MAKING A FACE

New York Times, Sunday, December 31, 2000

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 81 Missing: {JKQX} This is puzzle # 66 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

JimH notes: Connect the numbers in order to "make the face."
1
P
2
L
3
A
4
C
5
A
6
R
7
D
8
S
9
C
10
R
11
A
12
M
13
O
14
F
15
F
16
T
17
O
18
I
O
L
A
N
T
H
E
19
TWELVE
H
O
U
R
20
N
A
I
A
D
21
M
O
T
L
I
E
S
T
22
S
M
U
D
G
E
23
A
R
N
I
E
24
P
S
A
L
M
ELEVEN
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L
A
I
R
D
26
D
27
ONE
D
E
A
L
S
28
V
E
E
29
W
30
E
I
R
D
L
Y
31
L
I
S
L
E
S
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S
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D
I
34
S
H
A
M
A
N
S
35
S
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H
A
M
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E
D
A
38
H
A
S
39
TEN
40
L
A
T
I
N
I
41
S
C
E
N
E
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TWO
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O
R
T
E
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G
A
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S
T
A
G
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E
N
A
M
E
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O
48
P
49
S
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D
N
A
T
E
S
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T
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S
C
H
L
E
P
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I
F
A
L
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L
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S
O
H
O
56
T
E
L
E
57
S
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I
S
59
R
A
E
60
C
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A
62
NINE
63
R
E
T
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O
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L
66
D
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E
L
D
E
R
S
68
THREE
B
S
69
A
L
P
70
G
R
O
S
S
E
71
S
72
R
E
U
73
S
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R
A
I
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S
E
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T
A
M
O
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R
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A
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S
L
E
E
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P
81
O
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N
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S
N
L
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S
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A
L
T
I
N
E
S
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S
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A
R
T
E
R
Y
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EIGHT
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S
I
D
E
S
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A
P
P
I
91
A
N
92
FOUR
T
H
S
93
A
94
L
95
B
96
T
Z
A
R
97
S
T
E
E
R
E
D
98
C
E
E
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L
E
E
100
L
E
E
101
P
L
A
N
N
E
R
102
C
103
E
L
104
T
H
R
O
W
SEVEN
105
S
106
A
U
N
T
S
107
FIVE
A
L
I
108
V
109
E
110
A
M
A
N
A
111
I
112
N
T
R
O
S
113
C
114
O
M
B
I
N
E
R
115
R
A
T
E
R
116
D
E
E
P
SIX
117
B
R
A
I
D
I
N
G
118
S
N
E
R
D
119
S
A
S
S
120
C
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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Show bills : PLACARDS
9. Pull an all-nighter : CRAM
13. "___ the races!" : OFFTO
18. Gilbert & Sullivan operetta : IOLANTHE
19. Like some cold medicines : TWELVEHOUR
20. Water nymph : NAIAD
21. Most varicolored : MOTLIEST
22. Fingerprint, say : SMUDGE
23. Links legend, informally : ARNIE
24. It begins "In the Lord I take refuge" : PSALMELEVEN
25. Member of Nixon's cabinet : LAIRD
26. Signed contracts : DONEDEALS
28. Notch : VEE
29. In an odd way : WEIRDLY
31. Fine threads : LISLES
