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New York Times, Sunday, November 7, 2004

Author: Con Pederson
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 78 Missing: {XZ} This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Pederson. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Woeful : SAD
4. Checks the growth of : NIPS
8. Japanese porcelain : IMARI
13. Turkeys : FLOPS
18. One that's similar : ANALOGUE
20. Pressed : IRONED
21. Studio feed : AUDIO
22. Major nickel exporter : MANITOBA
23. Large place where elks gather? : SALTLICKCITY
25. Where squabbling neighbors live? : BICKERSTREET
27. Positions : ORIENTS
28. Off the wind : ALEE
29. Driving aid : TEE
30. Starchy fixin's : TATERS
32. Kipling pack leader : AKELA
35. Spread managers : BOOKIES
37. Large amount of money : WAD
40. Partner, with "the" : MRS
43. Mason's request? : GIVEMEABRICK
45. Hendrix of 60's music : JIMI
46. Public rap : CENSURE
48. For ___ an emergency : USEIN
49. Prefix with linguistics : SOCIO
50. Large bills, informally : CNOTES
51. Red Cross course, for short : CPR
53. 1970's fad participant : STREAKER
56. Clark's companion : LEWIS
57. Encouraging words : CHEERUP
61. Muscat native : OMANI
62. Defunct pro sports org. : WFL
63. Genetically improved grain? : QUICKEROATS
65. Typesetters' needs: Abbr. : MSS
67. "___ pray" : LETUS
69. Impertinent types : SASSERS
70. In a stack : PILED
72. Merriest : BLITHEST
75. Actress Thurman : UMA
76. Copy illegally : PIRATE
77. Milk: Prefix : LACTO
78. Everyday : USUAL
82. Dryly said : LACONIC
83. Town on the Humboldt River : ELKO
84. Complaint that one didn't get enough presents? : BIRTHDAYKICK
88. ___ lab : DNA
89. Couple abroad : DOS
90. Edwards, for one : AIRBASE
91. Adjutants : AIDES
92. Marcher's woe : BUNION
93. Wing : ELL
94. Primatologist's study : APES
98. Housed, as a student : BOARDED
101. Cattle prod? : SIRLOINSTICK
106. Clock's slowing down? : UNDERTICKING
109. Directly : TOETOTOE
110. Tea biscuit : SCONE
111. Overturns : UPENDS
112. Personal interview : ONEONONE
113. Not easygoing : TESTY
114. Chutney fruit : MANGO
115. Bubkes : NADA
116. "As if!" : NOT
1. 1930's Brazilian import : SAMBA
2. "For want of ___ ..." : ANAIL
3. 1-Down, e.g. : DANCE
4. Do, say : NOTE
5. Soviet Physics Nobelist ___ Tamm : IGOR
6. Stout sites : PUBS
7. City named for an Indian chief : SEATTLE
8. Dies ___ : IRAE
9. Shed : MOLT
10. Nest builder : ANT
11. Heir, usually: Abbr. : REL
12. Inane : IDIOTIC
13. Walkers on hot coals : FAKIRS
14. 1930's-60's power couple : LUCES
15. God attended by two ravens : ODIN
16. The Panthers of the Big East : PITT
17. Some beans : SOYS
19. Akin to : LIKE
20. "O.K." : ISEE
24. Muskogee tribe : CREEK
26. Bawl out in no uncertain terms : REAM
30. Spelling of Hollywood : TORI
31. Claude who starred in TV's "Lobo" : AKINS
32. Malarial episodes : AGUES
33. White wine apéritifs : KIRS
34. First mate : EVE
35. Undergrad degs. : BAS
36. Decoration from Eliz. II : OBE
37. Atoll with no electric lights? : WICKISLAND
38. French companion : AMIE
39. Fashionable dress : DIOR
40. Year the emperor Frederick II died : MCCL
41. Start fresh : RENEW
42. Skiing documentaries? : SNOWFLICKS
44. Hoover rival : EUREKA
45. Artist from Barcelona : JOANMIRO
47. Hole puncher : STILETTO
49. Vast amount : SEA
51. N.L. or A.L. team : CHI
52. They ripple on bodybuilders : PECS
54. Small fry : TOTS
55. Apt. units : RMS
57. Talk a blue streak? : CUSS
58. Legal thing : RES
59. Name meaning "she-bear" : URSULA
60. Hallmark card text, often : POEM
63. "___ pasa?" : QUE
64. Parseghian of Notre Dame : ARA
66. Begin, as winter : SETIN
68. However, briefly : THO
70. Tools of the Seven Dwarfs : PICKS
71. Numerical prefix : DECA
72. Ran in the rain : BLED
73. Film composer Schifrin : LALO
74. Jet enhancer : TURBO
76. Part of R.I.P. : PACE
79. Asian ending for "land" : STAN
80. Grunts : UHS
81. Drink suffix : ADE
82. Upper limit : LID
84. I.Q. tester Alfred : BINET
85. Corrosion-resistant metal : IRIDIUM
86. Everyone in Dixie : YALL
87. Nuclear measure : KILOTON
90. "Little Shop of Horrors" girl : AUDREY
92. Former White House adviser Scowcroft : BRENT
93. Bits of energy : ERGS
94. Heaps : ATON
95. Cliff climber's tool : PITON
96. Prefix with metrics : ECONO
97. Contest with many traps : SKEET
98. Abject failure : BUST
99. Fairy tale start : ONCE
100. Fusses : ADOS
101. Blab freely : SING
102. Prefix with China : INDO
103. Skye neighbor : IONA
104. Impecuniosity : NEED
105. Greek portico : STOA
107. No. cruncher : CPA
108. Knowledge : KEN

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