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Global Times - - Tea Break -

ACROSS 1 Raise triv­ial ob­jec­tions 5 Ship’s lower hull 10 Is­land not far from Java 14 Rug buyer’s cal­cu­la­tion 15 Span­ish or Ber­muda veg­etable 16 Op­posed, “Bev­erly Hill­bil­lies”-style 17 What af­fec­tion­ate taters share? 20 Holy wa­ter-sprin­kling rite 21 Low class spir­its? 22 Cause of in­fla­tion? 23 It may be framed 24 Bring forth, as mem­o­ries 27 Au­tho­rized ven­dor 31 Voice recorder’s hu­man al­ter­na­tive 32 Paving block 33 ___ du Flam­beau, Wis­con­sin 34 “The Night Be­fore Christ­mas” phrase af­ter it be­came a hit? 38 Vel­vet fin­ish? 39 Hec­tors 40 Powerball game 41 Con­nery movie (with “The”) 44 Wear for some with su­per­pow­ers 45 Ge­n­e­sis par­adise 46 “___ to men­tion ...” 47 Tat­too place 50 Sec­ondary oc­cu­pa­tion 55 What a ratfink dead fish might do? 57 Not need­ing to be in­sti­tu­tion­al­ized 58 One part of a flight 59 Fic­tional manor near Twelve Oaks 60 Ham­mer god 61 Some no­ble­men 62 Grinds to a halt DOWN 1 House in 32-Down 2 Gives weapons to 3 “... so shall ye ___” 4 Put a rut in a rug 5 Dance, in old-school slang 6 De­ter­mine by logic 7 They’re open for con­ver­sa­tions 8 Smolder­ing tar, e.g. 9 Fancy show break 10 “___ down the hatches!” 11 Full of ex­cite­ment 12 In ___ of (re­plac­ing) 13 The Smith­so­nian is one (Abbr.) 18 Pol­ish city 19 Ranked very highly 23 Core sub­stances 24 Up­per re­gions of space, po­et­i­cally 25 Writer Jules 26 The loneli­est num­ber 27 Ejected from the pay­roll 28 Orig­i­nal school board? 29 Cer­tain bridge po­si­tions 30 P.A. an­nouncer’s prob­lem 31 Part of any folk dance 32 Pam­plona’s place 35 Fail to get the most out of some­thing 36 Chris­tian of TV and film 37 Its head can be changed when dirty 42 Buyer’s need 43 Joss house fig­urine 44 Soft­ware mak­ers 46 It meant noth­ing to Nero 47 Whis­pered at­ten­tion-get­ter 48 Nan­jing nurse­maid 49 For­mer At­tor­ney Gen­eral Janet 50 Topline, as a movie 51 Miller ___ beer 52 Dr. Pavlov 53 Geeky, book­ish sort 54 Things on some time­lines 56 School li­ai­son grp.

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