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New York Times, Sunday, March 21, 1999

Author: Lloyd E. Pollet
Editor: Will Shortz
Lloyd E. Pollet
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 76 Missing: {X} This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Pollet. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Chew (out) : BAWL
5. Roost, so to speak : DWELL
10. ___-fi : SCI
13. Photo marrer : SMUDGE
19. Sore : ACHY
20. Lines on sonar screens : RADII
21. The "O" of Cheerios : OAT
22. Packing a wallop : POTENT
23. Blessed side dish with hot dogs? : BOONBAKEDBEANS
26. Bakery attractions : AROMAS
27. Rocketeers : SPACEMEN
28. Parts that are thrown away : RINDS
29. Cleaner's challenge : SPOT
30. Cattle in a cattle drive : HEAD
31. Cool cat : DADDYO
32. Sinn ___ : FEIN
33. German industrial family : KRUPPS
36. Angling equipment : LURES
37. Submarine-launched missile : POLARIS
40. Expiration : FINIS
41. Tot's hair-setting equipment? : BABYROLLERS
44. Singer DiFranco : ANI
45. Woods critter : COON
46. "Star Wars" princess : LEIA
47. Site of a helix and antihelix : EAR
48. Hellenic letters : ETAS
49. O. J. Simpson as a bard? : POETICJUICE
53. Portuguese king, 1861-89 : LUIZ
54. Putterers : AMATEURS
58. Fencing action : LUNGE
59. Palooka : GALOOT
61. Homes for struggling artists : GARRETS
62. "Happy Days" character : MALPH
63. Chili con carne ingredient : CAYENNE
64. Natives of Mork's home planet : ORKANS
65. Racer Andretti : MARIO
66. Shakespeare's Duke of ___ : SOMERSET
67. Garden beauty : IRIS
68. Critic at Cape Canaveral? : ROCKETBOOER
70. ___ impasse : ATAN
71. Treasure on the Spanish Main : ORO
72. Twelve ___ : OAKS
73. Color of le ciel : BLEU
77. John : LAV
78. Physician at home where the buffalo roam? : DRRANGELOVE
83. Hospital caution : QUIET
84. Money derived from an old union : ALIMONY
86. Related on one's mother's side : ENATE
87. Flummox : PUZZLE
88. Badgers : NAGS
89. Satisfying sounds : CHORDS
91. At the home of : CHEZ
92. Subordinates of 99-Down : SGTS
93. New Testament king : HEROD
94. Patent medicines, supposedly : CUREALLS
98. One of the Pirates of Penzance : SAMUEL
100. Hadrian's Wall? : ENGLISHBARRIER
102. Famous landing point : ARARAT
103. Jackie's second : ARI
104. Inventor Howe : ELIAS
105. "Phooey!" : DRAT
106. Egrets and such : WADERS
107. Actress Carrere : TIA
108. Past: Fr. : SONNE
109. Emmy-winning Thompson : SADA
1. Barbara, familiarly : BABS
2. "Rent-___" (1988 flick) : ACOP
3. "Hold up!" : WHOA
4. Keystone, e.g.: Var. : LYNCHPIN
5. Hostage situations : DRAMAS
6. Roused : WAKED
7. 1950's British P.M. : EDEN
8. Ceiling : LID
9. Part of a school : LIBRARY
10. Whoosis : SOANDSO
11. Brittle, say : CANDY
12. "___ Easy" (1977 hit) : ITSSO
13. Takeoff place? : SPA
14. Tidbits : MORSELS
15. Dreamland : UTOPIA
16. Provisions in Hell? : DEMONRATIONS
17. Black fly : GNAT
18. Certain celeb news shows : ETS
24. Modern notifications : BEEPS
25. Pond denizen : EIDER
31. Persian Gulf port : DUBAI
32. Like one debate side : FOR
33. Fast-food inits. : KFC
34. Uruguay, for one : RIO
35. Classic card game : UNO
36. French beverages : LAITS
37. ___ Noël : PERE
38. Like some defensive basketball players : INAZONE
39. Adolescent nickname : SIS
41. Round units : BEERS
42. "Psycho" co-star : LEIGH
43. Some froufrou : LACE
46. Lummoxes : LOUTS
48. Calculus pioneer : EULER
49. Pounding parts : PEENS
50. University in Worcester, Mass. : CLARK
51. Musical London : JULIE
52. Begin a plant relocation : UNPOT
53. Bed : LAYER
54. "It's ___!" (thumbs-up reply) : AGO
55. Kind of vows : MARITAL
56. Like the beasts on Noah's boat after 40 days and 40 nights? : ARKRAVINGMAD
57. Prepare : TRAIN
59. Battleships and war, e.g. : GAMES
60. Ethnic New Year celebration : TET
62. With 80-Down, peach center : MACON
63. Archbishop of New York, 1968-83 : COOKE
65. N.F.L. coach Jim : MORA
66. Wine from Verona : SOAVE
68. Actor Calhoun : RORY
69. Sends packing : BOOTS
70. ___ king : ALA
73. Cantankerous oldsters : BUZZARDS
74. Smith or Taylor : LIZ
75. Sushi offering : EEL
76. Beehive State athlete : UTE
78. Bookmark alternative : DOGSEAR
79. T.L.C. givers : RNS
80. See 62-Down : GEORGIA
81. Register : ENROL
82. Boys of song : LADDIES
83. Mysterious : QUEER
85. Ready for harvest : MATURE
87. Express : PHRASE
89. Fudge : CHEAT
90. Artist Toulouse-Lautrec : HENRI
91. Like some cigars : CUBAN
92. "___ Smile" (1976 hit) : SARA
94. Gab : CHIN
95. Dough for pizza : LIRA
96. Detective's need : LEAD
97. Cousin of Mlle. : SRTA
98. Circular ___ : SAW
99. See 92-Across : LTS
101. Pavement caution in California : SLO

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