GOOD TO GO

New York Times, Sunday, August 7, 2011

Author: Tony Orbach and Janie Smulyan
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 74 Missing: {JQX} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 17 for Mr. Orbach. This is the debut puzzle for Ms. Smulyan. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Airplane amenities : LEGRESTS
9. "The Dublin Trilogy" dramatist : OCASEY
15. Kind of attraction : FATAL
20. Windward : AWEATHER
21. Fashion frill : RUFFLE
22. Add-on meaning "galore" : AGOGO
23. Start-press order for a New York daily? : LETTHETIMESROLL
25. Shaded shelter : BOWER
26. Sleuth Lupin : ARSENE
27. Suffix with form : ULA
28. Dresden's river : ELBE
30. St. Pete-to-Savannah dir. : NNE
31. Flaps : ADOS
32. Make out : DESCRY
35. Big name in potatoes : OREIDA
37. Explorer's writing : LOG
39. Flippered animal that runs a maid service? : HOUSEKEEPINGSEAL
43. Legal assistants : PARAS
46. Mart start : WAL
47. Sparks : AROUSES
48. Request for candy from a kid at camp? : SHIPLOLLIPOP
52. Nutritional abbr. : RDA
53. Like the yin side: Abbr. : FEM
56. Author Sinclair : UPTON
57. Start : ONSET
59. Dewlapped creature : IGUANA
62. When to call, in some ads : EVES
64. "Rocky III" co-star : MRT
65. Gnarly : RAD
67. Ohio university : AKRON
68. Congratulatory phrase at a "Peanuts" bar mitzvah? : YOUREAMANCHARLIEBROWN
74. "Sounds like ___!" : APLAN
75. Western Indian : UTE
76. High lines : ELS
77. Romeo's predecessor? : ALFA
78. Keir of "2001: A Space Odyssey" : DULLEA
80. End of a Greek run : OMEGA
82. Ones gathered for a reading, maybe : HEIRS
85. ___ result : ASA
86. One of the Bobbsey twins : NAN
88. Jaded comment from a constantly updated person? : NONEWSISNEWS
93. 1981 German-language hit film : DASBOOT
96. Part of some itineraries? : VIA
97. Leisurely time to arrive at the office : TENAM
98. 1970s, to a schmaltzy wedding band? : THEERAOFFEELINGS
104. See 106-Across : DNA
105. Musée d'Orsay artist : RENOIR
106. Things determined by 104-Across : TRAITS
107. Everybody, to Erich : ALLE
110. "___ me" (phone comment) : ITS
111. Match part : GAME
114. Geneviève, for one: Abbr. : STE
115. Denmark's ___ Islands : FAEROE
118. "Scooby-Doo" girl : VELMA
120. Amnesiac's vague recollection of having a hobby? : IMINTOSOMETHING
125. Construct : ERECT
126. Environment : MILIEU
127. TV character who worked for Steinbrenner : COSTANZA
128. Six-pack holder? : TORSO
129. Certain newspaper advertisement : INSERT
130. Washed : DETERGED
1. Substitute for forgotten words in a song : LALA
2. Pour thing? : EWER
3. Stops panicking : GETSAGRIP
4. Valued : RATED
5. Prefix with -centric : ETHNO
6. "I can't believe it!" : SHEESH
7. Holiday celebrated with bánh chung cakes : TET
8. Asian title that's an anagram of an English one : SRI
9. Unsettling last words : ORELSE
10. Two-time Oscar nominee Joan : CUSACK
11. Home to about 15% of the world's population: Abbr. : AFR
12. W. Coast air hub : SFO
13. Fashion magazine : ELLE
14. "2, 4, 6, 8 - Who do we appreciate?," e.g. : YELL
15. ___ egg : FABERGE
16. Back : AGO
17. College-area local : TOWNIE
18. What a chair should cover? : AGENDA
19. Cosmetics brand with the classic slogan "Because I'm worth it" : LOREAL
24. Swiss mix : MUESLI
29. Often-trimmed tree : BONSAI
32. Designed for two : DUAL
33. Takes in : REAPS
34. "___ out!" : YER
36. Serpentine shape : ESS
37. "Beatles '65" and others : LPS
38. Hanauma Bay locale : OAHU
40. Antipollution mascot Woodsy ___ : OWL
41. AOL's Web site, e.g. : PORTAL
42. Birth control option, briefly : IUD
44. Lacking a surrounding colonnade, as a temple : APTERAL
45. Ljubljana resident : SLOVENE
49. Ready to be called : ONEA
50. French meat : PORC
51. Active : ONTHEGO
53. Casino offering : FARO
54. Poetic "plenty" : ENOW
55. Singer Aimee : MANN
58. Muffs : ERRS
60. What a pajama party often is : GABFEST
61. It's NW of Georgia : UKRAINE
63. Sch. that plays Texas A&M : SMU
64. Memory: Prefix : MNEM
66. Calendario unit : DIA
68. When tripled, et cetera : YADA
69. Musical number : OPUS
70. "The Producers" character who sings "When You Got It, Flaunt It" : ULLA
71. Mucho : ATONOF
72. Actor Rickman : ALAN
73. K-12 : ELHI
79. "Broken Arrow" co-star Michael : ANSARA
81. Type in : ENTER
83. Portrayal : RENDERING
84. Zeus' disguise when fathering Helen of Troy : SWAN
87. Blood-typing system : ABO
89. Modern party planning aids : EVITES
90. Sports column : WINS
91. Go south, as sales : SAG
92. Scot's "wee" : SMA
93. In excelsis ___ : DEO
94. Japanese "thanks" : ARIGATO
95. Frequent, in verse : OFT
98. Stand on short feet : TRIVET
99. Straight : HETERO
100. Eve who wrote "The Vagina Monologues" : ENSLER
101. ___ egg : EASTER
102. Beat it : LITOUT
103. Best in crash-test ratings : SAFEST
108. Order to a barista : LATTE
109. "Zigeunerliebe" composer : LEHAR
112. "La Bohème" soprano : MIMI
113. Key of Brahms's Symphony No. 4: Abbr. : EMIN
116. Eleven, to Héloïse : ONZE
117. Edwardian expletive : EGAD
119. Ones putting on a show, for short : MCS
121. They: Fr. : ILS
122. German rejection : NIE
123. Cause of some repetitive behavior, in brief : OCD
124. A Stooge : MOE

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