A WHIFF OF COLOGNE

New York Times, Sunday, February 3, 2013

Author: Dan Schoenholz
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 75 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Schoenholz. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2013, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Pop-___ : TARTS
6. División of a house : SALA
10. They may be running in a saloon : BARTABS
17. Sun, in Verdun : SOLEIL
18. Thin ice, e.g. : PERIL
19. Survey : OVERVIEW
21. Alternative to white : PUMPERNICKEL
23. How overhead photos may be taken : AERIALLY
24. "That's ___ excuse ..." : APOOR
25. Like St. Louis vis-à-vis New Orleans : UPRIVER
27. Name : DUB
28. End to end? : DEE
29. Torn : RENT
30. Inexperienced : GREEN
31. See 67-Across : YESON
33. Kind of tape : DUCT
34. "How I Met Your Mother" narrator : TED
35. Put out : EMIT
36. Who said "Familiarity breeds contempt - and children" : TWAIN
37. Like Virginia among states to ratify the Constitution : TENTH
38. Booth, e.g. : ASSASSIN
41. Sphere : REALM
42. Suit size: Abbr. : REG
43. PC component : CPU
44. Target of minor surgery : POLYP
45. Dick ___, co-creator of "Saturday Night Live" : EBERSOL
49. Tangle : SKEIN
51. Either end of an edge, in graph theory : NODE
52. Ph.D. hurdles : ORALS
54. Diamond stat : RBI
55. Worked the soil, in a way : SPADED
56. "A Clockwork Orange" hooligan : ALEX
57. Actress Loughlin of "90210" : LORI
58. Soda fountain option : COLA
59. Spritelike : ELFISH
60. Skater Midori : ITO
61. Cool : HIP
62. Roosevelt's successor : TRUMAN
64. Roosevelt's successor : TAFT
65. Shade provider : EAVE
67. With 31-Across, favor, as a ballot measure : VOTE
68. 1952 Brando title role : ZAPATA
69. Enzyme ending : ASE
70. Fairbanks Daily News-___ : MINER
71. Geraint's wife, in Arthurian legend : ENID
72. European coin with a hole in it : KRONE
73. Sex partner? : THECITY
75. Fraternity member : GREEK
77. Theologian's subj. : REL
78. Actress Dennings of "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" : KAT
79. Like many a fraternity party : BEERY
80. Insect's opening for air : SPIRACLE
85. Puppet of old TV : OLLIE
87. French Champagne city : REIMS
88. Make a call : RULE
89. Mason's trough : HOD
90. Noodle : BEAN
91. Group of bright stars? : MENSA
92. Baseball commissioner Bud : SELIG
93. Homey : DAWG
94. Bushel or barrel: Abbr. : AMT
95. Chem ___ : LAB
96. Potter's pedal : TREADLE
98. Language related to Tahitian : MAORI
99. Tousles : MUSSESUP
102. Low grade? : KINDERGARTEN
104. Noble rank : ARCHDUKE
105. Playwright Joe who wrote "What the Butler Saw" : ORTON
106. Tessellation : TILING
107. Clipped : SHEARED
108. Cool : NEAT
109. Pass : ENACT
1. Alternatives to comb-overs : TOUPEES
2. Ingredients in some candy bars : ALMONDS
3. Move, as a plant : REPOT
4. Level : TIER
5. Camera type, briefly : SLR
6. Hidden : SECRET
7. Alan of "Argo" : ARKIN
8. Schreiber who won a Tony for "Glengarry Glen Ross" : LIEV
9. Place for a Dumpster : ALLEYWAY
10. Vaudeville singer's prop : BOA
11. "In the American West" photographer : AVEDON
12. Show over : RERUN
13. Old New York paper, for short : TRIB
14. Actress Gardner : AVA
15. Novel that focuses on character growth : BILDUNGSROMAN
16. High-quality : SELECT
17. Peloponnesian War winner : SPARTA
18. Import, as water or music : PIPEIN
20. "Christina's World" painter Andrew : WYETH
22. Paavo ___, 1920s Finnish Olympic hero : NURMI
26. Practical approach to diplomacy : REALPOLITIK
30. It's a blessing : GESUNDHEIT
32. Customizable character in a computer game : SIM
33. Cougar's prey : DEER
36. E-mail forerunner : TELEX
37. Los ___ mosqueteros : TRES
39. Confident test-taker's cry : ACEDIT
40. Some "Bourne" film characters : SPIES
41. Ring event : RODEO
44. Rapper? : POLTERGEIST
45. Inner ___ : EAR
46. Forceful advance : BLITZKRIEG
47. Depressed at the poles : OBLATE
48. Jungle vine : LIANA
49. Big media to-do : SPLASH
50. Informal social gathering : KAFFEEKLATSCH
51. Inexperienced : NAIVE
53. Caught at a 41-Down : ROPED
55. Went after : SETAT
58. St. Peter's Basilica feature : CUPOLA
61. Snookums : HONEY
63. More pink, maybe : RARER
66. All's partner : ANY
67. Goes off on a tangent : VEERS
70. Small bit : MITE
74. Mark of ___ : CAIN
76. Discuss lightly : REMARKON
79. Big ___ : BEN
80. Ill-humored : SULLEN
81. ___ set (tool assortment) : PLIER
82. Jumbled : CHAOTIC
83. Cheap, as housing : LOWRENT
84. Trim : EDGING
85. Time's second African-American Person of the Year : OBAMA
86. Primates with tails : LEMURS
87. Scold : REBUKE
88. Mark of a rifle's laser sight : REDDOT
91. Conductor Kurt : MASUR
92. Present-day personality? : SANTA
93. Alfalfa's love in "The Little Rascals" : DARLA
95. Mother of Castor and Pollux : LEDA
97. Gaelic ground : EIRE
98. Principal : MAIN
100. Word missing twice in the Beatles' "___ Said ___ Said" : SHE
101. One on foot, informally : PED
103. Verizon forerunner : GTE

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