CULTURAL ATTACHÉ

New York Times, Sunday, January 13, 2002

Author: Nelson Hardy
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 72 Missing: {JX} This is puzzle # 8 for Mr. Hardy. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. ___ room : CHAT
5. Fake : FEIGN
10. Factory : SHOP
14. Cross, maybe : MEDAL
19. Former Israeli leader ___ Eshkol : LEVI
20. Squabble : ARGUE
21. Granada greeting : HOLA
22. Throat dangler : UVULA
23. Mickey Mouse club? : ANIMATIONCARTEL
26. Parking garage mishaps : DINGS
27. Accessory for a hood : SILENCER
28. Stop being obstinate : BUDGE
29. Accordion feature : PLEAT
30. Family life, figuratively : HEARTH
31. Tropical flavor : MANGO
33. Become friendlier : THAW
35. Duds : ATTIRE
38. Earn more, say : GETARAISE
43. Cocktail dress? : MARTINISKIRT
49. Changes at the salon : RESTYLES
50. Custard-filled dessert : CREAMCAKE
51. Geisha wear : OBI
53. Supermarket spots : AISLES
54. Ones guarding cages : GOALIES
55. An elephant has a big one : APPETITE
58. Prefix in many winter product names : SNO
59. Sir of pop : ELTON
60. Miracle site in John 2:1 : CANA
62. Actor George who won an Oscar for "Disraeli" : ARLISS
64. Pizazz : ELAN
65. Egg hunt? : CARTONQUEST
68. Model Chow : TINA
72. Dorm room staple : STEREO
74. "___ date!" : ITSA
75. 1994 Peace Nobelist : RABIN
76. Tom Clancy subj. : CIA
79. Popular references : ALMANACS
81. Slave's job : TOILING
83. Respect : ADMIRE
85. ___ el Amarna, Egypt : TEL
86. Is a night watchman? : STARGAZES
88. Suggests : POINTSTO
90. Biggest blowhard at the Alamo? : FORTBRAGGART
93. They're uplifting : ELEVATORS
95. Why : REASON
96. "___'Clock Jump" (1937 hit) : ONEO
97. Apple-polisher : TOADY
99. Passed : GONEBY
105. Shell alternative : MOBIL
108. Site of a blue light, maybe : KMART
110. Extra-powerful : SOUPEDUP
112. Primitive adders : ABACI
113. Beer dispenser at a tailgate bash? : FENDERBARTENDER
116. Tempter : SIREN
117. In the old days : ONCE
118. About : CIRCA
119. Article for Mozart : EINE
120. Stressed : TENSE
121. Remorseful one : RUER
122. Like some stock markets that show early trends : ASIAN
123. Limitless quantities : SEAS
1. Don't belong together : CLASH
2. Figure skater known as "The Golden Girl" : HENIE
3. St. Teresa's birthplace : AVILA
4. VCR feature : TIMER
5. "I wouldn't bet on it!" : FATCHANCE
6. Lake along which I-90 runs : ERIE
7. Marty's role in "Young Frankenstein" : IGOR
8. Rev : GUN
9. Japanese computer giant : NEC
10. Clueless one's response : SHRUG
11. "Yippee!" : HOTDOG
12. Designer for Jackie : OLEG
13. Where artists mix : PALETTE
14. Bad coffee klatches? : MUDPARTIES
15. Santana's first hit, 1970 : EVILWAYS
16. Wind-swept hill : DUNE
17. Morsel for a sea snail : ALGA
18. Hold up : LAST
24. Army member : ANT
25. Daisy Mae's heart's desire : ABNER
31. Amp attachment : MIKE
32. Christina's dad : ARI
34. Dives into a project : HASATIT
36. Andalusian aunts : TIAS
37. "Naughty, naughty!" : TSK
39. Neighbor of Djibouti : ERITREA
40. Pandora's boxful : ILLS
41. Dated : SEEN
42. Old rival of 105-Across : ESSO
43. Fictional investigator Travis ___ : MCGEE
44. Doing great, after "on" : AROLL
45. Rodeo rope : REATA
46. Grippers : TALONS
47. Poker player's declaration : IMIN
48. Outdo : TOP
52. Bridges and others : BEAUS
55. Four seasons in Seville : ANO
56. Go to pieces : PANIC
57. They, to Thiers : ILS
60. Mastermind : CREATOR
61. Answer (for) : ATONE
63. W.W. II site : STALAG
65. "Gentleman's Agreement" actress Holm : CELESTE
66. Branch : ARM
67. Parts of gals. : QTS
69. One of the Balearic Islands : IBIZA
70. Bayside footballer : NINER
71. Unpleasant feeling : ANGST
73. Scottish fashion designer's showing? : TARTANLINE
75. Tony winner Diana : RIGG
76. Zorro garb : CAPE
77. Second commandment no-no : IDOL
78. Gallic girlfriend : AMIE
80. Sitcom character who lived with the Tanners : ALF
81. Hawaiian tuber : TARO
82. Word derived from Malay for "jungle man" : ORANGUTAN
84. Bills : INVOICES
86. Hang out : STAY
87. SuperStation initials : TBS
89. Supposed to be : TOOKFOR
91. Provide an address : ORATE
92. The "R" in Roy G. Biv : RED
94. Attitude : STANCE
98. It's usually made from a 109-Down : ORDER
100. Expose, poetically : OPE
101. Bogot√° babies : NENES
102. "Leave It to Beaver" boy : EDDIE
103. Yerba ___, original name of San Francisco : BUENA
104. Town destroyed during W.W. I : YPRES
105. It might be rigged : MAST
106. Award for "The Zoo Story" : OBIE
107. Owl's hangout : BARN
109. See 98-Down : MENU
110. Draped dress : SARI
111. "Jaws" boat : ORCA
114. Color TV pioneer : RCA
115. Twice, in music : BIS

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