NEW YORK TIMES SUNDAY CROSSWORD: NEW ENG­LAND CHAT­TER

The Hamilton Spectator - - FUN & GAMES - by Alan Arbesfeld, edited by Will Shortz

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1 Part of a crossword 5 Child’s play 10 Mea­sure, as a run­ner 15 At­tach­ment let­ters 18 No. 2 19 Star of CBS’s “Madam Sec­re­tary” 20 Eighth of a cup 21 Mu­nich mis­sus 22 Com­mer­cials for a “Star Trek” movie? 24 Yoga teacher’s in­vi­ta­tion? 26 Head bands? 27 Ros­ter short­ener 29 Can’t stand 30 Naval agree­ment 31 In­clined 33 Flower ar­range­ment 36 Weather fore­caster in Phoenix? 40 Auto frame 43 Ser­pent’s tail? 44 Where Ein­stein was born 45 Gor­such re­placed him 47 Pre­fix with -par­tite 48 “Louder!” 51 Most in-shape per­son at a cos­met­ics com­pany? 54 Strict Sab­bath ob­server of old 55 Word be­fore green or after deep blue 57 Nar­row pas­sage: Abbr. 58 ____ friends 59 Worn things 61 Back biter, maybe 64 Stand­ing di­rectly in front of one an­other 66 Big game 69 Ridicule shouted out of a mov­ing car? 72 Tear apart 73 Short-lived things 75 1998 Sarah McLachlan hit 76 Casino draw 78 Pro­gres­sive al­ter­na­tive 79 “Eww!” 81 Pan Am ri­val 83 Gulf War al­lies 87 Quickly added bit of punc­tu­a­tion? 91 Space saver in a taxi or bus 93 Suf­fix with beat 94 “Gangsta’s Par­adise” rap­per 95 Egyp­tian ____ (spot­ted cat breed) 96 Turk­ish hon­orific 97 Tries to me­di­ate 100 What al­lowed one physi­cian to get through flu sea­son? 105 Puts out 107 Ar­ti­cles of faith 108 Two-time U.S. Open champ 109 Unc­tu­ous flat­tery 111 Hangs loose 113 J.Crew com­peti­tor 116 Reg­i­men with lim­ited in­take of corn? 119 Tod­dler’s cry upon en­ter­ing the bath­room? 122 Where I-15 meets I-70 123 Cookin’, after “on” 124 Where “ho” and “hoina” mean “yes” and “no” 125 Tired (out) 126 Span­ish chess piece 127 Chrissie in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 128 Backspace over 129 Cross con­di­tion

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1 Nasty cut 2 Gif­ford’s suc­ces­sor on TV 3 Vi­o­la­tors of the Sec­ond Com­mand­ment 4 They can throw you off 5 High points of a Euro­pean va­ca­tion? 6 Condi­ment for pommes frites 7 ____-turn 8 Cartwright who played one of the von Trapp chil­dren in “The Sound of Mu­sic” 9 En­er­getic one 10 Come to­gether 11 First daugh­ter of the 1960s 12 Stu­dio warn­ing 13 A quar­ter of M 14 Ke­nan’s for­mer Nick­elodeon pal 15 Sup­port for a fringe can­di­date, maybe 16 Ti­tle for He­len Mir­ren 17 Some­thing “kicked up” 21 Heads for a bar? 23 Re­main fresh 25 Mother of He­lios 28 Imi­ta­tive 31 Scopes Trial org. 32 Nitwits 34 Mu­sic genre for Step­pen­wolf and Iron But­ter­fly 35 Elaine ____, cabi­net mem­ber for both Bush and Trump 36 Shere who wrote “Women and Love” 37 Cross to bear 38 Sis­ter of Erato 39 Things that al­low for jump­ing ahead in line? 41 Like some trans­fers 42 Burned a bit 46 Game with draw­ings 49 Slight 50 ____ mo­ment 51 Shire of “Rocky” 52 Kind of chance 53 In the mood 56 Buf­fet cen­ter­piece? 60 Si­na­tra, for one 62 Squash 63 Ag­gra­va­tion 65 Just man­ages 66 Takes the first step 67 Christ­mas Day ex­hor­ta­tion 68 Re­moved ex­pe­di­tiously 70 1920s an­ar­chist in a prom­i­nent trial 71 Big mouth 74 Ex­tinct cousin of the kiwi 77 Go out for a while? 80 Caf­feine source 82 Make no bones about 84 Com­pletely con­vinced about 85 “I hate the Moor” speaker 86 Quick and de­tached, mu­si­cally: Abbr. 88 Spe­cial Agent Gibbs’s beat 89 Call wrongly 90 Bris of­fi­cial 92 Also-____ 98 Swing site 99 Ac­tiv­ity in a do­hyo 101 Site-see­ing? 102 Cer­tain Con­sumer Re­ports em­ployee 103 Bea­tles song, album or movie 104 Pasta picks 106 Dis­con­tin­ued Toy­ota line 109 Put-down 110 Speck of dust 112 Didn’t give way 113 Yan­kee Sparky who wrote “The Bronx Zoo” 114 Abruzzi bell town 115 Da’s op­po­site 117 “Phooey!” 118 As­sist with the dishes 120 Spring for a va­ca­tion? 121 “No ____!”

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