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New York Times, Sunday, May 30, 2010

Author: Eric Berlin
Editor: Will Shortz
Eric Berlin
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 71 Missing: {JQXZ} This is puzzle # 35 for Mr. Berlin. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2010, The New York Times
Across Down
1. City SE of New Delhi : AGRA
5. "To your health!" : SKOAL
10. Cumberland Gap explorer : BOONE
15. iPod control: Abbr. : VOL
18. Supermax resident : FELON
19. Chekhov's "Uncle ___" : VANYA
20. Instructional tool : ARROW
21. W.W. II command : ETO
22. With 24-Across, two things that are stuffed : ROASTTURKEY
24. With 36-Across, two things on a farm : SCARECROW
26. Getting up there in years : OLDISH
27. Tests for college credit, briefly : APS
28. Domain : REALM
29. Laugh ___ : RIOT
30. Word game component, sometimes : TILE
31. Tijuana "that" : ESO
33. Seeing red : IRED
35. Guy : FELLA
36. With 38-Across, two things associated with needles : HAYSTACK
38. With 55-Across, two things that spin : RECORDPLAYER
42. Like some roofs and roads : TARRED
44. Balloonists' baskets : GONDOLAS
45. Que. neighbor : ONT
48. Fund-raising grp. : PTA
49. Scientist Pavlov : IVAN
51. Some poetic feet : ANAPESTS
55. With 82-Across, two things at an amusement park : FERRISWHEEL
58. Believers : ISTS
59. "Hair" song with the lyric "Hello, carbon monoxide" : AIR
60. Many a Miley Cyrus fan : TWEEN
61. Speaker's spot : LECTERN
63. Sicilian tourist attraction : MTETNA
66. Out of concern that : LEST
67. Little argument : SPAT
68. Accusatory words : ETTU
71. ___ Kalugin, former K.G.B. general with the 1994 book "Spymaster" : OLEG
72. Vivacious person : PISTOL
74. Annual foursome : SEASONS
76. Opponent of Pericles : CLEON
78. Santa ___ : ANA
79. ___ de malaise : ETAT
82. With 95-Across, two things that are sticky : COTTONCANDY
84. Admonishment : REPROVAL
87. Egg cream component : SODA
88. Argentine aunt : TIA
89. Edinburgh-to-London dir. : SSE
90. Second track on "Beatles '65" : IMALOSER
92. "No Escape" star, 1994 : LIOTTA
95. With 99-Across, two things with brushes : RUBBERCEMENT
99. With 115-Across, two things with ladders : MURALIST
103. Bargaining group : UNION
104. Church recess : APSE
105. Noted period : ERA
106. 1922 Physics Nobelist : BOHR
107. Physics units : ERGS
108. Certain Apples : IMACS
111. HDTV brand : RCA
113. Adjective for a bikini, in a 1960 song : TEENIE
115. With 117-Across, two things that are red : FIRETRUCK
117. With 22-Across, two things associated with Thanksgiving : CRANBERRIES
119. Wire service inits. : UPI
120. Drug company behind Valium : ROCHE
121. "Pearls Before Swine," e.g. : COMIC
122. What some titles are written in, briefly : ITALS
123. Standing need : LEG
124. Signed : INKED
125. "Zorba the Greek" setting : CRETE
126. Smooth : SAND
1. Region in ancient Asia Minor : AEOLIA
2. With a smile : GLADLY
3. Most promising : ROSIEST
4. Certain soldiers : ANTS
5. "Law & Order" spinoff, for short : SVU
6. Draw of some bars : KARAOKE
7. Being punished, military-style : ONKP
8. "O.K., captain!" : AYESIR
9. Not ecclesiastical : LAY
10. Inspired by : BASEDON
11. Deep-sea predator : ORCA
12. Spoken : ORAL
13. Usual : NORM
14. Woolly one : EWE
15. In truth, in Shakespeare : VERILY
16. Peter with four Golden Globes : OTOOLE
17. Claim in a cigarette ad : LOWTAR
18. Latte topper : FROTH
23. Juilliard's focus : THEARTS
25. Hockey goalie's area : CREASE
28. Scout's job, briefly : RECON
32. Hasty signatures : SCRAWLS
34. Entertain : REGALE
35. To-do : FLAP
37. Use as a resource : TAPINTO
39. Nutritional stds. : RDAS
40. Word of warning : DONT
41. Ending with proto- : PLASM
43. Like some metal toys : DIECAST
45. Many times, in verse : OFT
46. Studio that produced the Austin Powers movies : NEWLINE
47. Source of some resins : TREESAP
50. American sports car, for short : VETTE
52. Shiny fabrics : SATEENS
53. Small-time tyrants : TINGODS
54. Mexican Mrs. : SRA
56. Others : REST
57. In the know, in old slang : HEP
58. Counting everything : INTOTAL
62. Put new turf on : RESOD
64. Improvisatory piece of classical music : TOCCATA
65. "Enchanted" girl of children's lit : ELLA
69. "Southland" airer : TNT
70. Shows near the front? : USOTOUR
72. Target for certain athletes : PAR
73. Actor Burton : LEVAR
75. They're nuts : ACORNS
77. Scientist with multiple Emmys : NYE
80. Rash soother : TALC
81. Rash soother : ALOE
83. Fertilizer ingredient : NITRATE
85. Biochemical sugar : RIBOSE
86. Sign : OMEN
87. Gets through slowly : SEEPS
91. Kissed noisily : SMACKED
93. "Honest!" : IMEANIT
94. Neighbor of Montana : ALBERTA
95. Very sorry : RUEFUL
96. Green, say : UNRIPE
97. 18-wheeler : BIGRIG
98. Real brat : TERROR
100. Sea between Italy and Greece : IONIAN
101. Protect : SHIELD
102. Long lock : TRESS
108. Monopoly token : IRON
109. Gooey dirt : MUCK
110. Workout aftereffect : ACHE
112. Arrived : CAME
114. She threw the apple of discord : ERIS
116. Not quite quadri- : TRI
117. XXX x X : CCC
118. Letters in an old date : BCE

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