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New York Times, Sunday, June 26, 2011

Author: David Levinson Wilk
Editor: Will Shortz
David Levinson Wilk
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 138, Blocks: 64 Missing: {Q} This is puzzle # 18 for Mr. Wilk. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2011, The New York Times
Across Down
1. 1988 Grammy winner for "Crying" : KDLANG
7. Tweak : ADJUST
13. Bosses : TOPDOGS
20. Cry from a balcony : OROMEO
21. ___ pork : MOOSHU
22. Many a Nevada resident : SIERRAN
23. Dance seen in a Lincoln Center performance of "Don Giovanni"? : NEWYORKMINUET
25. Penn State campus site : ALTOONA
26. Also-___ (losers) : RANS
27. Prefix with caching : GEO
28. Baja's opposite : ALTA
30. Author : PENNER
31. "Hang on ___!" : AMO
32. Locale for a cattail : FEN
33. "None of the leading sales people came in today"? : ALLBESTAREOFF
36. Grandparents, typically : DOTERS
38. With a wink, say : SLILY
39. Berkeley campus nickname : CAL
40. Celebration after a 1964 heavyweight championship? : FETEOFCLAY
42. "You don't need to remind me" : IREMEMBER
48. Not so big : RUNTIER
49. Tampa paper, briefly, with "the" : TRIB
50. Blackmore heroine : LORNA
51. Washed (down) : HOSED
54. Female co-star in "Love Crazy," 1941 : LOY
55. Stirrup? : COWBOYBOOST
57. Tolkien creatures : ENTS
58. 41-Down was named after one: Abbr. : GEN
59. Scarlett O'Hara's real first name : KATIE
60. Voiced : SONANT
61. Summer sign : LEO
62. Little dipper? : TOE
63. Claimed : TAKEN
64. Chop : HEW
65. The Mavericks, on scoreboards : DAL
66. Up for grabs, as convention delegates : INPLAY
68. Shriners' headwear: Var. : FEZES
69. Gob : TAR
70. Ending with soft or spy : WARE
71. Decide to sleep in the nude? : CASTPAJAMAS
73. Drink with one's pinkie up, say : SIP
74. Some cats blow on them : SAXES
75. Sodium ___ : AMIDE
76. "Around the Horn" cable channel : ESPN
77. Summer treats : ICEPOPS
79. 1983 #1 hit with the lyric "Put on your red shoes" : LETSDANCE
81. What whitewashers apply? : IVORYCOATS
84. ___ Friday's : TGI
85. Interlocks : KNITS
86. ___ acid : CITRIC
88. Response to the query "Does Ms. Garbo fist-bump?"? : NOGRETASHAKES
94. Summer mo. : JUL
95. "Rock 'n' Roll Is King" band, 1983 : ELO
96. Make it : ARRIVE
97. Actress Polo : TERI
98. See 33-Down : OOP
99. Polynesian potable : KAVA
100. They're often said to be fair : MAIDENS
102. Love before war? : PREMARTIALSEX
106. Looms : IMPENDS
107. Shocking, in a way : TASING
108. Leonard of literature : ELMORE
109. Sting, e.g. : BASSIST
110. Team that once played at Enron Field : ASTROS
111. Bob Evans rival : DENNYS
1. Former German chancellor Adenauer : KONRAD
2. Imagine : DREAMOF
3. One hit by a tuba : LOWNOTE
4. Singer Grant and others : AMYS
5. Prefix with -lithic : NEO
6. Stuffs oneself with : GORGESON
7. Shot, e.g. : AMMO
8. Question that may be answered "And how!" : DOI
9. Garfield's owner : JON
10. For the most part : USUALLY
11. Country star ___ Lynne : SHELBY
12. "Così fan ___" : TUTTE
13. Agcy. with a list of prohibited items : TSA
14. Tree whose two-word name, when switched around, identifies its product : OILPALM
15. A Fonda : PETER
16. Plane over Yemen, maybe : DRONE
17. College town just off Interstate 95 : ORONO
18. Thief, in Yiddish : GANEF
19. Wolf (down) : SNARF
24. When doubled, a number puzzle : KEN
29. Credit : ASCRIBE
32. "Totem and Taboo" writer : FREUD
33. With 98-Across, showy play : ALLEY
34. Story teller : LIAR
35. Judo-like exercises : TAEBO
37. French beings : ETRES
38. Offspring : SCION
41. Town on the Hudson R. : FTLEE
42. Filmmaker Allen : IRWIN
43. Pipe shape : ELBOW
44. Apollo target : MOON
45. Bygone hand weapon : BROADAX
46. Catch : ENSNARE
47. Crib items : RATTLES
49. Lugs : TOTES
51. Like a corkscrew : HELICAL
52. What Cher Bono, e.g., goes by : ONENAME
53. Ceases : STOPSIT
55. Soap units : CAKES
56. River to the North Sea : YSER
58. Artist Francisco : GOYA
59. Director of the major film debuts of James Dean and Warren Beatty : KAZAN
62. Not live : TAPED
63. Home to Sun Devil Stadium : TEMPE
64. Tickled : HAPPY
67. Old Fords : LTDS
68. Like Mussolini : FASCIST
69. Ranks : TIERS
70. Didn't miss : WASAT
72. Game whose name is derived from Swahili : JENGA
73. Sean Connery and others : SCOTS
74. Turn brown, maybe : SPOIL
77. Jazz singer Anderson : IVIE
78. Busy : OCCUPIED
80. Doesn't miss : ATTENDS
81. Most murky : INKIEST
82. It's worst when it's high : TREASON
83. High and softly resonant : SILVERY
85. Alex of "Webster" : KARRAS
87. Sweet-talks : COAXES
88. Southwest Africa's ___ Desert : NAMIB
89. Commercial name suffix : ORAMA
90. Handles : GRIPS
91. Lifts : RIDES
92. "___ could have told you that!" : EVENI
93. Seven: Prefix : HEPTA
94. Speck : JOT
98. Assns. : ORGS
99. Alphabet string : KLMN
101. Retired flier : SST
103. It landed in the Pacific Ocean on 3/23/01 : MIR
104. Yucatán year : ANO
105. Drink with a head : ALE

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