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New York Times, Sunday, November 16, 1997

Author: Frank Longo
Editor: Will Shortz
Frank Longo
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 76 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 30 for Mr. Longo. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Hater of green eggs and ham : SAMIAM
7. Puzzle solver's exclamation : IHAVEIT
14. Foil giant : ALCOA
19. Iago's wife : EMILIA
20. "Amadeus" antagonist : SALIERI
21. Clips : SHEARS
22. Keep in touch with the kids I raised? : CALLMYCHILDREN
24. Family life, figuratively : HEARTH
25. Transport for Tarzan : LIANA
26. Cove : RIA
27. Dismissal : HEAVEHO
28. Big name in action films catches game? : CLINTTRAPS
31. Thwart the progress of United We Stand? : CROSSPEROT
34. Boxcar rider, maybe : HOBO
35. Run-D.M.C., e.g. : TRIO
36. Seven: Prefix : HEPTA
37. Looks for : AWAITS
40. Auberge : INN
41. TV's "Murder ___" : ONE
42. Dome home : IGLOO
47. Constellation north of Taurus : PERSEUS
49. Costal fracture? : CRACKOFRIBS
52. Tidbit : CRUMB
55. Deborah's "The King and I" co-star : YUL
56. Uniform decoration : EPAULET
57. Businesses : SHOPS
61. Updates an atlas : REMAPS
63. Spud bud : EYE
64. Actress Sorvino : MIRA
65. Teetotaler's choice : COLA
66. Something too tough for talons? : CLAWBREAKER
68. "Like ___ not!" : ITOR
69. Not name : OMIT
70. Free : RID
71. Beat : BESTED
72. St. ___ University : JOHNS
73. Investor's concern : REVENUE
75. "___ in apple" : AAS
76. Draw forth : EDUCE
78. Country legend tees off? : CLINEDRIVES
80. Thick vegetable soup : POTTAGE
85. Hilton alternative : HYATT
86. Ad ___ : LIB
87. Atlantis docked with it : MIR
90. Pressure, in a way : LEANON
91. Garth Brooks's birthplace : TULSA
93. Former Davis Cup coach : ASHE
95. Tasty : GOOD
96. Sculptor's creation? : CLAYPERSON
101. Overfill airplane areas? : CLOGCABINS
104. Loser : ALSORAN
105. "Gotcha" : AHA
106. Vacuum tube filler : ARGON
107. "I Will Survive" singer : GAYNOR
108. Psycho with intense desires? : CRAVINGLUNATIC
114. Touches up : EMENDS
115. Rival of Oprah : ROLONDA
116. Pledge : SURETY
117. "Bullitt" director Peter : YATES
118. Unfriendly quality : ICINESS
119. Book of the Apocrypha : ESDRAS
1. Like some wine : SEC
2. Grp. with a staff in its symbol : AMA
3. Pressure unit : MILLIBAR
4. Algonquian Indian confederation : ILLINOIS
5. Prepare to shoot : AIMAT
6. Old-fashioned contraction : MAYNT
7. Cousin of -esque : ISH
8. Kind of curve : HAIRPIN
9. Jazzman Mose : ALLISON
10. "Mi ___ Loca" (Pam Tillis hit) : VIDA
11. Poet's adverb : EER
12. Burn up : IRE
13. Shanty material : TIN
14. Lots : AHEAP
15. Buzz off : LEAVE
16. Mother Teresa, notably : CARER
17. Right at the beginning? : ORTHO
18. "It's worth ___!" : ASHOT
21. The Beatles' "___ Woman" : SHESA
23. Links rental : CART
27. Pres. initials : HST
28. Crack in the cold, maybe : CHAP
29. "Frank & Jesse" co-star : LOWE
30. First name in shipping : ARI
31. Glee clubs : CHORUSES
32. Kind of artery : RENAL
33. The U.A.E. belongs to it : OPEC
38. P.I.'s : TECS
39. South, to the south : SUR
42. "___ Man Answers" (1962 comedy) : IFA
43. "The Taming of the Shrew" servant : GRUMIO
44. Bebe's "Cheers" role : LILITH
45. King of the fairies : OBERON
46. To astronomers, they're hot and blue : OSTARS
48. Comparatively cantankerous : SURLIER
49. Durable wood : CYPRESS
50. Nervous : KEYEDUP
51. Dial letters : OPER
53. Beverage for Beowulf : MEAD
54. 528i or Z3, e.g. : BMW
57. Toast : SCORCH
58. Hardly handsome : HOMELY
59. "Twelfth Night" countess : OLIVIA
60. It may be pending : PATENT
62. Israel's first U.N. representative : ABBAEBAN
63. Squeezed (out) : EKED
66. "Phooey!" : CRUD
67. Tucked away : ATE
72. Ballet jump : JETE
74. Spiker's barrier : NET
75. Dispatch boat : AVISO
77. Old radio's ___ Stoopnagle : COL
79. Pandora's boxful : ILLS
81. Poster material : TAGBOARD
82. Pastor, sometimes : ANOINTER
83. Proceed : GOON
84. Loaf pair : ENDS
87. Man alternative : MACHINE
88. Archipelago components : ISLANDS
89. Christogram letter : RHO
91. Crying : TEARS
92. Cinerary vessel : URN
94. On a par, in Paris : EGAL
96. Not forthright : CAGEY
97. Andes climber : LLAMA
98. To date : ASYET
99. Department north of Nièvre : YONNE
100. Elbows : PRODS
102. Pouring pot : CRUSE
103. "___ Dei" : AGNUS
105. Calling company? : AVON
108. ___ de coeur (pained utterance) : CRI
109. Sinbad's transport : ROC
110. Loser to Norton, 1973 : ALI
111. It may be natural : GAS
112. Sade's "Is ___ Crime" : ITA
113. Young and Coleman : CYS

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