NEW YORK TIMES SUN­DAY CROSS­WORD: DUALITY QUAL­ITY

The Hamilton Spectator - - FUN & GAMES - by Natan Last, Finn Vige­land and the J.A.S.A. Cross­word Class, edited by Will Shortz

ACROSS 1 Like the 30 Rock build­ing 5 Word said three times while smack­ing the fore­head 9 Jests 14 Tyrion Lan­nis­ter of “Game of Thrones” and oth­ers 18 It may be whiffed 19 Rose’s love on old Broad­way 20 Lit­tle racer 21 Lady Gaga’s “____ This Way”

22 “I know my girl en­joys her youth / When this fine sound es­capes her mouth” 25 Golden calf, e.g. 26 Tex­ter’s “Wow!” 27 Gal­ley pro­pel­ler 28 Pre­text 29 Ends 31 2008 Obama catch­word

33 Place for a pie to cool 34 Half of a score 35 “____ et ver­i­tas” 37 “Right now, it’s fine, no five-star food, / But this dessert will soon be good!” 43 Some an­cient writ­ings 45 Cry to a cop 46 In­jure badly 48 Spa ac­ces­sory 49 Some Wall St. deals 50 Kylo ____ (“Star Wars” vil­lain)

51 Part of an un­der­ground net­work

54 Shangri-la 55 Chump 56 Off-week, in foot­ball 57 “This men­sch looks up and shouts ‘Del­ish!’ / While down­ing snacks with real rel­ish” 59 Ac­tor El­gort of “The Fault in Our Stars”

61 Due + sei 62 Robert of “Ten­der Mer­cies” 63 Acronym for a class taught over the In­ter­net

66 Veranda 68 Wise 69 Skin dyes 71 Ge­filte-fish fish 72 Tas­sel movers 76 “Your will to serve must be ma­ture / To be this keeper of na­ture” 78 “Stop right there!” 80 In­tim­i­date 81 Places 82 Like Un­cle Sam 83 “____ all good” 84 “Al ____ Lado del Río” (2004 Os­car-win­ning song) 85 Food items of­ten served with 76-Down 87 Goofs 88 “Just be cool” 90 Hooter or honker 92 “Go down this hall­way: There’s a couch / If what you seek’s re­lax­ing touch” 95 “See-saw, Margery ____” (old nurs­ery rhyme)

96 Back­ing 98 Begged 99 Re­porters’ group 100 French ti­tle 102 By­gone NBC drama 104 Carry the day 105 Go “boohoo” 108 Pri­mary im­per­a­tive? 109 “This may have been the um­pire’s do­ing; / Now slid­ing home is easy go­ing” 113 Oct. pen­nant race 114 Cry of ju­bi­la­tion ... or guilt

115 Hoist 116 Color of el mar 117 Old pop 118 New York county with Lake Placid

119 “Why don’t we?!” 120 Award cat­e­gory word DOWN

1 Block­head 2 Cheese some­times paired with pinot noir 3 Suck­ers’ suc­cors? 4 URL suf­fix 5 Job with spread­sheets 6 Ride of­ferer 7 Rus­sian peace 8 Home to King Philippe 9 Nudges, in a way 10 Post-marathon feel­ing 11 Word be­fore or af­ter “down” 12 Upright 13 “The Iron Lady” star 14 An­i­mal avatar of Thoth 15 “Kate Up­ton strikes an alpine pose / And belts this out, with naught to lose” 16 One work­ing on the board? 17 “Celebrity Jeop­ardy!” show, briefly 20 Ar­ti­sans’ group 23 Kachina-doll mak­ers 24 “____ Lang Syne” 30 Overly fussy 32 ____ of Solomon 33 P.R. task 36 Chi­nese city known for its terra-cotta war­riors 37 Light wood 38 ____ stud­ies (col­lege ma­jor) 39 But­ter in South Asian cuisines 40 [ !!!! ] 41 Iden­tify 42 Three-pointer shooter, usu­ally 44 Funny Amy 47 “Peanuts” boy 51 Start print­ing 52 On, as a horse 53 Astronomer’s sight­ing 56 Like some light wood 57 Key­stone of­fi­cer 58 Droop­ing 60 Bos­ton col­lege 64 Force on Earth, in­for­mally 65 Ves­sel of­ten stowed up­side down 67 Blue sym­bol of Delaware 69 “I have this duty on my farm / To look as chick­ens keep eggs warm” 70 Throng 73 Not blown up 74 Rap­per top­per 75 Bulked up, in mod­ern lingo 76 Party bowl­ful 77 Gil­lette ____ Plus 78 “://” pre­ceder 79 Fan­tasy-fic­tion read­ers, e.g. 81 Con­di­tion once called “shell shock,” for short 83 Wasted 84 ____ buco 86 Ot­toman’s part­ner 88 Not go out of date, say 89 In uni­son 91 Dead man walk­ing? 93 Divvy up 94 Coun­try star Jack­son 97 Goes over 101 Ar­naz of 1950s TV 102 First sen­tence of a news story 103 “The Ad­ven­tures of ____” (Euro­pean comics se­ries) 104 Float in the air 106 Weight 107 Wal­lop 108 Jones of CNN 110 Fam­ily girl 111 Go (for) 112 Test site

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