NEW YORK TIMES SUN­DAY CROSS­WORD: FIRST LADIES

The Hamilton Spectator - - FUN & GAMES - by Sam Trabucco, edited by Will Shortz

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1 16-ounce con­tainer 6 Ma­te­rial com­monly used dur­ing cathe­dral con­struc­tion 14 Prim­i­tive timer 19 Pin­na­cles 20 Sid­ney Poitier’s 1980

au­to­bi­og­ra­phy 21 Moretz of “Car­rie” 22 Per­forms, bib­li­cally 23 When soap op­eras first

flour­ished 24 They’re mea­sured by

plu­viome­ters 25 Ge­neti­cist’s study 26 Rage 28 Sheena who sang “U Got the Look” with Prince 29 “No wor­ries” 30 It helps you achieve bal­ance 33 High­lighter shades 34 %: Abbr. 35 Re­ply to “No of­fense” 37 Aid af­ter a com­puter

crash, say 40 Get 41 Mark 44 Mo­saic pieces 46 Ques­tion af­ter a photo

fin­ish 47 “How’s it hangin’?” 48 Click “Go­ing” on a

Face­book event, e.g. 49 2013 best seller by

Sheryl Sand­berg 53 Penn­syl­va­nia va­ca­tion

lo­cale, with “the” 56 Pokey’s pal on TV 57 Span­ish she-bear 60 Run­ning a bit be­hind 61 Part of a stock

ex­change? 64 Over­come a cer­tain ca­reer bar­rier ... or what the an­swers to the starred clues do? 68 Heavy weight 69 “Same with me” 70 Move hastily 71 Also-ran in 2000 72 Gray squir­rel, in slang 74 Send else­where for the night, as a room­mate, in mod­ern lingo 75 Easy-to-carry tele­scope 79 Cubs’ home 80 Less safe for a plane

land­ing, in a way 84 Change from

black-and-white 86 Clas­si­cal mu­si­cian with a Pres­i­den­tial Medal of Free­dom 87 Pub ves­sel 91 Per­me­ates 92 Be­hind 94 Fix, as an elec­tion 95 Cab des­ti­na­tion? 100 Geo­met­ric toy whose sides change de­pend­ing on how it’s folded 101 Drop a bit 103 Arthurian princess 105 Po­etic prepo­si­tion 106 Scrape (out) 107 Go on­line 108 Re­move fat from, as a

soup 110 Caramel can­dies from

Her­shey 112 Op­po­site of stand­ing 113 Get­ting ready to swing 114 Lake catch 115 White who is the old­est per­son ever to host “S.N.L.” 116 Par­tic­i­pate in de­cid­ing 117 Took care of

DOWN

1 Su­per­flu­ous part of an

es­say 2 *One who 64-Acrossed for Supreme Court jus­tices ... 3 Em­phatic re­fusal 4 Af­ter de­duc­tions 5 Gift-shop item 6 Hur­riedly showed

one­self out? 7 “J to ____ L-O!” (Jen­nifer Lopez album) 8 *... for as­tro­nauts 9 Like over four bil­lion

peo­ple 10 “Vic­tory is yours” 11 Mex­i­can pres­i­dent

En­rique Peña ____ 12 Zac of “Neigh­bors” 13 Pro­fes­sors an­swer to

them 14 Read­ing ma­te­rial for a Hol­ly­wood agent 15 *... for Bri­tish prime min­is­ters 16 Most-wanted in­vi­tees 17 Tex­ting while driv­ing,

e.g. 18 An­chor’s place 27 En­ter, as data 31 Cousin of “OMG!” 32 Guido who painted “Mas­sacre of the In­no­cents” 36 To­day 37 “Hmm, guess so” 38 Loo, for short 39 ____ rally 42 What boats shouldn’t

do 43 ____ Gay

(W.W. II plane) 44 Best For­eign Film of 2005, set in South Africa 45 Kennedy who was the

mother of Maria Shriver 46 Aid for the handy,

in­for­mally 49 Let­ters of “pride” 50 Al­ter­na­tive to a pound 51 Em­phatic agree­ment 52 Org. with a travel ban? 54 Bills, e.g. 55 Hit record? 57 “Yi-i-ikes!” 58 Pa­cific 59 End­ing with teen 61 Cer­tain con­ser­va­tive

skirt 62 Hil­lary Clin­ton in 1969

or Bill Clin­ton in 1970 63 Mon­ster 65 Fic­tional space­craft cre­ated by the Time Lords 66 Like let­tuce 67 West Coast air hub 73 Overly 74 Two-____ (small­ish car) 75 ____-fi 76 Yap­ping dog, for short 77 *... for sec­re­taries of state 78 “Don’t be so dumb!” 81 Rip off, in­for­mally 82 Clown (around) 83 [Yawn] 85 Rule by gov­ern­ing

board 87 Al­tar con­stel­la­tion 88 *... for Best Di­rec­tors 89 Ranger’s sta­tion 90 Che Gue­vara’s

real first name 93 Puts for­ward, as ef­fort 95 Fac­tor in area

cal­cu­la­tion 96 “____ lit­tle sil­hou­etto of

a man” (Queen lyric) 97 Desert NE of the Si­nai

Penin­sula 98 *... for No­bel lau­re­ates 99 1941 chart-top­per

“Maria ____” 101 Slice for a hearty

ap­petite 102 Miner’s strike 104 Catches off base 109 Apolo­gia pro vita ____ 111 60 minuti

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