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New York Times, Sunday, July 19, 1998

Author: Nancy Salomon
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Salomon
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 70 Missing: {JQWXZ} This is puzzle # 10 for Ms. Salomon. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pill popper's pop : CAPLET
7. It's supposed to come first : SAFETY
13. Rotating bodies : PLANETS
20. On the decline? : ASLOPE
21. Old French colony : ACADIA
22. Turned a deaf ear to : IGNORED
23. Head man on ice? : SKATINGSHRINK
25. Envoys : LEGATES
26. 10th anniversary gift : TIN
27. African plains grazer : GNU
28. India/Pakistan events : ATESTS
30. Strip off : SHED
31. Look of one needing a comeuppance : SNEER
33. Man to "tell 'em what they won" on many game shows : PARDO
36. College credits : UNITS
38. Christie detective : MARPLE
40. Early "S.N.L." star : RADNER
43. "Out!" : SCAT
47. Absent-minded barber's request? : LENDMEYOURSHEARS
51. Light of the moon : HALO
52. Lounging : ATEASE
53. Here's one pour vous : UNE
54. Woofer output : ARF
55. Kind of bar : CANDY
56. Psis' predecessors : CHIS
57. Not doing well in a race : FADING
60. Peeples of "North Shore," 1987 : NIA
62. Sandwiches for dessert : OREOS
63. Comparatively stewed : TIGHTER
65. Boat propellers : OARS
67. Marabou, for one : STORK
69. Make final : ICE
70. Chan's silent "You got me"? : ORIENTALSHRUG
73. Stand in : SUB
76. They can go to blazes : HOSES
77. "C'mon, be ___" : APAL
78. Saint-___ (Loire's capital) : ETIENNE
80. 10, in a way : IDEAL
83. N.L. Central team inits. : STL
85. Ham : EMOTER
87. "There!" : TADA
88. University of California site : DAVIS
89. La la starter : OOH
91. Prefix with duct : OVI
92. Sign-on requirement, often : USERID
94. Like a 911 call: Abbr. : EMER
95. Remnants in Ohio? : CINCINNATISHREDS
99. Nimble : SPRY
100. Operatic passage : ARIOSO
101. Coffeecake : KUCHEN
102. Joltless joe : SANKA
104. "Jerusalem Delivered" poet : TASSO
106. Stool, in a manner of speaking : PERCH
110. Paler than pale : ASHY
112. Fasten with a pop : SNAPON
115. Kabuki alternative : NOH
117. Italian note : ELA
118. Cubist before Rubik : PICASSO
120. Gift holders? : SANTASSHELVES
124. Why plants turn to the sun : TROPISM
125. Unreadable : INCODE
126. Kind of center : TRAUMA
127. Sling mud : ASPERSE
128. What to do : AGENDA
129. Most curious : ODDEST
1. Autograph holders : CASTS
2. Don't leave at the doorstep : ASKIN
3. Kind of geometry : PLANE
4. Parking place : LOT
5. Bons mots : EPIGRAMS
6. Neighbor of Mo. : TENN
7. Airline to Stockholm : SAS
8. Rhine whine : ACH
9. Electrical unit : FARAD
10. Rags have them : EDITORS
11. Sticking point : TINE
12. Ties up the phone : YAKS
13. Light lager : PILSNER
14. "T" size: Abbr. : LGE
15. Worry : ANGST
16. Flood survivor's pet? : NOAHSSHARK
17. Art Deco illustrator : ERTE
18. Got ready to drive, with "up" : TEED
19. Old sit-in org. : SDS
24. Aquarium staple : GUPPY
29. Sandwich filler : TUNAFISH
32. _ : EMDASH
34. Vocally : ALOUD
35. Reason to go back to school : REUNION
37. Forms grp. : IRS
39. Pot containers : REEFERS
41. "The light dawns!" : AHA
42. Bruce of "Family Plot" : DERN
44. Vaudeville dancer's accessory : CANE
45. Ray of film : ALDO
46. Building blocks, e.g. : TOYS
47. Milk: Prefix : LACTI
48. Work ___ : ETHIC
49. Snow, in Bordeaux : NEIGE
50. Soprano Scotto : RENATA
55. Welsh dog : CORGI
58. Old Dodge : ARIES
59. Purplish-red : GRAPE
61. "___ Grows in Brooklyn" : ATREE
64. Gimlets and screwdrivers : TOOLS
66. Hit (the brakes) : SLAMON
68. Fast exodus : OUTRUSH
71. European language of one million : ESTONIAN
72. Czechs' cousins : SLOVAKS
73. Bag : SNARE
74. Opened : UNDID
75. Worrier's handful : BEADS
76. Abominable Snowman? : HAIRYSHAPE
79. Timeless, in olden times : ETERNE
80. Monthly occurrence : IDES
81. Dewy : DAMP
82. "Did you ___?" : EVER
84. Off one's rocker : LOCO
86. Son of Vespasian : TITUS
90. Part of H.R.H. : HIS
93. Guide and protector : SHEPHERD
95. Dump : CAN
96. Trying : IRKSOME
97. Never, never, never : NOTONCE
98. Little PC pictures : ICONS
103. Mate's assent : AYSIR
105. Playwright Chekhov : ANTON
107. Satirical production : REVUE
108. "Bonanza" deputy and others : CLEMS
109. Sets upon : HASAT
110. Something to put on? : AIRS
111. Old English bard : SCOP
113. Three oceans touch it : ASIA
114. Hungry feeling : PANG
116. "___ be in England" : OHTO
118. Sch. group : PTA
119. Viper's sound : SSS
121. Put two and two together : ADD
122. Large amount : SEA
123. Lassie's mate : LAD

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