NEW YORK TIMES CROSS­WORD

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Across

1 Revlon sub­sidiary 6 Ac­cu­mu­late, with “up” 10 Re­turn some calls? 14 They’re full of end­less drama 16 Re­sponse to “Are we there yet?” 17 Like some clean­ers 18 “Join us!” 19 Bucko 20 Ac­claim 21 Low-ly­ing ar­eas 22 Run­ning mate in the 1996 pres­i­den­tial elec­tion 23 Visit 25 Dishes usu­ally served on cold plates 28 One tak­ing the high road? 29 Place to sleep on the go 30 Un­ex­pected de­light 33 Big name in wa­ter fil­ters 34 ___ mis­sion 35 “Gigi” com­poser 36 Hog­warts house whose em­blem is, sur­pris­ingly, an ea­gle 38 Greek spir­its 39 Coun­try whose cur­rency is the kwanza 40 Some Tri­pAd­vi­sor list­ings 41 Who turned Me­dusa’s hair to ser­pents, per Ovid 42 Hawai­ian raw fish dish 43 Hit be­low the belt 44 ___ Davis In­sti­tute on Gen­der in Me­dia 46 Gan­ders, e.g. 49 “Let ___” 50 Hon­ored new­ly­weds, say 52 Some­thing not much worn in the sum­mer 53 Furry lit­tle pest 54 “Need You Tonight” band, 1987 55 Mother of Ham­net Shake­speare 56 Key for a high­pitched clar­inet

Down

1 Rush or­der 2 Lover of Tony in a hit 1978 song 3 Shel­tered walk 4 What many use to solve the New York Times cross­word 5 “I hardly rec­og­nize the per­son I see” 6 En­liven 7 One let­ting off steam 8 Limit of one’s pa­tience 9 Ian’s rel­a­tive? 10 Part of an exit strat­egy 11 Sum­mer re­fresher 12 Com­fort­ably invit­ing 13 Low­est notes 15 Strollers through Covent Gar­den 21 “Not my prob­lem” 22 They can give you a bit of a lift 24 The hal­lux is the big one 25 Ph.D., for one 26 Liq­uids in shots 27 Lux­ury sta­dium seat­ing 28 Cap­i­tal on the Ara­bian Penin­sula 30 Board game bonus 31 Un­ac­counted for 32 Hardy hero­ine 37 Kind of artist who’s not very good? 40 In­di­vis­i­ble en­tity 41 Drama­tist Chekhov 42 “Get Out” direc­tor 43 Bird with nos­trils at the tip of its beak 45 Gar­den with fruit trees 46 Booty 47 Pro­noun for Florence in Venice, say 48 De­cide to keep af­ter all 50 Pro­gram that might re­quest a port­fo­lio, in brief 51 [That is ... rough!]

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