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New York Times, Sunday, June 4, 2000

Author: Martin Schneider
Editor: Will Shortz
Martin Schneider
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 134, Blocks: 72 Missing: {JQWX} This is puzzle # 11 for Mr. Schneider. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2000, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Charge : TASK
5. Auricular : OTIC
9. Feature : MOVIE
14. Environmental hazard, for short : CFC
17. "___ grip!" : GETA
18. Kind of coil : TESLA
20. Lickety-split : APACE
21. Certain something : AURA
22. "My word!" : ISAY
23. Champion on the ice : ENAITCHELALLSTAR
26. Perky name? : FOLGERS
28. Stone landmark : CAIRN
29. Second edition : REISSUE
30. Many a college teaching assistant : PEEAITCHDEESTUDENT
33. ___ Méditerranée : MER
34. Parts of a krona : ORE
35. Düsseldorf dessert : EIS
36. July 4, e.g.: Abbr. : HOL
39. Quatrain scheme : ABAB
41. A : ONE
42. Like the sound "ng" : NASAL
45. Leave : SECEDE
48. Daisy Fuentes or Carson Daly : EMTEEVEEHOST
51. Many a sailor's downfall : LORELEI
52. The Tatler essayist : STEELE
53. ___ voce : SOTTO
54. One who's up a creek? : CANOEIST
55. Affectation : AIRS
57. British banking name : BARCLAY
59. Vibe : SENSE
60. Pre-calc : TRIG
63. Crushed : ALLBROKENUP
66. Impending : NEAR
67. Whetstones : HONES
69. Response to a doubter : YESIDID
70. G.I. journalist : PYLE
72. Stemmed : EMANATED
74. Delineated : ZONED
76. Pursue intently : GUNFOR
80. Like improved baby shampoo : GENTLER
81. Las Vegas landmark : EMGEEEMGRAND
83. Whitney Houston's record label : ARISTA
84. Sprays : HOSES
86. Senate response : NAY
87. Perón and namesakes : EVAS
88. Little dog, for short : POM
89. ___ Aviv : TEL
90. Orch. section : STR
91. Nasdaq news, in brief : IPO
92. Theater hit of 1878 : AITCHEMESSPINAFORE
101. Hesitating : NOTSURE
103. Wife of Abram : SARAI
104. Fit to be tied : INARAGE
106. Red Cross offering : CEEPEEARTRAINING
109. Antiquated alpine apparatus : TBAR
110. Just : ONLY
111. Pitch : SPIEL
112. "The Far Side" exclamations : DANGS
113. 1965 jazz album : ELLA
114. Kind of flour : SOY
115. Presidential nickname : TEDDY
116. Obsolescent conjunction : LEST
117. Bakery offerings : RYES
1. Work week whoop : TGIF
2. "The Tortoise and the Hare" writer : AESOP
3. Draw on a board : STALEMATE
4. Cold war warriors : KAYGEEBEEAGENTS
5. Cheri of "S.N.L." : OTERI
6. 140 pounds, in Britain : TENSTONE
7. "This ___ test" : ISA
8. You've heard it before : CLICHE
9. Sarajevo skiing gold medalist : MAHRE
10. Earth, for the most part : OPENSEA
11. Actor Kilmer : VAL
12. Legendary skydiver : ICARUS
13. Went sniggling : EELED
14. Releases, as a fish : CUTSTHELINE
15. Herr's her : FRAU
16. Today it's managed : CARE
19. Not much : ATAD
21. Org. : ASSN
24. French corp. : CIE
25. Sprawl : LIE
27. Drum site : EAR
31. Some Algonquians : CREES
32. Up to, informally : TIL
37. Potemkin Steps city : ODESSA
38. Pitcher Al for the Blue Jays and Mets : LEITER
39. 50's political inits. : AES
40. N.Y.C. subway letters : BMT
41. ___ barrel : OVERA
42. Makes official : NOTARIZES
43. Site of the 1973 Riggs/King "Battle of the Sexes" : ASTRODOME
44. Some Christmas decorations : STOCKINGS
45. 46-Down, to Aphrodite : SON
46. See 45-Down : EROS
47. Prominent media member : CEEENENREPORTER
49. Biblical high priest : ELI
50. 1984 Redford role Roy ___ : HOBBS
51. Hospitalize : LAYUP
54. When doubled, a number : CAN
56. Not so naïve : SLYER
58. 1998 World Series star Ricky : LEDEE
60. Mall mainstay : THEGAP
61. The Joker player on 60's TV : ROMERO
62. With absolutely no spark : INANIMATELY
64. Headed up : LED
65. Miniature : PYGMY
68. Tar : SALT
71. Oaf : LUG
73. Hatter affair : TEA
75. Teeth: Prefix : DENTI
77. With approval : FAVORABLY
78. ___ lark : ONA
79. They intersect intersections: Abbr. : RDS
82. Annual report report : EARNINGS
84. Laugh syllable : HEE
85. Central Park designer Frederick Law ___ : OLMSTED
89. 1940 Karloff horror flick : THEAPE
90. Kind of column : SPINAL
91. Darin and Dee's "___ Man Answers" : IFA
93. Kindergarten game : ISPY
94. Part of a work week: Abbr. : TUE
95. Comb : CREST
96. Old : EARLY
97. Span. 15-Down : SRA
98. Aforementioned : SAID
99. Worry : ANGST
100. French equivalent : EGALE
101. Cpls., e.g. : NCOS
102. Wine, for starters : OENO
105. Big times : ERAS
107. Free (of) : RID
108. Chemical suffix : INE

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