ALL-KNOWING

New York Times, Sunday, September 24, 2006

Author: Mark Diehl and Kevin McCann
Editor: Will Shortz
Mark Diehl
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5911/11/19848/24/20121
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Kevin McCann
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72/27/19989/24/20061
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1.65000

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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 72 Missing: {JQZ} This is puzzle # 43 for Mr. Diehl. This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. McCann. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. With 126-Across, author of the quip starting at 27-Across : OSCAR
6. Kind of race : ARMS
10. "Come Back, Little Sheba" playwright : INGE
14. Modern home of the 10-Down : PERU
18. Product sold with a bag : HOOVER
20. "Hop ___!" : TOIT
21. Tyros : NEOPHYTES
23. Bill Clinton memoir : MYLIFE
24. Nasty sort : OGRE
25. Effecting a release : CATHARTIC
26. Blue : SAD
27. Start of a quip from Court and Society Review, 1887 : INAMERICATHEYOUNG
30. V.I.P. : CELEB
32. Literature Nobelist Morrison : TONI
33. What "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds" may or may not be about : LSD
34. Quip, part 2 : AREALWAYSREADY
38. Edit : REDACT
44. "An Affair to Remember" star, 1957 : KERR
45. Berlioz's "Les nuits d'___" : ETE
46. Man of mystery : MRX
47. Layered : LAMINAR
48. Project completion? : ILE
49. King Minos, for one : CRETAN
52. Site for Franklin Roosevelt : DIME
54. Matter of debate : ISSUE
55. Pageant prize : TIARA
57. Quip, part 3 : TOGIVETOTHOSE
60. "It's about time!" : ATLAST
62. Lucre : PELF
63. Energizer or Duracell option : AAA
64. Low-value wad : ONES
65. Quip, part 4 : WHOAREOLDERTHAN
70. "The Thief of Bagdad" actor, 1940 : SABU
73. Ramallah grp. : PLO
74. Mystique : AURA
75. W.W. II wolf pack : UBOATS
79. Quip, part 5 : THEMSELVESTHE
83. "Rubber Duckie" singer of children's TV : ERNIE
84. See 112-Down : ASABC
85. Winter pear : BOSC
86. Brynhild's beloved : SIGURD
90. Granting grp. : NEA
91. It can be found in a tree : LINEAGE
93. Cry with eyes lit up : AHA
95. 4 x 4 : UTE
96. Cold war winner : NATO
97. Huge, to Hugo : ENORME
98. Quip, part 6 : FULLBENEFITSOF
102. Lao-___ : TSE
104. Dutch export : EDAM
105. Día's opposite : NOCHE
106. End of the quip : THEIRINEXPERIENCE
113. Try to win, in a way : WOO
116. Like a Swiss Army knife : VERSATILE
117. One of a sailing trio : NINA
118. Time competitor, informally : USNEWS
120. Used a crowbar on, maybe : PRIEDOPEN
121. Election day: Abbr. : TUES
122. Fish that may someday spawn : SAMLET
123. Call after a hammer is hit : GONE
124. Agrippina's slayer : NERO
125. Prize since 1949 : EMMY
126. See 1-Across : WILDE
1. ___ law : OHMS
2. Nutritious bean : SOYA
3. Breakfast in a box : COLDCEREAL
4. Flying start? : AVI
5. Common ink purchase : REFILL
6. Tittle : ATOM
7. It's read word for word : ROGETS
8. Fun house item : MIRROR
9. "Revolution From Within" author : STEINEM
10. Old inhabitant of 14-Across : INCA
11. With every hair in place : NEATLY
12. Ones dressed in black : GOTHS
13. F.D.A.-banned supplement : EPHEDRA
14. Match player? : PYRO
15. Dramatic rebuke : ETTU
16. Scout leader? : REIN
17. S O S responder: Abbr. : USCG
19. Satisfied subscriber, apparently : RENEWER
22. Part of a manger scene : HAY
28. Stem : ABATE
29. Poet with the longtime NPR program "A Word in Your Ear" : CIARDI
31. Pencil holder, sometimes : EAR
34. Muscular watchdog : AKITA
35. Sparked anew : RELIT
36. "But on the other hand ?" : YET
37. Early sixth-century year : DXIV
39. Put out : EMIT
40. Stain : DISHONOR
41. Actor Williams of "Happy Days" : ANSON
42. Revolution, for one : CAUSE
43. Hammock supports : TREES
47. Sic on : LETAT
49. Bills, e.g. : CASH
50. Exactly, after "to" : ATEE
51. Court plea, briefly : NOLO
53. Anne of comedy : MEARA
56. Bygone Crayola color : RAWUMBER
58. Black piano key : GFLAT
59. Pearl City setting : OAHU
61. Imbibe : TOPE
62. Brigham Young University site : PROVO
66. "Let's ___ There" (1980's NBC slogan) : ALLBE
67. Dim responses : DUHS
68. "? ___ saw Elba" : EREI
69. Retired : ABED
70. Tired : STALE
71. Mark Twain/Bret Harte play : AHSIN
72. Game of chance : BEANO
76. "Black Beauty" author : ANNASEWELL
77. Link with : TIETO
78. ___ Tranquillity : SEAOF
80. Offer that seems too good to be true, probably : SCAM
81. Birthright seller : ESAU
82. Lug : SCHLEP
87. Floor (it) : GUN
88. Knoxville sch. : UTENN
89. Get back on track : REFOCUS
92. Begin something, in slang : GETITON
94. Just firm enough : ALDENTE
96. Lofty degree : NTH
98. It's a test : FEELER
99. Element that quickly oxidizes in air : BARIUM
100. Artist with the 2002 #1 hit "Lose Yourself" : EMINEM
101. Winter fishing tool : ICESAW
103. Not attack head-on : SNIPE
106. Family viewing mark : TVPG
107. "My ___!" : HERO
108. March slogan word : ERIN
109. Dawning response : ISEE
110. "Way cool!" : RAD
111. Strange: Prefix : XENO
112. With 84-Across, very simple : EASY
114. Had to settle : OWED
115. Bone head? : OSTE
119. Application form abbr. : NMI

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