IT'S IN THERE!

New York Times, Sunday, February 10, 2002

Author: Harvey Estes & Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Harvey Estes
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Nancy Salomon
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 74 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 63 for Mr. Estes. This is puzzle # 82 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. One of the friends on "Friends" : ROSS
5. Fictional circumnavigator : FOGG
9. Does a Sylvester impression : LISPS
14. Mosque heads : IMAMS
19. "... for ___ care!" : ALLI
20. Superman's mother : LARA
21. Key : ISLET
22. Favorite babysitters, maybe : NANAS
23. For-display-only deli items? : FAUXPITAS
25. Protest that eventually dies out? : MORTALSITIN
27. Shooter's setting : FSTOP
28. Pitcher's delivery : SPIEL
30. Girded : STEELED
31. Potherb mint : HYSSOP
33. Joust verbally : SPAR
35. Eden was one : EARL
36. Gut reaction? : OOF
38. "Ed Wood" director Burton : TIM
39. Causes of rain in London? : BRITAINSTORMS
44. Touch upon : ABUT
46. Aeneas abandoned her : DIDO
48. Poets' dark periods : EENS
49. Prize : ESTEEM
50. Song that doesn't go on forever? : FINITETUNE
53. Small portions : DRAMS
55. Class-conscious org.? : NEA
56. Matzoh meal? : SEDER
57. At the front of the line : NEXT
59. Harry's successor : IKE
60. Ice cream purchases : PINTS
62. Museum piece : RELIC
65. Like some restaurant orders : TOGO
67. Where El Niño comes from : SPANISH
69. Decision for Dracula? : TOBITEORNOTTOBITE
72. Track meet lineup : HURDLES
74. Flies and such : BAIT
75. Come after : ENSUE
76. Do away with : ERASE
77. Dallas dribbler, briefly : MAV
79. See 80-Down : CUBS
81. Fiesta fare : TACOS
85. 23rd Hebrew letter : TAV
86. Phantasmal : EERIE
88. Baby bloomer? : PETITEROSE
91. Anxious : UNEASY
94. Political columnist Charen : MONA
96. Star sci. : ASTR
97. Satirist Mort : SAHL
98. Well-mannered gymnast? : POLITEVAULTER
101. Danube locale: Abbr. : AUS
103. Mule of song : SAL
104. Rough breathing : RALE
105. Channel choker : SILT
106. Erred big-time : BLEWIT
108. Targets, collectively : HITLIST
111. "Star Wars" name : VADER
113. Mr. Television : BERLE
115. Kilted musician everyone feels sorry for? : PITIEDPIPER
117. Flippant attitude toward the I.R.S.? : TAXLEVITY
120. Frog removers? : AHEMS
121. Squeezing (out) : EKING
122. Censorship-fighting org. : ACLU
123. Watering holes : INNS
124. Rival of Ajax : COMET
125. Salon job : RINSE
126. Literally, "injured" : LESE
127. "Hud" Oscar winner : NEAL
1. W.W. II bombers : RAF
2. Norwegian saint : OLAF
3. Money for who-knows-what : SLUSHFUND
4. A mile a minute : SIXTY
5. Half a platter : FLIPSIDE
6. Bit in a horse's mouth : OAT
7. Fathom : GRASP
8. Have a sudden inspiration? : GASP
9. Green dessert : LIMEPIE
10. Walled off : ISOLATED
11. Camera type, briefly : SLR
12. Bad moods : PETS
13. ___ Island : STATEN
14. Magazine fallout? : INSERTS
15. One-piece swimsuit : MAILLOT
16. Pay to play : ANTE
17. Marian, for one : MAID
18. 1040 info: Abbr. : SSN
24. Put up : POST
26. Flat contracts : LEASES
29. Med. country : ISR
32. Drop : OMIT
34. Went wild : RANRIOT
36. Bozos : OAFS
37. Stage award : OBIE
39. Exemplar of dryness : BONE
40. Author Dinesen : ISAK
41. "The Day the Earth Stood Still" star Michael : RENNIE
42. Boy-girl link : MEETS
43. Hard show to get tickets for : SMASH
45. Bars on cars : TIERODS
47. No Mensa member : DUNCE
51. Soprano : TREBLE
52. One of a Hollywood crowd? : EXTRA
54. Quantum physics particle : MESON
58. Mixer of a sort : TONIC
60. Nevada native : PAIUTE
61. Deeply touched, perhaps : INTEARS
63. Many an excuse : LIE
64. Knocker's announcement : ITSME
66. Stood : GOTUP
68. "Mystery!" shower : PBS
69. Go places : TRAVEL
70. Hardly subtle : OBVIOUS
71. Lab work : TESTS
72. In a lather : HETUP
73. Heavens: Prefix : URANO
78. First word of Virgil's "Aeneid" : ARMA
80. With 79-Across, babes in the woods? : BEAR
82. Place to patrol : COASTLINE
83. Dept. of Labor arm : OSHA
84. Convince : SELL
86. Lens cover? : EYELID
87. Adds pizazz to : ENLIVENS
89. Leaning letters: Abbr. : ITAL
90. Staunch : TRUEBLUE
92. Some advertisers buy it : AIRTIME
93. Most musty : STALEST
95. Not in custody : ATLARGE
99. Evening bell : VESPER
100. Announcement in a waiting area: Abbr. : ETD
102. ___'Pea : SWEE
106. Support : BRACE
107. Monte ___ of Cooperstown : IRVIN
108. "Farmer in the Dell" syllables : HIHO
109. Tabloid twosome : ITEM
110. Polynesian pendant : TIKI
112. Bibliog. space saver : ETAL
114. European erupter : ETNA
115. D.C. donator : PAC
116. Olympics souvenir : PIN
118. Big sizes, briefly : XLS
119. Fashion letters : YSL

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