HIGH OVERHEAD

New York Times, Sunday, July 14, 2002

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 72 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 32 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2002, The New York Times
Across Down
1. "Rumble in the Bronx" star : CHAN
5. Singer Jon : SECADA
11. Brandy flavor : PEAR
15. Get by : PASS
19. Alpine peak Monte ___ : ROSA
20. Become tense : TAUTEN
21. Cropped unit? : ACRE
22. Issue : EMIT
23. Honky-tonk legend Ernest : TUBB
24. Not far off : JUSTAROUNDTHECORNER
27. Film technique, for short : SLOMO
29. Most ticklish : DICIEST
30. An amino acid : LYSINE
31. Bigmouth : SEABASS
33. Snakelike : EELY
34. Easy mark : LIVEONE
35. Not the shortest line between two points : ARC
36. Goes back to the beginning : REWINDS
39. Corn ___ : PONE
40. Insurrectionist Turner : NAT
41. Loud laugh : YUK
42. 100 centavos : PESO
43. N.L. record-setter Steve : GARVEY
45. State-run airline : ELAL
47. Be informed of : HEAR
48. John who invented logarithms : NAPIER
49. Sluggish : LOGY
53. Stopping point on long trips : RESTAREA
55. "The Great Santini" novelist : PATCONROY
57. "Our Gang" girl : DARLA
58. Director Lee : ANG
60. Half a 70's-80's comedy duo : CHONG
61. Smoothie : ROMANCER
63. W.W. I weapon : MUSTARDGAS
67. Exceptional rating : STARSTARSTARSTARSTAR
69. Not crisp, laundrywise : UNSTARCHED
70. Dust, for one : ALLERGEN
72. World Cup powerhouse : ITALY
74. Catullus composition : ODE
75. Once bitten, say : LEERY
76. British delicacies : MINCEPIES
79. Stockholder? : STORE
83. "___ go!" : LETS
84. Inability to tell A from B, e.g. : TINEAR
85. Refreshers : NAPS
87. Takes action against : SUES
88. Silently intimidate : STAREDOWN
89. Backbone : GRIT
90. Bit of reproof : TSK
91. Unmentionable : BRA
94. Senator aboard Discovery : GARN
95. Horseshoes players : TOSSERS
98. "What rubbish!" : FIE
99. Parent's performance : LULLABY
101. Hidden spot : LAIR
103. "It Don't Come Easy" singer : RINGOSTARR
105. Fill in : UPDATE
106. Noted Ottawa chief : PONTIAC
109. Influence : COLOR
110. Early Ford production : RAIDERSOFTHELOSTARK
113. Particular : ITEM
115. Work to achieve harmony : TUNE
116. Pipe problem : RUST
117. Salad leaf : ENDIVE
118. He loved Lucy : DESI
119. Husky burden : SLED
120. Jacques Cousteau's middle name : YVES
121. Hot : STOLEN
122. 1999 Matthew McConaughey movie : EDTV
1. Monitor, for short : CRT
2. It's not according to Hoyle : HOUSERULE
3. Jet : ASBLACKASTAR
4. Fat cat : NABOB
5. Eastern terminus of the Pony Express : STJOSEPH
6. ___ de Cologne : EAU
7. Éclair filler : CUSTARD
8. Pierre's yours : ATOI
9. Dadblasted : DEUCED
10. "___ Song" (#1 John Denver hit) : ANNIES
11. Easy mark : PATSY
12. Authentic: Ger. : ECHT
13. "Chances ___" : ARE
14. It may set you back a bit : RECLINER
15. By its nature : PERSE
16. Embryonic sac : AMNION
17. Yellow-brown pigment : SIENNA
18. Kind of theater : STREET
25. Artist ___ Sarto : DEL
26. Cry of woe : OYVEY
28. Sully : MAR
31. Quoted one : SAYER
32. Win decisively : SWEEP
34. Signoff in a mash note : LOVEYOU
37. Stern with a violin : ISAAC
38. Trusted guide : NORTHSTAR
39. Police record entry : PRIOR
43. Master P's music : GANGSTARAP
44. Natl. Poetry Mo. : APR
46. Summit attendees : LEADERS
48. Idea destined to fail : NONSTARTER
49. Surgical implements : LANCETS
50. Grp. of players : ORCH
51. Jollity : GLEE
52. House adjunct : YARD
54. About to explode : ANGRY
56. Peace Nobelist Oscar Arias Sanchez, e.g. : COSTARICAN
57. Contemptible sneaks : DASTARDS
59. [Awful!] : GAG
62. Telephone trio : MNO
63. Collection of outlets? : MALL
64. Title role for Peter Fonda : ULEE
65. Hollywood up-and-comer : STARLET
66. Like many a Riesling : SEMIDRY
68. Speckled songbirds : STARLINGS
71. Dress material : NINON
73. Quite a while : YEARS
77. Unaccustomed (to) : NEW
78. Nosy one : SPIER
80. Beaten in a race : OUTFOOTED
81. Refuse to be taken in : RESISTARREST
82. Gravelly glacial ridge : ESKER
84. Wintergreen fruit : TEABERRY
86. Deeply affected : STRICKEN
88. 1994 sci-fi epic : STARGATE
91. Says unthinkingly : BLURTS
92. One-named entertainer : RUPAUL
93. Classic early press : ALDINE
95. Offerings to God : TITHES
96. Familiarize : ORIENT
97. ___-Cat : SNO
100. Filled with cargo : LADED
101. Artists' rentals : LOFTS
102. Underground worker : ANT
104. Portamento, in music : GLIDE
106. Something to strike : POSE
107. Tough guy portrayer Ray : ALDO
108. Wire arrangement : COIL
111. Minivan alternative : SUV
112. Give nothing to : STARVE
114. Early second-millennium date : MIV

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