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New York Times, Sunday, November 18, 2007

Author: Patrick Berry
Editor: Will Shortz
Patrick Berry
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 76 Missing: {JQX} This is puzzle # 104 for Mr. Berry. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2007, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Immature : BABYISH
8. "___ at Large," 2003 Fox sitcom : WANDA
13. El ___ (Peruvian volcano) : MISTI
18. Like Kashmir rugs : ORIENTAL
20. For all to hear : ALOUD
21. One-dimensional : LINEAR
22. Nebraska town, named after an Indian tribe, featured in "Lonesome Dove" : OGALLALA
23. Run away from chewing-tobacco users? : FLEESPITTERS
25. Alexander the Great's ambition? : TOSLAYTHEEAST
27. Leading the field : ONTOP
28. ___ admin (computer techie, for short) : SYS
29. Revolution-era loyalist : TORY
30. Black and tan ingredient : ALE
31. Mental acuity : WITS
34. Glinting flecks in granite : MICA
37. Problem for a sweaty-handed Tarzan? : VINYSLIDING
41. Trawler's trailer : NET
42. Much of Anaïs Nin's work : EROTICA
45. Quite often : ALOT
46. One of the five stages of grief : ANGER
48. Leaves in hot water : TEA
49. ___ de guerre : NOM
50. Oil company in a 1999 merger : MOBIL
53. Technique involving thickly applied paint : IMPASTO
55. Crumb carrier : ANT
56. One who's crazy for a sharp-dressed man? : FOPLOVER
58. Moved two chessmen in one turn : CASTLED
59. Early collaborator with Eastwood : LEONE
61. Islamic chieftain : EMIR
62. Drug ___ : CZAR
64. Bring on board : HIRE
65. Stole, perhaps : FUR
66. Shakespearean prince who's handsome and muscular? : STUDLYHAL
68. Membranous structure : SAC
69. Sportswear brand : PUMA
71. Weekly service : MASS
72. Creditor's collection : IOUS
73. Some hieroglyphic characters : ANKHS
76. At great length : ONANDON
78. Fish-worshiping groups? : CODCULTS
81. Insect egg : NIT
82. Novelist Jamaica ___ : KINCAID
83. You might hear it going up and down : MUZAK
84. Backup singer's syllable : OOH
85. Tridactyl bird : EMU
86. Scotland's Summer ___ : ISLES
87. Market pessimist : BEAR
89. Beguiles : LEADSON
91. Powell's "The Thin Man" co-star : LOY
92. What a magician might do with a big saw? : HALVETHEGAL
98. Theories : ISMS
99. 1978 disco hit : YMCA
101. Say what isn't so : LIE
102. "Good gracious!" : EGAD
103. Bass part : FIN
105. Mr. Bean : ORSON
107. How to avoid getting tipsy on hard liquor? : PACEYOURBELTS
113. Designed jeans? : PLOTTEDPANTS
116. Barograph reading : PRESSURE
117. DVD box set, possibly : SERIES
118. "Ready ___ ..." : ORNOT
119. Flat remover : TIREIRON
120. Boxed-off map section : INSET
121. Ladies and gentlemen of the jury : PEERS
122. Producer of the Keystone Cops films : SENNETT
1. Part of firefighter attire : BOOT
2. Ship launched from Iolcus : ARGO
3. Favoritism : BIAS
4. Dresses down : YELLSAT
5. Tabletop decoration : INLAY
6. Good news for some prisoners : STAYS
7. Parade-ground command : HALT
8. Thin and crisp : WAFERY
9. Soothes : ALLAYS
10. They're not positive : NOES
11. Performance that takes a second : DUET
12. Some web site banners : ADS
13. Paw : MITT
14. Following behind : INTOW
15. Oil spill? : SEEPINGSLICKNESS
16. Sealant : TAR
17. Schedule-keeping org. : IRS
19. Christine of "Chicago Hope" : LAHTI
21. Eton collar material : LINEN
24. "Man is by nature a ___ animal": Aristotle : POLITICAL
26. Long, long time : EON
30. Excitement : ADO
32. Show signs of falling : TEETER
33. Took a big step : STRODE
34. Bad stuff to microwave : METAL
35. One of the Forsytes in "The Forsyte Saga" : IRENE
36. Macho beer-drinker's outerwear? : COATOFMANLYCOORS
37. Seductress : VAMP
38. Place to hole up : LAIR
39. Not feeling 100 percent : ILL
40. Breaks : GAPS
43. Gather : INFER
44. Sweet talk : COO
47. Lane on Broadway : NATHAN
50. Greek god of ridicule : MOMUS
51. Contemporary of Virgil : OVID
52. See 94-Down : BERLIOZ
54. Do damage to : MAR
57. "___ Dance" (David Bowie album) : LETS
60. Perceptive person's detection : NUANCE
62. Throw out : CHUCK
63. Pitts of silent film : ZASU
66. Unable to see much : SANDBLIND
67. Little green man : YODA
68. Figure skater Cohen : SASHA
69. At a slow pace : POKILY
70. Popular sleep aid : UNISOM
71. "Excusez-___!" : MOI
74. Words mouthed to a camera : HIMOM
75. Leaves gasping : STUNS
77. Telegraphy signal : DASH
78. Short-spoken : CURT
79. Take up the entire sofa : LOLL
80. Nail holder : TOE
83. Ginnie ___ : MAE
88. Iconic Anne Baxter role : EVE
90. Gets one's food on a tray, say : DINESIN
93. Fleshy-leaved shrubs : ALOES
94. With 52-Down, "Symphonie Fantastique" composer : HECTOR
95. Discharges : EGESTS
96. Party to many a civil union : GAY
97. Begin using : ADOPT
100. Bandleader Shaw : ARTIE
103. French business partner, maybe : FRERE
104. "Peer Gynt" playwright : IBSEN
106. What a line of dots may signify : STET
107. Peel : PARE
108. Charles Lindbergh's wife : ANNE
109. Author of "Trinity" : URIS
110. Draw in : LURE
111. Brisk step : TROT
112. Posted : SENT
113. ESP, remote viewing, and such : PSI
114. Hall-of-Famer Dawson : LEN
115. Music genre : POP

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