The New York Times Crossword For Cheaters

Because You're Impatient, and This is Faster than Rex Parker
Dec 20
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(clues below are all sloppy/out of order from quick copy-paste, sorry).  PS, rebus down the middle, “ho ho ho” etc.

1 Hog lovers 7 Cheesy snack 11 Bad sport 20 Kind of valve in the heart 21 Potato source 22 Begin 23 Like some chocolat 24 Prefix with -logy 25 Witnesses giving written testimony 26 Barbecue sound 27 Wrap up by 29 Round dances 31 Bother no end 32 Symbol of strength 34 Repeat calls? 36 N.F.L. coach with a perfect 17-0 record in 1972 38 Like preowned cars 40 Spin-producing tennis shot 41 Like Silly Putty 44 Neat as ___ 46 Oslo’s land: Abbr. 47 Wave off 49 Fulminate (against) 50 Gets ready to go out in the cold 53 Book in which the destruction of Samaria is foreseen 54 Gang brawl 56 Violent behavior, in British slang 57 It means a lot to Jorge 59 Oktoberfest souvenir 61 Candied holiday serving 62 Former Toyota 64 Pacific salmon 66 Invited to one’s penthouse, say69 Cry when a surprise guest arrives 73 Stuck, after “in” 77 Having bristles 79 View from a beach house 80 Elizabeth Ann and others 82 With 83-Down, early learning aid 85 Greases 87 Egypt’s Mubarak 89 Like some fireplaces 90 Warm blanket material 92 Virile 94 Answered the phone 97 G.M. or G.E. 98 Top-Sider, e.g. 101 1501, on a monument 102 TV’s Science Guy and others 103 Abscond 105 Sound: Prefix 106 Memorable parties 108 Cracks up 109 Regis Philbin, e.g. 111 Stretchy 114 Admit 116 Bug-B-Gon maker 117 Beginning 119 Code-cracking org. 120 Without delay 123 Venerable 125 Georges Braque, for one 127 Fruitcake flavorings 128 Wanderers 129 Throat soother 130 Boot camp pals 70 Stick in the water? 71 Pops 72 Three French ___ 74 December 25 answer to 69-Across? 75 Anoint with sacred oil, old-style 76 Early PC interface 78 QB Manning 81 Archaic verb ending 82 Javelins and Hornets, e.g. 83 See 82-Across 84 Father ___ 86 Succeeded at musical chairs 88 Poet’s foot 91 Paintbrushes and such 93 It’s worth 100 smackers 95 Lays off 96 Manners of speaking 99 Cries of pain 100 U.S.N. rank 104 A couple of people may work in it 107 Subject for Galileo 109 Leaves for a buffet? 110 Ring figures 112 Joe Jackson’s “___ Really Going Out With Him?” 113 Phoebe of “Gremlins” 114 Neeson of “Rob Roy” 115 Single-named supermodel 116 Siouan speaker 118 It’s closed on Dec. 25 121 “Let’s call ___ night” 122 Lawyer: Abbr. 124 “Aladdin” monkey 126 Neck wrap 68 “Hooked on Classics” record company 132 Plumbers’ drain openers 1 Banquo in Verdi’s “Macbeth,” e.g. 2 2008 documentary about the national debt 3 December 25 answer to 69-Across? 4 U.F.O. fliers 5 Choir supports 6 Act opener 7 Basketry palm 8 “We’ve got ___!” 9 Rum Tum Tugger, for one 10 Greeting from 74-Down 11 Tabs in the fridge? 12 Buried treasures 13 Open indelicately 14 Maniacal leader? 15 Schedule of TV programs 16 Mild chili designation 17 Song whose subject is encouraged to “hurry down the chimney tonight” 18 Singer James 19 What remains 28 Apollo’s birthplace 30 Towers’ attachments 33 Grape graspers 35 Includes in an e-mailing 36 ___ Na Na 37 Rustic excursions 39 Bongo, e.g. 41 Wrap fully 42 Country singer McCann 43 K-6 sch. designation 44 By surprise 45 Sound of the Northwest 48 D.D.E. opponent 51 ___ cit. (footnote abbr.) 52 One reaching a goal? 55 “Burma Looks Ahead” author 58 Bossy types? 60 Listener 63 Mass production figure? 65 C.I.S. members, once 67 Whom psychiatrists see 70 Stick in the water?

