NEW YORK TIMES MAG­A­ZINE CROSS­WORD ‘MAK­ING ENDS MEET’

Austin American-Statesman - - LIFE & ARTS - By Pa­trick Blin­dauer and Tony Or­bach Edited by Will Shortz

Across

1 Rou­tine re­sponses? 6 1961 Charl­ton He­ston/Sophia

Loren film 11 “Who ___?” 15 Goes back 19 Words of cer­tainty 20 Unit of en­ergy 21 Sculp­ture gar­den set­ting in

N.Y.C. 22 Re­sponse to fresh­ness? 23 Tech­ni­cal trou­ble 25 Un­cle of Levi 26 Author John Dick­son ___ 27 Puts to­gether 28 Items at one’s dis­posal? 29 Pre­fix with the­sis 30 Ac­tor/comic Brad 32 Helper in herd­ing 37 Bird with meat high in

pro­tein 38 Not e’en once 40 Not straight up 41 Sideshow fea­tures 42 Col­lectible book 45 Block legally 47 Car­rier in the Star Al­liance 48 Cas­sette knob abbr. 49 Yokel’s laugh 50 Big name in trad­ing cards 54 In­done­sian vacation spot 56 Bao ___ (for­mer Viet­nam

ese em­peror) 57 Line in London 60 Sym­bol of a bor­ing rou­tine 62 Spe­cial ___ 63 Cas­sette but­ton abbr. 64 Key: Fr. 65 Split 66 Like many an on­line pass

word 69 World Cup cry 70 Ser­vice 71 Rose who rose to fame in

the 1980s 72 50-50, e.g. 73 Small car­riage 76 It might have a theater and

plan­e­tar­ium 79 Campers, for short 80 “Love sur­feits ot, ___ like a

glut­ton dies”: Shak. 81 Show ex­panded to four

hours in 2007 82 Chess open­ing? 83 Itin­er­ary word 84 Marx­ist, e.g. 85 Bars 87 Singer who played Cyrano in

“Cyrano de Berg­erac” 93 Cae­sar, e.g. 96 When day­light sav­ing be

gins: Abbr. 98 Com­mer­cial time of day 99 “___ House,” 1970 Crosby, Stills, Nash &

Young hit 100 In­tro­vert or ex­tro­vert 103 Grenache, for one 105 ___ fruit 106 They may be flipped 107 Off 109 Start 110 “Come here of­ten?”, e.g. 111 Pro­tec­tor 115 Kin of -ess or -trix 116 Fu­ture platypi 117 Of­fer one’s thoughts 118 “Some­where in Time” ac­tor 119 Suf­fix with prank 120 Part of 58-Down: Abbr. 121 In a stack 122 Ap­provals

Down

1 Booze­hound’s sound 2 “Just ___!” (“Hold on!”) 3 Pro­saic 4 On the say-so of 5 Gift from the well-en­dowed 6 Bounced 7 Old tales 8 What a mummy might have 9 Agcy. of the U.N. 10 “___ Kom­mis­sar” (1983 hit) 11 “Bam!” man in the kitchen 12 Pe­tered out 13 Very suc­cess­ful 14 Seine filler 15 Way out in space 16 Foot­ball Hall-of-Famer

Ge­orge 17 Com­poser of “The Miracu

lous Man­darin” 18 Pars­ley parts 24 Some pupils 28 Swedish-born “Cho­co­lat”

ac­tress 30 Cowlick tamer 31 Con­fi­dant, peutêtre 33 Get ex­actly right 34 ’Vette al­ter­na­tive 35 Lit­tle newt 36 Hot 39 Play fea­tur­ing Mrs. Mala

prop, with “The” 43 Es­pañola, e.g. 44 Demoiselle’s dress­ing 46 Sud­den turns 49 Not just note­wor­thy 51 Em­broi­dery loops 52 What a fork­lift may lift 53 Dis­ap­prov­ing look 54 Depp ti­tle role 55 Fa­mous 12-book story 56 Brook­ly­nese, e.g. 57 Wannabe 58 Alma mater of some en­grs. 59 “Cheers” ac­tor Roger 60 Word in many bank names 61 Year that Em­peror Fred­er­ick

I died 67 Not even once, in Nürn­berg 68 For noth­ing 71 “Mov­ing on then …” 74 Sim­ple 75 Ger­man im­port 77 Res­i­dent of New York’s Mur

ray Hill, e.g. 78 Batch that’s hatched 83 Se­duc­tress 84 Rel­a­tive of fusilli 86 Ves­sel in an al­cove 87 Kitchen­ware 88 Not in the pro­fes­sion 89 Made frac­tions … or fac­tions 90 P ests 91 T. S. Eliot’s “The­atre Cat” 92 What’s mined to keep? 93 Sonatas and such 94 Uni­ver­sity V.I.P. 95 Dahl of “A South­ern Yan

kee,” 1948 97 Most out­spread 101 True 102 Brick-and-mor­tar al­terna

tive 104 Dancer Jean­maire 108 “Rule, Bri­tan­nia” com­poser 110 Bit of neck­wear 111 Herd of ele­phants? 112 Ini­tials in news 113 1950 Anne Bax­ter ti­tle role 114 Évian-___-Bains, France

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