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New York Times, Sunday, January 10, 2010

Author: Mel Rosen
Editor: Will Shortz
Mel Rosen
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 70 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 32 for Mr. Rosen. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2010, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Super Bowl XIII and XIV winning player : STEELER
8. Turkish honchos : AGHAS
13. Some beachwear : SHADES
19. Love, in a way : NOSCORE
20. River at Avignon : RHONE
21. Posts on a wall, say : TAPESUP
23. Penn State campus site : ALTOONA
24. With 10-Down, stopover : MOTOR
25. Hyundai model : ELANTRA
26. With 4-Down, alternative to free enterprise : PLANNED
27. Paris's ___ Rivoli : RUEDE
28. With 16-Down, certain plate : PARTIAL
29. Canadian gas brand : ESSO
30. Picking up, as perfume : SMELLING
33. Unfermented grape juice : STUM
34. Subway posting : MAP
37. Magazine no. : ISS
38. Complete bomb on a test : ZERO
40. Telephoned : RANG
43. "Help yourself!" : BEMYGUEST
47. President who took office in 1946 : PERON
48. Wyoming peak : TETON
49. D.D.E.'s 1942 command : ETO
50. PIN requesters : ATMS
51. Imminent alumni: Abbr. : SRS
52. Thunderbird enthusiast? : WINO
54. ___ particle (electrically neutral meson) : ETA
55. With 45-Down, about 29 1/2 days : LUNAR
57. Calvino who wrote "Mr. Palomar" : ITALO
59. Sped up, and how! : FLOOREDIT
61. Baltic land: Abbr. : LITH
62. Passed without effect : BLEWOVER
64. Rocket head : NOSE
65. How something might be washed : ASHORE
67. With 47-Down, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta : PRAIRIE
69. Angry with : SOREAT
73. Pro follower : RATA
75. "That Girl" girl : ANNMARIE
77. "Othello" provocateur : IAGO
78. Dulciana, for one : ORGANSTOP
82. "Gigi" star : CARON
83. With 70-Down, skilled lawyer : LEGAL
84. Conductance unit : MHO
85. Easter rabbits' needs? : DYES
86. ___ Plaines, Ill. : DES
87. Sucker : DUPE
89. Tell tales : LIE
90. Save for the future : SETBY
92. Nebraska natives : OTOES
94. Portray : REPRESENT
96. Leader of a musical "gang" : KOOL
97. Is snug : FITS
98. Relaxation site : DEN
99. Certain therapy, commonly : EST
100. Covers, as the earth : SODS
103. Epicurus and Democritus, philosophically : ATOMISTS
106. German exclamations : ACHS
110. With 91-Down, hypertension control option : CALCIUM
113. Old car similar to a Malibu : ALERO
114. With 95-Down, meteorological post : WEATHER
117. Record label of the Cars and the Doors : ELEKTRA
118. With 104-Down, utility gauge : WATER
119. Much Marcel Duchamp work : ANTIART
120. In a smooth manner : SLEEKLY
121. Bikini blast, briefly : ATEST
122. Ship out : GOTOSEA
123. Many perfumes : SPRAYS
124. "Darn it!" : NERTS
125. Craft : SLYNESS
1. Potter professor Severus ___ : SNAPE
2. Causeway fees : TOLLS
3. These, in Madrid : ESTAS
4. See 26-Across : ECONOMY
5. Fruitcake : LOON
6. Fish-loving bird : ERNE
7. Interprets : READS
8. Place for a cup holder : ARMREST
9. Grave robbers : GHOULS
10. See 24-Across : HOTEL
11. Coats with a protective oxide : ANODIZES
12. Less flustered : SERENER
13. Challenge for the wheelchair-bound : STEP
14. Chicago Bears coaching legend George : HALAS
15. Split : APART
16. See 28-Across : DENTURE
17. In round figures : ESTIMATED
18. Koran chapter : SURA
22. Close one : PAL
31. Boo-boo : MISSTEP
32. Stomach sound : GROWL
35. Gel made from seaweed : AGAR
36. "___ 'er there!" : PUT
39. Pizza topping : ONION
41. Reply in "The Little Red Hen" : NOTI
42. Annoying buzzer : GNAT
43. Woman's name meaning "beautiful" : BELLA
44. Pin holders : ETUIS
45. See 55-Across : MONTH
46. Jannings of "The Last Command" : EMIL
47. See 67-Across : PROVINCES
48. The Belvedere ___ (Vatican sculpture) : TORSO
51. "McSorley's Bar" artist : SLOAN
53. The loop it's best to be out of : NOOSE
56. Nogales "now" : AHORA
58. "That's ___!" : AWRAP
59. Monastery resident : FRIAR
60. Unnerving, perhaps : EERIE
62. ___ Bobbin of the Oz books : BETSY
63. "Aunt ___ Cope Book" : ERMAS
66. Lustful : RANDY
68. Tending to wash out : ERODENT
70. See 83-Across : EAGLE
71. "From the top!" : AGAIN
72. Landlord's sign : TOLET
74. Tasted, biblically : ATEOF
76. ___ to one's neck : INUP
78. Trans-Siberian Railroad stop : OMSK
79. -stat starter : RHEO
80. Nod off : GOTOSLEEP
81. Ancient Rome's port : OSTIA
83. "The jeans that built America" : LEES
86. Uninhabited : DESOLATE
88. Post- opposite : PRE
91. See 110-Across : BLOCKER
93. Paul Anka or Dan Aykroyd, by birth : OTTAWAN
94. They might have springs : RESORTS
95. See 114-Across : STATION
98. Most urgent : DIREST
101. Chicago Bears coaching legend Mike : DITKA
102. Crabbed : SURLY
104. See 118-Across : METER
105. Festoons : SWAGS
107. Action film staple : CHASE
108. Old "Tonight Show" starter : HERES
109. Some Madrileñas: Abbr. : SRTAS
110. These, in Oise : CES
111. Ending with over or cover : ALLS
112. Baseball great who's Bonds's godfather : MAYS
115. Organic compound : ENOL
116. Advocate: Abbr. : ATTY

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