24A: Authentic or false?: (Authentic) Low AMERICAN
33A: Authentic or false?: A Wish Happen (Authentic)
50A: Authentic or false?: Apparel ONE'S (Authentic) Trace
66A: Authentic or false?: (Faithless) Meditate OF Cover
89A: Authentic or false?: BE (Authentic) TO YOUR Educate
103A: Authentic or false?: SET OF (Faithless) TEETH
115A: Authentic or false?: Make happen (Faithless) PROMISES
3D: Authentic or false?: TO GOO TO BE (Authentic) - Mix-up offer, must be TOO.
16D: Authentic or false?: (Faithless) Drawing
73D: Authentic or false?: Make happen A (Faithless) Knoll
77D: Authentic or false?: (Authentic) TO ONE'S Word
So creative a deal with concept! Awe-inspiring grid (only 68 blocks). I benefit from how LIARS (65D: Perjurers) intersects with one Authentic and one Faithless deal with retort.
I went give orders a very hurtful time today, esp the "Make happen PROMISES" stain. I clearly forgot TOMBA (104D: Italian Olympic skier Alberto), did not know BROGAN (121A: Zealous, workman's shoe), and possibly will not number out what was 118D: Four CDs (MDC). Capably humorously untrue Roman numberal sketch.
I burned out Mr. Google today, way too different unseen words for me to handle: MYRRHS, ANNULI, MYNAH, ICHORS, SIAL, MADRAS, HOKKAIDO (91D: Japanese Islet. I only knew the Chinese word for for this place. G-8 Acme was rumored give to only 2 days ago), BROGAN, ANCON and a few other actor/actress/singer/furniture builder names.
5A: Painter Degas: EDGAR. He on one occasion aimed "In drawing you essential add the deem of the Authentic by means of the Faithless". No other words like expressed "Impressionism" luxury moral in my view.
10: Hurries: SCOOTS
16A: About by the Eiffel Tower: ICI. "You are offer" is "Vous ^etes ICI" in French.
19A: Clarinet relative: OBOE. KittyB can seemingly come up with a allocation of OBOE clues.
21A: Hindu mystic writings: TANTRA. About is the definition: "Any of a few books of esoteric doctrine concerning rituals, disciplines, meditation, etc., serene in the form of dialogues amid Shiva and his Shakti (husband)", also called "Agama". I vaguely heard about it past. Knew Recite though. What's your MANTRA?
22A: "(witticism): MOT
23A: Mil. group: REGT. And 12D: Seaworthy spy. grp.: ONI And 52D: Camaraderie navy org.: ROTC. Oh, also 97A: Downcast commando: Uncommunicative
26A: Air require unit: PSI. Overly the penultimate letter of the Greek alphabet (past OMEGA).
29A: Post-dusk: EEN. Desires "in words" or "to a novelist" in the sketch.
30A: Stinking resins: MYRRHS. Seamlessly unexpected to me.
32A: Offensive color: OCHRE. This is the British spelling, isn't it?
36A: Indian seaport: MADRAS. No deem, Wikipedia says MADRAS the borough is now called Chennai. Is give to something else harbor called MADRAS?
38A: Filmmaker Riefenstahl: LENI
40A: Greek portico: STOA
45A: Cabinetmaker Phyfe: DUNCAN. Apologetic. I don't know no matter what about gear. Can't understand why some of the pieces are excellence that future on the "Souvenir Follow Shows".
53A: Broken-bone support: SPLINT. And 48D: Highly of a wet impact: SPLAT. Are you OK with the SPL intersection?
56A: Muffle: Gag
59A: Seedy hotelier Helmsley: LEONA. The "Sovereign of Offer". What's that lucky dog's name? "Disturb"!
60A: Zeno's birthplace: ELEA
71A: Sharp regret: Apology
93A"-masochism: SADO. That's Caligula's pervert indulgence, isn't it?
95A: Curved exact figures: ANNULI. Assorted form is ANNULUS, which originated from Latin anulus. Hmm, exciting underpinning word.
101A: "Pieces": Pastel. From the movie longest, offer is Tammy Wynette "Bring into being by Your Man".
102A: Slammers: POKEYS. Conversation for jails.
110A: Food for later: SALTS Exposed
119A: Expression of two of the Quad Cities: IOWA. Couch ">
122A: Henry James different, "Miller": DAISY. New to the job unseen. Call together you read it before?
126A: Expressive stratum: Class
1D: Space of FDIC: CORP. I wish it were clued as "NYSE ramshackle" to detachment OTC (13D: Nasdaq setting).
2D: Choice in Bonn: UBER
4D: Method to handling skillfully tension: SET Pin. It looks benefit from this.
6D: "Vita:": DOLCE. I've never seen the movie. DOLCE is "melodious" in Italian.
10D: Take the wheel: Effort
11D: "Bette Davis Eyes": CARNES (Kim). No deem. Capably mild clip.
14D: Expectation vehicles: TRAM CARS
15D: Electronics giant: SANYO. And 88D: Tokyo ta-ta: SAYONARA
17D: Hit on the head: COSH. Did any person pen in CONK?
18D: Tonsil ending?: ITIS (Health check suffix)
25D: Average: MEDIAL. I wrote down "Presage".
28D: Seven Wonders lighthouse: PHAROS. Or the Lighthouse of Alexandria.
31D: Sandhurst sch.: RMA (Disarray Military Further education college)
33D: Cornice bracket: ANCON. Not secure with this architectural telephone call. This illustrates completely well.
34D: Alamogordo, NM event: A Partition
36D: Dayan or Arens: MOSHE. Command Dayan, the guy with the eye garden. Not Arens.
38D: British sheen: LUSTRE. I benefit from our spelling Patina.
42D: Thickset metric weight: TONNE
43D: Convoy of eight: OCTAD. Why is "Convoy of eight"?
45D: Through less dangerous: DEFUSED
46D: Punctuation mark being: NONCE. For the NONCE. I've never recycled this span in my dissertation slang.
58D: Deductive: A PRIORI. Can you add me an example?
67D: Moran and Gray: ERINS. No deem. I pieced it together from the agilely fills.
68D: Caen's river: ORNE
69D: Soft-drink choice: FANTA. I've never had it past. I am a reliable Pepsi fan.
82D: Dangerous sub: U-BOAT
83D: Idiom bird: MYNAH. It can also be spelled as MYHA, MINA, MINAH. Seamlessly unseen to me. She looks very contented, packed and committed to mouth. Vocabulary says they are "Any of distinctive starlings of southeast Asia, having bluish-black or dark mysterious blossom and yellowish-brown bills. Solid strain, are habitual for mimicry of whatsoever vernacular."
84D: Article bets: IOUS. (The sketch must be "Article debts".)
85D: Discharges from wounds: ICHORS. Ick. Vocabulary says it's also "the technical charming aimed to run in the veins of the gods" in Greek Folklore.
90D: Boxing combination: ONE TWO
94D: 3 on the phone: DEF
100D: Insurance back over: RESPAN. I aversion both the sketch and the retort.
102D: Cline and Kensit: PATSYS. Sigh! No, they are comprehensive strangers to me.
110D: Open-minded, pit rock: SIAL. New to the job new environmental telephone call to me. It's "the meeting of rocks, sumptuous in silica and alumina, that call the continental portions of the outstanding increase of the earth's case".
111D: Polo goal?: ASIA. Marco Polo. Vacuum sketch.