Uni­ver­sal Cross­word

The Gulf News (Port aux Basques) - - PUZZLES - YOU AND EYE By Ti­mothy E. Parker

ACROSS

1 Em­u­late a dog

5 Sleepy, lethar­gic state 10 Flow­ery con­tainer? 14 Moved in a sneaky man­ner

19 “A lit­tle of this, a lit­tle of that” mix­ture

20 Lyric poem part

21 Boats that can sur­vive floods

22 Big sucker, in Lon­don 23 Four EYE words

27 Very loyal ones

28 Be­came a com­peti­tor 29 Cre­ate a se­cret mes­sage 30 Ob­sessed by

31 Canasta or pinochle moves

32 They root for the cubs 33 Cruise des­ti­na­tion, some­times

37 Mar­quis’ un­der­ling

38 It can melt ice

39 Out­side in­flu­ences 42 Short­ened ver­sion of a ref­er­ence work

49 Seat­ing lev­els, in sta­dia 50 Fire­crack­ers that fiz­zle out

51 Six Flags at­trac­tion 52 Ma­jor lake or canal 53 Abbr. mean­ing “and many more”

54 Is ac­quis­i­tive?

55 Tour lead­ers

57 Have filet mignon

58 One way to set a clock 60 Re­move a rind

61 “This part is silent,” mu­si­cally

62 Five EYE words

69 Blue dye pro­duc­ers 70 Cloths that aren’t worth any­thing

71 Some post­grad ex­ams 72 Span­ish noth­ing 73 In­ter­twines tresses 76 Dryer than ex­tra sec 77 Bri­tish do­min­ion over In­dia

80 Santa ___, Calif.

81 At­tack with­out warn­ing 82 Fas­tener for a swing­ing gate

83 Go, “But why-y-y-y?” 85 Greek orig­i­na­tor of the four el­e­ments the­ory 88 Chris­tians who be­lieve God is one en­tity, not a trin­ity 90 Some green wall cover 91 Some po­tent English drinks

93 Some sap pro­duc­ers 94 Bruce the su­per­hero 97 Made hay?

99 Be a bounder

101 Fur­nace con­trol

102 Kick in for a hand

103 Sadists at work

108 Five EYE words

111 Math­e­mat­i­cal sub­group 112 An­gelic cir­cle

113 ___ mor­tis

114 Man­i­curist’s tool

115 Out­law chasers of the old West

116 Tre­bek the game show host

117 The art of im­i­tat­ing an­other

118 Beefy dish in a bowl

DOWN

1 Of­fice per­son in charge 2 Got off a horse, e.g.

3 City in Latvia

4 Hel­mut of Ger­many 5 Some trigono­met­ric ra­tios

6 Il­lu­sory paint­ings 7 ___ Ale­gre, Brazil

8 Some po­ems that give praise

9 Unit in a gym

10 Pop­u­lar ice cream fla­vor 11 Like rain­bows

12 Re­sults of slam­ming on the brakes

13 Subj. for U.S. new­com­ers 14 Mak­ing more sheep like Dolly

15 “Fide­lio” char­ac­ter 16 Mu­si­cal John

17 Moves la­bo­ri­ously

18 One of four on a Brit’s car 24 Plays with one’s hair

25 “Will they ___ learn?” 26 Bam­boo­zles

31 The M in E=MC2 33 Bap­tism or mar­riage, e.g. 34 Let off, as steam

35 Job de­tail

36 Word that in­di­cates pos­ses­sion

37 A cir­cle lacks them 38 “Broad” or “in” at­tach­ment

40 Like a paragon 41 Ac­com­plish more than 43 Plant with a prickly stem 44 Get ___ of (trash) 45 Things that adorn he­roes 46 Soap vixen played by Su­san

47 Cer­tain poker pair 48 Ca­nines, e.g. 54 Tooth­paste form 55 Ter­ri­to­rial groups 56 End­ings for dent or cult 58 Burn­ing up

59 Con­tains

60 Bog stuff

61 Fi­nal amt.

62 Jouster’s weapon 63 Arm-___ (one way to walk)

64 Dec­o­rated or adorned, coun­try-style

65 It goeth be­fore a fall 66 Hu­man trunks

67 Blow a gas­ket

68 Ceased stand­ing

73 Wise say­ing

74 Like some neg­ligees 75 Catch a bug? 76 Black­balls or black­lists 77 Money unit of Iran 78 Henry VIII’s sec­ond or fourth wife

79 Char­ac­ter on “New Girl” 82 Shaded or col­ored 83 Bring to a close

84 Kind of pocket, flask or boots

86 Kitchen add-on

87 Style of New Eng­land hous­ing

89 Pas­sion­ate or lov­ing 92 Look at with lust

94 Large mack­erel 95 Ac­cu­mu­late

96 Bat­tle site of WWI in Bel­gium 97 Bland or trite

98 Joint that can be eas­ily sprained

99 Build­ing for skiers

100 Base­ball boo-boo

101 Crime pre­ven­tion agency of the U.N.

103 1/1440 of an inch

104 They watch you drib­ble 105 Take one’s leave

106 Breathing rat­tle

107 Small­est mer­ganser duck 109 “Oh, so that’s how you do it!”

110 Singer Rita

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