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New York Times, Sunday, May 12, 2013

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 134, Blocks: 82 Missing: {JZ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 154 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2013, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Certain laureate : POET
5. ___ Fine, "The Nanny" nanny : FRAN
9. Planet, to a 1-Across : ORB
12. Get a little richer in Monopoly : PASSGO
18. Slave whom Amneris was jealous of : AIDA
19. Hindu epic hero : RAMA
20. "Zero Dark Thirty" org. : CIA
21. Kind of garage : ONECAR
22. Some mixers : CLUBSODAS
24. One way to measure a student's progress : LETTERGRADE
26. Possible cause of turbulent weather : LANINA
27. Swearing : OATHS
28. As an end result : ERGO
29. With 44-, 63-, 77- and 93-Across, a long-winded piece of advice : POTENTIALCONSEQUENCES
35. Lei Day hellos : ALOHAS
36. Validates : OKS
37. "Very nice!" : SWEET
38. Standard home page feature : LOGO
39. Journalist Marvin or Bernard : KALB
41. Louisiana area : DELTA
44. See 29-Across : OFAPLANORDECISIONONE
52. "That's the way things are" : SOBEIT
53. Shoes without heels : FLATS
54. Remain unresolved : PEND
56. Ninny : ASS
59. Fitting conclusion? : GEE
60. Blackmore title girl : DOONE
61. Quick : SPEEDY
63. See 29-Across : CANNOTREVERSESHOULDBE
68. Flows out : DRAINS
69. Fleming of opera : RENEE
70. Home of the U.K. : EUR
71. Cartoonist Hoff : SYD
72. Supermarket aid : CART
73. Full of animal fat : SUETY
74. Pair on ice : SKATES
77. See 29-Across : HEEDEDPRIORTOTHETIME
84. Doesn't stay : EXITS
85. 180s : UEYS
86. Subject of the 2002 book "The Perfect Store" : EBAY
87. Doing perfectly : ACING
90. Stout ___ : ALE
91. Fla. vacation spot : STPETE
93. See 29-Across : ANACTIONISEFFECTUATED
100. Something to strike : POSE
101. Oration locations : PODIA
102. Wake-up calls : ALARMS
103. Charlie Chaplin persona, with "the" : LITTLETRAMP
106. Acquires unexpectedly : COMESINTO
110. Except when : UNLESS
111. Notwithstanding that, briefly : THO
112. Three-sided weapon : EPEE
113. One with designs on women : DIOR
114. Places : STEADS
115. ___ lane : HOV
116. Pitching muscle, for short : DELT
117. Big show : EXPO
1. Campaign-funding grp. : PAC
2. Garage supply : OIL
3. School address ending : EDU
4. Works the room, maybe : TABLEHOPS
5. Facades : FRONTS
6. Arm bones : RADII
7. Dryer brand : AMANA
8. ___ passage : NASAL
9. A lot : OCEANS
10. Fashion photographer Herb : RITTS
11. Suffuse : BATHE
12. ___ ejemplo : POR
13. "Life of Pi" director Lee : ANG
14. Not flustered : SERENE
15. Like embargoed goods : SCARCE
16. Thingamajig : GADGET
17. Lunchbox treats : OREOS
23. Where Yemen Airways is based : SANA
24. This puzzle's long-winded advice, simply put : LOOKBEFOREYOULEAP
25. Case worker's title?: Abbr. : ESQ
29. ___ Alto : PALO
30. Former Swedish P.M. Palme : OLOF
31. Senate cover-up : TOGA
32. Having no active leads : COLD
33. "From all of ___ all of you ..." : USTO
34. Actor McGregor : EWAN
39. Carp in a pond : KOI
40. Auction category : ART
41. Steak ___ : DIANE
42. Kefauver of old politics : ESTES
43. Sue Grafton's "___ for Lawless" : LIS
45. Start to go surfing? : LOGON
46. Helps in a bad way : ABETS
47. Opposite of alway : NEER
48. Intimate : CLOSE
49. Automaker since 1899 : OPEL
50. Cravings : NEEDS
51. Not go beyond : ENDBY
55. Unnatural? : DYED
56. Power option : ACDC
57. Biblical matriarch who lived to 127 : SARAH
58. Bag : SNARE
60. Tooth: Prefix : DENTI
61. One side in a 19th-century war, with "the" : SOUTH
62. Blender setting : PUREE
64. Evening, in ads : NITE
65. Go ballistic : ERUPT
66. Turns suddenly : VEERS
67. Pressure, informally : HEAT
73. Reagan antimissile program, for short : SDI
74. Mucky place : STY
75. Ring results : KOS
76. Let someone else take over : STEPASIDE
78. Impression : DENT
79. Nov. 11 honoree : EXGI
80. Snorkeling site : REEF
81. "Yeah, yeah" : IBET
82. Canberra chum : MATE
83. Viewed : EYED
87. Formally name : ANOINT
88. Corner piece : CASTLE
89. Cooler in hot weather : ICETEA
90. "Nemesis" novelist : ASIMOV
91. Place to play stickball : STREET
92. Rolaids rival : TUMS
93. Mark of distinction : APLUS
94. Elect : OPT
95. 61-Down's opponent, with "the" : NORTH
96. The Snake River snakes through it : IDAHO
97. Didn't turn away from : FACED
98. Fly away, in a way : ELOPE
99. "A horse designed by a committee" : CAMEL
104. Cause of a trip : LSD
105. Host follower? : ESS
107. Turn down : NIX
108. Surpass : TOP
109. Guanajuato gold : ORO

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