PATTERNLES­S CROSSWORD

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ACROSS

1 Struts down the run­way 8 Be next to 12 Mid­way through, as a foot­ball game 14 Bil­lionth: Pre­fix 15 Bratty girl in “Char­lie and the Choco­late Fac­tory” 17 Singer Guthrie 18 How many con­tracts are signed 19 Tom or Jerry 21 “OMG an in­sect!” 22 Miss­ing 23 Talk, talk, talk 26 Pose a ques­tion 27 Rev­o­lu­tion­ary Gue­vara 28 Te­quila brand that means “the bull” 29 Old-timey 32 “Babe” 33 Au­thor of the in­flu­en­tial 2017 cook­book whose ti­tle ap­pears at the ends of 15-, 23-, 45- and 54-Across 36 Au­to­mated Twitter ac­count 37 Fo­cus (on) 38 “7 Rings” singer Grande 41 Utah site of the 2002 Olympics, for short

42 Telly net­work 45 It’s in lemons and limes 48 Gen­eral in “Star Wars” se­quels 49 Small part of a ma­chine 50 Con­nect­ing cable ini­tials 51 Brings in, as in­come 52 Subj. with risk and reward 54 ’60s band that in­di­rectly took its name from Sterno

57 ___ Sta­dium (Mets’ for­mer home) 58 Curved swords 59 Cud­dle ___ (snug­gling pe­riod, slangily)

60 In a hur­ried man­ner

DOWN

1 Court­room typ­ists 2 In dan­ger 3 Move to an­other train track 4 “Darn it!” 5 “Now I see!” 6 “___ queen!” 7 Group of can­di­dates 8 De Ar­mas of “Blade Run­ner 2049” 9 Way to stomp grapes 10 Break, as bad habits 11 De­vel­oped a knack for

12 St. Teresa’s city 13 Rap­per’s as­set 16 Farmer’s mar­ket bag 20 Canucks’ org. 23 Spiced tea type

24 “57 Va­ri­eties” brand 25 Hawke of “Re­al­ity Bites” 27 Magna

___ laude 29 Doha’s coun­try 30 U-turn from SSW 31 Cer­tain body sculp­tures 33 Words ac­com­pa­ny­ing a shrug, of­ten 34 Clos­ing call at an auc­tion 35 Name within “Mau­rice” 36 Rich French bread 38 What VIP passes grant 39 Org. that re­searches vac­cines 40 Elec­tri­cally ver­sa­tile 42 “Come back to earth!” 43 Con­sist­ing of ze­ros and ones 44 Signable limb cov­ers 46 “You love,” to a Latin lover? 47 Sim­ple task 48 “Evil” ac­tress Chris­tine 51 Re­vise, as a draft

53 “I don’t want to” 55 Long or Peeples 56 Am­bu­lance abbr.

08/29/20

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