GO WITH THE FLOW

New York Times, Sunday, October 14, 2007

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 74 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 155 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Film character who says "Play it once, Sam, for old times' sake" : ILSA
5. Clear furniture material : LUCITE
11. Doctrines : ISMS
15. Having no cost, in Cologne : FREI
19. Arrive : LAND
20. Choirs may sing in it : UNISON
21. On : ATOP
22. Make over : REDO
23. Base for many French fries : IDAHOPOTATO
25. "Are we finished?" : MAYIGONOW
27. C2H4, e.g. : ALKENE
28. 1987 Nicolas Cage/Holly Hunter film : RAISINGARIZONA
30. Caterpillar competitor : DEERE
31. One of two school colors (along with heliotrope) of New York's Purchase College : PUCE
32. Beluga delicacy : ROE
33. French pupil : ELEVE
34. Ends of sandwiches? : ESSES
36. Light, maybe : MATCH
38. "Nearer the Moon" author Nin : ANAIS
40. Was really agitated : SEETHED
43. "The fix ___" : ISIN
45. French way : RUE
47. Letters of compassion : TLC
48. Setting of Blackmore's "Lorna Doone" : EXMOOR
49. Titles at A.B.A. mtgs. : ESQS
50. Doesn't keep from : TELLS
52. "Boola Boola" singer : ELI
53. Big car racer sponsor : STP
54. 1950 #1 hit for Patti Page : TENNESSEEWALTZ
58. Tenor in "The Flying Dutchman" : ERIK
60. Yuletide quaff : NOG
61. Time ___ : INC
62. Sounds of relief : AAHS
65. Robert Redford film ... and a hint to what occurs at 23-, 28-, 54-, 77-, 111- and 116-Across : ARIVERRUNSTHROUGHIT
72. "Buona ___" : SERA
73. Pops : PAS
74. 85-Across, e.g.: Abbr. : ISP
75. Tiny fraction of a min. : NSEC
77. Lead-in to "Show me!" : IMFROMMISSOURI
84. "Get it?" : SEE
85. AOL alternative : MSN
88. Tedious : PROSY
89. Excellent, slangily : PHAT
90. Ready for an emergency : ONCALL
92. Ear: Prefix : OTO
93. High fashion inits. : YSL
94. Like cotton candy : SPUN
95. Works on, as a set of tires : ROTATES
96. Toscanini's birthplace : PARMA
99. Anwar's successor : HOSNI
101. Florida snapper : GATOR
102. She was wild about Harry : LEONA
104. Rock's ___ Fighters : FOO
105. Not showing one's age, in a way : SPRY
107. Harding who made headlines in 1994 : TONYA
111. 1915 song that popularized the phrase "Hail! Hail! The gang's all here" : ALABAMAJUBILEE
114. Muscle relaxant : VALIUM
115. Party people? : POLITICOS
116. Ice cream treat : BAKEDALASKA
118. Zodiac symbol : BULL
119. "Bee Season" star, 2005 : GERE
120. Not unaware of the joke : INONIT
121. Pugilist Spinks : LEON
122. Eye doctor's concern : STYE
123. "What are the ___?" : ODDS
124. Soaks in water : STEEPS
125. Timeless Turner : TINA
1. Poem that ends with the funeral of Hector : ILIAD
2. Scooper : LADLE
3. Gem State stream : SNAKE
4. Follow : ADHERETO
5. 1966 hit "Little Latin ___ Lu" : LUPE
6. Card game with a draw pile : UNO
7. Kumquat, for one : CITRUS
8. Esau's father : ISAAC
9. Funny Fields : TOTIE
10. Genesis son : ENOS
11. Retort to "You are a liar!" : IAMNOT
12. They get props for their work on Broadway : STAGECREW
13. 1998 French Open winner Carlos ___ : MOYA
14. Church bell locale : SPIRE
15. Like some assets and smiles : FROZEN
16. Give a face-lift : RENOVATE
17. Al Bundy player : EDONEILL
18. A Siouan : IOWA
24. Having no sequel : ONESHOT
26. Grand Canyon State stream : GILA
29. Modern home of ancient Media : IRAN
31. Walker, briefly : PED
35. Composed : SERENE
36. Volunteer State and Show Me State stream : MISSISSIPPI
37. Dance accompanied by a gourd drum : HULA
39. Astron., e.g. : SCI
40. Zaire's Mobutu ___ Seko : SESE
41. Cast of thousands : EXTRAS
42. Variety of apple : EMPIRE
43. British verb ending : ISE
44. Geometric figs. : SQS
46. Pipe joint : ELL
49. Many a NASA worker: Abbr. : ENGR
50. Georgia ___ : TECH
51. Antler holder : STAG
55. Lillehammer's land: Abbr. : NOR
56. Med. specialty : ENT
57. Newswoman Paula : ZAHN
59. Soprano ___ Te Kanawa : KIRI
63. Treat as a villain : HISSAT
64. Political writer Shelby ___ : STEELE
66. Improvise : VAMP
67. "Nothing ___ sleeve" : UPMY
68. "Platoon" setting : NAM
69. Laughfest : RIOT
70. Big Ten sch. : OSU
71. Pull out : UPROOT
76. Toon pics : CELS
78. Stay too long at the beach : FRY
79. ___ Hashana : ROSH
80. Body of water seen in Munch's "The Scream" : OSLOFJORD
81. Moo ___ pork : SHU
82. ___ Clemente : SAN
83. Altogether : INTOTAL
85. Swab : MOP
86. Abruptly stop : STALLOUT
87. "I'm serious!" : NOREALLY
91. Supermodel on the cover of Sports Illustrated's 1982 swimsuit issue : CAROLALT
94. Name-dropper, perhaps : SNOB
95. Unit of light : RAY
97. Heart of Dixie stream : MOBILE
98. Gray matter?: Abbr. : ANAT
100. Juicers : SOUSES
101. Author of "The Third Man," 1949 : GREENE
103. Friend of Carlos : AMIGO
105. Pitch : SLANT
106. Orange ___ : PEKOE
108. Child of Asian parents : NISEI
109. The Last Frontier stream : YUKON
110. Range maker : AMANA
111. Alerts, for short : APBS
112. Opposite of blew : ACED
113. Cousin of a stork : IBIS
114. Chocolate factory needs : VATS
117. Salsa or guacamole : DIP

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