NEW YORK TIMES SUN­DAY CROSSWORD: UH-OH!

The Hamilton Spectator - - FUN & GAMES - by Bruce Haight, edited by Will Shortz

ACROSS 1 Blob­like “Star Wars”

char­ac­ter 6 Give over 10 Great shakes? 15 Low rolls 19 Auto fea­ture 20 Ju­lia of Hol­ly­wood 21 Ham-handed 22 En­thralled 23 Of­fice for de­cod­ing

mes­sages? 26 The av­er­age size of its stores is 300,000 square feet 27 Had more than an

inkling 28 “Rats!” 29 Bring­ing to mind 31 “In­du­bitably!” 32 Anx­ious con­di­tion,

briefly 33 What one might sit in at a Cheech & Chong movie? 37 “Puppy Love” singer, 1960 38 Elec­tion Day af­fir­ma­tion 39 Oomph 40 Hauled (away) 42 Wik­iLeaks as­so­ci­ates 45 In­spi­ra­tion 46 Herder’s mantra? 48 Vir­tual dog or cat,

maybe 50 Gla­ciate 51 Fake news site, with

“The” 52 Sign on a jar at a bar 53 Mass. neigh­bor 54 In a pre­ten­tious man­ner 56 Se­ries opener 58 Fall be­hind 61 Qual­ity-con­trol prob­lem

at Os­car Mayer? 63 Ti­tle of a book about South­ern Re­con­struc­tion? 65 Nav. rank 66 Word be­fore or af­ter

noth­ing 67 Doohick­eys 68 Sword han­dle 69 They may be dec­o­rated

for the hol­i­days 70 Sauce 71 Nick­name for a Mi­ami

12-time N.B.A. All-Star 72 Goddess usu­ally

pic­tured with a hel­met 75 Two sights in a yacht’s

gal­ley? 79 Prey for a heron or

garter snake 80 French pil­grim­age

site 81 Stranger 82 Off-road trans­port,

in­for­mally 83 ____ John­son, a.k.a.

The Rock 85 Sound heard by an

exam proc­tor, say 86 Help­ful things for killing

time nowa­days? 91 Fra­ter­nity let­ter 92 Num­ber of French

kings named Charles 95 Catch’s part­ner 96 Pre­fix with ther­apy 98 Draw 99 “Sign me up!” 100 Pi­geon trainer, at

times? 105 Crook, e.g. 106 Book of ____ (an­cient

Jewish text) 107 “Who ____?” 108 Kind of pad 109 Past part­ners 110 1988 Olympics site 111 Stud­ied 112 An­cient man­u­script

DOWN

1 Of poor qual­ity, in

mod­ern slang 2 Set apart 3 Col­lege in Lewis­ton,

Me. 4 Steep 5 Big movie-the­ater chain 6 Minia­ture lob­ster

looka­likes 7 Ev­ery 8 They may be put up

be­fore a fight 9 Pres­i­dent-____ 10 Starts of many emails 11 Burma’s first prime

min­is­ter 12 Warm wel­come at

Waikiki 13 Ex­ams for some H.S.

stu­dents 14 Singer/gui­tarist ____

Ray Vaughan 15 Early wheels 16 Rous­ing 17 Un­solved crime 18 The­ater back­drop 24 Clamor 25 One­time MGM ri­val 30 Trite 32 Com­ing up 34 Canon ri­val 35 Hardly ____ 36 Fish­ing ves­sel 37 In the neigh­bor­hood 40 Chang­ing room? 41 Go-be­tweens 42 Fine-tun­ing 43 Ac­ro­batic 44 Be overly sweet 45 Hip-hop’s ____ Def 46 Cub­by­hole 47 Per­form­ing be­neath

one’s usual level 48 Late times, in ads 49 Big­ger than big 52 The Bee Gees, for

much of their ca­reer 54 An­cient mar­ket 55 Ruth’s 2,214 56 Cir­cu­lar things that

ar­rive in square boxes 57 Lum­ber­jacks 58 Nar­cotic 59 One car­ry­ing a torch? 60 End­ing with poly62 Val­halla V.I.P. 63 Cer­tain vacuum tube 64 “Ac­tu­ally, come to think

of it …” 67 Egg on 69 Hiking group, with

“the”? 70 Greek city men­tioned in the Acts of the Apos­tles 71 Backs, anatom­i­cally 72 With con­se­quences 73 As much as pos­si­ble 74 Mo­tor oil brand 75 “The Lord of the Rings”

actor Billy 76 Step up or down 77 Re­lied (on) 78 Theme for an an­nual

city-mag­a­zine is­sue 80 The in­side track 83 Narc’s org. 84 Ar­royos 87 Span­ish kids 88 Cold War flier 89 Glow in the dark? 90 “Say cheese!” 92 Dressed to the nines,

with “up” 93 Goddess of peace 94 Canon ri­val 97 ____ Ma­jor 98 Mother of Artemis 101 Farm call 102 Post-O.R. stop 103 Grp. of Sen­a­tors 104 PC key

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