MARKET SAVVY

New York Times, Sunday, July 28, 1996

Author: N. S. Wizer
Editor: Will Shortz
Norman S. Wizer
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 80 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 26 for Mr. Wizer. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1996, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Mel Torme piece : SCAT
5. One who can take a joke : SPORT
10. Gratified : GLAD
14. Takeoff : SPOOF
19. ___-poly : ROLY
20. Fruit tree : PAPAW
21. ___Digest (old flying magazine) : AERO
22. The "C" in C. S. Lewis : CLIVE
23. Bulls and Bears : TWOCHICAGOTEAMS
26. Havens : OASES
27. City near Horseshoe Curve : ALTOONA
28. Follows illegally : STALKS
29. Clear : LUCENT
30. "Don't Worry Kyoko" singer : ONO
31. Uganda's Amin : IDI
32. Withered : SERE
33. Triple witching hour : SCENEFROMMACBETH
41. Fill (up) : TANK
45. Ballet's___marche : PAS
46. Spurious : FALSE
47. "Orfeo ed Euridice" soprano : AMOR
48. Double-reed : OBOE
49. Mountain-climbing challenges : CRAGS
52. Symbol of noncaring : FIG
53. Abecedarian phrase : ASIN
54. Starting point : BASE
55. Stockholder : CORRALFORCATTLE
59. Act rudely on the dance floor : CUTIN
60. Amphitheaters : OVALS
61. "___Johnny!" : HERES
62. Hens, in a way : LAYERS
63. Pants material : SUEDE
64. Illustrious : NOTED
65. Intensive care conditions : COMAS
66. Thnroughout, in music : SEMPRE
68. Lowly ones : PEONS
69. Partner of won : WOOED
70. "___Muchachos" (1932 song) : ADIOS
71. Watered stock : COWSATTHETROUGH
76. Kind of help : SELF
77. Downwind : ALEE
78. Facilitation : AID
79. Come out the same : AGREE
80. Eurasian duck : SMEW
81. Fortas and Burrows : ABES
82. Villa features : ATRIA
84. Bibliographical suffix : ANA
85. Maneuverable : YARE
86. Book value : COSTOFBESTSELLER
91. Start for "Around" and "Ideas" in song titles : IGET
93. Comedian Bill, to friends : COS
94. Raven maniac? : POE
95. Country with its shape on its flag : CYPRUS
98. Bursts of energy : SPURTS
101. Like Sibelius : FINNISH
105. Words never "heard" on stage : ASIDE
106. Street name : WALLMAINORSTATE
108. Certain second-hand items : REPOS
109. Impression : IDEA
110. Off the wall : INANE
111. Prince of opera : IGOR
112. Code subject : DRESS
113. In the vicinity : NEAR
114. Privations : NEEDS
115. Trims, as a tree : LOPS
1. Abbr. on a letter to Spain : SRTA
2. Hood : COWL
3. Loads : ALOT
4. Forbes 400 sort : TYCOON
5. Corporate split : SPINOFF
6. South American rodent : PACA
7. 1940's inflation fighter: Abbr. : OPA
8. Poverty, so to speak : RAGS
9. Double-cross : TWOTIME
10. Manx language family : GAELIC
11. Reporter's news source : LEAK
12. Treaty subject : ARMS
13. Computer acronym : DOS
14. Ransack : SCOUR
15. Spot market : PLACETOBUYADOG
16. Compiegne's river : OISE
17. Hot spot : OVEN
18. Event suffix : FEST
24. Fine-tune : HONE
25. Vocal fanfare : TADA
29. Old-time comic Lew : LEHR
32. Go piece : STONE
33. Juvenile protection grp. : SPCC
34. Dear, in Tuscany : CARO
35. Comic dictionary compiler Evan : ESAR
36. Chance happening : RAFFLE
37. Musical medleys : OLIOS
38. Prelate's title: Abbr. : MSGR
39. Like juicy turkeys : BASTED
40. 1964 Dinsey boy and others : EMILS
42. Slows down : ABATES
43. Private reply : NOSIR
44. Wails : KEENS
50. Odd lot : GROUPOFWEIRDOS
51. Bank patrons : SAVERS
53. Still : ATREST
56. Fill a hold : LADE
57. Don't sit on the fence : CHOOSE
58. Prudential competitor : AETNA
59. Brownie : CAMERA
62. Spoils : LOOT
63. Happy face : SMILER
64. Most up-to-date : NEWEST
65. Help revise : COEDIT
66. Nickname for Sarah Vaughan : SASSY
67. Puffiness : EDEMA
68. Explorers' destinations : POLES
69. Fan sounds : WHIRS
71. Burce___, Fay Wray's "King Kong" co-star : CABOT
72. Site of some Sargent paintings : TATE
73. River to the Caspian : URAL
74. Barry of "Bat Masterson" : GENE
75. Audition : HEAR
81. Whizzes : ACES
82. Sit on one's hands? : ABSTAIN
83. Has dreams : ASPIRES
87. Eyepiece, in jargon : OCULAR
88. Mold : FORM
89. Years on end : EONS
90. Campbell's variety : LENTIL
92. It can be wild : GUESS
95. It can be wild : CARD
96. European river that connects a network of canals : YSER
97. Mouthpiece? : PIPE
98. "No Ordinary Love" singer : SADE
99. Appeal : PLEA
100. Kind of curve : SINE
101. Affectionate : FOND
102. Othello's ancient : IAGO
103. Knock off : STOP
104. For the lady : HERS
106. Success : WIN
107. Scottish dissent : NAE

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