PATTERNLES­S CROSS­WORD

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ACROSS

1 Trib­ute with in­sults 6 Chest mus­cles, in­for­mally 10 Pr­ere­lease ver­sion 14 Dried chili pep­per 15 Sur­pris­ing lead-in to “odds” 16 Hoppy beers, for short 17 *Me­taphor­i­cally giddy one (see let­ters 6 to 10) 19 Bend in a hose 20 Bri­tish no­ble 21 Leer at 22 Black­jack ta­ble needs

23 One may hold your glasses 25 Slightly open 27 De­vi­ous 30 *“No need to worry” (5 to 9) 35 Coun­try with the world’s tallest build­ing, briefly 36 Buddy 37 “What­ever you say, honey” 38 What you might do to meat or words 40 Corn serv­ing 42 Thick 43 Nis­san sedan 45 Moon shot org.

47 LAX es­ti­mate 48 *Art of writ­ing?

(3 to 7)

50 Col­lec­tion 51 Sooth­ing suc­cu­lent 52 Gar­ment around Steve Nash? 54 Moxie

57 Bert who played the Cowardly Lion 59 Words af­ter an es­ti­mate 63 Fi­nal

64 Dish with numer­ous meats, or a hint to the starred an­swers’ in­di­cated let­ters 66 “___ and out” 67 Capri or Skye 68 ___ Bauer 69 Mex­i­can moola 70 Nick­name that anagrams to “tech” 71 Teach­ers write them

DOWN

1 Harsh voice qual­ity 2 In­tro­duc­tion to a chil­dren’s book? 3 Feel­ing af­ter a work­out 4 Low on money 5 In ad­di­tion 6 Buddy Holly hit with the lyric “With a love so rare and true” 7 Ma­li­cious 8 Hot or cold break­fast 9 Com­edy show since ’75 10 40 km part of an Olympic triathlon 11 One may have a huge cast 12 Drop dra­mat­i­cally 13 Queries 18 Hes­i­tant 22 Bleak times 24 Ve­gan drink 26 Long­time “Amer­i­can Idol” judge, in­for­mally 27 Cousin of poi­son ivy 28 Muham­mad’s box­ing daugh­ter 29 1983 Streisand film 31 Man­u­fac­turer of the first up­right freezer 32 Ances­try.com an­a­lyzes them 33 Waste maker,

in a proverb

34 Re­ward for sit­ting? 39 Herb in Mex­i­can dishes 41 It usu­ally in­cludes a mug shot

44 In the past 46 Bro­ken bit 49 Sa­vor 53 Large crowd 54 Sty food 55 Cover, as a clover­leaf 56 Brings into play

58 Toll unit for a trucker 60 Frees (of ) 61 Thin cut 62 Bravos at a bull­fight 64 Open ___ night 65 Ob­tain

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