WHAT'S "AILING" YOU?

New York Times, Sunday, October 23, 1994

Author: Cathy Millhauser
Editor: Will Shortz
Cathy Allis
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 144, Blocks: 76 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 12 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1994, The New York Times
Across Down
1. 60's teens : MODS
5. Bit of kelp, e.g. : ALGA
9. Italian wine city : ASTI
13. Pioneering hypnotist : MESMER
19. Drop : OMIT
20. Where the kip is currency : LAOS
21. Roll up : FURL
22. Run out : EXPIRE
23. Like many a jailbird? : SAVEDBYTHEBAIL
26. Goad : NEEDLE
27. Haughty look : SNEER
28. Body passage : ITER
29. Horned vipers : ASPS
31. Deutschland song : LIED
32. Transporting white envelopes? : RUNNINGPALEMAIL
37. Cartoonist Browne : DIK
40. Witticism : MOT
41. Mitigates : EASES
42. Erstwhile catalogue : SEARS
46. Opposed, in oaters : AGIN
48. Farm alarm : ROOSTER
52. Kind of tunnel : CARPAL
53. Dethrone : UNSEAT
55. Ill effect of some rock? : SHALESHOCK
59. Long Island Sound city : RYE
60. Nightclub : BISTRO
61. Dummy : SAP
62. Singer Tennille : TONI
63. Dappled : PIED
64. Saying : STATING
66. Méditerranée, e.g. : MER
68. Hits the hay : RETIRES
70. Chemical endings : ENES
71. Gold mine for brew lovers? : ALEDORADO
74. Author Umberto et al. : ECOS
76. Imagine : DREAMOF
78. CBer's ''bear'' : COP
79. Porky Pig's girlfriend : PETUNIA
82. Stage doings : ACTS
84. Eighth-century Chinese poet : TUFU
85. East Lansing sch. : MSU
87. Beauty parlor procedures : RINSES
88. Showy wrap : BOA
89. Result of too much filing by the manicurist? : LITTLENAIL
92. Where the bees are : APIARY
93. A Dionne : EMILIE
95. Some smiths : TINNERS
97. Leeds's river : AIRE
98. Low-lying areas : DALES
99. Expanse : TRACT
102. Brit. lexicon : OED
104. Classicist's subs. : LAT
105. Direction to the special effects guy? : GIVEEMHAILHARRY
111. Deposit : LODE
114. ''Good Luck Miss Wyckoff'' writer : INGE
115. Appear : SEEM
116. Wonderland cake message : EATME
120. Nitrogen compounds : AMINES
122. These may have been given to Ishmael? : GETWHALEWISHES
126. Kind of wheel : PADDLE
127. Cartoonist Peter : ARNO
128. King's address : SIRE
129. Rombauer of cookbook fame : IRMA
130. Drops of water, e.g. : PRISMS
131. It's ''east'' of Toledo : ESTE
132. Chuck : TOSS
133. Australian hoppers : ROOS
1. Liverwort kin : MOSS
2. Arabian land : OMAN
3. Joint : DIVE
4. Beef on the hoof : STEER
5. Garment under a chasuble : ALB
6. Lambaste : LAYINTO
7. Convicted crime boss John : GOTTI
8. Pale : ASHEN
9. Mil. post : AFB
10. Latin possessive : SUA
11. ''The Crucible'' happenings : TRIALS
12. ''Maybe'' : ILLSEE
13. Bright group : MENSA
14. River of Somersetshire : EXE
15. Bee participant : SPELLER
16. The south of France : MIDI
17. Perry's creator : ERLE
18. Saxophone, e.g. : REED
24. Recipient of a beating : DRUM
25. Physics unit : ERG
30. Canadian chiefs : PMS
33. Sewer worker of 50's TV : NORTON
34. Eponymous British Bobby : PEEL
35. Swiss river : AARE
36. Danish writer Dinesen : ISAK
37. Smears : DAUBS
38. Light : IGNITE
39. Play an amorous detective? : KISSANDTAIL
43. Where the criminal seaman ended up? : APRISONSAIL
44. Martha of ''Hellzapoppin'' : RAYE
45. Inuit conveyance : SLED
47. Some fishermen : NETTERS
49. C.I.A., once : OSS
50. Indecent : SHAMEFUL
51. Saved for future viewing : TAPED
52. Third-century date : CCII
54. Emerge : ARISE
56. Secures with seat belts : STRAPSIN
57. Broke clods : HOED
58. Successful : ONTOP
63. Money: Lat. : PECUNIA
65. Range : GAMUT
67. Old Fox sitcom : ROC
69. Put a new point on : RETIP
72. Artist's workspace : LOFT
73. Non-italic : ROMAN
75. Notched range : SIERRA
77. End in _____ : ATIE
80. Slip remover : ERASER
81. To date : ASYET
82. Slumbering : ABED
83. Robin Cook book : COMA
86. Little: Suffix : ULE
89. Actress Virna : LISI
90. Print indelibly : ETCH
91. Actress Talbot : NITA
94. Map explanations : LEGENDS
96. Gadabouts : ROAMERS
99. Lacrosse squad : TEN
100. Jamaican music : REGGAE
101. Muslim moguls : AMEERS
103. Vier preceded : DREI
106. They hold tight : VISES
107. ''-y'' equivalent : ISH
108. Part of L.C.M. : LEAST
109. Sun: Prefix : HELIO
110. Mr. Arafat : YASIR
111. Reindeer herder : LAPP
112. Sheik Abdel Rahman : OMAR
113. Conn of ''Benson'' : DIDI
117. By way of, old-style : THRO
118. Office note : MEMO
119. Those, to Juanita : ESAS
121. Hackberry, for one : ELM
123. Bang maker : TNT
124. Me, it's often said : WOE
125. Jazzman Montgomery : WES

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