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New York Times, Sunday, October 19, 2008

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 70 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 98 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2008, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Titles for some monks : DOMS
5. Litter unit : PUP
8. Wind with a wide range : OBOE
12. Fashion : CREATE
18. Tony's cousin : OBIE
19. Paul Anka's "___ Beso" : ESO
20. "Too rich for my blood" : IMOUT
21. Carbohydrate-binding protein : LECTIN
22. Be fooled : GETTAKEN
24. Is completely hamstrung : CANTDOATHING
26. Cold sufferer's complaint : MYTHROATHURTS
28. Completely cover : LIEOVER
29. Fool : ASS
30. Contradict : BELIE
31. Stream bank sliders : OTTERS
33. Mad workers: Abbr. : EDS
34. Old printing process, for short : ROTO
35. Big bore : YAWNER
38. And more: Abbr. : ETC
40. Musical set in Berlin : CABARET
43. Dept. head : MGR
44. Stomach section : PIT
46. Way off : AFAR
50. Ballet's Markova or Alonso : ALICIA
51. "WarGames" org. : NORAD
53. Photographer's request, maybe : BIGSMILE
56. Opposite of comico- : SERIO
57. Part-time players : SEMIPROATHLETES
59. Some playground shoes : KEDS
60. Cut : HEW
61. Confines : PURLIEU
62. Cooking meas. : TSP
63. Phlegmatic : STOIC
65. Public persona : IMAGE
67. Hospital procedure, for short : ANGIO
69. IV to III, maybe : SON
71. Part of a bedroom suite : DRESSER
73. Pigskin pickoff: Abbr. : INT
74. Little bits : DABS
77. Title of some 2004 Summer Olympics preview shows : THEROADTOATHENS
81. "O.K., play!" : HITIT
82. Not quite boiling : ONSIMMER
83. Security agreements : LIENS
84. Spanish Harlem grocery : BODEGA
85. Kitties : POTS
86. Double ___ : DIP
88. Have a date, say : EAT
89. It's not a silk purse source, it's said : SOWSEAR
90. Tennis center? : ENS
93. Cousin of "Voilà!" : PRESTO
95. Mixed bag : OLIO
96. You may have a nightcap when you're in these : PJS
99. Like some salons : UNISEX
101. Platform introduced in 1981 : MSDOS
103. 1969 Nabokov novel : ADA
106. Certain feeds for horses : OATHAYS
108. Atlantic City casino : SHOWBOATHOTEL
112. Perjure oneself ... or what can be found six times in this puzzle : LIEUNDEROATH
114. Batted the ball too high, perhaps : FLIEDOUT
115. Punish by fining : AMERCE
116. Cast iron, e.g. : ALLOY
117. "Yes" : AYE
118. Victim of Pizarro : INCA
119. Lessee : RENTER
120. Ominous time of old : IDES
121. ___ gestae : RES
122. Poetic adverb : NEER
1. Inflexible teaching : DOGMA
2. Toes the line : OBEYS
3. Catcher's collection : MITTS
4. Clockmaker ___ Thomas : SETH
5. Sri Lankan export : PEKOETEA
6. Wear out, potentially : USEALOT
7. Producer who discovered and married Loren : PONTI
8. Poet known as "the Tentmaker" : OMAR
9. High society : BONTON
10. Make greater strides than : OUTSTEP
11. LAX listing: Abbr. : ETD
12. Eau ___ : CLAIRE
13. Opportunity to go beyond the first grade? : RETEST
14. Come back : ECHO
15. Suffix with form or inform : ATIVE
16. Like forks : TINED
17. Many Rice grads: Abbr. : ENGRS
20. Hosp. area : ICU
23. Kind of rice used in risotto : ARBORIO
25. Hooray for Jorge : OLE
27. Child's attention-getting call to a parent : HEYMOM
32. Like some customs : TRIBAL
34. Bigot, of a sort : RACIST
36. Prefix with business : AGRI
37. Cast events after filming is done : WRAPPARTIES
39. Showed up : CAME
40. Wine vessel : CASK
41. How a ship may be turned : ALEE
42. Cardinal's residence : BIRDSNEST
45. Some Venetian Renaissance paintings : TITIANS
47. Be perfect : FITTOATEE
48. They're often drawn : ALES
49. Defendant in court: Abbr. : RESP
51. Fresh : NEW
52. Slip a Mickey to : DRUG
54. Belgian treaty site : GHENT
55. It doesn't really represent change : SLUG
57. Left : SECEDED
58. Nugget holder : ORE
60. Distiller ___ Walker : HIRAM
64. 1960s baseball All-Star Blue Moon ___ : ODOM
65. Cousin of equi- : ISO
66. Square ___ : MEAL
68. Reply to "You couldn't have!" : IDIDSO
69. Pull up : STOP
70. Cry of exasperation : OHNO
72. Loses one's shirt? : STRIPS
73. Ties : INS
75. New York City racetrack, informally : BIGA
76. Macy's logo : STAR
78. Surge : RISE
79. 2006 N.B.A. champs : HEAT
80. Put away, in a way : ENTOMB
81. Concerned wife's question in the E.R., maybe : HOWISHE
84. Western wear : BOLOTIES
87. Like a home that's no risk to the builder : PRESOLD
89. Soap-making solution : SODALYE
91. Subtlety : NUANCE
92. Former late-night TV host : SNYDER
94. Blow out : EXHALE
96. ___ opposite : POLAR
97. Longtime Philippine archbishop ___ Sin : JAIME
98. One of the Dutch Masters : STEEN
100. Suffix with vapour : ISE
102. As yet : SOFAR
103. Priest's urging : ATONE
104. Two for some hand holders : DEUCE
105. Preacher's post : ALTAR
107. Offended : HURT
109. Siouan people : OTOS
110. Rationale : WHY
111. Ruler of the Aesir : ODIN
113. Italy's equivalent of the BBC : RAI

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