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New York Times, Sunday, September 30, 2001

Author: Con Pederson
Editor: Will Shortz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 76 Missing: {JQVXZ} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 2 for Mr. Pederson. NYT links: Across Lite

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Across Down
1. Impress firmly : ETCH
5. Free (from) : IMMUNE
11. Pitcher Reynolds who was called "The Chief" : ALLIE
16. Retreat : SPA
19. "___ Man" (1984 movie) : REPO
20. Roofer, at times : NAILER
21. ___ terrier : CAIRN
22. Neighbor of Ger. : POL
23. Florist's concern? : ADROOPINTHEBUCKET
26. What's that, Jaime? : ESA
27. E. C. Bentley detective : TRENT
28. Done to ___ : ATEE
29. Slot car : RACER
31. Rack : ANTLERS
34. Antiquated ballpark? : DOOMEDSTADIUM
38. Wimbledon winner Bueno and others : MARIAS
39. "It's déjà vu all over again" speaker : BERRA
40. Reporting to : UNDER
41. Actor who debuted in "The Men," 1950 : BRANDO
42. Suffix with margin : ALIA
43. Intimidates : DAUNTS
46. Off : IDLE
47. Lack of any desire for lunch? : NONOONSENSE
50. Inits. for some pilots : USAF
54. A goner : TOAST
56. Magician Jillette : PENN
57. Clinches : ICES
58. Mold source : SPORE
59. Alias preceder : AKA
61. Reunion group : CLAN
62. Word before reason or reach : WITHIN
63. Period preceding an expiration date? : THETWILIGHTOFTHEGOODS
71. Have a change of heart : REPENT
72. Burn : SEAR
73. Modern rest stop convenience, for short : ATM
74. Abrasive : EMERY
75. TV actor Denver : PYLE
76. Blubber : BAWL
79. Addis ___ : ABABA
84. 1914 Belgian battle line : YSER
85. Auto plant employee? : HOODCARRIER
88. Orsk's river : URAL
89. Son of Daedalus : ICARUS
91. It may be on a house : LIEN
92. Weather warmer : ELNINO
94. Libreville's land : GABON
96. Cheese ___ : STEAK
97. Nero's tutor : SENECA
98. Diplomas? : COLLEGEPROOFS
102. Continues a visit : STAYSON
103. Paul Bunyan's dog : ELMER
104. Explorer John and others : RAES
105. Kind of infection : STAPH
106. Brouhaha : ADO
107. Funnies printed on packing materials? : CARDBOARDCARTOONS
115. Snowe or Breaux: Abbr. : SEN
116. Slip away : ERODE
117. Kick out : DEPORT
118. Certain band member : OBOE
119. Quash : END
120. Hannah of "Roxanne" : DARYL
121. Treats vengefully : SPITES
122. Four gills : PINT
1. Time worth noting : ERA
2. 70's British P.M. Heath : TED
3. Revival producer: Abbr. : CPR
4. Stale stand-up material? : HOOTLINES
5. Appearing live : INPERSON
6. Water conduits : MAINS
7. Theater snack item : MINT
8. Last: Abbr. : ULT
9. Book before Esther: Abbr. : NEH
10. "___ the steamer bore him Eastward ...": Kipling : ERE
11. Keen : ACUTE
12. Like some punch : LACED
13. Preferences : LIKES
14. Provoke : IRE
15. Prize seeker : ENTRANT
16. Coins : SPECIE
17. Phony : POSEUR
18. Auto option : ALARM
24. Nymph in Greek myth : OREAD
25. Eight-time Sugar Bowl champs : BAMA
30. Totals : ADDSUPTO
31. Scope : AMBIT
32. Elaine ___ ("Taxi" role) : NARDO
33. Bit of a merry refrain : TRALA
34. Actor Alain : DELON
35. Nocturnal hunter : ORION
36. Port east of Gibraltar : ORAN
37. It may be hard to carry : TUNE
39. Ruination : BANE
43. Drink before bed? : DECAF
44. Regarding : ANENT
45. ___ Arizona : USS
48. A gem of a lady? : OPAL
49. Storage place : SILO
51. London's ___ Square : SOHO
52. Unrainy : ARID
53. Bogs : FENS
55. Yellow-brown : TAWNY
58. Symbol of conductivity : SIGMA
60. Young fox : KIT
61. This answer's place: Abbr. : CTR
62. Rainy : WET
63. It doesn't take much : TREY
64. Speech pauses : HEMS
65. One-on-one sport : EPEE
66. Loathsome : TERRIBLE
67. "All I Ever Need ___" (Sonny & Cher hit) : ISYOU
68. Neuters : GELDS
69. Hic, ___, hoc : HAEC
70. Sound : HALE
75. ___ favor : POR
76. Synopsis : BRIEF
77. Boroughs : AREAS
78. [Just kidding!] : WINK
80. Snare set by Fudd? : BUNNYHOOP
81. Spring arrival : ARIES
82. Place for dinero : BANCO
83. Apply for ___ (seek assistance) : ALOAN
85. Be dependent : HANG
86. High in the Andes : ALTO
87. Opens again : RESTARTS
90. Put the squeeze on : COERCED
93. Sprung : LEAPT
94. Like some opportunities : GOLDEN
95. Shade of brown : ALMOND
96. Average : SOSO
98. "Cut it out!" : CEASE
99. Reason for a reduced grade : ERROR
100. Sight in China : PADDY
101. One who's revolting : REBEL
102. Gawp : STARE
105. ___-free : SCOT
108. Constellation next to Telescopium : ARA
109. Some Web site features : ADS
110. Good name, for short : REP
111. Meas. of computer scans : DPI
112. Band of geishas : OBI
113. Starter starter : NON
114. Television : SET

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