32. Star Wars letters : SDI
34. Tribal V.I.P.'s : SHAMANS
35. Fake : SHAM
37. Writer LeShan : EDA
38. Rush : HASTEN
40. Where "amo, amas, amat" is learned : LATINI
41. Part of an act : SCENETWO
43. Former head of Nicaragua : ORTEGA
45. Rudolph Valentino, e.g. : STAGENAME
47. Photo ___ : OPS
50. This may prove one's innocence : DNATEST
52. Not a quick jaunt : SCHLEP
53. Patsy Cline's "___ to Pieces" : IFALL
55. Coventry Street locale : SOHO
56. Intelligently planned progress : TELESIS
59. Comic Charlotte : RAE
60. Like some faithful friends : CANINE
63. Like old jokes : RETOLD
67. Grandparents, e.g. : ELDERS
68. Bach, Beethoven and Brahms : THREEBS
69. Yodeler's perch : ALP
70. Film industry data : GROSSES
72. Defendant at law : REUS
74. Bring up : RAISE
76. Villainous queen in "Titus Andronicus" : TAMORA
79. Think about : SLEEPON
83. The Blues Brothers sang here: Abbr. : SNL
84. Potato chip feature : SALTINESS
87. Heart line : ARTERY
88. Stop sign feature : EIGHTSIDES
90. ___ Way : APPIAN
92. Quarters : FOURTHS
93. Father's wear : ALB
96. Palace ruler: Var. : TZAR
97. Navigated : STEERED
98. Century starter? : CEE
99. Actress Sobieski : LEELEE
101. Datebook : PLANNER
102. Animation sheet : CEL
104. Do well at craps : THROWSEVENS
106. Some doters on babies : AUNTS
107. Popular citrus drink : FIVEALIVE
110. Appliance maker : AMANA
111. Opening remarks : INTROS
113. Mix master? : COMBINER
115. Critic : RATER
116. Dispose of : DEEPSIX
117. Uniform's decoration : BRAIDING
118. What a dummy! : SNERD
119. Lip : SASS
120. Links : CONNECTS
1. Go-between, of sorts : PIMP
2. Stops in London : LOOS
3. Much-visited Web site : ALTAVISTA
4. Street, in San Juan : CALLE
5. Japanese cartoons : ANIME
6. Way from Syracuse, N.Y., to Harrisburg, Pa. : RTEELEVEN
7. Baseball figures: Abbr. : DHS
8. Congeal : SET
9. Rude ones : CHURLS
10. Actor McDowall : RODDY
11. Time-off time, maybe: Abbr. : AUG
12. Four-footed TV star : MRED
13. One way to stop : ONADIME
14. Travelocity.com info : FARES
15. Grand time? : FINALE
16. Shadowed : TAILED
17. German victory site, October 1941 : ODESSA
19. When the ball drops at Times Square : TWELVEMIDNIGHT
22. River to Lake Champlain : SARANAC
25. Maximums : LIMITS
27. Narrow, in a way : ONELANE
29. Former N.H.L. rival : WHA
30. Chows down : EATS
32. Like show horses : SHOD
33. "Oh, crumb!" : DARN
34. Horror film figure : SLASHER
35. Flew the coop, old-style : SCAPED
36. Bottom line? : HEM
39. Beliefs : TENETS
41. Fishhook attachment : SNELL
42. ___ a kind (pair) : TWOOF
44. Fab Four member : GEORGE
46. Gen. Robt. ___ : ELEE
48. Many a golf course hole : PARTHREE
49. Generous slice of the pie : SLAB
51. 1939 movie dog : TOTO
53. Mint, e.g. : ISSUER
54. Guitar master Paul : LES
57. Talks on Sun. : SERS
58. St. Columba's locale : IRELAND
60. Word with mail or rail : CAR
61. "Ah, me!" : ALAS
62. It's in the back row, right of center : NINEPIN
64. Stable worker : OSTLER
65. Future litigators' exams: Abbr. : LSATS
66. Bruce's ex : DEMI
71. Beethoven's violin piece in A, Op. 30 : SONATANOSIX
73. When some Wimbledon matches are won : SETFOUR
75. Trickiness : SLEIGHT
77. Is self-reproachful : REPENTS
78. Poplars : ASPENS
80. Animal house? : PETCLINIC
81. "What's Hecuba to him ___ to Hecuba": Hamlet : ORHE
82. Wall Street table heading: Abbr. : NYSE
84. It's smallish, dresswise : SIZESEVEN
85. Oklahoma city : ADA
86. Court addressee : SIRE
89. Airline worker : STEWARD
91. ___ Lingus : AER
93. Hitching posts? : ALTARS
94. ___ Brothers : LEHMAN
95. Dress down : BERATE
97. Fine restaurant no-nos : SLURPS
100. Soloist? : LONER
101. Spreads : PATES
102. Rustic digs : CABIN
103. Pass over : ELIDE
105. Caesar and others : SIDS
107. Like an N.B.A. team : FIVEMAN
108. Blazer's detail : VENT
109. Work units : ERGS
112. Museum funder: Abbr. : NEA
113. Respected media inits. : CBC
114. Spanish treasure : ORO

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