LO AND BEHOLD!

New York Times, Sunday, December 2, 2012

Author: Steven E. Atwood
Editor: Will Shortz
Steven E. Atwood
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 75 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 4 for Mr. Atwood. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2012, The New York Times
Across Down
1. [It's gone!] : POOF
5. A pop group might have one on Facebook : FANCLUB
12. Pouch : SAC
15. 64 or 1,000 : CUBE
19. Head of a family : CAPO
20. Woodcutter of legend : ALIBABA
21. Rings : ENCLOSES
23. Consideration in choosing a deli? : THELOXFACTOR
25. Without rhyme or reason : ATRANDOM
26. Baby pig, e.g. : SUCKLER
27. Name part meaning "from" : VAN
28. Part of a butcher's stand-up routine? : LOINJOKE
29. Camouflage : HIDE
30. Sharpness : BITE
31. French wave : ONDE
32. Pallid : ASHEN
35. Laundry basket of just colors or just whites? : CLASSIFIEDLOAD
41. ___-Pei (dog breed) : SHAR
42. Reqmt. for certain graduate studies : LSAT
44. Get an ___ effort : AFOR
45. Actress Sommer : ELKE
46. Wise lawmaker most likely to be re-elected? : FAVORITESOLON
51. Miniature : DWARF
52. Protestant denom. : AME
53. Anthony Eden, Earl of ___ : AVON
54. Red-berried tree : YEW
55. French spouse : MARI
58. Rock's ___ Fighters : FOO
59. Seeks, as office : RUNSFOR
61. Artistic expression on the slopes? : SLALOMDANCING
64. Levels : STRATA
66. Thrust upward : HEAVED
67. Causing Election Day delays? : SLOWINGVOTERS
73. Car category : MIDSIZE
77. Skin growth : WEN
78. Negatives : NOES
79. Time ___ : INC
80. Mideast capital : SANA
81. Dallas player, for short : MAV
82. Jungle critter : ORANG
84. Chart indicating the progression of darkness after sunset? : GLOAMINGTABLE
87. Disturb : ROIL
88. Sched. listing : APPT
91. Eve preceders : AFTS
92. Boy: Lat. : PUER
93. Power in Hollywood? : DIRECTORSCLOUT
98. "Don't be ___" : APEST
99. Caught in ___ : ALIE
100. Thick skin : RIND
101. Prop for Mr. Monopoly or Mr. Peanut : CANE
103. Paintball weapons? : BLOBGUNS
107. Voluminous ref. : OED
108. Comes by : OBTAINS
112. Salsa specification : CALIENTE
113. When there might be a two-for-one special on ice cream drinks? : FLOATTUESDAY
116. Beat in a price war : UNDERCUT
117. Props for Mr. Monopoly and Mr. Peanut : TOPHATS
118. Make : EARN
119. Building support : PIER
120. Some printers : HPS
121. Curse : SWEARAT
122. Mil. awards : DSCS
1. Loan figs. : PCTS
2. Nuuanu Pali Lookout locale : OAHU
3. Grp. that has held summit meetings in Caracas and Riyadh : OPEC
4. Paul Bunyan, e.g. : FOLKHERO
5. Used a FedEx Office service : FAXED
6. Actress Woodard : ALFRE
7. Actress Vardalos : NIA
8. Source of northern exposure? : CBC
9. Belarus neighbor : LATVIA
10. Old minelayers : UBOATS
11. Critic Clive : BARNES
12. Quarantine : SEALOFF
13. Composer Salieri : ANTONIO
14. 1957 #1 R&B hit for Chuck Willis : CCRIDER
15. Or or nor: Abbr. : CONJ
16. "Let ___ good unto all men": Galatians 6:10 : USDO
17. Suffice : BEOK
18. Salinger girl : ESME
22. Like superhighways : LANED
24. Actress Lena : OLIN
30. Counter orders : BLTS
32. To the same extent : ASFAR
33. SeaWorld attraction : SHAMU
34. Offshore bank, e.g., for tax purposes : HAVEN
35. Normandy campaign city : CAEN
36. Writer Fleming : IAN
37. Writer Wallace : LEW
38. 11th-century king of Denmark : OLAFI
39. City on the Little Cuyahoga : AKRON
40. Clear, in a way : DEFOG
42. Italian port on the Tyrrhenian Sea : LIVORNO
43. Attic's purpose : STORAGE
47. Sport involving paddles : RAFTING
48. Olive ___ : OYL
49. Grazing area : LEA
50. "Wise" one : OWL
51. Patronized, as a restaurant : DINEDAT
55. Fr. title : MME
56. Unyielding : ADAMANT
57. Lunatics' outbursts : RAVINGS
60. Denver-to-Albuquerque dir. : SSW
61. ___ Paulo : SAO
62. Quaker cereal : OHS
63. Contents of jewel cases : CDS
65. Ones going through channels? : TVS
67. Fencing unit? : SWORD
68. "Vive ___!" : LEROI
69. Kind of personality : ONAIR
70. Up to, briefly : TIL
71. Brian of ambient music : ENO
72. Big maker of 65-Down : RCA
74. Permeate : IMBUE
75. Jewelry chain : ZALES
76. Turn inside out : EVERT
80. Separate out : SIFT
83. Braves' div. : NLE
84. High-performance cars : GTS
85. Bond girl Adams : MAUD
86. Given enough to be happy : APPEASED
88. Out around midday, say : ATLUNCH
89. Emphasize : POINTUP
90. Some car radio buttons : PRESETS
94. B-baller : CAGER
95. Small rented farms, in Britain : CROFTS
96. Keep out of sight : LIELOW
97. High, in a way : ONDOPE
98. Pay for a hand : ANTE
101. Terra ___ : COTTA
102. "Aristotle Contemplating ___ of Homer" : ABUST
103. Certain bra specification : BCUP
104. Legal scholar Guinier : LANI
105. Quaintly antique : OLDE
106. German quaff : BIER
109. Actress Lupino and others : IDAS
110. Undercover agent : NARC
111. Bits and pieces, e.g.: Abbr. : SYNS
114. "That's it!" : AHA
115. Roofing material : TAR

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