NEW YORK TIMES MAG­A­ZINE CROSS­WORD ‘CRIT­I­CAL PE­RI­ODS’

Austin American-Statesman - - LIFE & ARTS - By Robert W. Har­ris Edited by Will Shortz

Across 1 Ready for pub­li­ca­tion 7 Flag 13 Cer­tain In­ter­net con­nec­tion:

Abbr. 16 Things refs raise their arms

for 19 Full chro­mo­some set 20 Pairs’ de­bark­ing point 21 Joy 23 234, as of July 4, 2010? 25 Cash in the mu­sic busi­ness 26 1950 noir film 27 Per­fect spec­i­mens 28 Di­vided 30 ___ Bros. 31 Unit of force 32 Work­ers in a global peace

or­ga­ni­za­tion? 35 Hard look? 38 Pass off as gen­uine 39 Hip 40 Un­con­ven­tional 41 Re­move from a tal­ent show,

maybe 42 Come un­der crit­i­cism 47 What gumshoes charge in

the City of Bridges? 52 Kid 53 Na­tive Coloradan 54 Some court ev­i­dence 55 Signs of spoilage 56 Group fol­low­ing a star? 57 Left at sea 59 Drinker’s prob­lem, for short 60 Word that comes from the

Greek for “in­di­vis­i­ble” 61 Not stay long for shots? 62 Sym­met­ri­cal power con­duc

tor for ap­pli­ances? 67 Hole 70 Makes holes 71 Sounds of un­der­stand­ing 72 Wrapped gar­ment 76 Nim­ble 77 Any singer of “Ho­tel Cali-

for­nia” 79 “Stop!” 81 Grp. of con­nected PCs 82 What’s borne at a fu­neral 83 Too much gui­tar work by a

pro­fes­sor’s helper? 86 Like some English muffins 88 Scullers’ needs 89 Best 90 Aquatic shock­ers 91 “The Ad­dams Fam­ily” co-star 93 Most eas­ily sun­burned,

maybe 94 “Pay in cash and your sec

ond surgery is half-price”? 99 Small is­lands 100 Nuevo Laredo store 101 Get along 102 Singer Fitzger­ald 103 Ga­loot 106 Sec­ond 108 Typ­i­cal ter­mite in a Cal­i­for

nia city? 112 In­ac­tive state 113 Us­ing fraud­u­lently al­tered

checks 114 Sharpie al­ter­na­tives 115 Pre­ceder of 116-Across 116 Fol­lower of 115-Across 117 Pack rat 118 “Open­ing” word Down 1 “Good grief!” 2 Art ___ 3 Quechua speaker 4 Low digit 5 What many older par­ents face 6 Lock­ing lever 7 Rogues 8 Tulsa sch. 9 ___ Cruces 10 Elo­cutes 11 Sea­soned stew 12 Harsh 13 “___ Fuehrer’s Face” (1942

Dis­ney short) 14 Dawdler 15 Ex­plorer who claimed Louisi

ana for France 16 Thin-toned 17 Re­cip­i­ent 18 Ber­gen’s foil 22 Poi in­gre­di­ent 24 Gen­eral dir. of Sal Par­adise’s

re­turn trip in “On the Road” 29 Peach ___ 31 Gos­sip 32 Grillers’ grab­bers 33 On dope 34 Things that draw­bridges

bridge 35 Ab­sorb 36 Head­quar­ters of the Union of

South Amer­i­can Na­tions 37 Speak 38 “Hansel and Gre­tel” set­ting 41 CNN’s San­jay 43 North­ern in­lets 44 Any tail in a cat-o’-nine-tails 45 Lhasa ___ 46 Not spoil 48 Not well 49 Thick soups 50 Mi­ley Cyrus and Lady Gaga,

e.g. 51 Tomato type 56 Hole num­ber 58 Some short-term in­vest

ments, briefly 60 Seed cov­er­ings 61 ___ nova 63 Ad­her­ent: Suf­fix 64 Ad­van­tage 65 Site of some paint­ings 66 In­for­mal ex­changes 67 Li’l Ab­ner cre­ator 68 Food thick­ener 69 Loath­some 73 1967 Dionne War­wick hit 74 Some con­struc­tions on

“Sur­vivor” 75 Cer­tain de­tail 77 Bobby Fis­cher, once 78 Words be­fore “kind­ness” and

“the Apos­tles” 79 Be of use 80 Like di­a­betes 83 Re­fine­ment 84 Tiny bit 85 Woes 87 Cross or star, of­ten 91 Dex­ter­ous 92 Ap­par­ently do 93 Rice dishes 94 Steps that a farmer might

take 95 Brown and Turner 96 “The de­fense ___” 97 Stake 98 Pre­pares to play pool, say 99 Tie in­di­ca­tor 102 Many an M.I.T. grad 103 “Che gel­ida man­ina,” e.g. 104 Sa­lon op­tion 105 Celtic tongue 107 Nau­ti­cal rope 109 Novy ___, Rus­sian lit­er­ary

mag­a­zine 110 Low digit 111 In­ter­na­tional grp. since

1948

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