(clues below are all sloppy/out of order from quick copy-paste, sorry).  PS, rebus down the middle, “ho ho ho” etc.

1 Hog lovers
7 Cheesy snack
11 Bad sport
20 Kind of valve in the heart
21 Potato source
22 Begin
23 Like some chocolat
24 Prefix with -logy
25 Witnesses giving written testimony
26 Barbecue sound
27 Wrap up by
29 Round dances
31 Bother no end
32 Symbol of strength
34 Repeat calls?
36 N.F.L. coach with a perfect 17-0 record in 1972 
38 Like preowned cars
40 Spin-producing tennis shot
41 Like Silly Putty
44 Neat as ___
46 Oslo’s land: Abbr.
47 Wave off
49 Fulminate (against)
50 Gets ready to go out in the cold
53 Book in which the destruction of Samaria is
foreseen
54 Gang brawl
56 Violent behavior, in British slang
57 It means a lot to Jorge
59 Oktoberfest souvenir
61 Candied holiday serving
62 Former Toyota
64 Pacific salmon
66 Invited to one’s penthouse, say69 Cry when a surprise guest arrives
73 Stuck, after “in”
77 Having bristles
79 View from a beach house
80 Elizabeth Ann and others
82 With 83-Down, early learning aid
85 Greases
87 Egypt’s Mubarak
89 Like some fireplaces
90 Warm blanket material
92 Virile
94 Answered the phone
97 G.M. or G.E.
98 Top-Sider, e.g.
101 1501, on a monument
102 TV’s Science Guy and others
103 Abscond
105 Sound: Prefix
106 Memorable parties
108 Cracks up
109 Regis Philbin, e.g.
111 Stretchy
114 Admit
116 Bug-B-Gon maker
117 Beginning
119 Code-cracking org.
120 Without delay
123 Venerable
125 Georges Braque, for one
127 Fruitcake flavorings
128 Wanderers
129 Throat soother
130 Boot camp pals
70 Stick in the water?
71 Pops
72 Three French ___
74 December 25 answer to 69-Across?
75 Anoint with sacred oil, old-style
76 Early PC interface
78 QB Manning
81 Archaic verb ending
82 Javelins and Hornets, e.g.
83 See 82-Across
84 Father ___
86 Succeeded at musical chairs
88 Poet’s foot
91 Paintbrushes and such
93 It’s worth 100 smackers
95 Lays off
96 Manners of speaking
99 Cries of pain
100 U.S.N. rank
104 A couple of people may work in it
107 Subject for Galileo
109 Leaves for a buffet?
110 Ring figures
112 Joe Jackson’s “___ Really Going Out With Him?”
113 Phoebe of “Gremlins”
114 Neeson of “Rob Roy”
115 Single-named supermodel
116 Siouan speaker
118 It’s closed on Dec. 25 
121 “Let’s call ___ night”
122 Lawyer: Abbr.
124 “Aladdin” monkey
126 Neck wrap
68 “Hooked on Classics” record company
132 Plumbers’ drain openers
1 Banquo in Verdi’s “Macbeth,” e.g.
2 2008 documentary about the national debt
3 December 25 answer to 69-Across?
4 U.F.O. fliers
5 Choir supports
6 Act opener
7 Basketry palm
8 “We’ve got ___!”
9 Rum Tum Tugger, for one
10 Greeting from 74-Down
11 Tabs in the fridge?
12 Buried treasures
13 Open indelicately
14 Maniacal leader?
15 Schedule of TV programs
16 Mild chili designation
17 Song whose subject is encouraged to “hurry down
the chimney tonight”
18 Singer James
19 What remains
28 Apollo’s birthplace
30 Towers’ attachments
33 Grape graspers
35 Includes in an e-mailing
36 ___ Na Na
37 Rustic excursions
39 Bongo, e.g.
41 Wrap fully
42 Country singer McCann
43 K-6 sch. designation
44 By surprise
45 Sound of the Northwest
48 D.D.E. opponent
51 ___ cit. (footnote abbr.)
52 One reaching a goal?
55 “Burma Looks Ahead” author
58 Bossy types?
60 Listener
63 Mass production figure?
65 C.I.S. members, once
67 Whom psychiatrists see
70 Stick in the water?

