The New York Times cross­word puz­zle

Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - - STYLE -

Across

1 Worth­less

mounds

9 Bay Area cam­pus, in brief

13 Reli­able source

of in­come 15 Im­pos­si­ble chess end­ing with a king and knight ver­sus a lone king 16 Slimy out­door

pest

18 “Save

your­self!,” e.g. 19 Didn’t get

take­out

20 At the apex of 22 “___

Misérables” 23 Un­wind

24 Item in the lin­gerie depart­ment 27 Not al­low­ing

sales of al­co­hol 28 Aqua­ma­rine or

amethyst 29 Had as a

cus­tomer 30 De­ter­mined to

ac­com­plish 32 Away from the

of­fice, say 33 Clas­sic 1976 Ra­mones song that be­gins “Hey! Ho! Let’s go!”

37 Wade nois­ily 38 French

girl­friends 39 Liane ___, long­time NPR host 41 “More­over …” 42 In­ex­pe­ri­enced 45 Di­a­mond­pat­terned footwear 48 ___-tiller 49 “I’ve seen

bet­ter” 50 Cam­pus

V.I.P.

51 U.S. base in Cuba, in­for­mally 52 Kick

(out) 54 Im­pro­vised 57 Tempt

58 Safely run down the clock, in foot­ball 59 Mediter­ranean

vol­cano 60 Road-scrap­ing

cus­tom car

Down

1 Home of the Norse gods

2 Gran­ite ___ (New Hamp­shire res­i­dent) 3 Reli­gious

un­ortho­doxy 4 Lost all

pa­tience

5 Old Tes­ta­ment

par­adise 6 “The Foun­tain­head” au­thor Rand 7 Comfy

sleep­wear 8 Kind of re­new­able en­ergy 9 Base­ball boobird’s tar­get, of­ten

10 Hailed from

afar 11 Hardy work shoe fea­ture

12 En­joy heartily,

as a ban­quet 14 Keis­ter 17 “There ___ the

neigh­bor­hood” 21 Like antlers and

pitch­forks 24 Jazzman

Stan

25 Wild way

to run 26 Amor­phous

shapes 28 En­treaty to

Lassie 30 Ac­tress

Spacek 31 Sec­ond Amend­ment ad­vo­cacy grp. 33 An­nounce

loudly 34 Univer­sity of

Texas ath­lete 35 Ap­ple desk­top 36 Text-dis­play­ing tech­nol­ogy on Kin­dles

37 Walk with an awk­ward gait

40 Wolfe of crime

fic­tion 42 Roly-poly 43 With­drawal

charge 44 Low-fre­quency stereo com­po­nent 46 Vel­vety 47 Butcher’s

scraps

48 Lake of day­time

TV

51 Flip­pers, scuba tank, etc., for a diver 53 Non­al­co­holic

brew

55 Boxing de­ci­sion, for short

56 Take an ax to

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