PUTTING ON SOME WEIGHT

New York Times, Sunday, November 11, 2007

Author: Alan Arbesfeld
Editor: Will Shortz
Alan Arbesfeld
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 74 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 76 for Mr. Arbesfeld. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Award for hanging : PLAQUE
7. 18th-century Venetian master who painted "Adoration of the Magi" : TIEPOLO
14. Magnetic induction unit : GAUSS
19. ___ Beach, Calif. : LAGUNA
20. How miracle workers walk : ONWATER
21. It may be left holding the bag : TEAPOT
22. Up to top physics standards? : ASGOODASNEWTON
24. Flammable gas : ETHANE
25. Time, in Munich : ZEIT
26. Pet lovers' org. : SPCA
27. Raid target : ROACH
29. Actress Scala : GIA
30. Spinning : AREEL
32. Recumbent W.W. II general? : PATTONONTHEBACK
37. Punching tool : AWL
39. Perry of fashion : ELLIS
40. Zhou ___ : ENLAI
41. Substitute (for) : PINCHHIT
46. First game of a Chinese double-header? : CANTONOPENER
50. Inkling : IDEA
51. Omelette ingredient : OEUF
53. Yard units : FEET
54. Answer, briefly : RSVP
55. Container for an iron or wedge? : CLUBCARTON
58. Grab : SNAPUP
62. Scot's topper : TAM
63. Prefix with comic : SERIO
64. Ludacris's music : RAP
66. "Air Music" composer, 1974 : ROREM
68. "I'm not interested in having tea!"? : DONTGIVEMEANYLIPTON
76. Absolut rival, for short : STOLI
77. Thing often rolled over, in brief : IRA
78. Tiny amounts : IOTAS
80. British rule in India : RAJ
83. Bureau : AGENCY
86. Where to pick up nuclear supplies? : PROTONSHOP
90. Lago composition : AGUA
92. Seagoing: Abbr. : NAUT
94. Small salmon : COHO
95. Big rig : SEMI
96. Crucifix? : SEXTONSYMBOL
101. Like some odes : PINDARIC
103. Fabric with a repeated pattern : TOILE
104. House overhang : EAVES
106. Green : RAW
107. Traveler's aid in South Carolina? : CHARLESTONATLAS
111. Item often cloned : IBMPC
116. With it : HIP
117. Burglar's advance man, maybe : CASER
118. Goes (for) : OPTS
120. Bern's river : AARE
121. Bakery lures : AROMAS
123. Easily transportable plantation product? : ROLLAWAYCOTTON
128. Take umbrage at : RESENT
129. Lawyer, at court : PLEADER
130. Writers Shreve and Brookner : ANITAS
131. "Golden Boy" playwright : ODETS
132. Wharf locale : SEAPORT
133. Schoolyard challenge : MAKEME
1. Square : PLAZA
2. Surgical beam producer : LASER
3. Texas A & M athlete : AGGIE
4. Nasdaq info : QUOTE
5. Game with Skip and Reverse cards : UNO
6. St. Louis's historic ___ Bridge : EADS
7. Puccini classic : TOSCA
8. Present at birth : INNATE
9. Meadow mother : EWE
10. Pussy foot : PAW
11. Member of the 500-home run club : OTT
12. "The Joys of Yiddish" author : LEOROSTEN
13. "Smoking ___?" : ORNON
14. Call 911, e.g. : GETHELP
15. Sound of satisfaction : AAH
16. Facing : UPAGAINST
17. Seattle cager, for short : SONIC
18. Word with round or rump : STEAK
21. Modern music genre : TECHNO
23. Makeup kit item : APPLIER
28. Give two fives for ___ : ATEN
31. "Well, ___-di-dah!" : LAH
33. Spa offering, briefly : TLC
34. Patron saint of Norway : OLAF
35. Low cards in pinochle : NINES
36. 1930s heavyweight champ : BAER
38. "Hold on there!" : WHOA
41. Brief shots? : PICS
42. Killed time : IDLED
43. Prefix with surgery : NEURO
44. Mountain retreats : CABINS
45. When repeated, a reproach : TUT
47. Eared seal : OTARY
48. Longoria of "Desperate Housewives" : EVA
49. Record letters : RPM
52. Fairway cry : FORE
56. Baked, in Bologna : COTTA
57. '60s hot spot : NAM
59. Party person : POL
60. William Tell's home : URI
61. Charlemagne's father, dubbed "the Short" : PEPIN
65. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame designer : PEI
67. Peak in NE Greece : MTOSSA
69. Prince in Ezekiel : GOG
70. ___ de France : ILE
71. Joe Pesci title role : VINNY
72. Dada pioneer : ARP
73. Figure in a bust : NARC
74. Questionnaire category : OTHER
75. Watts at the movies : NAOMI
79. ___ and Span (cleanser) : SPIC
80. Coll. dorm figures : RAS
81. Questionnaire info : AGE
82. Place together : JUXTAPOSE
84. Small part : CAMEOROLE
85. Folgers alternative : YUBAN
87. Alley ___ : OOP
88. Unable to pass the bar? : THIRSTY
89. Biography subtitled "Living in the Shadows" : OONA
91. Suffix with liquid or fabric : ATOR
93. "L'Shana ___" (Rosh Hashanah greeting) : TOVA
97. Garage litter : OILCANS
98. Marlins' div. : NLEAST
99. Cong. period : SESS
100. Court ruling? : LET
102. It makes MADD mad : DWI
105. Not as busy : SLOWER
107. Singer with Xavier Cugat : CHARO
108. Brought on board : HIRED
109. A.C.C. team, informally : TERPS
110. Spaced out : APART
112. It's a dyeing art : BATIK
113. Photo finish : MATTE
114. Tourney type : PROAM
115. Perfume, in a way : CENSE
119. Con game : SCAM
122. Ran into : MET
124. Shepherd's locale : LEA
125. Child seat? : LAP
126. Brouhaha : ADO
127. ___ trial basis : ONA

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