Minggu, 10 Juli 2011

07.10 Sun (calendar)

July 10, 2011
Merl Reagle

[Note: This is the puzzle that appears in the Sunday L.A. Times newspaper. If you don't get the paper, you can find the puzzle here. Scroll down to see today's syndicated puzzle.]

Theme: "Ra-puns-el" — Each theme answer is a possible puntastic name for a hair salon.

Theme answers:

  • 23A: Name for a salon (DYE HAPPY).
  • 24A: Name for a salon (HAIR SHE BLOWS).
  • 29A: Name for a salon (CALIFORNIA CURLS).
  • 44A: Name for a salon (TOTALLY CLIPS).
  • 48A: Name for a salon (COMB ON OVER).
  • 60A: Name for a salon (SHEAR ELEGANCE).
  • 68A: Name for a salon (THE COIFETERIA).
  • 84A: Name for a salon (MANE STREET).
  • 86A: Name for a salon (SOPHISTICUTS).
  • 98A: Name for a salon (SCARLETT O'HAIRAS).
  • 106A/111A: Name for a salon (HANNAH AND HER / SCISSORS).
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Everything Else 1A: Tiny bit (JOT); 4A: "But wait, there's more" ("PLUS"); 8A: 1950s Top 40 hit, "La ___" (BAMBA); 13A: Leggy swimmers (OCTOPI); 19A: Freeway feature (EXIT RAMP); 21A: Eve or Elizabeth (ARDEN); 22A: Distressed (PAINED); 26A: Skeleton preceder (EXO-); 27A: Water gate? (TAP); 28A: Translates as (MEANS); 34A: In a proper manner (DULY); 38A: Turner et al. (LANAS); 39A: Out of the bus. (RET.); 40A: Dined on (HAD); 41A: Trial setting (VENUE); 42A: Utah city (OREM); 43A: Draft pick? (ALE); 51A: Watchful one (EYER); 52A: Life, in Lille (VIE); 53A: 2001 film bio (ALI); 54A: Photoengraving of a simple drawing (LINE CUT); 56A: Actress Helgenberger, or a weight unit backward (MARG); 57A: Fleming et al. (IANS); 58A: Take temporarily (LEASE); 63A: Daffy Duck has one (LISP); 66A: Blender brand (OSTER); 67A: Retired fliers (SST'S); 72A: Long tales (EPICS); 76A: Recount piece in December 2000 (CHAD); 77A: Alamo rival (AVIS); 78A: Cruel ones (SADISTS); 81A: Lingerie buy (BRA); 82A: Bobby of hockey (ORR); 83A: Something to work on: abbr. (PROJ.); 91A: Kick stand? (TEE); 92A: Language that gave us "galore" (ERSE); 93A: Aviary sound (TWEET); 94A: Scrooge sentiment (BAH); 95A: Participant in a pantry raid (ANT); 96A: Roasting rods (SPITS); 97A: Garcia of "Ocean's Eleven" (ANDY); 103A: "Meet John Doe" director (CAPRA); 104A: Alley prowler (TOM); 105A: Island souvenir (LEI); 116A: Olympic swimmer Matt (BIONDI); 117A: Draw a bead on (AIM AT); 118A: "Buck Privates" co-star (COSTELLO); 119A: Type of spider creation (ORB WEB); 120A: Lens types (ZOOMS); 121A: Tiny bit (IOTA); 122A: Subj. of a James Randi challenge (ESP); 1D: Elly May's pa (JED); 2D: Petroleum giant's stock symbol (OXY); 3D: Place for a tack (TIE); 4D: Translation of an idea into action (PRAXIS); 5D: The ___ luxury (LAP OF); 6D: Officiate, briefly (UMP); 7D: Plant of a sort (SPY); 8D: Persian religion (BAHAI); 9D: Sun-dance Indian (ARAPAHO); 10D: Start of the 16th century (MDI); 11D: ___ shorts (BERMUDA); 12D: Goose genus (ANSER); 13D: Begins on Broadway (OPENS); 14D: Sights on Broadway (CABS); 15D: No later than (TIL); 16D: Palindromic artist (ONO); 17D: Church seat (PEW); 18D: Nametags, e.g. (ID'S); 20D: It was sure to go (THE LAMB); 25D: Jack Black title role (HAL); 27D: Amatol ingredient (TNT); 29D: King of pop (CAROLE); 30D: Lack of get-up-and-go (ANEMIA); 31D: Acrylic fabric (ORLON); 32D: TV Superman George (REEVES); 33D: Ailurophobe's fear (CAT); 34D: Three-county state: abbr. (DEL.); 35D: Early computer (UNIVAC); 36D: Wolflike (LUPINE); 37D: Encouraging responses (YESES); 38D: From here (LOCAL); 41D: TiVo precursor (VCR); 43D: "Wheel of Fortune" purchase, perhaps (AN I); 44D: Most faithful (TRUEST); 45D: Faithful, to a Scot (LEAL); 46D: Instruments for Sappho (LYRES); 47D: Slangy safecrackers (YEGGS); 49D: Obtained from oil (OLEIC); 50D: Reverberates (ECHOES); 55D: Poet Allen and actress Sharon (TATES); 56D: Yucatan's capital (MERIDA); 57D: Dirty Harry's rank: abbr. (INSP.); 59D: Snow runner (SLED); 61D: Butts again (RERAMS); 62D: "This is only ___" (A TEST); 64D: Flies high (SOARS); 65D: Rotating point (PIVOT); 68D: Bucked off (THROWN); 69D: Insisted (on) (HARPED); 70D: Suva is its capital (FIJI); 71D: "___ mountain high enough ..." (AIN'T NO); 73D: European peninsula (IBERIA); 74D: Family emblems (CRESTS); 75D: Overfills (SATES); 76D: ___ Rica (COSTA); 79D: "His eye ___ every precious thing" (Job 28:10) (SEETH); 80D: Half a fly (TSE); 83D: Poe chamber (PIT); 85D: Sinatra's 1960s record label (REPRISE); 87D: "You there!" ("HEY!"); 88D: Semi communicator (CB RADIO); 89D: "Friendly Skies" co. (UAL); 90D: What top athletes make? (THE TEAM); 95D: Source of quick cash (ATM); 96D: Rest of the day? (SIESTA); 98D: Sir, in old India (SAHIB); 99D: Books reviewer: abbr. (CPA); 100D: Ball partner (ARNAZ); 101D: Legal wrongs (TORTS); 102D: Select group (A-LIST); 103D: Aqua or motor ending (-CADE); 106D: Where to see "Game of Thrones" (HBO); 107D: Broadcast (AIR); 108D: San Francisco's ___ Hill (NOB); 109D: Certain direction, briefly (NNW); 110D: Grp. with co-pays (HMO); 111D: Astron., e.g. (SCI.); 112D: Dove sound (COO); 113D: Ensenada encouragement (OLÉ); 114D: Literary monogram (RLS); 115D: Soak (up) (SOP).

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