TRAM TOUR

New York Times, Sunday, March 5, 2000

Author: Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Nicholson Joline
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 78 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 92 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. They're stuffed in delis : PITAS
6. Train : TEACH
11. Kids' game : PATACAKE
19. Jiggers? : IRISH
20. Uncertain : ATSEA
21. Like pigs' feet : MARINATED
22. Julia Roberts/Hugh Grant film : NOTTINGHILL
24. Best-selling 1969 album : ABBEYROAD
25. Willa Cather heroine : ANTONIA
26. John, Paul and George: Abbr. : STS
27. Part of U.N.L.V. : LAS
28. Like 47-Down's bubbles : TINY
29. Kay Kyser's "___ Reveille" : TIL
30. He was Plato in "Rebel Without a Cause" : SAL
31. Emphatic type: Abbr. : ITAL
33. Electrify : AWE
35. Sneaks one past : ACES
37. Radar gun wielder : COP
39. Where Eliza Doolittle met Henry Higgins : COVENTGARDEN
45. Imagined : OPINED
48. Dispositions : NATURES
49. Have ___ at : AGO
50. Marmalade-loving bear : PADDINGTON
54. Rama VII's domain : SIAM
55. Gastronomic capital of France : LYON
56. ___ artery : ILIAC
57. At another time : ANON
59. Split : VAMOOSE
61. Refreshment stands : KIOSKS
63. Köln's river : RHEIN
65. ___ four : PETIT
66. Organ with a drum in it : EAR
67. Theme of this puzzle : LONDONLOCALES
70. ___ Mochis, Mexico : LOS
73. Restaurant stack : MENUS
74. Sinner's motivator? : DEVIL
75. "Fiddler on the Roof" setting : SHTETL
77. Eyeballed : GAPEDAT
80. Adventure : SAGA
81. Sound : AUDIO
82. Felt bad about : RUED
83. Counterfeiters' nemeses : TMEN
86. "Upstairs, Downstairs" setting : EATONPLACE
89. "Fables in Slang" author : ADE
90. Semi drivers? : DIESELS
93. Hardly hardworking : REMISS
94. Coarsely abusive language : BILLINGSGATE
97. Censor's subject : SEX
98. Spot for a parade : ARCH
102. Nev. neighbor : IDA
103. Tel ___-Jaffa : AVIV
104. Not in the strike zone, maybe : LOW
106. Jeff Lynne's grp. : ELO
107. Exemplar of grace : SWAN
110. Tire trapper : RUT
112. Change pocket : FOB
114. Capacitates : ENABLES
116. "___ Blues" (1924 Paul Whiteman hit) : LIMEHOUSE
119. British press, figuratively : FLEETSTREET
121. Like some discussions : OPENENDED
122. Party, e.g. : EVENT
123. Needing kneading? : TENSE
124. Certain bike : TENSPEED
125. Friday's creator : DEFOE
126. Full : SATED
1. It's hung and beaten : PINATA
2. Unexpected, in a way : IRONIC
3. Jot : TITTLE
4. Re : ASTO
5. They may need guards : SHINS
6. Come too : TAGALONG
7. Shakespearean ending : ETH
8. Tag line : ASIS
9. Bird, once : CELTIC
10. One-named fashion designer : HALSTON
11. Sunscreen ingredient : PABA
12. Finance workers, for short : ARBS
13. One up, e.g. : TIE
14. In-case connector : ANY
15. SALT II signer : CARTER
16. Yours, in Tours : ATOI
17. New Jersey's ___ University : KEAN
18. Countercurrent : EDDY
21. Polo clubs : MALLETS
23. Pellagra preventer : NIACIN
32. She married Mickey : AVA
33. Fellow students, e.g. : AGEMATES
34. Breathed : WAS
36. They're kept behind bars : SODAS
38. Hoisting devices? : PETARDS
40. "Mahalo ___ loa" ("Thank you very much," in Maui) : NUI
41. Go places : TRAVEL
42. Harry Belafonte song phrase : DAYO
43. Swelled heads : EGOS
44. What one little piggy had : NONE
46. Like pigs' feet : PICKLED
47. Island entertainer : DONHO
50. Peak discoverer : PIKE
51. Inter ___ : ALIA
52. French Christian : DIOR
53. Incessantly : NOEND
55. Decision-making method : LOT
58. "The Nanny" butler : NILES
60. Fender benders, e.g. : MISHAPS
62. Short composition : SONATINA
64. Star bursts : NOVAE
65. Chefs aim to please them : PALATES
68. Mace source : NUTMEG
69. Post-delivery handout : CIGAR
70. Mother of Helen : LEDA
71. Of the 66-Across : OTIC
72. ___-eyed : SLOE
73. Kind of student : MED
76. University of ___ (the Golden Hurricane) : TULSA
77. Excite, slangily : GRAB
78. Quattro or Cabriolet : AUDI
79. Striptease : PEEL
84. Track challenge : ESS
85. Reversed : NEGATED
87. High-cholesterol concoction : OMELETTE
88. Former first family : NIXONS
90. Pulled off : DID
91. John : LAV
92. Didn't tip : STIFFED
95. Department store section : LINENS
96. Develop : EVOLVE
99. Soften : RELENT
100. Comic John : CLEESE
101. Made introductions, maybe : HOSTED
105. Power statistic : WATTS
107. Place on the schedule : SLOT
108. Film editing effect : WIPE
109. Grace period? : AMEN
110. Ill-bred : RUDE
111. Reconditioned, e.g. : USED
113. Kick : BEEF
115. Spanish tar : BREA
117. Drillmaster's word : HEP
118. Murder ___ : ONE
120. Bowie collaborator : ENO

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