NEW YORK TIMES SUN­DAY CROSS­WORD: IF THE SPIRIT MOVES YOU

The Hamilton Spectator - - FUN & GAMES - by An­drea Carla Michaels and Pete Muller, edited by Will Shortz

ACROSS

1 Five Nor­we­gian kings 6 Nighty-night wear 9 Bird bills 13 Fancy-schmancy 17 Bot­toms 19 O.K., in Ok­i­nawa 20 First name in court­room fic­tion 21 Bee-fit­ting? 23 Over­come an

em­bar­rass­ment 25 Carolina ____ 26 Kind of ques­tion 27 Med. school

sub­ject 28 Tra­di­tional Chi­nese

forces 30 Male duck 31 Au­thor Anaïs 32 ROFL al­ter­na­tive 33 Palm piece 34 Pol­ish rolls 35 Get off at Grand Cen­tral, say 37 Like most things in “Ri­p­ley’s Be­lieve It or Not!” 38 Bring home the ba­con 39 Nary ____ 40 Make brighter, as a

fad­ing tat­too 41 Muf­flers and such 45 “Any­hoo,” e.g. 47 Ar­chi­tect Gehry 48 “Thanks ____ God!” 49 One chal­lenged by a sen­try 50 Cou­turier Cassini 51 U.S. re­bel­lion leader of 1841-42 52 Al­ter­na­tive to wind 54 Rhett But­ler’s fi­nal two words 56 Like some think­ing 58 “My ____” (1979 hit by the Knack) 60 Nail-pol­ish brand 61 Places to get looped 64 As a joke 67 Dried (off) 68 “Hid­den Fig­ures” ac­tor 72 One of 16 works by Brahms 73 Roasted: Sp. 74 Slept with, bib­li­cally 76 Kvetch 77 “____ Just Seen a Face” (Bea­tles tune) 78 DVD but­ton 79 ____ an in­de­pen­dent (es­chewed the party la­bel) 81 Geneva and Beirut 82 “Miss Julie” opera com­poser, 1965 85 19th-cen­tury French land­scapist 86 Weis­shorn and oth­ers 87 “Be­owulf” and oth­ers 88 Bot­tle for oil or vine­gar 89 Ex­cuse for not turn­ing in home­work 92 Nurs­ery-rhyme des­ti­na­tion 95 Er­satz 96 Quar­rel (with) 97 Singer DiFranco 98 Ac­tor Gillen of “Game of Thrones” 99 What you should do “if symp­toms per­sist” 101 Artist who de­signed cos­tumes for “Ben-Hur” 102 Two­somes 103 12.01, for car­bon: Abbr. 104 Ig­no­rant 106 Hang 107 Fifth-cen­tury pope known as “the Great” 108 Son of, in Ara­bic names 109 Com­pany lover? 110 Cap­tain von Trapp’s be­trothed 111 Met so­prano Berger 112 Cpl., e.g. 113 Cap­tain Nemo’s cre­ator

DOWN

1 Ashore 2 Ac­tress Kazan of “My Big Fat Greek Wed­ding” 3 Rea­sons to say yes 4 Word be­fore Cong or Minh 5 Mis­ter, in New Delhi 6 45 player 7 Res­i­dent of Ta­tooine in “Star Wars” 8 It’s Ir­ish for “We Our­selves” 9 Or­ange av­enue in Mo­nop­oly 10 Pick­ing up a quart of milk, say 11 Recipe di­rec­tion 12 Hong Kong’s Hang ____ In­dex 13 Nice thing to hit 14 Hav­ing an ef­fect 15 Rope fiber 16 It might ab­sorb a blow 18 Frus­trate 22 Dis­cour­ag­ing words 24 Go­rilla watcher Fossey 29 “It’s on me!” ... or a hint to this puz­zle’s cir­cled let­ters 32 Ship­ping route 34 Scott of “Joanie Loves Chachi” 36 Partly edited ver­sion of a movie 37 Erodes 38 Bedaz­zles 40 El­e­men­tary school trio, briefly 41 Ac­tor Reeves 42 “____ first ...” 43 Gold rush city of 1899 44 Boomers’ off­spring 45 Plant 46 Bush or Clin­ton, col­le­giately 47 Oral tra­di­tion 48 Fly-fisher’s line joiner 51 French no­ble­man 53 Shield bor­der 54 Whizzes 55 Bunny chasers? 57 1970s TV cool dude, with “the” 59 Rushed 62 “Life Ac­cord­ing ____” (Emmy-win­ning doc­u­men­tary) 63 Pai ____ (Chi­nese gam­bling game) 64 “Vic­tory!” 65 Place to pray 66 Ran off 69 Aw­ful idea 70 No longer fast? 71 Hosp. staffers 75 D.C. ath­lete 78 Whizzes 80 Dealer’s query 81 Span­ish bloom 83 Over­hauls 84 Area far from port 85 Za­greb’s coun­try 86 Old-style warn­ing 88 Mull over 89 Ap­ple de­but of 2001 90 Sum­mer po­si­tion for a col­lege stu­dent 91 Stereo­typ­i­cal Dead­head wear 92 Put into words 93 Con­cen­tra­tion, to a Bri­tish chemist 94 As good as it gets 95 Lose steam, with “out” 96 Kind of pad 99 Pres­i­dents’ Day event 100 “Mad Money” net­work 101 As­suage 105 West­ern ____ (col­lege course, in­for­mally)

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