Univer­sal Crossword

The Compass - - Puzzles - EAT YOUR FILL By Timothy E. Parker ACROSS or or pas­tries to some­times DOWN Young cow Thin wood­wind in or­ders hosts 101 Knock over 102 Bat­tle­shipfea­ture 106 From the Mid­dle East 107 Utah’slily 108 Twelve Oaks neigh­bor of lit­er­a­ture 110 Tough math su

1 “King” of snakes

6 Play sec­tions

10 Quick, short punches 14 Some re­li­gious fa­thers 19 Cross­wise, on a ship 20 Po­lit­i­cal al­liance

21 “If all ___ fails ...” 22 Dinero or long green 23 Power­ball gam­bling game 24 Leg­endary diva Horne 25 Wheeled re­fresh­ment server

27 Movies

30 Rugged moun­tain ridges 31 Anti-apartheid party, briefly

32 Poet Edgar Al­lan

33 Like some cal­en­dars mod­ules

35 Dif­fi­cult job for a sur­geon 41 Con­fines or fences off 45 Con­tained or pos­sessed 46 Ought to

47 Ja­panese fish dish

48 Pie ___ mode 49 Psy­cho­an­a­lyst Fromm 52 Part of a TV series

54 In a mem­o­rable way

56 In spite of the fact, shortly 57 Not agin?

58 Ac­tive vol­cano of Si­cily 60 Christ­mas sea­sons 61 Hur­ri­cane cen­ter

63 Some cream-filled

66 Apart­ment pay­ment 67 Some or­bit­ing ob­jects 72 Sand­pa­per fea­ture

74 Card game sim­i­lar rummy re­mark­able 75 Veg­etable used as a mis­sile

76 Fit for a king or queen 78 ___ noire (strongly dis­liked thing)

79 Mrs. Andy Capp of comic strips

82 Per­form penance

86 Kabul cur­rency unit 88 Pro­vided with the means 91 CBS sit­com “___ Can Wait”

92 Gib­son of Hol­ly­wood 93 Par­ti­cles of dust, e.g. 95 Cer­tain church leader 97 You-I link

98 Like some met­als

100 Ex­ag­ger­ated sounds some hor­ror films

103 Moun­tains of Chile 104 Flight stat or com­puter key

105 Letters from a poor gam­bler

106 Em­a­nat­ing from the stars 109 Re­sis­tance to rain, snow, ice and sleet

116 Ad­di­tion­al­tries

120 Ben­jamin But­ton por­trayer Pitt

121 Chat­ter on idly

122 Come to a con­sen­sus 123 Pop­u­lar cookie brand 124 Ding-a-___ (air­head) 125 Baltic na­tives

126 Get on a plane

127 For­mer Euro­pean cap­i­tal and Beethoven’s birth­place 128 Like French toast and nog 129 So­ci­etal stan­dards and such 1 2 3 Old video for­mat

4 Snare drum sounds

5 Sum to­tal

6 Hav­ing suf­fi­cient skill 7 Sym­bol be­fore mu­sic notes

8 Nov­el­ist Mor­ri­son 9 Sur­geons’ knives 10 High-fly­ing elites 11 Brew­pub drink 12 We­be­los’ org.

13 Pre­pare, as a ta­ble

14 Lack of any prin­ci­ples 15 “10” mu­sic by Ravel 16 Light­ning unit

17 On the safe side, at sea 18 Speaks or ut­ters

26 ___ Cu­ca­monga, Calif. 28 Some old TVs or VCRs 29 “___ Cane” (1962 movie) 33 Money used by a Ro­ma­nian

34 Get the kinks out 35 Flight­less bird sim­i­lar to an os­trich

36 Bri­tish noble

37 Col­lier’s en­trance

38 One who com­pletes

39 It springs eter­nal

40 “The Ghost and Mrs. ___” (old TV show)

42 Some ex­pen­sive furs 43 DeGeneres of TV 44 18-Down, to King James 47 Hairs on a cater­pil­lar, e.g. 50 Su­per­fast en­dan­gered an­i­mal

51 Ge­orge­town stu­dent 53 River sec­tion 55 Elab­o­rately or ex­ces­sively or­na­mented

59 Nero’s zero

62 “Blah, blah, blah” abbr. 63 Ger­man in­dus­trial cen­ter 64 Com­mon house pet

65 Do far less than guz­zle 67 Em­u­late Jell-O or a hula dancer

68 Reg­u­lar cus­tomer

69 67.5 de­grees, to a nav­i­ga­tor

70 Ho­tel post­ings

71 Durable wood

72 Dad’s dad, in­for­mally 73 Send to an­other doc­tor 77 Like a card in plas­tic 79 With no fizz, as a soda 80 Walesa of Poland

81 Bad smell

83 Shaped like a kiwi 84 Supreme Court num­ber 85 Odds and ___

87 Lo mein item

89 Bri­tish hit-maker

90 Far from in­vin­ci­ble 94 Suf­fix with “host” or “lion” 96 Hair re­mover brand 99 39th U.S. pres­i­dent 100 One of the “Family Feud”

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