YOU'LL KNOW IT WHEN YOU SEE IT

New York Times, Sunday, March 24, 2013

Author: Dan Schoenholz
Editor: Will Shortz
Dan Schoenholz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 72 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 6 for Mr. Schoenholz. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Map symbol : STAR
5. Tolstoy and O'Neill heroines : ANNAS
10. Original state of the universe, in myth : CHAOS
15. When Macbeth dies : ACTV
19. Baja vacation spot, familiarly : CABO
20. Vessel opener : STENT
21. Islamic denomination : SUNNI
22. Expose : BARE
23. Lying, maybe : ABED
24. Answer to 67-Across, per John F. Kennedy : THEGREATDEMOCRAT
27. Spam, e.g. : BOTHER
29. New Look designer : DIOR
30. Pull (in) : REIN
31. Real estate abbr. : RMS
32. Answer to 67-Across, per Yeats : BUTAVISIONOFREALITY
37. One of over 100 on a table : ELEMENT
38. River of Phoenix : GILA
39. Go back over : RETRACE
42. Accomplished : DID
43. [Shocking!] : GASP
46. Water-into-wine site : CANA
48. "Star Wars" biped : EWOK
49. Answer to 67-Across, per Malraux : AREVOLTAGAINSTFATE
55. Indignant reply : WELLINEVER
58. Oranges and lemons : TREES
59. Cry with a fist pump : YES
60. 1994 film based on an "S.N.L." skit : ITSPAT
61. Porto-___ (capital of Benin) : NOVO
64. Terrestrial opening? : EXTRA
66. What's nothing but problems? : MATH
67. Classic question answered six times in this puzzle : WHATISART
70. Camera shop item, informally : ZOOM
74. Certain feed : AUDIO
77. Rustbucket : HEAP
78. Stiff drink, maybe : DOUBLE
80. Fiver : ABE
83. KNO3, in Britain : NITRE
85. End an engagement? : GETMARRIED
88. Answer to 67-Across, per Beethoven : SELFISHANDPERVERSE
92. "___ Said" (Neil Diamond hit) : IAMI
93. Pop singer Brickell : EDIE
94. Cutty ___ (clipper ship) : SARK
95. Kerfuffle : ADO
98. Particular sort : FUSSPOT
102. Some, in Sevilla : UNAS
104. Moved along, as an old train : CHUGGED
107. Answer to 67-Across, per Nietzsche : THEPROPERTASKOFLIFE
111. See 111-Down : WAR
113. On ___ with : APAR
114. Property encumbrance : LIEN
115. Courses : ROUTES
116. Answer to 67-Across, per Emerson : AJEALOUSMISTRESS
121. Besmirches : TARS
122. Iona College athlete : GAEL
123. Defame : SMEAR
124. Whoopi's role in "The Color Purple" : CELIE
125. Rock and Roll Hall-of-Famer James : ETTA
126. Office nos. : EXTS
127. Pulls in : EARNS
128. What darners darn : HOLES
129. Like many highlighter colors : NEON
1. Crossed a picket line : SCABBED
2. Mediterranean salad with bulgur wheat, chopped tomatoes and parsley : TABOULI
3. Gave a hand where one shouldn't? : ABETTED
4. Hillary, once : RODHAM
5. Harsh : ASTRINGENT
6. Advanced degree? : NTH
7. "___ say more?" : NEEDI
8. Hospital procedure, for short : ANGIO
9. Undiluted : STRONG
10. Davis's domain: Abbr. : CSA
11. Hardly a mansion : HUT
12. Composer Previn : ANDRE
13. Like most Bluetooth headsets : ONEEAR
14. As easy as pie, say : SIMILE
15. As easy as ___ : ABC
16. Haul off : CARRYAWAY
17. Chairlift alternative : TRAM
18. Some November paraders, for short : VETS
25. 1804 symphony that includes a funeral march : EROICA
26. "Get ___!" : ONIT
28. Notable mother of estranged brothers : EVE
33. Barrel part : STAVE
34. Wane : FLAG
35. Barreled toward : RANAT
36. Not kosher : TREF
40. ___ d'Ivoire : COTE
41. Squeezes (out) : EKES
44. U.S.S.R. part: Abbr. : SOV
45. Legislative assemblies : PLENA
47. NBC vis-à-vis "Meet the Press" : AIRER
49. Greek vowel : ALPHA
50. Narrow inlet : RIA
51. Fidelity : TROTH
52. Service call? : NEXT
53. Match part : SET
54. Dungeons & Dragons co. : TSR
55. Director Wenders : WIM
56. Greek vowel : ETA
57. W.W. II transport: Abbr. : LST
62. Compete : VIE
63. Traditional enemies of the Kiowa : OSAGE
65. Like good water for snorkeling : AZURE
67. Beside : WITH
68. Greek goddesses of the seasons : HORAE
69. Mimics : APERS
71. Fancy tie : OBI
72. Christiansen who founded Lego : OLE
73. What a dispensary dispenses, for short : MED
75. Lead-in to -tard : UNI
76. Slam : DIS
78. Those not favored : DARKHORSES
79. Hosp. areas : ORS
80. "Yeah, right!" : ASIF
81. Bridges of note : BEAU
82. Nightmarish thoroughfare? : ELMSTREET
84. Reach, with "at" : ENDUP
86. Tellico Dam agcy. : TVA
87. Pfizer competitor : MERCK
89. Menu heading : FISH
90. Eat by candlelight, say : DINE
91. Necklace makeup, maybe : PEARLS
95. Roil : AGITATE
96. Not challenge : DEFERTO
97. Certain Ukrainian : ODESSAN
99. Carillon sound : PEAL
100. Challenge : OPPOSE
101. Big shock : TRAUMA
103. Funny sort : STITCH
105. Sky light, for short? : UFO
106. Wheat protein : GLUTEN
108. Two-time Olympic ice-skating medalist Brian : ORSER
109. Word on mail from Spain : AEREO
110. Angler's line : SNELL
111. With 111-Across, do battle : WAGE
112. Prince in "Troilus and Cressida" : AJAX
117. Green and Gore : ALS
118. "Golly gee!" : MAN
119. Returns letters? : IRS
120. German pronoun : SIE

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