QUESTIONS FOR THE PHARMACIST

New York Times, Sunday, April 7, 1996

Author: C. Millhauser
Editor: Will Shortz
Cathy Allis
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 81 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 23 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Sweetly, in a suite : DOLCE
6. Jambalaya, for one : STEW
10. Very shortly, shortly : ASAP
14. Put one past : ACED
18. Provinces : AREAS
19. Like L'eggs containers : OVOID
21. Count, in England : EARL
22. Blues singer Big___Thornton : MAMA
23. What's your favorite opera? : DRISTANANDISOLDE
26. Side in a 1980's war : IRAN
27. Japanese cult leader Shoko : ASAHARA
28. Part of a "Mikado" refrain : TRALA
29. Famous 12-book story : AENEID
31. How do I get these tablets out of the bottle? : BANGTHETUMSSLOWLY
35. Clueless : LOST
39. The Way : TAO
40. Loci : SITES
41. Logic truths : AXIOMS
44. Candied : GLACE
48. Staff of Life : EDITORS
53. In what state are many of your customers? : PERPETUALMOTRIN
57. Ragtime's Blake : EUBIE
58. "Alfred" poet Henry James : PYE
59. Guy Fawkes Day mo. : NOV
60. Famed baseball family : ALOUS
61. Helen of Troy's mother : LEDA
62. Uncut : ENTIRE
64. What's your favorite old TV show? : BJANDTHEBAYER
68. New York and New Jersey river : RAMAPO
70. Offs : DOESIN
71. What should I keep locked in a cabinet? : FAMILYSUCRETS
77. Numb : ASLEEP
80. Mr. Trebek : ALEX
81. Loewe output : SCORE
82. Civil War combatant : REB
83. Mead : LEA
85. Fossil, e.g. : RELIC
87. Which Wharton novel would you recommend? : THEAGEOFANACINS
91. Deliverance : RELEASE
93. Game with a 40-card deck : MONTE
94. Epoch in the Cenozoic Era : EOCENE
95. Tiff : SCRAP
98. Mike Hammer, for one : TEC
100. Jejuna neighbors : ILEA
101. What would you cry if you found some pills in your mixed vegetables? : BUFFERINSUCCOTASH
110. Melodious : ARIOSO
111. Pope John Paul II, originally : KAROL
112. Layette pair : BOOTIES
117. Disney's Simba and Nala : LION
118. Where's the other pharmacist? : ONALEVEOFABSENCE
122. Enraptured : SENT
123. Listerine target : GERM
124. Stand in some studios : EASEL
125. Frill : EXTRA
126. Word of regret : ALAS
127. Homeric H's : ETAS
128. Salad plate scoopful : TUNA
129. Dauntless : STOUT
1. Man Ray's art : DADA
2. Hockey's Bobby et al. : ORRS
3. "Star Wars" role : LEIA
4. Change, e.g. : CASH
5. Founded: Abbr. : ESTAB
6. Audible : SONANT
7. New Deal agcy. : TVA
8. Unspecific duration : EON
9. Furniture measurement : WIDTH
10. Greek god of the winds : AEOLUS
11. Sub stratum : SALAMI
12. Suffix with drunk : ARD
13. Gratified : PLEASED
14. Part of PABA : AMINO
15. Seven-time A.L. batting champ : CAREW
16. Alternative to the post office : EMAIL
17. Splendiferous : DANDY
20. Pressing : DIRE
24. Neighbor of Scorpius : ARA
25. Exam for the U.-bound : SAT
30. Stage actress ___Janis : ELSIE
32. Enraptured : GAGA
33. Exaction : TOLL
34. Anna of "Nana" : STEN
35. Northern nomad : LAPP
36. Small round window, in architecture : OXEYE
37. Wailer : SIREN
38. Crown : TOP
42. Servile : MENIAL
43. Kind of relationship : STORMY
45. Key to Mozart's 21st: Abbr. : AMAJ
46. Caffeine source : COLA
47. Kind of jacket : ETON
49. Green Wave's school : TULANE
50. Observe : OBEY
51. Lift : RIDE
52. Cauterize : SEAR
54. Eye parts : UVEAS
55. TV newsman Hughes et al. : RUDDS
56. Analogy words : ISTO
63. "Hi and Lois" baby : TRIXIE
64. Italian ball game : BOCCE
65. The Supremes' "I___Symphony" : HEARA
66. Ancient mystic : ESSENE
67. Spanish port : BILBAO
69. Word on a door : PUSH
71. Actress Felicia : FARR
72. Out of the wind, on windjammers : ALEE
73. Pell-___ : MELL
74. Range : ROAM
75. "Tantum___" (hymn part) : ERGO
76. Youth magazine : TEEN
78. Architect Saarinen Sr. : ELIEL
79. Tubular pasta : PENNE
84. Not on land : ASEA
86. Sheaths : CASES
87. Actress Hatcher : TERI
88. One of the Ringling Brothers : OTTO
89. Podia : FEET
90. Third-century date : CCI
92. Miser : SCROOGE
96. Capital of ancient Galatia : ANKARA
97. Job follower : PSALMS
99. Occult doctrine : CABALA
101. Model wood : BALSA
102. An archangel : URIEL
103. Actress Fullerton : FIONA
104. Church receptacles : FONTS
105. Suffix with press : URE
106. Little bay : COVE
107. Footing facilitator : CLEAT
108. Cry in gasps : SOB
109. Hydrant hookups : HOSES
113. Sermon's basis : TEXT
114. Dividend preceder : INTO
115. Sandy shade : ECRU
116. Ticket specification : SEAT
119. Snood : NET
120. Columbus sch. : OSU
121. Swamp : FEN

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