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New York Times, Sunday, June 12, 2011

Author: C. W. Stewart
Editor: Will Shortz
Carolyn W. Stewart
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 70 Missing: {QXZ} This is puzzle # 15 for Ms. Stewart. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2011, The New York Times
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1. Bushed : BEAT
5. Entrance to many a plaza : ARCH
9. Rimsky-Korsakov's "The Tale of ___ Saltan" : TSAR
13. Exactly right : SPOTON
19. Free : ATLEISURE
21. ___ avis : RARA
22. Attempted something : HADAGO
23. *Boardwalk offering : SALTWATERTAFFY
25. Thought out loud : OPINED
26. It might make you snort : APNEA
27. Home of the World Health Organization : GENEVA
28. Stickers? : SYRINGES
30. ___ Day, May 1 celebration in Hawaii : LEI
31. Must-have : NEED
33. Soft ball brand : NERF
35. "___ mine!" : ITS
36. One on the way out : GONER
38. *Diamond substitute : RELIEFPITCHER
44. 1987 disaster movie? : ISHTAR
46. Rest spot : COT
47. Place for a pickup? : NAPE
48. Word with exit or express : LANE
49. Something that's drawn : BATH
50. Whiz : PRO
51. Any hit by Little Richard : OLDIE
53. Many a Bob Marley fan : RASTA
54. Mideast title : EMEER
56. Seaport on the Adriatic : RIMINI
58. Turned away from sin : REPENTED
60. Earth : TERRA
61. Outstanding : EMINENT
63. Lawn tools : EDGERS
64. *Handy things for a toy? : PUPPETSTRINGS
68. ### : SHARPS
72. Free : RELEASE
73. Itching : EAGER
78. Took a corner on two wheels : CAREENED
81. Fix, as brakes : RELINE
82. Vituperation, e.g. : ABUSE
83. Wake Island, e.g. : ATOLL
84. "Nothing ___!" : DOING
86. Transplant, in a way : POT
87. "Up in the Air" actress Kendrick : ANNA
88. Do followers : REMI
89. Navel buildup : LINT
90. Former flier, for short : SST
91. Slugger : HITTER
93. *Staple of "Candid Camera" : PRACTICALJOKE
97. Xerox product : TONER
98. Baseball's Master Melvin : OTT
99. Loughlin of "Full House" : LORI
100. Nincompoop : FOOL
101. Conditions : IFS
104. Killjoy : SOURPUSS
109. Comparatively statuesque : TALLER
111. Point of view : ANGLE
113. Enfeeble : IMPAIR
114. *Radio Flyer, e.g. : LITTLEREDWAGON
117. Like a winter wind : BITING
118. 1997 Peter Fonda title role : ULEE
119. Hoax : MARESNEST
120. Old-fashioned : STODGY
121. TV's Foxx : REDD
122. Brake : SLOW
123. "Superman II" villainess : URSA
1. Kind of metabolism : BASAL
2. Military camp : ETAPE
3. *Certain study session : ALLNIGHTER
4. Head of Haiti : TETE
5. ___ formality : ASA
6. Actor Hauer : RUTGER
7. Believe in it : CREED
8. Not his'n : HERN
9. Ad-packed Sunday newspaper section : TRAVEL
10. A giraffe might be seen on one : SAFARI
11. Pound sound : ARF
12. You may catch them on a boat, in two different ways : RAYS
13. Shrimp : SHORTIE
14. Old Church of England foe : PAPIST
15. Role in 2011's "Thor" : ODIN
16. Chinese dynasty of 1,200 years ago : TANG
17. Curved molding : OGEE
18. Drops (off) : NODS
20. Start of a childish plaint : IWANNA
24. Believe in it : TENET
29. "Goody goody gumdrops!" : YIPPEE
32. At any time, to a bard : EER
34. Ward (off) : FEND
37. Survey choice, sometimes : OTHER
38. Less cramped : ROOMIER
39. Like some maidens : FAIR
40. Trolley sound : CLANG
41. Expedition : HASTE
42. Keyboard key : ENTER
43. Shows, as a thermometer does a temperature : READS
44. "Uh-huh, sure it is" : IBET
45. The very ___ : SAME
46. Hinder : CRIMP
50. Test ___ : PREP
51. *Something to stand on : ONESLEG
52. Piece over a door or window : LINTEL
53. It had a major part in the Bible : REDSEA
55. Descent of a sort : RAPPEL
57. Many a summer worker : INTERN
59. Solitaire puzzle piece : PEG
62. Wander : TRAIPSE
65. Blue Angels' org. : USN
66. Ain't fixed? : ISNOT
67. Classic brand of hair remover : NEET
68. Line of cliffs : SCARP
69. Intolerant sort : HATER
70. Bouquet : AROMA
71. ___ of the past : RELIC
74. Taper off : ABATE
75. *It may be found near a barrel : GUNTRIGGER
76. Feudal serf : ESNE
77. Fanny : REAR
79. Decrees : EDICTS
80. Lady of Spain : DONA
85. "___ do" : ITLL
89. Service arrangement : LITURGY
90. Know-how : SKILL
91. Boo follower : HOO
92. They're often acquired at a wedding : INLAWS
94. Drunk's activity : TOPING
95. Scribbled : JOTTED
96. Got up on one's soapbox : ORATED
97. One waving a red flag : TORERO
100. Wild : FERAL
102. Dentist's advice : FLOSS
103. Actress Berger : SENTA
104. Bros, e.g. : SIBS
105. Pass over : OMIT
106. ___ no good : UPTO
107. S. C. Johnson brand : RAID
108. "Dirty rotten scoundrel," e.g. : SLUR
110. Old NASA landers : LEMS
112. Half of a sitcom farewell : NANU
115. Project closing? : ILE
116. It might get your feet wet : DEW

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