NEW YORK TIMES SUN­DAY CROSSWORD: MIXED FEEL­INGS

The Hamilton Spectator - - Fun & Games - by Hal Moore, edited by Will Shortz

ACROSS

1 No-good­nik 4 “So long, dear boy” 8 Soap scent 13 Test for pu­rity 18 Bul­let ____ (1950s fash­ion fad) 19 Hid­ing, with “up” 20 TD Gar­den, for one 21 Jor­dan who di­rected “Get Out” 22 Over­whelm 24 Re­sult of a pho­to­graphic me­mory 26 Neigh­bor of Hun­gary 27 Har­bin­ger 29 Whop­per in­ven­tor 30 Tierra ____ Fuego 31 Mi­nor's op­po­site 33 Where the U.S. won its 1,000th Sum­mer Olympic gold 34 Chooses 35 Id re­strainer 36 Sangfroid 37 Pair of di­a­monds? 41 Swear 42 Robin Wil­liams role in a 1991 block­buster 44 Rea­sons to hold one's nose 45 Fan sounds 46 Hor­ror as­sis­tant 47 Big name in wa­ter fil­ters 48 “I wish!” 50 Black brew 53 Item at the end of a wizard's staff 54 Man just af­ter kneel­ing? 55 Un­com­pro­mis­ingly direct 56 Clas­sic Chevy 58 Bunker 63 They in­volve mixed feel­ings ... or a hint to four squares in this com­pleted puzzle 67 2008 cam­paign slo­gan 68 Ma­jor fash­ion cap­i­tal 69 Ac­tress Thomp­son of “Thor: Rag­narok” 70 ____ league (am­a­teur sports group) 71 Ef­fi­ciency stat 72 Pay­ment to a build­ing board 75 Dance in 3/4 time 78 Set of val­ues 80 “____ bien” 81 One smooth­ing the way? 82 Leaves in 83 Op­tion for mov­ing an in­vest­ment 87 Neigh­bor­hood 88 Parts of many law firm names 91 Cam­era set­ting 92 “____ out!” (ump's cry) 93 Hello or good­bye 94 ____ long way 95 Dukes 96 O'er and o'er 97 Folkie Guthrie 98 Choco­late-chip- cookie starters? 100 One of the Cor­leones in “The God­fa­ther” 102 Sym­bol of luck 105 Pub­lic nu­dity or foul lan­guage 109 Place to chat 110 “Princess ____ Theme” (John Wil­liams com­po­si­tion) 111 Choco­latier since 1845 112 Stooge with a bowl cut 113 Checks 114 Cer­tain break point 115 Cries of ap­proval 116 Di­vi­sion in ge­ol­ogy

DOWN

1 Small balls 2 Grave­side con­tainer 3 At­tire for the Bond vil­lain Ernst Stavro Blofeld 4 Au­thor Mor­ri­son 5 Di­rec­tor of the “M*A*S*H” fi­nale 6 Sim­ple top 7 Skill­ful 8 De­layed 9 Weights, in­for­mally 10 Court do-over 11 Par­al­lels 12 Is­lamic state 13 Copy­cats 14 Short time, for short 15 Manta ray, by an­other name 16 “The Cru­cible,” for McCarthy­ism 17 Mus­tard and saf­fron 19 One liv­ing off the land 23 “Why am I not sur­prised?” 25 “Darn!” 28 Drive 31 ____ Store 32 Mate for Bambi 33 Su­per­vised 37 Mil­house's toon friend 38 Dash­board warn­ings, in­for­mally 39 Imag­i­nary 40 Part­ner of smash 41 “Kung Fu” ac­tor Philip 43 Fruit-juice brand 45 Ba­si­cally what was said 47 Boxer up­set in the biopic “Cin­derella Man” 48 Golfer Aoki 49 Nordic na­tive 50 Sooth­ing suc­cu­lent 51 Ex­plor­ers and Ex­pe­di­tions 52 Fair 55 Jour­nal­ist Nel­lie 57 The Great ____ (Satan) 58 ____-Soviet 59 Car­toon in which one cow says to an­other: “Hey, wait a minute! This is grass! We've been eat­ing grass!” 60 Climb 61 View from a pew 62 Free TV spot, for short 64 Tai­wanese com­puter gi­ant 65 It might be topped with gua­camole 66 Tic ____ (mints) 71 Give (out) 73 Mod­ernists, for short 74 In­ter­net con­nec­tion inits. 75 San­dal-less, say 76 Score starter 77 Shep­herd's scene 79 Great Plains tribe 81 Bribes 82 Sent up 83 Nu­tri­tion fig. 84 “I'll cover this” 85 Non­sense 86 H.S. cour­ses for col­lege credit 88 Suf­fix with large num­bers 89 17-year-old Peace No­belist Yousafzai 90 In too cu­ri­ous a man­ner 93 Com­poses 98 Fancy French home 99 Once, once 100 The Bravest in the Big Ap­ple, for short 101 N.L. Cen­tral squad 103 In­gre­di­ent in a Bali Hai cock­tail 104 Cer­tain tech exec 106 Ac­tress Long 107 Ten­der sound 108 Cur­rency with de­nom­i­na­tions of 1,000, 5,000 and 10,000

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