GETTING A-LONG

New York Times, Sunday, September 13, 1998

Author: Cathy Millhauser
Editor: Will Shortz
Cathy Allis
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 80 Missing: {JQVX} This is puzzle # 46 for Ms. Allis. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 1998, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Like gazpacho : COLD
5. "Pronto!" : ASAP
9. Put : LAID
13. Kindergarten lesson : ABCS
17. Actress Cheri of "S.N.L." : OTERI
19. Clouted : SMOTE
20. Cubemaker Rubik : ERNO
21. College appointment : DEAN
22. Food for thought? : BRAINMUFFIN
24. Fair : SOSO
25. Ares' mother : HERA
26. Comparable to a pancake : ASFLAT
27. Pain killer? : ACHESMURDERER
30. Bakery product : TART
31. Kind of jet : LEAR
32. Sprang : AROSE
33. Plea for a TV cop? : LACEYCOMEHOME
40. Clio hopefuls : ADMEN
42. Lead for a Lab : ODOR
43. Ryan known as "The Ryan Express" : NOLAN
44. Short cut : SNIP
45. Blacken : TAR
48. Tanked (up) : GASSED
51. Where they tell off-color prayers before meals? : BLUEGRACESTATE
55. Elect : OPT
56. Ribs : TEASES
58. Half of the "Rich Girl" duo, in 70's pop : OATES
59. Snake, for one : APOD
60. Salted away : STASHED
62. Famed reproach : ETTU
63. Springs : STEMS
64. Julia Child using miso, e.g.? : WOMANWITHAPASTE
70. Actress Swenson and others : INGAS
73. "___ be in England" : OHTO
74. About which : WHEREOF
78. Short wave? : PERM
79. Semidiameters : RADII
81. Donahue of "Get a Life" : ELINOR
84. Year in Vigilius's papacy : DLI
85. Wit in need of washing? : STAINEDUPCOMIC
88. Junta, say : REGIME
90. Faulkner title start : ASI
91. They precede kisses : IDOS
92. "Ivan IV" composer : BIZET
94. Son of Judah : ONAN
95. Army refusal : NOSIR
97. Do well as a temptress? : BAITATHOUSAND
101. One of the King Sisters : ALYCE
103. Lunks : APES
105. Eloise's ilk : IMPS
106. What one used to do in Kremlin heat? : BAKEINTHEUSSR
111. Bribe, informally : GREASE
114. "Oliver!" choreographer White : ONNA
115. Picnic pest, in this puzzle? : AINT
116. Balding lion's lament? : THETHINMANE
119. Windows picture : ICON
120. Neolith, e.g. : TOOL
121. Whopper creators : LIARS
122. Overall stuff : DENIM
123. Permits : LETS
124. "My treat" : ONME
125. Kind of child : ONLY
126. Make over : REDO
1. Part of an ear : COB
2. ___ cosa (something else) : OTRA
3. Gamboling places : LEAS
4. "Up on the Roof" singers, with "the" : DRIFTERS
5. Bowling alley inits. : AMF
6. Remote post? : SOFA
7. Suffix with symptom : ATIC
8. See 104-Down : PENH
9. Tenant : LESSEE
10. Reason to ask "What's cookin'?" : AROMA
11. Piece of The Rock : INSURANCE
12. Start with step or stop : DOOR
13. Stick : ADHERE
14. Result of a video viewer's spill? : BEERONTAPE
15. Worries : CARES
16. Catch : SNARE
18. Do parquetry : INLAY
19. Bank robber Willie : SUTTON
23. Singer Almond or actor Singer : MARC
28. Hard wood : ELM
29. Extinguishes : DAMPS
33. Things like Audi's rings : LOGOS
34. Customize : ADAPT
35. Spain's ___ Brava : COSTA
36. Swarms : MOBS
37. Popular fashion magazine : ELLE
38. Holstein abode : HAUS
39. Sum of the parts : ONE
41. Stops running : DIES
44. Waited (for) until long after dark : SATUP
46. Bit : ATOM
47. Merlot, Médoc, etc. : REDS
49. Belief system : ETHOS
50. Judge : DEEM
52. Ancient Germanic invader : GOTH
53. Pro ___ : RATA
54. Idaho, slangily : TATER
57. Town that's home to Ohio Northern University : ADA
61. Honored Hindu : SWAMI
62. Mil. arena abroad : ETO
63. Cubic meter : STERE
65. Difficult situation : NODUS
66. Kind of stitch : WHIP
67. Suffix meaning inflamed : ITIC
68. Botanical beard : AWN
69. Restaurateur Toots : SHOR
70. Itself, in a Latin phrase : IPSA
71. New Jersey hoopsters : NETS
72. Bad photo of a shoelace problem? : GRAINYKNOT
75. Minneapolis suburb : EDINA
76. "___ River" : OLMAN
77. Ogre : FIEND
79. Commercial prefix meaning "convenient to use" : REDI
80. Worship : ADORATION
81. Release : EMIT
82. One of Judy Garland's girls : LIZA
83. Rapper in "Tank Girl" : ICET
86. Japanese-American : NISEI
87. It goes around the middle : OBI
89. Light and filmy : GOSSAMER
93. Chicken choices : THIGHS
96. Large amounts : OCEANS
97. Popular car, again : BEETLE
98. Tempe sch. : ASU
99. TV actor Katz : OMRI
100. Flip : UPEND
101. Bubbling : ABOIL
102. Thrusting weapon : LANCE
104. With 8-Down, Asian capital : PHNOM
107. Peace-keeping grp. : NATO
108. Town on the Vire : STLO
109. Hebrew letter : SHIN
110. Touchable : REAL
112. Compos mentis : SANE
113. Lady in Arthurian legend : ENID
117. Assay : TRY
118. Funnyman Philips : EMO

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