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New York Times, Sunday, January 15, 2006

Author: Richard Silvestri
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Silvestri
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 75 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 133 for Mr. Silvestri. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
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1. ___ once : ALLAT
6. Blood-related : HEMIC
11. Spot on a horse : DAPPLE
17. Not as nice : MEANER
19. Oscar winner who made his film debut in "Me, Natalie," 1969 : PACINO
20. One who works on walls : PAPERER
21. Chant : INTONE
22. Patch type : IRONON
23. Go from worse to bad? : IMPROVE
24. Female competitor in springboard competition? : DIVINGBELLE
26. Personal points of view : TAKES
28. Pouchlike part : SAC
29. "House of Incest" author : NIN
30. Smidgen : IOTA
31. Breathing space? : PORE
32. Cooped (up) : PENT
33. Decree : FIAT
34. Where the smoke rises in a sty's chimney? : SWINEFLUE
37. Sounds of impact : SPLATS
39. Cardboard pkg. : CTN
40. Suit to ___ : ATEE
41. Wal-Mart rival : SEARS
42. Normandy city : CAEN
43. One of the Borgias : CESARE
45. Film role played by both Vincent Price and Bill Cosby : SATAN
47. They have quarters downtown : ARCADES
50. Newspaper no. : CIRC
52. Without carrying charges? : BORNEFREE
55. Be-bopper : CAT
56. Start of the second quarter : APRIL
59. It fits in a lock : OAR
61. On a high : ELATED
62. Notable #4 with a stick : ORR
63. Lionize : LAUD
64. Cashew family member : SUMAC
66. Contents of a diamond bag : ROSIN
67. Theater org. : ANTA
68. Cross promotion? : PEN
69. Fellini's "La ___" : STRADA
70. Part of T.G.I.F. : ITS
71. Not quite right : FISHY
72. Solo in space : HAN
73. Where Brahmans build their houses? : CASTELOTS
76. Hard to believe : TALL
78. Get moving : ANIMATE
80. Addition symbol : CARET
82. Imp : RASCAL
86. Barbering area : NAPE
87. Produce plays, say : WRITE
89. Grate : RASP
91. Corrosive chemical, to a chemist : HCL
92. Protractor measurements : ANGLES
94. A choice between cinnabar and galena? : EITHERORE
96. Rush : REED
97. One and only : SOLE
98. Fraternal letters : BPOE
99. School since 1440 : ETON
100. Puerto Rico hrs. : AST
101. Mexican Mrs. : SRA
102. Baltimore's Enoch ___ Free Library : PRATT
104. Command to a gardener? : WESTWARDHOE
108. Maximilian, for one : EMPEROR
110. Handle an F-15, e.g. : AVIATE
112. It may zip out : LINING
113. Chefs, at times : TASTERS
114. Gave birth on a farm : CALVED
115. Sound setup : STEREO
116. Underhanded, to put it nicely : SLEAZY
117. President born in Charles City, Va. : TYLER
118. It may be rolled up in a bun : TRESS
1. In the thick of : AMID
2. Early Russian Communist : LENINITE
3. Modern-day inhabitants of old Livonia : LATVIANS
4. Apply chrism : ANOINT
5. Home of Ft. Donelson Natl. Battlefield : TENN
6. Author Ellison : HARLAN
7. Green subj. : ECOL
8. Go for the gold : MINE
9. She rescued Odysseus : INO
10. Topographic map feature : CONTOUR
11. British title : DAME
12. Computer programs, briefly : APPS
13. In accordance with : PER
14. What you'll find at a prison library? : PROSEANDCONS
15. Mediterranean region : LEVANT
16. Puts up : ERECTS
18. Make an impression : REGISTER
19. Devout acts : PIETIES
20. Toll road : PIKE
25. Heavyweight champ Riddick : BOWE
27. Lover of Aphrodite : ARES
31. Appointment book : PLANNER
32. Bargaining factor : PLEA
33. TV overseer: Abbr. : FCC
35. Last word of Missouri's motto : ESTO
36. Alarm : FEAR
37. Show in theaters : SCREEN
38. Roughly measured (off) : PACED
40. Seed coat : ARIL
44. 91-Across, e.g. : ACID
46. Wear away : ABRADE
47. Oil worker : ARTIST
48. What Shakespeare called "the little O" : EARTH
49. Leave the straight and narrow : STRAY
51. Student's selection : COURSE
53. Kay Thompson character : ELOISE
54. Firmly secured : FAST
56. Kind of star : ALPHA
57. Song of joy : PAEAN
58. Miler's mistake? : RUNNINGLAPSE
60. Latin 101 word : AMAT
64. Union members : STATES
65. Chalk or marble : CALCITE
67. Needs a doctor : AILS
69. Land's end? : SCAPE
71. Uproar : FLAP
74. Word of honor : OATH
75. Leaves home? : TREE
77. Weapons collections : ARSENALS
79. ___ bonding : MALE
81. Stepped lively : TROTTED
83. Cheese type : CHESHIRE
84. Some solvents : ACETONES
85. Letters after a barrister's name : LLD
87. Shed tears : WEPT
88. Reading to the unruly : RIOTACT
90. Lined up : AROW
92. Stocks and such : ASSETS
93. Everyday : NORMAL
95. One who's lying : RESTER
96. One of the original Not Ready for Prime Time Players : RADNER
98. Components of some codes : BARS
102. Veep's boss : PREZ
103. Calhoun of TV's "The Texan" : RORY
104. Mental power : WILL
105. Overhang : EAVE
106. "Norma Rae" director : RITT
107. Vanity cases? : EGOS
109. Greek vowel : ETA
111. "Oy ___!" : VAY

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