NEW YORK TIMES SUNDAY CROSS­WORD: DOU­BLE QUOTE

The Hamilton Spectator - - FUN & GAMES - by Pa­trick Berry, edited by Will Shortz

ACROSS

1 One-time Scan­di­na­vian au­tomaker (con­tain­ing the first part of the “dou­ble quote”) 5 Mu­sic’s Prince of Soul 9 Pre­cious Aus­tralian ex­ports 14 Aban­don dé­tente 19 Vic­tim­izes 21 Like pets but not strays 22 2015 Os­car win­ner Mor­ri­cone 23 Soli­tary sort 24 Dream of many Kore­ans 26 Youngest “Brady Bunch” daugh­ter 27 “No, no, it’s my treat!” 29 “____ Fide­les” 30 Sen­a­to­rial vote 31 “Key Largo” gang­ster Johnny 33 Church group 35 Break 36 Time pe­ri­ods in a polo match 39 U peo­ple? 41 Au­thor­i­tar­ian an­nounce­ments 44 Catch some­thing 47 In the dol­drums 50 Golden calf’s maker 51 Birds with throat pouches 54 Comp-sci acro­nym 56 Steep 57 Sit­com whose ti­tle char­ac­ter was Fran Fine 59 Per­fumery oils 60 ____-Cat 61 First sec­re­tary of home­land se­cu­rity 62 Tank tops? 64 Make noise while asleep 66 Cor­re­spond­ing ex­pense? 67 First-chair vi­olin­ist, per­haps 68 Per­son with an ac­count 71 Po­lit­i­cal org. dat­ing to 1854 74 Bear wit­ness 75 Painkiller first sold in 1950 76 Un­able to con­tinue 77 Name­less net­work user 78 Some dumps 80 Im­age Awards org. 81 Hall of an­nounc­ing 82 Pan’s home, in myth 84 Mi­nor­ity branch of Is­lam 86 Long­time Texas politico Phil 87 Free throws, e.g. 91 ____ horn 94 Judges to be 97 Use as a bed 98 Mom-to-aunt term 101 Ac­tress Ma­son 103 Jour­nal­ist/colum­nist Carl 105 France : madame :: Italy : ____ 107 Re­quest for per­mis­sion 109 Show­ing few lights, as cities dur­ing W.W.II 112 Fol­low 113 Beeper from “a long time ago,” in­for­mally 114 Speaker of this puzzle’s “dou­ble quote” 115 Have an­other crack at 116 Long 117 Hu­morist Bombeck 118 Spot­ted (con­tain­ing the last part of the “dou­ble quote”)

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1 Like vin­daloo 2 Golfer Palmer, to fans 3 Health care gi­ant 4 Dis­puted North Pole vis­i­tor 5 Sir, in Sur­rey 6 Em­u­late 7 Head guy in “Ham­let”? 8 Draw in 9 Dif­fi­cult duty 10 Mar­ket prob­lem 11 Technology es­chew­ers 12 Not se­cured, as a gate 13 Rea­gan-era pro­gram, in brief 14 Went over 15 Crosses the sill 16 Pernod fla­vor­ing 17 Crowd scenes? 18 “Woman With a Para­sol” pain­ter 20 Kikko­man prod­uct 25 “Oliver!” di­rec­tor Reed 28 “____ any drop to drink”: Co­leridge 31 Re­pent of 32 Con­sents to 34 “Bearded” flower 36 Cel­e­brate gloat­ingly 37 Grown-up pul­let 38 De­cep­tive po­lice op 40 Freight-train com­po­nent 41 Del­i­cately ap­plies 42 Be de­serv­ing of 43 Treated with a preser­va­tive, as tele­phone poles 45 Teen spots 46 Michael’s wife in “The God­fa­ther” 47 One who seems re­spon­si­ble but isn’t 48 Faux so­phis­ti­ca­tion 49 Slam 51 Re­form Party founder 52 “Idylls of the King” woman 53 Shaver 55 With­out a date 57 Ex­plic­itly 58 Med. care op­tions 59 ____ Villa (English foot­ball club) 61 Like ma­jor gen­er­als 62 Pushes 63 Non­hu­man 1930s film star 65 Draft picks 66 Gun full of blanks, maybe 67 Shirt or­na­ment 68 Fanta com­peti­tor 69 Quar­ters 70 Record la­bel owned by Sony 72 As soon as 73 Fires (up) 74 “We are al­ways the same ____ in­side”: Gertrude Stein 75 Nth de­gree? 76 Place for a throne 78 It’s all down­hill from here 79 “I feel that way, too” 80 Hair­split­ter’s ob­jec­tion 83 Storm shower? 84 “Home­land” net­work, for short 85 Dar­ling 86 Take a turn for the worse 88 High rollers? 89 Add color to, in a way 90 Lead-in to -itis 91 It may con­tain bugs 92 Foot­ball Hall-of-Famer Bobby 93 Pri­vate meet­ing 95 Mazda two-seater 96 Fully en­joy 98 [Bo-o-or­ing!] 99 Har­den 100 Un­der­world fig­ure 102 Viet­nam War copter 104 “____ Flux” (1990s an­i­mated series) 105 Cotil­lion at­tendee 106 Ho­ra­tian col­lec­tion 108 Put 110 “Gone With the Wind” stu­dio 111 Verdi’s “O pa­tria ____”

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