MAKE THE CHANGE

New York Times, Sunday, July 8, 2012

Author: Joel Fagliano
Editor: Will Shortz
Joel Fagliano
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 74 Missing: {X} Spans: 1 This is puzzle # 10 for Mr. Fagliano. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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Across Down
1. Hose shape : COIL
5. Building blocks : ADOBES
11. "The Office" woman : PAM
14. QB feats : TDS
17. Years in old Rome : ANNI
18. Capital city formerly behind the Iron Curtain : TIRANE
19. Nephew of Cain : ENOS
21. "Let's Get Lost" singer Baker : CHET
22. So happy you can't see straight? : BLINDEDBYDELIGHT
25. Where to enter the theater, usually : REAR
26. Where "it's fun to stay" in a 1978 hit : YMCA
27. Gleamed : SHONE
28. Deserving praise : LAUDABLE
30. "Sk8er ___," 2002 top 10 hit : BOI
31. Acid : LSD
34. Argument about a fork-tailed bird? : SWALLOWDEBATE
36. Apt : INCLINED
39. Spend the night : STAY
40. Arizona senator Jon : KYL
41. It represents a 0 or 1 : BIT
42. Trendy antioxidant berry : ACAI
43. "Yeah, right" : IBET
45. Org. full of big shots? : NRA
47. Calpurnia's dream in "Julius Caesar" and others : OMENS
49. Bear's cry : SELL
50. Circle above the airport? : PUTOFFDESCENT
55. Manager with four World Series titles : JOETORRE
57. Very clumsy person, in slang : SPAZ
58. Subject of the 19th, 24th and 26th Amendments : VOTE
62. Willing to do : UPFOR
65. TWA competitor : USAIR
67. See 77-Across : LIE
69. Optima maker : KIA
70. Making one's way down the corporate ladder? : GOINGTHROUGHDEMOTIONS
76. [This ticks me off] : GRR
77. With 67-Across, "That's not true!" : YOU
78. Relative of a harrumph : SNORT
79. Not flat, say : ONKEY
80. One of two for four : SEMI
82. Slalom obstacle : GATE
85. Passing : ENACTING
88. Breed hatred in? : TEACHTODETEST
91. It's seen on many roadside signs : LOGO
95. When the witches in "Macbeth" say "Double, double toil and trouble" : ACTIV
98. "Sure thing" : YUP
99. ___ beetle : STAG
100. Eternally : EVER
101. Canterbury can : LOO
102. Org. trying to clear the air? : EPA
105. Ed Wood player in "Ed Wood" : DEPP
108. Squad cars : CRUISERS
110. Woman who's the very best at saying no? : QUEENOFDENIAL
114. Part of TBS: Abbr. : SYS
115. Pal of Pooh : ROO
116. Modern marketplace : APPSTORE
117. Like the verbs "come" and "go": Abbr. : IRREG
119. "Baseball Tonight" broadcaster : ESPN
121. Bulldogs : ELIS
122. Really enjoy giving specifics? : LIVETOTELLDETAIL
127. Art ___ : DECO
128. Alexander Graham Bell, by birth : SCOT
129. Get ready for a bomb, say : GODEEP
130. Corona garnish : LIME
131. Require (of) : ASK
132. "Your point being ...?" : AND
133. Some closeups : INSETS
134. Take too much of, briefly : ODON
1. It might be caught in the rain : CAB
2. Unrepeated : ONLYONCE
3. Hostile : INIMICAL
4. Nickname for the Philadelphia Eagles' stadium, with "the" : LINC
5. Downed : ATE
6. Arranged, as the hair : DID
7. Partners of scepters : ORBS
8. Indiana political family : BAYHS
9. Gives support to : ENDOWS
10. Spotted in the vicinity of : SEENAT
11. Eastern Canadian prov. : PEI
12. White, informally : ANGLO
13. Hair line? : MOHAWK
14. Old Yankee nickname : THEBABE
15. Given a hand : DEALTIN
16. Some are mean : STREETS
20. Home office site : STUDY
21. Curmudgeon : CRAB
23. Painter portrayed by Adrien Brody in "Midnight in Paris" : DALI
24. Stanford of Stanford University : LELAND
29. Actor Alain : DELON
30. Predilection : BIAS
32. Marsh bird : SNIPE
33. It's a first : DEBUT
35. Zither cousins : LYRES
37. "Get Low" rapper : LILJON
38. Orange sign : DETOUR
44. Organ holder : TORSO
46. Ancient royal symbol : ASP
48. Network with an annual awards show : MTV
51. German women : FRAUS
52. Fake : FEIGNED
53. Not wavy, say : CALM
54. Basso Pinza : EZIO
56. Hardly an exercise in restraint : ORGY
59. "I get your point. Jeez!" : OKOK
60. Pitchfork part : TINE
61. Unhurried : EASY
62. Fashionable boots : UGGS
63. Read carefully : PORE
64. Like some offers : FIRM
66. Van Gogh's "Starry Night Over the ___" : RHONE
68. David Cameron's alma mater : ETON
71. ___ party : TOGA
72. Red Scare grp. : HUAC
73. Mild oaths : DRATS
74. "I won't bore you with the rest" : ETCETC
75. What a Latino immigrant might learn : INGLES
81. Sam Cooke's "That's ___ Quit - I'm Movin' On" : ITI
83. "Know ___ enemy" : THY
84. Bit of music at a music conservatory : ETUDE
86. Old Russian line : TSARS
87. One to consult for PC problems : ITGUY
89. Birthday party, e.g. : EVENT
90. Words heard at a birthday party : OPENIT
92. Like pro athletes, some say : OVERPAID
93. Jump accompanier? : GERONIMO
94. +/- : ORSO
95. War on terror target : ALQAEDA
96. Combines : COUPLES
97. Part of an ice skate : TOEPICK
103. Combines : POOLS
104. One of the five Olympic rings : AFRICA
106. Filled turnovers : PIROGI
107. "Steel Magnolias" actress : PARTON
109. "Hmm ..." : ISEE
111. Petro-Canada competitor : ESSO
112. English county : DEVON
113. "Traffic Crossing ___ Bridge" (pioneering 1888 film footage) : LEEDS
118. Hit Fox show : GLEE
120. W.W. II battle city : STLO
123. Airport approximation: Abbr. : ETD
124. Word before rip or slip : LET
125. Infielder feats: Abbr. : DPS
126. "Dancing With the Stars" judge Goodman : LEN

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