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Across 10 14 1 5 Shoe with Bumbling Hot Sets rod of a com­pany fish points, race name in

15 math filler Some car­tridge 16 Her­shey caramel-filled 17 candy Land be­tween the and Caspian the Per­sian Sea Gulf

18 With sleight of

hand, say 19 Devil-may­care at­ti­tude, in mod­ern par­lance 20 Hav­ing a meal!

23 Word from Swahili for “jour­ney” 24 Go as far down

as 28 Curses 31 Os­car-win­ning

Sophia 32 Land­mark 1973 Supreme Court case, in­for­mally 35Mil­i­tary

trainees 38 ___ Tometi, ac­tivist who co-founded Black Lives Mat­ter 40 Au­thor Mario

Var­gas ___ 41 Ach­ing

42 Down­ward dog 45 Bit of but­ter 46 49 47 His­toric march Busi­ness abbr. “Seems right” lo­ca­tion about 1965 sign 52 Providers some re­lief in comic “Star of Wars” 56 “Will you marry me?” 59 Grand party 62 Lan­guage quin­tet 63 Word on a deli scale 64 Re­tail gi­ant that opened its first U.S. store near Philadel­phia in 1985 65 Words, in­for­mally 66 In great shape 67 End­ing with four or six, but not three or five 68 Sound of dis­gust 69 “Shoo!” Down 1 Pure joy

2 Main artery 3 Neck warmer 4 Singer O’Con­nor 5 “Piece of cake!” 6 Florida State

ath­lete, for short 7 Four-time Grammy win­ner for Best New Age Al­bum 8 Bom­bards

9 “Have a taste!” 10 Tex­tiles and sun­dries 11 Aussie hop­per 12 “Is that ___?” 13 Glue … or a rhyme for “glue” 21 Sp. ladies 22 Mardi Gras lo­cale, for short 25 About to go un­der the knife, in brief 26 Four: Pre­fix 27 Be­gin­ning 29 Simba’s mate in “The Lion King” 30 Range

32 Mar­tini & ___ 33 Chose, with “for” 34 Some English

no­bles

36 Those, to José 37 Make some­thing seem less likely to be true

39 Veg­etable in suc­co­tash 43 Pugilist’s goal 44 His­tor­i­cal fig­ure played by Kurt Russell in “Tomb­stone” 48 Some diner seat­ing choices 50 Rus­sians and Be­laru­sians 51 Clas­sic the­ater 53 Singer/ song­writer Hayes

54 Girl in the “Our Gang” movies 55 Win­try mix 57 ___ de gallo (condi­ment) 58 Thun­der 59 Con­cern when buy­ing shoes 60 Squeeze (out) 61 Where a long drive of­ten starts

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