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New York Times, Sunday, June 29, 2003

Author: Rich Norris
Editor: Will Shortz
Rich Norris
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 68 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 170 for Mr. Norris. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2003, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Bad blood : ANIMUS
7. Loose : ATLARGE
14. Protozoan : AMEBIC
20. Parachute part : CANOPY
21. Rescue : BAILOUT
22. Solar eclipse phenomenon : CORONA
23. Al Capone camping? : CRIMINALINTENT
25. Fashions : TRENDS
26. Italian painter Guido : RENI
27. Office stamp abbr. : RECD
28. Often : ALOT
30. Code word : DAH
31. Requests : ASKSFOR
34. Makes sound : HEALS
38. Trapped : INABIND
40. Study highway design at college? : MAJORINROADS
43. Épéeist's move : LUNGE
44. Old atlas letters : SSR
47. Belafonte catchword : DAYO
48. Stone marker : STELE
49. "Variations on 'America'" composer : IVES
50. Gig after gig : TOUR
52. Markers : IOUS
54. "Galveston" songwriter Jimmy : WEBB
56. Court helper : CLERK
57. Average raiser : APLUS
59. Con game : STING
62. Attacks : MARAUDS
64. 1984 Cyndi Lauper hit : SHEBOP
66. "Quo Vadis" character : NERO
68. Elaborate hanging : TAPESTRY
71. Son of a son : III
72. Religious groups' traveling together? : FLYINGINSECTS
76. Stooge name : MOE
77. Approve : SANCTION
79. Going back in Time? : STET
80. Job woe : STRESS
82. TV series with the theme "I'll Be There for You" : FRIENDS
84. Checkup request : SAYAH
87. Em and Bee : AUNTS
88. Loose rock debris : SCREE
90. Per ___ : DIEM
92. Marked, as a paper ballot : XDIN
94. Vichy verb : ETRE
95. Sport___ (Ford Explorer model) : TRAC
96. Focus again : REAIM
99. Place to do one's bidding : EBAY
101. Blue : SAD
102. Nouveau ___ : RICHE
104. Folded-up salary check? : PAYINCREASES
107. Swears : ATTESTS
109. Saw : ADAGE
110. Certain school fundraiser : CARWASH
114. "Agnus ___" : DEI
115. "The Mod Squad" role : PETE
117. Fountain request? : WISH
119. Circular snack : OREO
120. "Enough!" : DROPIT
122. Not quitting a building supplies specialty? : STAYINGINDOORS
128. Kind of equation : LINEAR
129. Musical derived from "Berlin Stories" : CABARET
130. Blues great Smith : BESSIE
131. Calif. barrio locale : EASTLA
132. They don't get any reception : ELOPERS
133. City ENE of Atlanta : ATHENS
1. Capital on the Gulf of Guinea : ACCRA
2. Nostrils : NARES
3. Permanently : ININK
4. Excessive adulation of a parent : MOMISM
5. News org. : UPI
6. Part of a definition, maybe: Abbr. : SYN
7. Fit : ABLE
8. Martial art : TAICHI
9. Trees with heart-shaped leaves : LINDENS
10. PC key : ALT
11. Old World deer : ROE
12. Report source : GUN
13. Sundance's gal : ETTA
14. Follow, as advice : ACTON
15. Kind of enemy : MORTAL
16. Bard's preposition : ERE
17. Secret agent disguised as a clergyman? : BONDINVESTMENTS
18. At risk : INDANGER
19. Register site : CASHDESK
24. Dry gulches : ARROYOS
29. Sue Grafton's "___ for Lawless" : LIS
32. Rage : FAD
33. Sierra Madres resort : OJAI
35. Serious hang-ups? : ART
36. MGM studios founder : LOEW
37. Capital on the Willamette : SALEM
39. Creates : BUILDS
41. Slaughter : ROUT
42. Senate event : DEBATE
44. Balance : STASIS
45. Hagia ___ (Istanbul landmark) : SOPHIA
46. "In order to divide, invert the divisor and multiply," e.g.? : RULEINFRACTIONS
51. Obstacle : RUB
53. ___ Fein : SINN
55. Bric-a-___ : BRAC
56. Spanish hill : CUESTA
58. Pushover : SOFTIE
60. Photog's cache : NEGS
61. Boiled breakfast dish : GRITS
63. Studios, maybe: Abbr. : APTS
65. Ballet bend : PLIE
67. Fit to serve : ONEA
69. Pulpits : ROSTRA
70. Agreed with : YESSED
73. "___ Cassius has a lean ...": Shak. : YOND
74. Jawaharlal's daughter : INDIRA
75. Stream of mythology : STYX
78. Stable scene : CRECHE
81. French way : RUE
83. "Later!" : SEEYA
85. Chick's tail? : ADEE
86. Griller : HIBACHI
88. Not pick sides? : STRADDLE
89. Points to consider : CRITERIA
91. Domestic : MAID
93. Apollo's creator : NASA
97. Actress Claire : INA
98. Record breaker of 1998 : MCGWIRE
100. "___ durn tootin'!" : YER
103. Observation : ESPIAL
104. Ore. setting : PST
105. Conductor Fritz : REINER
106. Nike logo : SWOOSH
108. Tank brightener : TETRA
111. Popped up : AROSE
112. Small finch : SERIN
113. Scams, so to speak : HOSES
116. Suffix with opal : ESCE
118. Some drillers: Abbr. : SGTS
121. Treat like a dog? : PET
123. 1960-61 world chess champion : TAL
124. Blood letters : ABO
125. Big mouth : YAP
126. Magic grp. : NBA
127. Evidence gatherer: Abbr. : DET

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