POUNDING THE PAVEMENT

New York Times, Sunday, November 6, 2005

Author: Elizabeth C. Gorski
Editor: Will Shortz
Elizabeth C. Gorski
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 76 Missing: {Z} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 140 for Ms. Gorski. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Scientific research center : BIOLAB
7. Belittling sort : SNOB
11. Bills, e.g. : CASH
15. Two of fifty : EFS
18. Brush aside : IGNORE
19. Feeling : AURA
20. Italian province or its capital : ASTI
21. Sharp-penned Maureen : DOWD
23. Strong-arm : COERCE
24. "___ Apart," 2003 Vin Diesel flick : AMAN
25. Low in fat : LEAN
26. Person seen in court : SUER
27. Free service started in 1905 : THESTATENISLANDFERRY
31. Nobel Prize subj. : ECON
32. AT&T acquisition of 1991 : NCR
33. Travel between the poles? : SKI
34. Irving Berlin's "___ a Piano" : ILOVE
35. Calendar abbr. : THU
36. Popular 1970's-80's vocal-harmony quartet : MANHATTANTRANSFER
42. 1930's-50's actor J. ___ Naish : CARROL
44. Nastase of tennis : ILIE
45. Cross : ONUS
46. Is beholden to : OWES
48. Reacts to, as a joke : GRINSAT
51. More than exasperation : IRE
54. 1993 Robert De Niro film : ABRONXTALE
59. Military joes : GIS
60. The Supreme Court, e.g. : ENNEAD
63. Snorkler's interest : REEF
64. First prize at the 1992 Olympics : ORO
65. One who's an -ologist, maybe : DOC
66. Major industry of Madeira : TURISMO
67. What thousands do on the first Sunday of every November : RUNTHENEWYORKMARATHON
72. Best way to drive : ALERTLY
73. Do some carbo-loading, e.g. : EAT
74. Printer problem : JAM
75. Bird call : SONG
76. Best, as advice : SAGEST
77. Furtive : SLY
78. Teens with tiaras : PROMQUEENS
81. Laugh sound : HEE
82. "C'est magnifique!" : OOHLALA
85. "___ cost you!" : ITLL
86. Ingredient in Cookies 'n Cream ice cream : OREO
87. Bowed, in music : ARCO
90. Fixes up, as a ship : REFITS
94. What people follow when they 67-Across : FIVEBOROUGHCOURSE
101. Turndowns : NOS
102. Month in Madrid : ENERO
103. Nancy Drew's guy : NED
104. Advanced degree : NTH
105. Bern's river : AARE
106. Classic best seller by Betty Smith : ATREEGROWSINBROOKLYN
113. Bullwinkle, for one : TOON
114. 1890's veep ___ P. Morton : LEVI
115. "David Copperfield" wife : DORA
116. Sight from Turkey : AEGEAN
118. ___-Soviet relations : SINO
119. Goons : APES
120. Opposin' : AGIN
121. Works with the hands : KNEADS
122. Shooting marble : TAW
123. Ready to come out of the 109-Down : DONE
124. Boxer's punch : HOOK
125. Regret : SORROW
1. Lighter handle? : BIC
2. Prankster's cry : IGOTCHA
3. TV drama length : ONEHOUR
4. "Two Women" Oscar winner : LOREN
5. Musical ties, essentially : ARCS
6. ___ greens : BEET
7. Big name in ad agencies : SAATCHI
8. I, for one : NUMERAL
9. North African port : ORAN
10. It can be found step by step : BANISTER
11. Talk radio feature : CALLIN
12. Between ports : ASEA
13. "South Park" boy : STAN
14. Female deer : HIND
15. Collectible Fords : EDSELS
16. :56, timewise : FOUROF
17. Try to avoid hitting : SWERVE
22. Place for a tumbler : DRYER
28. Politico Richards : ANN
29. Calypso kin : SKA
30. Fivers : FINS
31. Mail Boxes ___ : ETC
36. Cut : MOWN
37. 1959 Wimbledon winner ___ Olmedo : ALEX
38. Buster Brown's dog : TIGE
39. Turn's partner : TOSS
40. Translation material : RNA
41. Not your ordinary film director : AUTEUR
43. Beam at the very top of a house : ROOFTREE
47. Expressionless : STONY
49. Operatic prince : IGOR
50. Cable channel for kids : NICKJR
51. Apart from others : INITSELF
52. Work on more, as a farrier might : RESHOE
53. Irish runner Coghlan : EAMONN
54. Ornate wall hanging : ARRAS
55. 1950's sitcom starring Ethel Waters : BEULAH
56. Go back : RENEGE
57. Don't just seem : ARE
58. Merrimack River city : LOWELL
61. New Deal agcy. : NRA
62. Cathedral bell sounds : DONGS
65. When said three times, finale suggesting uncertainty : DOT
66. Singer Terrell : TAMMI
68. Shaker ___, O. : HTS
69. Combatant in una arena : ELTORO
70. "Divine Secrets of the ___ Sisterhood" : YAYA
71. He wrote "Political power grows out of the barrel of a gun" : MAO
77. "Git!" : SHOO
78. Green piece of Paris : PARC
79. Bowl parts: Abbr. : QTRS
80. 1997 Peter Fonda role : ULEE
83. Anthem contraction : OER
84. Fancy-schmancy : LAHDIDAH
86. Wind up on stage? : OBOE
88. With vigor : CONBRIO
89. Surpass : OUTRANK
91. 12 months from now : INAYEAR
92. Siren's cause : TORNADO
93. Storm course: Abbr. : SSE
94. Exploits : FEATS
95. Rapt : INTOIT
96. "Romeo and Juliet" setting : VERONA
97. Heretofore : ERENOW
98. Stupid : UNWISE
99. Some TV sets : GES
100. P : RHO
105. "Risen From the Ranks" writer : ALGER
107. Garden bloom, informally : GLAD
108. Defaulter's loss : REPO
109. See 123-Across : OVEN
110. Forbidden : NOGO
111. Sturdy ones : OAKS
112. Gambling game : KENO
117. Australian state: Abbr. : NSW

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