NEW YORK TIMES SUN­DAY CROSS­WORD: HIT THE DECK

The Hamilton Spectator - - FUN & GAMES - by Jim Hyres and David Stein­berg, edited by Will Shortz

ACROSS

1 One side of a 69-Across show­down 7 Strip of but­tons 14 Other side of the show­down 20 Collective works 21 “Get lost!” 22 Pin­ball wiz­ard’s hang­out 23 Mother ____ 24 En­ter­tain­ment on a Ja­maican cruise, per­haps 25 Kind of pa­per or test 26 Lieu­tenant, in­for­mally 28 It’s un­re­turn­able 30 Mu­si­cian­ship 31 Green plant? 33 Path to en­light­en­ment 34 Can­non in movies 36 De­vel­oper’s pur­chase 37 Samoan sta­ple 38 Bul­lets leg­end Unseld 40 Top-shelf 41 Sushi restau­rant wrap? 43 Moxie 45 X-File sub­ject 47 Fairy-tale fam­ily 52 Cel­e­bra­tory re­quest 58 “Great!” 59 One doesn’t hold stock for long 60 “My man” 61 “What ____?” 62 Sto­ried work­shop worker 65 Sand wedge, e.g. 66 Sean Len­non’s mother 67 Thanks­giv­ing dish 69 Game depicted in the shaded squares 72 Car­pen­ters with small jobs? 73 Last mus­ta­chioed pres­i­dent 76 See 125-Across 77 Easy-breezy tune 79 Place where taps may be heard 82 Skype al­ter­na­tive 86 Amount of sep­a­ra­tion, in a party game 88 In­vest­ment-sem­i­nar catch­phrase 90 Lost big 91 Big re­tailer in women’s fash­ion 93 Up­scale bag brand 94 “Damn right!” 95 Indy 500 win­ner A. J. 97 Silly Putty holder 98 Stan­dard poo­dle name 100 Hound 101 Dig­i­tal cam­era mode 102 Coun­te­nances 104 Con­fes­sion sub­jects 106 “The Call of the Wild” author 110 March Mad­ness stage 115 In the dis­tance 116 Hav­ing a lot to lose, maybe 117 “____ Care of Busi­ness” (1974 Bach­man-Turner Over­drive hit) 118 Eins + zwei 119 Mes­sage with a sub­ject line 120 Un­likely par­ty­goer 121 Lieu 122 Bring in 123 1-Across’s cry 124 Tel. no. add-ons 125 With 76-Across, like Arial and Hel­vetica 126 14-Across’s re­sult

DOWN

1 Like house­plants 2 Wig­gle room 3 Light show 4 The “Y” of Y.S.L. 5 Once, at one time 6 Be­hind 7 Cam­paign ex­pense 8 Wine-bar­rel de­scrip­tor 9 Linc’s por­trayer in 1999’s “The Mod Squad” 10 One may get smashed 11 Chest-thump­ing 12 “Up” voice ac­tor 13 Changed, as vot­ing dis­tricts 14 Artist who said, “I don’t do drugs. I am drugs” 15 Speed skater Hei­den 16 Entr’____ 17 De­liv­ery in­struc­tions? 18 In­fers from data 19 Feel bit­ter about 27 “I think,” in texts 29 Neck­line shape 32 Word short­ened to its last let­ter in texts 35 Hol­i­day air 36 Tabloid is­sue 39 To­tal 40 Citi ri­val, in­for­mally 42 Neuwirth of “Frasier” 43 Some SAT tak­ers: Abbr. 44 Tease 46 Item by many a re­cep­tion desk 47 Su­per Fro-Yo seller 48 “Hava Nag­ila” dance 49 Ho­tel bill add-ons 50 Right on a map 51 From Square 1 53 Marked by fu­til­ity 54 Jane Rochester, nee ____ 55 “O.K. by me” 56 Blow off steam 57 Match­maker of myth 62 Suf­fix with acetyl 63 Printer pa­per size: Abbr. 64 BTW 68 Famed Broad­way restau­ra­teur 70 Ruhr in­dus­trial city 71 Butcher’s dis­cards 72 How great minds are said to think 74 Wor­ried 75 Laser ____ 77 Maui me­mento 78 “O.K. by me” 79 Word af­ter snake or sound 80 Con­tainer that may have a sharp­ener 81 Su­per­man, at other times 83 Start­ing on 84 Like the sign of the fish 85 Mar­i­juana, in mod­ern slang 86 “____ cheese!” 87 Com­poser Max who was called “the fa­ther of film mu­sic” 88 Young swans 89 Part of a tour 92 Ba­sis of some dis­crim­i­na­tion 96 “Lawrence of Ara­bia” star 99 Ma­ni­acs 101 City that’s home to the Fire­stone Coun­try Club 102 Di­vider in the Bible? 103 Vene­tian blind parts 105 Bot­tom of an LP 106 “Twis­ter” ac­tress Gertz 107 Some 108 In­ti­mate gar­ment, for short 109 Bit of progress 111 Com­pany with a noted cat­a­log 112 Dull color, in Düs­sel­dorf 113 Word on a towel 114 Shade

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