ALL SAINTS' DAY

New York Times, Sunday, October 26, 2008

Author: Daniel C. Bryant
Editor: Will Shortz
Daniel C. Bryant
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 72 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Bryant. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Titles are often put in it: Abbr. : ITAL
5. Scarlett O'Hara, e.g. : BELLE
10. Like Arnold Schoenberg's music : ATONAL
16. 1990 Literature Nobelist Octavio ___ : PAZ
19. Singer Winans : CECE
20. Certain bulb : ONION
21. Smooth and shiny : SATINY
22. Actress Thurman : UMA
23. Switch in an orchestra section? : EXCHANGEOFSTRINGS
26. "Take the filly in the fifth," e.g. : TIP
27. Pressing need? : STEAM
28. Union member since 1896 : UTAH
29. Wise men : SOLOMONS
31. Emmy category : DRAMA
34. You can make one for yourself : NAME
37. North Carolina university : ELON
38. Negative north of England : NAE
40. Pilgrim? : HOLYSTROLLER
45. 86-Across's alma mater: Abbr. : USMA
48. Got cozy together : CUDDLEDUP
50. Beau ___ : IDEAL
51. Scare off : DETER
52. Stumble ___ : ONTO
53. Kipling's "Follow Me ___" : OME
54. Came about : AROSE
56. Something near many a checkout line : ATM
57. Neolithic outlaws? : STONEARMEDBANDITS
63. Bank offering, for short : IRA
64. Beckett's "Endgame: ___ in One Act" : APLAY
65. Crazy Legs Hirsch of the early N.F.L. : ELROY
66. Parented : REARED
68. How dastards speak : NASTILY
71. Rabbit's home, maybe : BRIER
72. Major-league manager Tony : LARUSSA
73. Be Circe-like : ENTICE
74. Alfred E. Neuman visages : GRINS
75. Cut : HEWED
76. Sch. group : PTA
77. Invisible lost dogs? : ULTRAVIOLETSTRAYS
83. Sheet music abbr. : ARR
84. Do some tune-up work on : REOIL
85. First Shia imam : ALI
86. Gen. Robt. ___ : ELEE
87. Swag : LUCRE
89. Photo files, in computer lingo : JPEGS
92. Signifying : CONVEYING
95. Internet initialism : IMHO
96. Gets fat? : GOESALLSTOUT
98. Org. for 86-Across : CSA
99. Composer Dohnányi : ERNO
101. Blackthorn : SLOE
102. Author Zora ___ Hurston : NEALE
104. African nation founder Jomo ___ : KENYATTA
108. Inside pitch? : TVAD
111. Traditional symbol of friendship : TOPAZ
114. Devon river : EXE
115. Go-go club? : WHERETHEBOYSSTARE
120. Turn down : DIM
121. Hero pilot : AIRACE
122. Result of some sandbagging : LEVEE
123. Whistler's whistle, maybe : TUNE
124. Trough site : STY
125. Key of Bach's best-known Mass : BMINOR
126. J.F.K.'s "Why England ___" : SLEPT
127. They ring in a ring : OLES
1. Clinches : ICES
2. Bible reading : TEXT
3. Let win : ACCEDEDTO
4. Franz who composed "You Are My Heart's Delight" : LEHAR
5. French approval : BON
6. Part of E.S.L.: Abbr. : ENG
7. Stead : LIEU
8. Spoils : LOOT
9. ___ terrible : ENFANT
10. Bermuda hrs. : AST
11. Swab : TAR
12. Milo's title partner in a 1989 film : OTIS
13. El ___ : NINO
14. One opening up a can of worms? : ANGLER
15. Everyday disinfectant : LYSOL
16. Add new connections between floors? : PUTONSTAIRS
17. Whitaker played him in a 2006 film : AMIN
18. Nukes : ZAPS
24. Menotti role for a boy soprano : AMAHL
25. Actress Belafonte : SHARI
30. Pout : MOUE
32. Curly conker : MOE
33. "The Naked and the Dead" star, 1958 : ALDORAY
35. All the rage : MOD
36. Longtime D.C. delegate to Congress ___ Holmes Norton : ELEANOR
38. PX users : NCOS
39. Spider-Man's ___ May : AUNT
41. "Delish!" : YUMMY
42. Graf ___ : SPEE
43. Loaded with fat : LARDY
44. "The Time Machine" people : ELOI
46. Distances in Canada : METRES
47. Force in the ocean : ARMADA
49. Costume designer Danilo ___ : DONATI
51. Another name for 28-Across : DESERET
55. Soda fountain supply : STRAWS
58. Gourmet : EPICURE
59. Gene variant : ALLELE
60. Word origin: Abbr. : DERIV
61. Crepes : BLINI
62. Kid's comeback : ARESO
67. Meadows of comedy : AUDREY
68. Certain Himalayan : NEPALI
69. Anatomical cavity : ANTRUM
70. Dieter? : STARCHENEMY
71. Needing a lift? : BRALESS
72. Reveal to, as a secret : LETINON
74. Grouse : GRIPE
75. Serf : HELOT
78. W.W. II Axis leader : TOJO
79. Leman and others : LACS
80. American suffragist honored with a 1995 stamp : ALICEPAUL
81. Desires : YENS
82. Genesis creator : SEGA
88. Cowboy actor Calhoun : RORY
90. Jug capacity: Abbr. : GAL
91. A deadly sin : SLOTH
93. Saturn S.U.V. : VUE
94. Les ___-Unis : ETATS
96. Cry upon an arrest : GOTHIM
97. Is honest (with) : LEVELS
100. Old Indian V.I.P. : NAWAB
103. Numbers game : LOTTO
104. Some sneakers : KEDS
105. Way out : EXIT
106. ___ Polo of "Meet the Fockers" : TERI
107. Galway Bay's ___ Islands : ARAN
109. Explorer Tasman of Tasmania fame : ABEL
110. Messenger of Noah : DOVE
112. "Rule, Britannia" composer : ARNE
113. Sleep indicators : ZEES
116. "Baudolino" author : ECO
117. Thrice, in Rx's : TER
118. "You betcha" : YEP
119. Collector's goal : SET

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