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New York Times, Sunday, September 25, 2005

Author: Matt Skoczen
Editor: Will Shortz
Matt Skoczen
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 74 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Skoczen. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Dog's owner : MASTER
7. Crit. condition areas : ICUS
11. Go (for) : OPT
14. Famed Chicago hotel : DRAKE
19. Station number : OCTANE
20. Injured, in a way : SPRAINED
22. Like an apartment with new tenants : RELET
23. Dislodging boats that have run aground? : SHALLOWBUSINESS
25. Runs for no purpose : IDLES
26. Long stretch : EON
27. Go for the gold? : PAN
28. Actress MacDowell : ANDIE
29. Beehives, e.g. : UPDOS
30. One calling at peak times? : YODELER
33. Salon worker : TINTER
35. "Horton Hears ___" : AWHO
37. Advice to a husband seeker? : DONTHAVEACALLOWMAN
42. "Lowdown" singer Boz ___ : SCAGGS
45. Photo ID? : UPI
46. Chinese philosopher Chu ___ : HSI
47. Respecting : ANENT
48. Goddess of agriculture : CERES
49. Warm wool : ALPACA
52. Presidential monogram : HST
54. "Don't ___ dumb" : ACTSO
55. Karaoke? : BALLADMOUTHING
61. TKO caller : REF
62. Get : NAB
64. Stairstep measure : RISE
65. Spots : ESPIES
67. Dart : FLIT
69. Medical worker in a billfold picture? : WALLETNURSE
74. Mex. miss : SRTA
75. Glass component : SILICA
77. It may follow a def. : ETYM
78. WB competitor : UPN
80. One of the Ewings, on "Dallas" : VAL
81. Selective Service System, once? : AMERICASCALLUP
86. Be bombastic : ORATE
88. Hellenic vowel : ETA
89. Shows homage : KNEELS
90. First airline with commercial transpacific passenger flights : PANAM
91. Lee foe : MEADE
95. Football linemen: Abbr. : RTS
98. Melbourne-to-Brisbane dir. : NNE
99. [Not again!] and [I can't!] : GROANS
100. Procrastinator's pick-up line? : IMDALLYINGTOSEEYOU
105. Like venison : GAMY
106. Annual Sunday night event, with "the" : OSCARS
107. Insignia : EMBLEMS
111. Bruce who appeared in "Suspicion" : NIGEL
113. Travis who sang "Here's a Quarter (Call Someone Who Cares)" : TRITT
115. Comfy footwear : MOC
116. Shade of green : PEA
117. "We Help Heal" sloganeer : CURAD
118. Where to store extra chandeliers? : BALLROOMCLOSETS
122. Teacher's note on a test : SEEME
123. Subject to change in size, as a picture on a screen : SCALABLE
124. Famous Indy 500 family : UNSERS
125. Neil Armstrong's middle name : ALDEN
126. Halifax hrs. : AST
127. Crosswalk users, for short : PEDS
128. Shirley who sang "Goldfinger" : BASSEY
1. Walk leisurely : MOSEY
2. Blessing preceder : ACHOO
3. Lose a lap : STAND
4. 1960's chess champ Mikhail : TAL
5. Blow-up: Abbr. : ENL
6. Goes back into business : REOPENS
7. Library cataloging datum, briefly : ISBN
8. PC "brain" : CPU
9. ___ Minor : URSA
10. Hélène, for one : SAINTE
11. Mark of a ruler : ONEINCH
12. Money replaced by euros : PESETAS
13. QB stats : TDS
14. Icicle feature : DRIP
15. 1984 Patrick Swayze film, the first movie released with a PG-13 rating : REDDAWN
16. "I'll do that" : ALLOWME
17. Original Clarabell the Clown player : KEESHAN
18. Brief strangers? : ETS
21. Its national anthem is "Jana Gana Mana" : INDIA
24. Imperfection : WART
29. Modern address : URL
31. Beats (out) : EDGES
32. Accesses the Web : LOGSON
34. Hebrew name meaning "He is my God" : ELIHU
36. Can. province : ONT
38. Kind of skirt : HULA
39. Kitchen item: Abbr. : APPL
40. Perfume holder : VIAL
41. They make people raise their hands : OATHS
42. Gobbles (up) : SCARFS
43. Historical novelist Holland : CECELIA
44. Fellini or Godard work : ARTFILM
49. Acronymic pop group name : ABBA
50. Teamster : CARTMAN
51. Tennis score : ADIN
53. Expensive : STEEP
56. Big Ten inits. : MSU
57. Poetic preposition : OER
58. VCR speed meas. : IPS
59. Absolute bliss : NIRVANA
60. Turn dark : GETATAN
63. Look toward : AWAIT
66. R. J. Reynolds pack : SALEMS
68. Bow : TIE
70. Rustic setting : LEA
71. Capts.' inferiors : LTS
72. Flemish painter Jan van ___ : EYCK
73. Dines : SUPS
76. Angler's basket : CREEL
79. "Easy as pie!" : NOPROB
82. Grant and others : CARYS
83. TV comic who wrote "If Roast Beef Could Fly" : LENO
84. Lorgnette piece : LENS
85. 1997 Peter Fonda role : ULEE
87. Humanitarian Wallenberg : RAOUL
91. Foreign flier : MIG
92. Common temple name : EMANUEL
93. In high repute : ADMIRED
94. Half of a double-header, maybe : DAYGAME
96. Certs competitor : TICTACS
97. Menace : SNARLAT
99. Place to work out : GYMCLUB
101. Joke response : LOL
102. Diner feature : GRILL
103. Woman's shoe style : TSTRAP
104. Fair-hiring grp. : EEOC
108. Some blades : EPEES
109. English distance : METRE
110. Smart : SASSY
112. Place of bliss : EDEN
114. "That is ___ expected" : TOBE
115. Fr. ladies : MMES
117. Civil War inits. : CSA
118. Troop grp. : BSA
119. Outmoded : OLD
120. ___ whim : ONA
121. Sound of a leak : SSS

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