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Austin American-Statesman - - AUSTIN360 DAILY - By Matt Gins­berg ACROSS Edited by Will Shortz DOWN

1. Food that jig­gles 6.“Along ___ spi­der ...” 11. Gone, but not for­got­ten 15. Hor­i­zon­tal: Abbr. 18. Ticked by 20. First U.S. screen por­trayer of Dr. Fu Manchu 21. Dan­ger­ous out­pour­ing 22. Overly 23. Sou­venir from the Pet­ri­fied For­est? 25. Priests, at times 27. Two-fifths of ’N Sync? 28. Ac­tor Ed­ward James ___ 29. What randy bucks do? 31. Agree­ment from the Gip­per’s coach? 34. Luth. or Presb. 35. Force 36. Crown­ing touch? 37. What mayo is part of 38. Tolkien tril­ogy, to fans 39. Mea­sure of pu­rity 40. Knobby 42. Plucky house­keeper? 45. Drama set at the Ster­ling Cooper Draper Pryce ad agency 47. Nau­ti­cal di­rec­tion 48. Pasta suf­fix 49. In­quir­ers 50. Words be­fore coming or made 52. In­clined 55. Some salmon 56.“Well done, Sir Lancelot,” in Franglais? 59. Python in“The Jun­gle Book” 60. Han­del bars? 61. Wings: Lat. 62. Light­ning ___ 64. Sooth­sayer’s shoelace prob­lem? 70. Link up with 72. Plea­sure boats 73. Af­fair of the heart 74. Chuck­le­head 75. ___ Jima 76. Stage as­sis­tant 77. Out­pour­ings 78. Shorten a bar mitz­vah by 50 per­cent? 83. Dec­o­ra­tive pin 85. Qatari big­wig: Var. 86. Ones with a lot of pull? 87. Lon­don can 88. Alpine wind 91. Lit­er­ally,“it­self” 92. Memo opener 93. Po­lar ex­plorer, af­ter get­ting re­li­gion? 95. Tagline for the biopic “Dud­ley”star­ring ban­dleader Brown? 98. Out at the den­tist’s? 99. Freddy Krueger’s street 100.Ten Com­mand­ments no-no 101. Where Macy’s keeps the wed­ding dresses? 105. Wim­ple wearer 106. Home to the 90-Down, once 107. Nasty look 108.“___ it!” 109. Pop­u­lar smart­phone app 110. Dog com­mand 111. Gui­tarist Duane and oth­ers 112. Makes, as one’s way 1. What one may break dur­ing ex­er­cise 2. An­dre and Mia’s adop­tive daugh­ter 3. Book about the writ­ing style of the Mon­gols? 4. Iraq war haz­ard, briefly 5. Small, low is­land 6. Be at one (with) 7. Former San Fran­cisco mayor 8. Stately home 9. K.C.-to-Chicago di­rec­tion 10. Post­script: Abbr. 11. Former at­tor­ney gen­eral Gon­za­les 12. Kind of salad 13. Steve ___, 1980 Olympic track cham­pion 14. Sting­ing re­buke 15. Was hum­bled 16. Like the ring in an eclipse 17. Leop­ard spot 19. Scammed 24. Bones next to humeri 26. Tran­quil­iz­ing 30. Ho­ra­tian piece 32. Bal­cony cry 33. Sound­board con­trols 38. De­lib­er­ately de­lude 39. Alaska’s ___ Penin­sula 41. Walk-___ (non­re­cruited ath­letes) 42. It may be rigged 43. Sacha Baron Co­hen per­sona 44. Who wrote“A bear, how­ever hard he tries, / Grows tubby with­out ex­er­cise” 45. Big truck maker 46. Have ___ (bathe) 50. Will­ing re­cip­i­ents? 51. Ur­gently 52. Psychology pioneer Al­fred 53. Trick-tak­ing card game 54. Ab­di­cated? 56. Pho­to­shop com­mand 57. Lo­cale of a 12/7/1941 at­tack 58. Funny Fields 60.Just be­gun 63. Freck­les, e.g. 65. Salad bar sup­ply 66. Cas­tle com­po­nent 67. ___ to go 68. Drop 69. One of five Ni­cholases 70. Start of a bas­ket­ball game 71. Words from Sgt. Fri­day 74. U.K. mil. dec­o­ra­tion 76. Fem­i­nist Ger­maine 78. Rain­ing hard? 79. To­tally jazzed 80. Some scrip­tural pas­sages 81. 74-Down re­cip­i­ent, e.g. 82. Fergie, for one 83. By­gone book­store chain 84. Bull ses­sion? 87. In­spec­tor in Elizabeth Ge­orge mys­ter­ies 89. Obeyed a sen­try, say 90. See 106-Across 92.“___ Only One” (Melissa Etheridge hit) 93. Cleared the dishes 94.“Antig­o­nae”com­poser Carl 96. Miss Amer­ica iden­ti­fier 97. Al­lay 102. Nei­ther Dem. nor Rep. 103. Knock over 104. Charle­magne’s realm: Abbr.

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