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Across

1 Clear, as the deck 5 Nuts (over) 9 Some of­fice work­ers on “Mad Men” 11 Greek god of the winds 13 Lit­er­ary pro­file 16 Speed 17 Links things? 18 Ro­mance nov­el­ist Roberts 19 Woman’s name that means “life” 20 Vi­ta­min sup­ple­ment brand 22 Bud 23 It forms at the mouth 25 Ma­jors in act­ing 26 Not be stuck in one’s ways 28 Close ones 31 Be a bad win­ner 32 Home where the heart is? 33 Pin­ball player’s un­do­ing 36 Is blessed with 37 Flood 38 Ti­tle lo­cale for a Hem­ing­way novel, with “the” 40 Tide com­peti­tor 41 Sews up 42 Strain 43 Woman’s name in English that’s a man’s name in Cata­lan 45 What a “R-r-r-ring!” in the kitchen sig­ni­fies 46 Slips, e.g. 54 Per­son with no one to play with 55 Names

Down

1 Worker in Al­bany or Sacra­mento, say 2 “Now ___ talk­ing!” 3 Tokyo-based car­rier 4 Game played on a 90-foot­long court 5 Painter’s mix­ture 6 “Peachy!” 7 A stream might run through it 8 Hose and belt sell­ers 9 Bald-faced 10 Joey Dee’s backup group in 1960s pop, with “the” 11 One who might grade on the curve? 12 Rows 13 Street ___ 14 Western New York na­tives 15 Dis­con­tinue 20 Choke 21 Faint prints, in de­tec­tive work 24 Like Wook­iees 27 Mem­ber of the South Asian di­as­pora 29 One of the Wayans brothers 30 Clas­sic western hero who says “A man has to be what he is, Joey. Can’t break the mold” 33 Nails for kites 34 Word on a French wine bot­tle 35 Like bad, bad Leroy Brown vis-à-vis a junk­yard dog, in song 36 Mideast trav­eler, of a sort 39 Dou­ble or triple feat in the Olympics 44 View from Mem­phis 45 “Nuts!” 47 Chal­lenge for a barber 48 “The Prob­lem With ___” (2017 doc­u­men­tary) 49 An­nual three­day cel­e­bra­tion 50 Tide com­peti­tor 51 In the back 52 Luau of­fer­ing 53 Back­ing

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