Univer­sal Cross­word

The Beacon (Gander) - - Puzzles -

TEAM WORK By Ti­mothy E. Parker ACROSS

1 Cause of white noise 7 Oddly ec­cen­tric 14 Su­pe­rior 20 Big-time record la­bel 21 A Chris­tian ex­pe­ri­ence 22 City in Pak­istan 23 Type of equa­tion 24 “You blew my mind!” 25 Dis­plays con­tri­tion 26 Plug 27 RAF awards for gal­lantry 29 Pre­fixes for heav­enly bod­ies 31 Ja­panese food sta­ple 32 Overly pam­per 34 Smeltery sup­ply 35 The­ater in­ter­mis­sion 37 What you are free to spend 41 “Fix” a pet 42 In the style of 43 Eye shade providers 44 Suf­fers from or owns 46 “Buona ___” 49 Charles, Harry and Beatrice 51 Type of wave 53 Pop­ping up 56 Part of a moun­tain 57 “Cool!” 59 Old gas sta­tion abbr. 60 Ge­netic stuff 61 Win­ter Olympics event 64 Re­ceiver jack abbr. 65 U.S. cit­i­zens, abroad 67 Job-re­lated bios 70 Hy­po­thet­i­cal rem­edy for all ills 72 Crim­i­nals on the water 75 Diego or Pe­dro lead-in 77 Some hos­pi­tal work­ers 80 Words with “snail’s pace” 81 Ital­ian three 82 Columbo wannabes 85 Aussie’s friend 87 Al­low to leave 89 With­out any com­pany 90 Faces coura­geously 92 Place for lux­u­ri­ous sweaters? 93 Color­ing agent 94 A Zoroas­trian in In­dia 97 Im­pres­sive moun­tain 98 The words of Je­sus 101 Divine thing for Franco Har­ris 103 Overnight of­fice crew’s job 106 Rel­a­tives 107 Man­i­curist’s sub­jects 108 Old-fash­ioned fish­ing as­sis­tant 109 Heav­enly be­ings 111 Beast like Shrek 112 Place to slalom in Utah 116 First-elected Con­gress­woman Jean­nette 118 Typ­i­cal ex­am­ple 120 Soft up­hol­stery fab­ric 122 Lit­tle buzzer 123 Long­time mag­a­zine sub­scriber 124 A source of fur 125 Urg­ing from one on bended knee 126 For­ward-think­ing woman? 127 Is a back-talker

DOWN

1 Com­mon condi­ment 2 Group di­vid­ing pay­checks by three 3 Ja­panese na­tive 4 Deadly African fly 5 “Let’s call ___ night” 6 Sedan’s four­some 7 Black-and-or­ange birds 8 Non-masc. ones 9 Raid­ing grp. 10 With two parts 11 Wipe the slate 12 Pe­ri­odic ta­ble abbr. 13 They’re home in Ohio 14 Bomb­ing re­sults 15 Take in take­out 16 Ribs and breast­bone ar­eas 17 Gin go-with 18 Stand­ing with good pos­ture 19 Bring in for an­other checkup 28 Val­ley in Cal­i­for­nia 30 “In a mil­lion” starter 33 Collins or Don­ahue 34 Spring in the desert 36 Quit­ter 37 In­field cover 38 Sooth­ing medic­i­nal plants 39 Cold ca­noe 40 Base­ball’s Rose 44 Make campy, as a skit 45 Name spo­ken to a speaker 47 Be a pas­sen­ger 48 Hath­away of Hol­ly­wood 50 Kuro­sawa of moviemak­ing 52 ___ double take (look again) 53 Some Indo-Euro­peans 54 Jump at a loud bang, e.g. 55 Trans­porta­tion mover 57 Tick­les or makes gig­gle 58 Stat for typ­ists 62 Throw over­board 63 Soft­ware op­er­a­tors 66 Fate or des­tiny 68 His­tory test part, some­times 69 La ___ Univer­sity, Philadel­phia 71 Biomed­i­cal re­search inits. 72 In­flate, as ex­penses 73 “You know how ___” 74 Speak with a grat­ing voice 76 Film role for Keanu 78 Like a U.S. mil­i­tary branch 79 An­cient stone pil­lar 83 De­tach, as a cam­paign but­ton 84 Jerker lead-in 86 Use binoc­u­lars, e.g. 88 Empty rhetoric 90 Ac­cepts as true 91 Stag­ger while walk­ing 93 An­gry things to shoot, fig­u­ra­tively 95 Park se­cur­ers 96 Ev­i­dence of a bad scratch 99 Seven-foot­ers, to five-foot­ers 100 Mo­tel rel­a­tive 101 Sir rel­a­tive 102 Book of the Old Tes­ta­ment 103 Late Far­ley 104 Anders of “Easy Rider” 105 Itty-bitty 106 Kevin of “A Fish Called Wanda” 110 Pen­tathlon sword 111 Cock­ney res­i­dences? 113 Su­per­man’s lady friend 114 Bring into har­mony 115 Myth­i­cal god of war 117 Rocks for tum­blers 119 Be in­debted to 121 His­tor­i­cal time pe­riod

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