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New York Times, Sunday, August 11, 2013

Author: Dan Schoenholz
Editor: Will Shortz
Dan Schoenholz
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 76 Missing: {QX} This is puzzle # 7 for Mr. Schoenholz. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2013, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Phonies : SHAMS
6. Cat nipper? : FLEA
10. 1977 double-platinum Steely Dan album : AJA
13. Capacitance measure : FARAD
18. Newfoundland explorer : CABOT
19. 16 23-Acrosses : POUND
20. Input for a mill : LOG
21. Tolerate : ABIDE
22. Vaquero's rope : RIATA
23. See 19-Across : OUNCE
24. Eat heartily : FEASTUPON
26. Where most things rank in importance to a Muslim? : AFTERALLAH
28. Foe of Frodo : ORC
29. Certify (to) : ATTEST
30. Fannie ___ : MAE
31. Mid sixth-century year : DLI
32. Casts doubt on : IMPEACHES
35. Low notes? : SUBTITLES
38. Haunted house sound : MOAN
39. Bathroom installation : SPA
42. Webster's directive to the overly formal? : JUSTSAYNOAH
45. Raises : REARS
46. ___ raise : PAY
47. Folder's declaration : IMOUT
48. Plaintive : SAD
49. Upper ___ : VOLTA
50. Single : LONE
51. Madam : BAWD
52. Exciting matches? : HOTDATES
55. Series of measures : STANZA
57. Burns books? : POESY
59. Fancy : IDEA
61. Exchange news? : MERGER
62. Equipment list for a hashish-smoking fisherman? : HOOKAHLINEANDSINKER
67. Baby no longer : BIGKID
68. "Do I ___!" : EVER
69. News of disasters, e.g. : JOLTS
70. One might be mean or cross : STREET
71. Total : ABSOLUTE
74. Hide : PELT
78. Way, in Pompeii : ITER
79. Berlin Olympics hero : OWENS
82. Word on either side of "à" : VIS
83. One getting special instruction : TUTEE
84. ___ Plaines : DES
85. 1986 rock autobiography : ITINA
86. Departed from Manama, maybe? : LEFTBAHRAIN
89. Sounds often edited out for radio : ERS
90. Hand for a mariachi band? : MANO
91. "Everything must go" events : FIRESALES
92. Cover, in a way : UPHOLSTER
94. One may be kept running in a bar : TAB
95. The South, once: Abbr. : CSA
98. Número of countries bordering Guatemala : CUATRO
101. Subsidy : AID
102. Niece's polite interruption? : AUNTIEAHEM
106. Close to losing it : ONTHEEDGE
108. Antiknock additive : ETHYL
109. Caustic : ACERB
110. Current carriers : WIRES
111. Throwaway publication : RAG
112. Get the old gang together : REUNE
113. Part of a barrel : STAVE
114. Commotions : STIRS
115. Common symbol in hieroglyphics : EYE
116. Depleted of color : ASHY
117. Strength of a solution : TITER
1. "Skedaddle!" : SCRAM
2. Eastern Mediterranean port : HAIFA
3. Lessen : ABATE
4. Speck : MOTE
5. Space specks : STARDUST
6. Fair alternative : FOUL
7. Moon goddess : LUNA
8. "Whole" thing : ENCHILADA
9. Cooler : ADE
10. Actress Woodard : ALFRE
11. Old ad figure with a big nose : JOECAMEL
12. Turkish big shot : AGA
13. Prepares to eat, perhaps : FATTENS
14. Is against : ABUTS
15. Ready (for) : RIPE
16. Commotions : ADOS
17. Bumper bummer : DENT
19. Organized society : POLITY
25. Welcome look from a Bedouin? : SAHARASMILE
27. Jessica of "Valentine's Day" : ALBA
28. Special ___ : OPS
33. Not so hot : MEH
34. Slather : COAT
35. Game for those who don't like to draw : STUDPOKER
36. Hip : INSTYLE
37. Contemptible one : TOAD
39. Mooch : SPONGE
40. German W.W. II tank : PANZER
41. Annually : AYEAR
42. Foresail : JIB
43. Thurman of "Kill Bill" : UMA
44. Miss piggy? : SOW
45. 1953 A.L. M.V.P. Al : ROSEN
49. Ancient Hindu scripture : VEDA
50. Often-blue garden blooms : LARKSPURS
52. What many Bay Area skiers do on winter weekends? : HEADTOTAHOE
53. ___Kosh B'Gosh : OSH
54. Levels : TIERS
56. Festival setup : TENT
58. 1930s migrant : OKIE
60. Tinkers with : ADJUSTS
62. Pitch recipient : HITTER
63. Mate for Shrek : OGRESS
64. Trump, for one : IVANA
65. Birds' beaks : NEBS
66. One who's all wet? : SOT
67. Queen's "We Will Rock You," to "We Are the Champions" : BSIDE
72. Extends too much credit? : OVERRATES
73. Quaker cereal : LIFE
75. Determinant of when to do an airport run, for short : ETA
76. Hawaii's ___ Day : LEI
77. Big or top follower : TEN
80. One type of 66-Down : WINO
81. Historic exhibit at Washington Dulles airport : ENOLAGAY
83. Beauty's counterpart : THEBEAST
85. Blow away : IMPRESS
86. "A ___ cannot live": Martin Luther King Jr. : LIE
87. Clash : BATTLE
88. Jai ___ : ALAI
91. Blossoming business? : FTD
92. King Arthur's father : UTHER
93. Military blockade : SIEGE
95. Bamboozle : CHEAT
96. Dish (up) : SERVE
97. Insect trapper : AMBER
98. Intimidates : COWS
99. Battalion, e.g. : UNIT
100. Italian bell town : ATRI
103. "No way!" : UHUH
104. "30 Rock" setting, briefly : NYNY
105. When Stanley cries "Hey, Stella!" in "A Streetcar Named Desire" : ACTI
107. Beats by ___ (headphones brand) : DRE
108. Historical period : ERA

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