MISSING PERSONS

New York Times, Sunday, September 17, 2006

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 68 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 110 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2006, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Outstanding football player : ALLPRO
7. Keep after further changes : RESAVE
13. Indian-related : TRIBAL
19. Letter-shaped tesserae : LTILES
20. Little sucker : MINIVAC
21. He wrote "Even the worthy Homer sometimes nods" : HORACE
22. Store I most like to shop at? : MYFAVORITEMART
24. Ready for publication : EDITED
25. Comic Auerbach : ARTIE
26. 2600, 5200 and 7800, gamewise : ATARIS
27. Photo ___ : OPS
29. Site of July 1944 fighting : STLO
30. Jack who hosted the 1950's game show "Dotto" : NARZ
32. Mouse catcher, in Madrid : GATO
34. Actress Aniston, to friends : JEN
36. Missing from 22-Across : IAN
37. Melee in a Dumpster? : BATTLEOFBIN
42. Fix up, as old floors : RESTAIN
45. "Too bad" : ALAS
46. 1957 hit for the Bobbettes : MRLEE
47. Combine : MIX
48. Hang around : LINGER
51. Missing from 119-Across : TOM
52. ___ Corner, Va. (Washington suburb) : TYSONS
53. N.R.C. forerunner : AEC
54. What you will : ESTATE
55. Cabbie's call : HOPIN
57. Worked (up) : HET
58. Missing from 73-Down : ANNE
59. Clothing retailer beginning in 1969 : THEGAP
60. Flipper? : SPATULA
62. Most calm : SEDATEST
65. Discounted by : LESS
66. Rouses : STIRS
68. Seasonal beverage : NOG
69. Perennial best-seller subjects : DIETS
71. Medieval chest : ARCA
74. Dr. Egon ___ ("Ghostbusters" role) : SPENGLER
77. Imagine : DREAMUP
81. Signals : NODSAT
83. Missing from 13-Down : CARL
84. Busy travel day, typically : EVE
86. East German secret police : STASI
87. Baseball Hall-of-Famer Al : KALINE
88. Actress Gardner : AVA
89. Glacial ridges : ARETES
91. Missing from 61-Down : VIC
92. Where Zaragoza is : ARAGON
93. Blue Stater, more likely than not : DEM
94. Pioneering weather satellite : TIROS
95. Federico of Clinton's cabinet : PENA
96. Novel : UNUSUAL
98. Place to wash clothes in old Rome? : TOGASPRINGS
100. U.S. News or YM : MAG
102. Gold units: Abbr. : KTS
103. Vater's boy : SOHN
105. Memorable 1966 hurricane : INEZ
106. "I Ain't Marching Anymore" singer : OCHS
108. Cry of surprise : OHO
110. Overflowed : TEEMED
113. Arab capital : CAIRO
117. Senator's locale : OTTAWA
119. Droid in an oil container? : BOTOFTHEBARREL
122. Looked like Groucho : LEERED
123. Some T-shirt designs : IRONONS
124. Arose : SPRANG
125. Pitcher's quote : ADRATE
126. Cops' weapons : TASERS
127. Tone deafness : ASONIA
1. Soprano Gluck : ALMA
2. Astronomical meas. : LTYR
3. Good news on a gloomy day, e.g. : LIFT
4. Objections : PLAINTS
5. Exhibit : REVEAL
6. Baja bruin : OSO
7. Missing from 37-Across : RITA
8. Forces : ENERGIES
9. Apelike : SIMIAN
10. Starbuck's order? : AVAST
11. Dictionary abbr. : VAR
12. Prefix with -derm : ECTO
13. A particular bit of typography? : THESETLETTER
14. Casting need : ROD
15. It's usually blue, green or brown : IRIS
16. Certain eligibility requirement for Little League? : BATTINGAGE
17. Amtrak service : ACELA
18. Deceived : LEDON
20. Where Kofi Annan received an M.B.A. : MIT
23. Finely honed : RAZORSHARP
28. Attire with pics of sheep, maybe : PJS
31. ___ Martin (cognac) : REMY
33. Source of spices for old traders : ORIENT
35. Charlie Chan player on TV : NAISH
37. Soaks : BATHS
38. Thrown for ___ : ALOOP
39. Super Bowl XXXVII winner, for short : TAMPA
40. Sheet of ice : FLOE
41. Leanings : BENTS
43. Go over : EXCEED
44. Communications orbiter : INTELSAT
47. Get by : MANAGE
49. Pilots' info : ETAS
50. Sales crew : REPS
52. Bolt holder : TNUT
56. "Maybe this is fate" : ITSASIGN
58. "Be ___" ("Help me out") : ADOLL
61. Heeds humorist George? : LISTENSTOADE
63. Memory trace : ENGRAM
64. Across : SIDETOSIDE
67. Jon with the 1992 hit "Just Another Day" : SECADA
70. "___ of the D'Urbervilles" : TESS
71. "Lonely Boy" singer : ANKA
72. Crowd sound : ROAR
73. What you hear on a Chris Rock recording? : CDLAUGHTER
75. Faux "buttons" : NAVELS
76. Hoist again, as a sail : RERIG
78. Whiz : MAVEN
79. Not abstaining : USING
80. Type measures : PICAS
82. Actress Aimée : ANOUK
85. Missing from 16-Down : VERA
89. Expiate : ATONEFOR
90. Airer of many games : ESPN
95. Founder of Lima : PIZARRO
97. Show to a seat, informally : USH
98. 1992 Elton John hit : THEONE
99. Postgame productions : RECAPS
100. Cabbage : MOOLA
101. Functioned : ACTED
104. Four Holy Roman emperors : OTTOS
107. Missing from 98-Across : SARA
109. Passing mention? : OBIT
111. Range: Abbr. : MTNS
112. Quizzical sounds : EHS
114. OPEC member : IRAN
115. Italian artist Guido : RENI
116. Saint from Kiev : OLGA
118. Dripping : WET
120. Mouths, zoologically : ORA
121. Org. receiving royalties for "God Bless America" : BSA

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