ACROSS THE BOARD

New York Times, Sunday, July 20, 2008

Author: Barry C. Silk
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 134, Blocks: 76 Missing: none – this is a pangram Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 26 for Mr. Silk. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2008, The New York Times
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1. Demanded without reason : SAIDSO
7. Leader of Lesbos? : LAMBDA
13. Unlikely attenders of R-rated films : PRUDES
19. Honor : ACCEPT
20. Injustice : RAWDEAL
21. Feel remorse for : REPENT
22. November 5, in Britain : GUYFAWKESNIGHT
24. Not remote : ONSITE
25. Thin as ___ : ARAIL
26. Depression : GLOOM
28. Humans last lived there in 2000 : MIR
29. Wild sheep of the western United States : ROCKYMOUNTAINBIGHORN
36. Mocks : JAPES
37. "La Gioconda" mezzo-soprano : LAURA
38. Flies over the Equator : TSETSES
39. Salt Lake City player : UTE
40. Annual Sunday event, with "the" : OSCARS
43. Breezes (through) : SAILS
44. Best Actor of 1991 : SIRANTHONYHOPKINS
49. Treat like a hero, maybe : MOB
52. In direct opposition : TOETOTOE
53. Gaudy jewelry, in slang : BLING
54. Broad : DAME
55. Alphabet quartet : MNOP
56. Trail to follow : SPOOR
58. Ring figure : BOXER
59. It's quite different from the high-school variety : PROFESSIONALWRESTLING
66. Transfix : RIVET
67. Eurasian ducks : SMEWS
68. Climactic scene in "Hamlet" : DUEL
69. Parrying weapon : EPEE
70. Blackmore's Lorna : DOONE
72. City 70 miles SSW of Toledo : LIMAOHIO
76. ___ state : ZEN
77. Viking, for one : PUBLISHINGCOMPANY
81. La Scala cheer : BRAVA
82. Events registered by seismometers, in brief : ATESTS
83. Resident: Suffix : ITE
84. Foamcore component : STYRENE
87. "Doctor Zhivago" role : PASHA
89. Deserving a lower insurance premium : SAFER
91. Army supply officer : QUARTERMASTERGENERAL
96. Spigoted vessel : URN
97. Italie et Allemagne : ETATS
98. Single-handedly : ALONE
99. Equitable way to return a favor : INKIND
102. Egg roll topping, perhaps : CHINESEMUSTARD
109. Thatched : REEDED
110. Perfume ingredient : ROSEOIL
111. Mrs. Woody Allen : SOONYI
112. It may be bilateral : TREATY
113. Belgian city with an 1854 manifesto : OSTEND
114. Like shorelines, often : ERODED
1. Lose strength : SAG
2. Prefix with pressure : ACU
3. Standoffish : ICY
4. Give bad marks : DEFACE
5. Signs of a bad outlet : SPARKS
6. "Venice Preserved" dramatist Thomas : OTWAY
7. Part of U.N.L.V. : LAS
8. Natural bristle : AWN
9. Year that Michelangelo began work on "David" : MDI
10. One desiring change : BEGGAR
11. National flower of Mexico : DAHLIA
12. Illinois city, site of the last Lincoln-Douglas debate : ALTON
13. Favorable : PROMISING
14. TV pooch : REN
15. FedEx rival : UPS
16. Moon of Mars : DEIMOS
17. Unabridged : ENTIRE
18. Rudder locations : STERNS
20. Move, to a real-estate broker : RELO
23. Kipling novel : KIM
27. Procure : OBTAIN
29. Batting average, e.g. : RATIO
30. ___ citato : OPERE
31. ___ Bator : ULAN
32. Quaint "not" : NARY
33. Caboose : TUSH
34. Some deodorants : GELS
35. Abbr. after Cleveland or Brooklyn : HTS
36. Fair : JUST
40. Four Holy Roman emperors : OTTOS
41. Bazaar units : SHOPS
42. Iowa college : COE
43. Go rapidly : SKIRR
45. Charge for cash : ATMFEE
46. Large chamber group : NONET
47. Ancient Greek coins : OBOLS
48. Pickup attachment : PLOW
49. Start of something big? : MAXI
50. Shooting star, maybe : OMEN
51. Mad magazine cartoonist Dave : BERG
54. Spoonful, say : DOLLOP
56. Bygone blades : SNEES
57. Kitten "mitten" : PAW
58. Second string : BTEAM
59. Bossman or bosswoman : PREZ
60. Stinky, as gym clothes : RIPE
61. Pizza place : OVEN
62. Capri, e.g., to a Capriote : ISOLA
63. Magazine founded by Bob Guccione : OMNI
64. ___ of Nantes, 1598 : EDICT
65. "Super Duper ___" (anime series) : SUMOS
70. "Forty Miles of Bad Road" guitarist : DUANEEDDY
71. Flip over : OBVERT
72. Some offensive linemen: Abbr. : LGS
73. Port near Nazareth : HAIFA
74. Purveyor of chips : INTEL
75. Open court hearing : OYER
77. ___-à-porter : PRET
78. "And ___ thou slain the Jabberwock?": Carroll : HAST
79. Spillane's "___ Jury" : ITHE
80. Within striking distance : NEAR
81. "It's c-c-c-cold!" : BRR
84. Pipsqueak : SQUIRT
85. Word with page or wood : TURNER
86. ___ Stadium, opened in 1923 : YANKEE
87. Feeling evoked in drama : PATHOS
88. Basketball datum : ASSIST
89. Security system component : SENSOR
90. Playground retort : ARETOO
92. Prefix with economics : MACRO
93. Celtic speaker : GAEL
94. ___ beetle : ELM
95. "Don't even bother" : NOUSE
100. Sun Valley locale: Abbr. : IDA
101. Invoice amount : NET
103. Once known as : NEE
104. Untold millennia : EON
105. Half brother of Tom Sawyer : SID
106. Moreover : AND
107. Manhattan part : RYE
108. Impersonated : DID

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