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New York Times, Sunday, August 14, 2011

Author: Paula Gamache
Editor: Will Shortz
Paula Gamache
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 70 Missing: {JQ} This is puzzle # 72 for Ms. Gamache. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

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© 2011, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Animal with a huge yawn : HIPPO
6. Garden support : STEM
10. ___ of roses : ATTAR
15. "Swans Reflecting Elephants" artist : DALI
19. Formula One driver Prost : ALAIN
20. Bandleader Puente : TITO
21. Religion founded in Iran : BAHAI
22. Dash : ELAN
23. Reduces significantly : SLICESINTO
25. "Your Movie Sucks" writer : EBERT
26. Billion: Prefix : GIGA
27. "A penny saved is ..." : NOTENOUGHTORETIREON
30. "___ me anything" : ASK
32. Winery wood : OAK
33. Needle case : ETUI
34. Like a black hole : DENSE
35. "Where there's a will, there's ..." : GOINGTOBEARELATIVE
42. Mama Cass : ELLIOT
43. Partner of 74-Across : AFL
44. Spread out : DILATE
45. E-mail alternative : FAX
48. Effrontery : GALL
49. Entertainment providers at a sports bar : LCDTVS
52. Pop's ___ Tuesday : TIL
53. Fill : SATE
54. Perfect service : ACE
55. Certain commando : SEAL
56. "Where there's smoke, there's ..." : AIRPOLLUTION
60. Founder of United We Stand America : PEROT
62. Despicable : LOW
64. John who searched for the Northwest Passage : RAE
65. Buddhist teaching : DHARMA
66. "People who live in glass houses ..." : LETITALLHANGOUT
71. Rhododendron cousin : AZALEA
74. Partner of 43-Across : CIO
75. Chinese "path" : TAO
76. Stinks to high heaven : REEKS
80. "He who laughs last ..." : FINALLYGOTIT
84. Russian council : DUMA
86. Land in a river : AIT
87. Some are queens : ANTS
88. Part of a cul-de-sac address, maybe: Abbr. : CIR
89. Neighborhood east of SoHo : NOLITA
91. "This ___ You're Talking To" (Trisha Yearwood song) : ISME
92. "Riddle me, riddle me ___" : REE
93. Public respect : REPUTE
96. Managed : RAN
97. 2, 3, 4 or 6, for 12 : FACTOR
99. "If at first you don't succeed ..." : REDEFINETHEMISSION
102. Revenue line : SALES
105. It can make a 10 a 9 : FLAW
106. Alley ___ : OOP
107. Sante Fe-to-Denver dir. : NNE
108. "Don't bite the hand ..." : THATHASNTBEENWASHED
115. Legend of the Himalayas : YETI
116. Oldest von Trapp child in "The Sound of Music" : LIESL
117. Protein building blocks : AMINOACIDS
120. Reposed : LAIN
121. Looped handles : ANSAE
122. Bone-dry : SERE
123. Sacred city of Lamaism : LHASA
124. Mrs. Garrett on "The Facts of Life" : EDNA
125. Places to live in the sticks? : NESTS
126. Struck out : EXED
127. Stupid, in Sonora : TONTO
1. Is sick with : HAS
2. Sick : ILL
3. Analgesic : PAINKILLER
4. Boulevard where Fox Studios and the Los Angeles Convention Center are located : PICO
5. "Almost finished!" : ONETOGO
6. Wasted : STINKO
7. Former Yankee Martinez : TINO
8. Departing words? : ETTU
9. Synthesizer designer Robert : MOOG
10. Helped in a job : ABETTED
11. Middle Eastern salad : TABOULI
12. Area of Venice with a famous bridge : THERIALTO
13. It has banks in Switzerland : AARE
14. Director Martin : RITT
15. Step : DEGREE
16. It's out of this world : ALIEN
17. Port on the Gulf of Guinea : LAGOS
18. Silly : INANE
24. Western terminus of I-90 : SEATTLE
28. ___ Majesty : HER
29. Contraction with two apostrophes : IDVE
30. Relationship disparity, perhaps : AGEGAP
31. Console : SOLACE
36. Naught : NIL
37. Rapscallion : BADLOT
38. New newt : EFT
39. Part of T.A.E. : ALVA
40. Comet part : TAIL
41. "That's good enough" : ITLLDO
45. C-worthy : FAIR
46. Scintilla : ATOM
47. TV warrior for good : XENA
50. It's north of Baja, informally : CALI
51. Prime cut : SIRLOIN
53. A star may represent it : STATE
55. ___ blue : STEEL
57. College cheer : RAH
58. Bog buildup : PEAT
59. "Star Trek" role : UHURA
61. Cooking pots : OLLAS
63. Baylor's city : WACO
67. Applied some powder to : TALCED
68. Wasted : LIT
69. Title girl in a 1964 Chuck Berry hit : NADINE
70. Toe woe : GOUT
71. Come from ___ : AFAR
72. Fanboy's reading : ZINE
73. Stud money : ANTE
77. Javanese or Malay : EASTINDIAN
78. Ban ___ (Kofi Annan's successor) : KIMOON
79. Laurence who wrote "Tristram Shandy" : STERNE
81. "Good grief!" : YIPE
82. Surly manner : GRUFFNESS
83. Material for a suit? : TORT
85. Party of the underworld : MAFIOSO
90. ___-di-dah : LAH
91. Suffix with robot : ICS
93. Hebrew letter after koph : RESH
94. Fights with : TILTSAT
95. Permits : ENABLES
98. It might be on the road : ASPHALT
99. One behind the lens : RETINA
100. Farm mate : EWE
101. Didn't suffer in silence : MOANED
102. Flair : STYLE
103. Forward : AHEAD
104. Exempli gratia, e.g. : LATIN
109. Economist Greenspan : ALAN
110. It has a period of 2π : SINE
111. No pressure : EASE
112. Its highest point is Wheeler Peak: Abbr. : NMEX
113. Current carrier : WIRE
114. Nymph spurned by Narcissus : ECHO
118. August hrs. : DST
119. ___ Tomé : SAO

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