DISORDER IN THE COURT

New York Times, Sunday, September 2, 2001

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 134, Blocks: 68 Missing: {FJQXZ} This is puzzle # 138 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2001, The New York Times
Across Down
1. More than enjoyed : LAPPEDUP
9. Makes a bundle : BALES
14. Whodunit awards : EDGARS
20. Not at all gentle : ABRASIVE
21. ___ Heep : URIAH
22. Graffiti artist's addition : GOATEE
23. Threshold : DOORSTEP
24. Legal punch? : STATUTORYAWL
26. Site of a dramatic 1815 escape : ELBA
27. Greets : SAYSHITO
29. Letters at sea : HMS
30. "Shop ___ you drop" : TIL
31. Word on a bridge card : TALLY
33. Banquets : SUPS
34. Ibsen doll? : NORA
36. Whom a courtier may address : SIRE
37. Adventuress Nellie : BLY
38. Hand protector : MITT
40. Many a pollee : CONSUMER
42. Out of it : ASLEEP
45. Most pious testifier? : HOLIESTWITNESS
47. Take off : PEEL
48. Suffix with pay : OLA
50. One-___ (kids' game) : OCAT
51. Netscape purchaser : AOL
52. Numbers of interest: Abbr. : PTS
53. Bother : EATAT
55. A little, musically : POCO
58. Low-cal drinks : LITES
62. Actor Morales : ESAI
64. Dainty attire : TUTU
65. Cheese made from ewe's milk : ROMANO
67. Burgeoned : GREW
68. Whatchamacallit? : NOUN
69. Air marshal's explanation about keeping his pilots alert? : IRESTMYACES
71. In good health : HALE
72. Pipe up or down? : DUCT
73. Menus, in Metz : CARTES
74. K rations, e.g. : CHOW
75. Kind of floor : TILE
76. Not gradual : STEEP
78. Armenia and Georgia, once: Abbr. : SSRS
79. Perform well : SHINE
80. Some disrespect : LIP
81. Potent potable : RUM
83. "Time ___ a premium" : ISAT
85. Like some blood types: Abbr. : NEG
86. Be in time for : MAKE
87. Haggling over how high is up? : LEAPBARGAINING
93. ___ dictum : OBITER
95. Signer-upper : ENROLLEE
96. Word repeated by a French Hamlet : ETRE
97. Social worker? : ANT
98. "... ___ in Kalamazoo" : AGAL
99. Travel brochure listings : INNS
101. Light controller : IRIS
103. Language quirk : IDIOM
105. San Francisco's ___ Hill : NOB
106. ___ Friday : SGT
107. Levels : ECHELONS
110. No angel : BRAT
112. Scofflaw student? : CRIMINALCOED
115. Attacked : LAIDINTO
117. Lorre's role in "Casablanca" : UGARTE
118. City on Ishikari Bay : OTARU
119. Girl of old comics : ETTAKETT
120. Got tight : TENSED
121. Put ___ to (end) : ASTOP
122. Sharpshooters : DEADEYES
1. Take on : LADE
2. Like ___ from the blue : ABOLT
3. Marinara most likely to be used? : PROBABLESAUCE
4. Side by side : PARALLEL
5. Double turn : ESS
6. Not very logical : DITSY
7. Holder of a 101-Across : UVEA
8. 17th-century diarist : PEPYS
9. Transporter to remote areas : BUSHPILOT
10. Aesthetic : ARTISTIC
11. "South Pacific" role : LIAT
12. Stationery brand : EATON
13. ___ mai (dim sum dish) : SHU
14. Narcissist's problem : EGOMANIA
15. British actress Diana : DORS
16. Like some holiday apparel : GAY
17. Unit by unit, in succession : ATATIME
18. Makes electrical improvements : REWIRES
19. "There's a Girl in My Soup" star, 1970 : SELLERS
25. Host, as a party : THROW
28. Sport in which athletes crouch : SUMO
32. Strong cleanser : LYE
35. Natl. Adopt-a-Dog Mo. : OCT
36. Benefit of a southern exposure : SUNLIGHT
39. Three-legged ornamental table : TEAPOY
41. Mil. plane for quick takeoffs : STOL
42. Adds on : APPENDS
43. Starts : SETSOUT
44. Kind of license : POETIC
45. Milliners : HATTERS
46. Food converter : STOMACH
49. First lady's namesakes : LAURAS
54. Waldheim was its head : AUSTRIA
56. Secretly hiding : CACHING
57. Early Ping-Pong score : ONEONE
59. Hiker's counsel? : TRAILATTORNEY
60. Thin and slippery : EELLIKE
61. Janitor : SWEEPER
63. Mr. Moto's employer : INTERPOL
65. Rental ad abbr. : RMS
66. New York river to Lake Ontario : OSWEGO
70. Actress O'Shea : TESSIE
77. Not pvt. : PUBL
79. Excited : STIRREDUP
82. Dragged through the mud : MALIGNED
84. Willy Loman, for one : ANTIHERO
86. Small two-wheeler : MINIBIKE
87. Not marbled : LEANCUT
88. Glut : ENGORGE
89. Like 1,001 nights : ARABIAN
90. Oscar de la ___ : RENTA
91. ___-X : GEN
92. Writer-director Jordan : NEIL
94. "___ dog!" : BAD
100. Small denominations : SECTS
102. Like pumps : SOLED
103. "___ Crime?" (Judy Holliday song) : ISITA
104. Not shiny : MATTE
106. Place : SITE
108. Veneer : COAT
109. ___ the Great (boy detective) : NATE
111. Young 'uns : TOTS
113. Honorific sometimes used uncertainly : MRS
114. Mauna ___ : LOA
116. Pop : DAD

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