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New York Times, Sunday, October 14, 2012

Author: Todd Gross
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 132, Blocks: 64 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Gross. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2012, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Yoga posture : ASANA
6. Mideast strongman : ASSAD
11. Men's suit specification : TALL
15. Bread dispensers : ATMS
19. Common belief : TENET
20. Complete, in informal writing : THORO
21. "Dies ___" : IRAE
22. Slow leak : DRIP
23. Special attention : TENDERLOVINGCARE
26. Lioness's lack : MANE
27. Behind : INARREARS
28. Against one's will : NOTBYCHOICE
30. Salon worker : COLORIST
31. Island west of Maui : LANAI
32. Didn't come right out and say : HINTED
33. Word with Army or ant : RED
34. Lapful, maybe : HOUSECAT
37. Tantrum, colloquially : HISSY
38. General headquarters? : BASE
41. Farm wagon : WAIN
42. Some baby sitters : NANAS
44. Soap discontinued in 2011 : ALLMYCHILDREN
50. Speakeasy's distilling locale : BATHTUB
54. Buzzer : BEE
55. Buzzes : WHIRS
56. Repeated phrase in "Hot Hot Hot" : OLEOLE
58. Ikea store, to some : MAZE
59. Something with a Blue Book value : USEDCAR
61. 1937 hit with the lyric "You're like the fragrance of blossoms fair" : SORARE
62. Brown ink : SEPIA
63. Comic strip with the characters Rat and Pig : PEARLSBEFORESWINE
67. A little off : AMISS
69. Not well : POORLY
70. Behind : PASTDUE
73. Low-battery signal : BEEP
74. Dog with "rough" and "smooth" breeds : COLLIE
75. British pens : GAOLS
77. Southwest terminal? : ERN
78. "The Gates" artist : CHRISTO
80. M.R.I., maybe : TOTALBODYSCAN
83. Old-fashioned boiler input : COALS
85. "Have you ___ good?" : BEEN
86. Tex. neighbor : OKLA
87. Egypt's Sadat : ANWAR
90. What a pusher may push in a park : STROLLER
94. Cabinet dept. since 1889 : AGR
96. Stoller's partner in songwriting : LEIBER
98. Like some coincidences : EERIE
99. Enters hurriedly : RUSHESIN
104. What dead men are said to do : TELLNOTALES
106. You may go under it at a hotel : FALSENAME
107. Stock: Abbr. : MDSE
108. With "The," former sketch comedy program on CBS ... fittingly enough : CAROLBURNETTSHOW
110. Bit of science : ATOM
111. Farm fowl : HENS
112. Chilled : ONICE
113. Some up-and-comers : TEENS
114. Teetotaler's amount : NONE
115. Or follower : ELSE
116. Some classwork : NOTES
117. Relative of a crown : ONLAY
1. Top of a ladder, maybe : ATTIC
2. "___ Evil" (Mia Farrow film) : SEENO
3. Chronicle : ANNAL
4. "Our Town" opera composer : NEDROREM
5. On the ground, in ballet : ATERRE
6. Volume of the world : ATLAS
7. Pet that doesn't need much brushing, say : SHORTHAIR
8. Old Brit. coins : SOVS
9. Son in "The Royal Tenenbaums" : ARI
10. Italian ladies : DONNAS
11. Itty-bitty breath mint : TICTAC
12. Omani or Yemeni : ARABIAN
13. Three-time All-Star pitcher Frank : LARY
14. Hanger-on : LEECH
15. Warning : ADMONISHMENT
16. Blue eyes and blond hair : TRAITS
17. Takes baby steps : MINCES
18. Alka-Seltzer ad character : SPEEDY
24. Frist's successor as Senate majority leader : REID
25. Outta here : GONE
29. Percussionist's setup : HIHAT
31. Home of the oldest school in Sweden, founded in 1085 : LUND
35. Palm products : OILS
36. Recipe unit : TABLESPOON
38. Hindu title of respect : BABU
39. Round in Britain, maybe : ALES
40. More likely to crash? : SLEEPIER
41. Boating hazards : WHIRLPOOLS
43. "Uh-uh, laddie" : NAE
45. Blue Triangle grps. : YWCAS
46. Not burn completely : CHAR
47. It might extend above a side door : ROOFLET
48. The youngest Jetson : ELROY
49. Only a day away, say : NEAR
51. Cassette player : TAPEDECK
52. "Pulp Fiction" weapon : UZI
53. Benaderet of "The Beverly Hillbillies" : BEA
57. Cinnabar, e.g. : ORE
60. 2010 movie with a plot to steal the moon : DESPICABLEME
61. Prefix with comedy : SERIO
62. Wuss : SISSY
64. Pine-___ : SOL
65. Split in a hurry : BOLT
66. Forest, in Germany : WALD
67. Epitome of simplicity : ABC
68. "Whatever" : MEH
71. River through Orsk : URAL
72. Central Sicilian province : ENNA
74. Windy City commuters' inits. : CTA
75. Lottery winner's feeling : GLEE
76. Departure from the norm : ABERRANCE
79. Philosopher Kierkegaard : SOREN
81. Competent : ABLE
82. Ted who wrote "The Kennedy Legacy" : SORENSEN
84. T. S. Eliot's middle name : STEARNS
87. "Nashville" director : ALTMAN
88. Must : NEEDTO
89. Presidential middle name or last name : WILSON
91. Take off again, as pounds : RELOSE
92. Dodger Hershiser : OREL
93. Vasco da Gama's departure point : LISBON
94. #2: Abbr. : ASST
95. Low-rent district : GHETTO
97. Pharmaceutical giant that makes Boniva : ROCHE
100. "___ Gold" : ULEES
101. African region including Khartoum and Timbuktu : SAHEL
102. "___ roll!" (bettor's cry) : IMONA
103. Full of the latest : NEWSY
105. Asian gold bar measure : TAEL
106. Glassmaking material : FRIT
109. Game with Wild Draw 4 cards : UNO

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