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New York Times, Sunday, July 25, 2004

Author: Brendan Emmett Quigley
Editor: Will Shortz
Brendan Emmett Quigley
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 75 Missing: none – this is a pangram Scrabble average: 1.71 This is puzzle # 82 for Mr. Quigley. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2004, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Common Web site sect. : FAQ
4. Revolt : APPALL
10. Do some copy work : EDIT
14. "Phooey!" : CRUD
18. 20-Across forerunner : ECU
19. Vast : OCEANIC
20. See 18-Across : EURO
21. Like a blue rose : RARE
22. "Is ___?" : ITI
23. Description of an 18th-century writing desk? : WHERETHERESAQUILL
26. Jefferson player in "Jefferson in Paris" : NICKNOLTE
28. Barren : ARID
29. Singer ___ Rose : AXL
30. Hit : TOKE
31. French eye : OEIL
32. "This is serious!" : IMEANIT
35. Oil shipment: Abbr. : BBL
38. Old dagger : SNEE
39. Mrs., abroad : SRA
40. Intelligent like Groucho Marx? : SMARTASAQUIP
42. Ones calling the shots?: Abbr. : RNS
44. Cut : SLIT
46. Gives with confidence : ENTRUSTS
47. Charles after whom a sports field was named : EBBETS
50. Sawed gourds, so to speak : SNORED
54. Move it : HIE
55. Small change : PEANUTS
57. Like the botanist Linnaeus : SWEDISH
60. Verdi's "___ tu" : ERI
63. Spots for 42-Across : ERS
64. Be a director : POINT
66. Woods along a fault line? : QUAKEFOREST
70. It's a scream : EEK
71. Advertising supplement : INSERT
73. Twisted yarn : CREWEL
74. Johnny with the 1980 #1 country hit "Lookin' for Love" : LEE
75. Constant tic? : STEADYQUIRK
78. Marvin Gaye's "Can ___ Witness" : IGETA
79. Some M.I.T. grads: Abbr. : EES
80. A, B and C in D.C. : STS
81. Establishes : ORDAINS
83. Kind of comb : RATTAIL
85. Whip but good : TAN
88. Nicole Kidman or Tom Cruise, e.g. : EXMATE
90. ___ Dam on the Sacramento River : SHASTA
91. Needle : IRRITATE
96. First word in "Send in the Clowns" : ISNT
98. Time of anticipation : EVE
99. Geologist's entire collection? : QUARTZANDALL
103. FedEx rival : DHL
105. Prefix with distant : EQUI
108. Instant : SEC
109. Problem in a plane cabin : AIRRAGE
110. Burned up : SORE
111. University of Kentucky's ___ Arena : RUPP
112. Tops: Abbr. : EXC
114. Vein contents : ORES
115. Stroll : PROMENADE
117. Crusading knight's story? : HOWTHEQUESTWASWON
122. Hoover, e.g., in brief : VAC
123. Cracked open : AJAR
124. Baltic resident : LETT
125. Getting ready to play seven-card stud : ANTEING
126. Sorority letter : ETA
127. "Saturn Devouring His Children" painter : GOYA
128. Thinking prefix : IDEO
129. 10-, 11- and 12-year-olds : TWEENS
130. Kind of room : REC
1. Some military maneuvers : FEINTS
2. Film genre : ACTION
3. Fast break result, on the court? : QUICKERBASKET
4. They might precede blows : ACHOOS
5. Cooks' gadgets : PEELERS
6. Replacements for missing teeth in dental arches : PARTIALS
7. Slippery as ___ : ANEEL
8. See 116-Down : LIT
9. Toast to one's health : LCHAIM
10. Producing more chills : EERIER
11. Library stamp : DUEDATE
12. Grp. that launches investigations : IRS
13. Worn ___ frazzle : TOA
14. Heart : CRUX
15. Transport that runs on tracks : RAILBUS
16. It may be bookmarked : URL
17. State with only three counties: Abbr. : DEL
19. On one's ___ : OWN
24. "Forever, ___" (1996 humor book) : ERMA
25. Al Jazeera employee : QATARI
27. One of the Wayans brothers : KEENEN
33. Indian bread : NAN
34. Neck of land: Abbr. : ISTH
36. Kind of part : BIT
37. Former records : LPS
40. Lodge : STOW
41. Freakish : QUEER
43. Blockhead : STUPID
45. One way to take things : INSTRIDE
47. Foils : EPEES
48. Airborne Rangers gear : BERETS
49. Expressionless : STONY
51. Not opt. : REQ
52. Cabinet dept. : EDUC
53. Thoreau and others : DIARISTS
56. "Thong Song" rapper : SISQO
58. Piece supporting the rudder : SKEG
59. Ax wielder : HEWER
61. Start to tremble? : RELEASEQUAVER
62. "There!" : ISEEIT
65. Doctor's prefix with -ologist : NEUR
67. Greek cheeses : FETAS
68. City SW of Kansas City : OLATHE
69. ___ coil : TESLA
72. "Time ___" (old sci-fi series) : TRAX
76. Moving : ASTIR
77. Actress Cattrall of "Sex and the City" : KIM
82. Do perfectly : NAIL
84. Pothouse : TAVERN
86. Clip : ATTACH
87. "The Pianist" extra : NAZI
89. Newspaper's choice for public office : ENDORSEE
91. Brightness measurements, for short : IQS
92. Have second thoughts : RUE
93. Bettor's spot : RACEWAY
94. Feather's partner : TAR
95. Getting there : ENROUTE
97. Add for free : THROWIN
100. ___ be different : DARETO
101. Seasons : AGES
102. Vampire of fiction : LESTAT
104. Hardly long-distance runners : LEMONS
106. News briefing : UPDATE
107. Syrup in the medicine cabinet : IPECAC
110. Outpouring : SPATE
113. Additional, in ads : XTRA
116. With 8-Down, course that includes Shak. : ENG
117. Broom rider : HAG
118. Spanish eye : OJO
119. QB Manning : ELI
120. End of a demonstration? : QED
121. Tucson-to-L.A. dir. : WNW

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