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SHOW ME THE MONEY

New York Times, Sunday, July 14, 2013

Author:
Daniel A. Finan
Editor:
Will Shortz
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Daniel A. Finan

This puzzle:

Rows: 21, Columns: 21 Words: 140, Blocks: 68 Missing: {QX} Scrabble average: 1.71 This is puzzle # 13 for Mr. Finan. NYT links: Across Lite PDF
Jim Horne notes:

The highlighted squares must be read S or C in one direction and I in the other. When those letters overlap, they create symbols for $ and ¢.

1
B
2
O
3
C
4
A
5
P
6
A
7
P
8
A
9
C
10
O
11
M
12
P
13
M
14
A
15
G
16
P
17
I
18
E
19
B
R
A
M
20
O
V
E
N
21
O
W
I
E
22
A
C
O
R
N
S
23
G
O
I
N
24
G
L
O
N
G
25
P
E
N
N
26
Y
S
T
O
C
K
S
27
U
N
H
E
R
O
I
C
28
Z
A
N
I
N
E
S
S
29
C
I
E
30
N
O
O
S
E
31
D
I
32
Z
Z
Y
33
M
A
L
E
34
J
E
N
S
35
N
I
A
36
S
L
I
T
37
E
N
L
38
S
A
P
39
A
40
G
H
A
S
41
T
42
S
P
O
43
S
44
A
45
T
E
46
L
E
C
O
47
M
48
P
L
A
C
E
B
49
O
50
I
P
A
S
51
S
52
R
O
C
K
I
E
53
R
54
S
A
N
S
55
A
B
56
I
T
57
C
H
O
58
C
59
O
R
A
N
G
E
60
E
D
D
61
F
L
O
S
62
F
R
I
L
L
63
S
64
E
S
T
A
S
65
D
O
L
L
A
66
R
S
A
N
D
C
E
67
N
T
S
68
N
69
O
70
B
I
S
71
S
A
Y
S
M
E
72
F
R
O
S
73
B
74
A
75
D
76
F
R
O
S
T
77
S
78
C
E
C
E
79
P
F
F
T
80
P
O
R
E
81
L
E
T
M
E
U
82
P
83
S
A
N
84
T
A
85
S
W
86
O
R
N
I
N
87
S
T
A
R
D
O
88
M
89
L
T
Y
R
90
S
91
O
N
E
D
A
Y
92
O
Y
S
93
P
A
94
N
95
K
I
C
96
K
97
S
S
R
98
P
99
O
M
S
100
M
A
N
Y
101
C
E
S
A
R
102
P
S
A
103
L
104
M
105
U
R
L
106
M
A
R
I
M
107
B
A
S
108
P
O
109
W
E
R
T
I
E
110
T
I
C
111
K
E
R
T
A
P
E
S
112
S
U
N
K
C
O
S
T
S
113
T
O
N
I
E
R
114
C
H
A
T
115
I
L
E
R
116
O
N
E
A
117
S
N
E
A
K
Y
118
S
O
M
E
119
C
A
R
P
120
M
G
R
S
© 2013, The New York TimesNo. 0714 ( 23,259 )
Across
1
City south of West Palm : BOCA
5
Old man : PAPA
9
Give for free, slangily : COMP
13
Heckle or Jeckle of cartoons : MAGPIE
19
Stoker who created Dracula : BRAM
20
Womb, jocularly : OVEN
21
Painful boo-boo : OWIE
22
Winter stash, of a sort : ACORNS
23
Investing in a growth company : GOINGLONG
25
High-risk investments : PENNYSTOCKS
27
Hardly parade-worthy, say : UNHEROIC
28
Antics : ZANINESS
29
Ltd., in Lille : CIE
30
Hanging piece : NOOSE
31
Like one trying to hit a piñata, often : DIZZY
33
Pronged, as an electrical plug : MALE
34
Norwegian P.M. Stoltenberg : JENS
35
Vardalos of "My Big Fat Greek Wedding" : NIA
36
Buttonhole, e.g. : SLIT
37
Big picture: Abbr. : ENL
38
Con target : SAP
39
Shocked : AGHAST
42
Bolognese bride : SPOSA
45
Sprint, e.g. : TELECOM
48
It should have no effect : PLACEBO
50
"No bid" : IPASS
52
Not so smooth : ROCKIER
54
Without : SANS
55
Somewhat : ABIT
57
One-third of Neapolitan ice cream: Abbr. : CHOC
59
Like the right third of Ireland's flag : ORANGE
60
Announcer Hall : EDD
61
Mrs. Capp and others : FLOS
62
Add-on features : FRILLS
64
"Cómo ___?" : ESTAS
65
Money ... or a hint to how six crossings in this puzzle are to be represented, superimposing one letter over another : DOLLARSANDCENTS
68
Ora pro ___ : NOBIS
71
Bully's coercive comeback : SAYSME
72
Places for picks, informally : FROS
73
Admonishment to a puppy : BAD
76
Ticks off : FROSTS
78
Gospel singer Winans : CECE
79
"That's nuthin'!" : PFFT
80
