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New York Times, Sunday, May 23, 1999

Author: Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Harvey Estes
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11612/29/199311/26/200845
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Nancy Salomon
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 76 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 42 for Mr. Estes. This is puzzle # 29 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1999, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Action film sequence : CHASE
6. TV monitor? : FCC
9. Kind of car : USED
13. Twist : SCREW
18. Until, in Tijuana : HASTA
19. Solid backing : GUARANTEE
21. Sauce : HOOCH
22. Suggestions : INPUT
23. Deep red garnet : ALMANDINE
24. Not skimpy : AMPLE
25. One who wants the crème de mint? : COINCOLLECTOR
27. Steak, e.g. : REDMEAT
29. Relations : KIN
30. Bewail : RUE
31. He's a doll : KEN
32. Tilts : JOUSTS
33. Simple sack : COT
34. Failures : LAPSES
37. Basted : SEWN
38. Macaroni shape : ELBOW
41. Pro ___ : BONO
42. Very smart : CHIC
44. Professional suffix : IST
47. Sound of thunder : PEAL
48. Where a suit may be pressed : COUNTYCOURT
51. Large-print edition of the Bible, e.g. : TOME
53. Do-nothing : INDOLENT
55. Pulls down : EARNS
56. The T in M.T.M. : TYLER
57. Brezhnev, to Khrushchev : COMRADE
58. Yacht centers : BASINS
60. Veneer : FACING
61. Slicker : ICIER
62. Subject of environmentalist study : OZONE
63. Pass out : ALLOT
64. Plantations' stations : MANORS
66. "___ stirreth up strifes": Proverbs : HATRED
67. Heavy : VILLAIN
70. Some clarinets : ALTOS
71. Street clearer : SIREN
72. Greenish blue : BERYLINE
73. Nostril wrinkler : ODOR
74. Ice pack? : COLDCOMFORT
77. Love symbol : EROS
78. "Go on..." : AND
79. Fit : ABLE
80. Bounce : OUST
81. Operative : AGENT
82. Tricksters : IMPS
84. Passes on principle : DEMURS
87. Do a takeoff on : APE
88. Brownie topper : BEANIE
91. Department in Provence : VAR
92. "...sat down beside ___" : HER
93. Actor Vigoda : ABE
96. Where U.P.S. is headquartered : ATLANTA
98. Visitor from the sticks : COUNTRYCOUSIN
102. Furniture ensemble : SUITE
103. Didn't flare : SMOLDERED
105. Crime scene evidence : PRINT
106. Gardener's gadget : EDGER
107. Hoosier neighbor : WOLVERINE
108. Plains Indian : OSAGE
109. Ships : SENDS
110. Major finale? : ETTE
111. Pepper, for one : SGT
112. More reliable : SANER
1. Peeper : CHICK
2. Tonkin Delta capital : HANOI
3. Like a fly reel : ASPIN
4. Phaser setting : STUN
5. Suffer embarrassment : EATCROW
6. Parking lot sign : FULL
7. Occurred : CAME
8. Loon : CRACKPOT
9. Fallen apart : UNDONE
10. Slammer : STIR
11. Poet's time of day : EEN
12. Stag party? : DEER
13. Boxer's sparring partner, at times : SHADOW
14. School without dorms : COMMUNITYCOLLEGE
15. Subject of sailors' knowledge : ROPES
16. Big splash : ECLAT
17. Stimulates : WHETS
19. Heavy blow : GALE
20. Prepares for a hand : ANTES
26. No longer hot : OUT
28. Button in Bond's car : EJECT
33. Avoiding a clash : COLORCOORDINATED
34. Dolt : LOUT
35. Blyth of "Mildred Pierce" : ANN
36. Looked down on : SCORNED
37. Participants in 32-Across : SIRS
38. Sweeping : EPIC
39. Follower of the news? : LENO
40. Birds fly back and forth in it : BADMINTON
41. Fool mistake : BONER
43. Barbarous brutes : HUNS
45. Diamond ___ : SOLITAIRE
46. Counterfeit cops? : TMEN
48. Hands over : CEDES
49. "Give me your answer" : YESORNO
50. "Educating Rita" star : CAINE
52. A little work : ERG
54. Burrows : LAIRS
56. Running figure : TALLY
58. Committed a hockey infraction : BOARDED
59. Tenochtitlán resident : AZTEC
60. Bat eyelashes : FLIRT
63. Detour : AVERT
64. Chairman of note : MAO
65. Two-time Emmy winner as best actor in a comedy : ALDA
66. Rise : HILL
68. Barge ___ : INON
69. Jay's home : NEST
71. Sounds of unhappiness : SOBS
72. Anagram of 71-Down : BOSS
74. French royal name, 987-1328 : CAPET
75. Wake attendees : MOURNERS
76. Expensive gift : FUR
81. Opportune : APROPOS
83. They go for the gold : MINERS
85. Undergo natural selection : EVOLVE
86. Hit 70's sitcom : MAUDE
87. Truman's nuclear agcy. : AEC
88. Bags of diamonds : BASES
89. Liszt's "La Campanella," e.g. : ETUDE
90. Set straight : ALIGN
92. Noted park name : HYDE
93. One of 3.5 billion : ASIAN
94. Pig out : BINGE
95. Computer command : ENTER
97. "___ forgive our debtors" : ASWE
98. Western weapon : COLT
99. H.S. subject : TRIG
100. Let out : RENT
101. Major animal? : URSA
104. Bit of repartee : MOT

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