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Across

1 Frasier’s pro­ducer on “Frasier” 4 Pass on, as knowl­edge 10 Un­ruly hair 13 Nondairy spread 15 Yel­low Tele­tubby 16 Power group 17 “Your fins are nice” and “You’re a grace­ful swim­mer”? 20 “___ luck!” 21 It can get you out of a place it rhymes with 22 Butcher’s stock 23 Done some las­so­ing? 26 The­ater open­ing 29 ___ Ma­hal 30 Witty re­mark 31 Big-bot­tomed fruit 35 Sporty Mazda 39 One might end with .com 40 Relin­quished … or a hint to 17-, 23-, 51- and 62-Across 42 Really bother 43 “Wouldja look at that!” 45 Early 2000s sit­com set near Hous­ton 46 “OK, have it your way!” 47 Suf­fix with pay 49 Bikini blasts, in­for­mally 51 Is unable to pro­nounce the name of a de­odor­ant brand? 56 San ___, Calif. 57 Con­vince with smooth talk 58 Very big 62 Ac­tress San­dra emot­ing? 65 ___ Paulo, Brazil 66 Stan­dard things 67 Lady in Arthurian ro­mance 68 Sis­ter chan­nel of HBO and Cine­max 69 De­part­ment store de­part­ment 70 Where you might find a slop bucket

Down

1 “That’s hi­lar­i­ous!,” in a text 2 A lit­tle of this, a lit­tle of that 3 Avid­ity 4 U.N. work­ers’ grp. 5 Title dance in a 1999 #3 hit 6 Tree of the cus­tard ap­ple fam­ily 7 Gam­bler’s ag­gres­sive bet 8 Ber­ate 9 Bit of High­lands head­gear 10 Ac­tor Sal of “Rebel With­out a Cause” 11 Ready as needed 12 “Hey … over here!” 14 “Come on now — you flat­ter me too much!” 18 Lyri­cist Sammy 19 Smil­ing Face With Heart-Eyes, e.g. 24 Seized ve­hi­cle, for short 25 Like a horse that can no longer be rid­den 26 Here, in Hon­duras 27 What a bobby pin might help make 28 Much change may come from this 32 Slip up 33 Word with old, new or school 34 Stick up 36 Com­mer­cial name that be­comes an­other com­mer­cial name if you move its first let­ter to the end 37 Rental for an out­door re­cep­tion 38 Fires 40 Sensed 41 When re­peated, Mork’s farewell 44 Slip-up 46 Weak 48 St. Fran­cis of ___ 50 Home run pace 51 “Give My Re­gards to Broad­way” com­poser 52 Natty neck­wear 53 Year, in old Rome 54 Hatha and Bikram, for two 55 Bulging with mus­cles, in mod­ern lingo 56 Che’s “Week­end Up­date” co-host on “S.N.L.” 59 Many mil­len­nia 60 Some­thing not worn on ca­sual Fri­day 61 Small whirlpool 63 “Dee-lish!” 64 ___ Con­sti­tu­tion

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07/01/20

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