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New York Times, Sunday, July 17, 2005

Author: David J. Kahn
Editor: Will Shortz
David J. Kahn
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 77 Missing: {Q} Spans: 2 This is puzzle # 113 for Mr. Kahn. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1.     Club charges for nonmembers : GUESTFEES
10.     One-named singer : SADE
14.     Straight man of comedy : ABBOTT
20.     P.O. address of 75-Down : ANAHEIMCA
21.     Lit ___ (college course) : CRIT
22.     Athlete in a crease : GOALIE
23.     2003 action movie … or a 75-Down attraction : PIRATESOFTHECARIBBEAN
26.     Party person : POL
27.     Where to find a story online : EBOOK
28.     Not ___ many words : INSO
29.     Sensitive : TENDER
32.     Some people who send I.M.'s : AOLERS
34.     Rich soils : LOAMS
38.     Reformer born in Denmark : RIIS
40.     Trap : WEB
42.     Armstrong on wheels : LANCE
43.     Join, with "in" : ENROL
44.     Part of S.A.S.E.: Abbr. : ENV
45.     Pull off : EXECUTE
48.     Filled up : SATED
50.     Yours, in Italy : TUO
51.     Properly lined up : INORDER
53.     Certain dweller on the Danube : SERB
55.     Statute: Abbr. : ORD
56.     Beach sight in W.W. II: Abbr. : LST
57.     Ratio marks : COLONS
58.     Presumptions : IFS
59.     Bring up, as a grievance : AIR
62.     "Aladdin" role : GENIE
64.     Musical with the song "Rainbow Tour" : EVITA
65.     Kind of party : FRAT
66.     One of the baseball Boones : BRET
68.     Have value : RANK
69.     Dreamcast game maker : SEGA
70.     Mata ___ (spy) : HARI
71.     "You betcha" : YEAH
72.     Bias : SKEW
74.     Aromatic herb used by the ancients : NARD
76.     To ___ (perfectly) : ATEE
77.     Movie shot : FADE
78.     Mediterranean cruise stop : MALTA
79.     Mealtime plea to junior : TRYIT
81.     Part of Lombard Street in San Francisco : ESS
82.     Gray matter? : ODE
83.     Astronaut Collins : EILEEN
84.     Nod, maybe : BID
85.     ___ Locks : SOO
87.     2004 sword-and-sandals flick : TROY
89.     Took by force : WRESTED
90.     Eggs in water? : ROE
91.     Observant one : NOTER
94.     Torch carriers? : ADORERS
96.     Sung syllable : TRA
97.     Avril is part of it : ANNEE
99.     Famous fountain : TREVI
101.     Old Mideast grp. : UAR
102.     ___ hall : MESS
103.     Bacon piece : ESSAY
104.     Offering relief : AIDING
106.     Eponymous doctor who studied hypnosis : MESMER
109.     Diner side : SLAW
111.     Movie chameleon of 1983 : ZELIG
113.     "Cultured insolence," according to Aristotle : WIT
114.     Any story in a certain movie serial … or a 75-Down attraction : INDIANAJONESADVENTURE
123.     Scout's interest : TALENT
124.     Auberges : INNS
125.     Original price of admission to 75-Down : ONEDOLLAR
126.     Overeater's plateful, sometimes : THIRDS
127.     "I'll ___ brief as possible" : BEAS
128.     Age category of most college entrants : LATETEENS
1.     Break : GAP
2.     Valve opening? : UNI
3.     Word with candy or drops : EAR
4.     Works, as wet clay : SHAPES
5.     ___ Range, in the West : TETON
6.     Specialty : FIELD
7.     Miami duo? : EMS
8.     "Baudolino" author : ECO
9.     Call with outstretched arms : SAFE
10.     High ___ : SCHOOLER
11.     Ring of color : AREOLA
12.     Sydney Carton's creator : DICKENS
13.     Traveler's request: Abbr. : ETA
14.     Averse to, in dialect : AGIN
15.     Matterhorn rider at 75-Down : BOBSLEDDER
16.     Dogfaced primate : BABOON
17.     Flamenco dancer's shout : OLE
18.     Actress Carrere : TIA
19.     Wallet item : TEN
24.     Not yet scheduled, in schedules : TBA
25.     Meet : RISETO
29.     Amusement park that was a model for 75-Down : TIVOLIGARDENS
30.     It doesn't rain but it pours : EWER
31.     ___ room : REC
33.     DVD player maker : RCA
35.     TV personality who co-hosted the opening of 75-Down : ARTLINKLETTER
36.     Group that made their first TV appearance at the opening of 75-Down : MOUSEKETEERS
37.     Turnstile feature : SLOT
38.     Works more to get the swelling down : REICES
39.     Technology-based 75-Down attraction : INNOVENTIONS
41.     Pay for some rides : BUSFARES
45.     Dame from Down Under : EDNA
46.     Deletes, with "out" : XES
47.     Most irritable : TESTIEST
49.     Work unit : ERG
52.     Traffic circle : ROTARY
54.     It may be dribbled : BABYFOOD
58.     Steamed : IRATE
60.     "Roger" : IREADYOU
61.     English novelist Charles : READE
63.     Some speech sounds : NASALS
65.     Large mtge. insurer : FHA
67.     After-dinner serving in France : THE
73.     Funny Sykes and others : WANDAS
75.     Notable opening of 7/17/55 : DISNEYLAND
78.     Architect ___ van der Rohe : MIES
80.     Extremely : TOO
83.     Drop a brick : ERR
84.     Aberdeen hillside : BRAE
86.     Capital city on a river of the same name : OTTAWA
88.     Dry : RAINLESS
89.     Used to be : WERE
92.     Verdi's "___ tu" : ERI
93.     Gridiron area near the goal line : REDZONE
95.     Farm-made butter : RAM
98.     Not as strenuous : EASIER
100.     Schönbrunn Palace site : VIENNA
102.     Pluck : METTLE
105.     Army members, for short : GIS
107.     King Carl XVI Gustaf, e.g. : SWEDE
108.     North Dakota city with an air force base : MINOT
110.     Army members : ANTS
112.     Cooler overseas : GAOL
114.     Old telecom inits. : ITT
115.     "Fuhgedaboutit!" : NAH
116.     Sixth-century year : DLI
117.     Triangular sail : JIB
118.     Lab exam subject : DNA
119.     Lab examiner : VET
120.     Suffix with glob : ULE
121.     Took off : RAN
122.     Where IV's may be administered : ERS

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