WEEKLY CROSSWORD: French Con­nec­tion

The Hamilton Spectator - - FUN & GAMES - By Paul Coul­ter Edited by Rich Nor­ris and Joyce Ni­chols Lewis

Across

1 Star­bucks serv­ing 6 Pound foot? 10 Busy co. on Mother’s Day 13 Put for­ward 18 Get too close to 19 Françoise’s friend 20 __ mo­ment 21 Capri­cious 22 Out­come 24 Out­come 26 It’s a long story 27 Ad­vanced le­gal deg. 28 Sou­venirs with three holes in them 30 Is down with 31 Dr.’s or­der 32 Keis­ters 35 640 acres: Abbr. 37 Hosea con­tem­po­rary 38 “Win some, lose some” 41 “Win some, lose some” 44 Le­gal agree­ment 45 Coun­try­man of Gary Player 47 Train­ing group 50 One may be named for a pres­i­dent 51 Spread out 52 Mount de­liv­ery 53 On­ward in time 56 Of­ten elided pro­noun 58 Grandpa Wal­ton por­trayer 60 Like Perot in the 1992 pres. elec­tion 61 The ’70s, in a Tom Wolfe es­say 63 “When We Were Kings” sub­ject 64 __ club 65 Bare 68 Bare 70 Put __ ap­pear­ance 71 Org. with lanes 72 El­e­gantly, to Vi­valdi 74 Of­fense 75 Bell curve fig­ure 76 Like a quar­ter’s edge 77 Coag­u­lates 81 Ri­fled 83 In the cards 84 Rou­tine first base­man? 85 Go after 86 Mush­ers’ trans­ports 89 “I Hated, Hated, Hated This Movie” author 91 “Con­fi­den­tially ...” 94 “Con­fi­den­tially ...” 96 Gospel singer Wi­nans 98 Coup tar­get 99 The 3rd Av­enue line was the last of them to op­er­ate in Man­hat­tan 101 Bea­tle bride 102 Ac­tress Gar­ner, fa­mil­iarly 103 Fill past full 105 Singer DiFranco 106 Sorts 110 Fine din­ing afi­ciona­dos 113 Fine din­ing afi­ciona­dos 116 Se­nes­cence 117 Even so 118 Take-out or­der? 119 Snowy __ 120 Holds up 121 News let­ters 122 Cheek 123 Chi­nese toys, for short

Down

1 Some SLR dis­plays 2 Side squared, for a square 3 Chi­nese se­cret so­ci­ety 4 Fea­ture of many Broad­way mu­si­cals 5 Email end­ing 6 1975 Jack­son 5 hit 7 Au­to­bi­o­graph­i­cal sub­ti­tle 8 Time div. 9 Ac­tress Davis 10 Make out 11 Site of Mount Olym­pus 12 “__ Kap­i­tal” 13 Name of 12 popes 14 Fall mo. 15 Whole al­ter­na­tive, in Not­ting­ham 16 Ecuado­ran prov­ince once fa­mous for its gold 17 Pa­tron saint of France 21 Swing wildly 23 Is­land near Cor­sica 25 Re­sis­tance units 29 Co-star of Bea, Betty and Rue 33 Am­ber __ 34 Erotic 36 Parts of gals. 37 A long way off 38 Pitch in­di­ca­tor 39 Ar­chi­tect Saari­nen 40 Coal-rich Ger­man re­gion 42 Get bet­ter 43 Cham­pagne bucket, e.g. 46 Ap­ple va­ri­ety 48 Ac­tress Blak­ley 49 Cut off 52 Watch word? 54 Fed after tax evaders 55 Worked (up) 56 __ Buena, town that be­came San Fran­cisco 57 Con­ti­nen­tal di­vide? 58 Sur­gi­cal dress­ing 59 Castil­ian hero 62 Had 64 Can­ter­bury pen 65 Bridal path 66 Wed­ding 67 They go by in a flash 68 Banker’s bane 69 Pres. ad­vi­sory team 72 Pre­pares 73 It holds the line 75 Face 76 Pop­u­lar pasta top­ping 78 Ac­tor Wil­son 79 By way of, briefly 80 Tip­plers 82 Air 83 One may echo in an al­ley 86 Chain let­ters? 87 Ob­structs the progress of 88 Batting po­si­tions 89 Po­etic dusk 90 Sur­round 92 Su­per­man player 93 It tow­ers over Taormina 95 2012 Nin­tendo de­but 96 Early com­puter lan­guage 97 __ Gay: WWII bomber 100 West York­shire city 102 Sprightly dances 104 Ital­ian wine cen­ter 107 Frolic 108 Cap site 109 Re­tired fliers 111 Win­ery sight 112 Man­hat­tan sch. 114 Patch grower 115 Gym unit

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