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Ball maybe in a gym, More than buds Coun­try whose name is be­lieved 14 15 17 1 5 9 to an­cient for come “hon­eysweet” Greek from Pre­fix with static or dy­namic Su­per­hero in “The In­cred­i­bles” Sports org. head­quar­tered in In­di­anapo­lis They’re made 18 19 up of stacked sheets “What­ever” Ram sign 21 22 23 Di­rec­tor Lee Whiskey or beer choice

24 Columbia ath­lete 25 “The Color Pur­ple” protagonis­t 27 It’s used in a

flash

28 Org. for good

driv­ers

31 Like some mono­grammed tow­els

33 1980s-’90s se­ries

set in California

35 Way to go … or, as two words, lead-in to “way to go”

36 ___-pop

37 Bring down

Over­look 38 39 41 Trainees known no­to­ri­ously hours Med. reg­u­la­tor de­vice to work long 42 44 Scrunches Some like it up hot 45 Lead-in amorous to

46 One may be cooped up 47 How-___ 49 Not sleepy

51 Stage for a big

star? 53 “Preach!” 55 Pants, slangily 56 TV host in the

World Golf Hall

of Fame

57 Life part­ner 58 “The funny thing

is …”

59 The For­est

Ser­vice is part of it, in brief 60 Brand with

“Clas­sic” and “Wavy” va­ri­eties

Down

1 Diplo­matic gift from China 2 Made peace 3 Crush

some­thing? 4 Fea­ture of Tokyo’s Im­pe­rial Palace 5 Se­cured, as a

sailor’s rope 6 Sig­nal for help

7 Ac­tress Alice of old Hol­ly­wood 8 Abbr. aptly hid­den in COM­PASSES 9 Eye­brow-fill­ing tech­nique 10 “What’s that ___?” 11 “What’s that ___?” 12 Número atómico of lithium 13 Hil­ton ___, Pulitzer-win­ning critic for The New Yorker 16 Be be­hind 20 Be­yond awk­ward 24 Groin pulls? 26 A.P. English subj. 27 Gym­nas­tics eponym of a dou­ble back som­er­sault with three twists

28 Me­teor show­ers? 29 Food-filled field 30 Blows away 31 Like 50 U.S. sen­a­tors 32 In­de­fati­ga­ble 34 Not yet astir 40 Cold brew 43 Los ___ (city in Sil­i­con Val­ley) 45 ___ code

46 In one ear? 48 Movie re­view­ers of­ten trash them 49 Dur­ing

50 Act like a shark, in a way 51 Den­sity sym­bols 52 “___ pass” 53 Fuss

54 Day when the Last Sup­per is com­mem­o­rated: Abbr.

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