NEW YORK TIMES SUN­DAY CROSSWORD: PLACES, EV­ERY­ONE!

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

ACROSS

1 Neck­lace parts 7 Ex­treme 14 Peter out 19 Rel­a­tive of a brasserie 20 Phoenix event 21 Power ma­chine in wood­work­ing 22 Dropped out 23 U.S. heart­land 24 Dex­ter­ous one 25 Where you might stop be­fore go­ing home 26 Prince Buster’s genre 27 Heathrow fa­cil­i­ties 28 Cher­ished by 29 Start of a boast 30 Bat­tle-torn Syr­ian city 32 Org. that de­liv­ers 34 Con­trac­tion lack­ing just a “v” 35 You might find one un­der a Christ­mas tree 37 One us­ing 32-Across, e.g. 39 Hide­outs 40 Did a cob­bler’s job on 42 First-year law stu­dent 43 Si­nus suf­fix 45 “Who ____?” 48 En­ter 50 Tool for talk­ing on­line 52 An­gel dust 55 Knight­stick? 57 Colos­sal head sculp­tors 59 Set­ting for John Ford’s “My Dar­ling Cle­men­tine” 61 Sarah Palin, by birth 63 ____ Gun­der­son, sad sack on “The Simp­sons” 64 Av­er­age 65 White House worker 66 Aban­doned 67 Per­son pretty far up the cor­po­rate lad­der 69 Hav­ing cor­rect opinions 71 No longer in the com­pany, say 72 Singer/re­al­ity TV per­son­al­ity Aubrey 74 What old couches tend to do 75 ____ up on (con­spir­ing against) 76 It lacks locks 78 Credit-card provider, e.g. 80 Theft pre­ven­ter … or theft en­cour­ager 81 Equal 82 Mush­room mak­ers 84 R.&R. by one­self 86 H.S.-level exam 87 Smooch 88 Vinick’s por­trayer on “The West Wing” 90 Searcher for “the lost village,” in film 92 Cat­a­lyst 95 “Told you so!” 98 Ac­coun­tant’s list 101 Crea­ture also called a cata­mount 102 All-in­clu­sive 103 Ag­gran­dize 105 Ap­ple of Dis­cord thrower 107 Poi­son victim’s rem­edy 109 Fidel’s brother 111 Whack 112 Sub­urb of Minneapolis 113 Blind-side pro­tec­tor, usu­ally, in an of­fen­sive line 114 Chaucer’s tongue 116 Brings up a menu with a PC mouse 117 Wa­ters and Kennedy 118 Aisle’s head? 119 Disavows 120 Juicy bits, in slang 121 Item for a cafe­te­ria worker 122 Whim

DOWN

1 “The Late Show” airer 2 Rein­deer moss, e.g. 3 Glow­ing 4 News high­lights 5 Nudge 6 La pre­ceder 7 Rap­per with the 4x plat­inum al­bum “Views” 8 Charts again 9 Fin 10 Bone­less cut 11 Huey, Dewey and Louie, e.g. 12 Brangelina was one 13 Glid­ing step, in ballet 14 Wings, to zo­ol­o­gists 15 Grand pooh-bahs 16 Rus­sian film di­rec­tor Tarkovsky 17 Threaten to fall 18 They may be un­forced 21 Many profs 26 Think over 30 Bed­fel­low 31 Con­trib­ute to a ra­dio show 33 Syringe sen­sa­tions 36 Lav­ish with at­ten­tion 38 They pro­vide back­ing for church­go­ers 39 Sight at a red-car­pet event 41 Di­rec­tor Guillermo ____ Toro 44 City SSW of Seat­tle 45 Fic­tional wood­cut­ter 46 Was bel­liger­ent 47 Debt-rid­den 49 Com­ing-out words 51 Vul­gar sort 52 In­dulging (one­self) in self-sat­is­fac­tion 53 Rhythm 54 Vowed 56 Ne­glected one, stereo­typ­i­cally 58 Bour­geoisie 60 Mezzo-so­prano, for fe­male voices 62 Res­cues a foundling, say 64 Smooth tran­si­tion 67 Yoga equip­ment 68 Line to a pi­lot? 70 Fig­ures out 73 “Is that so?” 75 [That’s painful!] 77 Fox neigh­bor 78 Part of a chain 79 Many “Star Trek” char­ac­ters, for short 83 Home of the high­est point in Africa 85 Cry to a sled dog 87 Where teams that have lit­tle-to-no chance of win­ning are found 89 In­hab­i­tant of the ocean’s ben­thic zone 91 Prof­it­ing from the mis­for­tunes of oth­ers 92 Treated with mal­ice 93 Trans­form, as lar­vae 94 Ac­tor Don 96 Cult leader killed in the Waco siege 97 Si­belius’s “Valse ____” 99 One of the Nixon daugh­ters 100 Fish­ing item 102 Part of a dead man’s hand 104 One-time tool for talk­ing on­line 106 Full of lip 108 First word in a Shake­speare ti­tle 110 Hy­brid cit­rus 112 Home of Zeno and Par­menides 115 Road­side stop 116 405, to Flav­ius

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