SEEING DOUBLE

New York Times, Sunday, January 25, 1998

Author: Dave Tuller
Editor: Will Shortz
Dave Tuller
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 74 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Tuller. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Where the 1986 World Series was won : SHEA
5. Lot : SCAD
9. Automotive pioneer : OLDS
13. Prepare to go home, in a way : REPACK
19. Onetime America's Cup champ : AUSTRALIA
21. Kind of service : WIRE
22. List ender : ETALII
23. Coffee addict's meal? : LATTEFORDINNER
25. Special correspondent : PENPAL
26. "Soap" spinoff : BENSON
27. Humpty Dumpty short? : EGGCARTOON
29. Like ghost stories : MACABRE
33. Saying nothing : MUM
35. Nets : EARNS
36. Awakened : AROSE
37. Computer program input : DATASET
41. Ticket place: Abbr. : STA
42. Sch. subject : SCI
45. Plowing woe : MIRE
46. Hydrocarbon derived from petroleum : BUTENE
47. 1962 NASA success : TELSTAR
49. An otherwise well-behaved liar? : MORALFIBBER
53. One-on-one sport : EPEE
55. Chanel fragrance : COCO
56. "___ precaution..." : ASA
57. "Voices Carry" vocalist Mann : AIMEE
58. 90's actor Epps : OMAR
59. Luke's "90210" role : DYLAN
60. Panay seaport with a repetitive name : ILOILO
62. Landscaper's tool : EDGER
64. Cupronickel, e.g. : ALLOY
65. Method for mixing cards, Illinois-style? : SPRINGFIELDRIFFLE
70. Divided into sections : PANED
72. Highflier's home? : AERIE
73. Oceanus and brothers : TITANS
75. Some construction beams : LBARS
76. Part of a wagon train : MULE
77. Profit : LUCRE
79. Jump causer : BOO
81. Old "Tonight Show" theme writer : ANKA
82. Grade : HILL
83. Tot's plaything? : TEETHERBALL
86. Fumes : SEESRED
88. Gathering places : AGORAE
90. Sale item label : ASIS
91. Wife, with "the" : MRS
92. Crew need : OAR
93. No-goodnik : SOANDSO
95. Nobel or Celsius, e.g. : SWEDE
96. ___ Ababa : ADDIS
98. Had : ATE
99. Sells : DEALSIN
101. What to serve stew in? : SUPPERBOWL
105. Hard : STEELY
108. Natural gas component : ETHANE
109. Ice cream as still life? : PAINTEDDESSERT
115. Passes : ENACTS
116. Perfectly healthy, to the Army : ONEA
117. Person who cracks a whip : LIONTAMER
118. Can't stand : DETEST
119. Kind of home or room : REST
120. Russian river : LENA
121. Tax : DUTY
1. Gal of song : SAL
2. 1970's Chinese premier : HUA
3. Erhard's discipline : EST
4. Part of a toll-free long-distance number : ATT
5. Less exposed : SAFER
6. Identical : CLONED
7. Haughtiness : AIRS
8. Woodworking groove : DADO
9. Control : OWN
10. Blockers, e.g. : LINEMEN
11. Vestige : DREG
12. Twilled fabric : SERGE
13. Verbal dueling : REPARTEE
14. God, with "the" : ETERNAL
15. Cords : PANTS
16. Purina alternative : ALPO
17. "Later!" : CIAO
18. Brickmaker's furnace : KILN
20. Jewish teacher : REBBE
24. Sentence completer : INMATE
28. Swiveling part : CASTER
29. Family head : MAMMA
30. Some Bach compositions : ARIOSI
31. Ranch infestation? : CORRALSNAKES
32. Underway to over there : ASEA
34. Consumer : USER
38. French clergyman : ABBE
39. Bassoon, basically : TUBE
40. Was overrun : TEEMED
42. Yeast, fruit and nuts? : STOLLENBASES
43. Tree with pods : CACAO
44. "The Gift of the Magi" feature : IRONY
48. Monster in the Strait of Messina : SCYLLA
50. Scottish landowners : LAIRDS
51. Thread: Prefix : FILI
52. "___ cloud nine!" : IMON
54. One of Henry VIII's six : PARR
58. Flirt with, maybe : OGLE
59. Less sane : DAFTER
61. "Wozzeck" and "Jenufa" : OPERAS
62. St. Patrick's home : EIRE
63. ___ gratia : DEI
66. Land on the Rubicon : GAUL
67. Guys : FELLAS
68. Smallpox symptom : ITCH
69. Let go : FIRE
70. Suffix with endo- or proto- : PLASM
71. Li'l one : ABNER
74. Gold coins of ancient Rome : SOLIDI
76. Central vein of a leaf : MIDRIB
77. One of a ballroom couple : LEAD
78. Sport ___ (trucklike vehicles) : UTES
80. O. Henry Award-winning author Tillie ___ : OLSEN
82. Whiplash preventer : HEADREST
83. Flawlessly : TOAT
84. English poet Dowson : ERNEST
85. Cuss (out) : BAWL
87. Marmots and such : RODENTS
89. Savers by profession : GOALIES
94. Had too much of : ODEDON
95. "What ___ thou?" : SAYST
96. Swiftly : APACE
97. Deep, unnatural sleep : SOPOR
100. Jean Renoir film heroine : ELENA
101. Basis : SEED
102. ___ Reader (eclectic magazine) : UTNE
103. Great, in slang : PHAT
104. Dwindle : WANE
106. Rossini subject : TELL
107. Singer Adams : EDIE
110. Basketball Hall-of-Famer Holman : NAT
111. Down : SAD
112. Somewhat exotic meat : EMU
113. Abbr. after a general's name, maybe : RET
114. Aim : TRY

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