SPEAKING CANADIAN

New York Times, Sunday, September 4, 2005

Author: Richard Silvestri
Editor: Will Shortz
Richard Silvestri
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Rows: 21, Columns: 21, Words: 142, Blocks: 76 Missing: {Z} This is puzzle # 132 for Mr. Silvestri. NYT links: Across Lite

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© 2005, The New York Times
Across Down
1. Toot one's horn : BRAG
5. Make run smoothly again : DEBUG
10. Cellar container : CASK
14. Calculating folks? : CPAS
18. See 65-Across : LUEGO
19. Turned up : AROSE
20. Helm position : ALEE
21. Used cars : RODE
22. French artist's vacation spot? : ISLEOFMANET
24. Masculine principle : YANG
25. Holly plant : ILEX
26. Long in movies : NIA
27. Ecclesiastical setback? : APSE
28. Track of a sort : SCENT
30. Formal response to "Who's there?" : ITISI
31. Really blue : DEPRESSED
34. Browning work? : TAN
35. Bigoted bunch : RACISTS
37. Go-ahead : ASSENT
38. Prestige of Jay's predecessor? : JOHNNYCACHET
40. Medical tube : STENT
41. Elaborate entertainment : FETE
44. Social register word : NEE
45. Actress Thurman : UMA
46. Tums alternative : ROLAIDS
49. Kneecap : PATELLA
53. Rural horse-drawn conveyance : SHAY
57. Fancy fabric for Darius the Great? : PERSIANLAME
60. "The Simpsons" creator Groening : MATT
62. They sit on the dais : HONOREES
64. 1972 top 10 hit going over seven minutes : LAYLA
65. With 18-Across, Tijuana goodbye : HASTA
66. Went at it : ARGUED
67. Dress style : ALINE
69. "Hey ?!" : LISTEN
70. Started a hole : DROVE
71. Bird for the table : CAPON
73. Stockpiling : AMASSING
75. Time long past : YORE
76. Dr. Jekyll's flooring? : HYDEPARQUET
79. Opposite of exo- : ENDO
80. Ann or Andy : RAGDOLL
82. Mosey : SAUNTER
84. "? boy ___ girl?" : ORA
85. Palm Sunday mount : ASS
88. Score unit : NOTE
89. Forgets about : OMITS
94. Fish surgeon? : DOCTORFILLET
99. 1964 Hitchcock film : MARNIE
100. Apple pie order? : ALAMODE
101. Be in misery : AIL
102. Part of a flight : STAIRSTEP
105. Young Turk : REBEL
106. Not presto : LENTO
108. Like beds, at times : MADE
109. Leaving after lunch : ORT
110. Long-toed bird with a harsh cry : RAIL
111. Attired : CLAD
112. Pasta that will make you really sick? : POISONPENNE
116. White-tailed eagle : ERNE
117. Coil in the yard : HOSE
118. Record : ENTER
119. Admiral's command : FLEET
120. The Big Board, for short : NYSE
121. Still-life subject : EWER
122. Seeder name : DEERE
123. Buffalo Bill : CODY
1. Adjective for Atlanta's Hartsfield airport : BUSIEST
2. Backslide : RELAPSE
3. Time of one's life : AGE
4. Sticky stuff : GOO
5. Deadens acoustically : DAMPS
6. Not leave one's mark : ERASE
7. Brushed (up) : BONED
8. Bring to bear : USE
9. Irritates : GETSTO
10. Hot pepper : CAYENNE
11. Presidential middle name : ALAN
12. One whose speech is halting : SENTRY
13. One tapped for a fraternity : KEG
14. Important pool shot? : CRITICALMASSE
15. Buff : POLISH
16. Carol opening : ADESTE
17. Discriminatory, in a way : SEXIST
18. Blair and Hamilton : LINDAS
23. Firmly secured : FAST
29. "High Hopes" lyricist : CAHN
30. "Veni," translated : ICAME
32. Chihuahua on TV : REN
33. ___'acte : ENTR
36. Intense : ACUTE
38. Council member in "Star Wars" : JEDI
39. Where the so-called "Roof of the World" is : NEPAL
41. Beat it : FLEE
42. Toreador's reward : EARS
43. Frank McCourt memoir : TIS
47. Not a news piece : OPED
48. City near Monterey Bay : SALINAS
50. G.P. grp. : AMA
51. Part of LIFO, in accounting : LASTIN
52. Be there : ATTEND
53. Not quite legit : SHADY
54. "Scream" genre : HORROR
55. Soft wool : ANGORA
56. Welcome words to a fight promoter? : YOUVEGOTMELEE
58. Tandoori-baked bread : NAN
59. Soapmaker's need : LYE
61. "Adios Muchachos," e.g. : TANGO
63. Riddle-me-___ : REE
65. Many e-mail starts : HIS
67. Big hairy one : APE
68. Prune : LOP
69. Subject to a fine, maybe : LATE
71. Engine part: Abbr. : CYL
72. Ike's opponent, twice : ADLAI
73. Polly, to Tom : AUNT
74. Distribute : METE
76. Not distribute : HOARD
77. Go ballistic : RANT
78. "___ Vadis?" : QUO
81. Need a bib : DROOL
83. MGM sound effect : ROAR
86. Defamation : SLANDER
87. Skirt feature : SLIT
90. Miss after marriage : MRS
91. Said without feeling : INTONED
92. "Laura" star, 1944 : TIERNEY
93. Many a swing band : SEPTET
94. "T. J. Hooker" actor James : DARREN
95. Notorious cow owner : OLEARY
96. Some motel accommodations : CABINS
97. Academy member : FELLOW
98. Left via ladder, say : ELOPED
99. Bearing : MIEN
102. Strike down : SMITE
103. Electric dart firer : TASER
104. Love lots : ADORE
107. Let up : EASE
111. "Evita" role : CHE
113. Bottom of some scales : ONE
114. Sgt.'s underling : PFC
115. "Evil Woman" band, for short : ELO

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