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New York Times, Sunday, February 7, 1999

Author: Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Nicholson Joline
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78 Missing: {FJQZ} This is puzzle # 87 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite

Notepad: The names of 12 common animals are concealed inside some of the answers in the completed grid, reading across and down. Can you find them all?
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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. El ___ : GRECO
6. It helps you see plays : SLOMO
11. N.L. batting champ, 1964, '65 and '67 : CLEMENTE
19. Dish sometimes served with bacon : LIVER
20. Kind of roll : HONOR
21. House style : COLONIAL
22. Active again : UPANDAROUND
24. Way out, computerwise : ESCAPEKEY
25. Kind of strength : TENSILE
26. It won't hold water : SIEVE
28. Odd cat : ONER
29. Figure of Arthurian legend : ENID
30. Strains : TRIES
32. ___ ha-Shanah : ROSH
35. La Fenice productions : OPERAS
38. Wrap : STOLE
40. Somerset Maugham's "___ Betters" : OUR
43. Raillery : WIT
45. Diner owner in "Beverly Hills 90210" : NAT
46. One of the newly rich : LOTTERYWINNER
50. Eur. nation : IRE
51. North Carolina county named for a Revolutionary War commander : ASHE
53. "A Doll's House" wife : NORA
54. Peak resort time : MIDSUMMER
56. Twos in the news : ITEMS
58. Ring-shaped : TORIC
61. ___-high : ACE
62. They're done for tests : DEMOS
63. Describe : RELATE
65. Persian Gulf emirate : DUBAI
67. Cross out : REDLINE
69. Korean autos : KIAS
70. Bon mot : EPIGRAM
73. Pop's Celine ___ : DION
74. Gave a rest : SPELLED
77. "Beloved" director, 1998 : DEMME
78. Woman's shoe : WEDGIE
81. Synthetic fiber : ARNEL
82. Some TV drama sets : ERS
85. Pan-fry : SAUTE
87. Peels : RINDS
88. Much-discussed sociopolitical phenomenon : GENDERGAP
90. Like the White Rabbit : LATE
92. Movie following, maybe : CULT
93. Pennsylvania ___ : AVE
94. Legendary fashion editor : DIANAVREELAND
99. Scottish river known for its salmon fishing : DEE
100. 1986-87 Mets All-Star Fernandez : SID
101. N.Y. Knicks venue : MSG
102. Some dummies : EASTS
103. Sunken ship explorers : DIVERS
105. Trading letters : NYSE
108. Raised : ERECT
110. "Hand it over!" : GIVE
111. Holidays overseas : TETS
114. Kind of manual : USERS
116. Unremarkable either way : AVERAGE
120. Settle : DETERMINE
124. Place to crouch : CATCHERSBOX
126. Member : INITIATE
127. "A Passage to India" woman ___ Quested : ADELA
128. "The House of Blue Leaves" playwright : GUARE
129. Cry of disagreement : NONSENSE
130. Arrested : RANIN
131. Satisfactory marks : ESSES
1. Superabundance : GLUT
2. Ready : RIPE
3. Sen. Bayh : EVAN
4. Church vessel : CENSER
5. Second, e.g. : ORDINAL
6. Scintilla : SHRED
7. John of London : LOO
8. Cross to bear : ONUS
9. Keep track of : MONITOR
10. Hospital figure : ORDERLY
11. Hospital amts. : CCS
12. Unglued : LOCO
13. Dash : ELAN
14. Melancholiac : MOPER
15. Calendario part : ENERO
16. Suffix with neat : NIK
17. ___ kwon do : TAE
18. Bishop of ___ ("Henry V" character) : ELY
23. Novelist Lurie : ALISON
24. Width specification : EEE
27. Penthouse feature : VIEW
31. Like a depth finder : SONIC
33. Skinny-dipping : SWIMMINGNUDE
34. Employ : HIREON
35. Walking ___ : ONAIR
36. Nursery school need : PASTE
37. Head of a noted clan : ETHELKENNEDY
38. Went boldly : STRODE
39. Destroy : TEARUP
41. Anesthetized : UNDER
42. Staff positions? : RES
44. Pauciloquent : TERSE
47. Tad : TOT
48. The Beatles' "___ Loser" : IMA
49. More rubicund : RUDDIER
52. Like modern messages : EMAILED
55. Like a Puccini aria : MELODIC
57. Not going anywhere : STALLED
59. Start of a bridge declaration : IBID
60. They may be rattled : CAGES
64. Ship's dir. : ESE
66. 1996 French film "___ Vep" : IRMA
68. One of eight Eng. kings : EDW
71. Necklace piece : AMULET
72. Some are precious : METALS
74. Continuing stories : SAGAS
75. Noted peripatetic conductor : PREVIN
76. "Cotton-Broker's Office" artist : DEGAS
79. Goof-off : IDLER
80. ___ Park : ESTES
83. Missile stat : RANGE
84. Bath installation : SPA
86. Traveler's info : ETA
89. Confines : RIM
91. French ___ : ENDIVE
95. Flashed signs : VEES
96. It may be found in a pit : RACECAR
97. "CHiPs" star of 70's-80's TV : ESTRADA
98. Fork off : DIVERGE
104. Middle of a suit? : VERSUS
106. Retains : STETS
107. Like "The Shining," e.g. : EERIE
109. "For you there's rosemary and ___": "The Winter's Tale" : RUE
110. Cartoonist Wilson : GAHAN
112. Ness, for one : TMAN
113. Meets : SITS
115. W.W. II gun : STEN
117. "___ le roi!" : ABAS
118. Staple of many video games : GORE
119. Union busters? : EXES
120. Hullabaloo : DIN
121. Rock composer Brian : ENO
122. The ___ Man : TIN
123. Family tree word : NEE
125. Year in Antoninus Pius's reign : CLI

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