MONEY CHANGING

New York Times, Sunday, November 29, 1998

Author: Matt Gaffney
Editor: Will Shortz
Matt Gaffney
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 136, Blocks: 72 Missing: {Z} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 48 for Mr. Gaffney. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Classic soft drink : NEHI
5. Exaggerate : OVERDO
11. L.I.R.R. stops : STAS
15. Illustrator Silverstein : SHEL
19. Wharton grad, maybe : EXEC
20. "...upon receipt ___" : HEREOF
21. First name in mysteries : ERLE
22. Mata ___ : HARI
23. Part of the Musketeers' cry : WASHINGTONFORALL
26. Neighbor of Britannia : ERIN
27. Prefix with sphere : ECO
28. 1956 Charlton Heston role : MOSES
29. Expressed : SAID
30. Rip off : FLEECE
32. Buffalo : STUMP
34. Kind of bobsled : JEFFERSONMAN
36. "See ya!" : TATA
37. Troubled capital : BEIRUT
41. "'Neath the ___" (Wellesley school song) : OAKS
42. Refined : SMELTED
44. Sandwich filler : SALAMI
47. Third party label: Abbr. : SOC
50. Big blaze : LINCOLNALARMFIRE
54. 1998 Wimbledon winner Novotna : JANA
55. Flap, so to speak : ADO
56. Stir up : ROIL
57. Capital built around Kyongbok Palace : SEOUL
58. Less covered : BARER
59. Positive : CERTAIN
61. Four-time Super Bowl-winning coach : NOLL
62. 1973 Rolling Stones #1 hit : ANGIE
63. Classic whodunit : HAMILTONLITTLEINDIANS
69. More than brighten : ELATE
70. Hebrew letters : YODS
71. Annoys : MOLESTS
72. Places for plants : SILLS
73. Acidic prefix : ACETO
75. "Beat it!" : SHOO
76. "Didn't I tell you?" : SEE
77. Lighthouse locale : ISLE
78. Game requiring no equipment : JACKSONQUESTIONS
82. What a mess : STY
83. KFC order : BUCKET
84. Ultimate challenge : EVEREST
85. Judy Garland's real surname : GUMM
86. Like some cows : SACRED
87. Suffix with techno- : CRAT
91. Partner's part, maybe : GRANTPERCENT
97. "On the Beach" novelist : SHUTE
98. Starts over : RESETS
99. Hercules fell in love with her : IOLE
100. London's ___ Road Studios : ABBEY
104. Make : NET
105. Leaning against : ANTI
106. It began in 1337 : FRANKLINYEARSWAR
110. Twice tres : SEIS
111. Farm complaint : OINK
112. Second of two : LATTER
113. ___ point (makes sense) : HASA
114. Crosses, e.g. : PENS
115. Languishes : ROTS
116. Deprecatory reactions : SNEERS
117. Saw : EYED
1. Most fresh : NEWEST
2. Betting option : EXACTA
3. Baseball announcer's phrase : HESOUT
4. I, abroad : ICH
5. Cry of horror : OHNO
6. Side dishes: Abbr. : VEGS
7. 1910's-30's Harper's Bazaar designer : ERTE
8. Old-time cars : REOS
9. Family head : DON
10. Compensate for : OFFSET
11. Part of a letter : SERIF
12. Traffic : TRADE
13. Washday brand : ALL
14. Identical : SELFSAME
15. Polishes : SHEENS
16. Part of some palaces : HAREM
17. "Steppenwolf" wife : ERICA
18. Shade of white : LINEN
24. "The Bottle ___" (Stevenson tale) : IMP
25. Klutz : OAF
31. Norse god of discord : LOKI
33. Like some Fr. nouns : MASC
34. Back stabber : JUDAS
35. Guffaw : ROAR
37. Wisconsin city or its college : BELOIT
38. Climatology subject : ELNINO
39. Type spec. : ITAL
40. Judaism, e.g.: Abbr. : REL
43. "Bad Boys" actor, 1983 : MORALES
44. 1930 tariff act co-sponsor : SMOOT
45. Not playing with ___ deck : AFULL
46. City ESE of Calais : LILLE
47. Gulfweed : SARGASSO
48. Long odds : ONEINTEN
49. Expressions of love : CARESSES
50. One of the Fates : LACHESIS
51. Don Quixote, e.g. : IDEALIST
52. As a rule : NORMALLY
53. Signs a lease with : RENTSTO
54. Girl with a gun, in an Aerosmith song : JANIE
58. Some people are stuck with them : BADLOTS
60. Lord, say : TITLE
64. Old town on the Hudson River : NYACK
65. "Two Treatises on Government" writer : LOCKE
66. Cato's clarification : IDEST
67. Arrival phrase : IMHERE
68. Prepared to hang : NOOSED
74. ___ a time : ONEAT
75. One righting a wrong, perhaps : SUER
78. Tries to get by leaping : JUMPSFOR
79. Meridian : ACME
80. Shopper's favorite : QVC
81. Longing : ITCH
83. Joke target : BUTT
85. Rock variety : GNEISS
86. Fishhook attachments : SNELLS
88. Fashion show locale : RUNWAY
89. Lounging : ATEASE
90. Foursome : TETRAD
91. Get : GRASP
92. Richards of tennis fame : RENEE
93. TV/film actor Mackenzie ___ : ASTIN
94. Smiling : RIANT
95. Dies, with "out" : CONKS
96. Hunter's quarry : ELK
97. Arab League member: Abbr. : SYR
100. Starting stake : ANTE
101. Data amount : BYTE
102. Tuborg, e.g. : BEER
103. Canal sites : EARS
107. Latin metropolis : RIO
108. Golfer Woosnam : IAN
109. That vessel : SHE

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