Crossword Puzzle Info

New York Times – Sep 23 2018

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Across
1. Accents to tuxedos : STUDS
6. Leader in a robe : EMIR
10. Stinger : WASP
14. Wind-borne seed : SPORE
19. “Sesame Street” figure : ERNIE
20. “Long live …!” : VIVA
21. Western ski resort : ALTA
22. N.F.L.’s Kaepernick : COLIN
23. Where 68-Across is permanently housed : LOSANGELES
25. How 122-Across is usually described : SURREALIST
27. Hoses connect to them : FUELTANKS
28. Curiosity or Opportunity : MARSROVER
29. Imperial ___ (bar orders) : IPAS
30. Pill alternative, for short : IUD
31. Vegas inits. : MGM
34. Rug rat : TOT
35. Blood parts : SERA
36. It may be a shocker : EEL
37. Hawaiian for “appetizer” : PUPU
38. Sum to : ARE
39. Sport-___ (off-roaders) : UTES
41. Recipe amt. : TSP
42. Ones making the grade, for short? : TAS
43. Triangular snacks : DORITOS
46. D.J. ___ tha Kyd : SYD
48. Time for pampering oneself : MEDAY
51. Lightly bite : NIPAT
52. Dogie catcher : REATA
56. Invisible lures : AROMAS
58. Thither : YON
59. Writer with an interest in cryptography : POE
61. Idiot, in slang : NIMROD
62. Not cooped up : CAGEFREE
64. Sigh of relief : AAH
66. Experimental writing? : LABNOTES
68. 1929 work that is the theme of this puzzle, with “The” : TREACHERYOFIMAGES
71. Short : TERSE
73. “Our” side in a sci-fi battle : HUMANRACE
74. Mild cheeses : EDAMS
77. AAA line: Abbr. : RTE
78. California wine city : LODI
79. Nickname for the Philadelphia Eagles stadium, with “the” : LINC
81. Falsity : LIE
82. Lake that’s the source of the Mississippi : ITASCA
85. With 96- and 105-Across, how 122-Across explained the subject of this puzzle : ITSJUST
89. Tops : ATMOST
92. Bests in a Fourth of July hot dog contest, say : OUTEATS
94. Irony or hyperbole : TROPE
95. MI6 R&D division in 007 novels : QBRANCH
96. See 85-Across : AREPRESENTATION
99. Certain laundry appliance : GASDRYER
101. Three ___ of the Wheel of Dharma (Buddhist concept) : TURNINGS
104. Lead-in to cab : PEDI
105. See 85-Across : ISITNOT
109. Spanish greeting : HOLA
111. Quantity of eggs : ONEDOZEN
115. ___-green : PEA
116. Prosy : UNPOETIC
120. Place for works that are in the works … or what the message formed by the connected letters is? : PIPELINE
121. Houston-based petroleum giant, informally : OXY
122. Creator of 68-Across : MAGRITTE
123. Established figures? : SETRATES
124. Drying-out woe, for short : DTS
125. “Whew!” elicitor : NEARMISS

Down
1. Modern pic : SELFIE
2. Moving company? : TROUPE
3. Open : UNSEAL
4. Set in a cockpit : DIALS
5. Mailed : SENT
6. Tie, as a score : EVENUP
7. Caramel morsel from Hershey : MILKDUD
8. Composer of the “Concord” Sonata : IVES
9. Dorm V.I.P.s : RAS
10. “Time ___ …” : WAS
11. Grad : ALUM
12. Cloud type : STRATUS
13. Pirate’s pet : PARROT
14. Lasting reminder : SCAR
15. Some pullovers : POLOS
16. Michigan college or its town : OLIVET
17. Choir stands : RISERS
18. Snare : ENTRAP
24. Julius Caesar’s first name : GAIUS
26. ___ Park, Colo. : ESTES
31. Kind of sauce : MARINARA
32. Camera crane operator : GRIP
33. Something that shouldn’t be mixed : METAPHOR
37. How to get the permit, say : PAYAFEE
40. Shot deliverer : SYRINGE
42. Circus employees : TAMERS
44. Palindromic musician : ONO
45. Palindromic tribe : OTO
47. Showed, informally : DEMOED
48. Bub : MAC
49. Big stretch : ERA
50. Milk-Bone, e.g. : DOGTREAT
53. Cultural gathering : ARTSALON
54. Boot part : TOE
55. Scores after deuces, informally : ADS
57. Tijuana title: Abbr. : SRA
58. Violinist Menuhin : YEHUDI
60. Draw out : ELICIT
61. Org. with a June draft : NBA
63. Call back? : ECHO
65. ___ Rand Institute : AYN
67. “I agree fully!” : AMEN
69. Broadcast antennas, e.g. : EMITTERS
70. Bit of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” : FALSETTO
71. Witches in “Macbeth,” e.g. : TRIO
72. Words upon a shocked realization : ETTU
75. Form 1099-___ : MISC
76. Actor Green : SETH
78. “See ya!” : LATER
80. Plane area : CABIN
83. Beach house owner : SEASIDER
84. ID : CARD
86. Graduating grp. : SRS
87. Cawfee : JOE
88. Channel that aired “Moesha” : UPN
90. Half-Betazoid “Star Trek” character : TROI
91. German city with a Pennsylvania namesake : MANNHEIM
93. Dangerous job : SPY
95. Play period: Abbr. : QTR
97. French queens : REINES
98. Fall : AUTUMN
99. Figure in the “Arabian Nights” : GENIE
100. Virtuosic : ADEPT
102. 2018 biopic with a 0% rating on Rotten Tomatoes : GOTTI
103. Narrow cuts : SLITS
104. Boston ___ : POPS
106. Device outmoded by smartphones : IPOD
107. Unusual feature of 68-Across : TEXT
108. Second side to vote : NAYS
110. Nails : ACES
112. Suffix with Motor : OLA
113. Unsightly spot : ZIT
114. Chemical ending : ENE
117. Scottish denial : NAE
118. Tour grp. : PGA
119. Winner of a record eight N.H.L. Norris Trophies : ORR