LOCATION IS EVERYTHING

New York Times, Sunday, May 4, 1997

Author: Manny Nosowsky
Editor: Will Shortz
Manny Nosowsky
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 73 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 62 for Mr. Nosowsky. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1997, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pod used in cooking : SNAPBEAN
9. Fish usually caught in the winter : SHAD
13. Was upset and then some : HADAFIT
20. "Enemies, A Love Story" actress : LENAOLIN
21. De ___ hotel : LUXE
22. Prismatic, as a stone : OPALINE
23. Stubborn : OBDURATE
24. Early comic writer : ARISTOPHANES
26. Without means of support? : BRALESS
27. With 30-Across, where to find a snowcap : ONTOPOF
28. Symphonic poem inventor : LISZT
29. Big snowfall : FOOT
30. See 27-Across : OLDSMOKEY
32. One way to get things down : PAT
34. Like Jack : NIMBLE
36. They roll on a Rolls : TYRES
38. Old White House moniker : ABE
41. Flake off : SHED
43. Nice 'n Easy maker : CLAIROL
46. Northern capital : OSLO
47. Friend for Rover or Fido : REX
48. Mad as a hornet : SORE
49. Lose forward momentum : SIDESLIP
51. Jack Mercer supplied his voice : POPEYE
53. Kind of personality : TYPEA
55. With 63-Across, pretty good : ABOVE
58. "___ coffee?" : TEAOR
59. African ranger : IMPALA
63. See 55-Across : AVERAGE
65. "___ It Kinda Fun" (1945 song) : ISNT
66. PBS supplier : BBC
68. Most blue? : TRUEST
70. Gil Blas's creator : LESAGE
72. Emergency room cases, for short : ODS
73. "___ joy keep you" (start of a Sandburg poem) : LETA
75. See 81-Across : CLOTHES
77. Arrive, but just barely : EDGEIN
79. Kick up ___ (complain) : AFUSS
81. With 75-Across, unmentionables : UNDER
82. Jack : KNAVE
85. Sharp-toothed creatures : MORAYS
87. Vegan morsels : SNOWPEAS
93. Way up a hill : TBAR
94. Prior to, poetically : ERE
95. Warm, so to speak : NEAR
98. Livestock feed : SOILAGE
99. Medley : OLIO
100. French surname start : DES
101. "I've heard enough!" : CANIT
103. Some speech sounds : NASALS
105. Lt.'s inferior : ENS
106. See 116-Across : MYDIGNITY
109. Lecherlike : LEWD
111. Drops : OMITS
116. With 106-Across, phrase said with a sneer : BENEATH
117. Bonelike : OSTEOID
120. Revolutionary turned politico : DANIELORTEGA
122. Thrust forward : PROTRUDE
123. Noble : EXALTED
124. Dusseldorf donkey : ESEL
125. Exhaust : ENFEEBLE
126. Is of value, colloquially : AINTHAY
127. Name in book publishing since 1943 : DELL
128. Having no spark left : DEFEATED
1. Hardly a fop : SLOB
2. Colo. neighbor : NEBR
3. See 67-Down : ANDAFTERPICTURES
4. Saint in Brazil : PAULO
5. Had to do with : BOREON
6. Some bands : ELASTICS
7. British isles : AITS
8. Tampa-to-Jacksonville dir. : NNE
9. Wounds with words : SLANDERS
10. Wounds : HURTS
11. Words to live by : AXIOM
12. Democrat's opponent? : DESPOT
13. Astaire and Rogers, e.g. : HOOFERS
14. O.K.'d: Abbr. : APP
15. Willy Wonka creator : DAHL
16. Jai ___ : ALAI
17. Platy propellers : FINS
18. Don Juan's mother : INEZ
19. Feeler : TEST
25. Onetime Olympics host : TOKYO
27. North of Virginia : OLLIE
30. Book after Amos: Abbr. : OBAD
31. Pound sound : YELP
32. Call to attention : PSST
33. Hello, of sorts : AHOY
35. Year in Edward the Confessor's reign : MLI
37. Fire damage : SOOT
38. See 39-Down : AREASONABLEDOUBT
39. With 38-Down, almost positive : BEYOND
40. Puts forth : EXERTS
42. Judge to be : DEEM
44. King Harald's father : OLAV
45. Actionable statements : LIBELS
50. Opening for a dermatologist : PORE
52. Linguist Mario : PEI
54. Classified information? : APT
56. Mantel piece : VASE
57. Cousin of "Omigod!" : EGAD
60. Parenthesis, essentially : ARC
61. Oner : LULU
62. Many years : AEON
63. NATO capital : ATHENS
64. Oriole's origin : EGG
66. Allegedly at fault : BLAMED
67. With 3-Down, features of some ads : BEFORE
69. F.C.C. concerns: Abbr. : STDS
71. Comics cry : EEK
74. Gray of "Gray's Manual of Botany" : ASA
76. Jocular suffix : EROO
78. "___ each life..." : INTO
80. In ___ (harmonious) : SYNC
83. Puffed up : VAIN
84. God offended by Daphnis : EROS
86. Clothes line : SEAM
88. Take the grand prize : WINITALL
89. "The Bell Jar" writer : PLATH
90. Uncomplicated : EASY
91. ___ Khan : AGA
92. Gets rid of, as stock : SELLSOFF
96. "Who'll volunteer?" : ANYBODY
97. It's added to the bill : RIDER
102. Colored : TINTED
104. Parlor piece : SETTEE
107. Some Canadian fliers : GEESE
108. Actor Conrad of old films : NAGEL
110. "If I ___ betting man..." : WEREA
111. Halls of music : ODEA
112. Skirt style : MAXI
113. ___ uproar : INAN
114. Knight fight : TILT
115. Clockmaker Thomas : SETH
117. French department or river : ORNE
118. Out of action : IDLE
119. Proof of ownership : DEED
121. Shepherd's setting : LEA
122. Walker, briefly : PED

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