"HEY, MISTER!"

New York Times, Sunday, April 16, 2000

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 74 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 52 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Passage preventers : CLOGS
6. "Excuse me..." : AHEM
10. Become less reserved : THAW
14. Bewitched : RAPT
18. "Tzigane" composer : RAVEL
19. Stiff hairs : SETAE
21. A whole lot of shaking going on : HULA
22. Aglio e ___ (pasta dressing) : OLIO
23. Short loin products : TBONESTEAKS
25. "60 Minutes" regular : EDBRADLEY
27. Not so hot : TEPID
28. First of "The Chronicles of Clovis" : ESME
30. They help you make your goals : ASSISTS
31. It goes around the world : ORBITER
34. M.B.A. hopeful's hurdle : GMAT
35. Pianist Rubinstein : ANTON
36. Roughed up : MAULED
37. Superman's gift : XRAYVISION
39. ___ Cob, Conn. : COS
42. Fell off : EBBED
43. Kirkstall Abbey locale : LEEDS
44. Defeat by looks : STAREDOWN
46. Pointed ends : NIBS
47. Signal to leave, perhaps : GONG
48. Not all there : LOONY
49. "River ___ Return" (Mitchum/Monroe flick) : OFNO
50. Skittish show?: Abbr. : SNL
51. Like old recordings : MONO
52. Describe : LIMN
53. "60 Minutes" regular : SAFER
54. Like some leaves : EROSE
56. 1972 Bill Withers hit : USEME
58. Spiro's predecessor : HUBERT
59. Decisive one : ARBITER
61. Public Citizen founder : NADER
62. Dressed down? : TOPLESS
63. Dress down : BERATE
64. Church figure : CROSS
65. Sneak ___ : APEEK
66. Old peso fractions : REALS
67. Architect's offering : PLAN
68. Southern sibling : BRER
69. Computer support, sometimes : LAP
72. Piled out : ALIT
73. Six-Day War hero : DAYAN
75. Some need stitching : CUTS
76. Use hip boots, perhaps : WADE
77. They were big in the past : DINOSAURS
79. "The ___ Bride" (Rimsky-Korsakov opera) : TSARS
81. Latin father : PATER
82. Kenny G has two : ENS
83. F.D.R.'s birthplace : HYDEPARKNY
85. It may move you : MUSCLE
86. Goodbyes : TATAS
87. He homered 660 times : MAYS
88. Needs a ring? : TEETHES
89. Vast : OCEANIC
92. Vast : EPIC
93. "We will ___ undersold!" : NOTBE
94. 107-Across state : RIGHTMIND
96. Chemical-free fare : NATURALFOOD
101. Goodbye : CIAO
102. Peut-___ (maybe, in Marseille) : ETRE
103. Done for : SPENT
104. "___ Sea" (Lemmon/Matthau comedy) : OUTTO
105. Hospital staffer : AIDE
106. Farrah's ex : RYAN
107. All there : SANE
108. People guilty of disorderly conduct? : SLOBS
1. Monitor letters : CRT
2. You may see a reaction in one : LAB
3. Lacto-___ vegetarian : OVO
4. Non-Jews : GENTILES
5. Rained hard? : SLEETED
6. Up : ASTIR
7. Consideration : HEED
8. Pilot's announcement, briefly : ETA
9. Incense : MAKEMAD
10. For whom the bell tolls : THEE
11. Patricia Neal's Best Actress film : HUD
12. Zog I, for one : ALBANIAN
13. Vet's offering : WARSTORY
14. "The Kiss" sculptor : RODIN
15. Shakespeare title starter : ALLS
16. Painter Mondrian : PIET
17. Kiddy litter? : TOYS
20. Emerson collection : ESSAYS
24. Went over the limit : SPED
26. Together : ASONE
29. "Total Request Live" network : MTV
31. Signs : OMENS
32. 71-Down's predecessor : RABIN
33. Numbskulls : BUBBLEBRAINS
34. Luzinski of baseball : GREG
35. ___ Magna (annual early-music festival) : ASTON
37. Prefix with phobia : XENO
38. Glucose and fructose, e.g. : ISOMERS
39. Gossip-filled gathering, typically : COFFEEKLATCH
40. They have titles : OWNERS
41. Corral chorus : SNORTS
43. No socialite : LONER
45. Not too hard : DOABLE
47. Visit : GOSEE
48. Bar stock : LIMES
51. Big name in applesauce : MOTTS
52. Enticed : LEDON
53. Start of something big? : SUPER
55. Theater area : RIALTO
56. Open : UNCLASP
57. Wrap choice : SARAN
58. Some are false : HOPES
59. Rub : ABRADE
60. Catch, in a way : REELIN
62. Hussies : TARTS
67. Stacks for burning : PYRES
68. Hide well : BURY
70. "Die Fledermaus" maid : ADELE
71. 32-Down's successor : PERES
73. Big name in personal planners : DAYTIMER
74. Gall : AUDACITY
75. Grocery line? : CANS
76. Generous to a fault : WASTEFUL
78. Quaint contraction : SHANT
79. Some have diners : TRAINS
80. Terminal tippees : SKYCAPS
81. Sand painting creators : PUEBLOS
84. Hearing aid? : AMP
85. Prefix with -morphous : META
86. Chevy truck model : TAHOE
88. Bakery offering : TORTE
89. Ocean menace : ORCA
90. 2nd-century date : CIII
91. "Zounds!" : EGAD
92. "The Grey Room" novelist Phillpotts : EDEN
93. Former Senate Armed Services Committee chairman : NUNN
95. Shooters' org. : NRA
97. It may be taken in spots : TEA
98. Siouan speaker : OTO
99. Wagering option, briefly : OTB
100. Spanish couple? : DOS

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