York Times Crossword Answers 26 January 2014 Sunday

For the sake of completion, here is a full listing of all the answers:
Across
1. Apply quickly : SLAP ON
7. Wall ___ : STREET
13. Gringos’ land : EL NORTE
20. Place with wheels and deals : CASINO
21. Summit planner : SHERPA
22. Worse : LOUSIER
23. Woodworking tool : RIP SAW
24. Untrustworthy sort : WEASEL
25. What players do at the start of a game of tag : SCATTER
26. Some bling : ICE
27. One for the “no” column : NAY
29. Most Cypriots, ethnically : GREEKS
31. Massages : KNEADS
32. Like some eagles and tires : BALD
34. Li’l Abner’s surname : YOKUM
36. Company with the Havoline brand : TEXACO
38. Notre dame, e.g. : ELLE
39. Valdez of coffee advertising : JUAN
40. Period of the Cenozoic Era : NEOGENE
42. Language suffix : -ESE
45. Servings of mashed potatoes, e.g. : GLOBS
47. Writer Kipling : RUDYARD
48. Let go : AXED
49. Cynic Bierce who once defined “alone” as “in bad company” : AMBROSE
52. Swear off : FORGO
53. Potentially dangerous : SKETCHY
55. Sapling : TREELET
56. Relax : EASE UP
58. Goes in : ENTERS
59. Stairway post : NEWEL
60. Twinkie filler : CREME
62. “Back to the Future” villains : LIBYANS
64. Amo : I love :: ___ : I hate : ODI
65. “The Merry Drinker” painter : HALS
66. Pop singer Del Rey : LANA
67. In need of a lift : SAD
70. “Adoration” subjects in a Leonardo painting : THE MAGI
74. Maine college : BATES
75. Irish county and seaport : SLIGO
77. Have troops in : OCCUPY
79. [What a bore] : SNOOZE
81. Martin Sheen’s real family name : ESTEVEZ
83. Tops off? : BEHEADS
85. Pam of “Jackie Brown” : GRIER
86. Takeout choice : CHINESE
87. All riled up : IRED
88. Part of London where Eliza Doolittle is from : EAST END
90. One side of an 1899-1902 war : BOERS
91. Smidgen : TAD
92. Source of ivory : WARTHOG
93. Uzbekistan’s ___ Sea : ARAL
94. About a quarter of the population of Sicily lives on its slopes : ETNA
98. Title girl in a Chuck Berry hit : NADINE
99. Make enforceable : ENACT
100. Opportunity : SHOT
101. Learn well : ABSORB
104. Take blows for : SHIELD
107. A line in an A-line? : HEM
109. Punk offshoot : EMO
110. Be supported by : STAND ON
112. Movie director who was himself the subject of a 1994 movie : ED WOOD
114. Gold-medal gymnast Mary Lou : RETTON
116. Powell’s successor on the Supreme Court : KENNEDY
117. Some starting help : A LEG UP
118. “Keep going!” : ENCORE!
119. Love to hate? : ANTONYM
120. Canon parts : TENETS
121. On the receiving end of a Dear John letter : DUMPED

Down
1. Writer of old : SCRIBE
2. Secular : LAICAL
3. See 51-Down : (UNDER) A SPELL
4. Gumshoes : PIS
5. ___ empty stomach : ON AN
6. 73-Down, relatively : NO WAY, JOSE!
7. Denver-to-Albuquerque dir. : SSW
8. See 52-Down : (UNDER) THE GUN
9. Break a peace treaty, say : RE-ARM
10. Gaelic tongue : ERSE
11. Lunging sport : EPEE
12. 93-Down, relatively : TALK TO YOU LATER
13. Lines to Wrigley Field : ELS
14. See 82-Down : (UNDER) LOCK AND KEY
15. Fine point : NUANCE
16. Bone: Prefix : OSTEO-
17. Moreno of “West Side Story” : RITA
18. Ticked (off) : TEED
19. Goofs : ERRS
28. “Yessiree!” : YOU BETCHA!
30. Dreamcast maker : SEGA
33. Résumé datum : DEGREE
35. ___ in kangaroo : K AS
37. Boomers’ kids : XERS
40. Sip on : NURSE
41. Limit : EDGE
42. 95-Down, relatively : EXCESSIVE
43. “___ gut” : SEHR
44. Breyers alternative : EDY’S
46. Rest in a hammock, say : LOLL
47. Wanders : ROAMS
48. Abbr. at the start of a memo : ATTN
49. He’s 2, for one : AT NO
50. He “will never speak unless he has something to say,” in a song : MR ED
51. 3-Down, relatively : BEWITCHED
52. 8-Down, relatively : FEELING THE HEAT
54. “Bambi” doe : ENA
57. Air freshener scent : PINE
61. Cleaner’s supply : RAGS
63. One who might yell “Go home!” : BASE COACH
66. Rested in a hammock, say : LAZED
68. Gets up there : AGES
69. Nap : DOZE
71. Taking a certain tone : HUED
72. Fuel economy authority, for short : EPA
73. See 6-Down : (OVER) MY DEAD BODY
74. Cartoon sound : BOING!
75. Hubbub : STIR
76. Macros, e.g. : LENSES
77. Words of remembrance, briefly : OBIT
78. Michael of “Arrested Development” : CERA
80. McFlurry flavor : OREO
82. 14-Down, relatively : SHELTERED
84. Indian wrap : SARI
89. Depots: Abbr. : STNS
90. Built-in part of a tank top, maybe : BRA
92. Block party? : WARDEN
93. See 12-Down : (OVER) AND OUT
95. See 42-Down : (OVER) THE TOP
96. “Make it stop!” : NO MORE!
97. Observed Yom Kippur : ATONED
98. Italian grandpa : NONNO
99. Funeral delivery of old : ELOGE
101. “___ stupid question …” : ASK A
102. Vitamin a.k.a. para-aminobenzoic acid : B-TEN
103. Director Gus Van ___ : SANT
105. In a hammock, maybe : IDLE
106. Gershwin biographer David : EWEN
108. Many a Yelp link : MENU
111. Big Apple N.L. team : NYM
113. Fielding feats: Abbr. : DPS
115. Cable inits. for a cinephile : TCM

York Times Crossword Answers 26 January 2014 Sunday

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