Bead maker? : PORE
81
Request from a guest over an apartment intercom : LETMEUP
83
Holiday attraction at a mall : SANTA
85
Inaugurated : SWORNIN
87
Fame : STARDOM
89
Astronomical distances: Abbr. : LTYRS
91
Eventually : ONEDAY
92
Yiddish laments : OYS
93
Faunus's Greek counterpart : PAN
95
Beef : KICK
97
Ukr., e.g., once : SSR
98
Certain lap dogs, informally : POMS
100
___ moons : MANY
101
French film award : CESAR
102
The shortest one has only two verses : PSALM
105
It appears at the top of a page : URL
106
Instruments played with mallets : MARIMBAS
108
Bit of corporate attire : POWERTIE
110
Quotation sources, once : TICKERTAPES
112
Unrecoverable investment expenses : SUNKCOSTS
113
More swanky : TONIER
114
Confab : CHAT
115
Robert of "The Sopranos" : ILER
116
Draft status : ONEA
117
Trying to pull a fast one : SNEAKY
118
Certain : SOME
119
Beef : CARP
120
Corp. V.I.P.'s : MGRS
Down
1
Pellet propeller : BBGUN
2
University town named after a Penobscot chief : ORONO
3
Some liquid assets : CASHONHAND
4
Ones unlikely to write memoirs? : AMNESIACS
5
Lacoste offering : POLO
6
Gets around : AVOIDS
7
#2s, e.g. : PENCILS
8
Director Lee : ANG
9
Patient's liability : COPAY
10
Wilson of "The Internship" : OWEN
11
Small role in "Austin Powers" movies : MINIME
12
Ticket to the World Series : PENNANT
13
En ___ : MASSE
14
Source of the line "Thy money perish with thee" : ACTS
15
Melted Popsicle, e.g. : GOO
16
Spot on a demand curve : PRICEPOINT
17
Fully blacken : INKIN
18
Half-kiss? : ESSES
24
Musical with the song "Summer Nights" : GREASE
26
"Old ___" : YELLER
28
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees from Texas : ZZTOP
32
"Not a peep!" : ZIPIT
34
Fool : JACKASS
38
What best friends keep : SECRETS
39
Church section : APSE
40
Song classic "___ to Be Unhappy" : GLAD
41
Kids' outdoor game : TBALL
43
Baptism, e.g. : SACRAMENT
44
Glowing : ASHINE
46
Head across the Atlantic : LOO
47
Big, in ads : MEGA
49
Ancient Greek coins : OBOLS
51
Convinced : SOLD
53
It's a legal thing : RES
56
Designer Mizrahi : ISAAC
58
See 62-Down : CLIFF
61
Australian beer brand : FOSTERS
62
With 58-Down, financial topic of 2012-13 : FISCAL
63
Feudal figures : SERFS
65
Horrifies : DISMAYS
66
Bar selections : RYES
67
___ alike : NOTWO
68
Texans are part of it, in brief : NFL
69
Certain bank deposits : ORES
70
Key business figure : BOTTOMLINE
73
AA or AAA, maybe : BONDRATING
74
Opera part : ARIA
75
Disavow : DENY
77
South of 79-Down? : SUD
79
See 77-Down : PARIS
80
Briefing spot : PRESSROOM
82
Warhol's specialty : POPART
84
Squirts : TYKES
86
Without a contract : ONSPEC
88
Crazies : MANIACS
90
Shoulder bone : SCAPULA
94
Lead-in to 88-Down : NYMPHO
96
Danish bread : KRONER
98
Plays miniature golf : PUTTS
99
Constellation next to Taurus : ORION
100
Unionize? : MARRY
101
Social level : CASTE
103
Bottle unit : LITER
104
Arizona sights : MESAS
106
Lamblike : MEEK
107
Ship's keel, e.g. : BEAM
109
Radio station on TV : WKRP
111
Automaker since 1974 : KIA
112
[as written] : SIC

Answer summary: 10 unique to this puzzle, 1 debuted here and reused later, 2 unique to Shortz Era but used previously.

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