NEW YORK TIMES CROSS­WORD

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Across

1 One of a trio in

a chil­dren’s story 9 Bar or­der af­ter a very hard day, maybe 15 Lack­ing any

sides 16 Puf­fin rel­a­tive 17 Hag­gard 18 Prize at the top

of a may­pole 19 Mix­ing and

match­ing? 21 Start of many a

dance rou­tine 22 Suf­fix with

mar­ket 23 Large fern 25 Renegade and Re­nais­sance, to the Se­cret Ser­vice 29 Things bench

play­ers need? 30 Pan­de­mo­nium 31 Sack­ers in the sack of Rome, A. D. 410 34 Think tank, e. g.:

Abbr. 35 Spent 36 Ho­tel amenity 37 Treats as in “South Park” or “Doones­bury” 39 Drift 40 Dur­ing 41 Vi­ciously crit­i­cizes, in­for­mally 42 Cloth­ing com­pany whose mail- or­der cat­a­log de­buted in 1905 44 It lacks let­ters on a tele­phone key­pad 45 ___ cannon

( sci- fi weapon) 46 Trat­to­ria en­tree 52 Saggy and

crin­kled 54 Fol­low­ing the

beat? 55 Fi­delity

com­peti­tor 56 Tod­dler’s

hand­ful 57 Spy group 58 Green- light

Down

1 Traps and yaps 2 Like some rab­bit

ears 3 Cer­tain dam 4 Wor­ri­some marks in high school? 5 Source of buyer’s

re­morse 6 Whit­tles away 7 Bat­tling 8 Torn 9 Huge stock pur­chase at the start of a day’s trad­ing 10 Shorts pop­u­lar in the 1920s and ’ 30s 11 It might be picked for a song 12 “The Great” ma­gi­cian whose sig­na­ture trick was the “float­ing light bulb” 13 River of myth where one drinks to for­get 14 ___ Ed­wards, John Wayne’s role in “The Searchers,” 1956 20 Birds in

hi­ero­glyph­ics 24 Cask maker 25 East­ern ties 26 Eric of “Hulk” 27 Dry sorts 28 What isn’t

work­ing? 29 Lab ves­sel 31 Hun­gar­ian

hunt­ing dog 32 Tough 33 Some pho­tog

pur­chases 35 In­no­cent 38 An­cient col­lec­tion of San­skrit hymns 39 Re­ha­bil­i­ta­tive

ef­fort 41 Quick 42 Dog com­mand 43 ___- Novo ( cap­i­tal on the Gulf of Guinea) 44 “___ cum pre­tio” (“Ev­ery­thing has its price”) 47 Par­en­thet­i­cal

fig­ure, of­ten 48 Hot com­press

tar­get, per­haps 49 Par­en­thet­i­cal

fig­ures? 50 Vul­gar­ian 51 Brand with a Gravy Cravers line 53 An­nounce­ment

car­ri­ers, for short

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