WHAT A PICTURE IS WORTH

New York Times, Sunday, February 6, 2005

Author: Joel Kaplow
Editor: Will Shortz
Joel Kaplow
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 75 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Kaplow. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Reserve : ICINESS
8. Sending a duplicate, for short : CCING
13. Hold up on the road : HIJACK
19. $5,000 : MADISON
20. Something to file away : FOLDER
21. Best Supporting Actor winner for "Cocoon" : AMECHE
22. Easily snapped : BRITTLE
23. Social reformer Bloomer : AMELIA
24. Aleve alternative : MOTRIN
25. 10¢ : ROOSEVELT
27. ___ diagram : VENN
28. Often-unpaid worker : INTERN
29. City on the Danube : ULM
30. What you will : ESTATE
32. Vodka brand, briefly : STOLI
34. Make like : APE
35. Prose piece : ESSAY
38. Diplomat Boutros Boutros-___ : GHALI
40. Giants manager before Durocher : OTT
41. Dropout's goal, perhaps: Abbr. : GED
42. 100 kopecks : RUBLE
45. ___ Rafael : SAN
46. Group of dyes : AZO
47. More than a little : VERY
48. $100 : FRANKLIN
51. Great leveler : TNT
52. Dog star? : BENJI
54. Dawn deity : EOS
55. Seek damages : SUE
56. Indiana Jones's topper : FEDORA
58. Kilns : OASTS
62. Only O.K. : SOSO
64. Does nothing : IDLES
66. 25¢ or $1 : WASHINGTON
69. Problem for a deejay : SKIP
70. Secure overhead, say : STOW
71. School V.I.P. : DEAN
72. It may be played : ROLE
73. $1 : EISENHOWER
76. Problems addressed by podiatrists : CORNS
77. Utah resort : ALTA
78. Site of the Pont de Normandie : SEINE
79. Paris, for one : TROJAN
81. Understand : GET
83. Cry in cartoons : EEK
84. A conductor might pick it up : TEMPO
87. It may be labeled sl. or obs. : DEF
88. What 15 answers in this puzzle appear on : CURRENCY
90. Military flier's acronym : JATO
93. Part of some uniforms : CAP
94. Terrarium youngster : EFT
95. Better-chosen : APTER
96. "I'll take that as ___" : ANO
97. Something to do at 77-Across : SKI
98. Words following a superlative : OFALL
100. Big test : FINAL
104. Debut of 6/1/1980 : CNN
105. Color : TINCT
108. Human body's hardest substance : ENAMEL
111. Poetic preposition : ERE
112. Continue : KEEPON
114. Rime : HOAR
116. $1 : SACAGAWEA
119. Constitutional : STROLL
120. Uses as a target : AIMSAT
122. Tennessee county named for a jurist who co-founded Memphis : OVERTON
123. See 91-Down : OTOOLE
124. Bar lineup : STOOLS
125. 1¢ or $5 : LINCOLN
126. Anthony who won a Grammy for "What Kind of Fool Am I?" : NEWLEY
127. Sizing up : EYING
128. Chants : INTONES
1. Stain : IMBRUE
2. "Good Christian Men, Rejoice" and others : CAROLS
3. "Hands down" and "cold feet" : IDIOMS
4. These may be picked : NITS
5. 90° from norte : ESTE
6. Puzzle out : SOLVE
7. Oldtime daggers : SNEES
8. U.R.L. ender : COM
9. $1,000 : CLEVELAND
10. Frequent Cleese co-star : IDLE
11. Ruhr refusals : NEINS
12. $50 : GRANT
13. $10 : HAMILTON
14. "Consider the job done" : IMONIT
15. Joan who sang "I Love Rock 'n Roll" : JETT
16. Lot statistic : ACREAGE
17. Cricket, at times : CHIRPER
18. 50¢ : KENNEDY
20. Al ___ (guerrilla group) : FATAH
26. Sporter of three stars: Abbr. : LTGEN
31. They often differ : TASTES
33. Percolate slowly : OOZE
36. Prince Valiant's son : ARN
37. Stooges' laughs : YUKS
39. Tagging along : INTOW
43. Skylike : BLUISH
44. Wasn't straight with : LIEDTO
46. Bully, often : ABASER
47. Medical breakthrough of 1998 : VIAGRA
48. Comes clean, with "up" : FESSES
49. Team tenderfoot : ROOKIE
50. Whence St. Clare : ASSISI
53. Tenor Vickers : JON
56. Not as many : FEWER
57. Invisible household hazard : RADON
59. In a chop shop, say : STOLEN
60. Pre-Aztec Indian : TOLTEC
61. Backdoor : SNEAKY
63. Willingly accepting : OPENTO
65. Like some sneakers : LOWTOP
67. Show no tolerance to telemarketers : HANGUP
68. Newspaper supplement : INSERT
74. Originally : NEE
75. Gaucho's gala : RODEO
76. Lounger's cover-up : CAFTAN
80. 5¢ or $2 : JEFFERSON
82. Not kosher : TREF
85. $500 : MCKINLEY
86. Bother : PAIN
88. Serenity, in Seville : CALMA
89. Verdi's "___ tu" : ERI
90. $20 : JACKSON
91. With 123-Across, "48HRS." actress : ANNETTE
92. Serial music sequence : TONEROW
97. Fred who won the 1966 U.S. tennis championship : STOLLE
99. Holds up : LASTS
101. "Opticks" writer : NEWTON
102. Anatomical interstice : AREOLE
103. Singer Rimes and others : LEANNS
106. $10,000 : CHASE
107. Hoity-___ : TOITY
109. Potential water contaminator : ECOLI
110. "Alice" star : LAVIN
113. Banking is an important part of it : POOL
115. Mine, in Montréal : AMOI
117. Lady's escort : GENT
118. Chevron competitor : ARCO
121. Follower of arith. : ALG

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