MAKING A LEFT

New York Times, Sunday, September 11, 2005

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 76 Missing: {XZ} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 78 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Much-used engine : GOOGLE
7. Spring from a bed : ROUST
12. "Twin Peaks" victim ___ Palmer : LAURA
17. Nose-puckering, in a way : PUTRID
18. See 37A : EQUATION
21. Lay concern? : ENRON
22. Pulmotor's purpose : ARTIFICIALRESPIRATION
25. Diplomatic successes : DETENTES
26. Comerica Park team : TIGERS
27. Ab ___ (from the beginning) : OVO
30. Some Ouija answers : NOES
31. Unhuman : MECHANICAL
35. Dog in Francis Barraud's painting "His Master's Voice" : NIPPER
37. With 59A, 18D and 18A, what these answers show : THEFIRST
41. "___ Enchanted" (Newbery-winning book made into a 2004 film) : ELLA
42. Troubled : ATEAT
43. No longer reliant on mother : WEANED
44. Where many barrels are seen : GUNROOM
47. Greases : LARDS
48. Pained reaction : WINCE
49. Within walking distance : CLOSE
51. Fix a track : DUB
52. Practicing grp. : AMA
53. Somewhat, slangily : KINDA
54. "Goodness Had Nothing to Do With It" autobiographer : MAEWEST
56. Many a computer icon : BITMAP
59. See 37A : SYMBOLIN
61. See 62D : SHIRT
65. "Stop that!" : ENOUGH
66. Overly glib : PAT
67. Borrower : LIENEE
68. With 27D, what these answers show : LARGE
69. See 92A : TOGETONA
74. Crave : YENFOR
75. Drank some coffee, say, with "up" : SOBERED
77. Long arm : RIFLE
79. Yossarian's tentmate, in "Catch-22" : ORR
80. Mgr.'s holding : MBA
83. "Two Women" star : LOREN
84. "À ___ santé!" : VOTRE
85. Educator Montessori : MARIA
87. Sandwich's title? : EARLDOM
89. Enter all at once : PILEIN
90. Ancient Mexican : OLMEC
91. ___ function : SINE
92. With 69A and 69D, what these answers show : POORMARK
95. Certifiable : INSANE
96. Musical wingding : HOOTENANNY
99. Marvin Gaye's "___ That Peculiar" : AINT
101. Old Ford : LTD
102. Window flankers : DRAPES
103. No longer with us : DEPARTED
107. Disaster coverage? : MAJORMEDICALINSURANCE
114. "Almost Famous" director, 2000 : CROWE
115. Confirms : RATIFIES
116. Knit up again : REHEAL
117. While away : SPEND
118. "In dreams begin responsibility" writer : YEATS
119. Hose : NYLONS
1. Student's stat. : GPA
2. Lord's Prayer starter : OUR
3. Giant at Cooperstown : OTT
4. Photomap overlay : GRID
5. Firefighters hold them outside windows : LIFENETS
6. Correctional worker? : EDITOR
7. Preside over : RULE
8. Galley's many : OARS
9. Sport ___ : UTE
10. Artemis, to Apollo : SISTER
11. Debate club fodder : TOPICS
12. Pick up : LEARN
13. More nervous : ANTSIER
14. German-speaking Swiss canton : URI
15. Young 'un in the Hundred Acre Wood : ROO
16. "Roman Holiday" princess : ANN
18. See 37A : EINSTEINS
19. Plant chewed in Arabia : QAT
20. Sleepwear : NIGHTGOWN
23. Semicircular shape : CEE
24. Stephen of "FeardotCom" : REA
27. See 68A : ONALABEL
28. Another name for retinol : VITAMINA
29. One whose working days are numbered : OPERATOR
31. Air or field starter : MID
32. Ignoramus : CLOD
33. Baseball's Felipe : ALOU
34. Souvlaki meat : LAMB
36. Calculator part : PAD
38. Good to have around : HANDY
39. Bivouacked : ENCAMPED
40. Percentage of a legal settlement : FEE
43. La Belle Époque ender: Abbr. : WWI
45. Serviceability : USE
46. Unlikely Scottish sight : NESSIE
49. Berkeley university nickname : CAL
50. Tropical wreath : LEI
53. Speedometer reading: Abbr. : KPH
54. Cell phone brand : MOTOROLA
55. Consequently : THEN
57. Coffeehouse crockery : MUGS
58. Antediluvian : AGEOLD
60. Be up : BAT
62. With 61A, what these answers show : INFORMAL
63. Turn to a new setting : REORIENT
64. Like Mayan pyramids : TERRACED
67. Clog remover : LYE
69. See 92A : TERMPAPER
70. Smelter input : ORE
71. ___-X : GEN
72. Gunpowder ingredient : NITER
73. Language once known as Cape Dutch : AFRIKAANS
76. [Bad call!] : BOO
78. Football's Dawson : LEN
80. Go well together : MESH
81. Scott of "Happy Days" : BAIO
82. Ligurian Sea feeder : ARNO
84. High spirits : VIM
85. 1967 music festival site : MONTEREY
86. Unser and son : ALS
88. Anticlimax : LETDOWN
89. Show unseemly curiosity : PRY
93. At some point : ONEDAY
94. Where it's at : ONSITE
95. By agreed order : INTURN
97. Guessed wrong : ERRED
98. "Apocalypse Now" locale : NAM
100. Org. headquartered on Constitution Ave. : IRS
103. Not all there : DAFT
104. Some Ivy Leaguers : ELIS
105. Goodie to be divided : PIE
106. Arlene of "Here Come the Girls" : DAHL
107. Intro deliverers : MCS
108. Dada pioneer : ARP
109. Everyman : JOE
110. The World Factbook publisher: Abbr. : CIA
111. Art movement prefix : NEO
112. Deep-six : CAN
113. Commuter carriers : ELS

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