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Across

1 Book­mak­ing frame that pro­duces pa­per with rough edges 7 Chain restau­rant that of­fers The Great Wall of Choco­late 15 Checked out for a bit 16 Nondairy drink op­tion 17 De­plorable 18 Give too much air­time, say 19 Un­wa­ver­ing 21 First line in a news­pa­per story 22 Des­ti­na­tion off N.Y.C.’s Belt Park­way

23 Like fire­flies 24 One side of a de­bate 25 Rea­son to grant ex­tra test­ing time, for short 27 Z-lis­ter

29 Like the haka dance, in ori­gin 31 Busi­ness checks? 35 Lines of code 37 Sit ’n spin? 39 Like Gouda or

Gruyère 43 Com­mer­cial pre­fix with -pedic since the 1950s

44 Free

46 Many mod­ern

chart-top­pers 47 ___ mail

51 Mar­tial art with rhyming syl­la­bles 53 Wood­land war­bler 54 Tra­di­tional sight next to many a mill

55 Small hunt­ing com­pan­ion 57 Call over­seas? 59 2019 U.S. Open champ An­dreescu 60 1969 U.S. Open champ 61 Sought a treat, say

62 Bakes 63 Top-drawer

Down

1 Part of a frame 2 Judg­ment set­ting 3 Satir­i­cal web­site once owned by The Onion 4 Ec­cen­tric 5 Ac­tress Pre­pon of “That ’70s Show” 6 Typ­i­cal grad­u­ate of Starfleet Academy

7 Free

8 Like some com­plex in­ter­sec­tions 9 In­cluded, in a way

10 See 36-Down 11 Quite ac­com­mo­dat­ing

12 Sit­com hus­band (and then ex-hus­band) of Maris Crane 13 Clear­ing 14 Shag­gier al­ter­na­tives to 55-Acrosses 20 Wa­ter for­ma­tion on wax pa­per 24 Pained cries 26 Small or­der of whiskey 28 Runs the show, for short 30 “You can count on me!” 32 Story 33 Fac­tor in de­ter­min­ing if the show must go on

34 Parts of films that re­quire com­plex plan­ning

36 With 10-Down, gen­der iden­tity words sep­a­rated by a slash 38 Fellini’s first Oscar-win­ning film

40 Bush cam­paign man­ager of 1988 41 Aids in net­work­ing 42 Cover lightly, as snow 45 Sub­ject of a 1927 royal char­ter 47 Trades barbs 48 “Uh-uh!” 49 What a cur­rent flows into 50 Bu­colic work 52 Ar­changel of the Apocrypha 55 Praise­ful ap­praisal

56 Bit of East­ern mu­sic

58 Thick layer of hair

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