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New York Times, Sunday, August 12, 2001

Author: Nancy Nicholson Joline
Editor: Will Shortz
Nancy Nicholson Joline
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 81 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 98 for Ms. Joline. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Teaching device : PARABLE
8. View from Windsor Castle : THAMES
14. ___ Bay, part of Lake Huron : SAGINAW
20. Shrunken : SMALLER
21. Tasmania's capital : HOBART
22. Winner of all four grand slam titles : AGASSI
23. Famous presidential declaration : ICHBINEINBERLINER
25. Person with no pockets : NUDIST
26. Spots : ADS
27. Rosacea and others : ACNES
28. "Cómo ___ usted?" : ESTA
30. One of the 12 tribes of Israel : DAN
31. Plots : PLANS
34. Start of some Spanish place names : LAS
35. Eddie Cantor's "___ Whoopee" : MAKIN
36. Suffix with butyl : ENE
37. Mozart's "___ fan tutte" : COSI
38. Eye-catching beachwear : STRINGBIKINIS
42. Claims, briefly : RTS
43. In all respects : TOTALLY
46. Talking bird of poetry : RAVEN
47. ___ Park, Colo. : ESTES
49. "As Good As It Gets" actor : KINEAR
50. Barbecue item : SPIT
52. Consider again : REHEAR
54. Deposed tyrant : AMIN
55. Casual Friday casualties : TIES
56. Grind : RATRACE
59. Tennessee Williams, to family : TOM
62. They may get a dusting : FINGERPRINTS
66. Speaker accompanier, perhaps : ROADIE
67. ___-B (Gillette division) : ORAL
69. Dynamic opener : AERO
70. Jalopy : HEAP
72. Forty-___ : NINER
73. Ferment : UNREST
75. Like many Hitchcock films : SPINETINGLING
80. Day-___ : GLO
81. Gyrates : ROTATES
83. Name on some Scotch bottles : SARK
84. Gone by : AGO
85. Puts one's foot down : INSISTS
87. Chief Ouray's tribe : UTES
88. "A Passage to India" family : MOORES
92. Pitch : SPIEL
94. Reacts to a shock : REELS
96. Weapon on an 89-Down : ENFIELD
98. Some campaign charges : MUD
99. "My Fair Lady" song : THERAININSPAIN
104. Take off : FLEE
105. Ticket abbr. : ARR
106. It'll hold water : EWER
107. Person looking for a seat? : POL
108. Half of a famous 1930's duo : CLYDE
109. Slant : SPIN
110. "Joseph and His Brothers" novelist : MANN
111. Bobbin : SPOOL
113. Run (for) : VIE
114. More contrived : HOKIER
116. Meal enders : AFTERDINNERMINTS
122. Puts up : ERECTS
123. Kind of fuel : DIESEL
124. Amusement park features : ARCADES
125. Easy ___ : STREET
126. Unveil : EXPOSE
127. Barely : BYANOSE
1. Telepathy, e.g. : PSI
2. Cable channel for film devotees : AMC
3. Olé : RAH
4. Like Mother Teresa : ALBANIAN
5. Deprives of judgment : BLINDS
6. What settles : LEES
7. Irish lass's name : ERIN
8. 1977 James Brolin thriller : THECAR
9. Obtrudes : HORNSIN
10. Fit : ABLE
11. They may be full of gas : MAINS
12. Poetic preposition : ERE
13. 1973-74 faddist : STREAKER
14. "The Great ___" (1979 film) : SANTINI
15. Request from a thirsty Spaniard : AGUA
16. Wander : GAD
17. Stock no-no : INSIDERTRADING
18. "The Mambo Kings" co-star : ASSANTE
19. Watch : WITNESS
24. Latvian, e.g. : BALT
29. Worker with hides : SKINNER
31. Agt.'s cut : PCT
32. ___-see : LOOK
33. John of "Viva Max!" : ASTI
35. Year in the rule of Ethelred the Unready : MIV
38. Shot putter? : SYRINGE
39. One of football's Fearsome Foursome : GRIER
40. Enables a runner to score, maybe : BATSIN
41. Manage : SEETO
44. Two pages : LEAF
45. Coats : LAMINATES
48. Foil alternative : SARAN
50. Sharpen : STROP
51. "Great Expectations" hero : PIP
53. Going back to repeatedly : HARPINGON
57. Sky over Strasbourg : CIEL
58. First name in architecture : EERO
59. Big music news : TOUR
60. "Yes ___?" : ORNO
61. Gibson fan, say : MARTINIDRINKER
63. Speech stumbles : ERS
64. Figures : THINKS
65. Part: Abbr. : SEG
68. Charter : LEASE
71. El ___, 1942 battle site : ALAMEIN
74. Circus prop : STILT
76. Pancreatic hormone : INSULIN
77. Dines at home : EATSIN
78. Number of coins in the Fontana di Trevi : TRE
79. Foul-up : GOOF
82. Broadcast : STREWN
86. Activity at a sorority : SERENADE
89. See 96-Across : RIFLEMAN
90. Squirming : EELY
91. Place for runners : SLED
92. Big successes : SMASHES
93. Claim : PURPORT
95. Musician's need : EAR
97. Pee ___, Carolina river : DEE
100. "Citizen Kane" inspiration : HEARST
101. Seeds : SPORES
102. Kind of cut : POODLE
103. Pooped : ALLIN
108. Approximately : CIRCA
110. Dole : METE
111. Dance instructor's call : STEP
112. Place to see José Morelos : PESO
113. Damned : VERY
115. Food preserver : ICE
117. Quandary : FIX
118. Pick up : NAB
119. ___-European : INDO
120. French possessive : TES
121. Daytona-to-Vero Beach dir. : SSE

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