ONE MORE THING

New York Times, Sunday, March 8, 2009

Author: Zack Kushner
Editor: Will Shortz
Zack Kushner
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 70 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is the debut puzzle for Mr. Kushner. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Former eBay chief Whitman : MEG
4. Steal from, as in Grand Theft Auto : CARJACK
11. Too big for one's britches, say : SMUG
15. Shutter piece : SLAT
19. Auto financing abbr. : APR
20. Home of Easter Island : OCEANIA
21. Bilge need : PUMP
22. "___ Dawn I Die" (James Cagney flick) : EACH
23. Rachael Ray activity eliciting oohs and aahs? : COOKINGWITHGASPS
26. ___'acte : ENTR
27. Freshwater source : AQUIFER
28. Habituate : ENURE
29. Vedder of Pearl Jam : EDDIE
30. Pantywaist : WUSS
31. Harebrained : DAFT
34. "Three men in ___" : ATUB
36. Viaduct features : SPANS
37. Appears : SEEMS
39. Prepared for heavy on/off traffic? : BUILTRAMPSTOUGH
43. Heart chart: Abbr. : ECG
45. Spacesuit worry : TEAR
46. Schubert piece : LIED
47. Advice to actor Perry when delivering a baby? : USETHEFORCEPSLUKE
54. Extremely softly, in music : PPP
57. French possessive : SES
58. Wee : TEENSY
59. Imitative : APISH
60. ___ Croft, title role for Angelina Jolie : LARA
61. It's dangerous to be on this : HITLIST
63. Org. involved with ESPN : NCAA
64. Puffball contents : SPORES
66. Pioneering 1940s computer : ENIAC
67. Cleopatra's last request? : ASPSFORME
72. Fashion photographer Herb : RITTS
73. Void : REVOKE
75. Brother's attire : COWL
76. Adulate : LIONIZE
78. Bullpen stats : ERAS
79. Sir, in Swahili : BWANA
81. Rope fibers : SISALS
84. ___ Lingus : AER
85. High-speed inits. : DSL
86. Travel is voted most popular? : GOINGTOPSTHEPOLLS
89. Concert site : HALL
90. Athlete who won the 1978 International Peace Award : PELE
91. Brother or aunt: Abbr. : REL
92. Result of a good basement waterproofing years ago? : LONGTIMENOSEEPS
99. "Yeah, ___" : RIGHT
103. Transfixed : INAWE
104. Canned : AXED
105. Bygone "birds" : SSTS
107. Swerve : VEER
108. Like a pig in a pen : STIED
109. False front : ALIAS
112. Literally, "little turnips" : RAVIOLI
114. Cinderella's destination : BALL
115. Unassailable beefs? : BULLETPROOFCARPS
119. Volkswagen competitor : OPEL
120. Prefix with inflammatory : ANTI
121. Upset : TIPOVER
122. Fathom : GET
123. Composer Rorem and others : NEDS
124. Word before or after tea : ROSE
125. Ones concealing their aims : SNIPERS
126. Poetic preposition : ERE
1. Talkative ones : MACAWS
2. La Belle ___ : EPOQUE
3. Bellyache : GROUSE
4. Bangs, e.g. : COIF
5. Pimply : ACNED
6. Get a better grip on : REGRAB
7. Big part of a crocodile : JAW
8. Singer DiFranco : ANI
9. Refer to : CITE
10. Gus who wrote the words to "Makin' Whoopee" : KAHN
11. What the 300 defended : SPARTA
12. Field trip destination : MUSEUM
13. Person at home : UMP
14. Modern navig. tool : GPS
15. Bean container : SEEDPOD
16. Coachman's carriage : LANDAU
17. Provisional : ACTING
18. Separate wheat from chaff : THRESH
24. It's written in the stars : KISMET
25. Gum-producing plant : GUAR
29. First name in cosmetics : ESTEE
32. Informal bed : FUTON
33. Seating sections : TIERS
35. Nearly excellent : BPLUS
38. "I don't get no respect," to Rodney Dangerfield : SCHTICK
40. Full of frills : LACY
41. Number of flavors in Neapolitan ice cream? : TRE
42. Some turban wearers : SIKHS
44. Thousands, in slang : GEES
47. Brought (in) : USHERED
48. Fishermen with nets : SEINERS
49. Summery : ESTIVAL
50. Greek salad ingredient : FETA
51. Designer Rabanne : PACO
52. Tangle (with) : SPAR
53. Irish folk musician O'Flynn : LIAM
54. Missing something : PARTIAL
55. Ballpark snack : PRETZEL
56. QBs, at times : PASSERS
60. Choice cut : LOIN
62. China neighbor : LAOS
63. CBS's "The ___ Today" : NFL
65. Fare well : PROSPER
68. Eyeball : SCAN
69. Beer ___ : PONG
70. Hit hard : SWAT
71. "In the Valley of ___" (2007 film) : ELAH
74. Where Christ stopped in a Carlo Levi novel : EBOLI
77. Robert of "The Sopranos" : ILER
80. Mother in Bedrock : WILMA
81. Ill-fated German admiral : SPEE
82. The Hebrides, e.g. : ISLES
83. Flight divisions : STEPS
86. Like some communities : GATED
87. Missions, in brief : OPS
88. "Twelfth Night" woman : OLIVIA
89. The Father of Science Fiction : HGWELLS
92. Capital on the Atlantic : LISBON
93. Canned : ONTAPE
94. Caught red-handed : NAILED
95. Sings hallelujah to : EXALTS
96. Nervous one? : NELLIE
97. Comics pooch : ODIE
98. Endeavored : STROVE
100. Any of boxer Foreman's five sons : GEORGE
101. Volunteer, perhaps : HELPER
102. Melancholy : TRISTE
106. Less wobbly, say : SAFER
110. Brief makers: Abbr. : ATTS
111. Turn in many a children's board game : SPIN
113. TV hookups : VCRS
115. Kind of graph : BAR
116. Card game from Mattel : UNO
117. Sch. in Troy, N.Y. : RPI
118. Alley ___ : OOP

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