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New York Times, Sunday, July 28, 2013

Author: Andrew Reynolds
Editor: Will Shortz
Andrew Reynolds
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Rows: 21, Columns: 20, Words: 137, Blocks: 68 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 3 for Mr. Reynolds. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2013, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Holiday cheer : HOHOHO
7. Early round : PRELIM
13. "30 Rock" or "3rd Rock From the Sun" : SITCOM
19. P.G.A. event played on Father's Day : USOPEN
20. Company in a 2001 merger with Chevron : TEXACO
21. Old TV component : TRIODE
22. See 36-Across : MOMENT
23. Tickles : AMUSES
24. Corrects : EMENDS
25. Bobble : ERROR
27. Wordsworth's "___ to Duty" : ODE
28. Short race? : DWARVES
29. ___ Peninsula : MALAY
31. Opposite of eternally : NEVERMORE
35. Suffix with green or bean : ERY
36. With 22-Across, shortly : INA
37. Accident marker : FLARE
39. Subject of many a war : BOUNDARY
42. Cobra's foe : MONGOOSE
44. Melee : SETTO
45. Whole ___ : FOODS
48. Stamp, perhaps : ENDORSE
49. Express : STATE
50. GMC truck : SIERRA
51. GPS lines: Abbr. : RDS
52. Texas athletic site : ALAMODOME
54. Dive, maybe : BAR
55. Molding material : CLAY
58. Robed ruler : EMIR
59. Seminary subj. : REL
60. New newt : EFT
61. Cons : HAS
62. Like the 116-Across : MASSPRODUCED
67. Common pg. size : LTR
68. "___ magic" : ITS
69. Auto safety feature, for short : ABS
70. Dead-end jobs, perhaps : RUTS
71. Eye affliction : STYE
72. Pizza order : PIE
73. A computer may be in it : SLEEPMODE
77. Seventh letter : ETA
79. Con : INMATE
81. Narrow valleys : GLENS
82. Strong-smelling cheese : STILTON
86. Lord or lady : NOBLE
87. "Nifty!" : NEATO
88. How many Playboy bunnies dress : SCANTILY
89. Generosity : LARGESSE
91. Rise : KNOLL
92. "No ___!" : MAS
93. Furtive : SLY
95. N.F.L. owner who moved the Cleveland Browns to Baltimore in 1996 : ARTMODELL
97. She outwitted Sherlock : IRENE
99. ___ greens : COLLARD
102. Versailles resident : ROI
103. Is a poor night watchman, say : DOZES
105. Polo ground? : ORIENT
106. Gargoyle features, often : SPOUTS
109. Showy shrub : AZALEA
112. Showy : ORNATE
113. Greets the day : ARISES
114. "Feeling Good" chanteuse : SIMONE
115. Hide-and-seek cheater : PEEKER
116. 5-Down unit : MODELT
117. Consumer Reports employee : TESTER
1. Run smoothly : HUM
2. Bear, in Baja : OSO
3. 2012 Emmy winner for Outstanding Drama Series : HOMELAND
4. "L'Africaine," e.g. : OPERA
5. Business titan born July 30, 1863 : HENRYFORD
6. Not conned by : ONTO
7. Grp. that rarely meets during the summer : PTA
8. Take off : REMOVE
9. Give off : EXUDE
10. Light show light : LASERBEAM
11. Put away : ICE
12. Hip-hop's ___ Def : MOS
13. Blasted : STEWED
14. "Garfield" waitress : IRMA
15. Balcony, e.g. : TIER
16. Feature of a 57-Down : CONVEYORBELT
17. More curious : ODDER
18. Unkempt : MESSY
26. Genetic enzyme : RNASE
28. Fictional character with steel pincers for hands : DRNO
29. Give the silent treatment? : MIME
30. Before long, poetically : ANON
32. Before, poetically : ERE
33. Words to live by : MOTTO
34. Exposed : OUTED
38. Failed investment : LOSS
40. Off course : AFIELD
41. Tobiko, in Japanese cuisine : ROE
43. Bloody : GORY
44. A Beatle : STARR
46. Poorly insulated, say : DRAFTY
47. He wrote "I exist, that is all, and I find it nauseating" : SARTRE
49. Bobble : SLIP
50. Hook's hand : SMEE
52. Wake-up times, for short : AMS
53. Tolkien creatures : ORCS
55. Impressive golf shot : CHIPIN
56. Many a Dream Act beneficiary : LATINO
57. 5-Down innovation : ASSEMBLYLINE
58. Latin 101 verb : ESSE
62. Get down pat : MASTER
63. Up to the task : ABLE
64. Northeast university town : ORONO
65. Getup : DUDS
66. Pac-12 player : UTE
71. Winter sprinkle : SALT
74. Discharge : EGEST
75. Ending with cyto- : PLASM
76. Space rock, maybe : METEOROID
77. List ender : ETAL
78. 116-Across, colloquially : TINLIZZIE
80. Like : ALA
82. Shrew : SCOLD
83. Bit of TV real estate : TIMESLOT
84. Pearl Buck heroine : OLAN
85. Where 5-Down's company gets an "F"? : NYSE
87. Bookworm, maybe : NERD
88. Casting source for some H'wood comedies : SNL
90. Hose holder : GARTER
91. Harvey of "Taxi Driver" : KEITEL
93. Cone filler : SCOOP
94. "The Big Bang Theory" co-creator Chuck : LORRE
96. Extinguish : DOUSE
98. Lots : REAMS
100. Tip for a reporter, maybe : LEAK
101. Status quo ___ : ANTE
104. Brewery fixture : OAST
106. Cooke of soul : SAM
107. For : PRO
108. Bygone flier : SST
110. Phoenix-to-Albuquerque dir. : ENE
111. ___ Lingus : AER

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