NEW YORK TIMES CROSSWORD

Times Colonist - - Islander/Diversions - SIZE MAT­TERS By Bren­dan Em­mett Quigley / Edited by Will Shortz

ACROSS

1 “Watch your­self out

there” 7 Comic Sweeney 12 ____ All-Star Race (an­nual event since 1985) 18 Get­away for

med­i­ta­tion 19 Rub oil on 21 Fruit dessert 22 Spin-class

ac­tiv­ity? 24 City with one of the

SUNY schools 25 That craft 26 TV host Gib­bons 27 What Siri runs on 29 SC John­son prod­uct with a light­ning bolt in its logo 30 Wire­less-data-and-mes­sag­ing com­pany 32 Num­ber of ap­pear­ances in a grain holder? 38 ____ Tomé

(African cap­i­tal) 39 Stuck at a ski lodge,

say 41 Wal­lops 42 Like long chances 44 River near the start of an al­pha­bet­i­cal list 45 Pri­mor­dial uni­verse

matter 47 What peo­ple sing when they don’t know the words 49 Au courant, once 50 Storms that

don’t of­fend? 53 Ac­tress Christina 55 God, to He­brews 57 Sta­ple of Hawai­ian

cui­sine 58 Mam­mals with

webbed feet 60 Busi­ness with

a guest book 62 French 101 verb 63 Ap­pro­pri­ate rhyme

for “cache” 65 Ro­bust 66 RC, for one 67 Left col­lege

ath­let­ics, maybe 69 Les­ley of CBS News 71 Non­sense 73 Sec­ond hand: Abbr. 74 Loads 76 2016 Dis­ney hit 78 Ge­orge who founded In­dus­trial Light & Magic 79 “____-hoo!” 80 Po­si­tion on

a steamship 82 Sched­ule inits. 83 Europe’s largest lake 84 Re­gion of

an­cient Egypt 86 Makes a quick map of an Egyp­tian penin­sula? 89 Very, in Ver­acruz 90 Se­quel to a se­quel to

a se­quel to a se­quel 92 Ac­tion at a bris 93 Pop­u­lar web­site that

ex­plains the news 94 Lille women: Abbr. 95 Not de­but 97 Mint 99 War su ____ (bone­less chicken dish) 100 Open­ing per­form­ers that are all mimes? 104 Orches­tra tuner 107 Brand with a

rab­bit sym­bol 108 “____ lit­tle

con­fused” 109 It has a lock,

stock and bar­rel 111 Take in 113 Citroën

com­peti­tor 116 Rod-and-reel event

in old Viet­nam? 121 North and

South Korea, e.g. 122 Nurse’s out­fit 123 In­dian ap­pe­tizer 124 Prince Ed­ward’s

earl­dom 125 Be­lief 126 High as a kite

DOWN

1 Big party 2 Pho­to­re­al­ist painter

Richard 3 Or­der to a pool hus­tler to suck up some broth? 4 “So vast is ____, so nar­row hu­man wit”: Alexan­der Pope 5 Do not 6 Run the show 7 Rap­per with the mu­sic-stream­ing ser­vice Ti­dal 8 Take out, as

wine bot­tles 9 “Haha” 10 Due east on an

old clock dial 11 Com­mon fe­male

mid­dle name 12 Smok­ing or ____ 13 Black church inits. 14 Spot on a

fern frond 15 TBS late-night show 16 Room with

a slanted roof 17 All sys­tems go 20 Cry to kick off

the week­end 21 “Down goes Fra­zier!” sports­caster 23 Re­lat­ing to the

ab­dom­i­nal cav­ity 28 Surg. lo­cales 31 Non­stan­dard verb

from Pop­eye 33 Pas­toral poet 34 “____ & Stitch” 35 Com­mon open­ing

bid in bridge 36 Ar­gu­ment 37 Fruit with green­ishyel­low rinds 40 TV’s “Tales From

the ____” 42 Sud­denly start,

as in fright 43 Strands, as a

base run­ner 44 Ger­man lament 46 Work­places with

a need for speed 48 Gov­ern­ment group on off­spring? 50 Felon, to a cop 51 Drink hold­ers 52 Grey­hound

stop: Abbr. 54 Plot­ting (with) 56 Ali­cia of “Ur­ban

Leg­end,” 1998 59 Ex-isle of ex­ile 61 De­nies 63 Play alone 64 Jerry Lewis,

no­tably 66 “Oh, fudge” 68 Snare-drum sound 70 Rebel in

“Henry IV, Part 1” 72 Jai ____ 75 Green-lit 77 Green 80 Tor­nado

warn­ing 81 Raised, as a flag 83 Lais­sez-faire 85 Pre-prac­tice tests? 87 Lush’s fa­vorite

ra­dio sta­tion? 88 Drowse 91 Santa makes mil­lions of them ev­ery Christ­mas 94 French month 96 In­gre­di­ent in

an Aunt Agatha 98 Blink­ing

light 99 At­tacks 100 Cast about 101 Chem­istry No­belist

Jo­liot-Curie 102 Un­der­study’s

study 103 Ticket 105 Ig­no­rance,

so they say 106 Nerve-rack­ing 110 Think tank,

e.g.: Abbr. 112 “Heav­ens!” 114 It may be pulled af­ter a wrong turn 115 Old law 117 Do some­thing 118 Heat 119 Heater 120 H.R. of­fer­ing

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