UNIVERSAL CROSSWORD LAST WEEK’S SO­LU­TION

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ACROSS

01 “Real” and “al­co­hol” end­ings 05 “Se­same Street” grouch 10 Moshe of Is­rael 15 Pro­vides with weapons 19 His­tory Muse 20 Cheek makeup 21 Lift the spir­its of 22 In ___ of (re­plac­ing) 23 Stock-price el­e­va­tor 25 One pre­tend­ing to be pow­er­ful 27 Fair to mid­dling 28 Emu­lates a lion 30 Give up the oc­cu­pancy of 31 Way to be noted 32 Robe “cloth” 33 “Frasier” ac­tress Gilpin 34 Com­puter key 37 Land par­cel 38 Sul­try sum­mer stretches 41 On­line shop­pers might spend it 42 Rain­less and des­per­ately dry 43 Ocean traf­fic lane 45 “___ all in your mind” 47 Egyp­tian Chris­tian 48 Navy com­mando 49 Com­petes 50 Pro­vide with an over­head sur­face 51 Leg­endary boxer 52 Like an ear-pierc­ing sound 54 Frau’s part­ner 55 Large stringed in­stru­ment 56 Swerve wildly 58 Piano-key ma­te­rial 60 Source of light 61 Thing hang­ing around the house 62 Toot one’s own horn 63 Puts on paint lightly 64 “Non­sense!” 67 Art ca­pa­ble of 68 Imag­i­nary mon­sters 72 Like some an­gles 73 Big name in stereo speak­ers 74 Horse-drawn car­riage 76 “Wel­come” bearer 77 Mi­cro­scope part 78 Change for a twenty 79 “Nay” and “uh-uh” 80 Box­car Wil­lie’s per­sona 81 Car nut? 82 Astron­omy Muse 84 Place to wor­ship from 86 Messy places on farms 88 Like white wa­ter 90 Key­stone of an arch 91 “You will ___” (hyp­no­tist’s phrase) 92 Spe­cial­ized vo­cab­u­lary 94 Amer­i­can leop­ard like wild­cat 97 “He’s ___ nowhere man” (Bea­tles lyric) 98 Crock­ett’s cap ma­te­rial 102 Some hor­ror 104 Big­gest por­tion 106 Cheese in a ball 107 Benjamin Moore prod­uct 108 Speak to a large crowd 109 Breeds or va­ri­eties 110 “The Un­touch­ables” man 111 Some six-packs 112 ___ Hall Univer­sity 113 Aphid, to a fruit tree

DOWN

01 Cer­tain bal­lis­tic mis­sile 02 Pivot around a pole 03 Balmy, as weather 04 Most de­pend­able or up­stand­ing 05 Del­phi VIP 06 Apolo­getic 07 Salad veg. 08 “Act your ___!” 09 Cer­tain tire 10 Leaves 11 Wing-shaped (var.) 12 Runs off at the mouth 13 Con­sumed 14 Sarin, for one 16 Letts’ place 17 Track get-to­gether 18 Cer­tain 24 River’s end 26 After the bell 29 “Lord of the Rings” mon­ster 32 Pro­nounce an “r” like a Scot 33 Elec­tric­ity 34 “Un­leaded,” cof­fee wise 35 Bac­te­ria dis­cov­ered by Theodor Escherich 36 ___ lazuli (blue min­eral) 37 Chisholm, e.g. 38 Gro­cery sec­tion 40 “It’s ___ Rock and Roll to Me” 42 Bird’s home way up high 44 Main or blessed thing 48 Re­move stub­ble 50 Per­fume by burn­ing 52 Not in the least orig­i­nal 53 “A Fist­ful of Dol­lars” di­rec­tor Ser­gio 54 Party throw­ers 55 Taxi driver (var.) 57 Tests by lift­ing 59 Un­der­grad degs. 60 Zoo en­clo­sures 62 Oper­atic vil­lains, of­ten 63 Ger­man en­graver Al­brecht 64 Gloomy at­mos­phere 65 Freeze, as a wind­shield 66 Mush­rooms and molds, e.g. 67 Di­rects the steer­ing of a ship 68 Wide or spa­cious 69 Honor ___ thieves 70 Ne­tanyahu’s pre­de­ces­sor 71 “Ba­sic In­stinct” star Sharon 73 Ce­cil’s pal in car­toons 75 Not suited to the job 78 Dan­gers for paraglid­ers 80 In­her­i­tance 82 Kind of vi­o­lin stroke 83 Blot­ter sta­tis­tics 84 Hand­some hunks 85 Home­buy­ers’ needs, of­ten 87 Man­made mon­sters 89 Khan’s ti­tle 90 Se­lected 92 Box­ing venue 93 One thou­sand es­cu­dos 94 “A Prayer for ___ Meany” 95 Trans­fer own­er­ship 96 Chap­ters of his­tory 97 Very en­thu­si­as­tic 98 Slicker or parka 99 Cab­bage­like plant 100 Peeves 101 Crow’s cre­ation 103 Seven-faced 105 Anger

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