OFF WITH THEIR HEADS!

New York Times, Sunday, August 3, 2008

Author: Peter A. Collins and Joe Krozel
Editor: Will Shortz
Peter A. Collins
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Joe Krozel
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 73 Missing: {QZ} This is puzzle # 14 for Mr. Collins. This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Krozel. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2008, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Swarm : TEEM
5. Lots : ALOAD
10. 11th-century year : MLIX
14. Audibly shocked : AGASP
19. Hot rod rod : AXLE
20. One of the Four Seasons : VALLI
21. German article : EINE
22. Glow : SHINE
23. "Will the long-winded ___ ___ his sermon?" : REVERENDEVEREND
26. Philosopher Kierkegaard : SOREN
27. Puts on : PRETENDS
28. Power brokers : ELITE
29. "Let me tell you ..." : LISTEN
30. Mark, Anthony and others: Abbr. : STS
31. "Tasty!" : YUM
32. "The majority of British ___ ___ policy coming to fruition" : HISTORYISTORY
34. Left over : UNEATEN
36. Shoot out : EMIT
37. Took care of : SAWTO
40. Washington State airport : SEATAC
43. Amaze : AWE
44. One of five Norwegian kings : OLAV
48. "I noticed you use the ___ ___ often than the tarnished one" : SPOTLESSPOTLESS
51. Promised : SWORE
52. Ties a second knot : REWEDS
53. Habit : WONT
54. Human ___ Project : GENOME
55. Alphabet quartet : RSTU
57. "The driver's crew decided to make the ___ ___ priority" : PITSTOPITSTOP
60. "Life ___ beach" : ISA
63. Welcome at the door : ASKIN
65. Crossed one's i's and dotted one's t's? : ERRED
66. Promgoers: Abbr. : SRS
67. "The parishioners ignored the ___ ___ meat on Friday" : MANDATEANDATE
71. Understands : GETS
74. Train head : ENGINE
75. Work hard : TOIL
76. Ultimatum's end : ORELSE
80. It might lead to a cloud formation, for short : ATEST
81. "The judges put the names of each ___ ___ for the M.C. to read" : FINALISTINALIST
86. Pusher catcher, for short : NARC
87. Shoe letters : EEE
88. Retinue of Pan : NYMPHS
89. YouTube offering : VIDEO
90. Baloney : JIVE
92. Teacher: Var. : PEDAGOG
94. "As one member of the crew ___ ___ co-worker leaned on his shovel" : LABOREDABORED
101. Nigerian export : OIL
102. Any ship : SHE
105. Company bought by Chevron in 2005 : UNOCAL
106. Dig : GOFOR
107. Box-and-one alternative : MANTOMAN
109. Mushroom variety : ENOKI
110. "You won't find any ___ ___ Turner album" : SONATINAONATINA
112. Wilder and Hackman : GENES
113. Wash. neighbor : OREG
114. Potato pancake : LATKE
115. Race pace : TROT
116. Daisy type : OXEYE
117. It's frequently stolen : BASE
118. Calm : STAID
119. Tom Joad, e.g. : OKIE
1. Bad-weather gear : TARPS
2. Apply : EXERT
3. Dwellers in Middle-earth : ELVES
4. Cross : MEET
5. Park in New York, say : AVENUE
6. Australia, e.g. : LANDMASS
7. Automotive pioneer : OLDS
8. It may come from a barrel : ALE
9. Take up wholeheartedly : DIVEINTO
10. Deserve : MERIT
11. Deceive : LIETO
12. Central : INNER
13. Like some boxes on ballots : XED
14. Franciscan home : ASSISI
15. Relics of the Wild West : GHOSTTOWNS
16. ___-ground missile : AIRTO
17. Derisive look : SNEER
18. Copper : PENNY
24. English portraitist Sir Joshua : REYNOLDS
25. 1994 and 1997 U.S. Open winner : ELS
29. Green shade : LIME
32. Bucket of bolts : HEAP
33. Grove in many an English churchyard : YEWS
34. Pure : UTTER
35. Your: Fr. : TES
37. Lat. or Lith., once : SSR
38. Ursine : bear :: pithecan : ___ : APE
39. Amaze : WOW
41. Al's is almost 27 : ATWT
42. Place to hang your hat : CLOSET
43. Lady ___, first woman to sit in British Parliament : ASTOR
45. Sacks : LOOTS
46. Mail for a knight : ARMOR
47. Johnson and Johnson, e.g. : VEEPS
49. Kind of sale : ESTATE
50. "___ Nous" (1983 film) : ENTRE
51. Having all the money one needs : SET
54. Bible distributor : GIDEON
56. Milk : USE
57. Attach, as to a lapel : PINON
58. Cuisine choice : INDIAN
59. Many a pirate's appendage : PEG
60. "That is to say ..." : IMEAN
61. Receiver of lists : SANTA
62. Tick off : ANGER
64. Actress Holmes : KATIE
68. Record holder : DISCJOCKEY
69. About which the Bible says "Consider her ways, and be wise" : ANT
70. Confederate : ALLY
72. "Hairspray" actor : TRAVOLTA
73. Baseball bigwig Bud : SELIG
77. Top : LID
78. Beijing-to-Shanghai dir. : SSE
79. Ike's W.W. II domain : ETO
81. Broadcast signal : FEED
82. Compromises : IMPERILS
83. Tore : SPED
84. Minister's deg. : THD
85. Japanese-born Hall of Fame golfer : ISAOAOKI
87. Daredevil Knievel : EVEL
91. Poker call : IRAISE
93. Deseeded, as cotton : GINNED
94. "Hasta ___" : LUEGO
95. Incorporate into a city : ANNEX
96. Fess Parker TV role : BOONE
97. Greek marketplace : AGORA
98. Folk percussion instruments : BONES
99. Old enough : OFAGE
100. Break down : ROT
102. Smarmy smile : SMIRK
103. Red River city : HANOI
104. Related on the mother's side : ENATE
107. ___ Hari : MATA
108. Football Hall-of-Famer Graham : OTTO
110. Melodramatic response in comics : SOB
111. Jazz cornetist Adderley : NAT

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