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NYT Crossword Puzzle Answers New York Times Sunday 01/19/2014

NYT Crossword Puzzle Answers New York Times Sunday 01/19/2014

Across

1. Egyptian resurrection symbol : SCARAB
7. Ought to have, informally : SHOULDA
14. "Come on, help me out" : BE A PAL


20. Tropical juice type : PAPAYA
21. Weapon for 27-Across : HARPOON
22. Total : ENTIRE
23. Traffic cop's answer upon being asked "Describe your job"? [1975] : I CITE THE WRONGS (from “I Write the Songs”)
25. Certify : ATTEST
26. Fraternity letter : ETA
27. Fictional user of a 21-Across : AHAB
28. Follower of A, B or AB, informally : NEG
29. Positions in old monasteries : SCRIBES
30. Like some rollers after use : LINTY
32. Post-tornado highway detritus, perhaps? [1974] : RAFTER IN THE LANE (from “Laughter in the Rain”)
36. Scarlett's sister-in-law and best friend in "Gone With the Wind" : MELANIE
38. Brand : SEAR
39. Inter ___ : ALIA
40. Chilling : AT EASE
43. Big inits. in health products : GNC
44. Hub : NODE
47. Speck : DOT
48. Chemical compounds in tea : TANNINS
50. Remark about a female stoner? [1980] : SHE'S SO HIGH (from “He’s So Shy”)
55. Epitome of simplicity : ABC
56. Cracker brand : RITZ
58. Lose it : SNAP
59. DNA structure : STRANDS
63. British heads : LOOS
65. Jour's opposite : NUIT
67. Familia members : TIAS
69. Get closer : ZERO IN
70. Repeated cry accompanying a gavel hit : ORDER
72. Roast pig after a pig roast? [1956] : DOWNED HOG (from “Hound Dog”)
75. Stressed : TENSE
76. Fume : SEE RED
78. Close : NEAR
79. Base figs. : NCOS
81. ___' Pea : SWEE
82. Attempts : STRIVES
84. "If I ___ ..." : EVER
86. Moolah : KALE
88. See 9-Down : OAR
89. Napa Valley excursion, maybe? [1963] : FUN WINE DAY (from “One Fine Day”)
92. Sundry : DIVERSE
94. R&B's ___ Hill : DRU
97. Pulitzer-winning novelist Jennifer : EGAN
98. Java : JOE
100. Displayed for scoring, as in gin rummy : MELDED
101. Santa ___, Calif. : ROSA
103. Ghana neighbor : TOGO
106. Yes-men : AGREERS
108. Data request from a good ol' furnace repairman? [1953] : YOUR HEATIN’ CHART (from “Your Cheatin’ Heart”)
112. Regatta racer : YACHT
116. Believer in a strong centralized government : STATIST
117. Roulette, e.g. : JEU
118. On the job : AT IT
120. "Yoo-___" : HOO!
121. Not bankrupt : AFLOAT
122. Frontiersman awakening in a foul mood? [1969] : MAD BOONE RISING (from “Bad Moon Rising”)
126. About whom Nabokov said "She was like the composition of a beautiful puzzle - its composition and its solution at the same time" : LOLITA
127. Teed off : ANGERED
128. Marcos who collected shoes : IMELDA
129. Rendezvous : TRYSTS
130. Lawn care tools : WEEDERS
131. Some Civil War shots : SEPIAS

 Down

1. Long pitch : SPIEL
2. Dragon fruit plants : CACTI
3. Generating some buzz? : APIAN
4. Templeton, e.g., in "Charlotte's Web" : RAT
5. Words stated with a salute : AYE AYE,SIR
6. Setting for David's "The Death of Marat" : BATH
7. Everything being considered : SHEBANG
8. Bray part : HAW
9. Hockey great whose name is a homophone of 88-Across and 123- and 124-Down : ORR
10. Barely ahead : UP ONE
11. Recluses : LONERS
12. Pup : DOGGIE
13. True or false: Abbr. : ANS
14. Sun spot : BEACH
15. ___ nous : ENTRE
16. Supposed ancestor of Dracula : ATTILA
17. Spotted horse : PIEBALD
18. Big name in TV talk : ARSENIO
19. "Dig in!" : LET'S EAT!
24. ___-kiri : HARA
29. Old "From one beer lover to another" sloganeer : STROH’S
31. Fed : T-MAN
33. Dive shop rentals : FINS
34. PC whizzes : TECHS
35. iPod model : NANO
37. Name that starts a well-known "ism" : LENIN
40. Speechless : AT A LOSS
41. Backless seat for one : TABORET
42. Secret language device : ENCODER
45. Space cadet : DITZ
46. Marsh hunter : EGRET
49. Bit of jewelry : STUD
51. Input : ENTERED
52. Stated : SAID
53. Warren ___, baseball's winningest lefty : SPAHN
54. Flock : sheep :: drove : ___ : HARES
57. Jerusalem's Mount ___ : ZION
60. "Truthiness," e.g., before Stephen Colbert : NON-WORD
61. Etiologist's study : DISEASE
62. Had a haughty reaction : SNEERED
64. Line in writing : SERIF
66. Shopper in the juniors section, maybe : TWEEN
68. What may not come out in the wash? : SOCK
71. "Side by Side by Sondheim," e.g. : REVUE
73. Mass gathering site : NAVE
74. Push : GOAD
77. Leader after Mao : DENG
80. Guck : SLIME
83. Try to hit, as a fly : SWAT AT
85. Indian head : RAJAH
87. Like clockwork : EVERY TIME
90. Trying to break a tie, say : IN OT
91. Spa class : YOGA
93. "Lohengrin" lass : ELSA
94. Cure, in a way : DRY SALT
95. Support : ROOT FOR
96. As a rule : USUALLY
99. To-dos : ERRANDS
102. Stella ___ (beer) : ARTOIS
104. 1997 Demi Moore title role : GI JANE
105. Jittery : ON EDGE
107. Cigar butt? : -ETTE
109. Singer John with the 1988 title track "Slow Turning" : HIATT
110. "Cómo ___?" : ESTAS
111. Like beef for fondue : CUBED
113. Dish in a bowl : CHILI
114. Odyssey maker : HONDA
115. Features of much Roman statuary : TOGAS
119. Georgia O'Keeffe subject : IRIS
122. Gullet : MAW
123. See 9-Down : ORE
124. See 9-Down : O’ER
125. Pennant race mo. : SEP

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