NEW YORK TIMES CROSS­WORD

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Across

1 They go low when oth­ers go high

6 Come to

10 One who goes into a sea­sonal rut 14 Ex­hor­ta­tion from a per­sonal trainer

15 Part of many an in­sur­ance bun­dle

16 More than a pair 17 Skate­board piece that con­nects the wheels to the deck

18 Spot for a cam­paign sign 20 Mother ___ 21 Dat­ing abbr. 23 2000s mu­sic star who writes his name with four dots

24 Fish with a pre­hen­sile tail 27 Mem­ber of a cham­ber group 28 ___ min­i­mum 29 Fo­cus for a core work­out

32 It has four legs and a head 33 Out­let for in­ter­na­tional trav­el­ers 37 One whose work is al­ways blow­ing up? 38 Many ho­tel shut­tles

39 Es­cort down the

aisle, in­for­mally

40 Lead-in to op 41 In­gre­di­ent in tem­pera and tem­pura 42 What re­cy­cling code “40” is used for

45 Like a very cold night, id­iomat­i­cally 50 Mr. High-andMighty 53 Shake­spearean killer 54 Laugh syl­la­ble 55 Hairdo fa­mously sported by Lu­cille Ball 57 Sa­cred city in Bud­dhism 59 De­tails 60 Draw­ing of grass? 61 Os­car win­ner for “Lit­tle Miss Sun­shine” 62 Trailer ad­vi­sory 63 Due 64 Proof­ing need, in bak­ing

Down

1 Things of­ten drawn at night 2 Avoid a clash 3 Ski lodge fea­ture 4 Ed­i­to­rial

in­ser­tion 5 Quaint sta­tionery shop item

6 Parisian

han­gouts

7 Just be­tween

you and me? 8 Put in stor­age

9 First name of the most­s­e­lected au­thor in Oprah’s Book Club

10 M.O. 11 Cat­tle drive leader 12 Warn­ing dur­ing the Bat­tle of Bri­tain 13 State of in­vin­ci­bil­ity en­abled by a cheat code 19 Au pair’s spe­cialty, for short

22 They may come with a chil­dren’s menu 25 Trans­ports 26 Sin­cere 30 Di­rec­tion word 31 They’ll wait for you 33 Writes quickly 34 Tra­di­tion­al­ist

35 Drama at the Tonys, say 36 Slight bit 37 De­fen­sive for­ti­fi­ca­tions 38 Col­or­ful spot on a map 43 Pro­vide re­sources for 44 Short short 46 Abominable 47 Asian cap­i­tal on the Buri­g­anga River

48 Rest stop, metaphor­i­cally 49 50s pres­i­dent? 51 Politi­cian O’Rourke 52 Garbage dis­posal unit 56 What hits the HI notes?

58 Old Eur. do­main

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