"A" TRIP AROUND THE WORLD

New York Times, Sunday, July 15, 2012

Author: Randolph Ross
Editor: Will Shortz
Randolph Ross
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 128, Blocks: 74 Missing: {JQX} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 99 for Mr. Ross. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2012, The New York Times
Across Down
1. European spa site : BADEN
6. Non-fiction : FACT
10. Clam (up) : SHUT
14. French pronoun : LUI
17. Historic mission, with "the" : ALAMO
18. Borg rival : ASHE
19. Words before may and might : WISHI
21. They're often seen in banks : OARS
22. Four stops on "A" trip around the world : AFRICASIARGENTINARUBA
26. Three more stops : ATLANTALMAATANDORRA
27. "___ be an honor" : ITD
28. Flashes quickly : GLINTS
29. Soft : LENIENT
31. Three Stooges specialty : IDIOCY
34. John who is half of a popular singing duo : OATES
35. McIntosh alternatives : WINESAPS
36. Bert, to Ernie : PAL
37. Lang. from which 8- and 24-Down come : HEB
39. Mag mogul with a mansion : HEF
40. Moneymaking concern : MINT
41. Bikini part : TOP
42. Like many an out-of-towner in Times Square : AGOG
44. Sci-fi drug : TEK
46. Window-shopping purchase? : PANE
47. Manual contents : STEPS
49. ___ Observatory : NAVAL
51. It comes and goes : FAD
53. Wander : GAD
54. Long-running PBS documentary film series : POV
55. Three more stops : AMERICARIZONALBANIA
61. Three more stops : ALGERIALABAMARCADIA
63. Three more stops : ALBERTALAMEDASTORIA
65. "That's yucky!" : EEW
66. Former senator Stevens : TED
67. Speaks, informally : SEZ
68. 11-time N.B.A. All-Star Iverson : ALLEN
69. Bake, as an egg : SHIRR
72. Works on : DOES
74. Tostitos bowl? : DIP
76. Channel choker : SILT
77. Solo in the movies : HAN
78. Hacks : HEWS
79. S.A. tin exporter : BOL
82. Sealing wax ingredient : LAC
84. Woman in Progressive Insurance commercials : FLO
85. "You're on!" : ITSADATE
88. Punjabi princesses : RANIS
90. Camel group? : CARTON
92. Like a heckling crowd : ABUSIVE
93. Sight from Mount Olympus : AEGEAN
94. Field fare, for short : MRE
95. Three more stops : ALTOONARMENIARALSEA
100. Three more stops : ANTARCTICALASKANTIGUA
102. River through Wroclaw : ODER
103. Wrapped (up) : SEWED
104. Bubbly choice : MOET
105. O-O-O : OZONE
106. Acid : LSD
107. Grammy winner born in Nigeria : SADE
108. Extrema, e.g. : ENDS
109. Takeoff points for many test flights : NESTS
1. Meadow sound : BAA
2. Introduction for Romeo? : ALFA
3. Flit : DART
4. Designer Pucci : EMILIO
5. Ruling against a receiver : NOCATCH
6. Eschew one's food? : FAST
7. Cheese choice : ASIAGO
8. Braided bread : CHALLAH
9. Home wrecker? : TERMITE
10. Gym wear : SWEATS
11. Traces : HINTS
12. Singles grp.? : USTA
13. Love/hate separator, they say : THINLINE
14. Honoree in the arts : LAUREATE
15. Some city sounds : URBANPOP
16. "Patience ___ virtue" : ISA
20. Tab : INDENT
21. Root in perfumery : ORRIS
23. "But despite it all ..." : ANDYET
24. Thief, slangily : GANEF
25. Highly rated : AONE
30. Six make a fl. oz. : TSPS
31. Classic toothpaste brand : IPANA
32. Early European visitor of India : DAGAMA
33. Satirical Randy Newman song : ILOVELA
35. Gain, as consent : WIN
38. "Don't play favorites" : BEFAIR
40. French ladies : MADAMES
43. One clearing one's throat? : GARGLER
45. Piece of gold? : KARAT
46. Name formerly on New York's MetLife Building : PANAM
47. Handel bars? : SONATA
48. The Fonz and Hannah Montana : TVIDOLS
50. "Ach du ___!" : LIEBER
52. Widens : DILATES
53. Spoil : GOBAD
54. Campaign coffer fillers : PACS
56. Staff : CREW
57. Kay Jewelers competitor : ZALES
58. Stored on board : LADED
59. Kind of nut : BRAZIL
60. European event of 1948 : AIRLIFT
62. Danny of "Do the Right Thing" : AIELLO
64. Olympian Apolo ___ Ohno : ANTON
69. Branch of Islam : SHIA
70. Fedora features : HATBANDS
71. Put down : INSULTED
72. Warming periods : DETENTES
73. "I ___ you one" : OWE
75. Maze navigator : PACMAN
78. Ruinations : HAVOCS
79. Score of zippo : BAGEL
80. What Madonna and Cher are each known by : ONENAME
81. Go-between : LIAISON
83. 11-time M.L.B. All-Star Fisk : CARLTON
86. "___ Is Born" : ASTAR
87. Christian in France : DIOR
88. Done over : REMADE
89. Twisted and turned : SNAKED
91. Blow up, maybe : RESIZE
93. Like pop-ups : ARCED
96. Electronics company bought by Sony : AIWA
97. "Darn!" : RATS
98. Hollywood clashers : EGOS
99. P. G. Wodehouse's ___ Agatha : AUNT
100. E-mail inits. : AOL
101. Loser to D.D.E. : AES

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