Dec 19
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NY Times, Sat, Dec 20, 2008"The Mod Squad" co-starCity near the Wasatch MountainsReef predatorKeep from being boredCapitoline Museums localeBeginnings of hedges?BackingWoman’s loose-fitting garment with flared legsGame played on an 81-square boardArchitecture that gets to the point?From square oneLike some cakes and hairToken that you’re takenIt helps a culture advanceLeague partCertain air currentOne of a notorious pair in GenesisArcticWhen the beat goes on … and on … and on?Presidential first nameManeuver gentlyBrontë classicIt has things you want to seeFrequent ad-libber on “The Steve Allen Show”Least definiteZoot-suited, sayPrefix with car"Man!"Vexes, with “at”1960s dance showcased on “Laugh-In”Aspirin pioneer HoffmannMac user’s motivationReverseReverse, e.g.Able to stand the heat?Trans-Siberian Railroad stopPart of a Latin trioPeople: PrefixGrp. formed in Bogotá in 1948Connecticut delegate to the Continental CongressClassic name in copiersAustralian exportOne-named film star of the 1930s-’60s”___ Rose” (song from “The Music Man”)One of two in Canada?Broadway play with the role of Emperor Joseph IINeighbor of the CaucasusBart Simpson’s prank call victimBloodMaroon___ 360Object of many an appraisalUnits of a chain with links?Onetime bodyguard of Muhammad Ali and Michael JacksonJock in “Archie” comicsOrion’s left footSubject of many a billet-douxWorld capital long beset by civil unrestLucky mystiqueBirthplace of Yves Saint LaurentThreadsSoviet sub classTime after le soleil setsOne likely to leave things out?Papal capesScience concerned with agingOrg. with the Eddie Eagle safety programElectQuantity of peanut butterMissionsTrying to get homeIt’s put on before pulling away

NY Times, Sat, Dec 20, 2008

"The Mod Squad" co-star
City near the Wasatch Mountains
Reef predator
Keep from being bored
Capitoline Museums locale
Beginnings of hedges?
Backing
Woman’s loose-fitting garment with flared legs
Game played on an 81-square board
Architecture that gets to the point?
From square one
Like some cakes and hair
Token that you’re taken
It helps a culture advance
League part
Certain air current
One of a notorious pair in Genesis
Arctic
When the beat goes on … and on … and on?
Presidential first name
Maneuver gently
Brontë classic
It has things you want to see
Frequent ad-libber on “The Steve Allen Show”
Least definite
Zoot-suited, say
Prefix with car
"Man!"
Vexes, with “at”
1960s dance showcased on “Laugh-In”
Aspirin pioneer Hoffmann
Mac user’s motivation
Reverse
Reverse, e.g.
Able to stand the heat?
Trans-Siberian Railroad stop
Part of a Latin trio
People: Prefix
Grp. formed in Bogotá in 1948
Connecticut delegate to the Continental Congress
Classic name in copiers
Australian export
One-named film star of the 1930s-’60s
”___ Rose” (song from “The Music Man”)
One of two in Canada?
Broadway play with the role of Emperor Joseph II
Neighbor of the Caucasus
Bart Simpson’s prank call victim
Blood
Maroon
___ 360
Object of many an appraisal
Units of a chain with links?
Onetime bodyguard of Muhammad Ali and Michael Jackson
Jock in “Archie” comics
Orion’s left foot
Subject of many a billet-doux
World capital long beset by civil unrest
Lucky mystique
Birthplace of Yves Saint Laurent
Threads
Soviet sub class
Time after le soleil sets
One likely to leave things out?
Papal capes
Science concerned with aging
Org. with the Eddie Eagle safety program
Elect
Quantity of peanut butter
Missions
Trying to get home
It’s put on before pulling away

Dec 15
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