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New York Times, Sunday, April 18, 2004

Author: Richard Chisholm
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Chisholm
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 82 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Chisholm. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Wedding staple : BAND
5. New Test. book : HEB
8. Relay team member : ANCHOR
14. Like some orders : TOGO
18. Cool : ALOOF
20. Suffix with pay : OLA
21. Hold fast : COHERE
22. Footnote abbr. : IBID
23. Master violinist? : LORDOFTHESTRINGS
26. First-place : GOLD
27. Throw into confusion : DEMORALIZE
28. Increases, with "up" : RATCHETS
30. "Don't give up!" : TRY
31. Newspaper income source : ADS
34. Lifeless : INERT
35. Doing battle : ATWAR
39. Ireland's patron saint in a tizzy? : PATRICKSTEWING
45. Hindu deity : SHIVA
46. Sandra of "Gidget" : DEE
47. ___ rule : ASA
48. Irish poet Seamus ___, 1995 Literature Nobelist : HEANEY
49. Long-term sewing project? : SEVENYEARSTITCH
54. ___ John : DEAR
55. Equal : ARE
56. Actress Davis of the "Matrix" movies : ESSIE
57. It's found in stacks : SOOT
59. Hamas competitor, for short : PLO
60. Health care supplement for seniors : MEDIGAP
63. Gets rid of : AXES
66. Subject of evolutionary study : PRIMATE
69. Where a toddler sets a drink? : STROLLERCOASTER
72. Thaw : DETENTE
74. Penn of "Mystic River" : SEAN
75. Bob of the comedy team Bob and Ray : ELLIOTT
79. Mercury or Saturn : CAR
80. Offenses : SINS
82. Kind of game : BLAME
84. Realm of Otto I: Abbr. : HRE
85. Some Red Cross work: Abbr. : EVAC
87. Do a cowboy's job? : CATCHSOMESTRAYS
92. Some gallery offerings : LITHOS
95. Cadge : BUM
96. Department of eastern France : AIN
97. Swashbuckler Flynn : ERROL
98. Like a person who has fallen off a diet? : STOUTWARDBOUND
102. Battle locale : ARENA
103. Iota : TRACE
104. R.I. clock setting : EST
105. Fed. fiscal agency : OMB
107. Runners' goals : ENDZONES
110. Reasons for excommunication : APOSTASIES
117. Slime : GOOP
118. Order from an old English outlaw to his cohorts? : STALLTHEKINGSMEN
122. Ocean danger : ORCA
123. Soprano Farrell : EILEEN
124. Weigh (on) : LIE
125. Attendance counter : STILE
126. Badge holder : SASH
127. Gets 100 on a test : ACESIT
128. Always, to a poet : EER
129. Ocular problem : STYE
1. Lacking cover? : BALD
2. Desert plant : ALOE
3. Standard : NORM
4. Dummy : DODO
5. How angry words are spoken : HOTLY
6. Like some textbook publ. : ELHI
7. "Diamonds and Rust" singer, 1975 : BAEZ
8. "___ now!" : ACT
9. Neither's partner : NOR
10. A.L. and N.L. city: Abbr. : CHI
11. Dramatist Ibsen : HENRIK
12. Some are vital : ORGANS
13. "... for anger ___ in the bosom of fools": Eccl. 7:9 : RESTETH
14. Not a big spender : TIGHTWAD
15. Woodwind : OBOE
16. ___-edged : GILT
17. Las Vegas figures : ODDS
19. Early programming language : FORTRAN
24. ___ cry : FAR
25. Something to run for : SEAT
29. Canadian tribe : CREE
32. "Phooey!" : DRAT
33. Assent in Acapulco : SISI
35. It's just south of the Himalayas : ASSAM
36. "___ you are!" : THERE
37. Took a bride : WIVED
38. Bygone greeting : AVE
39. Stew ingredients : PEAS
40. Wave catcher : AERIAL
41. Noted Broadway debut of 10/7/82 : CATS
42. Klutzy : INEPT
43. Author Zora ___ Hurston : NEALE
44. Greek sandwich : GYRO
46. Tyrannical : DESPOTIC
50. Longs (for) : YEARNS
51. Sides in an age-old "battle" : SEXES
52. Place where you're advised "Don't fall in love," in song : COPA
53. Noted foursome : HORSEMEN
58. Boxers seek them : TITLES
61. Doer's suffix : IST
62. Pioneer cell phone co. : GTE
64. Ode preposition : ERE
65. Union foes : SCABS
67. Ott of the Polo Grounds : MEL
68. John-John's stepdad : ARI
70. 2,700-mile-long Russian river : LENA
71. Borrowed : ONLOAN
72. Lifeboat support : DAVIT
73. Muse of poetry : ERATO
76. Midwest hub : OHARE
77. Check for fit : TRYON
78. Electrical pioneer : TESLA
79. Disney output : CELS
81. Naut. direction : STBD
83. Surrounded by : AMID
86. Impudence : CHUTZPAH
88. It has six sides : CUBE
89. Med. plan options : HMOS
90. Leaf holders : TEABAGS
91. Education basics, briefly : RRR
93. Another, in Madrid : OTRO
94. Dylan Thomas's birthplace, in Wales : SWANSEA
99. ___ acid : ACETIC
100. Used car transaction : RESALE
101. It has six sides : UTAH
105. Willow : OSIER
106. Atlas abbr. : MTN
107. They're big on Wall Street : EGOS
108. "A Doll's House" heroine : NORA
109. Life savers : DOCS
111. Famous kicker : PELE
112. "The Grapes of Wrath" figure : OKIE
113. Former Concorde fleet : SSTS
114. Not genuine: Abbr. : IMIT
115. Slimy : EELY
116. Bygone blade : SNEE
119. Guitarist Paul : LES
120. "South Pacific" prop : LEI
121. It does a bang-up job : TNT

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