AS ELMER FUDD WOULD SAY ...

New York Times, Sunday, July 11, 2010

Author: Ed Sessa
Editor: Will Shortz
Edward Sessa
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 69 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Sessa. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2010, The New York Times
Across Down
1. House extension : CARPORT
8. Deadly African biter : MAMBA
13. Container holding slips of paper with tasks written on them : JOBJAR
19. Like a bogey or double bogey : OVERPAR
20. Commonplace : USUAL
21. "Shouldn't have done that!" : BADMOVE
22. "Amahl and the Night Visitors" composer : MENOTTI
23. Part of a biblical warning against growing onions? : SOSHALLYEWEEP
25. Garden with an apple tree : EDEN
26. Livens (up) : SPICES
28. Ages upon ages : EONS
29. French wine classification : CRU
30. Some locker room tomfoolery? : TOWELWHACKS
33. See : DATE
34. What a mare bears : FOAL
35. Turn-___ : ONS
36. Jerusalem's Mosque of ___ : OMAR
37. Letters : POST
38. Arduous travels : SLOGS
39. Down : SAD
40. Bio for a Looney Tunes coyote? : THELIFEOFWILEE
45. Bakery trayfuls, say : DOZENS
48. Philosophy : BELIEFS
49. Cartesian conclusion : IAM
50. "___ Ben Jonson!" : ORARE
51. Radio features : DIALS
52. OPEC unit: Abbr. : BBL
53. Closet item, in brief : VAC
56. Politico Ralph's fishing gear? : NADERSWADERS
60. Light of one's life : TRUELOVE
62. Lots : ATON
63. Georgetown hoopster : HOYA
64. The ___ One (sobriquet for Satan) : EVIL
65. Buck : CLAM
66. Razed : TOREDOWN
68. Pretty fat, actually? : THINASAWHALE
72. Victorian ___ : ERA
73. Sounds at a vaccination center, maybe : OWS
74. Garb for Gandhi : DHOTI
75. First Baseball Hall-of-Famer, alphabetically : AARON
76. Intent : AIM
77. Tabriz native : IRANIAN
79. Marco Polo's destination : ORIENT
80. React to a bitter mouthwash? : GARGLEANDWINCE
84. Big hirer of techies : IBM
85. Mae West's "___ Day's a Holiday" : EVERY
86. 2003 disease scare : SARS
87. Battle of Normandy town : STLO
89. Egg container, of sorts : SAC
92. PBS staple since 1974 : NOVA
93. Barney of Mayberry : FIFE
94. Sloven in the coven? : FILTHYWITCH
98. Author Umberto : ECO
99. Timbales player Puente : TITO
100. Loose smock : CAMISE
101. '33 Chicago World's Fair style : DECO
102. Advice to someone going to the Egg-Beaters' Convention? : TAKEABIGWHISK
105. Blanket : LIEOVER
108. Thinks : IDEATES
109. Reduce to mush : PUREE
110. Traditional : OLDLINE
111. Spotlight sharer : COSTAR
112. Assists : ABETS
113. Some dollhouse miniatures : TEASETS
1. Recover from a blackout : COMETO
2. Photographer Richard : AVEDON
3. Gets more InStyle, say : RENEWS
4. Lying : PRONE
5. Make a choice : OPT
6. Singer : RAT
7. Singer Yearwood : TRISHA
8. Singer's accompaniment : MUSIC
9. "Put ___ in it!" : ASOCK
10. Nine daughters of Zeus : MUSES
11. Curmudgeonly cries : BAHS
12. ___ king : ALA
13. Actress Meadows : JAYNE
14. ___ of Solomon : ODES
15. Maker of the Z4 roadster : BMW
16. Snoopy's hip alter ego : JOECOOL
17. So-so : AVERAGE
18. Turn off : REPULSE
21. Totally wasted : BLOTTO
24. Things letters have : LEASES
27. Added-on Medicare provisions : PARTB
31. Courtesy car : LOANER
32. Saddam reportedly hid them, briefly : WMDS
33. Tips, in a way : DOFFS
34. ____-flam : FLIM
37. Beer brand originating in Brooklyn : PIELS
38. Marshy tract : SWALE
39. Collected : SERENE
41. Gossipy Hopper : HEDDA
42. Nobel laureate Wiesel : ELIE
43. Stereotypical debate outburst : LIAR
44. Calf bone : FIBULA
45. Be philanthropic : DONATE
46. Clay, e.g. : ORATOR
47. Golden Globe winner Pia : ZADORA
52. Rite for a newborn Jewish boy : BRIS
53. 1958 #1 hit by Domenico Modugno : VOLARE
54. King Arthur's burial place : AVALON
55. Solidify : CEMENT
57. "Prove it!" : SHOWME
58. Knocks dead : WOWS
59. "The Fountainhead" writer Rand : AYN
60. New Deal inits. : TVA
61. "To life!" : LCHAIM
64. So-called "Giant Brain" of 1946 : ENIAC
67. Bit of crochet work : DOILY
68. Détentes : THAWS
69. "___ soit qui mal y pense" (old motto) : HONI
70. "Put ___ writing!" : ITIN
71. English archer's weapon : WARBOW
74. Rapper with the 6x platinum album "2001" : DRDRE
76. Taj Mahal city : AGRA
77. Spaced out : INAFOG
78. Fits one inside another : NESTS
79. Unctuous : OILY
80. Kind of code : GENETIC
81. Shade of green : AVOCADO
82. Cancels : REVOKES
83. The way things stand : ASITIS
88. Everything : THELOT
89. Nicks on a record? : STEVIE
90. Sign of stress : ACCENT
91. Farmer's to-do list : CHORES
93. Moral ___ : FIBER
94. Renaissance ___ (historical reenactment) : FAIRE
95. "No more for me, thanks" : IMSET
96. Takes a shine to : LIKES
97. Many people in People : IDOLS
99. "Cheerio!" : TATA
100. Carp family fish : CHUB
103. "Mangia!" : EAT
104. New Deal inits. : WPA
106. Any of the Marquises, par exemple : ILE
107. Child-care writer LeShan : EDA

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