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New York Times, Sunday, March 7, 2010

Author: Tony Orbach and Patrick Blindauer
Editor: Will Shortz
Tony Orbach
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 69 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Orbach. This is puzzle # 36 for Mr. Blindauer. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2010, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Quarter deck? : HEARTS
7. Cross sites, often : GRAVES
13. "And?" : NOWWHAT
20. 1957 Wimbledon winner Gibson : ALTHEA
21. Say "Oh, all right" : RELENT
22. Folded like a fan : PLICATE
23. Smack : SMOOCH
24. More homely : UGLIER
25. Escaped : RANFREE
26. Slogan encouraging binge drinking? : HOPSTILYOUDROP
29. Business partner of Marcus : NEIMAN
30. Wind up on the stage? : OBOE
31. Steamship hand : STOKER
33. Conquers : BESTS
34. Set straight : ALIGN
38. "... ___ saw Elba" : EREI
40. French city on the Moselle River : EPINAL
42. What spectators high up in Ashe Stadium see? : TENNISBELOW
45. Tutorial on becoming a resident manager? : SUPERDEMO
49. Congressman who went on to be mayor of New York : EDKOCH
50. Make a muffler, maybe : KNIT
52. By means of : PER
53. Got home in a cloud of dust : SLID
54. Like "el" or "le": Abbr. : MASC
55. Is light : OWES
58. Online "Ha!" : LOL
60. Harry's chum at Hogwarts : RON
62. Number of states whose last two letters are its own postal abbreviation : ONE
63. Show fear : COWER
65. Butterfingers : KLUTZ
67. Pickup line locale? : DEPOT
69. Alex Trebek? : THEHINTMAN
73. Eco-friendly computers from Taiwan? : GREENACERS
76. 1998 De Niro film : RONIN
77. Character in the Torah : ALEPH
79. Nuts : KOOKS
80. Abbr. on a pay stub : YTD
81. Brethren : KIN
84. You might bow your head when receiving one : LEI
85. Will who played Grandpa Walton : GEER
86. Appetizer abroad : TAPA
90. Casual tops : TEES
92. Dictionnaire entry : MOT
94. Starchy stuff : SAGO
96. Explosive mixture : AMATOL
98. Nashville neurosis? : OPRYMANIA
101. Teakettle's sound? : FLOWWHISTLE
104. Chinese craft : SAMPAN
105. Mount ___ (highest point on Baffin Island) : ODIN
106. Jaded sort : CYNIC
107. Outpouring : SPATE
110. Head cases? : CRANIA
113. ___ support : TECH
115. They point the way : ARROWS
117. Clueless emcee? : AHOSTINTHEDARK
123. Giant advantage, scorewise : BIGLEAD
125. Daniel's mother on "Lost" : ELOISE
126. Even : INATIE
127. French king called "the Fat" : LOUISVI
128. Apple product since 2001 : ITUNES
129. Series of notes : MELODY
130. Put up : ERECTED
131. Comes together : MERGES
132. Midway enticements : PRIZES
1. Jumble : HASH
2. Citizen of Sesame Street : ELMO
3. Surmounting : ATOP
4. P's, but not Q's : RHOS
5. Like some plates : TECTONIC
6. Colonial word for "master," in India : SAHIB
7. Swiss district known for its cheese : GRUYERE
8. ___ Park (Queens neighborhood) : REGO
9. Casual reference : ALLUSION
10. Conrad of "Casablanca" : VEIDT
11. Month that includes Capricornio : ENERO
12. Certain crew training : STROKES
13. Big inits. in news : NPR
14. "The Good Earth" heroine : OLAN
15. Place to sample bouquets of rosés? : WINEBAR
16. Portrayer of Cuthbert J. Twillie and Egbert Sousé : WCFIELDS
17. Damages : HARMS
18. Really rankled : ATEAT
19. New voters, often : TEENS
27. Leopold's partner in crime : LOEB
28. Add zing to : PEPUP
32. More mature : RIPER
34. "Lemme ___!" : ATEM
35. 13th moon of Jupiter : LEDA
36. Contents of some cartridges : INKS
37. Food whose name means "lumps" : GNOCCHI
39. Game with racks : ELKS
41. Franco of "Camelot" : NERO
43. On display : SHOWN
44. See 85-Down : WILL
46. Skip the service, say : ELOPE
47. Not serious : MINOR
48. "Waiting for Lefty" playwright : ODETS
51. "Too bad, so sad!" : TOUGH
56. Like some noodles : WET
57. Franklin who sang "Piece of My Heart" : ERMA
59. Common Amer. paper size : LTR
61. Intl. Peace Garden state : NDAK
64. Sow sound : OINK
65. Some midpoints : KNEES
66. Bratkowski in the Packers Hall of Fame : ZEKE
68. Rhapsody : ECSTASY
69. "___ Remember" : TRYTO
70. Egyptian for "be at peace" : HOTEP
71. Rear-___ : ENDER
72. Wisk alternative : ALL
74. Inits. in the classifieds : EOE
75. Grammy winner Jones : NORAH
78. Cotillard's "La Vie en Rose" role : PIAF
82. Mosqued man? : IMAM
83. Sexist or ethnically stereotyping : NONPC
85. With 44-Down, kindness : GOOD
87. Abbr. at the top of a memo : ATTN
88. ___ sci : POLI
89. Twin vampire in "The Twilight Saga" : ALEC
91. Having a rhythmically recurrent contraction : SYSTOLIC
93. Diamond holder : TIARA
95. Bad winner's response : GLOATING
97. Pulitzer winner for "Tales of the South Pacific" : MICHENER
99. Portrayer of Flower Belle Lee and Peaches O'Day : MAEWEST
100. Angels are at home there : ANAHEIM
102. Court reporter? : WITNESS
103. PBS flagship station : WNET
107. Shade of black : SABLE
108. Earlier conviction : PRIOR
109. State one's case : ARGUE
111. Golden Globe-winning actor who was People's 1992 Sexiest Man Alive : NOLTE
112. "God ___ refuge ...": Psalms : ISOUR
114. Zoo attraction : CHIMP
116. Computer command : SAVE
118. "Ah" : ISEE
119. Subject of a museum in Figueres, Spain : DALI
120. The works ... or how each set of circled letters in this puzzle is arranged : ATOZ
121. Tease : RIDE
122. Pocket jinglers : KEYS
124. Carried out : DID

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