dump, say : EYESORE
114. "Shame!" : TSKTSK
115. Sales reps' goals : QUOTAS
1. Uneven : RAGGED
2. Cause of hereditary variation : ALLELE
3. Spring toy : SLINKY
4. Softens, with "down" : TONES
5. Maker of the A4, A6 and A8 : AUDI
6. 1972 Wimbledon winner Smith : STAN
7. London landmark : BIGBEN
8. Popular candy bar ingredient : ALMOND
9. Crack : SLIT
10. Touch : HINT
11. Hydroxyl compound : ENOL
12. Life-or-death : DIRE
13. Underhanded one : BRIBER
14. Dance version of a record, say : REMIX
15. First family's home : EDEN
16. Slightly : ATAD
17. Midwest cook? : KANSASCITYCHEF
18. News inits. : UPI
19. Honeybunch : PET
27. Graduates, briefly : ALUMS
31. "Was that so hard!?" : SEE
33. Dove competitor : DIAL
34. Honeybunch : DOLL
36. Mister in Milan : SIGNOR
37. Grps. : ORGS
38. Part of an Atkins breakfast : BACON
39. Look forward to : AWAIT
40. Italian alternative : RANCH
41. Some transp. stocks : RRS
42. Leg part : CALF
43. City just north of Lake Nasser : ASWAN
44. Leg ends : FEET
46. Spanish beach : PLAYA
47. Baker's unit : BATCH
48. Peerless : ALONE
49. Playboy's agenda? : DINNERANDAMOVE
50. Time on the job : STINT
51. Teed off : IRKED
53. Writer/illustrator of the story "Gertrude McFuzz" : SEUSS
54. Smoking result : ASHES
56. Bush whack? : PRUNE
57. With time to spare : EARLY
59. Full moon, e.g. : PHASE
60. Dings : DENTS
63. Give the heave-ho : EJECT
65. "Goodness gracious!" : DEARME
68. Goodly : LARGE
70. Tale end : MORAL
71. With celerity : APACE
72. Leveled : RAZED
74. Sting, of sorts : TRAP
76. Puffed up : VAIN
78. Creator of 23-Across : BAUM
79. Switch : SWAP
80. Leprechaun's land : EIRE
81. Dernier ___ : CRI
82. Domain of King Minos : CRETE
84. Thwack : BOP
87. 2002 film about a virtual actress : SIMONE
88. Movie shots : STILLS
89. Expose : UNMASK
90. Mega-retailer based in Minneapolis : TARGET
91. Breastbones : STERNA
92. Snap courses : EASYAS
94. Vision-improving device : LASER
96. "Tiny Bubbles" singer : DONHO
98. Makes like : APES
99. Try it : DEMO
100. Estonian or Lithuanian : BALT
101. Olympic archer : EROS
102. Knock down : DECK
103. Just so : TOAT
104. Self-proclaimed "The Big Aristotle" : SHAQ
105. You might go for a spin in it : TUTU
106. Kind of beer or bag : ICE
107. Stable staple : HAY

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