NEW AR-RANGEMENTS

New York Times, Sunday, July 10, 2005

Author: Con Pederson
Editor: Will Shortz
Con Pederson
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 74 Missing: {JKQXZ} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Pederson. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Regis Philbin or Kelly Ripa : COHOST
7. Related on the father's side : AGNATE
13. Benefactor : PATRON
19. "Forward!" in Italy : AVANTI
20. Number 1, e.g. : DRIVER
21. Distillate : ESSENCE
22. Unmask : REVEAL
23. Supper at home before unpacking from a move? : DININGALACRATE
25. "You're ___ friend" : AREAL
26. Guinness superlative : MOST
27. Pipe contents : WATER
28. Founding Father listed on a popular computer? : FRAMERINTHEDELL
33. Vinland pioneers : NORSE
37. Suffix with Caesar : EAN
38. Cartoon dog : REN
39. Rove : GAD
40. Constitutional : STROLL
41. Old ___ (Satan) : NED
43. Mild swearing competition? : AGAMEOFDRATS
49. Steps on the scale : LAS
50. Farrier's tool : RASP
52. Bargain repository : BIN
53. Connect with : TIETO
54. American magazine founded in France : ELLE
55. Old Colgate rival : IPANA
57. All-Star team, with "the" : EAST
59. Part of E.E.C.: Abbr. : ECON
60. Divine one, to Dante : DIO
61. Shelters : DEFENDS
64. Willa Cather's "One of ___" : OURS
66. Cuckoo bird : ANI
67. "This one's ___" : ONME
69. Prize for Coronado : ORO
70. Hurry up, as one decorating Christmas gifts? : GOTOWRAPSPEED
74. Actress Scala : GIA
75. Red Cross inventories : SERA
77. Bill passer: Abbr. : SEN
78. Work on, in a way : EDIT
79. Fire sources : DRAGONS
81. Frequent abbr. in BBC announcements : GMT
82. Not give ___ : ARAP
84. 1987 Pulitzer-winning critic Richard ___ : EDER
86. Compact contents : ROUGE
87. Jack-in-the-pulpit, e.g. : ARUM
88. Automaton of Hebrew lore : GOLEM
90. Art collector/philanthropist ___ Broad : ELI
91. Working without ___ : ANET
92. Latin American agreements : SIS
93. Like a test with a properly corrected score? : WELLREGRADED
96. Guideline: Abbr. : STD
98. Inner selves : ANIMAS
100. Recommendation from a C.P.A. : IRA
101. Fed. overseer : GAO
103. Magazine exec in PJ's : HEF
105. River to the Rio Grande : PECOS
106. Improper trade of a St. Louis N.F.L. player? : ILLEGALRAMSDEAL
112. Safari-goers may get a charge out of it : RHINO
114. Think box : BEAN
115. Quebec underground : METRO
116. Guests who jabber incessantly? : PRATINGCOMPANY
122. Less sweet : SOURER
123. Haloes : CORONAE
124. Immediately : PRESTO
125. Box up : ENCASE
126. Undercover jobs : STINGS
127. Use a straw : SIPHON
128. Experts : ADEPTS
1. Wine order : CARAFE
2. Flooded : OVERRAN
3. What the Beatles were able to do? : HAVEANERAFORMUSIC
4. Early hr. : ONEAM
5. Like yesterday's news, to today's : STALER
6. Three Dog Night hit "___ the World Ends" : TIL
7. Wing : ADDON
8. Mill stuff : GRIST
9. Beethoven's symphony with "Ode to Joy" : NINTH
10. Bird: Prefix : AVI
11. First in double figures : TEN
12. Joule fraction : ERG
13. Jr.'s test : PSAT
14. Balloonists' trips : ASCENTS
15. Eloise was a little one : TERROR
16. Messenger with a code : RNA
17. Natl. Pretzel Mo. : OCT
18. Maiden-named : NEE
21. Carrier with blue-striped jets : ELAL
24. Punch alternative : AWL
26. "Flash Gordon" villain ___ the Merciless : MING
29. Take in : REAP
30. I problem? : EGO
31. Bonkers : DAFT
32. "Frasier" terrier : EDDIE
34. Positioning the Trojan horse in front of Troy? : ROLLINGOUTTHETRAP
35. Zigzag activity : SLALOMING
36. On the other hand : ELSE
40. Less emotional : STONIER
42. Philosopher Kierkegaard, e.g. : DANE
44. Old ___ (Civil War eagle) : ABE
45. Cat's cry : MIAOW
46. Guarantee : ENSURE
47. Go over : RECAP
48. Sought absolution : ATONED
51. Ratted : SANG
54. Last shogunate capital : EDO
55. They're said before a kiss : IDOS
56. Swift falcon : PEREGRINE
58. Exchange (as A and R in this puzzle) : TRADE
62. Pharmacists' concerns : DOSAGES
63. Unsaturated alcohol : STEROL
65. Brown recluse, for one : SPIDER
68. Comfort : EASE
71. Guilty ___ counts : ONALL
72. Marked pillar : STELA
73. Get rid of holes : DARN
76. Bank letters : ATM
80. Functions : GOES
83. An undesirable thing to be in : PERIL
85. Divest : RID
87. Quickly, quickly : ASAP
89. Paltry : MERE
91. Garden party? : ADAM
93. Ablution : WASHING
94. [That's awful!] : GAG
95. New York cardinal : EGAN
97. Honey : DEAREST
99. Longtime CBS/CNN newsman Bruce : MORTON
102. "Hey Girl" hitmaker, 1971 : OSMOND
104. Spanish blooms : FLORES
106. Kansas-born playwright : INGE
107. Place: Abbr. : LOC
108. Ruffle : ABASH
109. Slow in scoring : LENTO
110. Material in tire cords : RAYON
111. Tied score : DEUCE
113. Much may follow it : INAS
116. Desktop items, for short : PCS
117. Bunk : ROT
118. He was the "O" in Jackie O : ARI
119. Special ___ : OPS
120. X-ray relative : MRI
121. Spirit : PEP
122. Mermaid's home : SEA

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