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New York Times, Sunday, November 17, 2002

Author: Richard and Judith Martin
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Martin
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 70 Missing: {JQZ} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Martin. This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Martin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Writer Morrison and others : TONIS
6. Scads : ALOT
10. Parts of some pins : FLAGS
15. Not out : SAFE
19. Like Bo-Peep's charges : OVINE
20. Animal that may charge : BOAR
21. Kind of order : IONIC
22. Central point : CRUX
23. Biloxi to Galveston, e.g.? : GULFCOURSE
25. Manic cabbie's sign? : NUTFORHIRE
27. Dish that often has a filling : OMELETTE
28. Parts of an athletic schedule : MEETS
30. Ampules : PHIALS
31. Hubbubs : ADOS
32. Epilogues : CODAS
33. Mars, e.g. : DEUS
34. Play to a C-Span camera : ORATE
37. Less ruddy : PALER
38. Unwelcome snorer : ROOMMATE
42. Slipper : MULE
43. Result of Sammy Sosa wearing a tight shoe? : CORNONTHECUB
46. D.O.T. org. : FAA
47. Pitying cry : ALAS
48. Runs a tab : OWES
49. Bridge position : EAST
50. Places of withdrawal : ATMS
51. Old what's-___-name : HER
52. Novitiate? : NUNSTARTER
56. Kind of sole : CREPE
57. Where sleeves come from : ARMHOLES
59. Sits on a windowsill, say : COOLS
60. Capture : CORRAL
61. Emulated a dove : COOED
62. Gives wide berth to : SHUNS
63. Hungarian-born financier/philanthropist : SOROS
64. "Cheers" name : MALONE
66. 1948 event dubbed "Operation Sandstone" : ATEST
67. A bit : SOMEWHAT
70. Life-threatening : ACUTE
71. Young New England terriers? : BOSTONPUPS
73. Dos preceder : UNO
74. Birds of the Arabian Nights : ROCS
75. Meager : POOR
77. What's more : ALSO
78. Start to morph? : ECTO
79. Rub the wrong way : IRK
80. 1990's soaring asset values? : FUNDMEMORIES
84. "Laugh-In" segment : SKIT
85. Settle securely : ENSCONCE
87. Come by : VISIT
88. "Garden of Earthly Delights" painter : BOSCH
89. "That's ___!" : ALIE
90. 1960's-70's C.I.A. chief : HELMS
91. Launch : BOAT
93. "The Hobbit" locales : SHIRES
96. Trunk : TORSO
97. Deluges : TORRENTS
101. Stallion? : HUBBYHORSE
103. "The Hunt for Red October" and others? : SUBSTORIES
105. Imperial or Blue Bonnet : OLEO
106. Stage directions : EXITS
107. Neighbor of Armenia : IRAN
108. CBer's number : NINER
109. Like some floors : WAXY
110. Nightstick? : ROOST
111. Old-fashioned letter opener : SIRS
112. Hustles : SCAMS
1. Not for here : TOGO
2. Breakfast item in old Rome? : OVUM
3. Where young Moses was found : NILE
4. Exaggerates : INFLATES
5. Be a union buster? : SECEDE
6. Touches : ABUTS
7. Old stories : LORE
8. The U.S. and Can. are in it : OAS
9. Relative of vibrato : TREMOLO
10. Renoirs, Botticellis, etc. : FINEART
11. Lummoxes : LOUTS
12. Myrmecologist's study : ANTS
13. Computer file suffix : GIF
14. Eyeball : SCOPEOUT
15. The Protestant Reformation, e.g. : SCHISM
16. Greek nymph with a musical-sounding name : ARIA
17. Prepare for storage, as papyrus : FURL
18. Ones who may not be on speaking terms : EXES
24. Ear: Prefix : OTO
26. Curve on the surface of a sphere : RHUMB
29. Land west of Nod : EDEN
32. "Thou ___ make me clean" (leper's words to Jesus) : CANST
33. E.R. figures : DOCS
34. City across the river from Council Bluffs : OMAHA
35. Monarch, for one : RULER
36. Sounds heard when a fox enters a henhouse? : ALARMCLUCKS
37. Fourth estate : PRESS
38. Parents : REARS
39. When you might hear "gee whiz"? : AFTERSHUCKS
40. Home of Busch Gardens : TAMPA
41. Art prop : EASEL
43. Grand ___ : COULEE
44. Had : OWNED
45. Items of dressy attire : HEELS
50. Pointer : ARROW
52. Who "ever loved you more than I," in song : NOONE
53. Heart afflictions : ACHES
54. Get up : ROUST
55. Scout rider : TONTO
56. Nuclei : CORES
58. Relatives of raspberries : HOOTS
60. Sane, briefly : COMPOS
62. Rush : STORM
63. Lush : SOUSE
64. Poe's "The Mystery of ___ Roget" : MARIE
65. Some kind of a nut : ACORN
66. Dwelling : ABODE
67. Champagne container : SPLIT
68. Buffoonish : ANTIC
69. Baby ___ : TOOTH
72. Nose part : NARIS
75. Spanker, e.g. : PUNISHER
76. Popular story start : ONCE
78. Incomprehensible : ESOTERIC
80. House speaker before Gingrich : FOLEY
81. High point : EVEREST
82. Wire units : MILS
83. Learning method : OSMOSIS
86. Container for acid : CARBOY
88. Tycoons : BARONS
90. Letterman, Leno, etc. : HOSTS
91. Cable managers, for short : BOSNS
92. Table scrap : ORT
93. It's just a little out of place : SHOW
94. Outdoor party entertainment : HULA
95. Wild goat : IBEX
96. The Stooges, e.g. : TRIO
97. Slopes lift : TBAR
98. Craft of 1492 : NINA
99. Swarm : TEEM
100. Old political divs. : SSRS
102. Tic-tac-toe loser : OXO
104. Mentalist Geller : URI

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