"SOUNDS LIKE IT'S COLD IN HERE"

New York Times, Sunday, November 9, 2008

Author: Paula Gamache
Editor: Will Shortz
Paula Gamache
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 68 Missing: {JQV} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 35 for Ms. Gamache. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2008, The New York Times
Across Down
1. 18th-century Venetian fresco painter : TIEPOLO
8. Gets with the times : ADAPTS
14. Pellet shooters : BBGUNS
20. It's lighter than air : AMMONIA
21. Site of two ecumenical councils : NICAEA
22. "Capeesh?" : YOUSEE
23. Question to a paralegal? : WHERESTHEBRIEF
25. ___ Sea, west of New Zealand : TASMAN
26. Type : SORT
27. Hoods : THUGS
28. Overhead shot : SMASH
30. "Sugar Lips" trumpeter : HIRT
31. What if, informally : SPOSE
33. Figure in an Edmund Spenser poem : FAERIE
34. Inner: Prefix : ENTO
35. Ancient name for Great Britain : ALBION
38. Red Sox franchise? : BRANDINBOSTON
41. Three-time Masters winner Nick : FALDO
42. Bogus : PSEUDO
44. Symbol on the back of a dollar bill : EYE
45. Warning sign outside of Br'er Rabbit's home? : BRIERBEWARE
47. Classic cowboy name : TEX
49. Not on good terms (with) : INBAD
54. Pigeon : SAP
55. Sire : BEGET
56. Neighbor of Switz. : AUS
57. London's ___ Square : SLOANE
58. Brown shade : COCOA
59. Affiance : BETROTH
62. Imagine that : IDEA
63. Useful advice for a ring referee? : KEEPYOUREYEONTHEBRAWL
68. Botanical angle : AXIL
69. Science of the ear : OTOLOGY
70. ___ Davis, first African-American to win a Heisman : ERNIE
71. How-to : MANUAL
73. It's more than a stretch : FIB
74. CB radios, once : CRAZE
75. Some batteries : AAS
78. "Don't make ___!" : AMESS
79. Juilliard deg. : MFA
80. Clinician in the 'hood? : MEDICINEBRO
83. Canadian prov. : PEI
85. Knife : PIERCE
86. Ancient Egyptian kingdom : NUBIA
87. Silicone implant companies? : BREASTSELLERS
93. Man and ape : BIPEDS
94. Start of some choice words? : EENY
95. Parting words : ADIEUS
96. Hoops Hall-of-Famer Thomas : ISIAH
98. Brink : EDGE
99. Low person on a staff : GOFER
100. "Marshal of Cripple Creek," e.g. : OATER
102. Sure target : ODOR
106. Beloved of Pyramus : THISBE
108. Matzo mover? : FLATBREADTRUCK
111. Georgia's Lake ___, behind the Buford Dam : LANIER
112. Underwater trap : EELPOT
113. Connect with : TIEINTO
114. Timeless, in verse : ETERNE
115. One living month to month, say : LESSEE
116. Weeks in Madrid : SEMANAS
1. Fancy shooting marbles : TAWS
2. "If you ask me," in a chat room : IMHO
3. Matter of life and death: Abbr. : EMER
4. It's left on a ship : PORTSIDE
5. I : ONE
6. Boxer nicknamed "The Bear" : LISTON
7. Promising words : OATHS
8. Uncommon blood type, informally : ANEG
9. Childish claim : DIBS
10. Horizontal: Abbr. : ACR
11. Chum : PAISANO
12. Abounded : TEEMED
13. Hunt overseas : SAFARI
14. Incidentally : BYTHEBY
15. Wrap around the neck : BOA
16. Overdoes the accolades : GUSHES
17. Philly money maker : USMINT
18. Almost at : NEARTO
19. Forwarded : SENTON
24. Lemon or orange : HUE
29. Vicks nasal decongestant : SINEX
32. Hero of New Orleans : POORBOY
33. Be outscored at the end : FADE
35. Jet locales: Abbr. : AFBS
36. Doctor Zhivago's love : LARA
37. Sound on classic Pong : BLIP
38. Rhythm : BEAT
39. Play with machines : RUR
40. French for 44-Across : OEIL
42. Score the winning point in cribbage : PEGOUT
43. Renounce : SWEAROFF
46. "Chill!" : BECOOL
47. Twist : TURN
48. For initiates only : ESOTERIC
50. Bête ___ : NOIRE
51. ___ Bing! (go-go bar on "The Sopranos") : BADA
52. Over : ANEW
53. Exclamation with a handshake : DEAL
56. "This is not ___" (warning label) : ATOY
57. "The Lion King" character voiced by Whoopi Goldberg : SHENZI
58. Slightly above average : CPLUS
59. Invitation stipulation : BYOB
60. Brain scan letters : EEG
61. Homeland of Orpheus : THRACE
63. ___ Sutra : KAMA
64. Bar ___ : EXAM
65. Die Zeit article : EINE
66. "Essays of ___" : ELIA
67. Periods between Winter and Summer Olympics : BIENNIA
72. Egyptian symbols of royalty : ASPS
74. U.S.N. officers : CDRS
75. French cleric : ABBE
76. Duller than dull : ARID
77. With the intent : SOAS
79. Botch : MISDO
80. Architect ___ van der Rohe : MIES
81. Musket end? : EER
82. Bliss : EUPHORIA
84. Stand for things : ETAGERE
85. Lice and mice, e.g. : PLURALS
87. Automotive comeback of 1998 : BEETLE
88. Cardinal's topper : REDHAT
89. Power source : ENGINE
90. Cry with a salute : AYESIR
91. French engineer Gustave : EIFFEL
92. Sobieski who played Joan of Arc : LEELEE
93. Duffer's accomplishment : BIRDIE
96. Suffix with social : ITE
97. Butt abutters : SEATS
100. Wind in a pit : OBOE
101. Uffizi Gallery hanging : ARTE
103. Singing partner of Brooks : DUNN
104. Numerical prefix : OCTA
105. Old theaters once owned by Howard Hughes : RKOS
107. Jerry's partner : BEN
109. Festoons with Charmin, informally : TPS
110. Pro ___ : TEM

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