ANAGRAMMATIC WHO'S WHO

New York Times, Sunday, July 16, 2006

Author: Ashish Vengsarkar
Editor: Will Shortz
Ashish Vengsarkar
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 76 Missing: none – this is a pangram Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Vengsarkar. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pelvic : ILIAC
6. P.M. times : AFTS
10. Fast feline : PUMA
14. They don't do Windows, as a rule : IMACS
19. Sheryl Crow's "All I ___ Do" : WANNA
20. Goggle : GAZE
21. City south of Moscow : OREL
22. Lollygag : TARRY
23. EVIL BRAT IN THERE : IVANTHETERRIBLE
26. Muchachas: Abbr. : SRTAS
27. Part of the refrain before "hey hey hey" in a 1969 #1 song : NANANANA
28. ___ League : ARAB
29. Absorbed : INTENT
30. CANNY OLDER AUTHOR : ARTHURCONANDOYLE
34. Notches, usually : VSHAPES
38. Honk : TOOT
39. Frown : LOUR
40. School for King's Scholars : ETON
41. Not manual : AUTO
42. Signs : OMENS
44. Passers, briefly : QBS
47. TO APPEAR ON ELBA, NON? : NAPOLEONBONAPARTE
52. Diminutive suffix : ULE
53. Nevada county : NYE
54. Sharper : ACUTER
55. P.O. items : LTRS
56. 1940's-50's All-Star Johnny : SAIN
57. Old cars with 389 engines : GTOS
58. Secretary of state before Shultz : HAIG
59. Diet doctor : ATKINS
61. EAGER TO USE LYRICAL MOLD : SAMUELTAYLORCOLERIDGE
68. Benedict XV's successor : PIUSXI
69. Vault : LEAP
70. Narc tail? : OSIS
71. Playfully roguish : ARCH
72. Jason ___, longtime Denver Bronco : ELAM
73. Touch : ADJOIN
76. Recipe instruction : ADD
79. Sci-fi drug : TEK
80. SEEN ALIVE? SORRY, PAL! : ELVISAARONPRESLEY
84. Co. founded by Perot : EDS
85. Old-fashioned contraction : TAINT
86. Good buddy : CBER
87. Abbey area : APSE
88. Like some Fr. nouns : MASC
89. God whose wife had hair of finely spun gold : THOR
90. Storyteller's challenge : TOPTHIS
93. EVER THE CRISP HERO : CHRISTOPHERREEVE
98. Taos sight : PUEBLO
99. Picnic hamperer : RAIN
100. "Clever thinking" : NEATIDEA
105. Esther of "Good Times" : ROLLE
106. I VALUE NICER ROLE : LAURENCEOLIVIER
109. Affaire : AMOUR
110. Some wings : ELLS
111. B'way showing : PERF
112. Part of a platform : TENET
113. Carryalls : TOTES
114. Dying words? : OBIT
115. It's usually slanted : ROOF
116. Pete ___, 1970's-80's General Motors chief : ESTES
1. "Bingo!" : IWIN
2. Source of basalt : LAVA
3. ___ uproar : INAN
4. Tolstoy heroine : ANNA
5. Short break : CATNAP
6. Operatives : AGENTS
7. Al ___ (Mideast group) : FATAH
8. Philosopher Mo-___ : TZE
9. Sun. talk : SER
10. Herculean literary character? : POIROT
11. Concentrated, in a way : URBAN
12. Peach ___ : MELBA
13. Cask contents : ALE
14. "I give up" : ITSNOUSE
15. St. Stephen, in the Bible : MARTYR
16. Soviet cooperative : ARTEL
17. One doing heavy lifting : CRANE
18. Meth. : SYST
24. Hopper : HARE
25. Nocturnal animal: Var. : RACOON
29. Start of a refusal : IDONT
31. Part of an instrument measuring fluid pressure : UTUBE
32. Kind of blade : ROTOR
33. Pirates and Cards : NLERS
34. Kind of diagram in logic : VENN
35. Dog command : STAY
36. Word before and after "against" : HOPE
37. "Wheel of Fortune" buy : ANO
41. Industrious one : ANT
42. Some nerve : OPTIC
43. Pulitzer-winning critic Jefferson : MARGO
44. Dennis of "The Alamo" : QUAID
45. Hip-hop jewelry, in short : BLING
46. Pick up : SENSE
48. Glove material : LATEX
49. Potentially dangerous strain : ECOLI
50. Boot : OUST
51. Winged : ALAR
56. Their tips turn up : SKIS
57. Wax rhapsodic : GUSH
58. Short flight : HOP
59. Race of Norse gods : AESIR
60. Group of three : TRINE
61. Rush : SPATE
62. Was on : AIRED
63. Goos : MUCKS
64. Texas hold 'em announcement : ALLIN
65. Catalytic converter? : YEAST
66. Temple tender : LAMA
67. Flight maneuver : LOOP
72. Boot : EVICT
73. Pergola : ARBOR
74. Baseball Hall-of-Famer Bobby : DOERR
75. Dad's namesake: Abbr. : JNR
76. "Kubla Khan" river : ALPH
77. First name in 50's TV : DESI
78. Salon supplies : DYES
80. Amazon.com and others : ETAILERS
81. Stop from running, maybe : LASSO
82. One-seeded fruit, botanically : ACHENE
83. Parked oneself : SAT
88. 1959 #1 hit by the Fleetwoods : MRBLUE
89. Craving : THIRST
90. Start a drive : TEEOFF
91. Like Ford's logo : OVAL
92. Garment size : PETITE
93. 1980's-90's New York governor : CUOMO
94. Spartan serf : HELOT
95. Toothbrush handle? : ORALB
96. 1945 Physics Nobelist Wolfgang ___ : PAULI
97. Madrid month : ENERO
98. Something to fall on : PRAT
101. Composer Charles : IVES
102. Force : DINT
103. Clown shoe width : EEEE
104. Culture : ARTS
106. August person : LEO
107. "Wait Wait … Don't Tell Me!" network : NPR
108. Bus. driver? : CEO

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