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New York Times, Sunday, November 14, 2010

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 76 Missing: {JQ} Scrabble average: 1.73 This is puzzle # 136 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2010, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Buggy versions, maybe : BETAS
6. Big yard area : ACRE
10. Expresses disbelief : PSHAWS
16. "The Big Bang Theory" network : CBS
19. Went beyond : OVERPASSED
21. Truck driving competition : ROADEO
22. Muesli tidbit : OAT
23. Factors to consider while trying to sleep on a campout? : BEDROCKANDBEDROLL
25. Upper mgmt. aspirant : MBA
26. Superior : AONE
27. You might come up for this : AIR
28. Epitome of ease : ABC
29. Arabian Peninsula sultanate : OMAN
30. What the marshal declared the moonshiner's shed to be? : FIREWATERFIREHAZARD
35. L on a T? : LARGE
37. A. E. Housman's "A Shropshire ___" : LAD
38. Smelted substances : ORES
39. Preventive measure : BAN
40. Submerge : INUNDATE
43. Upper support : BRA
44. Attend to a plot : GARDEN
47. "Pardonnez-___!" : MOI
48. Ohio State athlete who forgot his uniform? : BUCKNAKEDBUCKEYE
53. Fighting fighting : ANTIWAR
56. Coxswain's lack : OARS
57. Relative standing : RANK
58. Publishing hirees, for short : EDS
59. Part of P.T.A.: Abbr. : ASSN
60. From ___ Z : ATO
61. Name for a persona non grata : MUD
62. One who puts U in disfavor? : BRIT
63. C.E.O.'s tricycle? : BIGWHEELOFBIGCHEESE
69. Start over on : REDO
70. Chain of life? : DNA
71. Local news hour : SIX
72. Keel's place : HULL
73. Dudgeon : IRE
74. Prologue follower : ACTI
76. Request upon finishing : MORE
77. As a group : ENMASSE
81. Wild Bill Hickok holding his aces and eights? : DEADWOODDEADDUCK
85. Spell : HEX
86. Respectful bow : SALAAM
87. Criminal charge : RAP
88. Picture that shows you what's up? : SKYSCAPE
91. Platoon members, briefly : GIS
92. Competed : VIED
94. Unit of current : AMP
96. Places to plug in peripherals : PORTS
97. Garbage receptacle that you and I insult? : TRASHCANWETRASHTALK
103. Promising good things : ROSY
104. Music genre prefix : ALT
105. Ancient Rome's Appian ___ : WAY
106. "What a shame!" : OHNO
107. Rose of rock : AXL
108. "That high lonesome sound," as played by Atlantic crustaceans? : BLUECRABBLUEGRASS
115. Uma's "Pulp Fiction" role : MIA
116. Many a Monopoly property : AVENUE
117. Singer of the 2008 #1 hit "Bleeding Love" : LEONALEWIS
118. Seat facing the altar : PEW
119. Worked on in the lab : TESTED
120. Cornerstone abbr. : ESTD
121. Put up : ERECT
1. Rise and fall repeatedly : BOB
2. Big day preceder : EVE
3. Red Sox legend Williams : TED
4. Call into court : ARRAIGN
5. Followed the game : SPOORED
6. Crooked : ASKEW
7. Rebel org. : CSA
8. Soprano Tebaldi : RENATA
9. Went around in circles, say : EDDIED
10. Opposite of post- : PRE
11. Landscaper's roll : SOD
12. Zimbabwe's capital : HARARE
13. Pueblo structures : ADOBES
14. Army-McCarthy hearings figure : WELCH
15. Roman sun god : SOL
16. "Borrows" peremptorily : COMMANDEERS
17. Founder of Celesteville, in children's lit : BABAR
18. Roadside shop : STAND
20. Indication of teen stress, maybe : ACNE
24. "Turn up the heat!" : BRR
29. Missouri's ___ Trail : OZARK
30. Common dessert ingredient : FRUIT
31. Tess's literary seducer : ALEC
32. Offers a few directions? : FORKS
33. "Dies ___" (Latin hymn) : IRAE
34. By surprise : ABACK
35. City where TV's "Glee" is set : LIMA
36. In a moment : ANON
41. Discountenance : ABASH
42. Called upon : TURNEDTO
43. Fragrant cake : BAROFSOAP
44. Round container : GUN
45. Singer Gorme : EYDIE
46. Cheeper lodging? : NEST
49. Eucalyptus eater : KOALA
50. Defense grp. headquartered in Belgium : NATO
51. Pharmacopoeia selection : DRUG
52. It bounces : BADCHECK
54. Shakespearean character who says "I am not what I am" : IAGO
55. Nashville-to-Memphis dir. : WSW
61. Diverse : MIXED
62. Composer Bartók : BELA
63. Kentucky college : BEREA
64. pV = nRT, to physicists : IDEALGASLAW
65. Geraint's wife in "Idylls of the King" : ENID
66. Aircraft, informally : BIRD
67. Like a Chippendales dancer : HUNKY
68. Massachusetts' state tree : ELM
69. Frees (of) : RIDS
74. Covered : AWASH
75. Business address ender : COM
76. Army of the Potomac commander, 1863-65 : MEADE
78. Pool hall pro : SHARK
79. Quatre + trois : SEPT
80. Former union members? : EXES
82. 1989 Oscar-winning title role for Jessica Tandy : DAISY
83. Took a card : DREW
84. Census form deliverer: Abbr. : USPS
89. Sequin : SPANGLE
90. Crayon wielder : COLORER
92. Moral standards : VALUES
93. Focused : INTENT
94. Fit for cultivation : ARABLE
95. Invitees who didn't R.S.V.P., say : MAYBES
97. Cargo vessel with no fixed route : TRAMP
98. ___ Hart, showgirl in "Chicago" : ROXIE
99. Deliver at a farm : CALVE
100. Bygone rival of Delta : TWA
101. Harass nonstop : HOUND
102. "Take ___ Train" : THEA
108. Be up : BAT
109. Ham helper : CUE
110. Spectrum segment : RED
111. Auction purchase : LOT
112. What the sublime inspires : AWE
113. Verbatim quote addendum, possibly : SIC
114. J.F.K. arrival of old : SST

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