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New York Times, Sunday, August 8, 2010

Author: Pam Klawitter
Editor: Will Shortz
Pamela Amick Klawitter
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 73 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 3 for Ms. Klawitter. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2010, The New York Times
Across Down
1. One-named teen idol of the late '50s/early '60s : FABIAN
7. Fashionably nostalgic : RETRO
12. Came out even, in a way : MADEPAR
19. God who killed the dragon Python four days after his birth : APOLLO
20. Bygone shampoo brand : TEGRIN
21. Heads : OBVERSE
22. See circled letters in 96-Down : TELEPATHSGIFT
24. Dow Jones publication : BARRONS
25. Can : AXE
26. Join the crew : HIREON
27. Kind of acid found in spinach : FOLIC
29. Hook's right-hand man : SMEE
30. Frankfurt term of address : HERR
32. Demanding overseer : RAMROD
34. Tennis's Nastase : ILIE
36. New York subway inits. : IRT
37. In order (to) : SOAS
39. ... in 79-Down : WEBGIGGLE
42. Teen's room, stereotypically : MESS
44. Like some proverbial milk : SPILT
46. Dweller on the Baltic : LETT
47. Two-baggers: Abbr. : DBLS
48. People holding signs at airports : MEETERS
51. Dwellers on the Baltic : POLES
53. Why : REASON
55. Noted wine region : ALSACE
56. Underworld bosses : CAPOS
57. Take off : SOAR
58. Stephen of "The Musketeer" : REA
60. Does some freestyling : RAPS
61. ... in 13-Down : LOSTNETWORK
63. Big letters in fashion : YSL
64. CBS show with Laurence Fishburne : CSI
65. Very reverent : PIOUS
67. "Charles in Charge" co-star : AAMES
68. Mathematical ordinal : NTH
69. "What was ___ think?" : ITO
70. ... in 62-Down : RNSPECIALTY
74. Star turns : SOLI
75. River to the Rhône : AIN
76. ___ place : ONES
77. New Balance competitor : ASICS
78. Flatware finisher : PLATER
80. Furniture mover : CASTER
82. On-base percentage and others : STATS
83. At the earliest opportunity : SOONEST
84. Will of "The Waltons" : GEER
85. Florida city, for short : BOCA
86. Word with love or honey : CHILD
87. Row of stables, in Britain : MEWS
88. ... in 89-Down : CASHCACHE
91. Telecom hookups : LANS
94. Highway hazard : FOG
95. Spree : TEAR
97. Inside flight : STAIRS
99. Mane, for a female lion, e.g. : LACK
101. Concerning : INRE
103. Lieu : STEAD
106. Gluck works : OPERAS
108. Spider-Man's aunt : MAY
109. Igneous rock : DIORITE
111. ... in 1-Across : CRIMEFIGHTERS
114. Home to Mount Chimborazo : ECUADOR
115. Brachyodont perissodactyls : TAPIRS
116. One of the Kennedys : EUNICE
117. Some carry-on items : LAPTOPS
118. Apple purchases : IMACS
119. Tot tender : SITTER
1. Palestinian party : FATAH
2. Climbers' goals : APEXES
3. 1928 musical composition originally called "Fandango" : BOLERO
4. Québec's Grosse-___ : ILE
5. River in "Kubla Khan" : ALPH
6. Tiring problem for bicyclists? : NOAIR
7. Soak back in : RESORB
8. Drink from a bowl : EGGNOG
9. Cycle attachment? : TRI
10. Jazz phrase : RIFF
11. Aware of : ONTO
12. Art installation : MOBILE
13. They can always be counted on : ABACI
14. TiVo, for one, in brief : DVR
15. Relative of -ists : EERS
16. ... in 65-Across : PROMISSORYNOTE
17. Actor Ed and family : ASNERS
18. Microwave button : RESET
20. Lincoln Center institution : THEMET
23. Bottom-fishes : TRAWLS
28. Melodic speech : LILT
31. Some Jamaicans, for short : RASTAS
33. TV marshal who frequents the Long Branch Saloon : DILLON
35. Sets off : EMBARKS
38. Job detail : SPEC
40. Silly ones : GEESE
41. Some sporty cars : GTS
43. P.G.A.'s Ernie : ELS
45. Heat source? : IRE
47. "The Wreck of the Mary ___" : DEARE
48. Cross of "Desperate Housewives" : MARCIA
49. Band composition : ELASTIC
50. ... in 48-Down : ESPIONAGEGROUP
51. Not in : PASSE
52. Make a choice : OPT
53. Like a successful dieter's clothes : ROOMY
54. Candy giant, informally : NESTLES
56. Brilliant successes : COUPS
57. Goes for, as a fly : SWATS
59. Jazz great nicknamed Jumbo : ALHIRT
61. #2 or #3 : LOSER
62. Rash remedies : TALCS
65. Boycott, e.g. : PROTEST
66. ___ peace : INNER
71. "Coming at you!" : CATCH
72. Jason who plays Lucius Malfoy in Harry Potter films : ISAACS
73. River island : AIT
74. It has a bottom but no top : SANDAL
78. Don Ho fan fare? : POI
79. Laze : LOLL
81. Singers do it : SEW
82. "Mamma Mia!" song : SOS
83. Shepherd of "The View" : SHERRI
85. Unadorned : BARE
86. Arrowhead Stadium team : CHIEFS
87. One of the friends on "Friends" : MONICA
88. Works a wedding, maybe : CATERS
89. Wee : ATOMIC
90. Heists : CAPERS
92. "Anything you say!" : NAMEIT
93. "Make yourself ___" : SCARCE
94. Leader succeeded by his brother Raúl : FIDEL
96. Prevent : ESTOP
98. Wise ones : SAGES
100. Orchestra leader Kay : KYSER
102. Part of Q.E.D. : ERAT
104. Theater opening : ACTI
105. 60 grains : DRAM
107. Feng ___ : SHUI
110. Swear words in a swearing-in : IDO
112. Pronunciation guide std. : IPA
113. Cause of a big bang : TNT

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