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New York Times, Sunday, November 7, 2010

Author: Will Nediger
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 66 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Nediger. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2010, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Oscar-nominated actor with the given name Aristotelis : SAVALAS
8. Preserves holder : JAMJAR
14. Annapolis frosh : PLEBE
19. "Fine, tell me" : IGIVEUP
20. Slide sight : AMOEBA
21. Steve who played the title role of Hercules in a 1959 film : REEVES
22. Trying to stay awake? : RESISTINGAREST
24. Fervid : ARDENT
25. Stockholder? : STORE
26. Deck for divining : TAROT
27. No Mr. Nice Guy : MEANIE
28. It has 21 spots : DIE
31. Features of some jeans : RIPS
33. Reads the riot act : YELLSAT
35. Connections : INS
36. Pinned down? : UNDERATACK
40. "Beauty and the Beast," e.g. : DUET
41. Bunch : TON
43. Spot overseer : ADEXEC
44. Air bag? : LUNG
46. Working hard on : TOILINGAT
50. Vigorous : DYNAMIC
52. Not worth debating : MOOT
54. Popular word in German product packaging : NEU
55. Requested : BADE
56. Shaggy locks : MANES
58. Get rid of : XOUT
60. Lay on : SATATOP
62. Debussy subject : MER
65. Northern hemisphere? : IGLOO
67. Took a card : DREW
69. Like grizzlies : URSINE
70. Classic theater name : ODEON
72. Really enjoy going to carnivals? : LOVEAFAIR
75. Home to fly into : AERIE
76. Noncommittal reply : EITHER
78. "Darn!" : NUTS
79. Work, in a way : KNEAD
81. Un-P.C. suffix : ESS
82. Star-___ : STUDDED
84. Early Beatles songs are in it : MONO
86. Foe of 130-Across, at birth : KALEL
88. Call to a dog : HERE
89. Vinegar : PEP
91. Twice-a-month tide : NEAP
93. It was developed by Apple, IBM and Motorola : POWERPC
97. Seemingly without end : ADNAUSEAM
100. Sudden fancy : WHIM
102. Lake ___ City, Ariz. : HAVASU
103. Site of the brachial artery : ARM
104. Prepresidential title for Bill Clinton or Woodrow Wilson: Abbr. : PROF
106. Straddling one's opponent? : UPONARIVAL
108. Moreover : AND
110. They have duel purposes : PISTOLS
113. First near-Earth asteroid to be discovered : EROS
114. Addams Family cousin : ITT
115. Skin layer : DERMIS
117. Scaling tool : ICEAX
119. Peripheral : OUTER
122. Mark who won the 1998 Masters : OMEARA
123. Frisking Dracula? : CHECKINGACOUNT
128. First name on "60 Minutes" : LESLEY
129. Rake : LECHER
130. Lex Luthor alter ego, once : ATOMMAN
131. Takes nothing in : FASTS
132. One of the Crusader states : EDESSA
133. A sixth of the way through the hour : TENPAST
1. Letter start : SIR
2. Gray : AGE
3. With 4-Down, in relation to : VIS
4. See 3-Down : AVIS
5. For fear that : LEST
6. Activity with flags : AUTORACING
7. Spunk : SPIRIT
8. Bender : JAG
9. Part of a Latin conjugation : AMAT
10. Conger cousin : MORAY
11. Razzed : JEERED
12. Smirnoff competitor : ABSOLUT
13. Refuse to shut up : RATTLEON
14. Jewelry designer Elsa : PERETTI
15. Mother of Helen and Pollux : LEDA
16. Mechanic's task? : EVENINGATIRE
17. Neighbor of Nigeria and Togo : BENIN
18. Opera singer Simon : ESTES
21. Arthur C. Clarke's "Rendezvous With ___" : RAMA
23. Kingdom overthrown in 2008 : NEPAL
28. Couple : DUAD
29. May event, informally : INDY
30. British P.M. between Churchill and Macmillan : EDEN
32. Film you don't want to see : SCUM
34. Stockholders? : STIES
37. Entrance requirement, sometimes : EXAM
38. Didn't go : REMAINED
39. The "K" of James K. Polk : KNOX
42. Partway home : ONBASE
45. Handyman's exclamation : GOODASNEW
47. Island do : LUAU
48. Good-looker : ADONIS
49. Plain homes? : TEPEES
51. Sentence structure? : CELL
53. Gang's area : TURF
57. Any minute now : SOON
59. Furniture material : TEAK
61. It may involve punitive tariffs : TRADEWAR
62. Sitcom role for Brandy Norwood : MOESHA
63. Ready for publication : EDITED
64. What the dissatisfied female giftee might do after Christmas? : RETURNADRESS
66. Certain gamete : OVUM
68. Sleep unit? : WINK
71. "Goodness me!" : OHDEAR
73. George Orwell's alma mater : ETON
74. Take in : REAP
77. Gym number : REPS
80. 85-Down is part of it : ALOHASTATE
83. Ocean areas : DEEPS
85. Home of the highways H1 and H2 : OAHU
87. Big name in denim : LEVI
90. It may be elementary : PARTICLE
92. Snowman's prop : PIPE
94. Sitarist Shankar : RAVI
95. H.S. junior's exam : PSAT
96. Kind of film : CULT
98. Call makers : UMPIRES
99. Freeloaded : MOOCHED
101. Fool : MORON
105. Take to the cleaners : FLEECE
107. Nutty treat : NOUGAT
108. Unpopular baby name : ADOLF
109. Site of Hercules' first labor : NEMEA
111. "Well, old chap!" : ISAY
112. Goldman ___ : SACHS
116. Fountain order : MALT
118. Classic sports cars : XKES
120. Nobel Prize subj. : ECON
121. Frolic : ROMP
124. Writer Levin : IRA
125. Portrayer of June in "Henry & June" : UMA
126. "Illmatic" rapper : NAS
127. Blaster : TNT

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