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New York Times, Sunday, November 11, 2012

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 76 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 198 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2012, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Coll. student's declaration : MAJ
4. Must : HASTO
9. Three-stripers: Abbr. : SGTS
13. Cut line : SCAR
17. Big score, maybe : OPUS
19. Leisure suit fabric : ORLON
20. Carved Polynesian talisman : TIKI
21. Shoe brand : PUMA
22. "It ___ right" : AINT
23. Pipe-fitting and others : TRADES
25. Lie-abed : LATERISER
27. Not hoof it, maybe : TAKEACAB
29. "Too Late the Phalarope" novelist : PATON
31. He wrote "Words are loaded pistols" : SARTRE
32. Subject to double jeopardy, say : RETRY
33. Animal in una casa : GATO
34. "___ You" (#1 Rolling Stones album) : TATTOO
36. Verdi opera : OTELLO
38. Informal greeting : HIGUY
39. H.S. support groups : PTAS
40. '70s TV production co. : MTM
43. "Dirty Jobs" host Mike : ROWE
44. Candy man Russell : STOVER
46. Asian holidays : TETS
47. Actress Garr : TERI
48. Tusked animal : BOAR
49. Periodic function : SINE
50. Villainous "Star Wars" title : DARTH
52. "Quo ___?" : VADIS
53. Bargain basement markings : IRRS
54. Casino machine : SLOT
55. Narrowly, after "by" : ANOSE
56. Sonneteer's Muse : ERATO
57. Tiny amount : TAD
58. Subject explored in "The Crying Game" : ANDROGYNY
60. Little garden guardians : GNOMES
61. Draft raisers : FLUES
62. ___ lark : ONA
63. Jamboree attendee : SCOUT
65. Bored employee's quest : NEWJOB
68. Target for many a political ad : SWINGVOTE
70. Some execs : VPS
73. One of Dumas's Musketeers : ATHOS
74. 2010 and 2011 L.P.G.A. Tour Player of the Year Yani ___ : TSENG
76. San ___ (Italian seaport) : REMO
77. Auditioner's hope : PART
78. Burns black : CHARS
79. Abrasive : HARSH
80. Neutrogena competitor : OLAY
81. Cartridges, e.g. : AMMO
82. Part of AARP: Abbr. : RETD
83. Spouse's sleeping place after a fight, maybe : SOFA
84. "Really?" : THATSO
86. Wrangle : SPAR
87. Some Chi-town transportation : ELS
88. Sizable garden : ACRE
89. Silas of the Continental Congress : DEANE
90. Bearish : URSINE
92. Like draft e-mails : UNSENT
94. Stock market figs. : AVGS
95. Announcer of yore : CRIER
96. Doubled over, maybe : INPAIN
98. "Capeesh?" : YADIG
100. Kahlúa and cream over ice : SOMBRERO
103. Place that sells shells? : TACOSTAND
105. Like about 7% of the U.S. electorate : LATINO
107. Bingo call : BTEN
108. Split bit : ATOM
109. Writer Wiesel : ELIE
110. Title gunfighter of a 1964 #1 hit : RINGO
111. Southern pronoun : YALL
112. Battle of ___, 1796 Napoleon victory : LODI
113. Guacamole and salsa : DIPS
114. Name on a college dorm, perhaps : DONOR
115. "Gee!" : BOY
1. Defense against a siege : MOAT
2. Pacific capital : APIA
3. Cash for trash? : JUNKREWARD
4. Angry slight? : HOTCROSSSNUB
5. Assortment : ARRAY
6. Sidewalk square, e.g. : SLAB
7. The fox in Disney's "The Fox and the Hound" : TOD
8. Suggested résumé length : ONEPAGE
9. Battle of Normandy site : STLO
10. Great Danes, e.g.? : GIANTPETS
11. Sta. purchase : TKT
12. Times out in Mexico? : SIESTAS
13. Politico Agnew : SPIRO
14. One-of-a-kind Dutch cheese? : CUSTOMEDAM
15. Part of AARP: Abbr. : AMER
16. Like a four-leaf clover : RARE
18. Super Bowl XLIII champs : STEELERS
24. Demon's weekend plans? : SATURDAYNIGHTEVIL
26. "Curses!" : RATS
28. Canaries locale: Abbr. : ATL
30. Cracker Jack box bonus : TOY
33. Hand : GIVETO
35. "___ Ballet" ("A Chorus Line" song) : ATTHE
36. Revolutionary path : ORBIT
37. Irish lullaby opener : TOORA
38. Kind of class : HONORS
41. Shopworn : TRITE
42. Sushi bar bowlfuls : MISOS
45. Piñata part : TILDE
46. Ancient siege site : TROY
47. Gypsy's aid : TAROT
51. United Nations chief from Ghana : ANNAN
52. Concert hall, e.g. : VENUE
58. Throw for ___ : ALOSS
59. Ball coverings? : GOWNS
60. Catherine's demand of Heathcliff in "Wuthering Heights"? : GOTOYOURMOOR
61. Glacier site, maybe : FJORD
63. Sleek and graceful : SVELTE
64. Head cases? : COMAS
65. Mosaic material : NACRE
66. Lucy's TV pal : ETHEL
67. "How's it going, fish?"? : WHATSUPCOD
68. Vital fluids : SERA
69. Haunted house sounds : GROANS
70. Dracula's bar bill? : VAMPIRETAB
71. Hired spinmeister : PRMAN
72. Stash : STORE
74. Briar part : THORN
75. Celebratory swig after a football two-pointer? : SAFETYNIP
77. Random witness : PASSERBY
83. Odoriferous : SCENTED
85. Drawn : HAGGARD
88. Caveat to a buyer : ASIS
89. Ward, to Beaver : DAD
91. Josh : RIB
93. One of the Judds : NAOMI
95. Michael Crichton novel about diamond-hunting : CONGO
96. Right-leaning type: Abbr. : ITAL
97. Peacekeeping grp. : NATO
99. Fruity drinks : ADES
100. ___ Fein (Irish group) : SINN
101. Move, in Realtor lingo : RELO
102. Just : ONLY
104. "Lawrence of Arabia" role : ALI
106. Spanish uncle : TIO

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