A STATELY GARDEN

New York Times, Sunday, May 3, 2009

Author: Caleb Madison
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 72 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Madison. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Source of some bangs : SCALP
6. Beats it : HIES
10. It may be produced at a construction site : DIN
13. Shame : ABASH
18. Big name in wrapping : ALCOA
19. Onetime Robert De Niro role : ALCAPONE
21. Mario Puzo sequel : OMERTA
22. Relatives of balalaikas : LUTES
23. Five works of Mozart [Rhode Island] : VIOLINCONCERTOS
25. Tricks, in a way : SNOWS
26. Word with spiny or electric : EEL
27. Disco ___ of "The Simpsons" : STU
28. Like kibbutzim : ISRAELI
29. Not completely settle an argument [New York] : AGREETODISAGREE
33. Where ___ : ITSAT
34. Onetime Robert De Niro role : DON
35. Noted 1960s flower child : ONO
36. Address : PLACE
38. Person on deck? : SAILOR
42. Chief city of Moravia : BRNO
44. Subject of the biography "The Man Who Invented the Twentieth Century" : TESLA
45. Mark and Anthony: Abbr. : STS
48. "Revelations" choreographer [Utah] : ALVINAILEY
50. "Golly!" : GEE
51. Arched part : INSTEP
53. The whole shebang : ATOZ
54. Chinese dynasty before the Shang : HSIA
55. Produce some combinations, say : BOX
56. Less adorned : SPARER
57. Bx. or Bklyn. : BOR
58. Trial hearing? [Indiana] : EXPERTTESTIMONY
62. "Yahoo!" : YIPPEE
66. Duodecim : XII
67. Like some parking : NOSEIN
68. It's never made with plastic [Ohio] : CASHTRANSACTION
72. Honor student's boast, for short : GPA
75. Public squares in ancient Greece : AGORAE
76. Roar : lion :: bugle : ___ : ELK
77. Sooner : OKIE
79. ___ Little, "The Wire" gangster : OMAR
80. ___ Park, colonial Pennsylvania site near Philadelphia : GRAEME
81. Match part : SET
82. Country singer with the #1 album and single "Killin' Time" [New Hampshire] : CLINTBLACK
84. Pound sound : YIP
85. "Carnaval sur la plage" artist : ENSOR
87. Part of a Latin 101 conjugation : AMAS
88. WrestleMania locales : ARENAS
89. Go-aheads : YESES
90. Friendly opening? : ECO
91. Golden Globe winner Zadora : PIA
92. Play hard ___ : TOGET
95. He played a Nazi in "Marathon Man" and a Nazi hunter in "The Boys From Brazil" [Connecticut] : LAURENCEOLIVIER
103. Harmonica-like instrument : OCARINA
105. Zany : NUT
106. Just what the drs. ordered? : RXS
107. Aristocrat : NOBLE
108. "Bye Bye Birdie" tune [California] : PUTONAHAPPYFACE
111. Flip response? : ILOSE
112. Accompanier of a harrow, in Harrow : PLOUGH
113. Airbus, e.g. : JETLINER
114. Shirk : AVOID
115. Out of ___ : SORTS
116. Ques. follower : ANS
117. Stylist's stock : GELS
118. Round at a soda fountain : COKES
1. It might be picante : SALSA
2. Held (to) : CLUNG
3. Lineman? : ACTOR
4. "My Fair Lady" composer : LOEWE
5. Relayed : PASSEDON
6. Wear : HAVEON
7. Comment after "So" : ILIED
8. Unwanted breakout : ECOLI
9. "Do the Right Thing" role : SAL
10. "Stay!" : DONTGO
11. Bring about : INCUR
12. Prefix with noir : NEO
13. 1972 #1 hit that starts "A long, long time ago" : AMERICANPIE
14. Jump on : BERATE
15. They may be patronized by señors and señoras : ARTES
16. Classical wrap : STOLA
17. Is charismatic : HASIT
20. Italian sculptor Nicola or Giovanni : PISANO
21. Training acad. : OCS
24. Physicist Bohr : NIELS
30. It's read from right to left : TORAH
31. "Like no other" sloganeer : SONY
32. Foil alternative : EPEE
37. Groups of stars : ALISTS
38. 9-3 and 9-5 car manufacturer : SAAB
39. One in a four-part harmony : ALTO
40. Bar since 1879 : IVORYSOAP
41. ___ Lemon, Tina Fey's "30 Rock" character : LIZ
42. Karen ___, real name of author Isak Dinesen : BLIXEN
43. Gain : REAP
44. Communication that might include "OMG" and "TTYL" : TEXT
45. Sideshow attraction : STRONGMAN
46. Almost any girl in "Gossip Girl" : TEEN
47. Nimble : SPRY
49. "___ bad moon rising" (1969 song lyric) : ISEEA
50. Fielder's call : GOTIT
52. Northern Scandinavian : SAMI
55. Symbol of thickness : BRICK
59. Worship : EXALT
60. Japanese mushrooms : ENOKIS
61. ___-law : SONIN
63. Their, in Munich : IHRE
64. Where fund-raisers might be planned : PTAMEETINGS
65. Gets ready for a date, perhaps : PREENS
68. Cunning : CAGY
69. Prefix with cultural : AGRI
70. Diviner, e.g. : SEER
71. Kansas county seat : IOLA
73. Cousin of a guinea pig : PACA
74. 30-Down holders : ARKS
78. Amazon business : ETAIL
79. ___ Anderson, Hemingway character : OLE
81. McGwire rival, once : SOSA
82. "You know you want to!" : CMON
83. Genius : BRAINIAC
86. Biblical interjection : SELAH
87. ___ group, in organic chemistry : ACETYL
89. Cry often heard at home : YEROUT
90. Can't take it anymore : ERUPTS
91. Wannabes : POSERS
92. Big name in cards : TOPPS
93. Eye: Prefix : OCULO
94. Nickname for Ron Guidry : GATOR
96. Let out : UNPEN
97. Stretch one's neck : CRANE
98. Microsoft Office program : EXCEL
99. Car with a name that's Latin for "I roll" : VOLVO
100. Bygone Apple product : IBOOK
101. Elmer the Bull's mate : ELSIE
102. Orchestra section : REEDS
104. "I'll pass" : NAH
109. Album with the 1978 hit "Deacon Blues" : AJA
110. Provider of Eve's leaves : FIG

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