TAKE FIVE

New York Times, Sunday, April 2, 2006

Author: Bob Klahn
Editor: Will Shortz
Bob Klahn
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 64 Missing: {JQVXZ} This is puzzle # 47 for Mr. Klahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Mistress of the spirit world? : ALEWIFE
8. Was an Orly arrival? : FLEWIN
14. "The Old Man and the Sea" catch : MARLIN
20. Handles differently? : RENAMES
21. Historic Honolulu palace : IOLANI
22. Beethoven symphony : EROICA
23. Writer Fleming as a two-year-old? : IANTHETERRIBLE
25. Ibsen's "Hedda ___" : GABLER
26. Ring count : ONETOTEN
27. Sweet 16 org. : NCAA
28. Yevtushenko poem : BABIYAR
29. Shark pools? : SEAS
30. J.F.K. advisory : ETD
32. Playground retort : ISTOO
34. Scrubbed : NOGO
35. Puzzling : ODD
36. Scotland? : HOMEOFTHEBRAE
41. Sprinkling : FEW
42. Talk like a baby : COO
43. "Winnie-the-Pooh" baby : ROO
44. Estrous : INHEAT
46. Picture on a $5,000 bill : MADISON
50. Country with a pentagonal flag : NEPAL
54. View : EYESHOT
57. Onetime capital of India : AGRA
58. One lacking bucks? : LONESOMEDOE
61. Austin of TV's "Knots Landing" : TERI
62. Actress Meyers : ARI
63. Game sometimes called "bucking the tiger" : FARO
64. French entree : ROTI
65. Unwelcome twist : SPRAIN
67. Far from loaded : NEEDY
69. Burdensome bird : ALBATROSS
73. Prepares for a Masters? : GOLFS
74. Lose track? : DERAIL
76. It may need a big jacket : TOME
77. Cartoonist Addams : CHAS
79. Wasted : LIT
80. Frost lines : POEM
81. Bar owner's job on "The Simpsons"? : OPENINGMOES
85. Prefix with -gon : DECA
86. Catalan is its official language : ANDORRA
88. Fast ___ Felson, real-life hustler portrayed in "The Hustler" : EDDIE
89. Mister : SPRAYER
91. Release : UNHAND
93. With 107-Down, Westerner with an oxymoronic-sounding name buried on Boot Hill : LES
95. Forever and a day : EON
96. Doctor's bag? : SAC
98. Guillotine? : ENDINGMACHINE
103. Heads overseas? : WCS
106. Mine transport : TRAM
108. Flambé : AFIRE
109. Take the course : EAT
110. ___ Tzu (dog) : SHIH
111. Well-armed predator? : OCTOPUS
114. You can be in it and out of it at the same time : COMA
116. Indo-Iranian language : KASHMIRI
119. John Glenn, e.g. : OHIOAN
120. Warning on court testimony? : YOUONLYLIEONCE
122. "Star Trek: T.N.G." engineer : GEORDI
123. It was named for the infant Jesus : ELNINO
124. Playroom threat : ILLTELL
125. One of the Gallo brothers : ERNEST
126. Actress who starred in two Hitchcock films : HEDREN
127. Emergency situation : CODERED
1. Bach bit : ARIOSO
2. Listed : LEANED
3. The Muses, e.g. : ENNEAD
4. 40, 60, 75 or 100, commonly : WATTS
5. Chat room initialism : IMHO
6. Stocking stuffers : FEET
7. Treasure : ESTEEM
8. Oregon's state tree : FIR
9. Desolate : LORN
10. Provoke : ELICIT
11. Part of the Illinois/Indiana border : WABASH
12. Arriving home after curfew : INLATE
13. "When Schweine fly!" : NIE
14. Prefix with millions : MEGA
15. ___-American : ARAB
16. Early bird : ROBIN
17. Comedian Tomlin as a bowler? : LILYOFTHEALLEY
18. The Pleistocene Epoch, familiarly : ICEAGE
19. Shoe specification : NARROW
24. Door sign : ENTER
28. Ape's home : BORNEO
31. "One never knows, ___?": Fats Waller : DOONE
33. Robe fastener : OBI
36. Jolly sounds : HOS
37. Alley Oop's girlfriend : OOOLA
38. Grendel and Beowulf : FOES
39. W. C. Fields affirmative : AHYES
40. Special request at a shoe store : EEE
42. 9/11 Commission subj. : CIA
45. Nolan Ryan, for most of the 80's : ASTRO
46. The folks : MAANDPA
47. Mutually approve : AGREEON
48. Course for a Maytag repairman? : DRIEREDUCATION
49. Mrs. James Joyce : NORA
51. Foreshadow : PORTEND
52. Marc Antony's love : AMOR
53. Jared of "Panic Room" : LETO
55. Opening : ORIFICE
56. Sheriff's badge in the Old West : TINSTAR
59. Nick name? : NOLTE
60. Hustler's hangout? : DISCO
63. Just so you know : FYI
66. Some film ratings : PGS
68. Devoted friend of Greek legend : DAMON
70. Shade of white : BONE
71. In the heart of : AMID
72. The Beatles' "___ Leaving Home" : SHES
75. Old global positioning system : LORAN
78. Destination in the movie "Dumb and Dumber" : ASPEN
82. Bearcats : PANDAS
83. Coolidge Dam river : GILA
84. Rodents, playfully : MEECE
85. Judo ranking : DAN
87. Baseball scorecard letters : RHE
90. Certain buck : ROE
92. Distinction, slangily : DIF
94. Tenuous : SHAKY
96. Second fiddle : STOOGE
97. Bow pro : ARCHER
99. Cartoonist Hollander : NICOLE
100. Pulverized : GROUND
101. Moss Hart's "Act One," e.g. : MEMOIR
102. Biased writing? : ITALIC
103. Kvetch : WHINER
104. There's simply no end to it : CIRCLE
105. Ozone layer, for one : SHIELD
107. See 93-Across : MOORE
110. Clobbered : SMOTE
112. Launch sites ... or crash sites : PADS
113. Complex part? : UNIT
115. Tyler who wrote "Breathing Lessons" : ANNE
117. Storage space : SILO
118. Didn't break : HELD
120. Mumbled assent : YEH
121. Chaney Sr. or Jr. : LON

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