13 X 2 = 26*

New York Times, Sunday, August 13, 2006

Author: Derrick Niederman
Editor: Will Shortz
Derrick Niederman
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 76 Missing: none – this is a pangram This is puzzle # 5 for Mr. Niederman. NYT links: Across Lite

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1. Pitch in : ASSIST
7. Sight near an igloo : SLED
11. Show utter disrespect to : SPITON
17. Something in France : QUELQUECHOSE
19. Plastic surgeon's target : HOOKNOSE
22. *Discount brokerage formed in 1996 : TDWATERHOUSE
23. *Site of a famous drawing? : OKCORRAL
24. Scorch : SINGE
25. My dear man : SIR
26. Run the show : EMCEE
28. Ratio phrase : ISTO
29. Hardly raining? : SLEETY
32. *Writer who coined the word "booboisie" : HLMENCKEN
35. Wane : ABATE
38. Fee follower : FIE
39. Biological rings : AREOLAE
40. Satellite counterpart : AMFM
41. *Deceased writer whose work was the basis for a hit 2005 film : CSLEWIS
44. Kiss, in "Harry Potter" : SNOG
45. Former Span. money : PTA
48. Something a bride may have : REGISTRY
50. Newsman Potter and others : NEDS
52. Doll : SUGAR
54. Old man of the sea, to Homer : PROTEUS
55. Pop : LANCE
57. How 265-pound football Hall-of-Famer Larry Little was named? : INAPTLY
59. Legal hearing : OYER
60. Bonus : PERK
61. 1939 Best Picture nominee banned in the Soviet Union : NINOTCHKA
63. Year Chaucer died : MCD
65. *Kids' cookie makers, informally : EZBAKEOVENS
68. Folk duo ___ & Sylvia : IAN
69. Johnnycake : CORNBREAD
72. Porcelain piece : EWER
73. Alpine sight : TBAR
76. Some takeout : CHINESE
77. Spy, at times : TAPER
79. Damned doctor : FAUSTUS
82. First two words of "Waltzing Matilda" : ONCEA
83. Building contractor's study : CODE
84. These provide relief : BULLPENS
85. ___Kosh B'Gosh : OSH
86. Language whose name means "army" : URDU
89. *1970's-80's TV villain : JREWING
92. Knick rival : CELT
93. French West Indies isle, informally : STBARTS
95. Bit of a comic : GAG
96. Peter the Great's co-czar : IVANV
98. *It was retired in 2005 : MXMISSILE
101. Chestnut : OLDSAW
103. Make ___ for it : ARUN
104. Capital of Belarus : MINSK
107. As well : TOO
108. Daily ___, "Spider-Man" newspaper : BUGLE
113. *QB who was the 1963 Player of the Year : YATITTLE
116. *World order : UNRESOLUTION
119. Dumps : EYESORES
120. "Mission: Impossible" types : SECRETAGENTS
121. Skip : DEPART
122. Seven ___ : SEAS
123. Treat as a villain : HISSAT
1. Its logo is four rings : AUDI
2. Iced, with "up" : SEWN
3. Waste : SLAG
4. *Measure of brightness : IQTEST
5. Attorney's advice : SUE
6. Breviloquent : TERSE
7. Peewee : SHORTIE
8. Record producer ___ Adler : LOU
9. Latin 101 verb : ESSE
10. Regard : DEEM
11. Barefoot : SHOELESS
12. "Gotta catch 'em all!" sloganeer : POKEMON
13. Its logo is five rings: Abbr. : IOC
14. How Holmes beat Ali in '80 : TKO
15. How chicken à la king may be served : ONRICE
16. Scandinavian language, to natives : NORSK
17. Milk purchases: Abbr. : QTS
18. In the main : CHIEFLY
20. Fill up : SATE
21. University of North Carolina : ELON
27. Prot., for example : CHR
30. Some college staff : LECTURERS
31. Tree that's a symbol of sorrow : YEW
33. "Don't Bring Me Down" grp., 1979 : ELO
34. Pesters : NAGSAT
35. Continental abbr. : AMER
36. *It provided tires for Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis : BFGOODRICH
37. Good relations : AMITY
39. "Just ___!" : ASEC
40. French Dadaist : ARP
42. Ones getting coll. counseling, maybe : SRS
43. Harry Bailly, in "The Canterbury Tales" : INNKEEPER
45. *Not for everyone : PGTHIRTEEN
46. ___ blue streak : TALKA
47. Kind of race : ARYAN
49. Go with : SEE
51. Setting for part of Kerouac's "On the Road" : DENVER
53. Kind of symbol : UPC
55. Precipitate : LEADTO
56. What Indiana once pursued : ARK
57. River to the Danube : INN
58. "A seductive liar": George W. Ball : NOSTALGIA
60. Grp. with balls and strikes : PBA
62. Ending with cash : IER
63. Singer Marilyn : MCCOO
64. Film executive Harry and others : COHNS
66. #26 of 26 : ZEE
67. Fall behind : OWE
70. Brussels-to-Amsterdam dir. : NNE
71. Nice ones : BEAUTS
74. Neighbor of Rom. : BUL
75. Lab safety org.? : ASPCA
78. Hot and heavy, e.g.: Abbr. : ADJS
79. Crosswords, say : FUN
80. The Runnin' Rebels, for short : UNLV
81. Mach 1 passer : SST
83. Like Larry of the Three Stooges, surprisingly : CURLIEST
84. Healthy amount : BIGDOSE
87. Football positions: Abbr. : RBS
88. Pioneering German auto : DAIMLER
90. ___ boost : EGO
91. Barbara on the cover of 15 TV Guides : WALTERS
93. "Apollo 13" actor : SINISE
94. Symbol of perfection : TEN
97. *Beetles : VWBUGS
98. Lee of the old Milwaukee Braves : MAYE
99. Look inside : XRAY
100. Quiet, now : MUTED
102. Truth, old-style : SOOTH
105. Figure (out) : SUSS
106. Common arthroscopy site : KNEE
109. Mountain West Conference team : UTES
110. Actress Gershon : GINA
111. 1990's Senate majority leader : LOTT
112. Nav. designation : ENS
114. Zenith : TOP
115. Singing syllable : TRA
117. Zenith rival : RCA
118. Chou En-___ : LAI

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