THAT GIRL

New York Times, Sunday, September 15, 2013

Author: Joe DiPietro
Editor: Will Shortz
Joe DiPietro
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 140, Blocks: 70 Missing: {QVW} Scrabble average: 1.71 This is puzzle # 118 for Mr. DiPietro. NYT links: Across Lite PDF

Jeff Chen notes: Joe DiPietro is one of the NYT's most prolific crossword constructors, only 10 people having more Sunday-size puzzles than him (in the Shortz era). Amazing to see his creative output, including such mind-bending ... more
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Across Down
1. Monopolizer : HOG
4. Isn't well : AILS
8. The people vs. us : THEM
12. When repeated, spirited : RAH
15. Fiscal exec : CFO
18. Hot and bothered : ALLUPSET
20. Luxury hotel amenity : ROBE
21. Where to buy clubs at a club : PROSHOP
23. Confiscate a chef's appetizer? : SEIZEHERSALAD
25. "Count me in!" : IMTHERE
26. 10, for the base 10 number system : RADIX
27. Charles Nelson ___, old game show staple : REILLY
28. Spill catcher : SAUCER
29. Quick round of tennis, maybe : ONESET
31. Pulitzer winner James : AGEE
32. Lewis with 12 Emmys : SHARI
35. Rondo maker : KIA
36. Performance artist with a palindromic name : ONO
37. Conk a coach's team member? : SOCKHERPLAYER
40. Driver's lic. info : HGT
41. Furnishes with soldiers : MANS
43. Clueless : LOST
44. Graduate from Barnard, say : ALUMNA
45. Old Roman well? : BENE
46. Disney dog : LADY
48. HVAC measures, for short : BTUS
49. Certain radio user : CBER
51. Like most fish : SCALY
53. View from Long Is. : ATL
55. Close a VW Beetle owner's car door? : SHUTHERBUG
60. Like much rush-hour traffic : STOPGO
61. Bud : CHUM
63. Abbr. of politeness : PLS
64. You suffer when you're in it : AGONY
65. Feu fighter? : EAU
66. Put a spice mix on a cook's piece of poultry? : RUBHERCHICKEN
70. Point : AIM
71. Immortal P.G.A. nickname : ARNIE
73. Island where Homer is buried, by tradition : IOS
74. Exclusive : SOLE
75. Cancels, as a mission : ABORTS
77. Keep a bad comedian onstage? : LETHERBOMB
80. Poetic preposition : OER
81. Not prompt : TARDY
82. Perfect : HONE
83. Wrathful : IRED
85. Some sports cars, informally : JAGS
86. Bit of choreography : STEP
88. The "g" in e.g. : GRATIA
91. "Baby" singer's nickname, with "the" : BIEB
93. Off-white shade : OPAL
97. Canadian N.B.A. team, on scoreboards : TOR
98. Find out what a baby's milk tastes like? : LICKHERBOTTLE
101. "True Blood" network : HBO
102. ___ store : APP
103. Apples introduced in 1998 : IMACS
104. Asian holidays : TETS
105. Full : ENTIRE
107. Magician David : BLAINE
109. Latin dance : CHACHA
111. Valleys : DALES
112. Observation of cardinals, say : BIRDING
114. Hop over an electrician's wires? : JUMPHERCABLES
116. Alliance between nations : ENTENTE
117. Crate & Barrel rival : IKEA
118. Not magnified or reduced : REALSIZE
119. Paris's Parc ___ Princes : DES
120. Setting at 0 degrees long. : GST
121. U.S.A.F. V.I.P. : GENL
122. Jimmy Carter's middle name : EARL
123. A pop : PER
1. Isn't cramped : HASROOM
2. 1992 David Mamet play : OLEANNA
3. Smoothly applied, as eye makeup : GLIDEON
4. Tips : APEXES
5. Suffix of imprecision : ISH
6. Creepy look : LEER
7. Barely moves? : STREAKS
8. Irish city near Killarney : TRALEE
9. Loudly dress down : HOLLERAT
10. uBid competitor : EBAY
11. ___ school : MED
12. N.Y. engineering school : RPI
13. Grabbing distance : ARMSREACH
14. Windbag's output : HOTAIR
15. Ensure a surfer's safety? : CHECKHERBOARD
16. Like many accents : FOREIGN
17. Run : OPERATE
19. Commando movie accessories : UZIS
22. ___ mai (dim sum dish) : SHU
24. Rifle attachment : SIGHT
30. "See?!" : TOLDYOU
32. Group of unsolicited manuscripts : SLUSHPILE
33. ___ radio : HAM
34. "We the Living" author Rand : AYN
38. Like a coquette : COY
39. Besides : PLUS
42. [You cad!] : SLAP
45. Sea lane danger : BERG
47. "Love and Happiness" singer, 1972 : ALGREEN
48. Vague memory : BLUR
50. Squishy seat : BEANBAG
51. Goggle : STARE
52. Take a mechanic's inventory? : COUNTHERPARTS
53. Allergic reaction : ACHOO
54. Band with a 1985 U.K. #1 album titled "Meat Is Murder" : THESMITHS
56. Gut wrencher? : ULCER
57. "Such a pity" : TSK
58. Agreement : UNITY
59. Rooms with high ceilings : GYMS
60. Security feature : SEAL
62. Ones making intros : MCS
67. Shore dinner handout : BIB
68. Part of Obi-Wan Kenobi's costume : HOOD
69. Fit to be consumed : EATABLE
72. Blue-roofed chain : IHOP
76. "___ I hear" : ORSO
78. Groups of troops : REGIMENTS
79. Relative of Camembert : BRIE
84. One side in "The War of the Worlds" : EARTHMEN
85. Shade of black : JET
86. Like Julius Caesar : STABBED
87. Where to write your name on an I.R.S. form : TOPLINE
89. Zenith competitor : RCA
90. Org. that registers pointers : AKC
91. Muff : BOTCH
92. "Just arrived!" : ITSHERE
94. N.B.A. Hall-of-Famer nicknamed Handy Andy : PHILLIP
95. Something easy as pie : ABREEZE
96. "Luck Be a Lady" composer/lyricist : LOESSER
98. Jacket part : LINING
99. "C'mon, help me out" : BEAPAL
100. Ultimate purpose : ENDALL
106. They make indents : TABS
108. Suffix with fluor- or chlor- : IDE
109. Pickled veggie : CUKE
110. Discipline : AREA
113. High-profile interviewee : GET
114. Fiddler's tune, maybe : JIG
115. Sleeper, for one : CAR

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