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New York Times, Sunday, June 21, 1998

Author: Jim Page
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 78 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 57 for Mr. Page. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. 1997 N.H.L. M.V.P. Dominik : HASEK
6. Kind of range : RIFLE
11. Not right? : LIBERAL
18. Romeo, e.g. : ELOPER
20. Two for the road : TANDEM
21. Ennoble : ELEVATE
22. + 43 : RETIREMENTAGE
24. Sticks : COHERES
25. Like jambalaya : CREOLE
26. Once, once : ERST
28. Papas in films : IRENE
29. "___ speak" : ASWE
32. - 32 : FREEZINGPOINT
36. What's-his-face : SOANDSO
38. Won over : ENDEARED
39. "The Black Cat" writer : POE
42. Mentor's charge : TUTEE
43. Blacken, as steak : CHAR
45. Acropolis figure : ATHENA
47. Tolkien creature : ENT
48. - 3 : GUNCALIBER
54. Like wedding cakes : TIERED
55. Rtes. : RDS
56. Key rings? : ATOLLS
57. Designer Cassini : OLEG
59. Uniform alternative : MUFTI
60. "Casablanca" role and others : ILSAS
62. Unkind look : SNEER
63. "Maid of Athens, ___ part": Byron : EREWE
64. "Wheel of Fortune" request : ANE
65. - 41 : HOURSINADAY
70. "Foucault's Pendulum" author : ECO
71. Progress impeders : SNAGS
73. Toward the caboose : AREAR
74. Writer Fannie : HURST
76. Up : ATBAT
77. Dry fuel : PEAT
78. Eritrean capital : ASMARA
81. "___ vous plait" : SIL
84. Rodeo grounds features : CHUTES
86. - 31 : SPEEDLIMIT
88. Suffix with corpus : CLE
89. Its main street is Last Chance Gulch : HELENA
90. Santa's spot? : SOOT
91. Deadly virus : EBOLA
93. Wall Street whiz : ARB
94. Homers reach them : THESEATS
99. Sponges : ABSORBS
101. - 90 or - 94, among others : ROLLOFTHEDICE
104. Depilatory brand : NEET
105. Less tanned : PALER
108. Dirt : INFO
109. Item on a list : ERRAND
111. One who studies irises : OCULIST
113. - 100 : UNLUCKYNUMBER
119. Like a gridiron : LINEATE
120. Omega competitors : SEIKOS
121. Like the heavens : STARRY
122. Calculator figures : ADDENDS
123. Glyceride, e.g. : ESTER
124. Wake the dead? : SNORE
1. That ship : HER
2. It may be pint-sized : ALE
3. Saucehound : SOT
4. Lacking vigor : EPICENE
5. See 58-Down : KERR
6. Indian princess : RANEE
7. C.D. offering: Abbr. : INT
8. Safe-products org. : FDA
9. Paul Bunyan, e.g. : LEGEND
10. Develop : EMERGE
11. Podium speaker : LECTOR
12. U.N. arm : ILO
13. Running late : BEHINDTIME
14. Three-time Wimbledon champ : EVERT
15. Pink, so to speak : RARE
16. Solar deity : ATEN
17. ___-majesté : LESE
19. Coral assemblies : REEFS
20. Graphic head? : TELE
23. 60's-70's Italian P.M. : MORO
27. Site of many losses : SPA
29. Daisy relative : ASTER
30. Unflawed : SOUND
31. + 29 or + 44 or + 69, etc. : WATTSINABULB
33. Burning passions : ZEALS
34. Crucifix letters : INRI
35. "I earn that ___": "As You Like It" : IEAT
37. "L'Absinthe" painter : DEGAS
39. - 29 : PERFECTSCORE
40. Ring combination : ONETWO
41. Lady of a 1932 song : EADIE
43. Quarter-millennium : CCL
44. 1940's Tigers All-Star Newhouser : HAL
46. Posting in a French store : HEURES
49. Ship sunk at Pearl Harbor : UTAH
50. "Can't do it" : NOSOAP
51. Beethoven's birthplace : BONN
52. Zeno's home : ELEA
53. Rustic pipe : REED
58. With 5-Down, a TV gourmet : GRAHAM
61. Emissary : LEGATE
62. Elton John, e.g. : SIR
64. Pollen container : ANTHER
66. Actress Mary et al. : URES
67. Bring in : REAP
68. Stuff : SATE
69. Doctor Zhivago : YURI
71. Nickname for Alexander : SACHA
72. Loud : STENTORIAN
75. Advertising figures : RATES
78. Give ___ of one's own medicine : ADOSE
79. Traffic caution : SLO
80. Engineer's sch. : MIT
82. Words after "Well" : ILLBE
83. Minimal : LEAST
85. Mordant Mort : SAHL
87. Book after Neh. : ESTH
92. Male slave : BONDMAN
95. Privileged classes : ELITES
96. Zeus, to Cronus : SON
97. Pour out freely : EFFUSE
98. Squares things : ATONES
99. Streep's "___ in the Dark" : ACRY
100. The slightest amount : BEANS
101. C.S.A. general : RELEE
102. House & Garden topic : DECOR
103. Bugs : IRKS
105. "Passion" star Negri : POLA
106. Kind of indigestion : ACID
107. Capital of Denmark in the Middle Ages : LUND
110. Gonzo : NUTS
112. Avg. : STD
114. Potted : LIT
115. Island guitar : UKE
116. "My man!" : BRO
117. Go wrong : ERR
118. Ham sandwicher : RYE

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