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New York Times, Sunday, April 25, 1999

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 80 Missing: {QV} This is puzzle # 17 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Junior high subj. : ALG
4. Neil Simon play locale : BILOXI
10. Flexible, electrically : ACDC
14. Figure on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel : ADAM
18. Scale : GOUP
20. Symphony with a noted funeral march : EROICA
21. Ad writer's award : CLIO
22. Kind of weight : TROY
23. Podded plant : OKRA
24. "Hi. It's me. Mark McGwire." : CALLINGCARD
26. Besmears : TARS
27. Big name in the Big Apple : GIULIANI
29. Superlative suffix : IEST
30. Handled : SAWTO
31. "Okay, I pulled the plug. So sue me." : ADMITTINGPHYSICIAN
36. Reply in Rome : GRAZIE
39. Whistler, e.g. : ARTIST
40. See 70-Down : HAHN
41. Kind of meal : MATZO
42. Response to goo : ICK
43. Farm layer : LOAM
45. Literary inits. : GBS
48. "You think I'm annoying? Fine, I'm outta here." : SPLITTINGHEADACHE
54. Blow : BOP
55. Squatter? : SUMO
56. Cabbage : GELT
57. Typewriter part : SPOOL
59. Old-fashioned greetings : BOWS
63. Exclude : BAN
64. Whatsoever : ATALL
66. Animal fur : PELAGE
67. He was translated into Latin : ERAT
68. "To govern or not to govern. That is the question." : ACTINGMAYOR
71. Buffalo's county : ERIE
72. Record : ANNALS
74. First name in TV talk : ROSIE
75. Old car with a Turbo-Hydramatic gearbox : GTO
76. Former British protectorate : ADEN
77. Sierra ___ : MADRE
78. Power control, for short : AUTO
79. Right at one's peak : ATOP
81. Western Athletic Conference player : UTE
82. "Gimme a dozen donuts. And step on it!" : COMMANDINGOFFICER
91. For this or that : PER
92. Subterfuge : TRAP
93. Simpson case judge : ITO
94. Occupied : INUSE
95. Chin stroker's words : ISEE
97. Basketball's ___ Bol : MANUTE
100. People left in ruins : AZTECS
101. "Honey, you're wearing THAT?" : CONTROLLINGPARTNER
106. Club news source : ORGAN
107. Kiln : OAST
108. Rogaine user's hope : REGROWTH
112. Muslim pilgrim : HAJI
113. "Don't I look fetching in this dress from Warsaw? Huh, huh?" : FISHINGPOLE
117. Corn locale : IOWA
118. Fordham's basketball conference, informally : ATEN
119. Part : AREA
120. 1930's-50's actor J. ___ Naish : CARROL
121. Edger, e.g. : TOOL
122. Tidings : NEWS
123. Maryland athlete, for short : TERP
124. West Texas city : ODESSA
125. Insect killer : DDT
1. All excited : AGOG
2. God of discord, in Scandinavia : LOKI
3. Whiz : GURU
4. Turned into : BECAME
5. Mideasterner : IRANI
6. Publishing sensation of 1958 : LOLITA
7. Many a Rembrandt : OIL
8. Year in Domitian's reign : XCI
9. Actor Charleson of "Chariots of Fire" : IAN
10. Agree to : ACCEPT
11. Skirmish : CLASH
12. Soiled : DIRTY
13. New England catch : COD
14. Add on : ATTACH
15. "After we delineate this sales chart, our stockholders will love us." : DRAWINGBOARD
16. Trunk : AORTA
17. Words repeated after "O Absalom" in the Bible : MYSON
19. Fancy homes abroad : PALAZZI
25. Temporary jobs : GIGS
28. Fools : IDIOTS
30. Twofold : SIAMESE
32. Kind of function : TRIG
33. Desire : ITCH
34. Defense missile : NIKE
35. Bygone ruler : SHAH
36. Team V.I.P.'s : GMS
37. Least bit : RAP
38. The U.K. touches it : ATL
43. Loaf : LALLYGAG
44. Month to celebrate U.N. Day : OCT
46. Form of rock and roll : BOOGIE
47. Anger : SPLEEN
49. Some brass : TUBAS
50. Apple product : IMAC
51. Like three out of four suits : NONTRUMP
52. "War's ___": Cowper : AGAME
53. Boxing's Oscar ___ Hoya : DELA
58. Request : PLEA
59. Transport, sci-fi style : BEAMUP
60. Richly wrought : ORNATE
61. "I'm a rabbi and...um...wait, where was I?" : WANDERINGJEW
62. Headline : STAR
64. Williams of "Happy Days" : ANSON
65. ___ Friday's (restaurant chain) : TGI
66. Math work : PROOF
69. Shred : IOTA
70. With 40-Across, 1944 Chemistry Nobelist : OTTO
73. Stand : LECTERN
78. 31-Across's grp. : AMA
80. Warner-Lambert competitor : PFIZER
83. Modern ice cream flavor : OREO
84. Nick : DING
85. Lived ___ (celebrated) : ITUP
86. "___ chance" : NOTA
87. Song at the start of a church service : INTROIT
88. Actor's need : CUE
89. PC key : ESC
90. Musical seconds? : RES
96. Spots : STAINS
97. Accident : MISHAP
98. Con : ANTI
99. Scoreboard figure : ERRORS
100. "Who's the Boss?" woman : ANGELA
101. "You're a Grand Old Flag" writer : COHAN
102. Hold forth : ORATE
103. Orleans's river : LOIRE
104. Like some surgery : LASER
105. Aristotelian final cause : TELOS
109. Caddie's offering : WOOD
110. Flat : TWOD
111. Shut down : HALT
113. Excess amount : FAT
114. Army E-5, e.g. : NCO
115. Flit (about) : GAD
116. Prefix with washed : PRE

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